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Mlth energy and ablllty be goes about hls task
Basketball Manager 2,3, Band l,2,3, Orch l,2,3
Dramatlcs Club Pres 3, Ph1 B1 Chem Club 2,3, Stage
om 2,3 Dramatlcs Club l,2,3 Nohlba 2,3, Debatlng
Fred's the flash of the Chemlstry Lab and really goes
to town on those bases and aclds at present he's 1n
the Slgnal orps strlnglng wlre for Uncle Sam
ROBERT BOURGET Bobby'
'The llttle man who gets around U
Manual Arts Club l, Basketball 3, Softball 2
HBobbyH may be small and qulet but he gets there gust
the same He's everybody's pal and ought to make a
lot of frlends ln the Navy
KENDALL CHAPMAN Ken
HL1ghts, actlon, camera'H
Softball 2, L tln Club 2,3 Phl B1 Chem Club 3, Student
Councll 3, MOV1Hg Plcture Progector 3 A
Ken was the camera flend of the class and h1s camera
:ent every where wlth hlm At present he 15 at the
Maine Marltlme Ac demy ln Castlne Best of luck
VEJNETH HARLES RO'KER Ken
'Those that 3CCOmpl1Sh most make the least nolse H
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very well llked by hls classmates N
best of luck 1U the armed forces, and we
make many frlends
HHe dabbles ln everythlng from athletlcs to love H
Basketball l,2,3, Manual Arts Club l
Leo :as a real asanova and had many loves No doubt
he 13 l1v1ng up to that old havy trad1t1on 'A g1rl
ln every port H
JOSEPH FRANCIS DESMOND Joe
HHe's all buslness vhen he's tlred of play
Basketball 2,3, Soph Hop Com 2, Jr Prom Com
Manual Arts lub l
dhere Joe ls, there 1S always fun He's the chlef
Joker of the Class of 'LA and we certainly mlss hlm
especlally at oarl's after school
NURMAN IAQUITH GUYNN
'I love speed
Manual Arts Club l, Tlcket Com for Jr Play 3
B sketball Usher l,2,3
Norman was lucky, he had a perfect rlght to speed
and there was nothlng he llked better At present
German ln hls way
'A llght heart llves long
Here we have Exhlblt A ln the Museum of Phllanthrop
lcal Humorlsts Jlsecracks, w1tt1c1sms, and forecasts
of the wlnnlng football teams are hls speclaltles
Although Dale detests gasollne ratlonlng and wage
deductlons, he w1ll suffer no annoyance from these or
awhlle, as he has entered Uncle Sam's Navy Good
GERALD RAYMOND LEMOINE Jerry'
ULove lS llke the measles we all have to go through
Football l,2, Jr Soc Com 3, Mohiba l,2, Student
Councll 3, DF8m8t1CS Club 1, Manual Arts Club l
Glee Club l,2, Muslc Club l
Yes, we all have to go through lt, but if we had the
measles as many tlmes as Jerry has been ln love we'd
all be a pretty spotted bunch Jerry was the only
crooner our class has had and he wasn't bad elther
ANDREW LONG Andy'
Ulf quletness be the wlnner, I shall never lose
Andy was one of the qu1etes+ boys ln the class H
lS now servlng 1n the U.S. Navy and we know that he
15 dolng a real job for Uncle Sam. Good luck, kld
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JULIUS MAHLOM ILES
' e'5 happy, Snappy, full of Deo Qlrls o.1'd better
etch our step H
W l a Food 1+nlete and sport out l thlnk h1s
fiuorlte port s sleepl 5 lH L t1n cl A
r ddlHg W 116 there 1 no better fe lol, nd I8
1sh lm the best of luck
LJHOY ELMEH PEASLEY Hov
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olass Pres 2, student OJHCll 3 Pres OlHCll 3
ohlbe EA oom 2, noys horue POOtb8ll 2
Roy s everJone's pal rd an all round guy
ledder among the tu'ents es ell on tne football
fleld and be ketbdll court ae d e sure he ll be a
great adv ntage to the M r ne Corps
BLR ARD IltLlhY PHAT UPr tty
' stend1ng but rot outspoken H
less Pres l, Football ,2,3, Jasnetbel 2,
student OdFCll l
Pratty 15 one of those qu1et ethletl s Pe never
used to tilk uch unless lt to H1 d lf he
SdllS a sh1p the vsy he used to C rr, football the
vJ h s 1 real s 1
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La V is che of ihx happy A 'S ,' our 21abS.
N tkF.j botuers Sim, not even home work. He is
in the fA:1.f', nd' h Ci "" I VPN
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MORSE HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
Front Row Left to Rlght
Mrs Ellnor Perrln, Mlss V1rg1n1a Jewett, N153 Cather1ne Leonard, Mlss
Katherlne Conley, Mrs Catherlne Huse, Mlss Beatrlce Tltcomb Mrs Cllnton
Wllson and Mlss Mary H Conley
Mlss Julla Robb1ns, Mlss Adema Smlth, Mrs Ellzabeth Coombs Mrs Frances
Young, Mlss Hester Rose, Mrs Margaret Flaherty, Mrs Anne Glpson, Mlss
Ellen Rhoades, and Mlss Elalne 'oodhead
Mr Llnwood Abbott, Mr Davld Alkazln, Mr J Edward Pomeroy, Mr Horace
P Herr1ck, Mr Nathan Watson, Mr Paul Merlesena, Mr Harold Brown, an
Mr Henry Small
Llnna Marle Purdue
Paul ne orosb
Mr J Edward Pomeroy
YEAR BOOK STAFF
Edltor lH Chlef
olass Presldent Ex Offlclo
SEhIOR uLAS OrFI ERS
NlChOl8S Poulos Jlce
Jean Stanton Q
ELIZABETH ANDERSON Betty'
HA smlle an angel mlght envy '
Student Councll 2 Pres Home Ec Club 3, Sec Dramatlcs
Club L, Basketball l,3, Archery 2, Soccer L, Volley ball
3, Sr Play, Lat1n Club l,2, Dramatlcs l,2,3,L, Soph
Dance Com , Woh1ba Ex Com , Jr Prom Com , Freshman
A truly beautlful glrl Let Hollywood keep Hedy
Lamarr we have HBetty U
HELEN AIMA AVERY
'sllence 13 sweeter than speech U
Basketball l,3,b, Hlklng l,2,3, Soccer A, Softball 3
Usher Sen Class Play, Class Day, Graduatlon, Home
Club l,2, Advert1s1ng Com Sen Class Play, Dem 3
Usher Jr Play
Helen 15 one of our few bashful glrls Boy' She
can really blush We're sure that you w1ll succeed
lH whatever you do Loads of luck
GERMAINE SENELL BOANEY
'Her world belongs to the energetlc
Vlce Pres Student uOUHCll L, Treas Stamp Club, Sec
G1rl's Athletlc Ass A, V1ce Pres Home Ec Club 2
Blcycle 2,3, Volley ball 2,3, Badmlnton 3, Basketball
l,2,3,h, Softball l,2,3,A, Soccer A, Ex Com Mohlba,
Archery 2,3, Hlklng l,2,3, Youth Rec Councll A
Nlnter Sports A, Year Book Staff
One of our most able members 1U the sportlng fleld
goes lnto the world wlth plans for nurslng best of
luck for the future'
PAULINE THERESA BRDNN Brownle
Good thlngs come ln small packages N
Hlklng, Soccer, Home Ec Club l
nBrown1eN loves to laugh and she doesn't care where she
She hasn't declded yet what she w1ll do after
graduatlng Could she be waltlng fO1 the Navyo
She s actlve ln a qulet way '
Usher Senlor Class Play A
Next fall Jane starts her nurslng career wlth best
wlshes from all her classmates We're sure she'll
be a real credlt to the Cadet Nurses Corp
FRANK RAYMOND CAHLETON Jr Speed Curly'
Hwatch the Fords go by N
Manual Arts 1,2
If there 1S any speed record to be broken, here 15 the
guy to break lt Frank 15 an enllstee of the Anmy A1r
Forces NSpeedH hopes to fly elther a P 38 or LO
sometlmes wonder lf he w1ll be dlsappolnted at thelr
JACQUELYNE M CASSIDY 'Jackle
'A qulet word 1U a qulet way '
nJack1eU hasn't been wlth us very long We know that
she wants to be a beaut1c1an, and thlnk she wlll make a
very good one Loads of luck to you, 'Jackle
WINONA LOUISE CLARK 'Nonle
HNon1eN lS one of the happlest g1rls ln our class
About flve mlnutes after the tardy bell has sounded you
w1ll see her strolllng 1nto room L uNOHl6n wants to
be a nurse, we're sure she wlll be a great success
LYN ALL E CORLISS Llndy' NLinda'
NBe careful, lts my heart
Band l,2,3,A, Orchestra 3, Usher Senlor Class Play,
Usher Concert for Band Boosters Club
You usually see HL1ndyN Nlth a smlle on her face Could
lt be the Marlnes that make her so happy Llndy wants
to be a Reglstered Nurse Ne all know th t she w1ll
make an excellent nurse wlth her sunny dlSPOS1t1OH
GORDON D CONAN Flash
Wdhlstle whlle you work '
Gordon clalms he's a r1f1e shooter If he shoots one
half as good as he drives that truck, the Anmy 15 golng
to have a real sharp shooter
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N Perfectlon 15 the polnt at hl h ll should alm H
Ba ketball l,2,3,A, Softball 2, Archery L, Home Ec
Club l, Year Book Staff TyplSt A
'Pollyu lS one of the more lndustrlous members of ou
class, and as a stenographer she couldn't be anythlng
ELEANOR IOJISE DAVIS
Hwhat a dellcate and graceful art, the art of
Transfer from Plttston Hlgh 3 Basketball 2 3
Latln Club 2,3, Spanlsh Club 2,3, Art Club l,2,3
Asslstant edltor of school paper l,2
Although Eleanor 15 almost new to us, lt dldn't
take us long to know her She lS an artlst of no
mean ablllty, and her glft of gab wlll take her places
MARY ELIZABETH DAVIS Betty'
'Just leave me alone lS all I ask
Transfer from PlttStOH Hlgh 3 Latln Club 2 3 Cheer
leader 2,3, Chrlstmas card com L, Usher Graduatlon 3
UBettyH 15 one of the few lucky glrls wlth a steady
who has a car Her 8mblt1OH lS to travel Nell, wo
and two make four
JUDITH DENNISON Judy'
'The only glft lS a portlon of thy self
Vlce Pres G A A A, Latln Club l,2,3 A, Sec 3 VlCe Pres
Phl Bl Chem 2, Student COUHCl1 A, Swlmmlng l Baske
ball l,2,3,L, Archery 2,3, Soccer A, Glee Club l,2,
Orch l,2,3, Band l,2,3, Dramatlcs Club l,2,3,L, Year
Book Staff, Mohlba 3, Mohlba Ex Com L, Volley ball
Softball l,2,3 A
From the bove actlvltles we know that Judy wlll make
a good Phys Ed lHStPUCtOF
DAVID EDJARD DESMOND 'Dave
Student Councll l,2,A, Treas A, Mohlba Ex Com l Vlce
Pres Jr Class 3, Year Book Staff, Mohlba Dance Com,
Sr Play, Fresh Dance Com , Sr Soclal, Jr Prom 3
NDave'sN ambltlon 15 to be a sports reporter and lf he
keeps on gOlHg at hls present speed, Blll Stern and
some of the others wlll see competltlon lH a few years
ROBERT CLINlON DOLAN Bobby'
Hfhe J1S6 carry thelr knowledge as they do thelr
watches, not for dlsplay, but for thelr own use W
Student Councll 2,3,L, Pres A, Class Pres 3
Nat Honor Soclety 3,L, Yearbook Ed , Jr Play,
Plav Latln Club l,2,3,L, Pres 3,L, Ph1 B1 Chem
Club 3,b, Debatlng Club, One Act Play, Softball 2
Mohlba Ex om , Chalrman L, Mohlba 2,b, Soph Soclal
Com , Ass Football Nanager, Freshman Assembly,
UBobbyN has done, 1n hls four years of Hlgh, what
everyone deslres Good Luck'
CLARENCE A DUNKLEMAN Dunk
'I see vlrtue ln hls looks
HDunk'sU recent arrlval to the Morse Hlgh reg1ster
from Cleveland, Ohlo explains the lack of St3tlStlC5
above Dunk, llke many other fellows, yearns to be
a pllot, and lf he sells the recrultlng offlcer on
hls ab1l1t1es as well as he sells the customers on
the quallty of Sears Roebuck automoblle supplles, he'
bound to succeed
MARGUERITE FLORIS DURGAN Rlssy'
Basketball l,2,3,A, Softball l,2,3, Swlmmlng 1,
Hlklng l,2,3, Volley Ball 3, oommerc1al Club 1, Home
Ec Club 1, Magorette l,2
WR1ssy s ambltlon 15 to be a Unlted States Navy
Nurse Could lt be she has a frlend lH the Navy
Good Luck, Rlssy
GERALDINE CRACE ESTABROOKS 'Gerrle
'Work flrst and then rest
uOUHCll member G A A , Year Book Staff, Basketball
l,2,3,A, Volley Ball 3, Archery L, Band l, Com
merclal Club l,2, Chrlstmas Card Com , Home Ec Club
Ushers Jr Play, Graduatlon Sr Play
HGerr1eH wants to JOlU the Cadet Nurses Corps
Je'll all mlss seelng her on the basketball floor
She lS a grand sport and we know that she w1ll succeed
IVA ETHEL FAUCHER
HThe greatest th1ngs ever done on earth have been done
by llttle people H
Home Ec lub l, Basketball l, Commerclal Club
Ethel 15 the smallest glrl 1n our class Her ambltlon
lS to be a stenographer or typlst Here's w1sh1ng
you luck ln whatever vou do, we're sure you'll be a
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HLaughter is the most healthful exertion.H
Basketball 1,23 Archery 2,3g Phys Ed. Demonstration,
Dramatics Club 2,3g Volley
Year Book Staffg Usher
Swimming lg Com. Club Play,
Sr. Playg Latin Club l,2g
ball 33 Ch. Program Com.,
Graduation 33 Mohiba 3,hg
Wherever Frances is found there's bound to be plenty
of excitement. May your future life in the business
world be just as lively as your past four years at
ELEANOR GRACE FULLERTON HRedH
NAin't love grandln
Commercial Club 2, Hiking 2.
You can always find HRedU by her hair--usually
find her in front of room L talking to a cer-
tain curly-headed lad. We think that she will
. make a very good secretary Good luck
MARV EVELYN FURBER
'Silence in women is like speech in men
Basketball l,2, Hiking l
Mary is one of the quiet girls of our class Her
ambition is teaching de don't see how she an
help but be a good one
IRIS H GARDNER
Ulf ever I am a teacher it will be to learn more
than to teach
Transfer from Merrill High, Class Reporter l 2
Yearbook Staff 2, Basketball l, one act play l
Outing Club 2, Dramatics Club 2, Science Club 2
Speaking Contest l
Iris ha been with us two years, but we really don't
know much about her, except that she plans to be a
school teacher Good Luck'
BA1BARA LLUISE GENTHNER 'Barbs
'Although you can't hear me, I'm here U
Hiking, Home Bc Club 1,2
NBarbsN interest in the British Navy may take her
to places of new enchantment our best goes with
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HNot that she loved study less, but that she loved
Skllng A, Archery 3, H1k1Hg 1, SWlmmlHg l, Soccer A
Band, Orchestra l,2,3,A, com Club 1, Home Ec Club
HDotsH lnterests are more outslde of school especlally
at the U S O She wants to travel Jhere to, Dot999
HICHAHD HUGH GODFREY 'Dlck'
uGeHlUS 15 gold ln the mlnd, bralns are the mlners
who work and brlng lt out
Football 3, Orchestra and band l,2,3, Glee Club 2
Sr Class Play, Year Book staff, Phy Ed Dem 3
Dlck 15 a real trumpet player Belng a member of
Bob qlC9S' Band speaks for ltself Good luck ln
whatever you ray do, Dlck
JEAN LEQLIE GO DY
HSpeech lS great, but Sllence lS greater
Latln Club 1,2,3,A
Jean 15 the qulet member of our class Her shy manner
a success of her llfe
BEVERLY JEAN HA KETT Bev
UCheerful looks ake every dlsh a feas
Pres Lawerence Hlgh school Dram club l Basketball
3, Volleyball 4,3, Archery 3, Dram Club l,2, Glrl
Reserves 3, GlFlS Athletlc Club 3, Eng l
Although HBevN 15 new to us, lt dldn't take us long to
HOtlC6 her chewlng gum ln all classes Lucky 15 the
patlent who has her as a nurse
BUSJELL J HAT H HRu s
H'T1S the sportlng world for m
Footba l 2,3,A, Basketb ll A
HHussH has a one track mlnd Yes, you guessed lt
for fOllOW1Ug sports as well as p3rt1ClpatlHg ln
them H15 ambltlon lS to become a sports vrlter
Good Luck HRussH
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'St111 w ters run deep
M110 H1ghj Basketball, rootball, Track, Jr Play
B 17 new add1t1on to our class, ha11s from M110
H1s qu1et, reserved manner affords one l1tt1e mater1a1
on JhlCh to ur1te H1s amb1t1on, however, 13 to be
come a test p11ot, so lot's of luck You'l1 need lt
dO1Hg 9G d1ves
Hlt takes all klnds of people to make a world, I
but one H
Basketball 3 A
Audrey N111 long be remembered by her classmates of
LA Here's hOplHg good luck always keeps CummlHgS
KENNETH LANGDON HILL Bud
nSome thlHk thlS world vas made for fun and fFOllC
an so do I H
Class Tres l,2, Pres debatlng Club 5, Manager stage
com A, Basketball 2,3,A, Manager 1, Glee Club 1,
Jr Class Play, Sr Class Play, Sr Class Play, Lat1n
Club l,2,3,h, DPam8tlCS Club 1,2,3,A, Ph1 B1 Chem Club
3,L, MOh1b8 1,2,3 A, Ch S lass Play Com
Bud certa1n1y has h1s fun and fFOl1C, especlally 1n
Hlstory Class He ants to be a pllot for the
Amerlcan A1rl1nes Best of Luck'
GLENDA MAY HOJARD Sl1m
'Nhat 1S thls thlHg called love?
Class Tres 3,L, Basketball 1,2,3, Capt Volleyball 3
Sr Play, Nat Ed Meek Play L, Dramatlcs Club 2
NOhlb3 3,h, Year Book Staff, Usher Graduatlon and Class
Day, Usher Jr Play, Phys Ed Dem 3,L, Serve Alumnl
Banquet, Harvest Soc Com
Ne hope Glenda's career as a prlvate secretary to a
good lOOklHg boss lS as successful as her four years
JOHN FRANKLIN HOWE Hotney'
HOff we go lnto the w1de blue yonder U
Glee Club l,2, Year Book Staff
Th1s lad 15 leavlng for the A1r Forces upon grad
U3t1OH If he thro s a pursu1t plane around 1U the
same manner as he throws th t flashy V8 of h1s, Togo
and h1s boys N111 be sorely dlstressed Good luck
Hotney Be sure to keep all your medals po11shed
BARBARA MARIE KING 'Babs'
'Success crowns patlent effort H
Ba ketball 1,2,b, Softb ll 1,2 HlklHg l,4, SN1mmlHg
l,4, Volley Ball 3, Archery 3
uBabsN 15 another one of our oulet glFlS de want to
N1Qh her luck 1U her HUFSlHg c reer
ELEANOR LOUISE KING Babsu
'I am what I mn'
Basketball, Softball, Badmlnton, HlKlHg, Swlmmln
Archery, Sr Class Play, Glee club, Home Ec Club,
Thls lS another one of our classmates who prefers a
bUSlH6SS career for the future Success lll sure
ly greet you 'Elle
LOUISE LILLIAN KING
'Good nature 15 the beauty of the mlnd
Basketball, Soccer, Badmlnton, Archery, Softball
HIKIRQ, Jr Q Sr Class Play, Dram Club, Home Ec
Usher Class Day, Perfect Attendance l,2,3,L
Durlng her four years at Morse, Loulse has been actlve
1U sports, and she wlll also be remembered for the
flne Jobs she dld 1U the Jr and Sr Cla s Plays
LORNA FAY KRAMER
'Curloslty kllled the cat U
Latln Club l,2,3,L, Jr Class Play
Morse Wlll mlss Lorna's buZZlHg around, also seelng
all her New York creatlons May that Hgenerous
ambltlon of yours come true
GERDA JILHEMINA LANGBEHN 'Blondle
'The mall must go through '
Vlce Pres Pnl B1 Chem club, Year Book btaff Basket
ball l,2, Swlmmlng l, softball 3, Phl Bl chem Club
2,3,b, Dramatlcs Club 1 Latln Club 3,A, Phy Ed Dem
Ne're sure your plans to attend WMalneH next year wlll
follow through lf Castlne doesn't take over flPSt
Best of luck 1U whatever you choose for the future to
a s ell kld
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ARLENE HELEN LEEMAN
'The sllent bear no wltness agalnst themselv
'Sukeyn 15 one of the qulet glrls ln our cla e
wants to go to a Secretarlal School after graduatlon
Loads of luck to you
MARTHA EVELYN LEEMAN
Hwhere there's a w1ll, there's a way N
Basketball 2, Dram lub 3,h, Latln Club 3,h, Stamp
Club, Debatlng Club 3, Ass Edltor Year Book, Press
Club l, Usher Graduatlon 3, Tlcket Com for Jr Q
Sr Plays, Jr Prom Q Mohlba, Usher Class Day 3
Martha 13 one of our studlous classmates Her ambltlon
15 to become an Engllsh teacher Good luck to you
Martha, we're sure you'll make an excellent one
CERES ELAINE MCCOURT Gus H
HSome thlnk thls world 15 made for fun and frollc and
so do I N
Tumbllng l,2, Glee lub 3, Home Ec Club l,2,3,
Program Com Sr Class Play L, Phys Ed Dem 3
Year Book Staff, Mohlba A
UGus' halls from Phlppsburg where there's plenty of
room for laughter maybe that explalns the glggles
heard whenever she's around All klddlng aslde
'GusH f1ts ln wlth any crowd
ALICE M MCDONALD Al
'There lS sunshlne to every sltuatlon
UAlN spends most of her tlme wrltlng letters to the
servlce men Is there a certaln young man who re
celves most of them NAlW plans to be a secretary
after graduatlon Here's to you
'A smlle 15 the best tlcket to success H
Basketball 2,3, Volleyball 3, Badm1nton 3, Latln
Club 3,L, Cheerleader 2,3,A, Mohiba 3
If they sold dlsposltlons, I'm sure we would all
have one llke Anna's. Her ambltlon lS to become
an Army Nurse Oh well, the Army has lots of attract
1ons! Good luck, pal!
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MARY JANE MORSE Morsey'
WJoy ruled the day and loved the nlght
Vmce Pres 2, Basketball l,2,3, Hlklng l,2, Softball 3
Soccer A, Archery 3, Dram lub l,2,3, M Club 3,A,
theerleader 2,3,A, Sr Play, Phys Ed Dem l, Mohlba
Dec om l,2, Debatlng 3, Swlmmlng l One Act Plays
2, Soph Hop Tlcket Com
HMorseyH and her dates how Room L wlll mlss hearlng
SAnAH ADELINE NUNSEY Sally'
Patlence overcometh all thlngs H
Student Councll 3, Dram Club l 2,3,b, Jr Class
Play Com , Sr Class Play Com , Soph Pln Com
nSallyn 15 one of the hardest workers ln our class
She has a verv understandlng nature Could lt be for
the Army Je are all sure that she wlll have no
trouble ln gettlng what she wants Loads of luck
MADELYN KATHERYN OLIVER Maddy'
'He treads llghtest who has learned to dance
Com lub l,2, Student u0UnCll 2, Basketball l,2,
Softball 2,3,A, Year Book Staff, Sr Class Play,
Volleyball 3,A, Mohlba l,2,3,h, Phys Ed Dem 3,
Majorette l,2, Home Ec Club l,2, Soccer A
Cheerful, happy nMaddy H We wlll always remember
your danclng ln the Moh1ba, and hope to see that
secret ambltlon of yours come true
RANDALL HURLEY ORR Randy'
'Oh for a car that needs no repalr '
Randall 13 forever hav1ng trouble wlth h1s car, but
when he has lt flxed, clear the h1ghways"' NRandy
has enllsted ln the Army Alr Corps Reserve and hopes
to be called early ln the fall de hope he w1ll
watch h1s alt1meter and not come back wlth h1s head
1n the clouds Good luck, Randall
'S1lence 15 golden U
Tlcket Com Sr Class Play L, Phys Ed Exhlbltlon 3
Manual Arts Club
Frank has been a very qulet lad these four years and
not untll recently have we dlscovered hlm NC sanovan
has a hobby of wr1t1ng poems wh1ch 1f we may say so
HMen of few words are the best.H
Eddie is one of the shyest boys in our class. Now,
don't let the fact that you're bashful get you down
Ed. John Alden fared pretty well, didn't he?
PHIJCILLA ARLENE PAR:hLEY HPussy
NGood nature lS more agreeable than wlt, and more
amlable than beauty
Hlklng, Band 2,3,h, Home Economics club l,
The glrl wlth the blg sllver horn became a wlll
known flgure durlng her four years at Morse, not
only for her ablllty ln the Band, but also her
sunny smlle that greeted everyone
NICHOLAS ERNEST POULOS 'Nlck' 'Noel' 'Babe'
'To have a frlend 13 to be one
Football l,2,3,A, Basketball l,2,3,A, Softball l,2
A, Manual Arts Club l,2, Vlce Pres A, Year Book
UN1ckH has been one of the maln supports on our foot
ball and basketball teams Wln, lose, or draw, he's
rlght ln there glvlng all he's got Nlcku 15 plannl g
to enter the Marlne Corps and we know he w1ll succeed
CHARLES LEDNAHD PRESBY 'oharlle
HSpeech 1S sllver, but sllence 15 golden N
For four years now, NCharl1e has plugged dlllgently
away, wlnnlng no laurels, asklng no favors, and ln
general keeplng pretty much to hlmself To be a
oraftsman lS h1s ambltlon and we know he wlll succeed
Step up and take a bow, 'oharl1e,n you deserve t
LINNA MARIE PURDUE Lln
HLet me have muslc dylng and I seek no more dellg
Sec Phl B1 chem Club, dadmlnton 3, Orch 2 3 Glee
Club A, Latln Club l,2,3,h, Dramatlcs l,2,3, Year
Book staff, Mentor Staff, Mohlba 2,3, Ass mbly
Planlst 3,L, Debatlng 3, Nat Honor Soclety Q
We all wlll mlss se lng and he rlng nL1HH play the
piano, as we go lnto the as embly hall on Frldays
'Llhn plans to go to college next ye Loads o
PUFIEL DIDIAN RAVNLS
H or she f s e ' l rln H
Archery 2 j,L dmlnton l Latln Club 2,3, Dram
atlcs Club l,2,3 A
VUP191'S fFnClOUSH9SS and p t ence endear her
the hearts of her cl smates e do not knov her
plans for the future, but here's flsn ng her all
the luck she may need
MARGUERITE FRAN ES Rlhns Sadle
Jack of all trades and master of Them all N
Class Pres L, Pres G A A A Student uOUHCll 3 A
Sec Stamp Club, Mohlba 2,3,A, Jr Play Sr a
hatlonal Honor Soclety 3 A D A R candldate, Basket
ball l,4,3,L, Glee club 3,a, N lub, Year Book Staff,
L tln club 2,3,A, Dram tlcs lub ,2,3,A Mohlba mx
Com 3, Ch Jr Rlngs, Softball l 4,3,L, :oph Hop,
Youth Rec Councll, Soccer lnter sports, Volleyball
Our Slncere thanks for your excellent leadershlp,
Sadle How do you do lt?
BARBARA MARJORIE RING 'Barb' H H
l've got gobs of love for the Navy H
Basketball l,2,3, Softball, Phys Ed Dem , Mohlba
HBarbn has no speclal ambltlon, but lf thlngs COHtlHu6
as they are no , she'll probably open a U S O center
for lonely servlce men Wherev r she goes or what
ever she does, ve'll all mlss her late appearance each
DOROTHY B ROBINSON Dot
NLaugh and the world laughs wlth you U
Tran fer from Harmony Hlgh, Basketball l,2, Soph Play,
V106 Pres l, Pres Class 2, Student uOHHCll 3
Ve'll all mlss Dot's glggle 1U shorthand class e
15 about the happlest person to be seen ln the school
She plans to go to Buslness college next year Here s
to you, Dot
MIRIAN ELVA ROBSON lggsy
hat s eet dellght a qulet llfe affords
Mlrlam has been so qulet, fe hardly know her But we
all Nant to wlsh her the best of luck as a stenographer
LO1RAINE B VB1LY PYAN Lorry'
'The h1ghest alm lS the one for me
V ce Pres Deoatlng club, Pres Stamp Club, Jr Play,
or Play, Ba ketball 3, Dramatlcs olub 4,3
Lorry's amblt on certalnly holds lnterestlng and
exc tlng experlences for her would you llke to vlslt
GE1TRUDE ELZIE SIMPSON 'Ozzle
HTo know her 15 to love her
Ye r Book staff l, Speaklng Contest l, Mohlba 2
Phys Ed Dem 3, Basketball 3, Ph B1 Chem olub
3 Jr class Play Tlcket Commlttee 3
Gertrude transferred from Stockton Sprlngs Hlgh
School durlng her Sophomore year, and slnce then
she's made many frlends at Morse He're sure her
ambltlon to be a nurse wlll come true lucky pat1ents"
ELIVABETH KATHLEEN SMALL Betty' Smally'
'I'll flnd a way or make lt '
Basketball 2 3,A, Volleyball 2,3,h, Badminton 2,3,A,
Softball, Archery, Soccer A, Hlklng l, Sr Soclal Com
Jr Prom Com , Mohlba Dance vom , Home Ec Club,
Treas G1rl's Athletlc ASSOCl3t1OD
If you want anythlng done, glve lt to Betty' She
15 one of our most dependable clas mates, and an
athlete of no mean ablllty
JEAN HARRIET ST!-.NTON
Hoome llve wlth me, and I wlll Serenade you N
Swlmmlng l, Glee olub l,2, Glass Sec l 2,3,L, Ch
Senlor Soclal, Jr Prom Com , Soph Hop tom , Fresh
man Soclal Com , Yohlba l,2,3,A, Usher Jr Play,
Physlcal Ed Demonstratlon
Jean won her ay to our he rts wlth her four actlve
years ln Mohlba keep up the good work and some day
you'll wln fame
HILDA I J APLES Tlny'
'Good thlngs come ln small package
Hlklng l, Swlmmlng l, Soccer A B nd l,2,3,A, Orch
l,2,3,L, Senlor soc om , Jr Prom uom , Usher
J lass Play Freshman Dance Com , Phys Ed Dem
Senlor Play Com , ooph Hop com
Hllda wants to be a good wlfe e see no reason why
she shouldn't see her ambltlon
BAKBARA STODD A 'sarb Blondle
Nlhe g l of a thousand lnterests all men
Latin ub l,2,3,b, Yohlba 3 A
'garb s cr y about dances Perhaps that's one of
the any thlngs that make her so lnterestlng lhen
are ou golng to stop breaklng men's hearts long enough
to ettle do n to somethlng deflnlte The very best
of luck, kld 'LAN can never forget Jou
MAQV LOU JTONE 'Stonle
HEveryth1ng comes to hlm who walts H
Clothes, NHHSIOHS, partles and artlsts' Here's to
dreamy NSton1eH may all those castles ln the a1r come
JOSEPH LVERETT SIANTON Joe
'As he brews so shall he drlnk '
Football 3 L, Jr Class Play Sr Class Play, One Act
Plays 2, Latln Club l,2,3,h, Phl B1 hem Club 3,A
Dramatlcs Club l 2 3,h, M Club A, Year Book Staff
MOh1b3 3 A
Joe wants to be a doctor, but there lS one thlng to
remember HAS he brews, so shall he dFlHk,u so try
all those prescrlptlons before you glve them to your
BARBARA ELIZABUTH TASKER 'Barble
'Order 15 a lovely thlng '
Basketball, Hlklng, Class Play l, Latln Club, Prlze
Speaklng l, Usher class Day 3, Usher Graduatlon 3
Here's another of our classmates that looks toward
the buslness world She has proved her ab1l1ty whllo
at Morse, and should make good 1n any llne
BARBARA E TIBBETTS Barby'
'Reflnement creates beauty everywhere.'
Glee Club 3,A, Home Ec. lub 1,25 Commerclal Club 2.
UBarbyU lS another of our qulet glrls and she wants
to be a secretary after she graduates. Lots of luck
to you, Barby.
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'A pal, a frlend, and a good sport, what more
there to say W
Soccer A Hlklng l, Rlng Com 3, Freshman Dance Com
Phy Ed Dem l,3, Ushers Jr and Sr Class Plays
Martha has no speclal plans for the future, but we'
sure anythlng she J1Sh6S to do w1ll come out flrst rate
how about lt, gang?
PAUL F TOURTILLOTTE
HHe, of all men, lS best deservlng a falr lady N
Student Councll 3,h, Sr and Jr Plays, Latln Club l
2,3,b Dramatlcs Club l,2,3,A, Phl B1 Chem Club 2,3
R, Mentor Staff l,2,3, Year Book Staff, Mohlba 3
Mohlba Ex Com, Jr Rlng and Play Com, Latln Club
In1t1at1on Com 2,3,h, Soph Hop, Jr Prom Adv Com
Although Paul's ambltlon lS to be a doctor, he lS
enterlng the Alr Corps Perhaps, 1f you play your
cards rlght, Paul, you can comblne the two and become
a fllght surgeon
'I'll flnd a way or make lt
Basketball 3,L, Football A, Softball A, Man Arts Club
Nlckabodn would llke school much better 1f he could
drop all studles and substltute for them a dlSCHSSlOn
on sports nAl1b1 Iken has nothlng on Kenny elther
Serlously though, we know Kenny w1ll make good wherever
RENA CARRIE ULMER
HA volce l1ke a canary W
Mohlba 2,3,b, Jr and Sr Play Adv Com, Moh1ba Adv
Com , Jr Rlng Commlttee, Class Banner Com L
Rena came to us her Sophomore year and has made many
frlends Her talent should make her a success ln any
VERNA WALLACE Veronlca
Hhone knew her but to love her
None named her but to pralse U
Latln Club l,2,3, Dramatlcs Club l,2,3, Class Treas 3
Mentor 2,3, Edltor 3, Ch Jr Class Play Com , Mohlba
Advertlslng Com, Soph Hop Advertlslng Commlttee
Verna was one of the most popular glrls ln our class
She left last year, but our thoughts w1ll always be
wlth her and we know that she w1ll be a great success
ln the world.
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GILJEHT A MOODLAN Jr 'Glll' Woody'
' lthout labor nothlng prospers
Football 3, Softball l,2,3, Manual arts Club
HGlllH 15 rever tlred hen lt omes LO orklng on
nach nery He also llkes to drlve a car and we me n
dr1ve"' He 15 planning to Joln the Marlnes ln the
MTHMFvE MDMN My 'Emmy
'Let me but do my work from day to day H
Ye r Book Staff, DFdHltlCS Club, Home Ec Club
Usher sen Play, Sen Play Tlcket Com Mohlba
Tlcket Com L, Archery 3
To all of us who know HKayH, her sunny dlsposltlon,
good sportsmanshlp, ablllty and wllllngness wlll
always be remembered
LILLIAN MARY JOHANSEN Dudu
'To flnd one good you must a hundred try
Basketball l,2, Volleyball l,2, Glee Club 3,A Home
E lub l skllng, Usher Mohlba 2, Mohlba 3, Usher
NDuduN 15 tralnlng to be a beautlclan She 15 also
lnterested lH a certaln young man ln the Navy Here'
loads of luck to you, we're all sure that you wlll
'I do hate to be unqulet
Band l,2,3,h, Orchestra l,4,3,h, Jr Class Pla
Senlor Class Play
Livermore lS new to us thlS year, but he lS already
well known We w'sh you the best of luck 1n whatever
you do, LIVGFMOFS
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The ever popular French teacher N than atson was elected a our
Faculty Advlser lb e ele ed for Student bOUHCll e roy Pe l
Sallv Munsey, M FVU9FllC Hlnes, and Gerald u6mOlH9
uerald Lemolne and p Peaslex golned the servlce at the beg rnlng of
the vear, so Kendall hapman and Paul Tourt llotte f lled the r laces cn
the Student vOdHCll
Because of lllness, ferna Wallace reslgned her offlce as tre surer and
Glenda Howard flll d tnls vacancv
A Junlor SOC181 was held on January 8, and lt proved to be very enjoyable
Ma s New Husbandu, a three act comedy was presented on March l2 Ne shall
never forget Robert Dolan s 'Hercules Also Lorraine Ryan and Lorna
Kramer as the two small chlldren The play was very successful due to
the excellent coachlng of Mrs Huth B N1lSOH
The Junlor Prom w s sponsored Iay l
Nlck Poulos, Leo outure and Bernard Pratt were our contrlbutlons to the
basketball team The 'Leathernecks', c ptalned by Judy Dernl on, won the
G1rl's lntra Vurll chanplonshlp Mr 'arrell lntroduced three new sports
thls year Volley ball, archery, and badmlnton Betty Small's Volley
ball team the HPans1esH were the champlons Many of our classmates were
actlve 1D Mohlba The chlef character, Raz el Dazh, wa portrayed by
Addlson Mclnnes Rena Ulmer, Marguerlte Rlnes and Jean Stanton were three
Robert Dolan, Merguerlte RlD9S, Llnna Purdue, Jean Gowdey, and Kendall
Chapman were elected to the Natlonal Honor Soclety
As Senlors we velcomed Mrs Anne Glpson as the GlFl'S Physlcal Educatlon
Our class Officers are as follofs
Pres dent Narguerlte Rlnes
Vlce Presldent Nlck Poulos
Secretary Jean Stanton
Treasurer Glenda Howard
Te feel proud of the fact that for the flrst tlme 1U the records of Morse,
a glrl has been elected as Presldent
Mr J Edward Pomeroy was unanlmously elected as our Class hdVlSEF
Germalne Bonney, Judlth Dennlson, Robert Dolan, and Paul Tourtlllotte
were elected to the Student Councll
we sponsored the Freshman Honor Dance 1hlCh we belleve brought the whole
The Senior Play entltled HDon't Take My Pennyn was presented under the
dlrectlon of Mlss Mary H Corley Paul Tourtlllotte stole the show when
h appeared on the stage as Mlss Glorla Lovely'
Four of our boys were actlve ln sports They were Nlck Poulos, Russell
Hatch, Kenneth Jllson, and Kenneth Hlll The glrls have had a very
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kick, who knows all the tales
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Paul, two taxes them th Q nhlrl
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had a very sucses Qu a , fc 'ie tile, . W id iF.a .
At the second meeting of the student councll ln October, the followl
o flcers were elected for the ensulng year
President- Robert Dolan
Faculty Advlsors Mrs R H Cook
Mr Duncan Farrell
The proceeds of the annual Mohlba th1s year, w1ll be donated toward the new
Athletic F1eld Th
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At the end of the year, the Student Athletlc Cup w1l1 be awarded to the
boy most outstanding in sports An award will also be glven to the outstandlng
In Aprll or May the Counc1l w1ll make 1ts fourth trlp to Augusta to attend
the State of Maine Councll Meetlng at Cony Hlgh School
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Th1s ye r the Moh1ba 1111 be pre ented on March 29, 30, and 31 under the dlFeCt
1on of H155 V1Fg1H13 Je ett of the faculty The 1a1ent Parade A111 be called
'The Yankee Doodle Blues fUSlC for the Ball N111 be provlded by Lloyd Rafnell
and H15 orchestra The proceeds from th1s event 111 go toward the new hth1et1c
Moh1ba oomm1ttees are as follows
T1Ck9t con Mrs Margaret Flaherty
Dance com N155 E1a1ne Joodhead
Pub11c1ty Mr Nathan Iatson
Program Mr Dav1d A1kaz1n
P 111p Ames
The Executlve oomnlttee lS composed of student OUHCll members, each of whom lS
cha1rman of one of the COmRltt66S named bove cha1nnan of the Execut1ve Com
15 Robert Dolan
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SENIOR CLASS PLAY
The comedy, NDon't Take My Penny,W was presented to the publlc December lA,
l9h3, under the dlrectlon of Miss Mary H Conley
On the executlve committee were Kenneth Hlll, Lorralne Ryan, and L1nna Marie
The followlng students took part 1n the play
Caleb, her father
Glenda Howard...... ....Mavis
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
nMa's New Husband,N an exc tlng comedy was presented by the Junlor olass on
March 12, l9h3, and was dlrected by Mrs Ruth Wllson
Those on the executlve commlttee were Verna Iallace, Joseph Swanton, Betty
Anderson, and Paul Tourtlllotte
The cast 15 as follows
Mrs Lottle Dlnsmore
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GIRLS GLEE CLUB
Thls fall, when the call for Glee Club members was made, flfty two glTlS
responded The magorlty of these glrls are from the Freshman class Thls group
meets every Thursday durlng home room perlod
Thelr flrst appearance was lH the Assembly program durlng Natlonal Educatlon
week At thls tlme two selectlons, 'C1r1b1r1b1nH and HThe Lost Chordn we
rendered Also ln thls program Ruth wllllamS and VlPg1Hl8 Andre Jere featured
1U duet accompanled by the Glee Club
HAngels We Have Heard on H1gh,n NS1lent W1ght,H and the beautlful Htant1que
de Noelu were sung as part of the Chrlstmas Assembly
A magor performance of the Glee Club lS the Easter Cantata, the HEaster
Sunrlse Songn whlch wlll be presented Easter Sunday
Sololsts are Ruth Wllllams, Betty Arderson, and Vlrglnla Andre
Llnna Marle Purdue and Valerle Nlckerson serve as able accompanlsts The
Glee Club 1S under the dlrectlon of Mlss Dyer
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other than the Morse Hlgh Band members who rehearse alternatlng Thursday and
Besldes playlng for assemblles nd rallles, the Band presented a most
successful concert February A at Huse Memorlal School The program included
Pledge of Alleglance
Unlted States Army Alr Corps Song by school
Patrlotic Medley Band
Bands As We Know Them Today Edward Cogan
Chlna Cllpper Band
Famllies of Instruments 1n the Band Hllton Llbby
Blaze of Glory March Band
Llfe of John Plllip Sousa Billy Pomeroy
Mar1ne's Hymn Band
Torch of L1berty Band
Star Spangled Banner Band and School
By request, Central Grammar heard thls same program March 17
Muslc for the Junlor Play was furn1shed by the band, as well as the music
for the spec1a1 P3tP10t1C assembly February 21
The Band wlll also march and play for Memorlal Day exerclse 1n May
Orchestra members thls year lnclude
Mllllcent Hecht, Norma Drummond, Norma Cummlngs, Rlva Greenblatt, and Valerle
Nlckerson, p13I1O, Murlel Moore, Judy Slnclalr, Beverly Rogers, V1rg1n1a Bowker
v1ol1n, Edward oogan, saxophone, Dorothy Gl1ChTlSt, Llvermore Balley, John
wlSh8Tt, Albert Berry, Magella M1ller, Mary Lermond, clarlnet, B1lly Pomeroy,
Arthur Berry, Maynard Stevens, trumpet, Charles Lermond, bass, Donald Povlch,
trombone, Adell Balley, drums
The orchestra rehearses every Tuesday afternoon At thls t1me student
conductors are tralned by Mlss Dyer Mlll1C6Ht Hecht, Norma oummlngs, Rlva
Greenblatt, and Valerle Nlckerson have developed qulte successful conductlng
The orchestra played lncldental muslc for the Senlor Play Thelr se
lectlons were these 'Chrlstmas Medley,' 'Alla Turca March,H and Poem
Nwalta of the Flowersn and HSurpr1se Symphonyn are belng studled for thelr
educatlonal value, although the lack of SUfflC16Ht strlnged lnstruments 15 a
serlous handle p to performlng muslc of th1s type
It lS hoped that next year, several grade school puplls wlll augment the
strlng sectlon so that the orchestra can play more standard works
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Under the upervlslon of M153 Hhoades, the faculty advlsor, the Sodalltas
Latlna passed an lnterestlng and successful year The club was lncreased thls
year by 23 members who were eliglble for membershlp These were inltlated 1n the
usual manner, gally garbed 1n Roman clothlng, faces brllllant wlth palnt, and
obedient to the regular members' behests The 1n1t1at1on was completed by servlce
at the annual banquet, elther as entertalners or slaves
The 1n1t1at1on committee was as follows
Paul TOuPt1llOtt6, Chalrman
The banquet COmm1tt86 was as follows
Nonma Drummond, Chalrman
Mrs R Hazel Cook left us at the half of the year
This year's offlcers were as follows
Coneuls,James Bonney Robert Dolan
Quaestor, Mary Lou Reed
Censor, Murlel Poullot
We are now working on an assembly for the latter date of the year
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The Dramatics Club was increased thls year by 30 members who were el1g1ble
Under the supervision of Mlss Mary H Conley, faculty adv1ser The first
meetlng was held on November 3 l9h3 The following 0fflC8rS took charge
Presldent Edward Cogan
Vice Presldent Judith Dennlson
Secretary Betty Anderson
Treasurer William Barter
Wllllam Barter su mitted his res1gnat1on on January 26 as Treasurer, an
the vacancy was lmmedlately fllled by the competent Robert Nlles of the Junlor
Dur1ng the year we sponsored two assembl1es The one ln fall HLet Them
Come Backn, was for the beneflt of the students durlng Amerlcan Educatlon
week For our assembly program ln the sprlng we presented the one act play
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The club approprlated money for draperles to be used w1th the stage settlng
with the cooperatlon of Mlss Vlrglnla Jewett and M183 Catherlne Leonard, who made
them, we were able to have them 1n tlme for the Senlor Class Play
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Under the capable dlrectlon of Mr Paul Merlesena, faculty advlsor, the
Ph1 B1 Chem Club has passed a successful and prosperous year The club, con
slstlng of approxlmately twenty flve members, meets once a month The OfflC8PS
are as follows
Presldent ex offlclo Fred Andrews, now servlng 1n
the anmed forces
V1ce Presldent Gerda Langbehn
Treasurer Elalne Noyes
The 1HltlatlOH of new members wlll be held ln the near future, and plans
for a soclal are underway
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STANDING STAGE COMMITTEE
This year as 1n previous years the Standlng Stage Committee of Morse High
School has served at all school activitles It has also served ably on many
professlonal functlons staged ln the Morse Hlgh School Aud1tor1um It is the
only fraternal organization 1n the h1gh school, and lts new members are selected
by the committee of the previous year and approved by their faculty advlsor,
J Edward Pomeroy
Its outstandlng achlevement was the arrangment of scenery and stage effects
for the Mohiba
The members of the Standlng Stage Committee are the followlng
Kenneth Hill Manager
Richard Andrews Ass't Manager
Edward Cogan Electrlclan
Donald Povlch Curtaln Attendant
Ernest Hamblett Stage Hand
Rlchard Godfrey Stage Hand
Wllliam Elllot Stage Hand
Two members of thls years commlttee have jolned up with Uncle Sam to fight
the Axis They are
Frederlck Andrews U S Anmy Slgnal corp
Larry Wold U S Maritlne Commission
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Mr Paul Merlesena, Mrs Anne Glpson, Mr Henry Small, and Mr Duncan
Farrell are ln charge of athletlcs at Morse HHankH Small 15 athletlc
dlrector and football coach All glrls' sports are dlrected by Mrs Glpson
HDuncH Farrell coaches boys' vars1ty basketball and Mr Merlesena coaches
JUHlOP V8PSlty basketball Th1s lS Mrs G1pson's and Mr Merlesena's flrst
year at Morse, and Mr Farrell's f1rst year as coach of varslty basketball
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From the sale of ice cre m the WMU Club was able to raise the
money to buy the four sweaters awarded the seniors Anna Merrill
Mary Morse, Nick Poulos
The following received letters this year
The following girls received sweaters by the point system in sports
Small G Estabrooks
M Rines G Bonney
M Durgan J Dennison
Other girls in the organization will reteive letters in collective sports
activities and working toward their sweaters next year.
The team ended the se son 1th a vlctory over Thornton, chalklng up 9
The boys chalked up
Wlmflng by elther a
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season thls ye r was an excltlng one, lf not too spectacular
vlctorles over clubs whlch were supposed to be much better,
basket or a foul shot
leadershlp of the new basketball coach, WDuncH Farrell,
they overcame a handle p that has been hlnderlng the Morse teams for years, the
1nab1l1ty to play on large floors
VlCtOFleS and 9 defeats Morse went to the tournament and was defeated by
Through g1aduat1on, the Morse basketball team wlll lose Nlck Poulos
Kenneth N1lSOH, Russ Hatch, and Bud Hlll
Thls Jas the schedule
So Portland ao
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Ed Llttle 30
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The football season started as lt has for the last few years Coach UHankn
Small had qu1te a turn out, but lt contalned green materlal for the most part
The boys seemed to have the sp1r1t but not the sureness of the seasoned football
player The loss of Pratt, Peasley, Belanger, and Nlles to the war was also a
The f1PSt game, whlch was wlth Edward Llttle, came out ln thelr favor u
showed the detenmlnatlon of our boys he season went on wlth Morse chalking
up but one vlctory against St Lou1s e season closed 11th a defeat suffered
at the hands of Brunswlck, our blood rlval
The boys who w1ll be lost from the football llne up by graduatlon are
The schedule was
Morse O Gardlner Mgrse 0 Sanford
MOPSS 11+ St Louls Morse O Brunswlck
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GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOuIATION
Thls year the G1rl's Athl9tlC Assoc1at1on was formed to represent all the
g1rls 1n the entlre school The Off1C6FS are as follows
Mrs Anne G1pSOH
From each of the four classes, a
They are as follows
The G A A follows the polnt system drawn
Educatlon Thls new polnt system deslgnates the
earned ln each sport durlng the year SO polnts
class, lOO polnts glves the glrl her letter, l5O
glrl was chosen to represent thelr class
by the State Dept f
amount of polnts that can be
glves the glrl numerals of her
polnts g1ves the glrl a speclal
deslgned state letter A SJmbOllC medal and state certlflcate wlll be given
when the glrl has earned a total of 400 polnts
As usual Basketball proved to be the most 1nterest1ng 8CtlV1ty ln the
fleld of sports S1x lntramural teams were organlzed 11th ten members each,
and each team elected thelr own captaln
The teams were as follows
EMM CAPTAINS WON LOST
Bonnets Germalne Bonney
Tlgers Mary S3PklS
K 225 Marguer1te Durgan
Le thernecks Judlth Dennlson
Seabees Geraldlne Estabrooks
Caboloes Betty Small
Each team played flve games ln the Tournament Games were played on
Tuesday and Fr1daJ afternoons between 3 30 and 6 o'clock Competltlon
between the above teams was very pronounced
An exhlbltlon game was played thls year between two teams made up of
twenty two glT1S The names of the two teams were the Ndhltesn and the HBlacks H
The two teams were made lp of the fOl1OW1Hg glT1S
Thls g1rl's game was played before the hoy's varslty game, Morse vs
Gardlner The Blacks were the wlnnlng team
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thls season Many glrls partlclpated Four teams were formed and thelr
captalns are as follows
Lorna Kramer Q Betty Small
Marguerlte Rlnes Q Mary Morse
Slx games were played by each team Germalne Bonney's team was the
Thls sport lS one of the flrst autumn sports that the glrls have
partlclpated ln for some tlme It was greatly engoyed, not only because lt
was new, but because lt gave them exerclse and fun ln the open alr St Mary's
playground was used as the soccer fleld
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A contest was held and Geraldine Estabrooks was winner with Pauline
Crosby as runner up
Riva Greenblatt Caroline St. Martin
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Winter sports thls year conslsted of Skllng, snow shoelng, and Skat1U
Those who partlclpated ln them are as follows
Nat al1e Burdltt
Mary Lou Reed
Mary Jane Footer
Durlng the w1nter, Monday and Wednesday were the dars set as1de for
skllng On Monday the leader was Martha Pratt, and the Wednesday group
was under the leadershlp of Judlth Dennlson
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The two remalnlng varslty cheerleaders are Ruth Small and,El1zabeth
On the J V Squad were Barbara Preney and Betty Anderson of the Soph
olass, and Betty CUmmlngS and Nancy Gregware of the Freshman Class These
g1rls met wlth great success and N6 hope that they w1ll contlnue to do so
The glrls who have earned a bor e letter thro gh the p nt sy tem bv faxing
part 1D the sport program are s 'o lo
Mary Norse Marguerlte Rlnes
Anna Merrlll Marguerlte Durgan
Glenda Ho ard uermalne Bonney
Judlth Dennlson Jeraldlne Estabrooks
Betty Small Barbara Klng
Ne are proud to say that elght senlor glFlS recelved Morse s eaters thls
The other glrls recelvlng sweaters won them through the polnt system bv
t8k1Hg part lH varlous sports durlng thelr four years 1U h gh school They are
Thls year for the flFSt tlme at Morse, the Student Councll wlll glve an
award to the senlor glrl who has been outstandlng lH sports durlng her four
years She must have won a letter, have had a scholastlc average of elght
have played two seasons of basketball, have p rtlclpated 1n two other sports,
and have been outstandlng ln thletlc ablllty, cooperatlon, and leadershlp
The Student Council wlll nomlnate her, and the faculty who dlrect and
supervlse sports 3CtlVltl6S flll select her che wlll recelve the award at
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M155 Anna Merrlll
Recal IH5 nsre Anni MerI1119 Arne 1errL11'
Yes And you'r Frances Flaherty Or 15 lt Flxhertyo
Ves lt 15 Jhy, Anna, I nsJen't seen u s1nce ye were grlduated That was
no, LO year Jhat brlngs you here9
I came to see Mr ounnlnghlm about the rew posltlon open for a teacher
Oh, th t pc51t1c as fllled yesterd 1 The ne teacher shou d be here any
enter Jood mOTHlYg I weve an appointment wlth Mr cunnlnghan
Oh, yes, you're the nel te cher 1'l1 e11 Mr u nlnghem you're here
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undertone Doesn't she 1ook farlllaro
heslt te , trerl Ves, he does She cons 1 me narosrs Stodcer
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S looks up tcofs c1ose1v then Arne and Franves' :hat you dolng
Frerce the re eptlODlSt ans 1 ca e o app y 'or Q yOS1tlOH
I h d o ldea you ere a teacher
hy ye I ent to Norwel School nlth lHOH3 Q n und Pau lne Brown
The,'re t ecnlng P Adergsrten 1F Old mean now
1 norder h t happened to 1 ndd dow rd one Janted to be a scnooltedcher
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That remlnds me of the new Broadway play, NPin Up G1rl' co starrlng Llvenmore
Why Glenda and Jean Gowdy are settlng up plns ln the Arcade Bowllng Alley
I heard Randal Orr and Frank
Balley and Betty Davls
Do you remember Llnna Marle Purdue and Martha Leeman9 Well, they're chorus
glrls 1U the front row of the Zlegfleld Fo1l1es
If you thlnk that's news, llsten to thls Rlchard Godfrey has started a harum
He calls hlmself the Modern Bluebeard
And Betty Anderson and Mary Morse are two to the few women rlveters left at
By the way, have you read the new book on Chlld Phsycology by Professors Nlck
Poulos and Kenny N11S0D9
Can you lmaglneg Gennalne Bonney, Judy Dennlson, and Gerry Esterbrooks are
I hear Davld Desmond has lnherlted a fortune and 15 now r1d1ng 1D the back
seat lnstead of the front
By the way, glrls, thls 1S electlon year 1 hope everyone wlll vote for
Marguerlte Rlnes, and g1ve her the honor of belng the flrst woman presldent
Do you know Frank Pagurko and Charles Presby are head walters 1n the Brown
Derby and Eleanor and Barbara Klng are waltresses
You remember how sophlstlcated Audrey H111 was Well she's now the star
trapeze artlst of the Barnum
belng the only wanan who can
tlmes 1n the alr Cwlthout a
and Balley Clrcus She has the d1st1nct1on
fly from one trapeze to another and twlrl e1ght
carlton have gust entered the Slx Day Blcycle
Madelyn Ollver and Ceres McCourt are 1n New York composlng songs Thelr latest
hlt lS 'They're St11l elther Too Young Or Too Old U
And Buddy H111 gust recelved the Academy Award for the best romantlc plcture
of the year
I always read Betty Small's and Sally Munsey's column 1n the Bath Dally Tlmes
They're glV1ng advlce to the lovelorn
Franklln Howe and Gordon Cowar were wardens at Slng Slng No one knows where
they are now
Do you remember Loulse K1ng9 She was marrled rlght after graduatlon, and the
have been voted the typlcal Amerlcan famlly
I saw Rena Ulmer and Hllda Staples the other day They're stlll wa1t1ng for
Cy Leeman and Bernard Pratt to get out of the guard house
Ihat are they dolng ln the guard houseo
They were caught when they left thelr posts to come home and get marrled
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l'l' Det vou d1dr't kno: that Bono! Dolan m rr SG Vleanor Fullerton He has
oec me r yoert f sherhan, an t y're re dlng n a houseboat at Boothbay
I recelved a card fron Dorothy G1 Chflot a cc ple of weeks ago She and
Barbara uerthner ire llvlng 1U Log and
Remembe P al Tourt lotte Jell, he's an orderly at the Bath Memorlal
ess e' e Jus nome aerda T ngb and Lorne Kramer are tr vellng
a ourd e country yfsy avan nov
Gllbert Joodman ln his a Sl tant manager
You know that Beverl Hackett, Mary Furber, Jane Buker, and Lyndall UOFllSS
all golned the hurse's adet orps Iell, they :ere sent overseas, and
llked 1+ so vell they stayed there
I bu ped nto wussell H t h tHE other dar e's runnlng from town to town
uds ng baby conte +s
Fartha Torrey and Jelr stxnton hafe taken up permanent resldence lH mono
save the bother of golng b ck and forth
I had a manlcure at Gllberts' yesterd1y hues who gafe lt to me Guy Hynes
I heard Joe S anton last nlght He's SlHg1Hg ommercl ls on the radlo
advertlslng Baby soap and powder
Nr Cunn1ngham's bell rlng
That's Nr ounnlngha ue s e w l e now to Barbaraj
Anna sta t to leave Then I t lnk l e gc g
ome down tomorrow, anna If Fran es 1sn't Du y, we'll go over some more
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We, the Class of l9AL, of Wor e Hlgh School, of the clty of Bath, curtv of
Sagadahoc, and State of Nalne, belng of sound mlnd and body, do hereby make b
llsh, and declare thls to be our last vlll and testament, n ranner ana form
lst e, the aradu tlng c ass of 'LL, bestov upon the facultv, our e e
thanks for the patlerce fcu haxe shofn to us, and the guldarce y u n e 5 Je
us durlng our four years t Norse
2nd e, the class of 'uu, GO wlll and bequeath to the Junlors our very
loyal faculty advlsor, Nr Poner y, hoo rg you spare nlr the headaches e g ve
of buntlng, to
the bla s of 'QA, do xlll and bequeath to the Sophomores, our bolt
be used at thelr dlSCF6tlOH for future CtlVltl6S ln Morse
the ulass of 'AA, do 1ll and beque th our falthful attendance,
Sth I, Marguerlte Rlnes, do wlll and bequeath my success as a glrl presl
dent, to the next one to be so onored
oth I, Jean Stanton, do wlll and bequeath my sfeet HSpear1ngH volce,
Martha N1lll3mS of the Sophorore class
7th I, Joe Desmond, do lll and bequeath my sensatlonal, unforgettable
laugh, to Harold Annes of the Junlor class
8th I, Prlscllla Parsley, do wlll and bequeath my way 1th the teachers
to Sarah Sllverman of the Sophorore class
9th I, Frances Flaherty, do v ll and bequeath my 8CtlH5 ablllty along
fTlVOlOUS llnes, to Frances Callan of the Junlor class
lOth I, Rlchard Godfrey, do vlll and bequeath my qulet y of cqulrlng
knowledge, to Blll Voorhees of the Sophomore class
llth I, Anna Merrlll, do wlll and bequeath my faculty for lnnlng frlends
and lnfluenclng people, to Mary Plerce of the Junlor class
12th I, Ceres Mcoourt, do wlll and beque th my cheerful chatter, to
V1v1an Whlte of the Sophomore cl ss
l3th I, Leo Couture, do ll and beque th W 151031 neel lron , to George
Burgon of the Junlor class
lhth I, Germaine Bonner, do 1ll and beque th my' lttlness 1D amuslng
people, to Elalne Noyes of the Junlor class
l5th I, Betty Small, do lll and bequeath my frankness and NBabe1shN dreams,
to Nancy Gregvare of the Freshran class
loth I, Kenneth vllSOH, do 1ll and bequeath my pep, vlm, and vlgor to
alter Hlll of the Junior cl ss
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17th I, H11da Staples, do N111 and beque th f ever f1111ng hope chest to
Deletra H111 of the Sophomore cl ss
18th I, Llnna Mar1e Purdue, do Nl 1 and bequeath my permanent place on the
p1ano berch to Norma bUUmlHgS of the Jun1or class
19th I, Roy Peasley, do 111 and bequeath y n tural thl6tlC ab111ty vh1ch
developed my oharles Atlas phys que to Allen Gregvare of the Sophomore class
26th I, Aud ey P111, do N111 and bequeath my a1r of f na11ty to Ruth Small
of the Ju,1or class
41st I, Llvermore Ba11ev, do r111 and bequeath my lengthy 11mbs to Donny
Spear of the Freshmar class
22nd I, Gertrude SlFpSOD, do w11l and bequeath my sunny smlle, and W1HHlHg
way to Betty CummlHgS of the Freshman class
23rd I, Judlth Dennlson, do w1l1 and bequeath my athletlc ab111ty to Norma
Drummond of the JUHlOF cla s
2Ath I, Paul Tourt1l1otte, do N111 and bequeath my ab1l1ty 1D stay1ng out
of love rhlle dat1ng many women to Horace Morse of the Sophomore class
25th I, Rena Uhner, do 111 and bequeath my Ncy1n5 about the latest fash
lons to Ruth w1l11ams of the Freshman class
up and taxlng
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the Freshman class
Barbara Stodder, do w111 and bequeath my adaptness IH danc1ng wh1ch
follow each and every partner to PhJ11ss Douglas of the Jun1or class
Dav1d Desmond, do A111 and bequeath my generos1ty ID plCklHg people
them around to Paul Lemont of the JUHlOT class
Jean Go de , do 1 and bequeath my FUShlF5 from one class to
another to Betty Ladd of the Sophomore class
30th I, Nadelyn O11ver, do N111 and bequeath y short SklTtS to Mary Clap
p1son of the JunlOT cla s
31st I, Joe Swanton, do 1111 and bequeath my recently aCqulTCd, voluble
d1nam1c use of the Engllsh language to Aubrey Steen of the Junlor class
32nd I, Glenda How rd, do 1 and bequeath my falthfulness to my man 1n
e serv1ce to G1or1a Leavltt of the Jur1or class
I, Franklln Hole, do 111 and bequeath ry hab1t of
creatures, and aklng them 11ke 1t, to Lowell op1cer
of the Sophomore
I Barbara Rlng, do w111 and bequeath ry kee,1ng up the morale of the
the Coast Guard to Ann Jewett of the Freshman class
I, Martha Leeman, do N111 and bequeath my hablt of dO1Hg one thlng at
a t1me and dOlHg lt Nell, to V1rg1n1a Bowker of tke JUHlOT class
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36th I, Scott Holmes, do lll and bequeath my Santa Clause costume to Jack
of the Junlor cla s, provldlng he'll hold all The llttle glrls on hls knees
37th I, Mary Stone, do wlll and bequeath my slnglng, sophlslcatlon, and
to Beverly Curran of the Sophomore class
38th I, Russell Hatch, do wlll and bequeath my recent lnterests IH sports
to Everett P rker of the Freshman class
39th I, Mary Morse, do Nlll and bequeath my art of falling 1U and out of
love so easlly to Nat lle Burdett of the Freshman class
LOth I, Bernard Pratt, do lll and bequeath my ablllty to love one glrl,
and one glrl only to a lv Vayo of the Junlor class
hlst I, Irls G rdner, do wlll and bequeath my hatred for men to Mae Nelson
of the Freshman class
b2nd I Robert Dolan, do wlll and bequeath my leadershlp 1U organlzlng
school actlvltles to HBuddyH Bonrey of the Junlor class
L3rd Ne, Jane Buker, and Mary Furber, do alll and bequeath our ablllty
1U passlng notes at all tlmes and lH all classes, and get lng avay 1th lt
Jane Trott and Ann Desmond of the Junlor class
Lhth I, Betty Anderson, do N111 and bequeath my art of keeplng my love
l1fe strlctly confldentlal, to Betty Anderson of the Sophomore class
L5th I, Fred Andre s, do w1ll and bequeath my constant experlrentlng wlth
sclentlflc lnstruments to Roger Plnkham of the Sophomore class
hoth I, Lorna Kramer, do wlll and bequeath my 50UV9UlTS C0119 Ted on mv
many trlps to Allce Lorralne Purdue of the Sophomore class
h7th I Edward Parker do wlll and bequeath my ablllty to never get lH
other peoples vay to Bllly Barter of the Sophomore class
Eleanor Klng, do w1ll and bequeath my love for turnlng IH flre
Jane Footer of the Freshman cl s
Guy Hynes, do w1ll and bequeath my pet pa slon of staylng out
as posslble, to Reglnald Parker of the Freshman class
Betty Davls, do wlll and bequeath my brown eyes, whlch expres all
my thoughts, to Dotty Dunn of the Junlor class
5lst I, Nlck Poulos, do wlll and bequeath my theorles on llfe and llvlng,
to George Heath, of the Junlor clas
52nd I, Eleanor Fullerton, do alll and bequeath my standing post outslde
Room L to Llbba Trott and Dannv Brady of the Junlor class provldlng they wlll
take as good care of lt as NFrench1eH and I dld
53rd I, Kendall Chapman, do v'll and bequeath my ablllty to catch the
glrls 1th y camera to Robert Tanner of the Junlor class
Shth I, Paullne Crosby, do wlll and bequeath my tltle as sweater glrl
Barbara Preney of the Sophomore class
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back stage qu1et, to D1ck Andrews oi the Jun1or Pla s
Soth I, Sally Vunsey, do N111 and bequeath my hab1t of be1ng domestlcally
1nc11ned to Charlene Rogers of the Jun1or class
57th I, Thom s Worse, do N111 and oeoue th my love for the Army to all
those prospect1ve d a'tees IU next fears class
58th I, Martha Torrey, do w1ll and b queath
my rany anx1ous moments Na1t1ng
for the mall to armen Fuse of the Junlor class
59th I, Murlel Ravne , do Wlll and bequeath
10 bralds dur1ng my four years, to N rtha Pratt of
bOth 1, Frank t rltor, do 111 and bequeath
dy long ha1r, hlch I kept
the Junlor class
y nanla for speedlng around
town, to Ph111p Burr of the J oromore class
Loulse Dole of
to Barbara Dan
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T er, do H111 and o que h my healthy' OmpleX1OH to
the J r
lark, do 111 and beqdeath my uHSXh3USt1b1G supply of gum
the Jun1or class
11 of the Jun1o class
Kathleen Annan, do 111 and bequeath my lOO word a mlnute
Shorthand to larraret Jyran of the Jun1or class
Mary Morse and Betty anderson, do w11l nd bequeath the remalns
ot our gr y natter to those fho are 3mblt1OUS enough to attempt th1s task next
In 1tnes ther of we here nto set 1 hand IH seal, thls seventh d y of
June, lH the year of our Lord, one thous nd n1ne hundred and fortv four
for 1ts 1 st
sealed, D111 shed, an declared b the sa1d class
w111 and testament n the p esence of us, who at
of eacn other, r ve hereunto SUbSCTlD8d our names
seventh day of Jane, 195A A D
of l9AA as and
as NltHC ses
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leave my dutles
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nut street and H gh
C nary mallbox,
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Ddt rs oe holds preclous oros
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glrls lU 'l8 wrote to bcfs
ln qalte another fray
The g1rls p on th 1F ay to school
Tn groups from three to nlne,
Stop + +he box and laugh, then blush
no they step out of llne
Anna serds her note to Pete
and Betty he s to Babe
And Ke lv gets best wlshes
On the vlngS that he wus? m
The boys to 'hom they're frltlng
Jalxed thls same street before,
when the were on tnelr way to school
A year go or more
The 're cattered no' about the globe
he e laos have Jandereu far
o the contents of that m3l1bOX
Are llxe a shlnlng star
It brlngs them home lH splrlt,
1th ords both gay ,nd nlld
To the e here they ere cr dled
To D6 once more a Chl d
A otner on her y to Mass
o offer fervent prayer,
lll a K God's klnd protectlon
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What better souvemr ot school days
than the prctures m your classbook9
Classbooks produced by Semco
Photo lrthoaraphy can be generous
drawmgs at lrttle or rt addrtrortal
Thrs book was produced by
Semco Photo lrthography
SPAULDING MOSS COMPANY
42 Frcmklln Street
ly illustrated by photographs and
WITH A FUTURE
femploved xt the Telephone Company
you ll be helprng to w1n the wxr, because
communxe moms 15 one ofthe most essen
ual wartxme nndustrles At the same ume
you wlll e xrn good monev under pleasant
Here IS an opportunntv offermg you far
more than just 1 plxee to work Glrls
of the Semor Class should IFIWCSIIQLILC
this opportumty Traxmng courses do
not lnterfere vuth studnes or graduatxon
and are gnen rxght here at home Sxgn
up rlght awav and recene pay while
learmng G1rls ln the umor Class are
welcome to make xnqulrxes lookxng to
employment later on
Full salarv from the txme vou start
tralmng and prospects for advancement
XVhether vou stiv with us a few vears or
many sou vull find the wholesome, Con
gemal atmosphere of telephone work
abundantly worth vwhlle
for urtber Nl wnmfzou get 1:1 toucb uztb
MISS ELLA MCALLISTER CHIEF URERATGR
CENTRAL OFFICE 72 FRONT STREET ann-4
NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE A TELEGRAPH COMPANY
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EEUT VVHQHEH AND EDDD LUCK FDR THE FUTURE
TD THE CLASS DF 1944
KIND HEARTS ARE THE GARDENS
KIND THEIUEIHTE ARE THE QEIDTE
KIND WDRD5 ARE THE FLOWERS
KIND DEED5 ARE THE FRUITS
rbo FRONT STPEET 1- fe 'rife 1 2 -: BATH MAINE
BAIII MOIOR I ARTS
161, Front Street
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF l9bb
MAY YOU SOAR TO THE HEIGHTS AHEAD
Come to us for anythlng
Thompson s Studio
L9 ELM STREET BATH, MAINE
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Telephone 116-N Telephone 116-R
ARTHUR In MAYO
AMBULANCE DEHVICE LADY ATTENDANT
IUH QTREET BATH, MAINE
QASK THE FAMILIES NE HAVE SERVEDD
'SHOP AT SEARS AND DAVE'
RETAIL DEPARTMENT STORE
M rTngton 8 enter Streets
For eatdlog Orders Tel T705
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LIBBONC LOAL COMPANY
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SII WART WARNI R STURI:
108 Front Street
IA VI RD IJRUQJ STORI
I-DMIIND M SI'APLI:S
Front Street, Bath, Iralne
Boston and Malne
SIII-AS FILLING STATION
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DOUGLAS PHOTO SHOP
PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS
Sp9Cl3llZlHg 1D Marlne Photography
29 BROAD STREET A'ii:Fq TELEPHONE 29
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BOSTUNIM A R D SMITHS TAXI
BOS1ONIPN AND FTOHS4IEN SHOES Q
99 Front Street
Corner Front and Broad
Telephone 37 N
CARS AT YOUR SERVIoE
The Local Goodyear Tire Store
Opposlte the Park
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BA I H H I I COMPANY
HTne Fuel oenter
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5365 CONGRESS ST
aclzson 68 Xvhite Studio
Oakhurst Dairy Co
Pasteurlzed Delrj PI'0d11Ct5
Hall 8: Hunt
BATH DYE WORKS
We call for A dellver
Tel 1,9 5
Commerce St Bath, Me
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room Tl oagadahock Blk
Front atreet, Bath, Maine
Sli I Vl H MARKFT
The Red 81 Whlte Store
PHII b LORNl:R MARK!-I
The Hatchet Brand Store
1 J NEWBPRRY CO
314 oenter Street, Bath, Malne
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RANGE 8.1 FUEL OIL
e Texas Co Pe roleum Product
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Home Made oandy
and Ice Cream
C ompllment S of
I IRS'I I EDIARAL SAVINL S
LOAN ASSOCIAT ION
109 Front Street, Bath, Malne
IACKS SHOE STORE
28 oenter Street, Bath, Mane
BOSTON SHOE STORE
19 Center Street, Bath, Malne
173 Front Street Bath, Maine
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Compliments of Compliments
GABRIELLES BEAUTY SALON
100 Front St Bath, Maine
Telephone 1185 Cllothier to the entlre family
For Beauty Care at 1tS Best
on the budget plan
A F rlend
D Stetson fl
"A ways at your ser'v1ce"
Lra I Battery Service
Center Street. Bath, Maine
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MALONEY S BEAUTY SHOP
Bath, Maine Tel 11141,
The Edna Mae Shoppe
N Gratz Jackson 8: Sons
electrlcal troubles t usn
Let NNick the Shoemakern Rebuild
Your Old Shoes
United Shoe Repair
13h Front St Bath, Maine
Bath Department Store
Lewis E Wll80h
Graduate ln Pharmacy
1 Front sf, Bath, Maine
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TURREY QI-JLLER ELISHINE CU
Bath's Best Hotel
MORRIS S POVILH
feanelw geauizf Salon
Bath Natlonal Bank Bulldlng
Ruth H Allenwood, Prop
Best W1 shes
C ompllme nt S of
l9O Front Street
Complnnents o f
Telephone 390 W Bath, Mamie
Complments of Compllments of
WILLIAM E KAMBER PODL MILLER TAILOR SHOP
Foot Speclallst Chlropodlst 162 Front Street
lOO Front St Telephone l7l
' oleanlng and Presslng
MADDENS MARKET DR. WILLIAM S. FRADKIN
V1 guerlte Hlnes
I141en Denn son
uern lne Bonne
ls Athletlc Assoclatlon
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Center Street, Bath, Palne
Best HlSh9S To
THE CLASS OF 'bb
Jgzpadi SHOE STURE
102 FRONT STREET
IIALIETS DRUu QTORF
The Rexall Store
for 62 years
O M Redlon
Harry J MacDonald
Your WNe1ghborhoodW Store
932 Hlgh St Bath, Mal
Shawn Book Store
Fred P Shaw
Newsdealer and Stationer
91 Front Street
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