Morse High School - Clipper Yearbook (Bath, ME)

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pn 1, Yi 1 DEDICATION , the Class of l9L? take the deepest of plea ure 1U d6d1P tlug thle YEAR BOOK to MR JOHN PARKFR our fowmer superlntendent of schools, whose f8lthJUlDGSS to Norse Hlvh, frlendly and co operat ve guldance, ulll be remembered by all vho krov hlm Y Ne V, CS x ,Ei Y I J L.. J . . D V . , 1 Q. - I 1 I ' . , J r" 1 v' . 'wb N f V . ,- Q N. Qx ra f I fl ' 'w A S 5 - +A . 4 ' ", ' . ' W X - A -1 ,az w, , V gg . i K yu k ff . ' , f b. 1 4 ' " , K 1 J '. . '. ' , R Y af A 'Z ' J - ' - Lf" , X - . , u, x' . 4, .N . 4 5 , 1 V7 . . Ht 'Q -LW 1 f . ', ,g-,rv . -X , , V 'x 1 V '4 'iw . x , J x Af 'I . f If 5 W C ,, ' I f . 5. I, 1 . X. 2. THE FACULTY Front Row, Left to Right Miss Catherine Leonard, Miss Barbara Leonard, Mrs Margaret Flaherty, Mrs Ruth E Wilson, Miss Verna Stultz, Miss Virginia Jewett Second Row Miss R Hazel Feero, Miss M Agnes Fahey, Miss Mary H Conley, Horace P Herrick Third Row Mr Harold Brown, Mr David Y Alkazin, Mr Lester Reynolds, Mr George Bishop, Mr J Edward Pomeroy Fourth Row Mr Nathan N Watson, Mr Horace P Herrick, Mr Henry D Small h Miss Hester M. Rose, Miss Amy lrish, Miss Katherine A. Conley, Mrs N4 .Afv YEAR BOOK STAFF Ruth Cogan Phyllis Bisson Robert Kingsbury Elsie Skaling Mary Anderson HdenTdmr Doris Stickney Kathleen Harkins Marjorie Nichols Robert Cummings Bruce Wright Dwight Pierce Harold Peasley Ru sell Gasser Bessie Kakos Geraldine Despres .... Diana Pierce ....... Alice Avery ....... Eleanor Gediman .... Daniel Hatch ......... Mr. J. Edward Pomeroy .... Editor in-Chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Assistant Busine Girls' Write ups Girls' Nrite ups Girls' Write ups Boys' Write ups Boys' Write ups Boys' Nrite ups Boys' Sports Boys' Sports Girls' Sports Girls' Sports Typist Typist Typist ss Manager Class President, Ex-Officio Faculty Adviser SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Presldent Danlel Hatch Secretary Barbara Whlte Treasurer lorlng Hart 6 Vice-Presidenrzz. . .:..Robert Cummings T fl 21' T 32' agg-u edif- .agn- 136 'T""'Y 'Qu' CLASS PARTS Valedlctorlan Salutatorlan Flrst Honor Essaylst Second Honor Essaylst Class Orator 7 Lorlng Hart Ruth Cogan Gertrude Dole Barbara Kldder Danlel Hatch Hiking Junior Day 35 Supper Mohiba Did we -the girl of a thousand interests--all DOROTHY PAULINE ADAMS, "Polly" "The rest is but the handicraft of art." "Polly" always has a cheerful word and a friendly smile for everyone. She enjoys doing the little things in life which so many people pass by. No matter what the future holds in store for you, "Polly," just keep radiating the good will you do today. MARY ANDERSON 'Mistress Mary, quite contrary. " Basketball l,2,3,l4, Captain L45 Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,L,3 Swimming 1,23 lg "M" Club 3,145 Outing Club lg Glee Club lg Science Club Lrg Minstrel Show 33 Radio Program lg Student Council 33 Usher Glass Sophomore Dance Com. 23 Junior 1.1.3 Mohiba Executive Com. 35 lg Dramatics Club 2,3,l+. Mohiba 2,l+g Junior Prom Com. 33 Com. 33 Senior Play Make-up Com. Decorating Com. 2,l+3 Latin Club hear you say you'd like to meet Mary Anderson? Well, here she is men! ALLAN H ATWOOD, "Chauncey" "Resolution is the backbone of success ' Varsity Football Manager L+ "M" Club I+, lnterclass Basketball 2, Manual Arts Club 2 A true representative of old New England, a typical Yankee, full of reticence, a nimrod endowed with a passion for hunting and fishing, particularly in the Day's Ferry section ALICE MILDRED AVEHY, Shrimp' 'I do hate to be unquiet " Basketball l,2,3,L, Softball l,2,3,l+, Hiking l,2,3,L,, Junior Class Play, Step Lively' 3, Dramatics Club 3,l,, Glee Club l,l+, Commercial Club 3,L. Home Economics Club l,2, Outing Club l, Usher Class Day 3, Usher Senior Class Play A, Mentor Staff Lp, Year Book Staff L+, Usher Mohiba L, Usher One Act Plays A Busy little Alice is one of our most capable Comercial students with her nimble fingers plus that friendly disposition we have come to know that she can be depended on at any time to do her part EUGENE BABINE, "Gene' 'I am as sober as a Judge ' Intramural Basketball l,2, Hockey l Golf l,2, Football l, Tennis 11" K Manual Arts Club l,2,3,l+ Although Gene appears to be quiet, solemn, and inactive, we are sure one's opinion would change after a few words with the faculty members sm' ,r 3 ea: K For reference, see Gene, who says he'll miss his trips to the office 8 . . , ' S u u n ' I , . n - n . - . . ' , 0 s n ' S x I v ' v - 5 - ' ' 19 r, ' ' I g 311 , X4 . 1 . ROBERT AMICLD BESAW, "Bob" "Nhat is this thing called love?" "M" Club 2,3,l.3 Treasurer 33 Football l,2,3,l.3 Basketball 1,23 Baseball i,2,Q-g Glee Club l,2,3,hg Orchestra lg Physical Education Demonstration 1,24 Mohiba Talent Parade 1,23 Southern Star Minstrel Show 39 Tumbling l,2,3: Mikado 25 Usher, Graduation 33 Senior Play Advertising Com. L3 Moniba Ball Advertising Com. 33 Senior Reception Decorating Com. 3. Question Do the ladies go for those dimples of Bob's'P You can bet your sweet life they do' out for all of his feminine admirers, Bob manages to play a bang up game of football B "gals," he's ta n PHYLLIS AAHIE BISSON 'The busy bee has no time for sorrow " Basketball l,2,3 Hiking 1 2,3 Softball l,2 3, Physical Education Demonstration 2, Glee Club 2,3,L+, Junior ommercial Club l, President l, tommercial tlub 2,3,Ll, Secretary 3, President L+, Mentor Li, Ye Book Staff Lt Home Economics Club l,2, Secretary 2, National Honor Society 3,l4, D A B Candidate I+, Student Assistant of Athletic A sociation L, "Bread' 2 Step Lively 3 "M" Club lt Dramatics olub 2,3 Usher, Graduation 3 "Mikado 2, Junior Ring tom 3 Phyll1s's dynamic personality and capable efficiency are well known and we know that she's bound to go far HARRY BLOXSOM 'Money alone sets the world in motion Hockey l Manual Arts club l Harry's hobby is playing pool and billiards Keep it up, Harry, maybe someday you'll become a second Willie Hoppe Harry' s ambition to get rich quick apparently fits right in with his hobby BLIZABETHM BONERS, 'Bettie "A love of humor outshines a love of comedy CTenafly, N J High School l,2D Softball l,2 Ping pong l Junior Class Play, Step tively 3 Dramatics Club 3, L, Mentor Staff A Mohiba Adver tising Com 3, L+, Senior Class Play om 1+ we row come to the lass artist "Bettie" Bowers Display' ng such ellent natural talent, "Bett1e' has helped to make man an affair success with her clever draw ngs After completing college, a future a fashion designer would be a bright one for this cheerful artist ST HEY VD,-ARD .JILIJN 'ourpie-" "The smile that won t come off Foo' all 2,3,L+, 'Y' "Burp1e's" amb tion to become an ami., p lct r the air corps, and h s 'nmed ate plans a e directed tow rd erlisting If he can fly them ell a he can bu them, e car expe t to see his name arrong the li t of aces at the en of florid War ll 9 E . . , A . . . . A - ' . ut ke ! , - v ' - l J l F . , f. f, , . ,, . . C ' C ' " ' ' ar 5 . ' ' - I 1 Il ' ll a . ' 5 9 Q 1 1 f- . ' . ' n . ' ' o ! 1 ' ' Y . . . . . x V - , I ' ' ll 5 . ' I ' ll ' .ll ' L . . Q - Q U " ' I! u ' . . ' J A ! ' ' 'l 9 ' r- v A . o . . " . ' c ' ' - ' . N' ,J i ex- c ' , ' . - ' ' ' -A . .y ' a ' 'i . ' , ' as ' L ' ", a' ' -' ' ' . " AJ' .. 'J TF 'F .', " ' ' V I ll -Ls " ' .' Club ' ' i ' . is ' ' v i 1 i. f' L L i ' - 'r ' 'a F' ' as 's. ilu w , . , c o ' . 's ' o ' ' . ,Qi JU' J Q LJ M. oH,J'1JER.u J fn "T ou art the 2. " rootoall Manager L. "M" oluo A Th will of adventure Wlll Are away drother Morse man, f r J m plans le Navy " o see 'e He was an earnest gnu cupab e 'or our footbal team rr ear and N11 ing to do envth nb to 1 u'll reach your Foal Jim, be it on land or ca JERNARD o..AHK Jri , me is Uroos ibie to Q illing heart oergeont of Morse High Military Un1t L, 'I 1' has an aversion for crovds and noisy people, bet he aspires to jo n L e urmy He hankers lor an opportunity to become a pert of the me to assist Uncle Sa." in our fight for victory, and we vnow e' get what H6 goes after LUTU RJITH OG!-.IN " 1 rloud, Q vfJs rd 're eunehine xcon foitor L+ N' ntor p,l4, hditor A 1 ra , , , LJ ee ub Actone 5 oh ba A o'np H1 1 o Demonstrat on l,4, Ore A t Pla S r r ehearsal' A, Niustrel .mov 3 softball l, .31 netball 2 'M1kado" I-.rromp Spring Broadcast A orp l,4, l,2,3, Senior lass P ay, Jraduetion, Uener 3 .J l,4,g,L4, Free dent u in 4, ,u, nec and Treas 4 Lat n Newepaper 4, , .1 1n Banquet oorr 1, Cnet "r iran :op omore Hop T cket o he mor Jun or Prom om 3 Yohiba T cfcet o Mor oa Adv oor: .4 Serucr om L, National Honor noc et 3,o, Jfllut torian u always remember yo r oxr ed, Y heerfu deterrunation ATTV IILLI ENT l,oOMBS, Nilly l Vf both the pn and the various L l Hiking 4, swinmung' 4, oommerci il olub USUSF, One hut ore E onomics lu 1 P J Eu .iurcn tra 1 1 1 we hlsaldxwe l o e 1455 o L .we of rtles atd rar old i' smoned northert hoep td Her fur t, fl t Q , .md e'rr ure thit she'l uweeo For .,::.t resu M see tme Boo' of Exe Yeftr in lo 2. mniown nomar, 'Ray ' o evil can hopper to a good mm, either in lile or after dna n. QOld Town High School, lg Harmony Fig? School. 'P 3 Senior fa - Play 3,113 ne-Act Plays L3 ilee ol Jig Tar. atic.. I ' Ped Cross Flag, A3 liohi a Talent Parade ' Cl'-5' krceluen Lg in up ig unior ,lass aj 2,5 Deba ing, i ' ,' Ush r Trwign ,::, -1 is 'S 'e ' fir- efer at Morse and during TQ :Lf ' r- ee felt. 'e nf- the urmprexeoented re-ori of hexlnj -:.a.:v ' -C ools 1' eilmoot eaeh year he as so ,ent in high -'1f.,l. 'fr.:':.f to become either a mi--ionar5 or 1 social wo.ker. 10 HELEN B. COHMIEH "She's active in a quiet way." Basketball l,2,3,ug Softball l,2g Tennis lg Swimming l,2g Phy. Ed. tutor L43 Dramatics 25 Commercial Club l,2,3,l,g Home Economics Club lg Graduation, Usher 3, Southern Star Minstrel Show 3. Helen is generally soft-spoken and goes about her work quietly and efficiently As soon as she is on the basketball floor, however, w car truly say th t actions speak louder than words GHr E LCUISE oI?.Cnl'Ll.Y, 'Gracie 'B ue were her eyes as the fairy flax " Basketball 2 Softball 2,3, Tennis l, Swimming 2, Orchestra 3, A Home Vconomics lub 2 3 Phy Ed Demonstration l,2, Outing Club ,2,3,L,, Usher, Yohiba 3,L. Music Festival 3, candy Com Lp, Racl.o Broadcast 3, Dramatlcs Club 3 ll 'Gracie's" interest is in the line of wearing apparel, and she can "kn t one, purl two" in the twinkling of an eye he don't need to wi h you luck ir vour ambition to be a buyer, Grace, because if you ontinue succes will certainly be with you LDMAHD J CUPMINGS, Ed," 'Eddie' 'A good name is better than riches ' Varual Arts Club l 2,3,b,, Vice President 3, Student council 2 Basketball l,2,3, ulee tlub 3,l,, Mohiba Talent Parade 2,L, Mohlba Decorating tom 2,3 Radio Broadcast 3 Junior Prom Decorating Com 3, Sophomore Hop Decorating tom 2, Senior Reception Decorating Com 3, senior 'Reccpt n Com The quieter of the Cummlngs duo attributes his popularity to the fact th t "you car't keep a good man down " He's been a hard and willing wo ker in all of our class activities as good a guy as you could ever wish to know MA'LlLYN LCUISE LJMMINGS "sweet ard soothing as tne hour " calm" soltball l HlKll"lg l,2, Phy Ed Demonstration l "Three Pills in a Bottle Junior class Play, 'step Lively" 3 Neighbors L+ Latin Y grow 3 U ber, "You can D fend Am rica," Jun or class Qupper 3 Latin b 'Iewspaper 3,u, Liorarw Procter 3,l, Junior Minstrel Show 3, Usher Gr duation 3, Mohlba Make up Com L+, Class Color Com I+, Senior Assem sly Cor' L Your patiert and ympathetic nature will be the secret of your success kindergarter teachfx Our best thought will always be with you RC RT Fm, ls tliI"lNGS, Bob 'IN t ost, out grre before la s Vice Pre 1 ent 4,14 B sebal l,2, Basketball l,2,3,l+ Glee Club 2 3, Hallo Progrr ohiba 2,. "Mikado 2 Year Book Staff 1+ s stant Manager F otball l, Jun or Prom Decorating Com 3 r'ere's the smooth looking Romeo who goes roaming o'er "Hill" and dale for h1s loved one 'Tis true that he's our v1ce president, and 'tis also true that h s spark' ng personality has enabled him to be friends N th everyone Say, he's got more friends than a lump of sugar, and believe you me that's going some' , l . 9 . Q. ' ' . ef' ,v ff Y YI' 1 ,- ' ll .J v i ' X 3 . ' n v ' ' - 3 '.. .. C , 9 . . ' 1 " . v A - 3 - - . H Q . -3 J 1 ' , . , . . . . . . c ' s ' ' ' . 'N ' ' ll I ' I I f ' ' I .. .- , ' - ' " ' ,3,l+g v . " ' . ' . ' . A . . i . . . , , . l . ,, , . . . ' T, ' . io . A. a . 1 . ' ' . - , , T ,X ., 'Q' F . ' ' of A - Q . ' l . Z . . ll ' " 1 lf' ' 3 ll ' Il I S ' 2,3,L+3 tsher "mikado"2g Usher, Music Festival 35 Usher, Marionette '- A , ' . 1. f- C ,Q ' . 4 ff . . ' , c. . c i ., , Glu . ' ' " U' 3 ' ' ' ' ' i .i - .. ' ' . ' ' - V Y , ' Q L f s . ' as a ' ' . A' 2 '. . s ' " ' ' ' . 53 '-gg c wg. H n ' 'e l - ' ,A ' -." C fs .' - s'1i . Q 9 a ' 1 ' " 2 5 l, , ' .' ' 'z-1,35 I-1 33 " " 3 5 I. Si ' c ' ' l , ' f ' . . i ii ' ' 'i . . ' . ' , ' ' ' ' ' v v ' v . . BEHNALIIFZ I'fAiGLVl?.ETT.'3 HALL, "Df1:1I1" "She's a Winsome wee thing." Basketball 1,23 Softball lg 3'iJr1n1jng 1,29 Hiking 1: Home Eronorlivs Club lg Corwnervial llut I.,QE1,Q,g Mohite Talent I'a1'a.ie 3, Usher, Junitr Tlasg Play 5: Senior 1:13553 Play Sandy' 11. That little gurl dressed in 21 yrnwrup fashion is lernadine, who will long D6 remembered at Norse for her renciiticn of a real Hawaiian Hula. She :asn't mace any definite plans for the future, but maybe her liking for moonlight will help to ma.-ie up her mind. ALICV DENNISON "A m1n1ster1rg angel, hou TEl'1XllS 1, H114 ng, Glee 1,11b 1, Czcnestra 1,2,3,L, HB1rd's Chr1 tmas 1,aro1" l, Senior olass Play L1 Lat n blue .4,3,L1, Dramat1cs 1,L,3 Mus1c' Fest1val 3 Mohlba Talent Parare 1 Sen1or Re eptlon Decorat1ng Com 3 Jumor M1nstre1 .show 3 Some years ago A1106 sa1d, "l'm golng to be a nurse when I grow up And a nurse sne 111 be, ior Al1C9 never forgot her r'h1ldhood amb1t1on Her pat1ents Nlll deeply apprec1ate the klrd, sympathetlc' nature that we have always admlred RICHARD WINSLOW DENNISON, Dxck 'The only g1ft 15 a portlan of thyself ' V1ce Pres1cent otudent Councll L, thalrman Assembly Com L+, Orchestra l,2,3,L1, Pres1ient ll, Hockey 1, Intramural Basketball 2 Double Quartet 1, Senlor Class Play I1 Dramat1cs 1lub Plavs l,U,3, Moh1ba l,l+ Junlor olass M1nstrel Show 3 Publ1c Spealung 1, Mohlba Executlve Com L1 Had1o Broadcast l,2,3 oncert 3 Latln Club 3,L+, Drf1ma'1cs Club l,2,3 Glee ulub l Usher Junlor Prom '1 Our future 1nc1sor extractor has made h1S mark 1n h1gh school nus1c 1 and dramat1c h1story Perhap after he has rece-1ved h1s D D , h w1ll exere1se h1s talents on h1s iormer cla smates grams GEH.A111J1NE VAFIAINNE DEQPHEQ, .11-rrv "Her vorld belongs to the ene1get1 Basxetball ,e, ,11, tapt r 1 Soxtball 1 3,L1 'nenrus Sv-11nm1ng 2 , r1k ng ,4, ,4, Dr matlts ,1, tower 1 1 LU 1,.Z,3,1+, 'M tluo , , Usher, t ass .ldv 3, G T tor .1 Ne all dn' re "G+ rry" for her outst nc1ngf f1th1et1 .1b1l1t , for she h Q been ar expert at each s,ert ru tnermoxe, 'kferrv' Chsplavs P art ' C' txlent Whlfh should enable ner to become a uccessful fa-1h1on Q GE LALD 31Vr1NT .JI 11, 'J'-1 1 1 en P s t e other Brunsmck H1511 school 1,.:, , cothb n rbn L11 1' School L. Mmual Arts Club L, horse 1-11511 "111tar Lr Anothe n were to sur "Jexr 1 F h tum 19 t r xllgll "'1F,J un 1 f Le pplys hu' elf H11 49 1 M1114 4 1 e 'nost ertalr e111 fe H1 arrhlt ons 12 ' N .1 . . . A 1 .H ' - 4 -T . W. f' . . ' 1 . ' ',. , 1 f 1, 1 A , .1 . " . ' n . . 4. 4 'v ' f . ' ' - H . ' , 1 , , 3 1 ' ' A1 -3 1 c ' ' 1 . 5 r . x . . H , . W . . A 3 K I . V , . ' ' 1 ' 1 .. l , ' ll ' ll , . . . I - - -- o -1 . 'v a: 1-, . K . . 3 n ' . a . ' 'W s ' 1 ' 7 ' .1 L' D I I ' ! Q T' - ' . . ' . . 3 V J "' 3 f. , - D Y 1' . . . E . . I i. a ' ' " . s ' .' ' . . S. e ' 1' -I N f' em lr 11 1 V J 1 'cvll T fx 1 A 'n V' fe! . " ' .-.'l ' 1 ' 1. -' ' 1 3 1g11 ,. ,-1, , 1 1, , 3':l'l 3' 2 "..,"',...Ca',"o ' """1 3 - f " f "f 'la 1 'l' 1 F L4 . 1 , Phy. L . .1 3, . ' ' a QL 1 ., a " , ' ' 'C ' ' ' y 111 ' f on . 'r' e' ' .' '- M, a. isei 2 'If' , ' ' ' v ', " s s 'S1' de-1gr11fr. E ' f11.'1' P L' ' L 'rf' "D'1'r 0- is h n1 1, of Ejaffi fortune." C ' . 1 ' 3' BJ 1 av "a tr . .D f " ' T "". 1'.'1L Q, 1.11 11. 1 :' es ,A r , cur fel. City is 1' ix," irtsnus to Peritlnue is i' s af e fi' s.?-f1 til ne !,1,1'f,res a first :ass ::.'.f:.1:is1. 1 11- a " .'11s as 121g ,nt y to his ' " as rv io s now, rp 1.111 1 ' 3. :..1yrff-f.'s".." 1, . 0 'QS GERTRUDB DOLE "Still achieving, still pursuing." Glee Club l,2,3,L5 "Mikado" 23 Music Festival 3,143 Orchestra 3,145 Latin Club 2,3,l,3 Radio Program l,2,3g Freshman Assembly lg Softball lg Basket ball lg Christmas Assembly 3,l,g Hiking lg Junior Class Minstrel Show 35 Class Music Com. Ag National Honor Society 3,145 Honor Essayist I+. A pleasant smile, a quiet way, and an admirable trait of sincerity- this describes our Gertrude, who, during the past four years, has provec her dependibility in all she has undertaken de w1ll long remember oertrude, for she was one who actually liked to study RALPH DUNCAN, Dunc 'Ambition has no risk " Tumbling l , 2 "Dun:-'s" ambition is to become an aviator Continue to lay a solid groundwork, Dunc, as you've done so far, and we know that, with Vour willing smile to help you along, you'll go sky high IRENE ELLIOT "The world was sad 'til women smiled " Qroxcroft Academy l Brunswick High School 2,1 Basketball 1, Orchestra l Chorus l, Public Speaking 2 Junior Play, Usher 3, Winter Sports Leader l Swimming 2 Speaking Contest 2 Jolly Irene attended many different schools, but finally settled down at Morse where she was Nell re eived Nith her nimble wit and spark ling personality, we know she'l1 continue to make many friends and have a wonderful time no matter what she does GORDON ESTES, 'Babe' "l'll find a way, or make 1t"' Basketball l,2,3,L4, Golf l,2,3,Ls, Mohiba Talent Parade 2 "Babe" was one of the main supports of our basketball team vlin or lose he's right in tneir fighting all the way His plans for the immediate future concern the 3 I W but hi main nterest indoubted lf lies n the Iron Norks basketball team VIRGINIA '-.LLEN FOOTEH 'Gina 'Silence sweeter is than speech " Glee lub ,2, ommer Lal club ju Beh nd tr se solemr eyes l e very much alive Virgin a whos parti c lar noboy is danc lg ltrougn we naven't neard 'ruch from "GlHa' we kno: she has always been c nsnentiously striving to make all goings- or. successful. Per future lies in the popular telephone business. 13 L, LY-fc -5 pU..LL 'COL Y"'Q 1. 4 Q ll O' N1 TO' QUE Wk Vt DO v' f' dori .f .JHQCCIA V1-11" ery Lib Vlub 7 g FW l lf r o sq el J ov K, . Vo "cnCt ,X Adv . n f llldnlor' :rc Q lon' o 1 l 1 0 ral 4 ,Z v0 Woof df' d1uc'e's 115 ,MPS Klum to bf Lug the l rye L r i AlV IUC 1 our most r R JEL A 1-.JLJL 1.1455 ll no ln nawebnll fe lfwo .Jevo um: Boofc Staff L+, r "nw" 15 ro on dee , Us .11 Q odsfothall game lo P 1 ll 'mot holf' 'X do sue L11 1. ,g, uolf J ml? la Lp UE' T h Ja A, 1 10 Bro Q ohfx max., yOHl a AQ ewbly , d .1 H 'LTL :lm Veer r r"o'f m rd energetll, ou' also WlllZ dt ,port .0 Q, a t th.lL Qnlohe v- L r un fe L wi h m dL a M464 lu oe eleotrooute' S hot mwh of Q llve -ure H9 has do lc. f wonderful ,ob .Ln Q L ue has LlI1fl9I'f.f1kPIl, ond thls year Non the ,cl -,h mplonahlp oi Malmo no dlvlslon ELILANLR Il GhlJU1AN "To arms, to Q .S Ba fetbdll l, lOhllo. L, Southern Star! nbtrel now 3, Usher, Class Day , Year BOOK Staff , oshcr, lohlba 4 Elednords remarkdole use ol hunor has often l1fted us from the depths of gloom and hac fde her man., fmends .me vorxs wholeheartedly at wh tever he 1 nf, um, it prewen , her lhmereet 15 Pcntereid IU ldllillflg ythe 'fcvwl rox o 'ohwo fr MILTON HYEI1 uhDlI'AIw, Milf, ' 'rr hd pw abou L wol '11 lg. Q hall ,,, " " 14 mor DQJ I' mmm' Umm? om Vou Nl:-h to in idolnf curve x-1 1 tue, ELI us of .my OILIICQLFA -Nlthlr. ess forty c gh 1 Q, " ll le' tterbug' HO follows up Lne dluces ghd kld'1U9 Il irom More no t .e Ir Coabt hx LHS MV he engovo food, Lon Woul1r't, lt be Q great are to feed .lm Mexlcdn urnolrg beans hp-'O e time mov, wil Hr 5 lo tCNIl T en' COIJSIANCE YVONNEQ -3lLI-RAE "lemme" 7 "l:.f'e's a jest, and all things show it." Basxzmball l,2,jg Softball l,Lf3 Glee Club ,L,og Drernatjcs l,2Z,jg Com- fTl6Y'ClHl Club 3,l+5 EE'or.orr.ics Club l,2. Hrlppy-g'o-luvklv "Cor.:1lc" iss wlwalys lweaxliy to Karin- an active pam, in tm' fan. Fmel 11r'g::'c:-f:ed'.' Then sec drgnhie, for me sunshine of her smile- can ynfnfmrzltf' :ug Hlfvmi. M Cf RQ' A 'B JANET MINEHVA GOODWIN, HJaneyH VBefone, dull careln Music Club l,2,3,u: Dramatics Club l,2,3,Lg Commercial Club 2,3,hg Treasurer Lg Home E'onomics Club 1,25 Mohiba 2,3,L. Tall, willowy "Janey" is one of our ardent sport fans. She would rather play a few rounds of golf or practice some new strokes at swimming than most anything else you could mention. This exercise must be the reason that, despite "Janey's" passion for eating, she retains her girlish figure. NADELIINE IVA HMGGETT "She s not mrde to DS the admrr tion of all, but the happiness oi' Basketball l, Softball l Commercial Club l Hiking Club 2 Earnest is the word for Madeline A willing forker and the posses or of a dependable nature ne are sure that whethe she plans or marriage or a career, everyone will still be able to count on her WILLIS HAMMOND, 'Bill' 'What charms hath a Noman's voice " Spaulding High School, Rochester, N H , l,2 3D Football l,4,3, Outing Club l,2,3 Intramural Basketball 2,3, Band l,2, Orchestra l,2, Glee Club 3, Golf 3, H1 Y Club 3, Dancing Club 3 "Bill" Joined us this year from New Hampshire, and NE can honestly say that he has become very well acquainted here in so short a time Don't worry, Bill, 1 won't say a thing about the girls alling for 5ou, h no' Seriously, though, he's all wool and a vard fide small, smart and likeable He's nterested in aviation, and, Aho can tell, ome day a Japanese may pick up a bomb sayirg on it "Courtesy of Bill Hammond KATHLEEN HELEN JAHKINS, I-'aj "Th s life ha oys for you and I " Basketball 4, SOftba.-ll l Ph Ed Derronstr tion l , nik ng l,2, student Council 2 Glee club l,a,3 L+ Orchestra l,4,3,L, Band L. 1k do 2 Spring Festival 3,L,, "Bird s hris C ' Ore Act Play z,,, Dramatic l 4, ,L,, La in 4, o, L t n Newspaper Q aff .4,3, noniba T ert P rade 2,3,l+, R dio mromica 'f hristmas ASS6"1OlJ l,2,3,u, B nswrck Exc g Assembly l,2, Graduation U her 3 Mentor Jfaif A, Volr Boolf Staff L4 tor Junior Prom 3 Mme up on Senior r ay L., Falrman url t. a Card com lr, Cla s Day om A Best wishes, Kay, for our u cess n the future LCHJNG EDfJARD hAnT, 'Haibe "Moderation, the noblest g ft of Heaven " Sen or Class Treas L, Latin club 4,3,L, Vice Pres 3, Consul L., stand ng Stage Com 4,3,l , to chalrran 3, Chairman L+, National Honor Societ, 3,,, Manager Var ity Ba ketball L, Man ger Ja, :ees 3 Intramural Bn eball "M" Club L+, S ience L+, Bo,s' Sports' E' tor rrento L, E .rio Latin Newsp rper 3, chairman atin initiation om Q, Junror Minstrel Show 3 Radio Broadcast 4, Phj Ed D monstration 2 la s Pl ay Propertl, chair man 3,L+, Jun or supper com 3 hristr s Asse bly L, Chairran Vohiba Stage Com L lass lotto o'n L. Senior Dance Com L. Class Daf Decor ating Com 3, Bus Mgr Latin Pefspaper u, lass D J corn , Pe fect attendance l,2,3 1. Valedictorian L. Not content rith Just being V le 1 torlan, he nas thrust hlmsel into extra curricular activities an urtiring leader 15 1 'A .J L. : . ' - , ' ' one ll l L .. . . 'I . ' . ' ' " ' r 1 ' . Q . . . I Q f Q, -- F V f A ' I ' I , , . Q A , . . , 1. ' 3 . . . . . 1 '1 - . . '- . ' . , A . S . . f, . V O , ' U ,'v 2 5 . . i ' ' " 3 s Y . , .I . , Y . l ' l. " . "' .i ' s j r ' . ' " ' ' g y. E . .. a' ,2' 5 ' ' ' '1 . fr o . ' . 'f . v' .4 . ' J . , . , , , 1 , r. L. , 7 ' ' ' C tmas Carol' lg . -' 'S ' 7' ' ' s ',' 3 ' t' ' 3,"'ai ' ' 't ' el. a l, ' a ' 's. l,35 C ' . .. " ' " ru " ' han f- y o ' Q . " a ' . V 1 . : ' 1 - -' L 1 Junior Minstrel Show 35 Co-chairman Table Zcm. Junior Supper 33 Patrons' " ' . .,' , H 0, ' '-rf, '. fr F4 'w za ,,,,,. 1, ,,. ,, , , , - ,, .. .. ot . J s .. ., " . Q 5 L, . ' Y y s c i r . I, A ., , - , . H . ' i J . ' . C i . ' ' ' " ' g ' - . -' - " ui " f' . A L 1 - ' M, . ' - . . ' , I' ,- 1. . 1 ' s' s . 3 ' fm "u 5 ' fs rg . -9 . ., . Ll l u N rn 9 MG' :- ,A , . ,, . , ,I . , . .r . , , . . Y A C L1 C . . A I , . " .'. . e ' ' g C s l' " ' - ' i ' - A . Q J. " na ' 3 J " J .. .' f' . rr - - rw . ' . . . J . , C . C . . , g J . , - f ' " I A ' -v 1 -vr Q . . . . . . ' C f. " . L. r A ' , . 'L. ' , l . g Vi. . . at dl: , . Q 1. . . . . . , - - 1 , .. .. . . AIM 70 ul V4 "To wno wr 1 tm love xer rwsnptcoil 1 Home Economlcd Ulu .,or'.mCru1.11 dub 1,1 Hlklng' l Jumor rror' Jecorfxtlng vom Lr 6 A Hur 'f ruamre . ' A -,Q .Mite W L mes nts .yi onfusxun 5,1 M A 'fr' :ver dd, Q 0 5 G Q V J funds whu reallzh W L mu, Uungls kmre r bmcdl PGCK 1 n HAT P, Hdtchle 1,5 . as Vue Cedar ' 1' L1 5 rw-'ufcn' L, V199 Freslaert Stmient L., 2 , MOhlDd. n. Va 5 L4 Ldtw mas A semoly Junlor 1 Jurwr' ins lc n mom Qmen, f L G .Jl,IAlO LA.: r' Q im .e jntlrmi 1 5:11 P xc or FL Jr. V' .FM -'h1LS4I', " 6 UW ru ww .mpolm r fm A PT 14 Jemcr R re 1' fr' F1 ' ADC I ul6bC4 Lfcmu wher 'here f AA, ge 5 what H X JIUU S "L+ Pr' w rgfb NIO! ur hestr' J nv ,, LI "J A, penned 3 L+ fusket 1.1.1 1553 rl A L+ ' " C nr st 1U ire J Juruor Q9 c nt ui LLPF L r' 5 1 L L H L CIR I 'JJ' QLQ- uc r e .eemed Pe pos Q- ej- I'R,W C RUAA nl L QI' 1 :LA I' .lr L Wm Ln PM Lrx ef nI"I'1 1J 15 ex cL J J rm' Ja HA. KTICKAOIH so homfxe Jr ex vvdw, Jw mlnx ewan, 16 c 1 V 2, Q v L ll K Lum Ln gm Good Humax " o enum: C e ver ter lender P A bs hiked .L pnllfl 4 ,-.4 I11'H5Uf.8a Jurvor Mass slipper Q, exertneless 1S auldys qecses uxbcunded tlence Lluo ,, around Here s hop J I-.lr Uorps, 'iarrw xldl 'Ml 1,4,3,4, .Mama emor str.-t on 1 1. QHST' L A nf A mmm: never lvmys umvnoer fm e-rr. DORIS ELLEN HOUSTON, "Dot" HMy friend and I have built a wall.H Vice-President Junior Commercial Club lg Basketball lg Softball lg Home Economics Club lg Commercial Club 2,3,L9 Hiking l,2,33 Usher, Class Day 35 Phy. Ed. Demonstration lg Farewell Assembly Com. L. Now here's a girl with Wtwinu ideas. She wants to be a telephone opera- tor and have a good time, too One of her hobbies is going to the movif and we can well understand that BARBARA ALTHEA JENKINS, Captain 'Order is a lovely thing President Home Economics Club l,2, Cmumercial Club 2,3,L, Hiking l, UBarbH is one half of the dancing team of Jenkins and Stover, but it's just a hobby w1th her She has plans to be either a beautician or a telephone operator, and we wish her luck BESSIE KAKOS 'The best way around is always through Basketball l,2,3,h, Softball l,2,3,h, Hiking l,2,3,L Tennis l, Com mercial Club 2,3,L, Home Economics Club l Bess1e's an all round sport, but we do wish she'd study her English once in a while Putting all kidding aside she always manages to keep things popping with the rest of that North End gang MARGARET EVELYN KALER 'A quiet smile, a gentle voice H Commercial Club l,3,h, Usher, Graduation 3, Candy Com Class Play 3 her chief interest in life by noting the twin pins she wears on her lapels She wants to be a bookkeeper, but that ring tells a different story BARBARA KIUD H HBrev1ty s the soul of it H fL6aV1tt Institute l 2,1 orchestra 3,u, Honor Essayist L This little girl stole an honor part right out from under our noses and we give her our reartiest ongratulations In her future ambition of being either a bride or a stenographer e give her our best wishes and good luck 7 YI ' fl I ' I V ' . Il . . ' ' 9 ' . - . i . A , , . ' . . . . , 1 1 h , . . . A - A , - , H Margaret's rather quiet and she never says very much, but we detected . . . . Y . . . V . a ff f ' ' , . A A ' . w ' . . . . . , .V WN I, . C r . u . .i 415 RUTH DOROTHY KING, Hhuthieu HOnly the game fish swims upstream.U Basketball l,2,3,L, Captain Lg Softball l,2g Hiking l,25 Latin Club 35 Home Economics Club l. lf Hkuthien didn't jump up and take the attendance in Hoom L every day, the walls would fall around our ears. Seriously, though, she wants to be a war nurse 'cause she has a particular interest in the army. ROBERT KINGSBUQY, Bob NThe busy bee doth go about lis libors Business Manager, Year Book Staff A Mentor Staff, Managlng Editor 3 Business Manager L, Glee Club 2,3 A HM1kado' 2, Radio Broadcast 2 lnternural Basketball 2 Dram tics tlub 2,3,h Latin Club 2,3, Hwhere the Cross Was N den l Step Livelyu 3, Standing Stage Com 3 Junior Class Minstrel Show 3 Phy Ed Demonstration l,2, Mohiba Ticket Com A HBob' is Mr Watson's protege Just sk hir to Nparleyu French and he will oblige conclusivelv He is a diligent xorker and is never sat isfied until his llbor Tre onsummated GLADYS M LAHSON, Giddy' HThe splendid silence llHg5 rourd m oaribou High School l 1 Softball 1,2 Glee Club l,3 Here's the little gal from AJ up th r in Aroo took She's kinda quiet, but we hear rumor that the Navy is lurking in the background Sorrv, boys, she wants to be nur e CLIFTCN LEEMAN, Governoru ' o famous ner ll the 1 rt 1 a sepulth Footo l , H ' clu tna A enolx u uunior ala Minstrel Show 3 liffu V ti ed T ns por the 'ufure out ide of growing a re il ve think s l te not b+come aw,er is p etoclou lrgt 4ntative abl t e art tlrzoufml e S11 ed by t Q ber n ll h c JOHN J LLNERY, Ji , JnCK 'A picture no rought by hands alone :ut oy though Football l,2,3, Basketball l,3, Baseball M rager 3,M Glee Club Manual Arts ulub P' tlub 5, HJack' H hobby photogr phy, and laborlr doorm n n the local Opera Hou e h ,ob The e tharattcri L1 oupled with his ptr everlncf should rombine to ulfill ri ir rv amuiti n C18 BARBARA JANE MAC DONALD, "Barb1e" "The longest way 'round 13 the shortest vvay home " Hlklng Club l, Home Economics Club l,2 "Barb1e" has domestlc ldeas 1n mlnd she'd llke to get marrled and ralse ChlCkEnS Whlch klnd, chum" She's not only another follower of the Army, but the Navy seems to hold some 1nterest,too JAMES E MAC DONALD, JR , Jun 'Better late than never ' H1 Y Club 2,3, Vlce Pres1dent 2, Presldent 3, Junlor Supper Com 3 One of "J1m's" hobbles 15 readlng sports magazlnes, another lS cheer lng for the Phlladelphls A's But h1s greatest hobby 1s belng late to school' What would we do lf we d1dn't have "Jun" to break up the monotony of our classes by chargzmng ln Hlth a tardy sllp ln hls hand" P S lt's always excusable' FRIEDA E MC ALLISTER 'The sllngs and arrows of outrageous fortune " Outing Club 1, Swlmmlng l, Basketball l Hlklng l Mohlba 2,3 Southern Star Nlnstrels 3 Frleda always has a smlle on her face, and she's known ln close clrcles to be the llfe of the party Here's wlshlng you luck, Frleda, and may your greatest ambltlon be recognlzed "The dev1l wlth the devll, say I " Latln Club 3,L+ "V" Club 3,L+, Co-manager Football 3 Jerome used to drlve around ln h1S '36 o1l burner CFord to youj but, llke the rest of the unlucxy ones rlth an "A" card, had to put hls ,Jallopy up for auhlle He gust couldn't get along on three gallons a week' u'I'EMART D M PHERSON, JR 'Baker "W1ne, women, and song Mohlba Talent Parade 2 3,L,, Junlor Class Mlnstrel show 3 Radlo Broad cast 3, Manual Arts lub Z 3 Brunswlck Hlgh Ex hange Assembly 2, Phy Ed Demonstratlon l,2 Morse loses one of lts stellar gultarlsts and yodelers by the graduatlon of "Baker He plans to be a machlnlst at the Hyde Jlndlass, but don't be surprlsed f he turns up wlth "Zeke and the Dorn Easter 19 . ' ll ' ll I . I , . . , . . E . , 5 . . 3 . 5 . . JEROME MC NINCH, "Romeo," "Mac" . ' 5 l ' . l . . I W ' ' ' nf ' . C ' ., ' " ' vi 'ul ' , , . ' I " - 9 ' , n .- " ' 1 ' ' rs 'V s . , , - . in . . , . A . ' 1 ' w - S." MARJOHIE NICHOLS, 'M1dge, 'N1ck1' 'Memomes dwell ln the darkness of her eyes ' Basketball l, "Sad1e Hawk1ns" Soclal Com 2, Latln Club 2,3, Assembly om 3 "Fr Cltlzen Has A Dream" 3, Food Com Junlor Class Supper 3 Program tom Junlor Prom 3 Step Llvely' 3, Co chairman Tlcket Com Junlor Play 3, Usher, lass Day 3, Mentor Staff L+, Year Book Staff L, Latln Club As errbly 2 Mohlba Talent Parade 2,L,, Mohlba Decoratlng om 2,3, Latln Club Soclal 3 An alr of dreamy +houghtfulness, a soft volce, deep, dark, a.nd lustrous eyes behlnd whlch lurks a merry alr of mlschlef these qual1t1es charac terlze "Midge" :chose heart llngers 1n the South, down Alabama way GEILALDINE RUTH lvl KMRSON, Gerry' 'Hark' Hark' the lark at heaven's gate slngs ' Hllung l, "Mikado 2, Glee Club l,2,3,Lt, Secretary 3, Orchestra l 2 3,L,, Crolr l, Sprlng Concert 3, Dramatlcs 2, Latln Club l,2,3 L+, Mohlba l,2,L+ Mohlba Decoratlng Com Lt Chrlstmas Assembly l,2,3,b, Latln Club Assembly 3, Junlor Mlnstrel Show 3 Junlor Baked Bean Supper 3 Radio Broadcast 4 "Gerry" h s one of the lo ellest volces v.e've ever heard, and she should go far mth 1t, hovever, she wants to go to Bates and study Lngllsh N vvon't forget how easlly she blushes whenever "that fellow's" name lS mentloned DWIGHT PA'Kl1ri.D 'lt's the rutdoor l fe for me"' ony High Schoo l,2 Ba eball l,2, Hockey l,2, "C" Club 1,2 Although Dwlght a r't beer wlt .ls very long, lt wasn't any tune before ue kne hl. and ' lf d hm He 'ells us hls hoboles are huntlng and flsn lng ann t t we p ans to coco 1v1l Servlce Alrplane mechanlc Good HMLLQ M P..As1lf, Hank 'A da! for toll, ar hour lor sport But for a frlend ls llfe too snort Pres student Colncll ll, ohalrman Mohlba Pxecutlve Com 1+ Ye r Book Staff A, Tennls l,2, Basketball l,2,3,u, Baseball 2,3,l+, Football 3,l, Molflba Taent Pa de 2,.,, "V" oluo 2,3,Z+, Manual Arts Club l,2 Usher, Serlor Receptlon 3, uecor tlng tom Junlor Prom 3, Adv com Junlor Cl ss Jlay 3 Usher, Jum r Play 3 Go f 3,L,, Class Supper om Jr Qlflg tofu 3 D oratl g Mohlba Ball 3 'Hank" 15 one vf our be t athletes, but the story doesn't end there for hls untlrlng leadershlp and magnet c personalltv makes h1.m outstandlng, as .well JCS PH D PPNNELL, J 'Blg Joe' 'L1Je ard et llve as I 1ll o Lole and et love an sc all I ' Vlce Pres 2, I"'oh1oa Ekecutlve om l, Treas "M' Club A Mohlba Ball Com 3,L+ rootball l,2,3,l+ Baseball l,2,3,l+, Basketball l,2,3,l4, Hockey l Glee Club L, NlOl'llba Talent Parade l,2,3 A "M' Club l,2,3 Manual Arts Club ,L,, Decoratlng com Junlor Prom 3, Decoratlng Com Monlba Ball 2 3 Blg Joe aS one of the rost out tandlng athletes 1r Morse Hlgh hlstory Havlng corpleted H1 excellent career ln basketball, football and baseball, he plans to enter Sprlngfzleld college Good Luck Joe 21 ' A I ' ll I ' ' I I ' ' ' ' H 'I 4 l . . . . , o . , A . . 9 1 ' . ll ' l . - ' ' . , - ' 1- s " n n ' V 7 - fw Y . ' . . ' ' f' .s . , C . . ' f' ' - 'X ' T YI Y 1 v I ' I 1 ' ' . ' IV - . , y A ! 9 - 9 ' - ' 5 S Y 3 V ' ' - . i h s . 1 , 9 . J ., ' . , i . ,, - f- 1 , , F, U Y l a . "t. h's. ,T -' h' ' ' ' '. ' Q-. 'm ' li ,e .. , ' ' ' ' L . 'l ' me a C' ' S ' ' . ' . luck, Dfxight, in 'xnything you attempt. ' ' li " L' ' 'I , l II . T Y 1 ' l V J' fa M . ., , , X Y . .Q , , ,, . " ' ' ' " ' .. ' . ' 3 a " f- v ' " . V " V . W 1 u H 5 .. a ra f ' .. 2 ' ' 3 .. . . . - F . , . . q . f- ' aw Q ' r s T . :- a . , o , l " h C . 3, . . ' . . g ec n ' . v .- ' A , 3 , . l . i ' u ' ' 'E . 4 B. , ' ' ' ' " ' 1 l ' , v." d . ' ' l W , d w' .' ' - . " . ' " . 1 . ' Y . . c . . , I 5 9 . . w u v u ' r o I " u 3 5 ! I 7 , , J . D . , . ' , . vl ' u W, Q - ' - . .. 2 ' ' ' , . . A MlLDHED ALICE PEHOW, HMillieH HLet it serve for table talk.H Basketball 1,23 Softball 1,23 Glee Club 1,2,ug Home Economics Club 1,2: Dranatics Club l,2. HMill1eH is one of those quiet types that you have to watch. She has an irresistible giggle and an infectious laugh. You can't miss her at a dance-she's the one that's always enjoying herself completely. JOHN J. PERRY, NDudH HFree fighter, free lover, free spender.H Football 1,39 Golf 2,3,z.g Manual Arts cms l,2,3,!,. WDudN is one of the best-liked boys in the school. A hard worker and one of the big guns on this year's golf team, we're sure that that Ncerta1n freshmann won't mlss h1m any more than we w1ll SYLVIA R PETLOCK, Soph en HS5 H nThere 15 SOm9thlHg lf the w1nd H Basketball l,2,?, Glee Club l 3,L Woh1ba 3,o, Spr1ng Festlval 1 Junlor Class Play 3, Home Economlcs Club 1 ommerc1al Club 1,2 u H1k1ng l,2, SW1mmlHg l, Usher, Graduat on 3 Adv Com Junlor Bakeo Bean Supper 3 HSyl'sN surely a grand k1d, and d1d she SUFpF1S8 us w1th that vo1ce 1U Moh1ba' She'd l1ke to be a Tad1O SlPgeT Ne W1Sh her the best of luck DIANA MAXINE PIHRCE, D1ane 'Pluck out the heart of my mysterx H Commerc1al lass Play A Lsher, GFSOJBLJOH 3 M1n trel Show 3, bshe Senlor Class Play A, Year Book Staff L, ohr1 tmas Card Com A, Jun1 Prom Com 3 D1ana's one of Mlss Fahey's best sterographers and lt seems as tho gh Wash1ngton 15 just ahead for her She's qu1et and dlgnlfled but she surely packs a whallop, part1cularly to that d rk ha1red sen1or DWIGHT WILSON PIFRCE, JH 'The trouble wlth men ls women Latln Club 2,3,L, H1 Y Club 2, S6U1OT Class Play 4 Year Book Staff A, Stage Com 3, Senlor Class Play oom L, Hockey l, Baseball l,2, Jun1or Class M1USfT9l Show 3 Usher, Graduatlon 3 hr1 tmas Assembly 4 Pto 11C Speaklng l, JHH1OT Class Supper om 3, D9H1UT Receptlon D6CUT241Ug Com 3 halnman Latln ln1t1at1ng oom 3, Asst Edltor Lat1n Nevsp oe Dwlght 1 noted for h1s asterf nterpret lOU of tle Engl sn la.g1 5 and he has the Stflde and anner sm ollege professor Although starts h1s work later than the rest f us n 15 always tne IlTSf one t f1H1Sh' ould lt be 1nsp1rat1on 22 I . . . A " 1 Q - Y I A ' JJ . . . l , . .u J V :37 1 ' ' 1 5 . . . . . . . . T' ll ' Il ' 1 . . ' J. ' " . V H ' . ' V . ' 'J y f 5 Y: ' ' C s ' ' . ' -cr L , , . . tl . ' 1 f ' a - ' . 4 I ' ' . ' YI , . A3 , ., . - ' A 1- A 1 4 1 s . ' ' . ' . H ' is 1 . .' , , C s , - . . , . . A , . . , . - o . , lt H , . r: , . , . .P . H , . . . , I . , C - . . . , . a r 1 'Q ' - W. U- 1 ..- 1- W Q ' 1 W, --P V ... 1 ml A. Gb A A A Q .. . ' ' m i s of a c . l ' .' ' c ' , e 5 " A 5 - - . . . . . , . o : ,,-1 Q6 ALB HT SIMON POVI H HA rlend may well be recroned the masterplece of Nature U 'atln Club 2,3,l+, Consul L,, Band 3,l., Usher, Senlor Class Play L, Junlor Class Mlnstrel show 3, Usher, Graduatlon 3, Chrlstmas Card Com A Stanc lng Stage Com 3, Latln Club Newspaper 3,h, Chrlstmas Assembly L, Drmna tlcs l,2,3,L B rd's Chrl tmas Carolu 1 NStep Lively' 3, One Act Play One of the more erlous 1HdlV1dUdlS of our class, Albert leans toward a buslness trasnlng followlng graduatlon Durlng hls four years at Morse he has blown h1s plpe ln the band and has played hls part on the stage as one of our accompllshed Thesplana WILLIAM EARL RAYNES, 'B1ll 'Antlclpatlon 15 always greater than reallzatlon Senlor Class Play A Mohlba 3,L Junlor Class Hlnstrel Show 3, Glee Clut The Caruso of our class lntends whlle not utlllzlng h1s vocal talent to get lnto aeronautlcs, however we wlll mlss hlm lurklng ln the corrl dors wlth h1s llttle flashbulb camera Maybe, 1f he decxdes against aviation, he w1ll develop lnto a second Jack Dempsey AUTH AHLENE REED, Ruth1e UThen omes 1n the sweet of the year Commerclal Club 3 A UBmth1e'sH a member of that popular Ng1rls ln Room Lpwho plan to get marrled In June" club She's a quiet blonde Camaz1ng'D who sits back serenely and takes ln everythlng going on around her HELEN ROBINSON 'Forever and a day N Basketball l,2, Softball 4, Home Economlcs Club 2 Here's the flery red head of the senlor class' If she and Eleanor d1dr't get together 1U Room L at every avallable mlnute to dlscuss the Army, the day would be lncomplete Here's to you, Helen' MARY FRANCES ROY 'Have llttle care that llfe IS br1ef N He glve you the sweetest glrl ln the senlor class, and here's to her' For references, we offer you our esteemed class presldent, who can and wlll glve you all the vxtal stat1st1cs 23 H . , I , . 5 . . - 5 . . . ' S ' Sllli 'S 1 S ' vl u - 5 L. I ' I , . . . . F . . N . S . 3 . . I TY: 3,Ag Morse High Military Unit L. C . - ' , . 1 1 . '-I u- 1 ,Q . 1 - . , 1 . '- ' ll ' I c ' .U . , I fd . -. - 4 ' - - . . - -D - J' 'O I v- . . , . . . . 4,4 'QW FRANoES SEAVFY, HFran The young ma1den's ou e+ eyes attract us U Basketball l, Sc' ball u, h1k1ng l 2,3,1, DN1mml1g l,4, Home Economics lub l omrerc al oluc ,3 Usher, JUU1OF class Play 3 Usher, Mohlb Franct e omeanaaer of the graduat1ng Her hobble draw ng, PFlftlHU, and read ng, all Ind cate a ,u1et l1fe Her outstand ng fe ture are her y6uUT1fhl, dreamy, gray eves FLSIF LMA BKAtIhG HTo You, On, uodde f DfplLl9DCy, your rappy vassals bend the reverent knee Basketball l,2,3,A, Captaln A, Softball l,4,3,L, Hlklng l,2,3 Jun1or class Play 3 Senlor olass Play A, Dramat1cs 4,3,L, Co merclal Club l,2,,,A, Home E onomlcs lub l,2, Llbrary Proctor 3,A, Mentor Staff L Year Book Staff Q, Usher, Graduatlon 3 Els e 15 one of our commerclal glrls who 15 always busy No matter what she does, everyone concerned knows that lt wlll be done well W feel sure that some one of our future bUSlU9SS 6X9CutlV9S w1ll owe a large part of h1s fame to hls secretary, E1s1e FRANCES MAHGUERITE STACEY HThrough seas of dreams and seas of phantasles THFOUEH e of sol tudes and vacancles And througr my Self, the deepest of the seas Patr Ot1SN ranks hlgh n the Stacey famlly, for surely you've seen those crossed oars that repose on Frances's sweater' They once be longed to a Coast Guardsman who, lt 15 rumored, has a place 1D her heart Durlng last summer Frances served as a model for the noted aTtlSl, Stepher Ftn1er Perhaps her future may harbor a career 1U the TOd6l1U5 llne' Good luck, Frances, 1U wh tever you may be MAE STACEY UMarr1age 1 compan1onsh1p to m H hot to oe outdone by her lster, Mae favor U S government oe votee, too Her's 1s, however, not a member of the anned forces out an employee of our owr B I W de can see our reasons for be1ng ttracted, defense vorxer, we th1nk that Mae s one of the be t look ng 5lF1S of the grad at1ng class BARBARA STRONG STANTON, Barb HThe human heart has hldden treasures, In secret kept, ln sllence sealed U student Counc1l l, Dramatlcs Club 3, COmm9FCla1 Club 3,A, Home Eco nomlcs olub l Junlor Mlnstrel Show 3 om1ng fron a famlly ontalnlng a vocal1st of note, Barbara may seem to manv of you to be d1mmed by her 1llUStY1O s slster That, however S where Vou're wrong' ake lt from us who Know, HBarb'sH vo1ce 15 ust a ple s rg as 1 Jean's, but our classmate 1S shy and doesn et everyone hear lt Good luck, HB rb,U we'l' mlss your sweet sm1le , 21s H" f' V .- H o. B U ' 'me' A i V . . M ,, . , F , . ,. . .. N.. . A, 4 . .1 lt , v A A , 1- 1, fa 1 , - fv . ' - 1, , 'o . ,l 1 , - , o ' ,es ls tn h. '. ' ' 3LaS5. ' S, - L .. . g '.1 1 1' o . - 1 g lea as f ,, o ' , ' y -. I ' V - - A - ' 'L ss Q- B 1"' " ' . ' Y ll F J fi g ' 7' 3 A ' A 1 ' ' 9 '1 . 9 ' " , . ' . . . . . , Q . . . N ' ' ' ' . e e rx A . . , . P H ' s as 1 1 ' , ll .1 . 1 . f 1 . , . ' A A.: A: . 'Y 1 A ' - - y. 1 ' ' r a ' 1 ' , 's ' ' e. ' ' j A s s a . . - I ' I 1 . . . ' . y ' QL a ' J ' ' " , 1 s - : 7- 'E' ' 1 , u - . ' YI ll A We H ' A - ,, ' . . " 'r . ,. 4 f, . . A F. . F . A af . A A 1 e 1 . - . I M V " , ' ' ,. : . . , 49 . A u - , Q . 'T' ' - ' - A . ' ' , 1 W . . . . 4 5 .5 a 1. f s ' lf ' ' f 't 1 l ' ' . a ' 1 ' l M- ' Q' al" FRANK SAMUEL STAPLES, "Punk" "I have been so great a lover." Football I-1213x145 Here you ne likes ular'P 2,35 Basketball 25 Baseball 23 Hockey lg Manual Arts Club Assistant Manager Basketball lg Manager Basketball 2. have the gallant Romeo of the Senior class who states that beautiful girls Is that in general, or is it one in parti At any rate, good luck, "Punk," we know your excluslve men' shop w1ll be a boomlng success' RICHARD STEEN, 'Dlck' 'Klng Solomon loved many strange women ' Manual Arts Club 3,l,, Manual Arts club Play L+, Glee Club 3 L, Dlck 1S easlly recognlzed here at Morse as the owner of the most famous moustache 1n school It 1S flrmly planted on hls upper llp, and :Lt practlcally crackles when he 3111193 You're a swell guy, "D1ck NOBMA JEAN STEUSSY 'When I have a house as I sometlme may, I'll sult my fancy in every way Basketball l, Softball l, Tennls l, Phy Ed Deznonstratlon l,2, H1k1n l,2, "Mikado" 2, Muslc Festlval 3,l., Glee Club l,2,3,ls Dramat1cs l,2 3,l+, Publlc Speaklng l, Publlc Speaklng Contest l, Chrlstmas Assembly l,2,3,l+, Radio Broadcast l,2,3, Junlor Mlnstrel Show 3, Usher, Gradu atlon 3, Mohlba Talent Parade Com l, Chalnnan Sophomore Hop Decoratlng Com 2, Chalnnan Junlor Supper 3, Chairman Jun1or Mlnstrel Show Tlcket Com 3, Co chalnnan Juruor Prom Tlcket tom 3, Chalrman Senlor Play Ticket Com Good luck Norma' When we're r1ch and famous, we'll have you decorate our homes' DORIS STICKNEY "I wish I loved the Human Race Phy Ed Demonstration l, Basketball l, Softball l, Hllung l,2, Blrd Christmas Carol" l, One Act Plays 2,3, Dramatlcs l,2,3,L., Outlng Club Year Book Staff I+, Usher, Graduatlon 3, Assembly Com 3,l+, h lrman b, Junlor Mlnstrel Show 3, Sophomore Hop Decoratlng Com 2, Asst Chairman Junlor Supper 3, Co ohalnnan Junlor Prom Tlcket Com 3, chairman Mohlba Tlcket Com lt, Senlor Play T1Ck9t Com Mlstress of cynlclsm, woman of wlt, general pest, and she has an answer for everythlng ln her own dlsturblng way, but we're all wlth you,Dor1s, even lf you don't llke people JUNE CHRISTINE STOVER 'I love the merry dances"' Hlklng l , Basketball 2,3 Commerclal club 2,3,l,, Home Economlcs Club l,2, Junlor Mlnstrel Show 3, Mohlba A June's rube danclng has proved to be the hlt of many a show Along wlth Barbara, she has appeared ln numerous performances, both at school and 1D other halls, never falllng to have her audlence ln the alsles After graduatlon, June plans to work ln a chaln store Here's wlshlng you success, June' 25 c .J ' ' ' ' s I ' I I ' I 5 . n . , n ,, . ,, . . . . . . . ,, ' .ll . . . 5 , . . 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I , I , 4 e if Q ,Kip " .1438- A L1 'Sllence nd loyalty go hand 1B hand Basketball l,4, So'toal l,2, HlhlFg l,2, Janlor Class Play 3, Latln u ore con u owre c db l,4, Ruth lother gra ate whose cmblLlOH 15 to become a nurse Also she P e d tl tlon of OElFg the onlv senlor to JOlU the Lat n club At the present tlme she 15 chlefly connected wlth a certaln basket hero of lesteryear how what G0 athletes have twat the multl tuoe dor't ZlTAMA1lE SULLIVAN, sunny' Zlta Sully 'There's somethlng about a SOldlST'u QEdward Llttle H gh School, Auburn l,2,3 D Baseball l Volleyball l Band l,2,3,L Orchestra l,2,3,A Glee Club l, MUS1C Festlval 1,2,3 Malne Muslc Festlval l,2, New England Muslc Festlval l, DF3m3t1CS Club l, Phl Slgma Delta Sororlty 2,3, Sclence Club l,A, Cheerlng l, Vlsual Ed Club l, Usher, Junlor Play 3 Zlta s another enber of cur class who does her best for her country by Wal of Popham' Everytlme that we see her she's surrounded by a con voy of khakl clad oldlers' Now, Zlta, aren't you glad that you trans ferred from Auburn Keep up the good work, our forces need morale bulld ers llke you RICHARD H SWANQON, Dick' 'Llttle frlends may prove great frlends HDlCkH 15 one of the smallest boys ln our class, but don't worry, Dlck, a small man qulte often becomes a b1g success, as you may, even 1f you dld always Just make lt before the tardy bell rang' HELEN MARGARET TABOR HT1me goeth qulckly, and qulckly must I go w1th 1 H Basketball l,2,3,u, Captaln Q, Softball 2, Swlmmlng 1, One Act Plays 3 step Llvely 3 HMurder 1U nehearsaln A Dramat cs L, commerclal Club L WMU Club 3,u, Phy Ed Demonstratlon l,2, Phy Ed Tutor 2,3,L 'Southern Stir MlHQtF9l Shown 3 Mentor Staff A, Usher, Class Day 3 Year nook L Tlcket Com Junlor Class Play 3, Mohlba Ball Com L Chalr man Serlor D nce som Q, cheerleader 2 3 A To us, Helen typlf es the perfect all round g1rl of the graduating class Next year, Helen plans to hold a olVll Servlce Job, and we wlsh you lots of success RICHARD TAhNnn, D ck' L1berty's 1U every blow Let us oo or dle H UD1Ck'SH hobby 1 photograph,, he's hot hls schoolmates many tlmes wlth h1s camera Next year he plars to enter the ,erachute troops ard pull the str ng on some 9XC1t1Hg adventures' Gocd luck to you, UD1ck'H 26 BEATHIGE F. TIBBETTS, "Bee" "In quiet she reposesg ah! would that 1 did too." Commercial Jlub l,L.g Home Economics Club l,2g Hiking l,2,L,g Junior Class Minstrel Show 3. "Bee" is one of the more quiet members of our class. Ne do know however, that sue is very much interested in music, and that she wants to be a nurse. If any cf you have the misfortune to be sick a few years hence, we feel quite sure th'.t Bee's sunny smile will speed you on the road to recov ry PAULIIUL N HAYEH, rolly' "Her irt the world required She batied it in smiles of glee KNorthave High School 2 3 I Class Sec 2,3, School Treas 3, Student Counnil 3 3 Basketball l,2,3, Glee Club l,2,3,L Orchestra 2 3 Drama tics 4,3 1-.xchange Vditor Year Book Z, Literary Editor Year Book 3 Class Pla ,3, One Act Plays L, Mohiba L. "Polly' t res honors as just about the happiest girl in the class of 'l+2 A memoer of our freshman class, she transferred to another school, com ing b ck here for her senior year Her wide grin hasn't narrowed nor her happy' ccmr deship decreased "del ome back, Polly' ALBERT VA HCN, Al "Men of fe words are the best men Ameso rf Piigh school, Massachusetts l,2,3 J Christmas Card Com Lp, Christra Ao embly L4 "Al" ha dust recently come to Morse High which explains the lack of statistics He has proved himself to be an able scholar and an estim able companion He is preparing to migrate to college GABRI1-.LLB AAE VIGUE, 'Gabe' "The good reighbor s the best neighbor Basketball ,4, softball l, H1k.ing l,2 Swimming l, Commercial lub l, 2, Hore conomics club l Secretary l 'Gabe's good will policy extends to our distant army Buddies She :Ls a regul r air-mail fan, between her household duties and s nooling she arab to K6 ,, her God given good nature Right now she s fast becoming a camera screw Whatever your ambition is "Gabe" we wish you success J HN 1 o LED Ike "A lion a ore adies s a dreadful thing Golf l,? Tenni l,4, Hockey l, Football 2,3,L, Baseball 2,3, Manager 2, Fanuil Arts lub l 2,3,l+ "M" Club 2,3,Lv, Pres I+, Sophomore Hop Decor t ri om 4, Mo iba Decorating Com ,3,L+, Nohiba Adv om L. Mohioa ert Parade u, Junior Prom Decorating Com 3, senior Viecep ion o Ike an usuall oe found either working on old cars or driving them On the gridiron he' at hone f he ranks as one of our oest at this rugged D e He's the kinda guy everybody likes, a regular fella what m rc n oe Soxld 7 , I f e 1 . fr' "' ll' 1 rn n . i 5 L ' ' ' .ll y ' n n a n . , , . . 2 1-es P ' 9 J Q " ,QQ . .J ' Q jxs 2 ' - ' . , 5, . . . . V .Ar " - . , A' a a . ' c . " ." P , vu ll V ra' ." C u ' . 3 . ' ' .L s cs . .S 5 ' I " - 1 I ' 1 ' ll , l . , A, - , , . . . . . U . ,, l - , V u Y' ' A n Q -F L - 1 a I vv -, -, ' - ' ll ' vl- . 5 l Ar. C, me . "es ' en . ' . ' ' i O ' '. VUHH' 3, " " ' am l' ' i ' ." 1, 5 . , . . , . ' 1 5 3 , 3 . 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' ' ' ' i - MAn1ANNT HV1ESA wAuNER, UN Egyn Nlhere 15 o lety, where none lntrudes, By tne deep sea U Basketball l, Softball 2, Hlklng l,4,3, Junlor .lass Pla Junlor Buslness Tralnlng Club l, Secrcttxy l, Commerc al C b 3,u, Llbrarv Proctor My waggy 1 go ng to become one of our navy wlves soon after g aduat on Her hubby to be 15 a genu ne r d1o man IN the U S Wa J Dld lou have to le rr Morse code to use ID our letters, Marlanne The very best of w shes to both of you' EDITH WALKER, 'Eadlw 'Fr1endsh1p's door bears no bar H Glee club Concert 3 feel sure of one of 2,3,h, Junlor Mlnstrel Show 3 UM1kado' 2, Sprlrg Glee Club that thls dream w1ll be reallzed, for she 1S the possessor the frlendllest personalltles 1U the entlre school If you don't care to take our word for lt, Just ask any sallor, soldler, defense worker who resldes ln Bath MILDRED EVELYN WALLACE, Mllly' NWhat lS yours 15 mlne, and all m1ne IS yours H UM1llyU lS one of the more qulet of our classmates but she 1S always wllllng to lend a helplng hand to anyone needlng lt If only there were more glrls of her callher around, ours would be a better class Good luck, HM1lly,H 1U whatever you do BARBARA PARSONS WHITE, Bobby' 'All manklnd loves a lover U Student uOunCll 2, Class Sec 3,L, Basketball 3,h, Captaln A Drana t1Co A UMW Club L, Sec A, Mohlba 3, Junlor Mlnstrel Show 3 Senlor Class Play L, Junlor Prom Com 3 Mohlba Ball oom 2,3, Senlor Recep t1on Com 3 Barbara Whlte the war years Teamed wlth that WVU not for vlctory Serlously though, Barbara 15 one of the most popular gmrls 1n the graduatlng class She possesses a pleaslng volce, a nlmble wlt an plenty of v1m vlgor, and vltallty future We know that lt w1ll be a Here's to you, HBobby,U and your sparkllng one' ANNETTE WILLIAMS, 'Buttons H 'T1s the sportlng world for m H Basketball l,2,3, Hane Economlcs Club 2 HButtonsU lS one of our athletlcallyanlnded g1FlS Her career as a basketball player was especlally brllllant Her llfe work, however, promlses to be somewhat more on the domestlc slde, slnce rumors show that she 18 lH s me way connected wlth a seafarlng man' Good luck, Annette, to you and your future' 28 .a - vw ,.,.h 1 ,, L L E. a m . S C. . . . ' ' " . ' " - y ' ' ' ' C - 1: -"- is Clu 2, "' V. . . II' ' 11 ' 5 i X ' 1- 1 A . - - ' ' i a ' ' ". . . v'. ' 1 A a A ' y ' ' ' 7 i . ' I ' I , . . . ' ' . ' v . - , . NEadie'sN ambition is to work in one of the B.I.W. offices, and we . . . . or ll ' I I ' ' ,- - .- I Il I , . V' ' 4 . ' . . , - . E . . . 9 . ' 1 ' " n ' . , . - . -- l, - . ' . I . . . . , F d , . I II ' ' e. DOHOTH' .-J HLIAMS, Dot " all 'lre I but broad ln mlnd " De, ll' v 31 ll J stu ITGIF Q P MAR acl Usr G- A Hn? Sr-how Portland 1,21 Tennis 2, Orchestra l 3,l+ Band , st' n e L+ R3d1O Broadcast l,2,3, Mohlba 3,L,, Junlcr P' 5 J her unlor Prom 3, Sprlng Concert 3,14 Mohlba Decorn Q 1th slster, Jeannette, 15 one of the tallest glrls ln the J also among the most popular, and she wlll certalnly bf the ruslc departrent as she has been actlve ln both orche tra 1 Good luck, 'Dot,' 1n your future work 1 LLIAIS, Dlbby' the thlng of the world that I love most " our 1 3,l+, Sec L+ Glee tlub l,2,3,l+, Dramatlcs 2, Latln 2 ssemb 4, ohrlstmas Asserrblv l, ,3,L4 Publlc Speaklng l, Pot 1b1 Dlref tc Junu 'lnstrel Show 3, Usher, Graduatlon 3, Usher 1 nnor assembly oorr l,2, Mohlba Ex Com L+ one of cur foremost vocallsts Every one of us wlll long ro ur b lltlful volce as heard ln Mohlbas, assemblles, and on n of rote Je know that she wlll be among the noted nters ass ANN E WILLIAMS s sweet muslc here that softer falls mtfxl from blown roses on the grass ' 'xg H gh school, Portland, l,2,D Tennls 2, Orchestra l,2, Lat r ,L+, A I if Broadcast l,2,3, Mohlba 3,l+, Junlor Mlnstrel Show Junior Prom 3 Malne and New Engl nd Mu 10 Festlvals l, ', Cn Hman s SEI'1..C,I' Play L, Mohlba Decoratlng Com Lt 1 e 1 lefly noted for her marimbaphone duets wlth slster ntny, ur t L she wlll be successful wherever she goes if Ui ICHT, 'Brucle ll the days of your l1fe " DK :-ta v 1 , Juruor class Vlnstrel Show 3 Junlor Class sup, r m cror n Decoratlng oom 2, Publlc Speaking l Baseball key 1 3 Inter lass Basketball 2, H1 Y Club 2 1 f w1t Bruce lS a glutton for humor, hls qulps fnu guns P' o 1' frout the school, flavored wlth hls own jocul Fl' and nr 'Frank I SPI UA forth no nthe usn ' It , nj irlcnds w th rl blg, brc d srule Althont le p rsue 'us hobby cf havlng good t 'ue L that Mercury of F s and glvlng any r ill full ntcnds to enter the Alr Corps upon gradl YL n 'L nu n be ause he's always worklng when he fu ve tk s he s Nell llked and recognlzed bw, r rv-ln 'Je r-fvf-r een hm "up n fhe a.1r," but Lt long C: 2-wyb 9 Qffvutncu.. '. ANNE I' " " T in iatf-.1 be, ' ' . U , X , . . A Q Aer,'t,5 'x , Ll, , , f f-J, ug Lyn :1 1,..- eff- 1: 5 ' - .' ' dn-- strol 'Vw 3 Ts , J ' ' ' 3 g ' . P ,- ' Lfr' . .. fn. 'D:11'." .I 'lug J-' S' ' ' ' . Cla. She: is ' ' 2 ml :gy : ,L ' , .. 1 ' ' S qi . lx . - ' ' ' l Ellli. r.l'I'l 'fl . .3 " " ' M fi is . ' ' . 2 'xt 1 C nfl . g ' ' ' ' ' n,5,h3 Lai, r H. Qj,' J' " ' , U' 2 9 ' ' ' ' I 1 If 1,12 . ' 1: r 'ur L' ' ' ' , f"?' Cla: 'lay 1.3 ' " .. ' ' . . . "Diki' ' is f ' . ' '- . .E . I 2 ez ' ' ' ' ' all tm. rrrcasia 1 . . ' ' rff- 1'- of 4 .. cl 'f' ITT' V"Y"" f "Ther, L. ' Thivi ,nf s L .' Y, ix H . ' . . . 3 1. 3 'ene ,Ta-do ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 22 if-r, X 5 ' ' a s' ' L' f of ilsker' "1 ' ' ' ' . . Jef-r.nf ,t CL' ' ' Q.r. '. she : .ans tc gftend college next year, perhaps Westbrook Junior Colnege. W- 'fm s Q ,FQ " . C If I' BH IE X.. 1 ' ' " "Mm -,u Live 1, ' . Yes, lsr' frff 1' ' " ' Q ' g ' 2' off Co, . 33 ?:. SFC, ' " . ' ' f 5 LgHoc' lg gl lkrtoall .,,3 c , - '- . 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O 9-Pr' ' u f- E 4 wwfi J df- -r I V PRIVATE EARL BANKS PRIVATE WILLIAM AYER CORPORAL NORMAN ALKAZIN 1' jfh mmm fl F ,l HONOR PAGE We present to you the slx boys who would have graduated ln the Class of l9h2 but lnstead deemed lt flttlng to JOlH the armed forces of the Unlted States We, your classmates, salute you PRIVATE FIRST CLASS CLARENCE GOWEN PRIVATE STANLEY COLEMAN PRIVATE FIRST CLASS GEORGE WI SON WH ' lk n 3 1 'If .A 30 f fffa. vm , I1 Q I .5 . -I H I VI- - Q Q 4 2 a ,.,, hu, YM J A 5 Q-ISF' A .- . ' I ' i'Z3?b' f f fwf555,??, ,If . fv,i1C1:'4:f::' Q ,S I-' 'I ,i Q- ,E Kai: ,Q Ir"f'fAi'P" Lf' . U Q 1 li Z 1 I , . . I c' . I' A el I I fn, nv K' - 85,1- K de Hall w 1 remJw lu F' k lvdnes ' one of ouf L ,I L WC rfeshrgr pa ADQV Q 0 ndfe EVfI org 1 C NPT N1Lllnvrf Ig '7 , T' .. '. , ,Q f. 34,,r f-"-- 1 , ii11f,i LW11 ml. ?A.pIClA Y1HL 7 f 5Qf ' :+iv3js ,Q bg? ikyz 5 Jlf '. 5 and friaigly di5QC'i1iJU vf H ' A . 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Pub I remember that year We sponsored many act1v1t1es, and everyone was co operatlve Our flrst affalr was the Junlor Class Soclal on October l8th In November, we sponsored an old fa hloned baked bean supper Sec Ne also presented a mlnstrel shon ln December Ne called our selves the Southern Star Mlnstrels, nd mu h credlt lor lts success lS due to Ellzabeth Nllllans, our dlrector Dwlght Plerce was lnter locuter Cl1 Reads HStep Llvelyu was our TUH1OF class play and was dlrect ed by Mlss K therlne A Conley Helen Tabor and Albert Povlch had the leadlng roles ln the presentatlon On May 23, the Junlor Prom was held 1U the gymnaslum and was a colorful affalr Have I ommltted any th1ng9 Sec Certalnly Lorlng Hart, Ruth cogan, Gertrude Dole, and Phvllls Blsson became members of the Natlonal Honor Soclety I guess th t completes the Junlor year Cl1 Reads We returned 1U September, l9Ll vdth an enrollment of one hundred and twenty members At our flrst Senlor class neetlng we elected Danny Hatch as Pre ldent, Robert Cummlngs, Vlce Presldent, Pomeroy was selected as faculty advlser Our student councll members were Harold Peasley, Presldent of the Student Councll, Rlchard Dennl son, Ellzabeth Wllllams, Connle Gllmore, Martha Morse, and Eddle Cummings Can you remember the outstandlng CtlV1tlSS, Russell9 Pub I thlnk so, Albert We had our Senlor Soclal ln October I November our Senlor Class Play, HMurder IH Rehearsal,H was prese t ed under the supervlslon of Mlss Mary H Conley HBarbH whlte play ed the leadlng femlnlne role The show really went over blg W had planned a May Ball, but we had to postpone lt Sec Our boys and glrls partlclpated 1U all the varlous sports Our basketball team went to the tournament, but we d1dn't make the seml flnals In our four years we h d flne players on all the teams Pub You should m ke some mentlon of the Mohlbas Our classmates were actlve ln all of the hOhlb3S presented whlle we were 1n hlgh school Sec Especlally the Mohlba our senlor year I guess I'll never or get Joe Pennell, HHankH Peasley and John Voorhees as Floradoras Pub Yes, they were a r1ot Have you mentloned anythlng about the Mentor Staff? Cl1 Yes, I have lt rlght here Ruth Cogan became the edltor n our Junlor year Ruth also was the dltor of the Year Book, our senlor year Robert Klngsbury was the buslness manager of the staff and the 31+ . g H S . . 8 C . . . 1 . . , . .H . . . . H . - c J ' 'f L ' ' f ' a ' . . ' . A . . . . - . . . A . . . . I 3 ':C D ' , U , . . . A . S. D . . - . . Barbara White, Secretary, and Loring Hart, Treasurer. Mr. J. Edward . . . a . . . I : ' . ' ' ' a . n . A . r , V H - . . . D U . D e '- ' . a ' . : a . ' ' . - . . , . . . . : . . . . f - ': ' ' . ' 1 ' ' . eu 1 .5 s .fr . ,u . . . 4 fs XFX 2 x '?f-'Sk -ak gli! Fl. .Ilia .ESHQQSQ 2 lu E :- 5 III! X :I i 4 new f zr'q IQ nhl ll fj 'W Hn mig gxgfin :ik WE .. 1 J. Hgilhls lawful my J L15 The Sophom res rec ed we To Presldenf Vlce Presldent oecrefary Treasurer H A vt e ade1yn 011ver ooe my to serve as c11ss offlcers roy Peas1ey 'ary Norse Jefn stanton Kenneth H111 hdth 3 NL1son L LLahet1 Anderson rt Jolwn Students Nko have been actlre ln spo ts are Le Oy Peasley, Bernard D HL! b I1 Ara er 16 a1ger, A Pfu1o eo Couture, Kenneth H111 an Kenneth Nl1SOP The Sophomores nelc a public da11oNe'en Dance on Octobex 29 The gjmhaslum was decorated 1D o1d cornstalks wlth orange and blacx crepe paper Toe Sopdomore Hcp toox o Patr1of1c 'demenoer Dei out the dath schools by the operatlon from the students of the commlttee, our treas a e cn Nab 5 Wltb a large attendance iarooru oocxei pleces were sold througr 0DhCmC1P c1ass Through the flne co QlG he clk of :111j Munsey ph31FH3H ry was lncleased by a substantlal sum HTTT HY 1? PHE ,'LT5 LF lihd fx ' - I' 7 l , ' . o er ,c. t., 11Dw,r, , o . C . P' Q LQ 1 1 , , ....... . G. 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STUDENT COUNCIL At their first meeting in October, the Student Council elected the following officers for the ensuing year President Harold Peasley Vice President Richard Dennison Secretary Elizabeth Williams Treasurer Richard Poulos Faculty Adviser Mrs Gertrude Herrick This year the proceeds from the annual Mohiba, sponsored by the Council, will be used towards purchasing a moving picture project or for the high school Other projects undertaken by the Council were the appointment of an assembly committee, the cleaning of the girls' and boys' rooms, and the donation of the Student Council Athletic Cup given at graduation to the senior boy most outstanding in sports. Another important event was our second trip to the Maine State Student Council Meeting in Augusta at Cony High School on Novem ber 29. At this meeting Elizabeth Williams served as chairman of a discussion group on Student Courts. 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MENTOR STAFF The fOllOW1Hg Mentor staff was elected from all thr e classes February, l9hl Edltor ln Chlef ASSlSt8Ht Fdltor Advertlslng Manager Advertlslng Manager Managlng Edltor Art Edltor SOC1al Editor Boys' Sports Edltor Glrls' Sports Edltor Alumnl Edltor Exchange Edltor Joke Edltor Ruth Cogan Robert Levlr Phyllls Blsson Elsle Skallng Allce Avery Ellzabeth Bowers Nargorle Nlchols Lorlng Hart Helen Tabor Kathleen Harklns Marllyn Cummlngs Paul Tourtlllotte Faculty Publlshlng Advlser Mlss M Agnes Fahey Faculty Edltorlal Advlser Mr Nathan W Watson 'ui' In the fall of l9Al, the Mentor staff sponsored the annual Fresh men Honor Dance, and an one hundred dollar bond was purchased later in the year. The staff enjoyed a successful year until February, l9b2 when the new staff took over. 3 -'y'r 1 s ' tra an . """' ' Pi? , , I l L ! ' " W' X ' e in l .I . cool 0000 . A Business Manager....... ....Robert Kingsbury ' . DOCIOOCIOO lil! I v 00608000 IIC! L L P' Pg HH 1.1-if MOHIBA One of the most successful Mohlbas presented so far was sponsored by the Student Councll on Aprll 8, 9, and l7, approxlmately SAOO was cleared The Talent Parade covered the perlod from the Gay Nlnetles up to modern tlmes, and the Ball, whlch took place 1U a red, whlte and blue decora+ed gymnaslum, was engoyed by all wmth muslc provlded by the Bates Bobcats The proceeds are to go towards the purchase of 1 motxon plcture sound projector The executlve commlttee was as follows Danlel Hatch Mary Durant Frances Callan Rlchard Dennlson Robert Huse Rlchard Andrews Ellzabeth Wllllams Rlch rd Watson Lllzabeth Anderson Harold Peasley, Chairman Mlss R. Hazel Feero, Faculty Advlser Mlss Catherlne Leonard was faculty adviser for the Talent Parade, and Mr. Natran W. Watson for the ball, wlth Danlel Hatch chainnan of the ball and tlcket commlttee and Russell Gasser of the decoratlng commlttee. Mlss Alma Klrkpatrlck was faculty advlser of the Talent Parade tlcket commlttee, Thatcher Pinkham was student adviser, and Doris Stlckney was chalrman. Lorlng Hart was chalrnan of the stage commlttee and Mr. J. Edward Pomeroy as faculty advlser, and Robert Huse was chalrman of the advertlslng commlttee wlth Mlss M. Agnes Fahey as faculty advlser. Ld-v .,.t......,,. W- o, ,.-f.. ,f., ,..,l ,,.., 7 I t ,,,,,,,. it , ,l...W J , S is cr by or on f- ,- Fi ,, ' i , 4 - -- Z 4 i 4' X 1 , ' ' , , ,t - ,.. 1 -Ky film. ' , M E' ' .1 K -,.,,,,-,, A1 4 h t 1 Y - 4 fs fy 4 P .1 I ' 'Q'- 1 . ' .A t A cl 1 N I , . if ' I A ! , 1 gf H -15 " ' 'A -.L - - ' .. ' - - . ' E - , A I . . . I . ' I w , U . W . F. N. 2 I ' ' . 0 . 1 I . . . . . .-, . EL Wk. H gi SENIOR CLASS PLAY 'Murder 1U Rehearsal', a mystery farce 1n three acts by Austln Goetz, was presented on November 28 by the Senlor class as thelr annual pro ductlon Mlss Mary H Conley, head of the Engllsh Department and faculty advlser of the Dramat1cs Club, ably d1P6Ct6d thls lntrlgulng, bolsterous mystery, one of the most novel pPOdHCt1ODS to be presented at Mor e Hlgh School The cast, plctured above, lS as follows Jack Ellery Claudla Warren Mrs Flske Warren Harold Knlght Morton H111 Trilby She11a Burnett Chubby Forbes Sheriff Cullen Marge Penny Bernlce Simms Daffy Carmlchael Stack Hllton. L5 Dwlght Plerce Barbara Whlte Ruth Cogan Leon Robblns Rlchard Dennlson Elsle Skaling Helen Tabor Russell Gasser Wllllam Raynes Margorie N1ChO1S Allce Dennlson Danlel Hatch Raymond Corey .sab- "fist Q JUNIOR CLASS PLAY The annual Junlor Class Play was held on Aprll l8, l9Al The comedy nStep L1vely,U was presented under the able dlrectlon of M155 Katherlne A Conley of the faculty The results were most satlsfylng, and all ln all t was a great succes The cast was as follows Joseph B1ll1HgS Joseph Bll11HgS Jr Theodore Cunnlngham Horatlus Thlmple Mary Smythe Jullet Smythe Rose Marle Smythe Gwendolyn Smlth Martha Holton Lucllle Loveland Carrle Arry Nora Jerusha Bllllngs A Albert POV1Ch Harry Hlgglns Robert Klngsbury John Brown Sylvla Petlock Marllyn CUm lHgS Phyllls Blsson Ruth St Peter Allce Avery MarJor1e Nlchols Elsle Skallng Marlon Wagner Helen Tabor Q ,, Fm ! ' ' ' i ' ' s. Beverley Smythe.... ....Bettie Bowers i . lx IIC Ol!! . . ..2. ...o 0 6 W-A ONE ACT PLAYS The One Act play program was presented ln the hlgh school audltorlum on March 13 The plays and those taklng part ln the performance were as follows FAREWELL enum woaua THE NEIGHBORS Wllllam Alden K1.mba.1.l Zona Gale Dlrected by msg xatherme A Conley Dlrecf-ed by M135 Amy lush Sally Lou Smlth, a flapper, aged 16 Annabel Wlthers, a studlous glrl, a "'harl1e Hunt, an overslzed youth Grandma Carmen Huse MISS Dlantha Abel Ezra Wllllams ged Clalre Martln Peter Inez , aged 17 Edward cogan M1S' Elmlra Moran Marllyn Cummings Paullne Thayer Albert Povlch Raymond Corey Norma Cummlngs Vlrgmla Andre Mls' SWAMP SPIRIT M15 Lealon Norvel Jones Trott Carry Ellsworth Loulse Dole Eleanor Grainger Dlrected by M155 Mary H Conley Nathan Hanks E Merrlt, Shea Martha, h1s aged mother Javld, hls son Chloe, a mysterlous glrl Luke, a woodsman The Swamo Splut F ute olo by Jolf call by Beverly Packard Russell Gasser Frances Callan Kenneth Margaret Govdy Carollne oarpenter Robert Rlce H111 SWAMP SPIRIT was entered ln the one act play contest wnlcn was held at Brunswlck Hlgh Although our play recelved no speclal reco, nltlon, the Morse students put, on an excellent performance A7 , , , ,,,- r". , ' f . . -- -,--V, : 1 ' 'H ' N, , : - Q, W. 05, ......... V -ww -- - N A V .Y . I , Hz . , --v . , A K ' Y ,... 7 , 1 451- , , , as I 75' l 1 V A a V H 1 , J , , , 3, if ' f W , ,, 5 L ' 'Q -' Y f Q I 2 ,,M,,,1,A , N, f-,H-. ,,.fff.1., sz.. ,V , . .,,. , 4 , Y , ' 1 F ' H-'-all aua.A'.feM-aw., ,-.,,,,., . . - . . . . . . . a ' ' 16. . . ' ' ' n Q I 0 0 9 1 0 u a n u u 0 1 0 Q 0 . V , ' .... : ............. . I ' ' . , . , . l 1 Q , - fs . . , , v . . . . H o u ' . . f - l 1 MUSIC CLUB The Muslc Club, whlch lncludes the Glee Club and the Bath Schools Orchestra, lS now under the able d1rect1on of Mrs John Sawyer, who succeeded the former Mlss Margaret Macklnnon The Orchestra has play ed for varlous programs throughout the year and partlclpated w1th the Glee Club 1h the ChP1Stm8S Assembly and the Spring HUSlC Festival Although there are no offlcers 1n the Glee Club, the Orchestra has two, Presldent Rlchard Dennlson and Llbrarlan Ruth Cogan 1-+8 , C gqf . nth, 94 - 1 C C C5 in .'.-- . IR Q A N A' N I . 1 , C xi Qi S V ....-.......... ,,.,,- A , .,,U,,vmM W M .hmm non 'ln' BAND The Morse High School Band was formed in the fall of l9AO Great untiring effort and capable leadership During its first year the band played at several of the school functions, such as basketball games, 'Moh1ba', and the Spring Music Festival Shortly after the band was organized, the parents of its members, and other persons interested in its welfare, formed the Band Boosters Club, for the purpose of raising funds to finance the purchase of uniforms and other necessary equip- ment In September l9Ll, Mrs John Sawyer was chosen conductress, and through her excellent instruction, fine progress is being made There are now thirty five members in the organized band Robert Ericson is president, Geraldine Corliss and Pauline Prest are business managers. In January l9h2, the Band Boosters Club successfully sponsored a public baked bean supper, members of the band waiting on table. Easter Sunday the Morse High School Band furnished music for the Masonic Memorial Service of Dunlap Commandery, K. T. It also played, during the school year, at Morse football and basketball games, and for the Spring Music Festival held the latter part of May. The band now owns its music stands, and final payment has been made on all uniforms in full. The entire organization is very grateful to everyone who has contributed, in any way, to the success and progress of this Morse High School Band. A9 "'H . . T 4 credit is due Mrs. John McCarty Knee Miss Margaret MacKinnon3 for her ' ll! ln: -0---.nr-w 1 LATIN CLUB The first meetlng of the Sodalltas Latlna was held on September 25, l9Ll, wlth the following officers 1n charge Consul Lorlng Hart Consul Albert Povlch Censor Evelyn Whlte Praetor Ellzabeth H111 Praetor Addlson Burbank Quaestor Gertrude Dole Aedile Parker Worrey Aedlle Robert Dolan Aedlle Danlel Hatch Aedlle George Hersom Durlng the fall the club held a soclal and sponsored Apple Week In the sprlng the ann al 1n1t1at1on and banquet were held at whlch tlme the membershlp was lncreased to a total of seventy nlne The banquet, as usual, acqualnted the new members wlth the customs of the anclent Romans This year the club voted to give a flag to the school, the pre sentation being made in June. 50 THE DRAMATICS CLUB The Drauatlcs Club conslstlng of slxty members held 1ts flrst meetlng on October 6, l9Ltl The offlcers are as follows Presldent Rutn Cogan Vlce Presldent Mary Morse Secretary Evelyn Whlte Treasurer Mary Durant Faculty Advlser Mlss Mary H Conley Durlng the year the Dramatlcs Club has sponsored two dSSSmbl16S On March 12, a prevlew of the three One Act plays were enthuslastl cally recelved by the student body On Aprml 17, we h d the plea sure of hear1ng Mlss Normlna McK1nnon glV6 several of ner well known read ngs The One Act Play program was presented on March l3, and SWAMP SPIRIT, the WlHHlHg play was entered ln the State co test held thls year at Brunswlck Durlng the recess of two weeks lH the Sprlng ve held SdHdWlCh sale Thls year has been a very lntere tlng and successful one under the leadershlp of Mlss Mary H Conley, faculty advlser 51 !'?"""' fl I ' Ill!! i! lliillllifn ' f' D -af 5 I 'YW COMMERCIAL unUB The first meeting of the Commercial Club was held in October, at which time the following officers were elected for the ,ear '9Al 1910 President Phyllis Bisson Vice President Leona Henderson Secretary Virginia Trott Treasurer Janet Goodwin The club advisers ale Mrs Margaret Flaherty, Miss Alma Klrkpatricm, and Miss M Agnes Fahey Many engoy ble neetings were held during the year Our December meeting was a supper followed by an entertainment which was much en Joyed Several business weetings vere held in January in preparation for the evening meeting on January 27, which was a social and a program of entertainment The club has sponsored many Civilian Defense activities during the year, and the membfm- have been busy in registering for the Selective Service and also on the Sugar Rationing Progran. An outing is planned for the spring 52 , I J 1 r .- . 4 1 A O .E ' 1 ' 4 ' 1- ' . , . , , ' ' ' Mhfgif' wr' 'f x s 4 ,V ,-.N --, Q fi v. , u 1 ' .,,- , "' W .A ,. .-a,,.., Rib ' l'1Y . . . . .J . . . . H 1 l. 1 ' ,. J- '- . L.: . . .H ...-... .... . . - 1 . ....-.. . . . ...... ... 1 . QIIIOICIOIDC . i ' . . . 1 . U .J . . . N . . 0. 1 , , . . . . 1 . . . . Y . . . n ,, V A . . . . .- .- f S . . , . . --:gpg-v-qu 'vu nl' THE HOME E ONOMICS CLUB The Home EPOHOmlCS Club held lts flrst meetlng 1n the Sewlng Room ln December wlth forty four members present The followlng OfflC6FS were elected Presldent Betty Orvls Vlce Presldent Germalne Bonnej Secretary Agnes MacDonald Treasurer Barbara Klng The club planned to meet every week and declded on red, whlte, and blue for club colors Due to the present war condltlons lt has turn ed over 1ts soclal hour to Red oross work 53 2 -, , , - f--cu-0'-lv' f ,,., . V ' ' W 9 I n H A . ph e V ' Q 'i rf d ' ' i , k Q 3 as h W ' - 'Y ' 4 'X - T ' T Q2 .f 1 , 1 R . 5 i :L r In 1 zwsfti. K, , . Vi. fi 'l "lf .fl u Q 2 T T s ' C 'J . . . . . . ' - :'mfffff': ' X . 0 . ,1 - 'P' Sb PHI BI-CHEM CLUB A new sclence club was formed thls year under the leadershlp of Mr George Bishop, blology and chemlstry 1HStTUCtOF The name, Phl bl chem Club, was suggested by Robert Gllchrlst and comes from the flFSt parts of the words, phySlCS, blology, and chemlstry The offlcers of the club are Presldent Robert Mosher V106 Presld nt Judlth Dennlson Secretary Llnna Marle Purdue Treasurer FT9d9PlCk Andrews There are approxlmately 25 members, all of whom must aCh1SVe and fm81Dt3lH a rank of 80 or above ln SCl6UCe Any upperclassman 15 ellglble lf he or she lS taklng or has taken one or more years of a clence The club plans to hold a meetlng of the whole organlzatlon once a month Wlth group meetlngs WhlCh lnclude the students 1U each subgect, more often. Such meetings will be 1U charge of the repre sentatlve from that group, the representatives belng as follows: Blology .... ... ..... .Rosalle Preble Chemlstry... ...Anna May Berry 5h -, ,, A k .N Y 'KH' 1 . A , A 3 A .. 'I' ps, 'wc' ' ' s S ' , V ix as 7' -'U' ,. ..- . 1 4" L, ' Q" . I M . QQ. gl-...mf ,A , V ,... E . . . . . - ... . . ,, . . ' Q . . ......... ... . . . . -. 2 V .... ... ...... ... . ............... 'il I I I I H . 'Y 1 . . . QA. . . . -1 . . . . . . as 'U -'1 THE MANUAL ARTS CLUB The Manual Arts Club has a membership of twenty this year The officers are the following President Arthur Michaud Vice President Herbert Belanger Secretary John Hinds Treasurer John Hinds Club Adviser David Y Alkazin The club's aim is to provide social gatherings for the promotion of good fellowship and good will among members This year for an assembly the club sponsored a play entitled, NAn Awkward Squad,N which focused attention upon much new talent and pro vided enjoyment for all. 55 1 rl 1' L 7 K' , '64 'P Ml. .A W 3' S- Ji' . , n W f f Q A 3 F 1. 6 3 . 2 M W 'Q A l s W A W? . IIDIOCIO IIC! . . - ' III! ill! llllliii .DOO . IICCIU Dill . ' OIIOOIODUDIOC . I . P UMW CLUB The officers are as follows President John Voorhees Secretary Barbara White Treasurer Joseph Pennell Faculty Adviser Mr Harold Brown Due to the financial assistance of the Morse High School Athletic Association under the direction of Henry D Small, the Morse High WMU Club succeeded for the first time in a number of years in rais ing the money for the Senior sweaters Throughout the spring months ice cream was sold in the upper corridors. Large profits were also received from check rooms at the basketball games, Mohiba Talent Parade, and Mohiba Ball. 56 H ' 1 V --,,,, ,'Y no f Q , .f-all 5- 1 M ,, ,n Ffffgfyl ? 'f 1 f', ,,, ' --.0 .n4'Y AK T A -v '. ' 1 .T 'M Loud ' K M- .. H t .- 1' ' , , ' ., , -. r 2 7 . ' N, K - 5 ,aaa ' 9 K , I sl' S K X. v f3 l 33 L A Q ,.,,.. ,.... H., . .. , . . ,. ...-,. , , W, ' n . ........... IDI! CIOC! lliilliilll ' ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STANDING STAGE COMMITTEE The Standing Stage Com ittee, under the faculty supervision of Hr J Edward Pomeroy: has this year enjoyed a very successful season serving at all assemblies, plays, and school productions, and unofficially at all independent stage shows or performances conducted in the school auditorium The committee holds the distinction of being one of the two fraternal societies in the high school It is under the leader ship of a chainman and assistant chairman, and is one of the most active of all organizations, serving the school at least once a week throughout the entire school year This year a portion of the committee accompanied Swamp Spir to the district one act play contest in Brunswick and, besides its stage handling, has helped gather properties and produce sound effects for plays throughout the year Notable among the productions staged by the committee were as follows Mohiba Hit Revue, Senior Class Play, Junior Class Play, One Act Plays, an numerous other shows and assemblies Members of the committee are as follows: Loring Hart - Stage Manager Kenneth Hill J. Edward Pomeroy - Faculty Adviser Frederick Andrews Robert Rice - Assistant Manager Larry Wold 57 dx! 9 Q but and 'fir K CHEERLEADERS Swlng that ball, truck on down, Come on, Morse, go to town, Do the Shag, and the Suzy Q Come on, Morse, scalp that crew' Slx new cheerleaders, who led the cheerlng for the Jayvees, were added to the ranks thls year from the three lower classes, two from each class A contest was held the flrst of the season and from the many glrls who trled out were plcked Janet Colley and Lorra1ne Holmes of the Junlor class, Mary Morse and Anna Merrlll of the Sophomore class, and Ellzabeth Trott and Ruth Small of the Freshmen class These glrls met wlth great success and we hope that they wlll contlnue to do so Graduat1on takes our four veterans of the Varslty squad They are Helen Tabor, Barbara Whlte, Mary Anderson, and Martha Morse Thls quartette lntroduced many new cheers whlch were met w1th much enthusiasm Numerous pep rallles were held throughout the season. Varlous cheers and speakers made up these programs which proved beyond the shadow of a doubt that the students of Morse Hlgh School get behind thelr teams. oO ,S 3 ' 1 , - A A i -.sf--E Q 3 'gif ai V115 A gg f Q -V E if W, E Q E i Fl 'fy' ff' L' . . 1. ' ,M .v f '4-4'1'Vsn D . . . . . . . . . I--I ' 9' IIIf'N inw- az..-its, FOOTBALL With high hopes for a successful club, Coach Small started early season practice to groom his many returning regulars and potential candidates For the first time in many years, Morse High added Edward Little of Auburn to their schedule, the 1961 State title hold er of Maine Football laurels The co operative spirit of all the boys made possible wins over such strong teams as Gardiner with a two year undefeated record, Rockland, Madison, Brunswick, Norway, and Cony High Schools Many critics believed this team to be the greatest over a period of years Morse loses by graduation Joseph Pennell, Harold Peasley, Bruce Fulton, Clifton Leeman, Milton Gediman, John Voorhees, Robert Besaw, Stanley Brown, and Leon Robbins. Their schedule was as follows: Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse O 13 lk 6 13 18 O 26 25 Edward Little lb Jay O Kennebunk O Gardiner O Rockland O Norway O Sanford 6 Cony 7 Brunswick 7 61 ...,.... . . , W ,, ......- -, i W M - A --..... ,.....,, . , ,.. . .-. 6 ..- . .,..........-., s......... .X l -.av--.-Q.--.....v.., 5 " ,......... ..-.. , V. , , , , a .,,. - -,,.,.-,.... -, ,............ - W , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,------ Y - ----- ----M - -- ..., ......... ,.,., . az: ,wu, Wm .u.....-, . , ,--Q-,mm N -- ,V Y .......i....,.. . f "-'r" A122-1 n 7 r , , ssl.. '- K 'ti' 1 i 1...-.. I' f-Q... . .N L .. ,.- . J . .fi V f "" v ,. ' f. V Y . , N A . I Y,w,Q,-fM-.- M Qu, .. I , , ..-M , ,A A. W A ,Z ., K, , f ' . - A . f- . ,Q f, Q , W K 'rl o , . , 9" . A A A B - . 6 -4 - ,,f ,M -. ,Q at -L ,, ,af . . . . . . . . . , .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 VARSITY BASKETBALL Coach Clyde Hatch accepted a permanent posltlon at the Bath Iron Works, thus leavlng the team wlthout a mentor Durlng the summer the school obtalned the S6PV1C6S of Raymond Reed, former Fryeburg Academy and Sprlngfleld College athlete Wlth four regulars back, hopes ran h1gh for a successful season and Coach Reed started 1D to b 1ld a tournament team During the season the squad engoyed two worthwhlle accompllshments, the flrst, breaklng a seventeen year Jinx in the LBW1St0n Armory by beatlng Lewlston Hlgh, and the second, defeating Edward L1ttle of Auburn last year's State champlons, 1n both games The team was picked to play ln the Western Malne Tournament and was defeated in thelr openlng game by Deerlng High The schedule was as follows Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Alumnl Thornton Portland Deerlng Westbrook Lewlston Ed Llttle Rockland Morse 25 Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Deerlng Cheverus So Portland Westbrook Sanford Lewlston So Portland Cheverus Portland 2 D 30 ' L+O l6 19 Morse 3A Rockland 2h Morse 3h Ed. Little 20 19 27 . 19 29 33 20 ' 25 l-+3 53 ' 20 30 ' Al ' 21 30 . 39 . ' 28 29 A6 21 21 ' 28 62 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL The J V regulars of last year all moved to the Varslty squad leavlng Coach Glynn to bulld an entlrely new team Many Freshmen COmpPlSed the club, and thls g1VSS us a rosy outlook for the future of Morse High basketball The fought e helped Robert season was fllled wlth many excltlng close games and hard tussles leadershlp of Joseph Ham ond, Nlck Poulos, and Leo Couture to make the team successful Wallace Mayo, Davld McDonald Wagner, Kenneth Hlll, and Kenneth Wllson all played heads up ball and deserve recognltlon The managers were Fred and Dlck Andrews 63 e 0 . , o 1 Q f . - s ' , Q 1 -'Q-'W x BRS F4945 Wi iid BASEBALL toach Reed was unable to remaln for the baseball season to start for when lt dld, the bugle called, and he lS now an lnstructor ln Physlcal Educatlon at Maxwell Fleld, Montgomery, Alabama Coach Small took over and made posslble games Nlth Brunswlck, Llsbon Falls, and Boothbay The tlre problem broke up the Kennebec Valley League and also smashed the hopes of the golf team's wlnnlng thelr confer ence crown Danlel Hatch, playlng shortstop th1s year, made hls letter, to be the only four letter man of our class The team had a flne season under a new tutor and wlll mlss thelr star pltcher, Joe Pennell, shortstop Danlel Hatch, flrst baseman, Harold Peasley, and manager, John Lowery The schedule 15 as follows Morse 1 Brunswlck ll Morse 2 Llsbon Falls 1 Morse 5 Boothbay Harbor 2 Morse 9 BFUUSW1ek 8 Morse Lisbon Falls 4 Unplayed 61+ ---uv----' ,--..--..--f-f - V 'f ....mwWw. K .......... 1 R a ' 1 l 1, I . ,. 'X oi lf ' , 1 ,, . , X ...- -Q 5- '- i ' Lk f 4 X wa' X , 1 9 ' I I I j ' 9 A . ,, . 3 X . O . .x. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL The J V regulars of last year all moved to the Varslty squad leavlng Coach Glynn to bulld an entlrely new team Many Freshmen comprlsed the club, and thls g1ves us a rosy outlook for the future of Morse High basketball The fought he helped Robert season was fllled wlth many excltlng close games and hard tussles leadershlp of Joseph Hammond, Nlck Poulos, and Leo Couture to make the team successful Wallace Mayo, Davld McDonald Wagner, Kenneth Hlll, and Kenneth Wllson all played heads up ball and deserve recognltlon The managers were Fred and Dlck Andrews 63 f 1 , - - . . 1 . . . . Q ' I . . . Q a f ,BHS lx N75 situ BASEBALL Coach Reed was unable to remaln for the baseball season to start for when lt d1d, the bugle called, and he 1S now an lnstructor ln Physlcal Educatlon at Maxwell Fleld, Montgomery, Alabama Coach Small took over and made posslble games wlth Brunswlck, Llsbon Falls, and Boothbay The t1re problem broke up the Kennebec Valley League and also smashed the hopes of the golf team's WlnnlUg thelr confer ence crown Danlel Hatch, playlng shortstop th1s year, made h1S letter, to be the only four letter man of our class The team had a flne season under a new tutor and wlll mlss thelr star pltcher, Joe Pennell, shortstop Danlel Hatch, flrst baseman, Harold Peasley, and manager, John Lowery The schedule lS as follows Morse l Brunswlck ll Morse Llsbon Falls l Morse Boothbay Harbor 2 Morse Brunswick 8 Morse M Lisbon Falls W Unplayed 6h Ml..Mwe.. i .W U, me-9 , y As -, fy 4' M , ,W . L ,gag ' ll fl , f I A .' - 5 W . I ' 5 O . 2 , 5 C? CLASS PARTS HEALTH FOR VICTORY Class Oratlon Approximately one century ago Lord Dlsraell, a BP1tlSh statesman remarked, HThe Publlc Health 13 the foundatlon upon whlch rest the happlness of the people and the welfare of the natlon W No state ment today could be more aptly expressed In thls flght for free dom, health should be the Llrst lmne of defense If our boys 1n the Army are not physlcally flt, the defeat of the Axls cannot be posslble If we at home are not physlcally f1t, we cannot provlde them materlals wlth the speed that 13 essentlal for vlctory Thls war has opened our eyes The percentage of regectlons because of physlcal defects lS hlgh for a natlon as advanced as ours H t should be a W3TH1Hg,n says Walter Camp, Hand lt ought to result ln a far broader understandlng of what physlcal COHd1t1OH and phy slcal educatlon really mean It 15 ln thls Nay only that we can meet the demands of modern c1v1l1zat1on N RSdllZlHb the need for wlde awake health program durlng our pre sent emergency, I wlsh to set forth three of the many ways of malntaln lng and promotlng a hlgh standard of health F1r t, the contlnulng of competltlve sports as a prlme factor ln the war effort, second, the malntalnlng of a physlcal tralnlng program on a progresslve basls as a necesslty, and thlrd, the practlclng of the slmple d lly exercise as a means of overcomlng body fatlgue In th1 country our love of competltlve sport and team play con stantly tends to develop men of strong and supple bodles, 61b1lV adapt able to changlng condltlons and perlods of physlcal str IH men vho preserve thelr youthfulness of bodv well lnto mlddle ge Our per formance ln World War I may be polnted dlrectly to thls tendency were able to take men from c1v1l1an l1fe and, 1U amazlngly short tlme, prepare them, therefore, competltlve sport c n be marked necessary, for lt lS not only a health bullder but also a means of recreatlon Thls lS one reason why our Presldent told the magor league baseball mavnates to go ahead 1th thelr plans for l9A2 The blg leagues pro vlde recre tlon for thousands and also glve Young Amerlca lnsplratlon to play the game Baseball, however, lS only one of many sports hlch bulld up stamlna But no matter what your favorlte sport m y be lS sure to asslst you ln the development of mlnd and body Tralnlng as a preparatlon for games and contests should be pro gresslve, but not exhaustlng to v1tal1ty There should oe a general balldlng up of the system and the are gradual lncrease of the powers to meet the great effort whlch comes at the tlme of the flnel ontest A boy v1ll not only be successful 1U the accomplishment of hls purpo e 11 he does thls but he w1ll also bulld up bodlly strength and acqulre a knowledge and hablt of normal physlcal tralnlng Jh h wlll enlble nlm to carry on through llfe The contest MhlCh the boy lS goln to face when he leaves school and goes out to meet the world d nds the preparatlon the athletlc contest demands O5 . . . . . 9 . . y. . S , . . - . . 11 5 .' ,. . . 1 . . . . , . . . . , , . . . . ' X , . . . . . . . . I . , . . . . . . , , . . . , , . . . . . . , . . G N . . N Ca. - . O " . . . . . . W . H . . p D . . . . . . I. . . . . l . N. f . . . . . . . . . I - . . . S . - . y 5, U , . . . . . A. , G "', V '.A V a . - . . . . . ,We . . . . F . . . . a . . . . "' u . . . . D w . , - a . 1. 1'1- . . . . . a , lt . 1 A Cf' o . F . . . , . 1. . . , Q . , - . - , . f r ' . r fx 1 A A M, 1 1 v ,'.' ' ,. ' ' S . . . . . . , , M L L. ' f 1 1C f .. . . . . ' ' 5 . . ' ema Jr . r . It is our patriotic duty to keep physically fit. Our country has need of men sound in body. Take part in a competitive sport of your liking. See to it that the young people are getting the necessary training. Forget the rationing of gasoline and tires, and take that walk around the block that you've been putting off for years. Daniel Hatch THE PROGREsS oF EDUCATION Salutatory Good evening, parents teachers, and friends As you see us before you this evening, I imagine that each of you is thinking something different All we parent are probably saying, Don t you think Jane looks a bit too gro n up this eveningon NIt just doesn't seem possible th t our little Johnnie is really old enough to oe wearing long pants, let alone getting out of school' From the teaching section of our audience we would perhaps hear HI never expected to see all of that class graduating tonight H Others, feeling the excitemert of the occasion once more, murmur over and over, UIsn't this a lovelv graduation I don't believe I've ever seen a prettier one But no matter how many varied thoughts are d elling within our minds on this memorable evenin whether our formal schooling terminates tonight or we go on to higher institutions of learning, Ne, the class of l9L2, al have one vely importart thing in comm n, every one of us has a funda mental education Perhaps it vould be well here to trace back over the ands of time to the typical lives of others who com pleted their educxtions so very different from our own, many years ago, and to notice p rticularlf how each type of schooling tied up with the civilization of that special age, for one of the most revealing nays to measure a n tion's progress is to exanine the advancerent of its edu ation Greece was the center of the cultural world, and Je become aC quainted ith two Greek boys, Thersites and Hithrides Ther sites comes from Sparta where emphasis s placed upon brawn, rather than brain Nhen he s fir t born, he was examined by a council of Elders vho, luckily for him, decided that he was healthy enough to live, if he Jere found other ise, he would have been exposed to the elements until he died When Thersites reached his seventh year, his educ tion was begun under the tute lage of a public off cer It was not an educ tion in our sense of the word, lor not the mind, but only the body, was developed Our Sp rtan boy Nas t ught to endure untold hardships and to t tain the suprer cy of physical fitr ss which charact rized his race Un the other hand, Nithrides, Jho perhaps does not have Thersites perfect oody, nevertheless h s a rind which can think for itself He has attended a private school and become vell versed in reading, riting, arithmetic, NUolC, and gymn stics, and, :hen he reached C7 ., . ' ' . , s ' " ' ' ' w - ' ' . or . , 6 . . . ' 1 ' ' F u . . F F , . . I . . ? . . in . H . . . . . g, . . . . . F , .. . .L F . A . . is F F - . ' . FF F ' 6 ' , ' . FT F . 5 . F F A N F F . h F . C A A 6 . . . c A ' cs ' . First of all, we wend our way back to the ancient days when 'vu " - . W. . I. . 0 - ' I A 4 A f ' i . . 4 . ' wa ' s ' , A . F . . . F 1 . G ' . U Y W . .I l I J . i F' I ' a ' - ' f ' i . -f a ' ' . a ' 2 ., ' a - ' la ' I' .cs ' e ' ' 1 . , F A. . F A F . . 8 A. FF. . . . F L . F Y - . . W . . F . . A F. D 8 . F F DEMOuHACY THROUGH THE AGES Honor Essay Democracy ray be defined as a form of government and social life based on the equalitv of men ln this sense li goe back into pre h storic tunes back even to the First men In fact, these first people knew no other form of government Thev worked together in peace Their needs vere few food, shelter, clothirg, protettion from ninals Each man's po ition was determined b his use to the group They had no thoughts of rule or hostility to ard each other, they wanted only the few things necess ry to life Then came another era in which the intere ts of these groups con flicted Disputes over land, food suppli s, and shelters led to the fonnation of hostile tribes The democr cy of earlier times could not meet the new conditions Strong leaders arose and organized their tribes for conquest and plunder Some of these tribes rem in ed simple in customs, living in their natural surroundings, and pro gressing little They developed savage, w8FllKS natures, and bv traditions e tablished systems of weird rites and superstitious pract ces Such were the Teutonic tribes when the Romans under Julius uaesar conquered them, the Asiatic tribe that drove th Europeans ahead oi them into the Roman Empire, the American Indians today Some of these tribes, however developed great civilizations There were the Babylonians and the Egyptians who gave us much in cicnce and thought the Oriental peoples who at one tune had the greatest civilization on earth, the Mayans, Aztecs, and Incas of Latin America, whose ruined cities, constantly being unearthed reveal a highly developed civilization When the Greeks rose to power and conquered the known rorld, they gave to it their culture, and later the Romans, conquering the GPPQKS, borroxed their culture and learning, and added their own to it Civilization had reached a new height Science, philosophy, literature, and art had become central in daily life And yet, with all this external progress, with all this wealth of knowledge, what had happened to Democracy Democracy, as such, had disappeared There was no eouality of men, there was not even a truly democratic form of government in existence It is true that the Greeks had revived a limited demo tracy for a time, but it did not establish the equality of men Slavery and war were accepted not only es necessary, but also as desirable Even their religion sanctioned var and expansion by force In fact the people thought that they could best please their gods by great conquests and deeds op br very Their ideals had become so p rverted th t they thought that nothing would be more glorious than death in b ttle And so at the peak of the Roman Empire we find a orld in hitn not one na+ on could claim the right to be called democraty 71 fi N W T" , 1 ,, ' f n f - . l A . 1 'K . . , Q 1. i A, S ., S . - i . . 1 - a. N L . . I . ' 9 ' ' :J . . v' ' - 1 I 1 . a 'L . s' ' if y ' - . F I . V-Nyr r 1 0 - . F1 . . . . . ,.Ex . . . . 8 . . . . A N, H . . S . 1 d. . . . i . ' , ' ' ' . nr l J. . . S S A F , . 1 . , L . . when Columbus discovered America, and many tribes of Asia and Africa A . V , , g . . . . . . .K F 1 . S .J K S . f . . I . W . . . J. , , it . . Y x, . I ,y V J. V . V ? Q C Y .... , , . v A , , . - . . . . A . , Q, v. 'I ' r fl Z 1 . . . ' e a ' W c M ' ' fx , : . . t ,N . N .,. , 1 Ui . I c ai 1 'N . ,ur w lf L netfercd After En land deoldref Har on F pc f ,Q Lmvo vef nw IU errm Lon.1 1 ol l null DF n 'orpf 1 odrpelv D H13 n u fp T11 o c e , L tle fno wor .Cr o A xf lcro cy pn du o lip t l LVFI tnln n + an Q oon lb pC5vlU e du t the pe oe too e , e effe lor Deuo I C , t muet Goceot de ocr tlp orlnplolee Those eountrles 1 1 h re now tle en mleo f Demo r my t L or 1HlZrd end led not onl5 o oe , out e o To dnw r ni love t1e deroerntle vey of ll e, nc nw o nnot e ompl hed l It or Owl through Cont nu Jus effort ard the oread f ein Llor to ide meeses can any laot ng effe ts o obtained neltn r C n lt be eccowpllehed unlees tne dSHOCTdClES pnlte mltk 1 deep d0t6PllH tlon that thlS tlre Democ rfcy muet .ln e + Demoer cy to wpre H, we must Yelp to epread t we s a n tLon vu t t ke our place n tde world ard help to unlte all PQtlOH5 1U C true r endenlp bw ed on common lnterests conmon deels, end un w re l devotlon to the Demoor tlc ey of llfe Gertrude Dole 73 O ie 'adn lllus on li P Q ,-2 . 'X g ee ' ei W J Jfwfxeny, une ln':r1xe gmvre f1xizyo"' 'I' l :l Q ,f t :' wtf il I ff' ere untd l iff' wwlf me iw ve 7 Je.. H 'gd lkl entvl' tEn2 wal' on ref er. T.' is ot, as pe sed ow ,l'nk, Eur p:'5 wir' it '5 1, .' le ' -ld S Wi . lt li a t tml H'r - Q war b Lw:en f:1 ern: 1 d ' t C'1ey. He md: do 2 3'y 'f Ejeh1 f r yemar to 4 d it ae Ge. : ' p'3"l , r t me must not stop tnere. There is an even greater etrugglw to be won a ge 'll . lf the world if to be med ew ' M C'e y i A ' b YL f ' A f 'I ' I . i ' ' bis e' " no 'J 51' C o 'H C ffi Yami be re-X ga ' 2 ' 7 f t eooipt ' 'ls A ' Ler"pld a Q ' o l, .,n ' J 4' u' 'f 2 i .if s N b, Loo lie- e.l e moe. - I ' i H 0' -A J' F , o or C?" . 1 Le P - i A C .Z . ' vp: 4 E . Q L ,.k A . W ' ' 'F H' 1 2 I V X,x' 2 ' f ' 'H - 1 A o W' . lf n wane l , f S 1 . " M .ll 4 l i . Y e w ' H 2 a ' i i l A ' .' ' ' 1 5 i " ee .. r ' V ' , .Q 1 Q f ' Lev: ,a 1 . e wfl " . Settlng Props oLASS PHOPHEBY OF l9A2 The Den of two Gypsles Small table, overed o he floor v tn a d FK lovered C otr Two brass candle stloks holdlng two ghted candle St ge darkened The two gypsles come on to +he stage ed llke and reclte fne followlng poem 'We are tre gypsles of 'L2 Ne wlll tell your fortunes true Now these fo tune aren't for year after next, But for the year fifty slx As you come down one by one, We'll endeavor to read your palm H One of the gypsles recltes thls followlng poem wh le the other slts down at the table HNow first on our llst lS a glrl that's flckle are talllng for Margorle N1chols'H Now Margorle comes down and slts opposlte the gypsy at the table Phe gypsy does the talklng 13 to Tlmbuctoo There and what Just you the name a personallty' two' Ah, what of thls superb Uwe Yes, you vlll meet a mo t dear frlend vtth gray eyes You wlll contlnue to travel for a long tlme a beautlful frlendshlp' would you llke to know creature? why, 1t's M ry Anderson are calllng for a boy, 1t's true Rlchard Dennlson, we do mean you NM1ster D6HUlSOH9H Your soft llttle paw, please' why, you aren't marrledo How pltlful' But, yes, you are' Why, what's the matter wlth my fores1ghtedness9 Ah, I understand now, dlvorce' One, two, three four tlmes DO you llke blSCultS9 Maybe they couldn't cook' But next tlme perhaps you'll have better luck and meet the Margorle Mllls of our class Bruce Fulton HHere 15 a glrl who'll make her mllllons, You know who we mean 1t's Dlbby Wllllams HYou, my dear, have a beautlful future ln store' You are to be co owner of the Bubbllng Belle Beauty Salon You and your pa tner, Monsleur Lorlng Hart, are noted for the most Colossal Colffures ln town Incldentlf, we fore ee that one of Jour ste d est customers 15 B111 Hammond, the now Master of teremonles of the 'Estes Danclng Ba es' H 71+ ru A r rs : c t L ti 1 F a ' f W 1 Ai. ' ' s ' ' f ' li l ' s. a ' t ' , drfzs a ' ' ' J 1 1 fu- A' 3 r s - - ' ' ' " f i one 1. ! . . . . - we - . . . . . v - D NAha! I see great fortune here! I see a long trip! I think it ' ' . , 4' s' ' ff ' . ' ' a . 2. ' ' . ' ' f Ill 4 1 . l , -. . . . H .. ' B fl . "1 r I' . ' . 1 1' s . ' aui - b . H he next g1rl to come on over ls our class dancer 'une Stover H our palm, please' Ah, your l1fe 11ne how long, and how 1nter est1ng 1 can see that you are 1n Braz1l featured as the or1g1na1 UH11l B11ly lube Danceru from the U S A A part of your popularlty 15 due to your eff l6Uf staff Your f1r t stand 1U lS Barbara Jenklns Bruce 1ght, former our lass 1t, s your advert1s1ng manager, and B111 ynes furn shes all uslc e fects 1th h1s one man band Hoome and s t here, R Grd Corey, An we 111 te ou c r l1fe's story NAn amaz1ng future' AH extraordlnary future' A stupendous future' That 1 f r you' I n see a great v1ctory' It looks as though you have ust wo ccrtest' Ah, row 1 have 1t' You were Just voted by the So thern J a e sugar Soc1ety as the sweetest B1t o honey south of runn up to be ohn Voorhees N HDOttl9 N1lll.mS, come on a run, We'll tell your fortune and have some fun UDorothy NlllldmS Ah, yes' Let's see' Your career 15 to be that of a tr1pper of the l1ght fantastlc, your pup1ls, Dott1e Demure' D 1nty Dancers, are experts at the B1g Apple, the Rhumba, the Kongo Bongo, and soft shoe danc1ng Star Pup11s 1n the Can can are Dw1g Pl6FCe and Phillls BlSSOH wh1le the Sp6ClallStS 1U the g1tterbug class are Grace Crowley and Albert POVlCh 'Ne hear a boy who's g1v1ng a WhlH , some on Punk Staples Here's the s1gn nln your hand 1 see noth1ng but a pepperm1nt St1Ck' No, lt does not denote a hat bazaar, but rather a barbar shop I also note that your most regular customers are our moustached glamous boys, Dlck Steen and Dud Perry You three, along Jlth your soap box orator and ch1ef hanger on, o11f Leeman, are about to form a barber shop quartet to appear 1D Mar1lyn oHmmlHgS' Gay N1net1es' revue, soon to be seen 1D 1ts world prem1ere w1th Gertrude Dole as ch1ef usherette Added attrac tlOH3 v1ll be Eleanor G6dlF3H, Baby Barltone, and Jo Jo Pennell, as the oph1st1cated ol1loqu1z1ng soprano UNO for a g1rl who's not very tall, T e rect on our l1st 1 Bernadlne Dall H Hwhx, Bernad1ne, four love l1ne ls dara, very dark 1D faff' Just a mlnute now! Nhy, 1 can see Harry Hlgglfo, but he's blonde! Oh, not lOOk1Hg at your love llne at a11, but your professlon 1 1'neI That's why you two are runn1ng Ye Olde Black Havana C1gar Shoppe. 75 L+. T ' 1 L. .i-LH Y D . . . nu . - . , F . . . . . ' ic' Q . -' s -' ' ' . ,X wr' 1 ly 1 c 1 u' i 1 f ' ' ' Ra .1 ll rn 1 al fl vs' ' - . n . f . 5. 1 . avmf. d w w' ll y ' y u ' .H 's o '-'. , ca ' . j' n a ss. . 1 ' . - ' ' u 'I tis 7' ' ' fe H ' - - the Mason-Dixon Line. The chief judge, Millicent Coombs, declared your 1. er-1 - J . o. ' " 'a - . l,' ,. .F ?H u 0 . . . . , . . S 8. . - I . u . . 8 . ht 7. , . . . ei "' u- ' II , . . H v' -v-- -: , . . .l,,'?l' . . . . J. ' A . A . B S . . S . . . A . 8. w ' ' - ' h A 1 A I l S . ' . ' , ' , ' 1 ,X 1, , Y , f . ' f A ' ' f ' 'io , 1 l'm ' 1 ' a 1 o LAQS Ill, ne, the Class of 19Lq, of Gorse HJ 1 school, of the Pity rf Bat countJ 1 Sao Hahoc, and Stat of Iain , be ng c' Quad mind ani bc lo nfreb5 ake, pu l1Sh, aid dec are tl t ur vil a L testanent, 1H manner and form fOllOWlH7 e o, as a c1asa, heath upon V faculfj our very sincere banks an4 appreciation for he atien e th h ve eqown us GUFLNL our four ears at Norsf AH , h o a S o , do Nl Hoor L and Mr Watson, hop ng Tmaf the as e did and also ot ability to qu and oequfath to the J1HlOFS 11' take ae food care of them et donn n Rofm L at all times 9th I, John Voorheea, do Alll and bequeath my colle t1or of report after the 1F t be1 lHL do A111 b u ei 1rd bequeath to tne Sophonoies at their discretion rd We, the Clase ot 'L2, our Senioz May Ball tickets to 1 , the las o 'ul df will Ano bequeath to the Freshmen SUCCESS 5th 1, D8Hl9l Hatch, do will and oequeath all my headache acquired from Sen1or claee meetings to next year'e Sen1or Class presi dent oth 1, Eleanor G9d1W8H, do 111 ard bequeath my feather bob to Marg Morse of the Sophomore class 7th 1, Lorlng Hart, io N111 and beque th my scholastic abilitg o thallie Sul11van of the Junior class 8th I, Dor S Sticmney, do N 11 and benueath mf eomber expres ion and 'JHlLl1 attitude tovalds one and efery suogett to Alma T11t cf the Sophomore class cards d6f1C16HCV ca lUH1O class o t t h 1 from Naine to Florin ds, and condu c t H okbwu Lev of e he may see F e' mis on, 5 N and beqieath v many men ec,ttered to C rme Huge of the Fre mn n c1 1 1, A b t V 1 , 1 l nd beque th FY q 1et manner n dlgFl1 to Richard Footer of tne Junio 77 f' f' 1. 7 KJ n V U . - L I fgl ' . o' ' 2 ,h, G ' A 1' 00 VGA' I3 ' n 1? 1, in E 1 'A , 1 . . lily! 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A . u . i 1 ' vi . f oi .1 . s' . or "el ' 1 nt' ', " 1 :', . -L I , . . ,-- 1'l 'N f 1 f V ,o ' , W ' , ' ' V T 1 ' o ct ards o B 1 J ,'1ne th - ' r . 5 ha . ." 2 Nlat h 3 .' sing. 1Ot . , Mary Andere . to wil1 ' ,e1, mv if ' , ,sl 3 . 1 ' ' a or a M. 3 'e - , ' 51' a 2153. 1lt1. l er' ac cn FC W11 a , a 11 ,u'o, '. 1' a.d 'AA' Y Q "1 ft ' J ' ' r c1ass. 27th I Ruth Cogan, do wlll and bequeath my hablt of worrylng about one and all thlngs to Jane Trott of the Freshman class 28th I, Bruce Fulton, do wlll and bequeath my saucy smlle and l1lt lng volce to WBobbyH Dolan of the Sophomore class 29th I Allce Dennlson, do N111 and bequeath my passlon for U Dances to Margaret Rlch of the Junlor class 30th I, Blchard Steen, do wlll and bequeath my hablt of lnterlor decoratlng to George Kakos of the Junlor class 3lst We, Eugene Bablne and Clarence Clark, do wlll and bequeath our nswers to any and all questlons put before us by Mlss Bose to HEdd1eH Jones and UD1ckH Poulos of the Junlor class 32nd I, Helen Hlgglns, do wlll and bequeath my Hglgglesn to Betty Vlncent of the Sophomore class 33rd I 1U front the lamp to Davld 3bth I Frank Wrlght, do w1ll and bequeath my speclal parklng space of the bulldlng Cunder the cond1t1on that he does not damage post whlch NBobH Goodrldge holds up mornlng, noon, and Hlghty Deanond of the Freshman class Margorle Nlchols, do wlll and bequeath my many anxlous moment of waltlng for the mallman to Glorla Leavltt of the Freshman class 35th I, Bruce Wrlght, do wlll and bequeath my ablllty to entertain Mrs Herrlck vlth w1tty saylngs and oral composltlons to HJoeH Spear of the Junlor class 36th I, Bettle Bowers, do grandu look to Betty Small 37th I, George Hersom, do hlnd Bummy on all football w1ll and bequeath my rapturous Ulove lS of the Sophomore class wlll and bequeath my seat on the bus be and basketball trlps to HD1Ckl9n Andrews of the Freshman class 38th I, Barbara Whlte, do wlll and bequeath my tltle of HGod s glft to humanltyn to UDott1eH Dunn of the Freshman class 39th I, Robert Klngsbury, do wlll and bequeath my blush of ver mllllon hue to oyu Leeman of the Freshman class AOth We, Phyllls Blsson, Elsle Skallng, and Allce Avery, do will and bequeath our lnseparable comradeshlp to Elalne Noyes, Frances C Ilan, and Ann Desmond of the Freshman class Llst I, Bernadlne Dall, do wlll ard bequeath my short sklrts to Betty Lou Hlll of the Junlor class 79 '! 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C I A T Y I 0 THE DEBT WE ONE Valedlctory Through ln varlous The growth man to what extent thls mad race tage from a pr1m1tLve of sclence nd knowledge wlth greater powers than vested wonder The Europe nearly ages lnnumer hle the lVlllZ3tlON of the world has rlsen tatus to a world of modern mlracles lncre slng through the years has he has ever dreamed of, and now we of progress wlll contlnue growth of learnlng and culture whlch h d 1ts beglnnlngs 1U has spread to the contlnents of the Amer c and now envelopes the ent re forld Wlth so large a portion of the globe now c1v1l1zed ve flnd lt dlfflcult to belleve that 1U thls modern era war and terror should prevail Hov clearly 15 lt shown that 1n no matter what age or perlod the governlng lHflUPHC6S on men's mlnds have not changed, and 1U thls respect we are as pr1m1t1ve as those rude belngs whom we conslder our ance tors There 15 StPlk1Hg symbollsm ln the fact th t the present war plts the peoples of tre western hemlsphere agalnst those OL the old World Does thls mark the downfall of the anclent and former customs and the blTfh of a new era whlch Wlll core Lnto belng at the close of the present tonfllcto Accordlng to the wattern of development the lUCF93SlHg scale of our wars must end elth r n thf destructlon of the entlre world or lH a serles of wars wlth our leighborlng planets Into thls mad world of war and chaos we as the advancmng generatlon must flnd our place Each of us must go forth to lnscrlbe upon the records of hlstory and achlevement hls part ln the m klng of the world and hls accompllshments durlng that perlod ln whlch h1s soul dwells the condltlon whlCh we call llfe The lnterval from blrth to death 15 short nd seems scarcely to afford tre necessary tlme 1n whlch an lndn vldual may accompllsh somethlng of a nature benefnclal to the world and to h1s fellow men lf we are to dle and tae world 15 to go on wlthout us as lt has gone on Nlthout the lnnumerable belngs who have gone before us, why 15 lt that we should strlve for the betterment of our mlnds and bodles only to become as dust at the tennlnatlon of all our efforts? The answer to thls cue tlon l1es 1D the one opportunlty afforded to make our llves vortnwhlle, the relat1onsr1p to belngs, whlch through our sen es God has granted u Were other l1ves be 1des our ovn we should seek nelther success whlch we are our fellow lt not for nor the betterment of our character , but slould be content to llve lf search only for food and shelter untll the monotony of our llvlng should be relleved by long sought death Truly then we owe to those who have done so much to make our llVlUg worthwnlle our utmost efforts to brlng about for them and future generatlons a l1fe more happy and secure, and, whether NS ourselves are remembered or not, to ac ompllsh somethlng e ther to help than or to help ourselves to assume our place 1U the ranks of those who endeaxor to take part ln the work whlch goes to make 81 . . . . . . El. C 'J ' S 5 .. . 3 ' ' Q f N , E1 ' , . Pi 1.' . '- . . - A I . . . . 0 I . . II . . . . v I C . ' 4 an . . A 4. no -T -f ' 0 f ' 4, V Q - . . . 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'Wu . .u-"NON nomD11mPnta of fT Ike Sophomofe Clam Preaudent Hoy Peaslef V1 e Pre ldent Mary Morse epretary Jean Stanton F culty Advlser Mrs Ruth E Wl1SOH 100 rQO1T Sncceas to the Class of 19A2 TEL DFO'E 1911 BATH, MhINE f' '1 ' A L I, s 0 u 1 I 1 a s Q u ' X 'C - 5' , ..... S W .......... Treasurer..........Kennetn Hill a ' .... . . " h, N. ST. 1 ' I I F , 5.44 A AY BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 19A2 ""V'iW' DOUGLAS PHOTO SHOP COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY BATH MAINE 3. P. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I9h2 MAY YOU SOAR TO THE HEIGHTS AHEAD ll Come to us for anythlng PHOTOGRAPHIC Th0mps0n's Studlo M9 EIN STREET BATH, MAINE 4 lixl I :!1'lfp!'f'S, "W frzvif In I W Halleffs Urugg Store iqflllllml lien v A- fl' I ULISH BIQSOH fTufwTI MOTLR EAPnLsS A1J here Andtlmeu NOV NG leful iandlllg 14 uumberlwnd St Commer lal Qt Br'msw1ek, Ve Bath, Me H one Phone 239 M e vlv 'Q t, ckuortur bf to extend to Y e fT Q f 442, cur best lehes or fe A freruge H +ee pest , 1 ale 'O JL ve fou an the future FRSON sou ss nr unc Your Pqu bo Q+creU J, L New ,enT TV LhH S P A :EQVICE I O 1 A in AGENT "TfV F ' W ' h" k A , . . YI - F-,W ' v v' T A 4. Ca' ' ff , 'Y cf 6. - K , C.. . I , Q A !- 1 . .1 1 . , 'H V lei 1 V - DJQ u 'SY1 Q N 'lkef t?1iS Jfj' .i ' . ,, ! V ,,Q X . ,h 9 mduatmng glee. 0 lfl, ' , H V f good luck li the future. W. :hunk you fer ycur pa, ,Ae in VL U end heye we migmt be 3' , ff? 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Nl E 'Nl , E 101+ FI'OI'1t Street Bath, Malne ,M 1 ,s A i , e V f I , 4 , ,ff -4' I' ' P fgspi' xx A vu x - ' 'I U ' ivi 4""'P4::.:,h Ml! gzmir. 9 Compliments of the Lat1n Club zz Apprwmizon The l9h2 Year Book Staff wlshes to thank all the advertlsers and all others who asslsted ln maklng thls book posslble We, ln turn, wlll show our appreclatlon to our advertlsers by our patronage The Class of 1942 O I I . . - - . s


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