Morse High School - Clipper Yearbook (Bath, ME)

 - Class of 1948

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Cllam o 1948 The Senror Class offrcers for 1947 48 xx ere as follows Presrdent Joan Shaw Vrce Pr esrdent Arthur Bowker Secretarx Annette Godfrey Treasurer Barbara Poulos 'Student Councrl Members Amelra Mrtchell Edward Rowe Clarre Mllton Carlton Reed Barbara Dunton 7 At our first meetrng Alxrn Gedrman was appornted charrman of the Freshman Inrtratron Commrttee The Freshman Inrtratron turned out well the freshmen berng great sports about the whole thrng All the serrrors were a brt drsapporrrtecl when a freshman became Mohrba queen but ex erybody agreed that she made a lovely queen and really deserved the honor The attend ants from the Senror Class were Avrs Carter and Barbara Dunton Chrlstmas cards were sold to burld up the treasury The Senror Class play commrttee xxas headed by Axrs Carter The Class voted to have a mystery and the one selected was Home Sweet Homrcrde by Crarg Rrce Mrss Nancy Woods drrected the play whrch was presented on January 31 The sale of homemade The Orchestra and Senror Class Jorned efforts to sponsor an Edward Lrttle High School Band concert here Because of bad weather the attendance was poor and the orchestra generously gaxe all the profrt to the Senror Class Srx candrdates were rromrnatecl for the DAR Good Crtrzenshrp award Frnally chosen was Amelra Mrtchell There was much controx er sy as to whether we should wear caps and gowns for gradua tron rt was xoted lrowexer to keep the tradrtron of whrte dresses and tuxedos The class was very proud when rt was announced that George Dole was one of the two Marne students to Vllll the Pepsr Cola Scholarshrp We know that no one rs any more deserxrng than George and that he wrll make the most of hrs opportunrty A Cooked Food Sale xx as xery successful and plans are now underway for a Senror Prom and a Card Party Much credrt goes to our class advrsor M1 Pomerov whose help and advrce have con trrbuted so greatlx to the success of our senror year candy between acts added greatly to the frnancial success of the play. pina! usi- Honon lPantA The honor parts were evenly d1V1d6d between the boys and the gxrls th1S year w1th the boys takrng the two hlghest honors The valedlctorlan was George Dole the salutatorxan Thomas G111ette The g1r1s took both the honor essays wlth Barbara Densmore as the frrst A11 the students were actlve 1n extra curr1cular act1v1t1es Wh1Ch adds to the dlstlnctlon of recelvlng one of these honors George Dole was Edltor of the Tabulae and a member of the Jun1or Leglslature Thomas G111ette was also a member of the J un1or Leglslature besldes bemg on the Mentor staff Barbara Densmore was on the Mentor staff and was very actlve 111 gxrls sports Ruth Coombs was act1ve 1n g1r1s sports and was Pres1dent of the Gxrls Leader Corps essayist and Ruth Coombs as the second. cVlc1t1o YICLQ cynon oc1et13 14 N1111 1 1 1111 11111 S0111 1 1111111 1 PL FH C0011 9 C ILOPGE IJOI E IOXIN SIIXK1 If 11111111111 1111311 1 1 11 111111 111 If J PIV1 I'AIIILIA1C1K1 -YN BXPBAPA IJPNSXIOPI' B-11-USAPA IJUNTOIN ANNEFTE GODFPEY PHILIP H-XSKELI FPANC EQ 'XI XPKS KIINIA N11NIXI 'N ILXPIYN INI!II1FI' CLAIRE IXI1ITON KK III IAM IJCJNIEPUY LIU IX POC PPS IIIONI-XS SXIIFII I -XUI IINI' SIPOL I BITIYIXN1 XXIIIIS 4 I H1111111 S111111x 11111111 II BARBARA HbXPTQGPC1X1 I P XINK VN XPPI N DCJRILFN XX II I Iw N1I1111111 N 1 T111 11111 "11,u 1111-111131-11N 11: 11111 1j111.+f 111 1. 48 '11.'1-11 1111111111 '11 1111- I1 -JIIII ' ' ' "1 Q 1I1P11' .I'1:'1111' j:1411:'1 1 " ' ' , 'BQ 2 . k . 1 A . , , ,, T1 - '12 11111 ff 111 11111 "11 111 ,143 1w1'11 111111-11111 111 1111- X1 ' 1' 'S '11-15' 111111112 11 '11'S1'111111' j.'1-:11" 111111116111 , 1 'ANI' AVIS 1fA1i'1'1iH ,. , , , ,- , .A L 1 . . 1 1 1 .l 1' 1 1' ' A Ay 1, , L Y 1 ' 1 I 1 I 1 1 I L nw V112 '5 ' I . 111. .- IAQ ' 7 ' . 1 ' 'V A A 1 l I 9 . 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"J v !. o o - y 1 x 1 HISTURN Ol THIL KI-Xss OI 1948 Freshman and Sophomore lears September 1944 a very momentus date rn the hrstory of Morse Hrgh School The Class of 1948 entered these hallowed Halls and began our frrst step on the way up the steep Mountarn of learnrng Very soon we elected our oncrcers for the year They were as follows Pr esrdent ROBERT HINDS Vrce Presrdent DEAN COOK Secretary FRANCES YOUNG Treasurer DOROTHY BELANGER Student Councrl Teresa St Peter Donald Robrnson Mr Alkazrn served as our class advrsor Many members of the Class of 48 Jorned the Dramatrcs Club the Glee Club, and the Latrn Club Our outstandrng athletes were and strll are Blarne Trafton and Clarence Squeakre Irrsh They were chosen for the unusual honor of playrng on the varsrty team therr first year All rn all our frrst year was very successful but the next year Wrth some experrence behrnd us was even more so Presrdent CARLTON REED Vrce Presrdent BLAINE TRAFTON Secretary DOROTHY BELANGER Treasurer ANNETTE GODFREY Student Councrl Frances Young MarJ0r1e Rogers Donald Robrnson Frgurrng that two heads were better than one we had co advrsors They were Mrs Flaherty and Mrs Mayo Three grrls were chosen to represent the class rn the Mohrba Queen Con test The grrls were Amelrfr Mrtchell Marre Whrte and Annette Godfrey who Won the trtle of Sophomore Attendant The Sophomore Class provrded the rest of the school wrth some enter tarnment rn the form of an assembly under the drrectron of Mrs Flaherty We sponsored two rummave sales whrch were very successful and added to our treasury The money makrng commrttee was Clarr Mrlton Dean Cook Amelra Mrtchell and MarJor1e Rogers Thrs year ended our apprentrceshrp so to speak and We became UPPERCLASSMEN ' ' Evelyn McPhee ' . c V 4 v l At an early class meeting the following officers were elected: 5 Q ' . .ll NIUR SENIOR 1 IASB HISTORY It was Wlth pr1de after the close of our second year that we returned lll the fall of 1946 as Upper Classmen Led by Carlton Reed presldent Joan Shaw VICE presldent Annette Godfrey treasurer Ruth Coombs secre tary and our adv1sor Ml Nathan Watson we successfully undertook many thlngs We always had the backlng of our representat1ves 1n the Student Cou11c1l who were Carlton Reed George Dole Carroll Hatch Av1s Carter and Cla1re M11tOl'l Th1S year we looked forward to our Jlll'll0I' Class play Sxng For Your Supper whlch was under the d1rect1o11 of M1ss Nancy Woods The leadmg roles of Stephen Foster Brown alld Susan P1per take11 by John Sull1van and Clalre M11tOll respect1vely were vely smoothly portrayed The proceeds added to 0111 treasurv A baked bean s11pper was also sponsored to augment funds Many of the boys and gnls DHFLICIDHLSG lll the varlous clubs and organ 1zat1ons lll the school I11 the field of sports however we were part1cu1arly proud to cla1m as OUIS two of the Western Mallle Champs Blalne Trafton and Squeak Ir1sh We walted w1th 1n1pat1e11ce f1on1 the t1me our class rxngs were ordered lllltll late spung when the dellvery was made After seelng them we knew that they were well worth wa1t1ng for When J u11e came round on the calendar we real1zed that upon returmng 111 the fall lt would be as members of the Sen1or Class W1th th1S thought 111 mxnd we eagerly awa1ted the commg of another school year On a sunny day Ill the mlddle of September approxlmately 126 students returned to Morse as SCIIIOFS We elected as our presldent Joan Shaw the second g1rl ever to hold th1s most coveted office 1n the h1story of the school The other officers elected at th1s t1me were Arthur Bowker v1ce pres1dent Annette Godfrey secletary Barbara Poulos treasurer Our adv1sor th1s year was Mr J Edward Pomeroy Aga111 th1s year we were very ably repre sented on the Student Cou11c1l by Joan Shaw Barbara Dunton Clalre M11 to11 Amel1a Mltchell Edward Rowe a11d Carlton Reed the latter belng elected presldent of the COllllC1l One of the most 1mportant lf 11ot the most 1mporta11t events of the year IS our annual Moh1ba Talent Show a11d Ball These fest1v1t1es were held 111 the fall rathel than Ill the spr1ng th1s yea1 for the f1rst t1me Wlth the Sen1ors taklllg thell usual prom1nent parts 111 the act1v1t1es Th1S arrange ment proved to be so successful that Mohlba w1ll be contmued at th1S t1me 1n the future Although no11e of our cand1dates for Queen of Mohlba Ball were elected Av1s Cartex a11d Barbara Dunton were the Sen1or Attendants As the year plogressed Basketball became the mterest of the moment It IS doubtful whether there IS another school 111 the state WhlCh takes 1ts Basketball more S6I'l0llS1y tha11 does Morse Hlgh of Bath Under Dunc Farrell s compete11t COaChlllg a11d the fme leadersh1p of Co Capta1ns Squeak Ir1sh and Bla111e Trafton the ShlDbll1ld6I'S of Morse Hlgh spurted Oll to a record of whlch to be proud Sllff6I'lHg Ollly two defeats lll seventeen scheduled games Eve11 though el1m1nated Ill the quarter finals of the State Ser1es It IS agreed by all who saw them play that Dunc Farrells boys were stellar performers 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 f 1 '- 1 4 1 1 1 11 11 ' . 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The Se111or Class has the s1ngular 1101101 th1s year of havrng a member WID the most des1red of all College Sclrolarshrps that of the PSDSI Cola Company wo11 bv George Dole our class Valedlctorlan He rs o11e of the two w1nners of th1S honor rn the State of Ma111e It lb only r1atu1al a11d proper that the e11t1re class shares th1s prrde ot ach1evemer1t wrth George A unlque feature of th1s vears Yearbook IS that a permanent seal a11d name have been adopted for It The Student Cou11c1l voted to use as rts seal the Coat of Arms of the Morse tam1ly 111 cor1s1derat1o11 of the fact that the or1g1nal Morse Hrgh School was a g1ft to the C1ty by the late Mr C W Morse The Yearbook W1ll also be known 111 the future as The Tabulae mearnng records It rs a great accompl1shmer1t that such permanent symbols have been set up for the Yearbook Our class has dedlcated th1s years publ1ca t1on to our former school assocrate a11d fr1er1d Mr Harold E Armes affec t1or1ately known by all as Bummy Even though the teachers may have been wont to remark that th1s lb the most tryrng class they have ever seen or to tell us that as SCIIIOYS we have somet1mes set a verv poor example for the ur1derclassmen the members of the Class of 1948 all feel that the teachers of Morse Hrgh are go1ng to mrss each and every one of us r1early as much as we are gorng to mrss the fifth per1od study halls 111 Room L or the Frrday mornrng assem bl1es rn the Aud1tor1um We have successfully carrred out ma11y projects th1s year addlng to the funds already 111 our treasury for the all 1mportant purpose of the Class Tr1p The sale of Chrlstmas cards the co sponsor1r1g of the Edward Lrttle phone Br1dge a Baked Bean Supper our Sen1or Prom ar1d last but by no means least the play Home Sweet Hom1c1de have all added thelr b1t to the ever growlng ever needy class treasury Th1s play was most ably coached by Mrss Nar1cy Woods wrth Chee Chee You11g Evelyn McPhee and Carroll Hatch rn the starrrng roles It enjoyed a most pleasmg success We have ChOS8ll as our class motto Not at the top but st1ll clrmbrng ar1d as our class colors scarlet 1nd whlte Our class ode 18 sung to the tune of Now Is The Hour The oldest member of the class rs EWSIIEY years ol age and the youngest rs Just slxteen The tallest has gamed the herght of SIX feet three rnches the shortest IS push1ng up 111 the world to tl1e measurement of flV9 feet Our heavywerght W61ghS Ollly two hundred four pou11ds wh1le the class featherwerght trps the scales at less than a hlllldfed pounds In these last few moments we have br1efly summarraed some of the out standrng events of our stay at Morse Hlgh School Tonrght we le we the happy past and start out HIICW upon l1fe s way Our paths have led us up tl1e hrll partw ry What hes beyond rs st1ll ours to d1scer11 Wlth courage dauntless and Wlth sprrlts g ry KIIOWIIIQ, new scenes wrll greet us at each turn And glad there vnll be always n1uch to learn S0 start we 011 agarn th1s very nrght Ever to seek we hope a greater herght Ph1l1p Haskell ' ' ' . . 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Mme At the Golden Lrght the doorman Blarne Trafton lb greet111g the customers Ir1s1de I see Ruth Coombs a11d Barbara Densmore checkrng hats Annette Godfrey the crgarette g1rl just trrpped over the bouncer Carroll Hatch The show has Just begun Playboy Ph1l1p Haskell lb srttrng 111 the front row makrng eyes at the torch srnger Betty Chadbourne Next I see Glorra Ethel and Marjorre Rogers wrth Squeak Ir1sh and Don Sylvester dO1llQ, fr tumbhng and Jugglrng act Abou Ben Ah Comrng 1lll,O my V1S101l IS the Frve story Bath Department Store desrgned by Martrn Doyle Here comes the manager B111 Foley who IS breaknrg lll Charlre Drngley the new floor walker George Bly ant rs now sellrng l1l'lf.,9119 to Stan Chappell On the second floor rn the Carousel Beautv Salon the renow11ed COIHUFG artrsts Fern LaRochelle and Ed Rowe 'ne workrng d1l1gently trylng to create a new hfnr' do to it the chapeau that John Sullrvan at the Hat Bar just sold to that fussy Barbara DLIIILOII Adjornrng th1s beauty parlor IS Perts Tl1l'k1Sh Bath Inc The owner a11d leadrng masseur 111 New England Bub Pert IS massagmg Fred Bolduc who wrenched hrs back Whlle playmg golf at the country club Mme Dorngs at the C1ty Hall are certarnly buzzrng The Town CF161 rmportant town meet111g There seems to be a problem Dave Johnson the collector of the par krng meters just bustled rn He Just has to be on trme Tom Grllette lb Mayor and Glorra A Brown lb secretary to the Mayor They are really Ill a drther On the srdewalk rn front ol the c1ty hall 1S the famous mag1c1an Magrc Man Brette he persrsts 111 dorng h1S act there as bl1Sl1l6Sb 1S rather dull th1s trme of the year On top of all th1s those spectacular wrestlers Roland Dumars and Edd1e Hagan are tryrng to cut rn on Magrc Man Brettes Act Oh where are those two handsome pol1cemen Tardy MacDonald and John Guerretteo Are they never on the11 Jobs To the rescue my boys' Abou Be11 Ah There lb a new constructron 111 the n1et1opol1s It lb called the McRae Screntrhc Instrtute 111 honor ol the fnchrtect Don McRae who bllllt rt That l1ttle lrdv screntrst the for mer Norma Nrckerson has IIIVGDLGCI somethrng to prexent her hrrsband RICIHQ Thomas lrom gettlng bald headed In .1 1oon1 o11 an upper floor pandemonrum has let loose After long years a11d countless hours ol rese nch those great rnventors 'D1ck Challrs and B111 Pomeroy have made a transparent celophane page so that at long last they can read a book wrthout turnrng the pages A-4 ' I- ' .' 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Thell seeletfllx X1lQ1ll1'i 1NI'1ClNIlh1l1 15 tlxlllsc her best to e llm clovkll the atmosphele 'Vlme The-le IS fi State Ffllr llefllbx Evelyolle has tlllllfixd out to get fl f llmpse lt some ol the one tlme Belth ltes Hlehllvhteel 011 the blll of 1ff'1lIS ue those fellles tllckl lelllu 'lltlsts Eeleile Bells JIITL Footel wud Fud Pottel Rflllembel the cus thew used to elllwe back 111 489 Oh xes thele 'lle tuo othel f'1Ill1l1'1I' names to 'you Thex ale F1'1l1C6S NIEIKS CDHDIDIOII Bubble Gum Blower and her IHUSICHI '1CCOI'T1pdll1St Rollfllcl Ltllflbee Th If ls flbout the ellcl ol the Fall lOl 0116 elm Abou Bell Ah Nou I su the 1OlllIC6Il STOIN RIXKIVICXN Hotel UXNl1f,Cl by th It IIOIOIIOUS lllf stel Mel Fellls The held bell hop Molty WIIIILI IS eglvlllg lllstluctlolls to Dlck Cllllll Bud Shepflrel lllel Bud Reed to be oll thell toes 101 tllex hlve IS fhell guests the IIHIOUS MOISCLtCS md Clule Mlltoll Dlllcels CLlt11l'11V C111 be 1J'llT,1Cllll.1 Mllle Jo Ill Shlvx 15 the Clldpelolle lllel 1J11ll1St ol thls dlllelllgz, bevvy Althlll Boxxkel the QIIQCIOI ol the show 15 QIVIIIQ, O1Cl615 to the 1Jl0b19Il1 xlolllllsts Pflt Woldell md Metllly 11 McEl1llall Of COUISQ llothlllg eould go snloothlx md someolle Qlvt 'us h 15 to be lflte Betty J me Wlllls llevel tllllf 1118 lst t 1 led 111 lltll B111 VOOIIIQQS The If s L llw l lo eollllllotloll Abou Bell Ah Thev h lu lust lece 1V6 tl 1 e lll 110111 PICSICIQIIL Johll Ellls s ly lllw th lt thu hme IJLSSEC1 '1Il'l111tlllV tl llllllll., llvu lllcl uleelltlw lleecl oul l bowls IJ 1ldOll 0111 Cust ll xt s lt lu L lss o M1119 allel Abou So LO1124' ... ,. . 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LLASS W lLl We the class of 1948 of Morse H1gh School C1ty of Bath 111 the County of Sagadahoc and the State of Mallle belng at th1s t1me 111 full possesslon of our mental faculues do herebv pubhsh and declare th1s to be our last W111 and testament Wh1Ch shall be executed 3.CCOI'd1I1g to the f01lOW111g po1nts 1st We the graduatlng class of 1948 do proudly and truthfully bestow upon the faculty a SIHCGFS thank you fox all the good w1ll a11d k111d1l6SS they have shown 2nd We the S9l11OI'b do w1ll a11d bequeath ou1 Home Rooms L Book keeplng and Stenography to the Jlll1101'S pI'OV1dl11g that they use them w1th due respect rd To the Sophomo1es we w1ll and bequeath our gentle a11d soph1st1 cated manner and k11'1C1l18SS tOWa1dS ll11d81C1'1SSI'I161'l h To the Freshmen we W111 and bequeath our W11111lg116SS to leave when the eleven fifty and three flfteen bells flllg h I Betty Chadbourne do W111 and bequeath my shy ways and soft speech to Fr1eda Legard of the Jun1o1 class 6th I Mer1ee11 Jameson do W111 and bequeath my qu1et weak volce to Barbara Hartsgrove of the Class of 49 7th I Annette Godfrey do w1ll a11d bequeath my melt1ng brown eyes Wh1Ch express all my 1nnermost thoughts to Sklppy Mlller of the Jun1or class to the next to be so honored 9th I Barba1a Poulos do W111 a11d bequeath my t1tle as M1ss Fash1o11 Plate of 48 to Gay Mason of the JUIIIOI' class 10th I Paul111e Strout do w1ll and bequeath my capab1l1ty and SHICIGUCY 111 everythlng I do to Joyce Sprague of the JLll'l101 class 11th I Eleanor Gotte do w1ll and bequeath my fondness of V1S1f111g M1 Pomel oy and emergmg Wlth a ta1dy sl1p to Vlfglllld. Whltney of the Flesh ma11 class 12th I Dot Bel111g,e1 do w1l1anCl bequeath my londness 101 e itlllg b1eak last all mornmg long to Anna CL1I11I'l11llQ.,b 01 the Class of 49 13th We Isabelle F1field and Anna F'a11'1r do w1ll and bequeath ou1 slacks to Betty Footex and MHFJOIIG Cumnnngs ol the J11111o1 class 14th I Shnlu R1d6OLlt do w1ll and bequeath mv lou of men 1nd 111 planes to 2111510116 else who n1ay be so 111cl111ed . A Lx. . A v I I ! I I I ' Q U . 3 ' , 1 . U , .i .- I . ' C . 4t . , ' ' ' ' 5t . , , ' ' ' 8th. I. Joa11 Shaw, do will a11d bequeath my success as a girl president. . ' 2 , .u ' , ' K. ' . 2 ' . .- - - . 1 . 1. ' 'L . . L ' 1. ." , . ' .' ' . A ' . . ' ' 1 Y ' ' 1 f y 1 ' . . ' .- loth I Ruth Coombs do wrll and bequeath my naturally curly harr to Ann Stevenson of the Junror class 16th We Amelra Mrtchell and Clarre Mrlton do vull and bequeath our leadershrp abrlrtres and all of our manv frrends to Theresa Tardrif and Marrlyn Tovt ne of the Junror class 17th I Frances Marks do wrll and beque 1th mv nrghtrngale notes to Lorrarne Dumars of the Sophomore class 18th I Brrbara Dunton do wrll and bequeath my wrnnrng smrle and sweet ways to Mary Burgess of the Freshman class 19th I Patrrcra Cowan do wrll and bequeath my a1g,:.les to Barbara Summerton of the Junror class 20th I Arthur Morse do W111 rnd bequeath my quret rnd trrnrd manner to Arnold Logan ot the Ll rss ot 50 21st I, Pete Barter do Wrll and bequeath my very very drgnrfied ways rn and out of classes to Rrchard Card of the Sophomore class 22nd We George Bryant and Phrlrp Haskell do wrll and bequeath the Englrsh Office back to rts overseer Mrss Mary Conley 23rd I Roland Dumars do wrll and bequeath my apprecratron of my 24th I Alvrn Gedrman do wrll and bequeath my I ll get rt done some how attrtude to Everett Poulrot ol the Class of 49 25th I Dayrd McKellar do Wrll and bequeath my leverrsh manner to Kenneth Largay of the Sophomore class 26th I Arthur Bowker do wrll and bequeath my love 101 Class Presr dents to any underclassmen who hrve such good luck 27th I Buddy Reed do W111 and bequeath my reputatron as a flrrt to Drckre Johnson of the Class of 51 28th I Charles Drngley do W111 and bequeath my happy go lucky man ner to all those underclassmen who take lrfe too serrously 29th We the Senror Shop Boys do Wrll and bequeath 111 of our old dungarees to Gordon Prnkhrm of the Sophomore class In vvrtness whereof we here unto subscrrbe our names and affix our seal rn the otiice or Morse H1g,h School and declare thrs to be our Last Wrll and Testament thrs erghth dav of June rn the year of our Lord nrneteen hun dred and lorty erght Betty Jane Wrllrs Wrllram Pomeroy Wrtnessed by Mrss Leonard M1 Watson 4 . V' ' . ' ff. . , .1 ', . c 2 L A I I H Q 'L ' C ' . K- I . . , ., l.L. . L. A . ' . . . . L ,lnie A V ' . . ... . ' 2 , L . ' Z ' ' ,. ' 1 ' - u Q . 'k. . . own talents to Johnny McPhee of the Class of '49. ' V . . V , L C ,, . Q . - H 1. . ' ' N gr'-W . . . Y c v' r -Y ' K - ' 1 -'lr C. Q U ' . . V ' ' '. . c L l Q fr' ' 1 '- - v ' H v - I C ' A ' ' Y' K.. . Y . A. .' . C K rv L , 'nv I K f N I V L y . ' Gervase Ralph Babine "Bussie" "To banish cure and happy be." A veteran nl' the U. S. Army. Bussie Hnished two years in the shop. During these two years, he has become very popular with the boys-and girls. too. John Babme bull uuters run deep mlm IS ont ol tho. llttle ltnoun members of our Llass but xx hen mu get to lrntm htm IIS rull north the effort A suell lellou rx hos bound to ln lllttd bs unrrong and be suuusful Ill what un ho. does Ernest Back Erme Order 13 nature s ftrst lun Ihr abou quotatlon null nexer Ht anwone battnr than xt dons lzrnu. llc. s one of the best dressed fellows vue lmou And dont the girls ltnmm lt, too, Ernlel' Reginald Barter, Jr e e llutlea s the onlm uetu ltmtlnall Xlnlubt Suxmr Plas Plxy stcal Edunttton Duuunstra tum Pete. ts our urslun ul Luu Costello Hts jLSUDg abllltx and af. unnplrshtnults on tht stage. hart made htm mam friends mclud mg the lurtr sw. lxup lll tlrcrt, pltehmg Put Harry Barret Srluxu, uml s11u.4.111v go lzuml 111 lmml llarrx ts gulllg tntu the mtmstn after he has talrzn ln stnm lllgllll' Ldllkdllllll There. IN nobodx ue lcnou vtlro utll be more pg l'SLXLI'll1g and stnurn tn ltls uorlr All our but vushu gn uit 1 ltlm on to sutnss Dorothy Aldana Belanger o II 11 al ll K 1 llthllftl' mtl Surattrx Smut X rllulnll linslsuxa Xu un S nlxlnll K l C C-ltt Club Dramatic Clulr ,l'LSlllLlll llsnm ILUIIIIIIIILN C lull Yllllll llurgatlun Cuunul Surntars llnrt s a gxnl um Lt trustr an rl muntl gal mlm ltkts nlmut utrxtlnng Xvhatutr xuu do Dot hut s tu xuur sucnus Edwun O'cus Berry Eddue l on and me ue su eat mul slate Ed u ull make someone a good cmploxcc ln the futurt because luc ukts to uorlt Thfut und hus scnst ol humor null surclu malst bum .1 success Romeo Edgar Buette Romue Art s flue tlzuuug Drunntucs C luss und C lub Frm mlu C lub Nltuut ur Su nt rx l Nlohtba Scnuor C l uss Pl uu :mum us l uokung uht uc t u ttclunut ul t urttr XM u ltnou rom su udx quulutx t rst tuut tl lu tp up tht grt ut uu rlt ullult Stella Leonard Bloclt C ar uuuet luut olu mu Dramatuc Calub Char uants to be .1 haurdrcsscr If her oun blond trtsscs arc' am untlucatuon sbt s bound to bc .1 succtss uuet clllcucncx aptls tltscrubts sou and ut all hope sou do ucll un sour htlrl Fernand Bolduc re Back un czuxes agaun Basketball Football Baseball X1 Club lrul us anothtr ol tht mam uts un our class Ile L uma b'tCk uutlu us our unuor star alter .u butch un thc lNfuux Hus umbutuon us to bttount u phxsut ul ttluuf. utuon unstrtuttor VW lsnou lux ll mulu Loot Arthur Moses Bowlter Buusuness lmsuuuess lrtuutlu Club Drauuufutut Club Pluu BuLlntn Club Iootbull llustball Xluuuagtr Xltntor lturboolt unuor und Stnuor Pluus Sttutt Contest Pl us X uct Presudcnt Stnuor Ll.-uss Cfltt Club lt Art carrucs hus .uctung abulutu and class spurut on to tht U ol Xl ht 4 un t help btung u sunashuuug, SllCLtSs Glorua Anne Brown Gabby Laugh and the uorld lnuuglus ututlu uma Baslsctball Vollubfull l-rench C,lub Nloluuba Thus luttle lueuurc has done lots of chctrung up un her four xcurs hue The Boston School of Arts null bt u luxtls pl uct u hen tluus Xluss urruus than Rest ol luclt C ubbx u George Edward Bryanf ro Is there u doctor tu tlze Iwuxvf I mn Clulw Irnmll Club Xiu Iruldnnt I'ro.s1da.nt Phu B1 nm Lb nu mc Ura astra XIUIIIIVI Ilrnnanc an Xhntnr I Ill mul 1 aunt r .mr Ll Lung: 1 goal UI XICC1 I Ill mini IS 1 I ng xx xx Irom hm but xxc. Lin tcII In ll m L tlu grldn Barbara Elaine Burden Barbie life S I I I rm mlm C lub umur Plax XII IIIIDJ I3 lsIxLtIJ all Ilr m ns s xx xx IDIS tc xx rr III I Ilugn llplflllltlll Mturv. 1 nx 'ri N ll 451 N III IN I I XX N11 Shi N In fl Ruchard Fredernck Cahull Duc C ct nz there and 15,I1t ImntImII Baseball SXNIIIIIUIDL Baslxntball IIuLIu.x XVTLSIIIDL, X C ul: Illdx xx as ll'I about lxcrx 1tI1I1.t1a actlxxtx IIL xx as alxxaxs Ill than xx1tI1 all In had 1 graft tribute. tu Morse. Bcxt of luck IS 1 IJLINIIILNN mm Dmk Sylvua Lorranne Campbell ue Suucss uouux patient e mt Il uIxLtIn.1II Ixilllllbd Uslnr Rank C ard CUIDIIIIIKLL A lull ul IJ011LI IUXLIIHLSS buldu unc ul our IJLISILSI seniors that s .1 w1nImmtmn that s Nun to take hu r1p.,Imt tn tlu mp m Inr lmukkuprm., II1 rm s t I tha IuIhIImcnt rl all xrrur xxlslus Sum Carol Jane Carlton e 1 1 1 spar II Imt more xx IIILIC to Sax I3asIxo.tbaII Q L C X ,lluball SuItbaII Smut Rank Cards Ilnus our rcclluad um I xhl xxxn ut unr ll shn putx 1 lnuLl LIILYLJ 1ntoxtnnugripI1x 1 su c LN IIIIU ll LIN su L mt IL p sllutlc llig llr 1. I xxls LN ll Avns Adella Carter f u ax 1 mm xml 1 umnlt rtn one mn I nm 1 Dram mu XI C Iubs Sunlarx Phu B1 C um ' u 1: C. -. C.: X icc I re.-si cnt Cf A. A.: Um--Act I' ay: Near 'z . cnt-,rg fncccrg 1. 1-tm : I vx Tl : S III ' II: lludminnmz X 1 xi 1.1. H . A ' 'wrt-R no cm I tu- xirtuca rl tus N 1,5-, N mc 5 jun my-.f us. . u I ' . ' - NIICCCNN nm vnu. Miriam Elizabeth Chadboume "Betty" "Forget her? Hou' Cfillltl we?" Basketball: Soccer: Softball: Badminton: :Xrcherxt Volleyball: Ping-Pong: Vice President Dramatic Club: junior ancl Senior Plays: Glee Club: Dramatic Club Une-Act Play. tx-'s xxur in X i ixxi it missu in t t luturt Nxt' turn nut In su htr n t t pm stigc thuugi Richard Morrll Challis Duc lm the xlzezlc of rlrnln Dirk xxnnt miss the unurmlortable chairs xx hun be lcaxes but :lt lust xxtint bt tht saint xxit nut X rs u t mc t t tm up in mum xxi it Stanley Roberi Chappell, Jr a fo bear is to conquer our are Stan tlianlts txrtrxont lor tll tht btlp ht has rtcuxul int xxt xx mt to thank him rust lor being Stan and bung xxith us Rl ht rt s n ml ubt but th it ht ll sutuul in th it lortstrx uiursn Dean Edward Cook Bulldog Ho Irlmr lmc' :ati UD tirxm Jr. in is tint ul our grt it wit wi p ixtrs His uutstincllnp, ptr lurminu xxill ht mtssttl incl lung rtmtmbtrtc in luturt xt irs Ruth Hillman Coombs Rufhie Siteclcr tlmu the rnxex zu l I1 Sutter Baclmlnttm -Xrthcrx lumnr Pltx Class Sttrctarx Soltbrll Chr. C ub it mgtlit txttrmr biclts 1 gif x h ll lxs mtg att nr si na 1tx ml i tu it ur Illligs tint spt Nllltlss lxmtlt rgtrtt n rut t Rosealine Mary Cormier Rosey rue to her urnil tt orlc mn rztm x Basketball Y llt ball Bulmlnttm Artht rx lJll1gPlhI1g Nl hiba French Latin Glen C lub Rusu is hindi quiet but lust tht sum xxt ilxx ixs lxnuxx sir. s rt Such niet g l and hm lrnncl is surt In miltt t 1 rst B sttvl ut t x u in txtrxt lm, ltistx Hut, . ' It .huh be ll l - .. 'l li- '. 'll .ill .. , ,, h. -A -- i ,Q ,1, - - - ll - ku i' ' -iiii -i 'h I .l .illiis-will ' g . "ll '? . "Sf n" 1 fl - Si . iihx I C 2 i '. ii i . '. in i " la ' f" lfnballz "Al" Cl l: Y '1 l lx. l -1 - ' 1 li lzll ltr' - . 1 ' I '- i 2 i' ii ' i.i.' ' 1 ' ' ' ll I I ' 'V 'i . Q Latin: Freircliz Dramatic Clubs: President Ci. YL. C.: Basketball: Thr 2 4'a"l xulaslnu ,A 'll".l'- r'l'f',z till l'tlf li I l. . -ll. 'A 'Q ' xxi ll b' lun xxitli this tt-.it-Iwi? "'lA ' ' . ' , l ff' lf' zz in 'x 'Q a A :A ' ' - :.IvA ' 'L L 1 ' 1 i ' i s. tht- '. f ' a a ' ' ' 'A' . ' z " an itl 'al tu '. e. il 'lt ti in ' -", ' h' J. l -1. Melvin Ralph Cornish "Mel" "To hear umcl1 and say little." Basketball: Baseball: Football: "M" Club. Although Mel is one of the best-liked boys in the Senior Class. he is strictly a terror on the basketball court. He will be missed hy the whole school next year. including a "few" girls. Stanley Elwood Cousins Skeet O1ermucl1 stmlm ts ri u earmess Skut is normalls and thoroughlx vtork nsrstmt or so In clalms but In sums to get things dont just tht smu N1 uhm tht Nnx an hgurt it r Patricia Anne Cowan a Laughter makes tlze world go round lhlflllllhtd Basketball Vollex ball Softball Archers Soccer Bad mtnton Ping Pong G L C unlor and Senior Plaxs Dramatic C lub ll sou need chcermg Pat s tht one to go to It she becomes a school teachtr eclucatlon s gonna be coming up ID the world be tort long K ood luck at Farmington and on up lat Albert James Cummings The secret 0 lzfe is not to lie in the uay Intramural Basketball Baseball Basketball Al IS one ot the more quiet boss m our class HL can alwaxs be sun vtorkmg on some old car He can make them run too Bc st of luck Al Beverly Mildred Denham ev A truer mend could net er be V llubill Vtlmter Sports Pmg Pong C L C Boccer Glee Cl l lhlhardtr worker than Bu would rtallx bt hard to hnd She xx mts to be a phx slothcraplst and hovx could slu lall She eouldn t Iulp sutuss ruth all her attributes Barbara Jeanne Densmore Barbie A great mind lveunms a great fortune Basketball Volluball Softball Sournr Badminton C I. C lJfdllldllL Frtnch Clubs Bank Cards Nlmnt r Barbu s ambmon to sptak Spanish and be .1 smtrttarx might t irrx har into the Pan Amt nam lmt Sht s got all tht quillhu is :mom tout 1 lor ts o lutk Bur ' ll ll ll 5 l lt' ' ' ' U Y V . xi'-h' Q ' .' 1 f . bn' N' 5 ' 'J ' ' J ' Q2 '. i 11' ' ' tl: ez ' ' i rut. ' ' IIP tl' A ' Q : J z I 2 ' 3: ' 9 .- N 1 - : . . 1.1 I ' l ,' I x x I Y 1 lk' x x . V Q ' . I 5 . . - ' J, . ' IIAIII ,, f . . . 7 9 . 5 . . . . , . I IIB ll ,, f . 7 .. Dramaticz Phi-Bi-Chem Clubsg Basketball: Softballg Badmintong o -1' 1 1 ' 1 Q: ' - 3 Q. . T.: t 3 . t ' I' - x 1 . 5, 'I ' ll ' 1 1 ' ' ' af ' ' : 1. . '.: - ' '-3 - ' B gg ' ' l' .1 t ' o . .1 . , i' , . , i . ' -kk ' A.. 5' .'k , an . I 2 ' ' -L. tion 1 I' ' ' ll ask ' , I,o li ", 4 hit-. Charles Wvlllam Dmgley Charlie Come and mm the dance Sxxrmmlng B1 ltmtball Xlohxha Hotltcx Band Orchestra l Ladtr Corps arln IS one ot tht lx tdamtrs rn our cl Iss and L rn alxx axs x sun cutting a rug xxrth rm of tht tnrtr sax 1 ht N axx sums t haxt hrst L rl on thrs popular lt oxx Elnzabeth Ann Dmgley Betty A smzle 11111 go u lung uax Xt arboolt lnrtslxman Rutptron llmlx C irds A xx axs smlllng th xt s llcttx It xxoultl tu L too llllltll IIIIIL rtlatt all her gooc pornts st xxt lust nssurt x ru th xt thu rhtrt We urtnnlx apprtuatt .ll tht xx rlt ra x our class and xxrsh htr tht hmst George Fredenclr Dole Professor Ixnouledge rs eusx to lnm that mzzlersmudetlz Dramatrc Fremh Latm Ph1BxLhcm Clubs Edltor Year book Student Lounul unlor Legislature. Om Att Plrxs N1 tlonal Honor Souttx xl 1th all thost rttlxrtns xxt xxondtr lxoxx Crtorgt lx rs had tum 1111 s gun Myrle Ernestnne Dorr Freclcles Look for the, qmet and there lies rrutlr Softball Basltttball Volluball Xlxrlt max sum llLllLl but not xxhnn xou rtallx ltnoxx har lhgn xou dlscoxtr that shes full ot fun and a grand trlnnd Sht plans to bc. a nurst and xxe are surt shm ll make x good ont Best xx rshts to xou xlxx lxs Xlxrlc Martin Joseph Doyle Moose 'ell 1 on I umaldnt sax tlmt Band Orchestra xlilhlbd Moost llthough s nnuxx hat ot tht quut txpc rn snlxul cm lx xt :rd for mrlts nrount xxlun dtbmng outslu lts 1 t ot un xxlth tht grng but things thxngt rnsrcln I tl rssroom All thc lutk t 1 xx Q x ll boost Marguente Joanne Drlscoll An uprzglzt don nnglzt ull rxglrt gul oxlba Baslxttball X lu lrcsnltnt C L C 1 U. La ID lrtnth IJIJIILIIIL Clubs Sonar Softball Xolltx ball Nutr a dull moment xx hen thrs grrl s around She ll ht mrsscd hx one an all I ids ot luclt rn xour nursmg protcssron Nlxr gucrltt . . . ,, . ,, ."' ' 1 zs"a1. '21 ' Q " 'L - ' l- I ' .5 I ". 4 ll.- K 'Q X ll ll I ' I n x .l r A f 'I D s U r 2' n nA'. n I lk "t ' n n o ' '- . 'z l ' ' -ll A ' ' ll ll l , " . 1 '. ' ' ali' ' ' ' to -1 -z l ' 3.4 '-ll, 1 -"1 1 ull BIC ' '. 7 ' ' ' 2' .'k ' '-2 'A ' '11 sl "sllUI1t'Iult'lp ' ll ll 3 K' , ' --L J - .1 . 21.51 2. l' I k 2 1 1- .I '. . r ' 2 ' L V 1 3 n r ' 1 I u to breathe. He hopes to cntcr Yale after graduation, Our loss is ' ll ll A ' u 1 v 5' lx . x Y I ' l i' lk 'Y ' Y x ' ' ll ll "ll , 1 ' ' ' f Q .',t I it "' t ' " 1' " ,' m,'a ' l 'Q l ' 1 l ' ' ' a ' ', 1 lo t in ll ' 'orll to V'o , .l Ml'-1 ' 1 Vx' ,1"' , Q. . f.1C'l--1 zt'p '.-l. 1 It ull' , li ' '--l ' ' ..' . 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N D 11118 111 1 111 1 1r N 1 l11 Barbara Jean Dunton Barble 1 1 1 1111111111 17LlSUl1Lll1l'l Ill 1111411 1111 u11111r and 31111111 P1111 Xl1l11l11 X0.1rl11111l1 l 11111 lJr11111t11 LL 1l1 lax 11l1 nt 11 IL 1 ll11l111111 1111 SUUAI' IX ILIIX 11 rs11111l111l IS I11rl111 11s 111 1 s Il l11r 1 1 111111111 1 111111 1 111 11 N IL 1,1 1 st 1 l11r 1 John Davncl Ellls ac P1111 lmll' I X B.1s1l1.1ll I11tr.11uur.1l B.1sl11tl111ll .11l1 IN 11n111l11r11t11ur LILIILI l1111s H1 1.111 .1111 IN s l11 s1111 s1111l1 lllll 111 tl11 s11l1 rxght 11l1 Barbara Ellen Esmond Barble A 11111121 mule 11 genre L8 10111 111 lr1111l1 Club l311l111111t1111 P111gl71111g S11111r 1 11 ll 1 l11tl11ll Xl11l11l1a S11l'1lJ1ll l1ll'11111111 plus' nl har s B1rlJ11 1ll rlglmt Sl l11 111 I tl11 111 l 1t11111s l11r .1 s111111l 1111rlc1r l 1 l 1 N l 1 11 1gr1111 lr11 111 1111 1 111111 Anna Manetta Farrar Ann F0 111116 11 1111 I1 l IS to Ire 11111 lxllll-1 11111111 11111 gnu 111tl111u1 11111111 Ltllllllllblllbll lllll 11l1111 sl11 tl ll S XKUI1 I ISILIIIIIL, KU I llnl ffll Ill IIN K. INNIH lt! 11111 nts I11 1 1 1 1 TL 1 111s CN 1 1111 Iflll 1 1111' Melvm Dexter Ferns Me 111 g111 11111 11 1111l1.11111 1 t 1 N Club U S 11 1 IL 1 ll 1 NL 11111 11uL 1111111 S 11.1. 1s nturn lL ll 111 1111 llt 111 I1 I 1 1ul.1r l111x Ill 111 1111 r 1 1 111 Il 11 1l11 l1 KN 111 1 ll ll A1 .1 . 1 , , AIM" l'11 I1lI1 ll 'li Ba. 'l'1' ll: T 1l'li1 ll' llul. l!11ll11 1 -ill l11' 1'1111-nl - -l .151 11l1i 1lll tl11' ,'ri1li 11. " tl ' lull s1'11. ll tarts. l1ix lllllj 111t1'r1's1 is l111tl111ll. l1111 tl1a11 l -111 1111-1 1l111 l11' ' '1111r1-1 1l1 - l.1' cr 1' '. jlglll? ll ' ll "I U' 'i' " ' "ll l' A " Il ' ' lkil Y' ': -z': z1": Cl--1 Frcn' flu 1 S11 - C 111 'ilz V1ll1-1'l1z1ll: 1 ' I 1 V' 'I1 " 1' 1 1. 'V '. '1 V. Alw1,: "tl Sl .111il1' 11 - '11t1' Ii11l ' l11c1'.11111l ' " 1 Q ill1- 11111 ' 1. l'11ll1'14' llilk ll L1 11l 111l 'l11'11 l ' 1 'Is rl 1'r1'. I31' 1l l111'l1, '1 lHl'. ' ' IIJ kll Y - ' 1 1 1 . 1 ..- Y y 1 ing for that 111:xt test. Of c11urs1-. 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A11 l " lltlllll 1111'.111 ' lst 'iIl1 - 17. , -'l11-r. lsabelle May Frtreld lm lzappx lwut tlre ulmle flung fymxl humor int lritndlincss are but txxo ol lsx s assets -Xl x ixs n tit gr its 1 person xou can Lptn on Fxtrx goof xrsi r x u in rt tllfim, nr umhttnn lsr t William Joseph Foley flre best rl ings take the most flung leootlmll Intramural Basketball Iltttrie il tngrnurtng x it college is expand to talxt up most ol rlf ll it grt tt pro tsslnn for I EK It llx James Emery Footer rm I lrcrt Llrortl nmestm' Bind Orelnstrr lntrnnural Basketball Nlohilm ll rnxont shoultl islx im xx harm he sptnt the most time at M it 4 probiix insxx In the lllllllxlfllllll A lalt u mtrnlnr ol tht bintl intl orehestri lor lour xtars and t truc loxu o iusit r is sur Ir eo along, xx tx in tht tu Ethel Jane Furber IH t trmg tlml un Glu C up VM. lt ld in lugli rmsput any s cl tmstia abilities md bllltxl that slit xxill inttke in txullnnt homemaker XXL hope thxt you xxi tlxx ixs L ntinut to milxc ptoplc s lixas is happv ts vou axe matt ours Eleanor Mae Garland Shorty irt s itork rx mttr to Xltntor Ht xxtrt glitl t xxtleomc Shortx xx hen she Cdlllt to us in the latter part ol our junior year. She his entered into our class iro- fms with leyt, 'mt c ne at huge 'amount ot typing on e , -ntor. -s xx'is1e 1 in xo1Il'm'lrrit't ' '. Alvin Earl Gediman "To work is In live." Houtlx ReerLation'il Council: Business Manager. Yetirhoolcz Stu- dent Council: Nlohibu: lntrxtmural Baslaethall. Alvin plms t become 'i business mun, and he surely has gone t 'i line start. lutgini, rom tie at we reeor , wer s'iy L s going, to get at ong till rig t. 'HAS Thomas Warren Grllette Tom Greatness rs all rn a good mmd Student Legrslature Football Mentor Phl BIC hem Llub Tom ns probablx the most traxeled member of the Semor C lass VN e re glad he prcked 'Vlorse to graduate from mstead ul some hr auax place Alter sw sears of hxgher educatron he plans to be a C hemlcal Engineer and he has our best sushes Annette Mae Godfrey A preltv grrl 1Y lzke a 1I1Cl0t11 l reneh Dmmatlc Clubs Class Treasurer and Seeretm Soccer B lsketball We shall tu ns remember Annette fer her smiles mel ter lresl ntturt nauh She has me el elass lnees l rr thru xe xrs ICI lil lt to sueelet Eleanor Edlth Gotte So lzke a laurte x rs she ulro dances french Club Mohlba Usher Nlohrba hl 19 the grrl vslth the dancing leer vt ho enlnens the dances at her glggles am laughter Nlerehandlsmg ulll be 1 happier uorld mth Els personalltx John Maxum Guerette Johnny lou hate to climb to get above the clouds l-ootball Intramural Basketball xh7ICSfl1l'lg ohnm splrt most of hrs txme between the maehme shop and dm mg a taxr If he does as vsell 1n esers thmg else as he does ll'l these hrs future IN assured Best ol luck lolmm Edmund Arthur Hagan Eddle Do one tlnng and do rt 11 ell Baseball lootball Qemor Plas Dramatrc Club Plaxs Xl Club Leaders Corps Eddxe ulll be remembered most lor hrs tumblmg and lus aetme, nn our class plas Hrs plans consrst ot beeommg a phs slcal educa tlon lnstruetor VVL rush hlm all the luck ll1 the uorlel Phrlrp Arthur Haskell n Let me hate musrc l seek no more delrglrt French lJl'dIIldIlC Plu Brffhem Clee Clubs junlor and Semor Plaxs Assistant Editor Yearbook Phrl plans to beeome a ClXll engineer alter eollege llrs aetmg, and pnno plaxlng ulll make htm long remembered rt Morse ' ll ll .. . . . ,. V I I 1- . 4 l- I i L i . , , , , , Y I a ' Q , s .E'. ' " ' ' l . x -4 r h ' U x ' X .r . . . I., ' . N I N Q I . v 1 " 'Q - . . .: . 'L I 'uw :lug - ' ' - I 1 ' g l- , 1 il l " .' x ai l 'l ol "J 4 " "1 ', wh' 'l is prool ol lu-r zl 'l' y ' ' ' ' l. ' IIEIII .. . . 7 .. . 9 ' .L Q- s ' A ' . q .k 2 l V4 D I . V 3 , V x I V x I I 1 kt f the Cfommunit' Center. At school she keeps things going with s ' s- A . . . A . e . ,' , 1 . ' s v 'A '- ' 1 A v ' ' ll ll .. 7 , 1 ,. ' ' 9 ' '. : ' . D Y' 1 I l' V 1 2: 5 V . Y 7 I X l' E lk' l Lk' D ,I i, 'J x .sh A .lei Q - 5 , - 'V- ll ' ll ,, . . 7 ., H 1 ' : . 3: ' A t W . 1 1 ' N ' l ' s v' s . s s . 5- ' ' . . - ' , . 1 1 v . . . I t I v-' 1 1 . - - llPh'Ill , . Z 4 I , 1 .n . 1 e -I: . 1 5. . 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' '11.1 R1 V '. ' 1 1 ' 1 's 111' 1 111 '11 111. 11111. 1111111 1' 111 11" ' '. 1. ' ' 1 111141 -1 "lll1-1 - ' 1,"1 I ' IIF ll "Tu 111 111'11 11 l1'111'1' 1111111 111 .111 Illl 11. Dr. 1 " Tl 211.1 H111 il .1. '1'r.11'11q 1J1'.1111.1111' 1 1ll11. 11' 111111 'A ' .111i111,' 1111. 111111 111111 111.1111 111-11111 l1l1' 1111 111 ' 1 '.1rs .11 NI r.1'. 111'1 1 111111 111 flbll .11 .1 111.111 111.111, 11'l'l1. Marjorie Adelaide Leeman "Marge" "Xu1l1i11u ix i11111ux11l1l1' 111 1111l11x11'1," 8111111 ll.11l11111111111: Y11ll1'yl1.1ll: Sulllmlll l,.1ti11. cilL'l'. lJ1.1111.1l1c Ql11l1x: Xl11l1il1.1. Xl.1r1.11- IN 11111' -ll 11111 xu111111-xt girlx. 5111111 xl11- xxill lic cli1'lxi1114 1.11111-r.1x 111 l11'r 11l111t11gr.1pl1x 1.11'1'1'1'. llur 1111111l xp11r1r11.111xl1ip ix x11r1- 111 ln' 1-111- 111 l11-1' l1111'x1 .111ril1u11-x. Margaret Eleanor Lenfest Margie CSL L L QL x N ll lkllllll 1 11' f MTX 11 11 iI'Ulk ll N F 1 x 1 XII Mary Rose Lewis Mimi lll HUA l L1 l N YX I I I N ll 1 1 Il I1 ri xx 1 x1111 lut Wrlliam Standley Lowell L L NN N 1111 11 1 1 x I L 14 IIN 1l N 1 Robert Albert Lowery o 11 1 fl M 1 ping r1111111xx1 11 1 1x11 1 l llllll 1 1 111 x 11 x 11 1 P4 It x l11111 111 xLlLLtLL Francis Edward MacDonald Tardy fl lllllltlll N V N X I 4 . ' U N lll L L11 A N IIIXI llllt., 111 'ET' ll ' ll "lll'x '1l1111' Ill' 111111' 111 111.111, Cl--1 "Xl" C lulxz B11 l11-1l1.1ll: Y11ll1'xl1.1ll: Swlllz ll: ll. l ' 11111. S1 1'1" 1 Cf, l . C ,. .X cl ': l"11.5-l' 111.11 .Xl11l1il1.1. 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X111 lx1111xx l11- 11ill 1l11 l1i l11-xt 111 . 1 l ' 1 l11' l 1'x. 11 4 Q Jean Carol MacDonald Jeanne 1 lllljl HTL ll 1 I 1111 1011 U11 111s111s11 Ullil lll'I l'LI1k fdlllll S llllf , N Bi L llll S1ltl11ll Sucur Bt-1cl111111t1111 X tllubdll Artlurx Nlcnt r X 1 lllCClLd suruars 11 un I1 t htlp but lllllxt 1 suuuss l r l1tr lrrtnclllntss 111ll l1r111s., tht p1t1u1ts llwtlxlhg, tu tht luglu tuaturs tm 1' NL N181 Will LYCYY llI1l7lllLNSlI1Il1L luturt L Ill V1rg1n1a Elenor MacMal1an Gmny l LL S lt ull XI 1l11l1.1 S 111 xr 1 ut Sllllllk 1111 smurt ll'lLllCNlll3 11t11tt r 111 111 IN st ll 1111s lrnm tu llll S 1. 1 ntn lglllll C IS ll t 1111 ut tts klul 1l11t ll lf 1 t IC L C111 11s11111 s 1 ss s s Cul! Frances Eaton Marks Franme c u 1ll 11111141 musu 11l1uL utr slu gm 1 lFru1tl1 lJfdllldIlC Pl11 B1 C l1L111 crlkl Clubs Xlum r Xllbllllld Bas ttball Softball Bacl111111to11 Xullubtll Suqntr Xrtlurx VK lllltf Sports 1111 vnu hgar 1 smut 1 nu gn lg l l1 1 xlul tt xnu UI ll H lil! L mst N 41111 DC tu CI Dolores Romona Marshall Tootsle 111111111114 11111 ll 1 1 mutt 11111 1 st 11 1 Tl 1111.1 S111 Xfllu tvtur 114 11111111111 rehtrx C Nlmntur Xt 1r 11111 l tts Vkllll llnr sunt mllt mtl lC111 nusts l1 IS Llttlcaru ltr t1 tur hearts Sht pldllS 1 tL1Ll1tr Larur mtl ut l11pL that 111' Tl s nrll lx 1 tttunt Xt ts SIL 11s Jun Marrlyn Lourse McElman Geraldrne l l 1 s ttl11ll UCLCI' ll t ll C1111 X 1 tx JI l31tl111111t1111 l7r1111.1t1L Pl11 l31Cl1u11 Cylu. C lulxs xlllllllll VX IIIILF Sports Xl Club C A A lhprtsu1t1t11t I lN C L 'Nl N X L All trus tt Du III IC 1 gnts Davrcl McKellar Dave 11 1111111 II 111, 1 'ss N llll ll ll tt 0 1 x vltll UL X ll Nl Evelyn Sherwood McPhee Senator 1 11111 xeurx 111 1111 N1 If 111 Llub 11111 DTIIIIAIIL 11 JI 11111 un u11111r 11111 S1n111r Class P 1xN c,llL '111 P 1x H1 l11l .1 XI11111 r lu11111r 111411 111 r r1a x 11 111 11 111111111 1 1111rx1 lllt x11 xx Nl'1L xx1l r11111111l11r ln 1w11 111 111 IIILTLI u xx 1111 1111111 LI' 1111111 1 111111 Donald Francus McRae Donnre N ,HL ll U lllllll S IN 1 K N 'I NLX I 111111r11x 1 4llt5tll1lIllg x1u11r11x ll IL xx 11 1 l 1 l11r1l t11xxar1 111g .11 llXlIlL, s IL x l111u11 l11 1 su111w Clarre Lourse Mrlton M1 I LllflX N 1111 11111 Q 1 N 11111' 111111 lm x C l111 X 1l11l11 Slllt C11111111l 11wl111l11ll 5111111 S11ltl1 1ll l111 11111111111 AFL 11rx XX lll 11r S1111r1s X1 1rl11111l1 S11ll xx1111., Nllll LN 1111 r11111 IIILNN xx1 1 1 Amella Anne Mrtchell M1m1 111114l11f11l111 1 1 111 1111 111 111 lk r11 1 11 1x Sllll llll Q111111 r11111l1 C x 1 1 111111 1111 X 1 XI11 1 1 1 Tk 1111 1111111111111 XX11111r 811111111 l111x1 Ill 1 lr1s11l1111 C A A 1111r D 11 1x1 11111111 1 11l11l11111 1 ll 1 11111111111 s111 KSN 1l 1 Arthur Arnold Morse Spuke 1 1111 11111111 1 1xx 111ut NL 11111 1 1 1111 x 111 LL 111 11 11 Art Norma Jean N1cl1erson N1cl1y IIIL lll LL s DI 11111 ll 111rtx 1 11rx 1 1 111111 1111 1111 L x s 1111rrX xx 1 xxl 1 111sN11 II NL r 111 Ll! 1 1 111 IL xx1 1 11111 1 11111 llt xt 1l111r 1 'DLS 111 1111 111 1l11 lL1ILIl'L if 19 1 -pn-4 "Tl1' ' V A , liic-.1 I1 C'l-- f 1 l.. 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' 'L ' ' -l Mlldred Loulse Olwer M1 IB I m lzappt-are ton' P Dramatxc Club Nlcntor Staff Nlohlba One Act Plaxs Senior ax 'Xlllllc has a lacults lor lceepmg hcr classes ln a tx lld uproar For one u ho dlslxkes oral reports she certamlx can chatter Best of luclt to xou lNllllte ln sour teaching career Regmald Leete Parlter Reggle He has enough u lm IS content llastball Basketball Scmor Plat B L C lzkggk IS thc fellow who hkes to su thmgs dons. rtght He has hopes of blLUl'lllI1g a draftsman Rag lllccs to plat and talk basc ball ont ol lns fatorm pastlmcs Perleston Luncoln Perf u flre uorld mould lu alcudlt dull uxtlzout luuglzlcr Mentor Stall Baskctball Mana cr Clue Club Mohlba Rtflc lcam Baseball Manager M C ub Xearbook Staff Bub has hopcs of btcommg a radio announcer to brlng Nou a nut Lat: Risers Club perhaps ulth l'LlCX191Ol'l He llkes to put thmgs ln tht Nlentor ln order to tcase his lrlcnds George Ellnot Phnllups 1 The uuzlful lxfc of ll 5111101 Intramural Basketball VK htn sou sax that Phnl lb a shop box Nou dont nerd to sax much more The Naty ulll make a substantlal gam xt hen he be comcs a Boot Wullaam Edward Pomeroy Bug Ball ilzcmzsm 15 un pass thc clotlzespms Latin l'rr.ncl1 Ph1B1Chem Clubs Stage CAJITIIIIIIILL Band Orchestra 'Xlohtba Football 'Xl Club Mentor Stall Bull plans to go to the U of M alter graduating to become a Lltumcal Lngmtcr It has aluass been comlcal to su. htm Latch thr dull tn lootball practice but hc ll mlss ll Edward Blau Potter u ll lu llllltl ll S 1 rmx ut 1 a ttttrm tt to 1 nrt utll llltrd about the school un nlttaxs hnd sonltthlnt, to laugh about lll am class LSpf.LldllX liikllxlxlllilllj, Although ht hasnt am plans lor tht luturc uc ulsh hun ltltlt Ill nhatutr carur hr thoosts . . . ll lu ,, , -., ' ' L 1 ' 1 . 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' , , . - - 1 - 1 1 -- Barbara Poulos Barbie Bust us a lzee Llass 'lreasurer lumor Plat Nlohrba Basleetball Xolluball Badminton Soccer Archen Nlohlba Ball Semor Reception As sou can see from the abose actlutles Barbie IS aluaxs uorlelng for the gooel ol some organllatxon We lenou she tull go lar IH thrs u zrlcl Carlton Day Reed Buddy A sound mrml rs tr Sl mul lwtlt I-ootball Baseball llocleet Iatln Nl Llubs Llass Presrelent Student Council Preslelent Student Council Xearboole Xlohrbr One ol the best lenoun and best lrolelng bots rn school he ha the quahtres uhrch ue lenou toll rnrlec htm rlsc to the tmp lll uhatcxer held he chooses Shrrley Ella Rtdeout 4 rpm uml lrrnu erm nr r Cylce Llub Dramatic Club Shlrlex IS fond ol the out ol doors anel cnjms eoole outs llcr hobbles concern cameras Slllglllg and clogs Shrrlex s ehlcl IIIILI est ln hfe hes ln auatron and uc leel that her determlnatron urll help her to succeed as an atlatrrx Ethel Lourse Rogers urns ueizte H1 u quiet um Basketball Yrlluball Softball Badminton Soccer Urnler Sports French Club Xlllhlbd Table 'lennrs are rpparentlx tour hobbx arent thu We lenou xou ulll sue ceeel IH xour future c treer rs 1 nurse Gloria Mae Rogers Wendy Her uurltl lrelmrgs to the energetic Basketball Srltlnll Xollexball Soccer Winter Sp rts Archenx o tba D llllllle l nm 1 c Clu ms S mor 7 ax ne nunton orra IS a suel a r unel glr mel ne l our star atm e e 'lhere rs elehghtlul ll1lSLl1lCl' ln her ues She uants to 5, tr 1 C omrnercral Art School anel ue len tx she urll succceel Marjorie .lean Rogers Margle ll HIH YL as etball Stuelent Qouncrl I nor mel Scmor ll s ce Club Xlentor Xlohrbt lJI'dlTldllL Club Nlargte has a smile for cterwone anel rs lull el hle She rs corny., t e m t c pat nf matrtmonx tlter eric umon He n sr xou the best ul lucle Xlarge ll ' 'I ll 'I H ' ' . 1 , X l, I . 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I go tlnouglz Dltlt ls ont ot our mu mnrtallx lllllldld lxoxs llls lllllll sm 1.4 rltx as sun to hrmg hmm sutuss Ill xx h atutr lu dots Blame Elton Trafton Splke Anzlntwn, ezer soarmg lugh Bastball Basketball Football Vue Prcs1dtntolQlass Xtarboolt Stall 'Xl Club Blg tall handsome Bl.-unc 18 thc ltllou uho pulltd Nlorst through mam a game with hls tool plaxmg HL plans to go to prep school btlore gomg to college Good luck Blunt Phylhs Mae Trageny Ratl1er qmet bu! ull of fr 1 VK n thmk that Phxllls lXllLXlS QUICIIILSS IS tht but urtut but ulth hu lrltndlw Slllllt sht has :nada mam trltnds Slt IS om ot our luclu Classmatts uho has .ilrtadx tarmd htrstll 4 stnurt positron ln .1 lot rl hmlt Wullnam Hanson Voorhees rn urtlx ll ense o 1 1 11111 1 gzt of llllllll Intramural Basltttbrll Football Bull mould bt sun ln tht nnddlt ol ucrx hull stssxon clurmg tu as 1 p .ans to tnttr trade. sthoo rlt r graduation Bt st o 1 t xou ln sour t mostn ln 4 1 Maunce Jewel Warner Shorty Dmmmrnc towns 111 small packages Shorts IN our prlclt md Jos fn tht grldlr n tml tn tht hotku rm So muah drnt from so lttlt stature It t Q wrt nl tum, th at ulll urn hun sutusslullx through hlt Marne Ellzabeth Whlie ET SueetHeS3 IS Hflu H lo ll dfll, IN DL C C NL ICNI gIrS lll fur L 88 C IN I slullful sc amstrus and hu smart Llorhu han nun munb aclmlm on fl nl mr L INNIII IICS In I IK HIL ix I ll ll' X ir 5 dxlng SUIIIC nl ICI' I HL XI l'lIll12N PU 7 IN 'ICC ix' Josepl-une Hazel Wnlluams Jocly 1118 I 1 mx uuuh are TCIILII mclC1lu C ubx Nluu ma N mntur Stall Xmr mu I x IS H1 lll1iSSLlIlllllg Iru nd ultlm .1 lmplx NIHIIC Ilmr Inmnux a Ill! IS upuullx uutstm mg H1 mm hung ur mn num xu I lr cnc lx incl 1 Betty Jane Wlllus fo kuou lzer zs to lme l1er Xlcntnr Rank Card Cumnuttu Xluluba S not Plan Drl IIIAUC and Iirnncll C lubs Snlrbdll Baslxntball X olluball IS I llulx and CIIIIIUSIISIIL number QI tlu Cla s ul 48 Nlam nl liar Irlcncls b nc beard nh at sbp Imax J dum. tutL.ALl1 Ll rn Ann Ellzabeflw Wnlson S IL has tlzat Lcrlum wma! Illlg C null :dar In nrlmulx Ilaslutlnll Snhball I I num n - LL Club Xlflhllhi Xl Club IJIIINIIIC Club Ann IS mu. mat and n1Itx Ilu Llmrnl malxes ua.nunL luke lur and Iur cmlmantlng blue mu do wmcthlng to xuu Idull ml n incl Imlu su Nur: cr 1 Im I1 I Robert Beal Wilson Bobby He une uml cut ul lung cures Intramural liaskmtball Bum x IS qunt ubnn In IN mt ultlm rlu sln p bns Il lm lx an mtg pl ms lc r the Iuturc but I1 ns Impu ul gUlI'lglI1IllNOH'lL wrt 4 LINIHLSN Our he-sr ulshu ull :lu n 4 unm u u an Prlscllla Joetta Wltham ns U1 feet are at mx Lmmmmd Cwlnc Club Drlmmc and Fnmh Clubs Xlnhlba Om -Mt I' au Prlb ulll iluaxs of. rgmnmbgrul lor bar pct hobbx :I dancing She hae madc mam an actnltx at NI H S Quccuslul ultb ber Ime cntertalnmnnt She has bun :chu Ill schorl and lllxu bl lxetball gamu pamcullrlx XI L b Nl hugh Impu. Ior um "II , ' . ' lc ' ll." ANI- '- f u ' II th- I1 "l" ' l. I 1 'I .s. 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Pafrucua Manlyn Worden 5 HL 1 f S 'IU N nun 1 un um tn rum: mar mr X illlx C ml C mmnxttu ,at IN an .num ports lm lmmmmg our uni pep me ut .lm c I l'IlL1l1iIlSlIlll1k C N 1 N N 1 ,xx ll Harlan Sullivan Wrrght Harley 0 l CU, KX l U N 1 N K NLL N as nm N 41 m lutura Frances Young Chee Chee eras u tuznklc 111 hu uc C lmurlnadnr Class Tn lsurnr umm' and Slllllll' l laxs SILldLI1l Counul Glen Nl Dramatln C lubs Baslutlmill Xlulmlha Sol! ball Rank Card CUIHIHIIILL Basketball games ulll nucr be tlu sarm ulthuut Chu Chu laaclmg cheers The enthusiasm slu has shun n ulll hrmg SLILLLSN Robert John Zeller o The slzcrlc 0 Alzzlmm A I rough Bob h IS unmd ur rmlNs nlx runntlx xu all nu Larnul to lmmx mal lxkc lum Hls Lngaglng pu I1ll1IN 1 un l :mn tu all r Ll x mm East ul 4 1 mum g, x Donald Hinds Donnie " ' " ' . ' L Hin. ' ' Illl ', 4 '- 1 "1 's' ,'L'Lill5' ' CHU L n't 11, ' U A Q 1' 'Q s. ur 1' 'm . 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'fv- SUPFRI ATIVFS up W ap- MOQT TALKATIWE MOST INTELLFCTUAL Miriam Chadbourne Reginald Barter ffenlv- BEST Af TOR AND ACTRESb Frances Young Arthur Boviker Bo1Iom4 WVITTIEST Miriam Haskell Philip Haskell Ruth Coombs George Dole Center- VIOST MUSICAL Joan Shaw James Footer Bottom- MOST ATHLETIC Avis Carter Blaine Trfifton hd haul' SUPFRI ATIVFQ ,.0 1 SWEETEST AND LUTEST Ann Wilson John Sullivan Center- NICEST SMILE Barbara Dunton Carlton Reed Bottom- MOST POPULAR Joan Shaw Carlton Reed 'o p -A-V BFST LOOKING Annette Godfrey Blaine Trafton Center- QUIETEST Ethel Rogers Albert Cummings Bottom- MOST SINCERE Patricia Worden Carlton Reed SUPP RI ATIW Fs 01' Ann Wllson Charles Dmgley Center MOST ALL ROUND Clalre M11ton Carlton Reed Bottom BOUND T0 SUCCFFD Joan Shaw George Dole 0 Avls Carter Carlton Reed K enter MOST DISTURBING Annette Godfrey Rxchard Chalhs Bottom BEST GROOWIED Barbara Poulos Charlee Shepard EYES . , , . A I J An T H 'r pa BEST DANCERS BEST PHYSIQUE IFQK H If REI lc! IH il Hill 19 L 1 5 Uthman Plt:'SlCl6I1l Vvllllllll Jackson Vue P1e51de11t D1111el Lfngfu beuetnx Bnbul HZIISQIOXC T11 1511111 John Pulxcx btuclenl Qlllllltll X1tIIlbtlN Kunplcm Koglu C111 Muon L 1 5 Alillvvl I1 I xul A1111 The JUIHOI C,l.155 pre5enLed the play OL11 Hea1L5 Wele Young and Gay on February 28 1948 It wa5 d1rected by M155 Katheune Conley and M155 Catherlne Leonard and was the most bllCC9bbfLl1 exent ot 0111 e11t1re yeal A card party was 5pon5o1ed on Aplll elghth unde1 the dnectxon ot M15 John Parker and Mrs Ralph Warren Apple5 have been sold at IBCSSS thls year db .mother Way to galil m011ey 101 the trea5111y The cla55 ha5 been act1ve lll 5p01ts and Frank Wa1 fell W 15 elected Captam of next ye'1r 5 Vars1ty Ba5ketball Team lx , Ah. 4 11-1- '11 5. '11 I " ' .' 2 ' 1 ' .Q ""'z'j z'z'1 . . , A I I 1 ' 2 '2 L' 2. Law1'e11ce BCl'L1Ql'Ull Piilllllli' Holmson 'lz 5. y 'Z D. x Ju ' 'a mn ' . 1 , . . . , -1 . . 1 1 , f' Y ' 1 ' ' 1 1' ' v 1 ' f 1 1 11' 7 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' ' . 1 , 1 ak. , ' C ' ' q I 1 . 33 THE CIASS UP 19.30 Class Of'rlL6IS P1 esldent James Smlth Vxce P1 esldent Helen Cook Secletaxs Sally Grant Tlexsulex Jean Leonard Student Counul Members Jov Olsen Everett Poullot Cl rss Aclx 1501 We were very lucky to have lour ot our lovehest glrls competlng 1n the MOh1ba Queen Contest thls year They were JEAN LEONARD ELEANOR CARTER DOROTHY WING NANCY STOVER Our sophomore year has been rather 'L prosperous one Wlth the sum total of S30 brought 111 by a lummage sale held January 28 Also our play Peck s Bad Boy whlch was a great success when It was presented Frlday evemng March 19 Homemade candy was COI1t1'1bLltCd and brought us S20 We W1Sh to thank the play cast the var1ous comrmttees for the xummage sale and the play Mlss Amy Insh who dlrected the play and MI Watson our Class Advlsor who helped '1 great deal Ill maklng our second year at Morse very successful . . , X .- . 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' . . , KA If t . , . , , 7 V v " 7 1 L I C l ' l , f"llll ,ll FII THL 11558 U14 1931 In the fall the Freshman Class elected the follow mg officers P1 CS1C16IlI Henry Powers VICC PTESICICIII Henry Henrlckson Secretarv Constance Carllsle T1 easurel Rxchard Quxmby Class AdVlSOI Mr McPhee Ma11y members ot our class were actlve 111 the MOh1ba The Mohiba Queen Calld1d2it6S from the Freshman Class were MARY BURGESS CONSTANCE CARLISLE SALLY FOOTER VIRGINIA PARKER Ou1 class lb proud that one ot our members was chosen Moh1ba Queen Hel Freshman attendants were Vlfglllla Parker and Constance Carllsle Sally Footer lb the only Freshman gnl on the cheerleadmg team Sally IS on the Jl11l10I Varslty Cheerlng, Team We are also proud ot our Freshman Basketball Team It has lost only two games th1s yea1 Most ot the boys on th1s team were on the Central Gram mar Team last year That team won the Western Maxne and State Grammar School Basketball Tou111 1ment 101 1946 1947 The Freshman Class 18 sponsoung 1 dance for the Hlgh School on May 7th 111 the gymnasnlm This girl was Mary Burgess, the first Freshman ever to receive that honor. . . , 1 . 'Al 1 . .' . 2 , ' 81 'Q' S1UDhNl CUUNQ ll Presrdent CARLTON D REED JR Vrce Presrdent LAWRENCE BERGERON Secretary JOAN SHAW Treasurer BARBARA DUNTON Faculty Advrsor DUNCAN FARRELL Semors Joan Shaw fPresJ Barbara Dunton Clarre Mrlton Amelra Mrtchell Edward Rowe Carlton Reed Junrors B111 Jackson lPresJ Lawrence Bergeron Kemptorr Kocha Gay Mason Paulrne Holmesen Poulrot Freshmen Henry Powers lPres l bally Footer Edgar Black Thrs year the Councrl has been very busy settlrng some or the more rm portant rssues that have arrsen durrng, the year F11 st ol course was the decrslon to hold Mohrba rn the tall lllbtead ol rn the sprrng as usual And a Wrse decrsron rt was as the show was '1 huge success The Councrl also adopted an orhcral seal and name 101 the Year book Much credrt rs due Duncan Farrell who as faculty advrsor has contrrb uted greatly to the success oi thrs year s Councrl k ' 5 -P 5' XX, . ' . 2 x ,l 4 " f -Te X - fr ' B-Y rf x X . r , 5 .Q , . X A 'Y N 'I Y W '1 1 k I A J : 1 " , 1 1 1 4 Q 1 ' 1 ' V It 5 I I ' 1 . - Sophomores: James Smith lPres.j, Mary Callarr, Joy Olsen, Everett ' - 1 ,' , - 1 1 - ' v ' 1 ' - ' 1 1 1 ' Q ' ,, ' 1 Q ' 1 Q 1 ' ' ' ' 1, Q Au A- C w --1. I hA1iBUUlx sl Aki The Yeal book Stafl has labox ed long and halcl to make thls book a success Many d1I'I'1Cll1f,16S have been met thls yeal that could not have been fore seen Howevex m my mlpxovements have been made over DISVIOUS books whlch We hope w1l1 meet Wlth the appxovfxl of the student body We plesent th1s book to you IS the IJIOdllLT, ol ou1 comblned efforts and wlth grateful acknowledgment to the people who have helped make thls book possible They ale the I0110W1llg EGILOI GEORGE DOLE Asslstant Edltox PHILIP HASKELL Business Mlnagex ALVIN GEDIMAN Asqstmt BIINIIIESS Mm asus ARlHUR BOWKER GEORGE BRYANT BARBARA DUNTON ANN WILSON CJIIIS Wxlu Ups AVIS CARTER CLAIRE MILTON JOAN SHAW Boys Wlllk Ups DEAN LOOK PERLESTON PERT BLAINE TRAFTON Bows bIJOlIN CARLTON REED CHARLES SHEPARD GIIIS Spoxls AMELIA MIFCHELL PATRICIA WORDEN Typlsts BEIIY DINGLLY ANNETTE GODFREY MERLEEN JAMESON JOSEPHINE WILLIAMS DOLORES MARSHALL P 9' Y Yirfzrn ai . f -, . . . O Q - 1' 2 ' 1 - , 4 ' w v ' , ak. 1 . ' 1 ' ' 1' , ' . , , , - - .. Faculty AdVlh0l' MR. J. E, POMEROY All'-4. I . ' -- 1. ' A ' . ' ' . Edltox ASSOCIZIC Ed1lO1 Busmess Managu Alumnl Ed1tO1 Club Edltors Adwextlsmg Managels Clrculatlon Managels Art EdltOlS Joke Edltol Girls Spoxts Ldltols Boys Spoxtb Edxtox MARJORIE ROGERS MILDRED OLIVER IRENE LAIT JANICE KNIGHT NIILNIUR s1A1 14 JOAN SHAW RICHARD CARD ARTHUR BOWKER DOROTHY BELANGER GEORGE BRYANT JEAN LEONARD BEVERLY DENHAM EDWIN PERT SALLY GRANT JEAN MacDONALD CARROLL HATCH PATRICIA AMES ROMEO BIETTE AVIS CARTER PERLESTON PERT THOMAS GILLETTE 1 lan Reporters EVERETTE POULIO'1 JACQUELINE CHAPPELL LORALIE SPOONER 49 CONSTANCE CARLISLE lxplst: JOSILPHINL WILLIAMS Qlllllllllll PAULINE SIROU I DOLORLS MARSHALL ELEANOR GARLAND SHIRLEY HUNNEWELL MERLEEN JAMESON BEI'1 Y JANE WILLIS I- .41 ults Adv mars CATHERINE, M HUSL NAIHAN W WATSON I u E I! ' 1 I Q 1 4 ' l 5 , X Wi :Y V 'Y Y' 47 'W ' " ' LOIS YOUNG, BARBARA DENSMORE ' '48 ' '50 '48 '50 '49 ' '51 ' '51 -I-"Ill p-U11 in P- The combmed Band and Orchestra under the capable d1rect1on of Kelth Crockett have completed a very successful season th1s year They have per formed credltably at var1ous school functlons and were most warmly re celved Not only the Band and Orchestra members but also the rest of the school should be proud of thls act1ve group Next year It IS hoped that thls organ1zat1on w1ll be b1gger and better thanks to the efforts of The Band Boosters Club who are makmg lt possxble for those ln the lower grades mterested m muslc to have mstruments and lessons BAND AND ORCHESTRA w ,tl .1 1.1 NIOHIRA The Mohiba th1s year was one of the most successful in many seasons The evening show was the Mohiba Varleties and was velv well received by everyone capacity audiences being present The Mohiba Queen contest was altered somewhat this year with four for a greater 0DD01tlll1lty for a girl to receive fh1S honor F01 the first time in the history of the contest a Freshman girl was elected Queen She was Mary Burgess and congratulations are indeed in order to hel The S176 of the honor is COllSld6I'Zlb1V increased bv the fact that manv people vote fox uppexclfissmen on pllnclple 'ind that it is theleiole very difficult tor ln underclassman to be elected Hel attendants were the fO110Wll19 Seniors Avis Carter and Barbara Dnnton Juniors June Gill and Janet Messier Sophomoles Jean Leonard and Dorothx Winsl Fieshmen Con stance Cfullsle and Virginia Pfuket The ploceeds ot this V611 s Mohlba were devoted to the 'nd of the Band and Orchestra and the people of Bath 'ue thanked tm then suppott of this worthv cause . 1, v W . y at - .K ...-. ts . f T , 1' -- X f -. - '- x, 1 it 'LL' F.. ' 5 N y e 2 Q 4 t 3 i. I A L' . at 5 , - 53 ' Q - 2 . . . , , , c . , , . candidates instead of two being nominated from each class. This provided . I , , 'I . , , 1 , . c 'n . t l , , , K f 1 V f . . g . , Z . Sn , . C ' 1 ' as . . . J ' Q: ' .' -Y - my C C . .sw L I H. .C K ' '. ' . . .' b .L h 1 'vi I 4 . s . c hw 1 ' I A K K . K ' u ' u A- 1 r .S Q 1 f . IXTIN ll The Latln Club IS one of the best known organlzatlons 1n the h1gh school El1g1b111ty IS fixed by Obtallllllg' a rank of 85 or better 111 the first year of Lat1n or 80 or better IH the second year Under the capable guldance of Mrs Harmon the club has had a successful season The first project was the Jolnt presentatlon Wlth the French Club of the Chrlstmas Assembly Th1S was 111 the form of a group of s1x Chrlstmas 1n other lands sectlons three by each club and a F1rst Chustmas by both Then came the Lat1n Club movle The Last Days of Pompeu Thls proved ve1y educat1ona1 concernlng the Ways of the Romans and helped the tleasury conslderably The lll1tl'ItlOll 18 st111 111 the tormatlve stage at thls wrltlng but from the form lt s 111 now It w1ll be at least as good as last year s 1f not better The oiiicers th1s year are the fO11OWll'lg Consul Frances Marks and Jane Grant Quaestor Joanne Canacarls Censor George Dole The entlre execut1ve IS Ill the same Latln class so dont be surprlsed 1f you hear a rather mlngled and often loud cacophony xssuxng from Room F some Perlod thlee That s We 1 1 A 1, l . 4 , . l. , , . . 5 Y . . 1 . . . ,A . . . - . 11 ' KK ' ' Y! I T . . , . . . . H ..,, . ' . 1 , 1 . c . . , . , . , . . . h Q , . f- . c . . v ' ' v - . . . . . , . . ' v , , , . . , , . , . , 4 . . DRAMATII S CIUB The Dramat1cs Club with 1ts elghty members has had a successful season under the d1rect1on of M1ss Mary H Conley The first meetlng was held 1n October ln the aud1tor1um We meet every other Thursday durlng Perlod one The followmg olTlcers were elected for th1s year President BARBARA DUNTON VICC Presldent BETTY CHADBOURNE Secretary DOREEN WILLIS Treasurer RUTH COOMBS We had short buslness I'I186tl1lgS followed by progx ams COl1S1St1l'lg of sklts quxzzes or monologues put on by the members of the club The annual three one act plays were presented 1n February w1th the help of MISS Nancy Woods M1ss Martha Hutchms and M1ss Amy Irxsh They were Trlfles Terrlble Tempered Ted and A Month s Notlce , f 1 nf ' ' J ' , , 1 ' R , , 1 . 1 1 AA A A 7 Y 7 A 1 , . , ' A . tl ' YY Al ' 11 an 1 f Iv , ' , . . , . GLEE CLUB Under the able d1rect1on of M1ss Abb1e Harvey our esteemed music teacher the Glee Club th1s year has achleved a d1st1nct1ve success Its ren d1t1ons on all occaslons have been enthuslastlcally recelved and well attended The 1nterest 1n and devot1on to the Club by 1ts members 1S to be commended and they as well as the school can be proud of thelr accomphshments Four m1xed groups were formed and all met durmg the school hours The active officers 1n each are Presldents Nancy Stover Betty Chadbourne Marllyn Longley and Shlr ley Rldeout Vlce Presldents Sally Rodgers Sally Footer Clalre Hartsgrove and Betty Footer Secretar1es Mary Callan Marle Trav1s Mary Burgess Conn1e Carlisle and Sally Footer Treasurers Jeanette Bennett Rlchard Torrey Barbara Kmg and Ber nard Pomerleau Llbrarlans Paul Flaherty Ray Bechard Lorrame Dumals Elaine Atkm son Barbara Greene Frances Marks Edlth Norton Betty Kearney Fred Fox Rodney Wrlght Sandra Thurston and Margaret Pagurko -v u- Q- 1 ' .N . 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' f IRPNI H IIUB Le Cercle Francals IS now one of the largest and most actlve clubs Ill the school Wlth seventy one members The oiicers fo1 thls year were Presldellt ARTHUR BOWKER Vlce P1 esldent GEORGE BRYANT Secretary JEAN MacDONALD Treasulex CARROLI HATCH Chalrmen of the Standlng Commlttees W616 PIOHIRID FRANCES MARKS Ways and Means GEORGE DOLE Refleshments PAULINE HOLMSEN Clean up CARROLL HATCH The alm of the club the adoptlon of a French Wal Orphan has been accompllshed thls year by contrlbutlng through the Fostel Parents Plan fo1 War Chlldren The members of the club have corresponded w1th the ch1ld and several of them have knltted garments for h1m of the Bowdoln College Glee Club whlch made such a hlt at '1 DI'9V10ll9 con cext Proceeds wlll go toward the support of our war orphan The annual 11l1U21lLlOll and banquet was held Ill February Wllll foltv new lTl9l'llb6lQ 1J'1l'f,lC1lJ'1t1llf?, The event was 1 great success We wxsh to thank Mrs Mayo for he1 COOD6l'1tlOll and help Wlfh0llf vvhlch the club could not have accomphshed lts alm Also we wxsh to take thls opportunlty to extend our most fzlateful appre C13.T,10ll to Ml Watson whose kllld "l.SS1St3.1lC9 and helpful sugeestmns have done '1 great deal lll fllI'Th9I'lllQ, the ann of our club 2. " A -,Ga N i it f A ' - . and I W W 1 J l , A .A This year the club sponsored a return engagement of the Meddiebempsters 'n L A I L . h- C K n n . '.' xi. c ' .1 D 4 , . ' I . L , .nw . n . 1 1' , 'Inv L ls' - ' . L . Q f , 1. ' ' l Q. . . . . Q . .L l 'A I - l. l 4 4 Q c c I 1 . A ' , . , . BI till NI We have about th1rty members 111 the Phl B1 Chem Club th1Q year Mr McPhee IS our adv1so1 The ofiicere of the Club are as follows Pres1dent GEORGE BRYANT V1ce Pres1dent MARILYN MCELMAN Secretarv AVIS CARTER Treasurel ROBERT ROWLAND cessful one at that We are plannlng two mole cartoon CQIHIVRIS before the end of the yeax MllCh Cledlt should be g1V61l to 0111 vomnnttees and ch 111men who have worked 11n0e'1S1ng1v to help 0111 Flllb PHI- - Z' C1 11l,l7H I A . , I' .' , I- C . . We initiated nineteen new members on January 23rd. It was E1 very suc- . . V . , , 11 ' . n , , ,L A . h . ' 1 . HOMP lf! ONUMII S 4 I llli The flrst meetlng that was held was hxghllghted by the electlon of officers The glrls elected were the followmg PI'6S1d611t DOROTHY BELANGER Vlce Presldent JEANNINE BISSON Secretary HELEN COOK Treasurer BARBARA GREENE The old members mtroduced the new to the act1v1t1es by 1'lO1d1l1g a Chr1st and assemblles These were agreed upon and cornmlttees were appolnted to further the plans and expectatlons of the organlzatlon Due to the reslgnatlon of Helen Cook a new secretary had to be elected Th1s was carrled out 111 due form and the newly elected secretary was Shlrley Clark We hope to aiT111ate wlth the natlonal orgamzamon shortly and JOIN 111 membershlp Wlth the thousands of other Future Home makers of Amerlca 1 'X i ' 1 I 1 A A A An A A , mas party. Plans for a food sale were suggested, and also for a fashion show i""-"'-"""'-'7- M I LUB The M Club lb made up ot those students who have been awarded thelr letters for takmg part 1n some extra currlcular act1v1ty Th1s club under the leadershlp of Hank Small our athletlc dlrector sponsors the selhng of candy etc at recess The club membershmp IS const1tuted of those D1CtLlI'6d above 7-1-11- NLNIUH Pl A5 Ab the f111.1l d141114L1e et'1o1L ol the Claes ot 48 Home Sweet Homlclde was p1ese11ted on J.111uuy 31st Ably du ected by MISS Nancy Woods the play , A , lin 4 L J ' ' K 1: 4 'n ' Q ' K" 'Y AA , Q 4 ,1 - 'Q ' 1 '1 -' W, .-,'v- . . ' ' x I ' l'l L z' ' C 'I lv I Y was a g1eat success Ma11o11 Qdlbhlllb A1Ch18 Apr1l D111ah Polly Wally M1 Che1111gLo11 MIS Ch911l1gLO1l Rupe1t Vdll Deusum F1a11k1e Rlley B111 Sm1tl1 Sergeant O H ue Pete Joella Fl1bh11g,l1l Slukey Pfuty f.,061N CAST ANNETTE GODFREY CARROLL HATCH FRANCES YOUNG EVELYN MCPHEE CLAIRE MILTON GEORGE DOLE ARTHUR BOWKER JOAN SHAW PHILIP HASKELL ROMEO BIETTE EDMUND HAGAN REGINALD BARTER GEORGE DOLE BETTY JANE WILLIS REGINALD PARKER DAVID MCKELLAR MARJORIE ROGERS GLORIA ROGERS MILDRED OLIVER PRISCILLA WITHAM J NIUH KIAHNI X The JLlIl10l C,l.155 deucled on an 3.I'l1b1I1Ol1b l.l1'lC18IIdK1ll2 when II declclecl to 131656111 the well known comedv Our Heart5 Were Younv and Gas by Ennlx K1mbro11vh and Corneha Ot15 Sk1nne1 It Wa5 xeu 11 ell pre5ented llld 11 15 one ol the HISIIGSI fIIl211lCl8.1 SLlCC8bb9S of the S611 M155 KQIDGFIIIC Conley and M155 L6'O1ld1d chd a flne Job and lt 13 to them th'1I much of the cucht NDOUICI o The C151 v1h1ch d1d 1 fine Job IS 15 1ollov15 .S-te1m11cl V115 SKIIIIIQI C01ll911d Sklllllil Ot15 SKIHIICI Ennlx K1mb1OllL1l P1115e1 bu W 11 dc55 D14 k Wllllkl 5 Adnnral H1TI1Cf St John Wnntred B1 1112.11 L10 McEvov IllS1J6LtO1 The1e5e LAYVRENCE BERGERON PHYLLIS ARMES BETTY FOOTER ROY LUTZ BARBARA HARTSGROVE GEORGE PAISLEY THERESA TARDIFF RICHARD HERSOM ROBERT ROWLAND JANICE KNIGHT SYLVIA COHEN WILLIAM WAGNER JUNE GILL IRENE LAIT LUL11 BEVERLY MILLER Mo1151e111 De l1 CIOIX LEO LaCHANCE YVIHCIOW Cleane1 RICHARD GROSS 'HUNIUHIN 1 SS llu SOIJDOIHOIL 1,1155 p1e5Lnted 1 fltllllf., 5eq11el to 1151 ye ll 5 p1od11ct1o11 ol T111 ACIVGIIILIILS ol Ton1 SHWYGI 111 1t5 excellent 1J01I,1 1y1l ol Peck 5 Bwcl Box on M'11ch Illlleteellth MISS Ir15h 18 to be comrnended on the fine Job ol 101111111 .111d1he c115t 15 to be COIl,9,1d.tLl18.f9d on 1tS1'1'llC1 WOIK 'llld 5mooth IIHCIIJICI 1I1OIl ot the pa1t5 They 'IFS 15 follows D 1hl11 Htlllk Peck bx H llX Peck Jl J1lllIllX Dutlw bchulm CIIIIOICI Jelllllll M15 Peck Llltlll ThOl1le Mnlulle Be 1111110111 Nlllllllf' Dol 1 F101 1 Lola CLAIRE HARTSGROVE GORDON PINKHAM EDWIIN PERT EVERETT POULIOT ARNOLD COGAN EUGENE REYNOLDS NANCY STOVER ELAINE RACKLEY ROBERT GRAINGER PATTY BARROWS MAUREEN REYNOLDS RITA GIACOBBE DORA WING 1 ' ' 1 1 11 1 ' , N I 1. ,' ' ' . . , ' v ' ' . .. . - . .. . W , , ." . ' v ' ' 5'-. ' . 1 y Q v v I1 . V , .,. . ' . , . ' . .. . V , . ' .. ' L. Y C 1 1 V C . 5 K. w - f 'K-A. , . ' ' ' 'A. C , ,., ' A. g 1 ,QI ,. . 7 ' ' If ' . 'l. Lt, ' .l.: Y . 'f ' X. ' v ' 1 I ' r 2 " . . .. 2 A, . 1- L-1 Madame Elise JOANNE CANACARIS , , . . . ,I xx SUI , .IAM I " -' '- 'H 1 ' ' 'L' , lf ' " -.. , .AJ ' uv ." ' ' A. . .2 2 ' 1. 'S I Aw c . . '. 'L. ' ' . 2 . ' g'f f . 'C --1 ' A. C . . C A. ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' 1 as 'Z 1, . . . 1 , .. 5 '. 1'1" ' . '. ' . . , , QS , 1 - , 1 " 2 'z 'z STANDING STAGE COMMITTEE The stage crew under the d1rect1on of Mr J Edward Pomeroy 1S 111 the op1n1on of many one of the greatest assets to the h1gh school Th1s group 1S 1n charge of stage llghtlng sett1ngs, and management of all hlgh school and many outsxde act1v1t1es concermng the aud1tor1um and stage The crew IS ready for work from the t1me school opens 111 fall t1ll It closes m the sprmg The boys have done a fme Job Wlth what materlal they had on hand The members are the followmg Manager BILL POMEROY Asslstant Manager BILL JACKSON Stage Hands JIM FOOTER JERRY CLOUGH BOB JACKSON w 7 - - 9 7 , . x . . . , . . . v 1 A'l HLETII DIREI 'I URS Here are the people who have made th1S one of the most successful years 111 the athletlc hlstory of Morse Great thanks to all of them trom all of us Uncle Henry Small Dxrector of the Athletlc Assocratxon Dunc Farrell Phys Ed Instructor and Basketball Coach Austln Mrller Track Coach and Asslstant Basketball Coach Denms Murphy Asst Basketball Football and Baseball Coach B111 Johnson Baseball and Football Coach Absent when the prcture was taken was MISS Mrllan G1rls Physrcal Edu catxon rnstructor - I X X N 1 -, x 4 W ' ,- .-.- 1 v w w V A J l H ,, . . . . ll vy - v 1. - vv . . . . 1, . V - Q HLl1,HLhADl1.HS Th1s year has been a great one for the Cheerleadeis Not only have they added a number ot new cheers but they have also pepped up the old ones with flips cartwheels and other new motions In December the Cheerleaders took a tr1p to Boston to see the Morse Gloucester game They were chaperoned by Miss Nancy Woods of the fac ulty To earn money to take th1s trip they had a Iood sale For the first time in Cheerleadlng hlstory of Morse H1gh a constitution neatness and affabillty The varsity cheerleaders were Ann Wllson Chee Chee Young Skippy M1l1er Norma Leeman Lasca Huse Nancy Stover Claire Milton and June G111 On the Jumor varsity were Rita Giacobbe Gloria Wilson and Sally Footer 'Chee Chee Young was the head eheelleadel and Miss Anne Mlllan was the faculty advisor r iv . 1' was drawn up. Every year cheerleaders will be picked on the basis of ability, , . ' ' as 97 . An ' V1 ! ! 1 1 G . 1 0 'Y V , . , , - f 1 1 ' . . ' , . IUUIBAI L Thrs years football team coached by Mr Johnson had a typrcal Morse season as far as wrns and losses are concerned In many games however Morse actually outplayed then opponents rn everythrng but the score The squad elected three senrors as co captarns Cook Dumars and Reed Those who Wlll be lost by graduatron are the followrng Cook Dumals Johnson Skrllln Trafton Sullrvan Pomeroy Lowery Warner CahrllWr1ght Percy Cornrsh and Reed M01 se Mor se Mor se Morse Morse Morse Mor se Mor se Rumrord Edward Lrttle Gardrner Brunswrck Rockland St Lours Westbrook Br urrswrck l 4 V1 J -1 6 '- 12 . 7 . - 7 .. 0 - . 0 1 0 ' 0 13 0 0 . cs 33 - - 12 .. - 12 BASKIL 1 B ALL Wlth hopes ot a Western Mallle champ repetltlon the flymg start ShOW111g plenty of sklll power and defeatlng way at least once Det Dev. Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Feb Feb Fe J '1llOIlldbLOll Rockland So Portland Gloucestex Alumm Edua1d Lxttle Bates Frosh Cheverus W6StbIOOk Levs 1ston BlLl!'lbW1Ck Rockland Edxsald Lntle BIl1llbM1C,k Westbwok bo P01l18lld I eu ISCOII IOURNI- 1 I IWII M01 se M01 se Morse M01 se M0156 MOI se M01 se M01 se Morse M01 se M01 se M01 se M01 se M0158 M01 se M01 se M0186 boys got 011 to a everythlng 1n 1tS M0156 nut B1dde1o1d 111 the openlng lound oi the Weblelll Mdllle TOUIHA ment Ill what ploved to be the best played game of the season 101 e1the1 club llthough the downfall for Morse Thls game was exceptlonally well played on the part of both teams and ve1y few mlstakes were made It just happened that the B1dd1es were ahead 460 573 when the gun sounded The SEll1Olb that w1ll be lost at gI'Zidll9.t1Oll are C I11sh B Tratton M C01 n1sh D Johnson and A Cummmgs Coach F211 rell should be commended on 1 swell coachmg Job even though we d1dn t Wlll the tOl11Il3.I'I'l61lt v v w -. 5 ' ' ' 29 " 67 '. 9 ' 30 " 35 '. 12 . 29 31 -. 20 ' 21 " 36 -. 26 ' 32 ' 39 ' . 2 ' ' ' 31 ' 37 . 9 ' ' 50 " 53 ' .13 42 ' 37 - .20 .' ' 33 39 . 23 34 " 63 - , 27 ' ' " 39 " 51 ' .30 ' 37 " 43 Feb. 3 Cheverus 27 Morse 34 . 6 ' ' ' 35 " 37 ' . 10 ' A 33 " 35 . 14 ' ' ' 27 " 29 . 20 ' . ' 29 ' 28 I . 27 J 42 58 v C ' . an . at M vw HOIKIW Morse Hlgh School had 1ts flrst hockey team th1s season and lt looks as 1f its here to stay Although the team wasn t too 1mpress1ve 'ms fal as Wms and losses go the fans must remember that all the teams faced by the home club have had years of experlence 111 the skxllful art WhlCh makes them far superlor to our boys 1n1c s Dxxfield Coburn Classlcal Gardmer M C I and L1Sb0ll Falls The SQIHOFS that recelved letters are as follows R Dumfus R C'1h1l1 C Shepard C Dlngley and M Warnel Co Cfzptfnns we1e C Reed and C Shepard The coach was W1ll1am Johnson l 'av' v M 'n,, M -- I ' '1 " A . I . ' A sq , C . n 1 I Teams met by Morse High Hockey Team are as follows: Lewiston, St. Dom- . , . , , 1 . '. ' C L l ' ' . . . C n . . n . BAQFBAT I When thxs book 1S pubhshed the baseball season w11l be over We should llke to make a predlctlon as to the outcome Our belief 1S that the commg season should be one of the most successful 1n years We base our bellef 1n the following facts The nucleus of thxs year s team played together all last summer Thls experlence plus the rugged pre season workout Coach Johnson w1l1 g1ve the players had ought to glV6 the team a sllght edge over Apr Apr May May May May May May May May Rumford Lewiston Edward L1ttle fAuburny St Dom1n1c s fLew1stonj Brunswlck Rumford Lewxston Edward Llttle tAuburnJ St D0mln1C s fLew1stonj Brunswlck Away Home Home Home Home Home Away Away Away Away J . J .1 most high schools. . 27 . 30 ' 4 . 11 ' 14 18 '. 21 ' 25 . ' ' '. '. The Morse Hlgh R1fle Club was brought about by the cooperatlon of the Bath Rxiie and Prstol Assoc1at1on and Mr Brown of the faculty The Bath Rlfle and Plstol Assocratxon donated the use of thelr range hghts fuel and the members donated much of the1r t1me Mr Smlth Mr VanWynan John Stlckney and Douglas Sl-ullm volunteered from the Semor Club to g1V6 1nstruct1ons The officers are as follows Presldent DOUGLAS SKILLIN VICE Presldent JOHN STICKNEY Secretary PATRICIA COWAN Treasurer HUGH MADDEN Executlve Officer PERLESTON PERT We hope that the club w1ll grow and any new members are Welcome 4 ' 1 t 5' if ., c. W Q Liv, -- C V 1 5 MORSE HIGH SCHOOL RIFLE CLUB BOYS LEADER FORPS The Leader Corps under the leadershlp of Mr Farrell completed another year of successful act1v1t1es rn wh1ch they led thelr partlcular squads The leaders were plcked by Mr Farrell for the purpose of conductlng a group of boys from each class all the classes were d1VldBd 1nto three or four squads dependmg upon the SIZG Much cred1t must be glven not only to the boys but to thelr leader Mr Farrell Those who were leaders thls year are as follows Wxlham Foley James FOI't1Il Don Harrlson Dan Largay Arthur Brown Donald RODIHSOH Rlchard Torrey Charles Murray Don Footer John Murray Edward Murphy Frank Torrey Richard Cahrll Dave Johnson John Parker Frank Warren Douglas Champeon James Sm1th James Footer Ed Hagan Harold Staples Regmald Parker Fernand LaRochelle Robert Phllbrxck John Elhs and Alvm Gedlman 15 L ,I Q .. . . : " , .1 . ! 0 Y . ! l Y Y Y I Y I- .1 Y Y i 1 . 7 7 7 1 ' 3 Y l I 1 'I GIRLS LEADER FORPS The purpose of this program 1S to encourage leadership add to student participation in class and give self coniidence to the girls The duties of the leaders consists of calling roll inspection and direction of squad in class activities At the first meeting of the Girls Leader Corps the officers elected from last year conducted the meeting The 0fTlC9I'S are HS follows President RUTH COOMBS Vice President MARGUERITE DRISCOLL Secretary PATRICIA WORDEN Treasurer BETTY JANE WILLIS The regular meetings of the Girls Leader Corps are held every Tuesday On mornings if there 1S no business to discuss the girls go to the gym for advanced instructions of the sport in season from Miss Millan The following are in Girls Leader Corps Marilyn McElman Barbara Densmore Dotty Belanger Carol Carlton Patricia Cowan Anastasia M1 halos Helen Poulos Jane Grant Sally Grant June Gill Eleanor Carter Avis Carter Laura Mulcahy Beverly Denham Margaret Lenfest Dolores Mar shall, Norma Nickerson Claire Milton Amelia Mitchell and Gloria Rogers '13 'I L A L, morning during the activity period where dues and attendance are taken. GIRI S BASRILTB Xl I Basketball an every year h1t agaln brought out many grrls both talented or w1ll1ng to learn The sport was started off by havmg an 1nformal practlce to choose ten captams for the teams The grrls choose the followlng Beverly Denham Sally Rogers AVIS Carter R1ta Sa1ndon Carolyn Adams Amella Anne Mltchell Marllyn McElman Patrlcla Worden Patrxcla Ames and Ruth Coombs These glrls w1th the help of MISS M11lan took an afternoon and choose the1r teams A round rob1n tournament was held two mghts a week after school Each team played each other and the w1nner was Sally Rogers team W1th Av1s Carter s the runner up Wmners Sally Rogers Marguerxte Drlscoll Carolyn Mlllel Anastasla Mlhalos Margaret Lenfest Rlta GIHCOUDC Joyce Sprague A1108 Jones Char malne Dlonne and Lucrlle Glxdden Runner up Av1s Carter Clalre Mllton Patr1c1a Cowan Theresa Tardxff Jean MacDonald Loretta Dumals Martha Stone Grace Johnson and Pauhne Smlth The members of Rogers team w11l recexve sllver basketballs at the G A A Banquet for the1r efforts and wms Bouquets are to be g1ven to the post graduates Mal tha Pratt and Ger malne Bonney for the1r tlme glven as referees of the tournament Joyce Wentworth was this year s manager . ,.-. v ,,..,.- .',,, ..... . ..-- ...... 1 9 1 va 1 f 1 At . I A 4 s y 1 1 1 v v 1 ' v x 1 1 - 1 ' v . . r . . , v v v 1 1 v . 1 v ' , . ' v 1 1 a 1 v 1 v 1 , , . . . . l - V r . . . L . . , . A , , ,, - 1 IIRIS VOIIPYBMI Over seventy g1rls part1c1pated 1n Volleyball thxs year prov1ng 1ts popu larlty The followlng glrls were chosen as captalns AVIS Carter Ruth Amella Mltchell Practlce sesslons began November 25 wlth the g1rls eager to learn new technlques Then f"lV9 tournament games were held wlth Beverly Denham s team v1ctor The records of the teams are as follows Team Won I ost Tied Avls Carter Ruth Coombs Beverly Denham Marllyn McElman Marguerlte Drlscoll Amella Mltchell 2 Lorralne Dumaxs as the score keeper also took the attendance at each game Whlle Dolores Marshall was the oilicxal tlmer Slnce Volleyball IS a mlnor sport tive pomts IS awarded to every g1rl who part1c1pates ln the legal amount of games Its great to see the freshman g1rls comme, out for all the sports Keep 11: up klds ..---v--- ,-. ' '-" '- '- A 1 ' . ' Ea L Juan A 11 7 A A A Coombs, Beverly Denham, Marilyn McElman, Marguerite Driscoll, and . ,, . , Q . . .': '. 1 2 1 .1 1 4 4 1 ' 3 2 ' '. 3 2 ' ' 2 1 FIRLS SOFFER Soccer 1S the first sport of the season that the GIFIS Athletlc Assoclatlon sponsors Due to th1s fact many glrls turned out to take part 1n the after school act1v1t1es All games are played ln the adJo1n1ng yard through the courtesy of the St Marys Parlsh At the first practlce five captalns were chosen they were as follows Eleanor Carter Avxs Carter Marllyn McElman Patr1c1a Worden and Ameha Anne Mltchell Then they 1n turn chose then' respectlve teams Four practlce games were held before the tournament The tournament results are as follows Team Won I ost Eleanol Carter Patr1c1a Worden Amella Anne Mltchell Av1s Carter 0 The three top teams t1ed for first place d1d not play off because of new sports comlng up Flfty seven glrls recelved pomts for partlclpatmg 111 soccer The managers were Dolores Marshall and Frances Marks class of 48 The glrls appreclated the new methods that our new Physlcal Educatlon Director Mxss Anne Mlllan has taught us thls successful season of soccer ......... -,-, ' ---v---. ...-i... . v--. . 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A x v GIRLS AIHLILIH ASSUIIAIIUM The G1rls Athletlc ASSOCIHIIOII the backbone ot the attel school gnls athletlc proglam IS one of the buslest organlzatlons 111 M0189 The OHICCIS ale as follows PI'8S1dCI1l2 AMELIA ANNE MITCHELL V1ce Presldent AVIS CARTER Secretary ELLANOR CARTER Treasurer SALLY ROGERS SBIIIOI' Representatlve CLAIRE MILTON J UIIIOI' Representatlve DOREEN WILLIS Sophomore Representat1ve PATRICIA AMES Freshman Representatlve MARY BURGESS Mlss Anne Mlllan lb the faculty advlsor The blggest project ot the yeal tor the G A A 15 to sponsox the boys bas ketball programs th1s yeal was no exceptlon The plogrftms proved h1gh1y successful Morse banners and st1cke1s were sold to the student body thls fall and sprmg They were greeted wlth a gleat ovatlon Thls yeal the G A A started a DI'Ol'Il1Sl1lg feature ot sellmg mllk to the seventy odd noon c 1fete111 lunchers It proved to be very satlsfactory all the way around The G A A assembly lb to be the last of March and they hope to obtaln a Il'l21g1C13ll f01 the event The annual g1rls basketball banquet hOHOI'1Ilg the wmnxng team of after school tournament w1ll be held March .50 1948 at the South End PTA Hall Ch1Ck9ll ple w1ll be on the menu Certlflcates Wlll be g1V81l to those glrls who have enough polnts to date to FCCGIVC elther class numerals school letters state letters or state pms 1. if ,J ' 'LL 1 -1 V1 wrw 1 I vt w rw ' L, - 1 ll ,ll ' .' 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' . 1 I .,' A c 1. . , . l . . - f ' v n v v - - Bl Uh XNIJ WHIll+ HONOR 'IILAMS These guls are chosen lor then ablllty progress and general C0l1t!'1bl1t101'1 C' C C+ 5' 2 v-s U' 97 ff W' na C' O' gl- CV on 99 5 V Af C o Q rn U7 U' msuozvumozv Black SAINDON Captam MILTON forward ROGERS forward AMES forward COOMBS guard CARTER guard Substitutes JAMES forward GRANT forward MULCAHY forward STEVENSON guard MITCHELL guard SAINDON guard '5U3PIP"UL'CP Whlte DENHAM Captam ATWOOD forward MARSHALL forward MILLER forward '1JUJ'JPOU"' DENHAM guard COWAN guard Substltutes J OLSON forward M MCELMAN forward M DRISCOLL forward A MIHALOS guard M LENFEST guard N NICKERSON guard Honorable Mention ZUVIJEPZ 23522 ocmog 4m f: mmwgc' mmm O agn- 5526 o Q 55252 OEJQS- :US O' .-1,-. : QQ c z E 2 5 G T BROWN guud J MCINTIRE guard P MCNAUGHTON guard L MULCAHY guard B J WILLIS guild 'md gu 1rd 5 - M, , ,X vs 4 f' 0 . . , T 1 s J , , A , I J I n ' . , f' B. . ' Q CHADEOURNE, guard . CARTER, guard - v - C . 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' z .fltenanlg Contntlautlona N ILLIANI To walk upstalrs 15 to tall to meet 1 pebble lb to stumble to speak to someone lb to stutter such lb terror 111 W1ll1am Tall slender and extremely awkward he 15 called by h15 fr1ends boor1sh bungllng clowmsh gawky maladro1t ungamly and unsk1llIul He revolts agalnst the customs and COIlV9DtlOIlb wh1ch Clalm lt rude to break people 5 property even aCC1d6Ilt ally He fights those who clalm It careless to stumble over nothlng wrong to fall over valuable ant1ques and 11nco11th 11ot to chatter along at tongue break111g speed to every acqua1ntance W 15 W11l1 1m bor11 clumsvf No 110 H1016 than Othel bab1e5 Why he lay lll h15 cr1b and cooed and chewed h15 toe5 as normally as a11y other Chlld He soon learned to crawl about and play Wlth h1S toys St1ll no clums1ness He learned to toddle around h15 yard and flght w1th other boys St1ll he was as ag11e f15 the other5 He and h15 fr1ends began to play tag and hxde and go seek yet 110 1wkward11e55 appea1ed W1ll1e was glowlng then he would S0011 be 1 blg boy and go to school W1ll1e otten d1eamed ot school It was l1ke a I'Ob11lS 11est the t63Ch8I the I'Ob11l a11d he and h1s trlends the ch11p1ng l1ttle b1rd1es D1dnt h15 mother tell h1m he was spreadmg h15 w1ngs and learnmg to Hy when he we11t to school'J Oh' ' and the lun they would have Slllglllg color1ng and pl 1y1ng games It w15 l1ke 1 5pec1.1l he 1V8ll they would 51t on soft whlte clouds and Wllte Oll 111gel WlllL,S whlle Cldllgllllg ba1e teet 111 cool S1J3.I'K1111g, f'1y OVGI the school root and th1ow f'lOWG1b down to the other cherubs And the11 the day came He was 5c1ubbed and pol1shed He sa1d good bye to h1s mothe1 111d lett W1th 1 SLl0llL he 11t Slllglllg, weakly Ye5 th lt w 15 the day 1t h 1ppt11ed W1ll1e went to school He was tr1ght ened and ll9lVOllb The bell lallg a11d the bhOllt11llg boys and glrls crawled 1Dt0 the 0119 1oom schoolhouse W1ll1e followed hot on thelr heels the sun from outs1de momentar1lv bl1nded h1m as he stepped 1DS1dG W1ll1e fell 1nto the waste basket The short SCO1d1llQ, he l6C6lV6d confused h15 soul he st11mbled to the desk tnot a fleecy cloudy that was pomted out to h1m H15 grop1ng teet caught o11 1 book and he lay Oll the sphntery floor m1d screams Wh1Ch we1e 11ot angel laughter The maste1 DlCk6d h1m up gave h1m '1 shake called h1m 1 1oo115h clown Llld pl 111ked llllll lll h15 seat Th 1t was the begllllllllg At 1tce55 he tell 11110 1 mud puddle Ill '1 game ol t1g Ill the '1It6lllOOll the 111418161 called upon h1m and he w'1s unable to HIISWGI At n1ght he Wellt home llllbel' 1ble The 11ext morn1ng next week IIGXE yea1 It w15 111 the same When the Lllllllblllebb began lt spread l1ke an ev1l d1sease He blllldly stun1bled g1oped and fought h1s way Hls mlnd became g1oggy wlth h.1rp1ng d11ect1o11s H15 body filled W1th aCh1Hg t1red 11955 Yes the clouds had turned to cold desks the sparkllng brook to burn 111g tears and the cherubs 1nto human heartless Chlldrell . ' , 'A. , . 2 ' . Y . 2 A- ' 'Z I A-1 -A ' - , . 5 ' K.. . ' , . , . .' cl. K.. , '!. ' , . . ' - - . -lv v 1 V lx. , , . . ' ' v -- ' A : .' 1 ' g ' 1 ' ' . 4 ' ' I c . - . . I. . Q' brooks. At recess they would race about and borrow the angel's wings to 1:2 ' ' z." 1 32 " f . . 2 as ' ' 1 1 . ' ' ' . ' ' ' ' ' - ' . f - V- D . . ' ' 1 . ' t 2 ' 1 j ' . ' 1' ' ' 2 ' . ' 2 i.. C ' . , . K. . ' L 1 1 AV' Zh- 2 A-1 . u 1' 11 - . ' 1 ' , ' ' v 1 - ' v ,- Q f - ' . ' ' . ,- 1 ' f ' - ' . ' . ' . ' ' ' - He began to look lrke a rack stretched body full of creakrng Jornts and ganglrng unattached bones Hrs mrnd was filled wlth COl1fLlS1OIl hrs tongue filled wrth stutterrng Yet he was compelled by fate to lrve rn a world of graceful smooth tongued berngs Is rt a wonder that W1ll1e revolted a wonder that he wrshed to stand up and yell hrs revolt? A wonder that he was a deJected fa1lure9 What could any mortal do rn a lrke s1tuatron'P Prcked upon for hrs awkwardness and scolded for hrs rnartrculateness But how d1d Wlllle revolt'9 Drd he walk rnto someones house and krck over all the vases and ancrent tables'J Drd he gather all hrs rusty words and shout them to the world wrthout a stammer'P No not W1ll1e he grew up drs appornted rn the world drslrkmg rt greatly W1ll1e W111 never be a norsy re volter He wrll contrnue to be pushed about but rn hrs heart wrll rage a greater revolutron than the French ever staged It wrll fight rts fury out rnsrde the small palprtatrng muscle and finally d1e unheard of Avrs Car ter MY ADVENTURES IN BOOKLAND On my Journey through Bookland I have met and am meetrng many 111 terestrng people and characters I have traveled and lrved rn all parts of the world and have been a party to many strange and excrtrng adventures It has been a long road that I have traveled but rt has certamly been an enJoyable one My Journey started as tar back as I can remember I was Just a small grrl wrndrng my way up a sunny hrlly hrghway On all s1des of me were b1g brllboards wrth the wrrtrng A rs for apple You eat every day B IS for baby Who Just loves to play etc These srgns kept me company untrl who should come along but a lrttle old lady and a b1g whrte goose The nrce old lady was Mother Goose and she and I traveled together for qurte a way ple Through her efforts Mary Jack be Nrmble Jack and Jrll the Old Lady rn the Shoe Wee W1ll1e Wmkre Old Mother Hubbard and many others be came my frrends One day as Mother Goose rnd I were walkrng along we came to a fork rn the road As I had grown older durrng my Journey Mother Goose told me rt was trme for us to separate Not sayrng goodbye but Just farewell for now we parted Thrs new road was approachrng a dark forest Just before I reached rt I met a lrttle prg trudgrng along the road wrth a bundle of straw He rdvrsed me not to enter the forest as there was a brg bad wolf rn there that ate lrttle grrls Not berng able to turn back rn my Journey I had to keep on through the forest I dldn t have to worry though as the wolf was after a lrttle grrl rn '1 red hood I became acqualnted wrth Goldr locks and I slept rn the three bears house I also met llttle Black Sambo and the lrttle Red Hen We all had much fun together but my days rn the forest were lrmrted as I was fast approachrng Farryland What a nrce place that was I stayed here for qurte a whrle V1Slt1lIg krngs and queens playmg the role or r prrncess krllrng grants meetrng wltches rnd playrng wrth Hansel and Gretal J ' 1 - 1 . t . . . 3 She was such a wonderful companion, and she introduced me to many peo- v 1 v - 4 1 Q K. 2 1 ' - -, - 4 I 2 ' . 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Trme was passrng raprdly so I bade Iarevrell to Farrylrnd and sard hello to Holland Here I watched Hans mn hrs Holden skates and I saw Peter stop the leak rn the drke I journeyed from Holland to Svnrtzerland stop prng on the way to see Peter Pan In Swrtzerland I met Herdr and Mona Herdr and I had wonderful trmes growrne, up together I stayed vvrth her untrl she and Peter were m rrrred and then turned my nose toward home On the way I stopped rn England and rnet Robrn Hood What or Jolly char acter he was' I enjoyed my stay vrrth hrm rmmensely Alter sayrng hello to Bambr and hrs chrldren I frnally returned to the Unrted States I started chummrng around vsrth N rnu Drexx and Penny Nrchols The trmes we h rd together robberres berng krdn rpped chasrng. crooks rre un mentronable I soon had to lerve these good trmes as the wrr broke out and I had to go to Guam Guadalcanal the Phrlrpprnes tnd I even traveled Wrth General Ike I trareled through the war torn countrres for '1 whrle wrth Ernre Pyle When I frnally returned from the war I went to Afrrct good trmes Returnrng. lrom the Junglc I stopped lor r whrle Wrth Shakes pefrre I shortened my vrsrt here rs rn rnxrt ttron had been extended to mt to vrsrt Amber at the Krng, s Court Alter my xrsrt wrth her I returned to the States Srnce my return I have been to Texas New York Jerrcho Marne and Florrda I have lrved rn fftbulous crtres and rn the most remote sec trons of the woods I have Just now returned from Florrda Where I vrsrted the Yearlrng Jody and I had many untorgetable experrences together and I hated to leave hrm but Starlrng, ol the Whrte House called me so I must 5,0 rmmedrately to Washrng.,ton How long I sh tll remarn here no one knows I hrve had an rnvrtfttron to vrsrt the Foxes Hrrrow rn England but only trme wrll tell Whether Ill get there or not So here I am strll wrndrng mv Way up that long, long, road I lr rve come such a long, way but I have oh such r lone wry to go yet' Glorr t Rogers -: o z- ' K, L. .' . 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' L' z 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' . qz ' 1 9 1 ' 1 1' 1. 1 ' z 1 aqclznowflecfqementa The Yearbook staff w1shes to make the IO11OWlllg acknowledgments To Mr Pomeroy for all h1s Work and advlce vuthout whxch th1S book could not have been prrnted He has CIVGII us unselflshly of h1s t1me and has been '1 constant and valuable 0u1de to us 111 thls task To the Engllsh ACIVISOIS who hfue performed the thankless drudg ery of couectmg and Dl'OOI1621dlllf., the materlal submltted They have shown great Wl111Il2,Il6SS to cooperate Wlth us 111 any way and to do tasks beyond what could have been expected or was requested They ire Mrs WIISOIT Mrs Mayo Mr Watson M1ss Ir1sh MISS Woods and MISQ M Conley To the merchants of Bath who have bought advertlsements and have Dug down 111 these hard tlmes to help us finance our book We are deeply grateful to them for th1s and It 13 due to thls that we are able to present th1s yearbook To our photographers who have done a line Job both ln the actual takmg of D1CtLlI'6S and ln thelr cooperatlon IH arrangmg for and sched ulmg the d1Fferent groups Mr Douglas and Mr Thompson deserve adverse condltlons To Mr Herr 1ck for h1s vulllngness to work W1th us at all tlmes and h1s perm1ss1on to take p1ctu1es at tlmes when It was perhaps more advlsable to om1t them We thank hlm for hlS understandlng and len1 ence throughout the work on the book and for h1s D2lf,18l1C8 at our more try1ng moments To M1 Harmon for h1s fuendly work mth us and for h1S tolerance W1th our ShOI'tCOIT11llgS also to the Forest Cxty Pr1nt1ng Company WhlCh he dlrects It 15 to them that We owe the success of thls book To the office staff tor the11 ard Ill the copy1ng and other such tasks They have put up W1th more 1llt8I'lUD1L1Ol'1S than they should have stood and we assure them that lt w1ll not be forgotten The Edrtor wlshes to express hls thanks To all the teachers who let hlm out of classes and to assure them that such of the trme as :nav not haxe been employed Ill h1s dutles was at least enjoyed To the staff rn grateful HIJDFGCIHUOII of the tasks they have so em clently carrled out 'xfxxX'xf'x"x"x.f'x'xxfx1'x'Xf'xxxxxxxXx'xfXfxfxfx . l ol . . , A L s' . 5 . . I 'l. 'L. .K V C , V . ' - 1 -1 ' Yr L '. ' 3. ' A. ' ' L. , ' ' J. xx. K ' L ' v v , ' Y V H D Q C much credit for the excellent results they have produced, often under . . . 1 1 I . . . . y . I- C v ' - ' - ' ' ' 1 C 1 -A C C sq . i L -'A 1. C n .' ' 1 -' 1. K 1 7 , g '. ' . A' . , ' "c I I ' Complrmcnm of the Fuulty an Staff Members of Morse Hrglr Selrool Horne P Hrrrl lx W1 ram olrnson Edward Pornerov lVl1r1am B Harmon Dennrs R Murpldv Margaret C Flaherty Ausrrn W Mrller Catluerrne M Huse Howard Q Mcplrer Catluerrne Leonard Ruth Wrlson Marv Conlev Katlaerrne Conlev Helena Jensen Adena Qrnrtlr Harold E Brown Dusrv Mrller Nlrclcev Savage Martha Hutclnns Duncan Farrell Nancv Woods Henry Small Nathan W Wat on oursr lVl1xo Kerrlr Crockett lrnwooe Alwlwot Anne Mrllan l aura Craft Ieonard Gsm Dax rd Allwmn Ablwre I-larxex Dorm Qcorr Ornalr Qnrpr . A 41 ' Y A L I - f A - A . ' . r K 'z ' . 'Il'. J ' , ' . 5 ' . Amy lrislw .. 1 l, ' L . if .' ' l l 4 lc 4.f , ' n 7' Vx ,. . Uv . 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CIASS of 1948 IRUII Desmond s Men s Shop COAL BITUMINOUS ANTHRACITE FUEL OILS OIL BURNERS BOTTLED GAS GAS APPLIANCES The Glbbons Co FUEL DFAI FRS 32 Centre Street Bath, Marne HHS' ' ' L HILLS 'a 9 OUTUTTHS IQ ffxtgrse Mfsm fer' 39 Yecfi Goo. ,E ' - 1940 THE AMERICAN HOUSE Lfblxl llllf Jfllllm fm THE SOPI-IOMORE CLASS fOCV LUCK SENIQRW I-XNIFS SMITH HI I I 'N C'OOlx SAI I X CJR9-.INT II XX I I ON XRIJ E, 'J Ufk 10 "i C1035 f - CT ' fflmifc liquors :ml 'fc C' ails f, 1 I' ' Q Qf' X A N 1 , 17 ,J ' , , k . I ll mins! f.f.Y - I A 89 P Nlanager and Clerks Atlantm Ea' PHC1f1C Food Store mx H MAINE Sentefs Bath, Maine MAY! I1l,SHk'S l'RU,11' BUCK T - Q I nfxfpfzfm INN L1berty Bottlmg C0 IQHINC MACH xND U EPR KI f MD fd DDjIX!t Q IN CLASS OF 1949 ISIII N.CI'xSON IDANI I ARGPXX lu XRIHXR X H AR TSC ROX F IO! VN If XRM R of VXK v 9 7 X 7. ff f CNE . , 4 QEPT QLQX ESS IA. 'SQ LIFE L G Balfour Company ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS CLASS RINGS AND PINS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS DIPLOMAS PERSONAL CARDS CLUB INSIGNIA AND MEMORIAL PLAQUES Represeotatzve fe oovmof IUPPHD o Cop Cowoqe Morne Fred S Curus 55' Company f APIII INICE SERVC Telephone 75 FL NFRAI SFRVICF 917 Waslmlnf ton Street Beith Maine 0 l I fl. I 3. I Cx 2 Iwe R od 5' x, V , I I I . ,-I. Q A I, .ICE ' T H N . C: - - C Q . C fzllfflfllll fir of A Fmend James B Drake 59' Sons 7 Iront Street Telephone 197 GENERAI. INSURANCE fl! 7 NHL UN I PNNL if Shea s Flllm Station THE C IPI QT-XII f FIB Mory Cunningham School of Nlode rn ID'lI1ilI'IK FRIEND I Ulllflfllllc ,ffx B1sson 5 Van Servme LUG N BISSQIN' IMI f 'X Q U1 cuff iff ff ,Y flf ,I 'X' l i U j . . . . -,- "' I - .' . , LCP? Eli C I :nm 'Spf 'DTINIAIE ff-A722 i:-'fu I IO5 Lincoln Sfreef Lf-f 'uw 1 I :"f,", - lg f wx Ijfi HI lm, fm' fl Em! 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