Morse Memorial High School - Morsonian Yearbook (Brooks, ME)

 - Class of 1939

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T he Morsonzon Morse Memorzol School 51QooKS MAINE I 9 3 0 B We the members of the Student C0unc11 to our esteemed teachers Mr. Savage Mr Guptlll Principal Miss Tanner and Mr Field dedicate the 1939 issue of the Morsonian , D . , . . , . , . . O74 OIZLCUZ Published Annualy by the Student Councll of Morse Memorial School Brooks Me Volume I No I May 1 1939 EDITORIAL STAFF Fd1to1 111 C h1ef Me11g211et Cdll BLISIIIQSS M21n1ge1 No1m1n IXQIHIQV nsst Buslness M ll 1ge1 Helene Staples Lltelaly FCllt0l R1t1 S1n1th Xlllfllfll Edltor Alma Elxx ell Joke Ed1to1' Opal C011 Act1x1t1es Fd1to1 F121nces Roberts Xthlet1c f11ClltOI' Hen11ett21 Txxomblv WE NEED SHOWER BATHS L1st ye ll Mo1se Nlemomal Hlgh School obt lllled the much need ed gymndslum Th1s xx Is bullt 1n hopes ot s1te glllldlllg the health ot the students xxho p211t!'c1p21te 111 1thlet1cs Of LOLIISQ th1s xx21s 21 1,1 eat 1mp1ox ement to the school but xxe te cl th 1t anothe1 necef 11x 1 the 1nst1ll1t1o11 ot shoxx e1 b21ths Atte1 1 b1sket b1ll game the pl1xe1s 11e cox e1ecl xx1th DQISDII 1 um 1nd llb leit 111 lC.OIlClllQlOll xxhe1cbx thex 11e xe1x c21s1lx suluect to 1 colcl xxhlch m 15 dexelop 1nt1 1Jll8Lll'll0llll. 01 any othel ot 1 num 1e1 ot lllllg'6,l0Ll cl1se1ses We rc Llllt th It th1s xxould mxolxc 1 l11g,e expense for the town Nfxe1theless lt xxoulcl be xxo1th It 111 tha cncl 1nd We also feel th It he toxxnspcople xx oulcl not leglft h 1x1111 spnnt then money IOI such 1 xxo1thV c 1uQc Hcn11ctt1 Fxxombly 40 OUT OF SCHOOL LIFE INTO LIFES SCHOOL A xxe thc Scn1o1s go out lIlt0 l1fe s school xxe 1x1ll hncl the golng., 111ch loc lbl th111 xx 1s schoo 1 e No mo1c I11ls Llltl LOII"1l1Cl9S 1s c h 111 1n good old school dfzxs As xxf go out llltfj hte m1x xxe 1lxx lVs lemcmbel the thmg we le21111ecl 1t Mo1sc Some ot us m1x bc gn 1t men mcl xxomen somc cf 11s may le 111 humble l1x es but no m 1ttc1 xx hcthe1 grcdt 01 humble x ell 1lxx 13.s h 1xe one memo1x th lt xnlll bc cle ll to us Olll schoolclag 1 motto J t ot School L1te 1llt0 Iltcs School h1 lr ce1 ot lllbllllllg Some of us 11e xoung to lu g'Olllg out lHt0 hfe s chool Let us 1emcmbe1 to let 'Nll school c11xs guule us th1ough dll ne stolms ot llfe H Cookson '39 S .., ' 9 1 ' ' I J ' .-' - 1 ' ,.- . . . 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Tleas 1 2 3 Iles ot Student Councll 4 Hllilllg, Club 1 2 Fd1tOl ot School Student Paper 4 S1lut rtory Delmont Clark Clee Club 4 Olchestra 4 q9l1lOl Plas 4 Basketball 1 School Plav 3 Clas Hlstory Hazel Cookson C lee Club 2 Glee Club 2 Orchestra 2 Senlor Play 4 Cl ass P1 esldent 4 Hlklng Club 1 2 School Play Fnst Honor Essay Edythe Hawkins Glee Club 2 3 Senlor Play 4 Hlklng Club 1 2 Basketball 2 Cllss Glfts 9 Norman Kenney Senlol Pl ly 4 Orchebtra 2 3 4 School Play 3 fi Student COllI1C,ll 4 S mol HM 1 Member All Fastern Hlgh H1 mg club 1 2 School Bind Boston Btsketball 1 9 Maffh 1939 Second Honol Esmy Thnld Honol Esqfly Chesla 0 Brien Eben Elwell Glee Club 2 'S Cliss Pl'C?SlClCIll, 2 Semor PHY 4 Vlcc llcsldent 4 Blhketblll 1 9 Prlfc Speaklnc 3 1 Olfheqtld 2 3 Montgomery SD6dklIl1., Contest Prlfe Speaking 4 CColbyJ 3 4 School Plav 3 Student C'ounc1l 1 Hlklng' Club 1 2 Addless to UDCl6l,f:,FldU2itES Claw PlODl19Cb Frances Roberts Parker Johnson Glee Club 2 2 Scn1o1 Plav 4 Treas of Student COllI'lC1l 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Senlor Play 4 Claw Wlll Valedlctory IGB 5 . . , ,3, 4 I N ' A 7 . v I ' ' 1 , ' Sex ' ' , , , SL 4 1 -' J. , ' ' .' 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IQDWZJJ THE MORSONIAN uns mv ACTIVITIES The first soclal of the xear was as usual the Freshmen Receptlon LIVER by the Sophomores The twenty five Freshmen furmshed the entertalnment wlth the1r xarlous antlcs Candy hot dogs and soft dllnks xx ere on sale and a dance took place after the entertalnment The SGHIOTS seem to haxe glW6l1 most of the soclals th1s veal Thex tarted the fall term wlth a dance featurlng MISS Brooks on Sep tember 30 Mlss Alfreda Tanner xxas chosen MISS Brooks Then' next soclal vxas a Hallowe en Palty on Octobel 31 Exely one present had a very enjoyable tlme Games xvere played and me freshments of doughnuts and clder were on sale Nox ember 18 was the date of the Senior Play Aunt T1ll1e Goes To Town The cast of characters for lt were as folloxxs Aunt T1ll1e Tlask vxho dlsllkes all males Maxgaret Can Luclnda Talbot her ma1d xx ho IQ HHXIOUS to be marrled Flances Roberts Pamela Marsh Aunt T1ll16s charmxng nlece Edythe Haxxkms Lune Parsons an asplrlng young noxellst Chesla O Bllen Ronald Hoxxland xxho alvx axs has an exclamatlon fox ex erxthlnff Delmont Clark Luthex Lorrlmel Ronald s xx ealth employer Norman Kennex Muxm Tuckel xx ho IS ln a peck of trouble Pal ke1 Johnson Chalhe One Lung a Chmese cook Eben Elwell Mls T1ll1e Tucker MBIXIH s aunt L1ll1an DGROSIQI Dr Hattle Blng a chnoplactor Hazel Cookson Given such a cast of characters and so many fine actols no xvon der the play was a grand success vxlth hardly a dull moment through out the entlre three acts Aunt Tlllle certalnly went to toxxn' On Fr1day afternoon December 16 the Student Councll gaxe a hort Fhrlstmas plogram to the school The program conslsted of .ilble Readmg' Eben Elwell an orlglnal play Chrlstmas wlth the Jones Famlly by the Semor Class and Chrlstmas Carols sung bv the entlre school w1th MISS Burt at the plano Then Santa Claus fDel mont Clarkl passed out the glfts on the tree Many of these gifts were funny accompanled by short and very sultable xerses Candx 1nd popcorn was also en1oyed by everyone present On February 13 the SCHIOFS gave a box soclal wlth M1 Cuptlll as auctmneer Games were played and a short perlod of danclng fol lowed MUSIC was furnlshed by N Kennev and Mr Saxage On Wednesday afternoon February 22 Mr Harry Hutchlnson gave us a talk about Governor Brooks of Massachusetts and 1n so dolng he mentloned somethlng about the hxstory of Brooks 1 I. y g . 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THE MORSONIAN 5799 IMO The annual prrze speakrng contest was held February Z4 The peakers were Eben Elwell Chesla OBr1en Wrlbour West Henrretta Fyvombly Julra Elyy ell Helen Smrth Frank Revnolds md Beulah Webber Frrst prrze for the boys yvent to Wrlbour West and first prrze for the grrls yvent to Henrretta Twombly Eben Elyvell recerved econd p11ze and honorable mentron was grven to Chesla O Brren The Junrors and Semors were coached by Mrss Alfred 1 T rnner The Fresh men and Sophomores yvere coached by Mr Freld A dmce yvas en royed after the pr ebentatron of pr17es On Frrday afternoon March 3 yve had another spe rker He W is 'vlr Mahal of the Bangor Darly News who spoke to us rbout Wrre l'noto He had seyeral machrnes wrth hrm yyhrch fue used rn thrs yyork and he demonstrated the use of these rs he told us about them He also had a number of prctures yvhrch hrye rpperred rn news papers Before he left he took a prcture or the Physrcs class examrn mg hrs equrpment A day or so afterwards thrs prcture was rn the paper The school gathered rn the audrtorrum Frrdfry afternoon March 10 for a town meetrng sponsored by the Freshman Crvrcs clrss and the Senror Socral Problems class As soon as the meetrng wrs called to order the offrcers who had been elected rn the mornrng by the Austrfrlran Ballot took the oath of offrce These offrcers were Select Margaret Carr Member of the School Board Frances Roberts and Treasurer Hazel Cookson Folloyyrng thlq the rrtrcles rn the warrant were taken up the students grvmg therr arguments for md rgamst them One or tyyo artrcles were passed over Bec ruse of lack of trme the meetrng had to be adrourned before 111 the artrcles had been taken up Last fall a renewed efort was made to enlarge the C urtarn Fund At thrs trme yvhen a number of toyy nspeople yvere kmdly C0lltI'lbLltlIlg' to our fund each of the classes decrded rt yvrs only httrng th at they too should contrrbute somethrng Therefore flye doll yrs yy 'rs trans ferred from each class treasury to the Curtarn Fund We ue all hop mg that noyv fyvrth the help of the money the tfrcultv m rde yvrth then playj yve can haye a new curtarn before graduatron Aunt Bessre Beats the Band a three act comedy yyas present ed by the faculty March 10 The cast rncluded Mrs Crlley Mrs Broyyn Mrss Mrller Mrs Pattershall Mr Ryrn M1 Freld Mr Sayage and Prrncrpal Oryrlle J Guptrll J Thrs play yvrs certrrnlv emoy ed 'oy ey eryone The money yy hrch yyas receryed yy rs deposrted rn the C urtarn Fund The school plav A Ready Made Famrly yy as g,1y en Frrday mght vlarch 31 The story of the pl rv rn short rs as folloyys Agnes Martyn .' ' v 4 K . f, , 7 ' ' 4 ' IJ . , y H s f , . . - 7 ' 9 1 . 'Y f 1. K 1 JKT K y K . . . , . Q W . , , . ' ' . ' . 2 ' s - h N 1 1 . ' . 1 1 I ' I 1 , K I . CL . . c K ' c , , . 1 K K K K K CK K f Q . - z ' 2 z ' .- 'a 3 v1'.1 1 1 11 ' - . . C , , n I l 1 . 'av I 11 n K I K KKK ' D 11 '1 1 1 l I 1 a . k Lx. K x K CK ' 9 Ks 'f '. 1 'a 11 1 ,, - c , . K K . n 1 1 1 . man-Norman Kenney, Moderator-Delmont Clark, Town Clerk- . , c , c T K K, ' . - , . . ' ., 2' ' J C ' . . 0 1 A f' ' 1 , K K K c c K . ' K KI . 'E K' A 1 . I I 4 1 .1 1 . f. R c ' .1 f , c . . 1 ' ' :K , K c 1 1 ' . s r K Y 5 r 1 . . I 1 v I ' r , .K K c. v 1 . , . . ', f 2 s '.. ' .'- ' ' f 4 4 1 L . 1 ' r c ' U 2 ' I Y . T . rc - va I V A KK k 1 'C . 7'Kv K - 7 " 1 . A ' 1 I 11 ' - . F- K' 1 ' 23 ' 2 ., . .' li ' 37 ' ' ' . V - . 'za f ' ' ' I ' - 2, ' K " . ' fs: .f . THE MORS01VIAN carol IW! '1 yy1doyy whlle yacatlonlng meets an old sWeethea1t Henry Turner a 'yVldOlV9I' and they become engaged Nelther tells the other of the1r rhlldren at home three IH one houshold and two 111 the Othel The youngstels hay1ng hea1d of the blg SUIDFISQ and not feehng any too food about It plan to upset the matrlmonlal apple ta1t by actmg then yorst befo1e then p1ospeft1ye step pa1ents One yylll haye fitS HH othe1 yy1ll talk baby talk and a thnd plays the 1ole of a holy terror fVVhat a mlx up and yyhat fun 1n the l9lllllf, Afte1 almost tyyo hours of slde Splltlllllg laughtel Agnes 'in l Henry eme1ge y1cto11ous and the ku zccept then neyy pa1ents The cast of cha1acte1s fOl thls pl IS yy as ms tolloyys Agnes VIa1tyn a yyldoyy Beulah Webber Marllee he1 daughte1 Kathleen Cdll Bob he1 son Clyde Hlgglns Gracle he1 youngest chlld Calolyn Wo1k Aunt Lyd1a M15 Ma1tyn s S1StC-2I'1ll lm Op 11 Cox Hemy Turne1 a yy1doy ey W1ll7OUl West nous h1 daughter Helene Staples QIITIYIIIQ h1 S011 Althlll lohnson BCQOHII a colo1erl e1y mt lvlrllllllle Broyyn lsuodemus a cololed Q11 lenu Fdfldl Reynolds ll F11day fternoon Aylll 1 yu hell moth 1 assembly H1 h Qfhool ym me ent to hoa1 ou1 sU91k6l M1 Patte1shall dls tuss st1mps and the hobby of stamp rollectmg M1 Patte1 shall s tall' s yen mt l9N+1 sf and he shovyel us mmy tamps that ranged 1n y lue f1om a feyy cents to a feyy hunfl1ed dolla1s F0111 Chools oa1t1c1oated 'xt -hlblOll IH an 1nte1scholast1c puze 0 lfmq contest AD11l 19 1939 The tyyo 1ep1esentat1y es f1 om Morse y e1e Henrletta Tyy ombly and W1lbOLll VVest Both yy1nne1s yy ere t1ed Vlchf-1 l Tones of Unlty anl VV1lbou1 West of M01 se anl Pea1l Criss of Fnredom nfl Thelma B1 ann of AllJ1Oll yye1e the yymn IS Tlophles 1yen to all the yy1nne1s N. one act plav 18 noyy IH the process of 1ehea1sal Th1s play yy meh ls entltled Whlle the Toast Burned yylll be qlyen 111 the Une A t Plav Contest held 1n Ulllty on Aprll 27 The r st of cha1acte1s fol thls play IS as follows Herbelt Canby Delmont Clalk Ruth h1S w1fe Helen qm1th T4erbe1t Tr fabout sey enteenl Eugene Robe1ts Malv Lou fabout tvs entvl Carolyn Work Crandmother Canby Margalet Cam The IllYllOl Class yy1ll glye lts annual Junlor Prom Ap11l 28 A0 Oldllln' to rumo1 ' Pat Crady s o1chest1a yy1ll furnlsh the music . y 1 eeee ee , B me leaf. 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THF MORSONIAN um sou OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES There should be an outsrde sport for the grrls because when the go out ot doors attnrty perrods to play tootball and baseball the must etay rn and study Of curse there rs volley ball but rt ISII t erctrtrng played by a few guls who do not know the sport very Many of the grrls rn irtt xx ould rather play real baseball but toys 3 r s xery x ell rr the teachers wont rlloxx rt we should irll bark on soft ball It would be 1 lot of fun and rn rnvrgor rtlng sport espeurllv rt enough guls ge r out for rt to form two teams Don t you lrke to prtture your selt tfrndrng on home sxxrngrng 1 brt xxrth the brses tull' You bet you c ol Perhaps rn fr touple of ye us there wrll be 1 le rgue formed among the sthoole ot Waldo County tor grrls sottbrll Then the grrls wrll to the baseball games rrght rlong wrth the boys Ot course there xould have to be unrforms Perhaps naw blue brseball p rnts and a xx hrte shrrt wrth a lrttle red L rp perched on your head Very betommg 1nd v ry busrness llke It IJIIIIQS 1 plcture to your mrnd ot vours t uly Qneedrng around the bases one two three and home wrnnrng '1 home run for the team Also of you rn the out held all prepared to catch that hrgh one that means a lot to the score Unanlmously one and all we rote for softball thrs sprrng' tlf we cant have base oall Barbara Rober te 40 ,Q GL1, 0 ff Freshman Cor Albert Low e Shuley Reynolds Frank Smrth Helen Sta rles Helene F I Lfffhcadofd sophomores Hamlln Mrldr ed I' ryson C hr 1st1ne W ebber Beulah Post Graduate W er ner Wormlrght, Junrors Cox Opal Felker Everett Jr Roberts Barbara Twombly Henrletta Seniors Carr Margaret Clark Delmont Qookson Harel Kenney Norman Roberts Frances Jr . 11 , -' ' s w fi-ls .' " " ' f. s ' ' '- , ' " ' I. - I -1 1 1 V I ET A A y '-S, ' 12 . , v - I 3. v -, .iw f ' 7 Z 2 ' v' 12 ' T K. , S fs .V ' ' if. 3, yi , ' Q V . K.. 7 ' ' . - ,Lv ' s. 'f s" 'fr 2 " za.-' '. e 1. I 1 1 ku . C 1 2 :ky lux V' 2 Z r I - . ' ' j '. '.,.'k.' Z . , ' tuck their gloves under their arms, hop on the truck, and rattle off - r L1 .' 2 v' x vs. V ' 1 L1 Q v ' K-A ' ' ' x - .2 - . r 1 f s . ' a veh xi. ' . in in 2 . I VY I I .lv AAN A., ' . 1 s s - v' ' 1 'A ' lr v 7 v v a ' ' , .T " . ' s , ' .1 I ' , I V . , . . . . . - ' r 4 7 f R . 'Q' 11,-L-L gt r 1 Y OF A' ' Zi . A 7 7 I , 0 9 7 I' ., ., 1 ! It 4. ' U , r . . ' ' - N I 9 1 v I 1-1 I 1 c . , , . A' y ' v 4 , ' .', c ' I' Y . THE MORSONIAN 'UW' eau .Q Nl -o Em Front Rom Left to Right Pleanor Amsden, Alma Elwell Helene Staples Rita Smith Opal Cox Henne ta Tuombls Barbara Wormlight Patrlma Vllare Julla Plvnell Chrlstme Barbara Roberts Edythe Hawkins Instructor Mlss Burt Chesla 0Brlen Arline Hamlin Durothg Vt eymouth Phnor Gardiner Shirley Raven Kathleen Carr Mabel King Tlurd Row Maxme Humphrev Virginia Sullivan Theodore Felker Everett Felker Jr Iohn Wvnlall N0l'IIl2n Kenney, Delmont Clark Everett Reynolds Geneva Lamphler and Barbara Higgins GLEE CLUB Last September the members of the Glee Club met undel a new muqlc teache1 MISS Burt Nearly all the hlgh school students mcludlng many of the boys take palt 1n tlns. 3Ct1Vlty MISS Burt has arranged that the members of the club w11l 1ece1ve part of a credlt a year for thxs A meetmg 15 held weekly durlng Wh1Ch tlme the membels smg, lea1 n about famous muslclans, study baslc prmclpleq ot muslc, and hsten to phonographlc leeordlngs of Cl8SSlCal muslc A Elwell '40 12 wr " V - x S x s' ' . a ' ' ' 2 3 , ', ' V , f . ' . , ' I ' , ' ' layson, Carolyn Vvorkg Second Row: Marjorie Brown, Mildred Hamlin, Helen Smith, w! v 7 1 . Y 1 . I I ' V Y Y 1 I ' 1 V 1 1 S 1 n I 1 I I 'Y ' . , . . .' y f ' J, y s. I a, . n . y . an . 4 K. A A' . L. . . I L I Aw. .x THE MORSONIAN 13 ll ' WWW, , ,W IGWJ Back Row Ieft to Right Nonna.n Kenney leader Mlss Eleanor Burt Delmont Clark Iront Row Ieft to Right Everett Felker Helene Staples Walter Vernon Henrietta luomblg Theodore Felker ORCHESTRA The O1'Ch9btld 15 one of the newer actlvltles whlch have been Started 1n our hlgh school It was orgdnlzed thlee years ago th1S pung by PI'll'1C1D3l Leslie HlgglHS It turmbhed muelc for the grad ments d lung the school yeeu Thus ye lr the olchestrz hae, been con oueted xely xuuessfully by Mlss Burt The membelshxp of the or hestl 1 hae mueased th1s yeal so that It now has sex en pleces db fo 'ows Helene Staples plano Nolman Kenney and Delmont Clalk zlarlnets Walte1 Vernon saxophone Henrletta Twombly Theodore md Fwelett Ifelker v1ol1nQ Ex erett Felker 40 , J , bk ri nation of the class of 1937 and 1938 and for a number of entertain- T X .' 1 " f '. 2 '- Q 2 ' ' - 1 A ' 1 1 1 A Iv Y 'vw 11 l I s: ' S, ' 3 ' ' , 3. ' ig ' , 5 ' , U 7 A , . . L. J I , L. 1 , 9 14 THE MORSONIAN I WATHQHCS l W Back Row Left to Rlght Coach Woodrow Bailey Ludolph Webber Jumor Wormlight Edward Roberts Guy Twombly Second Row Left to Right Wllbour West, Dales Rr berts Philip Hawkms Norman Kenney Front Row Left to Right Edgar Reynolds Ldward Cox Maynard Lane Dumont Twombly BYXSEBA LL WALDO COUNTY CHAMPION S-1 938 The Morse Baseball squad of 38 uhlch was verv capablv coached bv the Commerclal teacher VVoodrow Balley had a very u cessful sea on and proved ltself to be the superlor team ln the Waldo L ounty Leavue by wmnmg all games but one thereby wlnnmg tlfe Cup The heavy h1tt1ng power possessed by thls team was one of 1ts g1eatest assets It was undoubtedlv the heavlest hlttlng team ln the league Although the Morsomans were noted for their slugglng thev also had the excellent pltchmg of Dumont fbcrewballl Twombly and Maynard fLeftyJ Lane These pltchers were recelved by Edwarl I ox Jr a very capable catcher who proved h1S stamma by playfny all of every Game played The lnfield posltlons were held as fol l ' 3 l y v 1 ' G 1 U . , I ' Z . 1. 1 , - 1 9 , 't , ' K - 1 . . an Q , , ' s at L." . . . ., ., S X.. 1 ' . . . t o 9 1 ' - . . . , Y . , . -I H . . . . f L. . m - . . . . , , , M . . 1 Y . . . , ' a L , . . . 1 , ., 7 .., . .. 1 D . L - llll' f1lU!6S0NI11N 1:2201 ac-mu 1011s 1st base Ph111p IIa11k111s 2nd 11 INS D1le Robelts Sh01tSLOp W11bu1 West 1nd 3111 b1se Bdga1 Re1n0lds Phe rest ot the squad played 111 the outheld 1he1 11 L16 N101 m 111 Kenney Iudolph VN ebbel Ne1ner Wo1m11ght JI Cu1 1110n1bl1 md 11111 11d R0b6ltS The I1tLhC1S 11h1le not 011 the mound 11ll.yb1 the 110811110118 ls tollows Mont l'110mb1v sh01t top 111d 111 1y1111d I 1ne 111 the 0utf1eld Thele 11 ele 0n11 t1vc11c membe1s ot the squ 111 11 ho pl 1yed 111 ot 11c se 15011 Se1en 01 these 11e1e 81.111018 1 e 1 lLlHl0l t11o so who 110195 one i1eshm1n 11161 o11e t10m the Gth gl 1de The end ot thc regul 11 se1s011 1011111 M01 2 tled 111t11 UIIITQV 101 111st pl1ce e 1ch 14,1111 h11111g lost b11t one gl.HlC The t1e X1 IS pl 1yed I1 It Belf1st 111th 1110 UHIXQISIIN Umps ot11c11t1ng Attel a close nd th11ll1nff 01 1me thc lflor.-1on1ans cmeured YlLt0ll0LlS thus UIIIGYIIIQ, Pe tltle 1nd 111th It the cup V J VVo1ml1ght JI 38 CROSS COUNTRY L t 1111 the boys 01 10186 Me1n01111 School oeg 111 1 IIQVK sp01t Il th1s LOL1lltW Cross f011nt11 11118 S1101t IN one 11 h1ch should be 1313.2 up ot st 1171111 1 f01 other sports 'lhere 11e1e th1rteen boys 011t 101 LIOS c01111t1y These th11 teen h11e t111en g1e1t mterest 1n lt and 0111 co 1ch N11 Savige has do11e 11s p211t to m 1ke th1s 1mo1e 1ct11e spolt 111 thc Nl use h16YY'lOF1'1l Qchool The boys st 111111 by 1unn1ng 11011111 the school g'l0LlHdS durlng 1ct111t1 DEIIOC1 and lt Illgllt lttel school Attu the boys I1l3CtlLeC1 011 the b1o11nds fo1 1 XY eek Ol s0 the1 st 11te 1 to 1 0 1onge1 C11Std1lCQ"1 O11 LIONS COL1I1tly COUISQ began It the scl1o0l ho11se contmuec' 11 1011gh Robelts 11 oods 1nc1 1c1oss the 1910011 to the m11n road anc1 b 1ck to the school g'1OLlIldS m 1k1ng P1 tot 11 c11st1nce of about two 1111 one half mlles John 11171111111 1nd Edg 11 1'9Xl10lCls seemed to be the lJ0ttO1 13111111918 thoucfh the Othels d1d 1e1y 1vel1 T110 81111161 11ent to Un1t1 101 the 11rs1 meet 1n1 YVLIG defe'1tefl 11 1 S1019 of t11 ent1 slx to t11ent1 e1ght 0111 next meet 112112 XVltll 'X11J10lfl f1t In ooks We NV8l9 the X1CtO1S b1 1 C016 of e1ghteen to thuty 11111e 0111 team competed 111th Freedom at B1ooks next and 1ve1e the 11ctors Dy f1 SLO19 of t11enty th1 ee to th11ty t11o The 11st 1un w IS fv 10111 6011161961 meet f1t Un1tv 111th -Xlb1on B10oks Un1ty and F1ee 110m competmg 11111119 the 1 1ce XY as 110n by George L1tt1ef1eld from 1V'o1se the te 1m fll11Sl19d second to 21 m11ch 1mp1o1 ed Besse team Th member of the squ 1d are is follows Edgar Re1nolds John V2 1111111 F1 e1ett R9Yl1OlC1S Geo1ge Llttleheld E 111 1111 M'1rt111 Ed1v1rd I'1r121bee Douglas Go1en 1nc1 Clyde H1gg1ns , 1 1 . 15 v2u 1 1 1 . . 2 I ' - 1' 4 v A w 1: 4 11' 1 . .1 1 , 1 , 11 , 4' 1 , 1 1 ' 2 2 2 2 ' 2 . 2 1 1 1 2 2 ' , 2 ' 2 1 . , c Q C1 , A L 1. 1 1 ' ' V' 2 2 . . . ' 7 - ' . U' ' . 1 c 2 4 3 1 Y u Y - ' n 'X 2 i v 2 u 1 1 , ., 2 j 2 1 2 .. 2 1 ' ' , 2 '11 1 .' .' 2.' .': 14 H r V , , , 1 , ' ' 1 2 t , .' 2. , 2 2 2 2 12 , . 4 2 2 U2 2 2 , x 2x2 ' , K2 2 2 2 2 ' 1 2 . 2 Y 2 ' 2 2 2 2 ' -2. , ' ' -. 2 2 11... . 1 . 1 .1 .,1n-,., , ,.1 - .1 ' .': 1, ' J 2 1 2 1, ' '2 1. ' . . ' -1 2 ' 2' ' ' ' . 1 1 2 .' 12. 1 bf A ' 2 ' , 2 ' 12 2. " .' 1 2 . ' 12 .' 2 1 Q, ' 2 1 2 2 2' 2 ' 2 -2' 2 U 2" " fi ' 1 ' . , . 2 it . b 02 , , i - , 2 . . ., K. 2 A ,. ' - 2 1' ' 1 ' . 4 . 1 , . . , . . 218' 2 , 1 ' 1. 1 ' '2 - 2 2 1 1 S ' tlced 111 every school. It IS 21 sport 11'h1ch IS very useful IH the bu1lc11ng x ' I . A " 1 w M C K 1 n. ' 1 r - ' 12 ' 2 . . 22 - 1 2 '- 2'2'1 '2 .' ,' "2',.'. 2 " ' 32 2 '2 - . . ' 2 2 2 ' 2 -2 1 ' 2 ' I 1 2 1 2 c . 3 1 1 ' c 1. . ' s K2 K2 2 2 3 - ' A 2 1 L L2 . . A, ' 2-'ff' " 2 ' 2' . 'r' ' " U.. L 2 2 2 . A2 , U2 L2 2 2 2: 2 'K2 . . L I ,1' ' "1 ' .' 2 2 " if 1 ' 2' " ' 2 ' ' 2 2 2 .' 2 ' 2 r, 2 ' 2 2 1 2 T 2 2 2 - - f .. U 2 2 2 . N . . 2 1 I1 iw . 7 ' Y 1227, .I 2 2-ks, 2 ,-'.A. , A , - - ' . 2 I ' F. ' " w'2 3 ' ' ' - '- . 2 1 Y. 1 -, 5 v V 2' K2 ' C 1 2 2 - 4 ' 2. - 2 . 5 ZA, , ZA, 1 . ' - 7 ' ., , 2 . 2 ' . C . A ilu A E L .KY AV 1 4 . m 2 K, ' 1 2 ' u 1 0 2. S 2 2. . . . 1 ' 3, 'bv c . 11 v ' .7 f, 1 , f vc ' c , 2 ' V Y 1 v . . .. , . , 2 , 16 THE MORSONIAN um Front Row Left to Rlght George Llttlefield Parker Johnson Delmont Clark Wllbour West Arthur Iohnson Back Row Left to Right Coach Iucnan Savage Frank Reynolds .Lduard Roberts Paul Ward Douglae Gowen Eurett Rewnolds Eugene Roberts Inset iaptam lfdgar Reynolds BASKETBALL AT MORSE The boys basket ball season of 39 began YV1th h1gh hopes and good mater1al Late1 on we had another playe1 10111 ue who took a poe1t1on on the fil at team The players and the11 130811210118 ue as follows Delmont Clark son Althur Johnson and WllbOul West gualds changmg poQ1t1ons at d1ffe1e11t 1nte1Vals Our coach M1 Sax age d1d a very good 1ob coachmg ue W1th the help of M1 Gupt1ll a F1 eehman Qumtet was Qtarted WhlCh Won all but one of the five games It played Thm game resulted 1n a t1e Due to the S176 of the bus neal ly all of the Basketee1s had 1 1 hance to go on the t11ps At AlblOll Nov 30 the MOISQ Qumtet was defeated but thle d1d 1ot d1Qcou1age them because It was one of the first games they had played as a team ' : ' I , ' 1 ' , ' , , 1 , 3 ' 1 ' : 1 1 ' 1 , 1 y 1 - 1 s 1 1 if 77 1 ' ' - . 1 , Y I I 1 .I . L I A1 D 1 Aw' l .1 2 1 Lv kv: , ffenterg Edgar Reynolds and George Littleiield, forwardsg Parker John- N- , 1 I , 1 ' Q sw , 1 1 A , 1 1 ' 5 ' ' ' 3 1 7 . . . . , . , .. un l , A L - A I . ' 1- -' 1 1 - ' - U 1 1 1 .U 1 A A 1 A A 1 4 7 ' 7 7 THL MORQONIAN 17 uw: 'GPU On Dec 7 we played our frrst game at Morse wrth Islesboro Af ter playrng an excrtrng game wrth one over trme perrod the Morst Qurntet won by two pornts Accordrng to our schedule Morse played Freedom at Freedom on Dec 9 Although thrs was an mterestrng game we were defeated Berng rrther drsappomted at losrng the Freedom game the Bas keteers went to Unrty on Dec 16 wrth a wrll to wrn Thrs w IS a br uer for Morse because the score was 39 to 23 rn favor of Morse Jan 10 srw the Morse boys and grrls board the bus tor a trrp to Wlnterport where we met defeat at the hands ot a more eoordrnated team After practrsrng for a few days the Qurntet met Freedom on our ewn floor Although there was much rmprovement srnce Morse had met Freedom we were defeated On Jan 18 we met Albron on our own floor and defeated them We decrded thrs trme that we had had enough practrce Morse was defeated at Lrberty even though we led the entrre game losmg after a fast and hard fought game rn the last mrnute of play Srnce we had been defeated four trmes rn successron the Basket eers saw blood and were determrned to Wm our next game Wrth that rn mrnd we practrced every nlght On Jan 27 needless to say we non from Searsport at Morse The score bern-gf 20 to 40 rn favor of 'Wor e After a few days more of practrsrng Morse entertarned Unrty at Brooks The result was a defeat for Umty as ex ervone had hoped rt would be On Feb 7 Wrnterport defeated Morse on our own floor We went to Searsport on Feb 10 wrthout a doubt mbout wmnrng After pl ryrng two overtrme perrods George Lrttl held posed md m :de 4 basket wrnnrng the game for Morse by two pornts Wrth many tears and good bvs the Morse Brsketeers set off for Islesboro on Feb 17 Islesboro w on the game by 1 few pornts but bemg good sports thrs drd not sporl the fun ot the bovs and grrls of Morse Feb 21 saw a group of Basketeers from Lrbertw enter our gym nasrum After playrng a hard game Mor e was defeated by ten pornts The players and the number of pornts they made are as follows F Revnolds 186 D Clark 8 W West 79 A Johnson 37 P Iohn son 33 G Lrttlefield 30 C Hrguns 4 51 Cox 2 P VVard 1 Thrs makes 1 totrl of 455 pornts rn rll durrng the season of 30 Albert Cox 42 11 1 --myvi i , 1. ' K1 1 kv ' kv A1 . - . I . . . - . my .V , 1 , ' 1 1 . 1 . . V 1 1 Q Y ' . 1 . . . v 1 Q- c 1 - - . . . .1 VI 1 I C 1 ' 1 . . 1 c1 c I Y I 1 I ' 1' L L K A ' . , . . ,, . Y - . c . 1c 1 1 . Q 1 I I 1 - I K , Y 1 w ' ' ' 1 , 1 1 v , . . , 1 . v . . . . 1 1 . I . V .1 - I . Y . i , 1 1.1 s 1 , 1 " . . . . Y v , . . , 1 1 , v c 1' 1' . ' 4 K c ' 1.1 S . 4' V 1 . I 11 1 . I 1 1,. 1 1 uv '1' 7 N l y A 7 , . . . . . M I . . . . Q. v t ' 1 c 1, 1, 1 c 1 I 1 I . 1 . 1 r, 1 , 1 1. Y' W Y v 1 v 1 - W1, 1' 21 ' 1 1 'N V V I - 1 11 1 . . 1 c 1, , , . 1 1 . . V . . i .' V 1 1, 1 L1 7' 1 1 11. 11 1 f v . ' . , 4 v . 1 1 1 - I ' . 44 1 1 . , 5 11 ,, 1. -s 1 ' V , v,. 1 1 L c 11 1 . . 9- 7 1 Q v . J. U 1, , - , lf, . , , , 1, , , , Q - , . ' . I ' T' N . 1 . ', 1 ' 1 - a - - . lv v A - ' lv v - V . . I I l 1 . I . 1 1 1 ,, 1 c c 1 1 1 1. 1 4 THE MORSOVIAA wwf :Gnu Back Row Left to Right Henrietta Tvs omhlw Barbara. Roberts Coach George Field, Beulah Webber Chnstxne Pas son Front Row Left to Rlght Caroyln Work Opal Cox Mabel Kmg Chesla 0Br1en GIRLS BASKET BALL Inst vs as Mlss Tannel but due to lllll6SS she axe lt up and M1 Gup t ll tooll her pl ue Aftel Chustmas M1 Field bet Lme ou1 coach At the begmnmg ot the season ue deuded to take turns bemg captam Guls basketball has not been Xe1y suceebsful thlb year on me whole as we Won onlv thlee league gameq loat H1116 and tled two We h mpe that we shall haxe bettu luck next yeal 18 we vslll loqe on ly one of the hrst team playele Thobe recelung lettele W916 Balbara Roberta Opal Cox Hen 1 etta Twomblv Carolyn Work Mabel Klng Chesla O Bllell Chuetme Plyson Beulah Webbel and Barbala VVo1ml1ght 18 l . L 1 ,, s ax.. M ' 5 , 2 es ' - V l X ' L .--..-. ..--- -.- . -L - - 'Q : . V l', u , . , ,' Q ' I ' , y , . 7 Fourteen girls came out for practice this season. Our coach at .A-S v: L- 'ss .' ' nf., A, g- V ' 2 ' -I - i ' f 2 . D A . Us . 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I , A! ., r 9 9 , I 7 ' 1 t A I 1 . , , ', ' 0 - THE MORSONIAN :um mu THE ANIMAL LEAGUE Th1s year the Morse Memorlal Hlgh and Grade Schools met and chose basket ball teams among themselves maklng up an Ammal League Th1s league was for those not on the hlgh school team and chose above the fourth grade It was called the Anlmal League be cause the teams were named after some anlmal The followmg are the names of the teams and thelr captams lnduns Clyde Hlgglns Knlghts Albert Cox Brulns Frank Reyn olds Vhldcats Everett Reynolds T1gers Guy Twombly bkeletons ldwanl Roberts and the Bears Harold Arsenault These teams played SIX games each wlth most of the games belng ye-ly close some of whlch were tles and had to be played over The tollo x ng lb the order IH Wh1Ch the teams came out Wlldcats hrst lxtl and the Skeletons were seventh Although there was no cup or prize to be awarded 1n th1S league all the teams played very well Clyde Hlg'g'lHS 40 A PREVIEW OF BASEBALL AT MORSE Ah me here It IS sprlng and the dlamond stxll cox ered YV1tl'1 snow md mud but lxke all baseball lovers the boys at Morse are ready to bu1ld a new team from a group of ROOk16S Wlth only three regular leportlng some mlght thlnk the chances of Morse to be sllm yet wlth all experlenced men trung for the p1tch1ng berth and wlth sev ual l1kely prospects for the backstop posltlon Morse can and W hope v1ll do some real work thls season The year 1938 saw a new cup added to our collectlon whlch w1ll how future students and frlends of thlq school that Morse had a champlonshxp team wh1ch won all games played except one All players of that year w1ll remember the extra game played Wlth UHltV at Belfast whlch won the cup by a score of elght to seven Last years men W West E Reynolds N Kenney and sub F Robelts are readv to hght for the good ot Morse but we need you! support The financlal standmg of the Athletic Assoclatlon ls on the downward slope thus any donatlons at our games would be greatly xppreclated Support our team by your attendance at all games 19 1 1 . 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THE MORSONIAN LETTER NE Ill' I MONT C I ARK DRTTOIEF VV: started our sersrn wrth Dll70lGI rt center Lack of floor experrence drdnt keep hrm from playmv h po rtron ex ceptronally xxell Dazzelers 'rbllrty both as a defen rye and offensrve plryer proved by the tact that he ou' pornted lrrs opponent rn prac lcally all games played ll Dazzeler' we ll mrs- you when next season rolls around but herc s lrrck tr u l DGAR RLXINOLDS Hooky Edgar r the one we all call Hooky bud the one who whrle playrng., bas Lfrll before he shoot Hooky was our -tar pornt maker last sea on and vtrth 1 lrttle more practrce he hould be able to mrke nearly 100 per cent of hrs shots from my corner of the floor Phe boys hayc hovun then regrrd for Honky r ectrng, hrm captarn for tht mist -.eason Morse 'Vlemorral surely vsrll miss you when you leave the team two years hence rn 1941 Hooky GLORGL LITTLEFIEI D Lharles George came to us from Portlrnd to beg.1n hrs first year of basketball Hrs early w1llrng.,ness to learn the game com brned vxrth natural abrlrty made htm '1 valued member of the quad Perhaps you werent the hrgh scorer Charles but your defensrye work more than off set the pornts you drdnt make Were plannrng on brg thrngs from you rn the next tvto years at 'Vlorse and we know you wont let us down PARKER JOHNSON Pecker Parker rs that joyous fellovt who al ways has a Joke you know Hrs favorrt 2XDress1o'r 1. Drd you ever hear thrs on before" Have vou ever seen Parke on the basketball floor Jumprng around or vsrngrng the ball and nate you eve heard that foot go down? Well Parker the boys call you Peck er but Mrss Tanner calls you P John son ue all call you frrend and we shall regret your leavrng, on graduatron day W ILBOUR VVEST W est Wrlbour started basketball thrs season playrng rlght guard Although West had some hard men to guard he drd hrs part on the scorrng end When he got the ball we felt sure. of a basket or else some wonderful passrng whrch would enable someone else to score West was especrally noted for hr lon, shots and we hope that he rs back next year to make a showrng for Morse Glad to hear you were selected for All Tourney guard West ARTHUR JOHNSON We commenced our basketball season lrst fall wrth Art playrng at left for ward Abrlrty rn adjustrng hrmself to any type of floor play gave Arthur many hard opponents whrle fillrng drfferent posrtrons durrng the year We all apprecrate the way you have played Art and hope you wrll be wrth us next fall for basketball V V V .r V. . . V , . , .. VV r r r Q f 1 4 . ' L 4 V v , . A. . .' 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V ' . 7 A , tn rv ' ' THF MORSONIAN mu W QTERATURIZ BELIEVE IT OR NOT On 1 drrlzly Monday mornrng I entered thc Morse MSUIOIIWI b hool burldrng to 1ttend my forenoon LIISSGS As I started towards the other end ot the burldrng to clrmb the st 1118 whrch led to my home oom I percerved 1 small crack rn one ot the walls ne 1r the starrcase Vluch to my surprrse rt grew brgger 1nd brgger untrl rt was l1rge enough lcr a medrum sued person to crawl through Feehng qurte 1dventur Jus I c lutrously stuck my head rn to see what W IS rn there rf anythlng I could he 1r a murmurmg sound 1 1ther hke yy aves vyashrng on a beach o low yorces I telt xery eyccrted 1nd rn my excrtement leaned rn Juet 1 httle too far 1nd went efuhng through 513166 I had a teehng I 11 as about to strrke water bO I 1rranged myself rn a dryrng posrtron and cut through rt It 1 great rate of speed I went down and down 1nd when rt seemed as rf my lungs would burst a 'rght appeared It NN ae 1 hole and wrth my remarnrng strength I push srde Havrng dr mn a plentrful supply of the pure sweet an 1nto my lunga I began to study my surroundrngs I was floatlng rn what eenred to be a sm III ocean near a be 1ch whrch wae cox ered wrth green palm trees all krnde of frurt trees '1nd thrck green grass Brrghtly colored b11ds flew about and sm1ll monkeys were chatterrng I heard 1 moxement behind me 1nd yyrth my heart beatrng '1 ttttoo agarnat my palate I looked qurckly around At Hrst I thought rt was rust an ordrnary man a good lookrng one at that but after more arrryed both male and female I decrded that they were all mcr marda and mermen The first one looked at me then sard to one ol' hrs co npamons Go get a sea maek George rt s a human berng Georgc drsappeared and the other merman started talkrng to me He sard he 11 ae gorng to take me to the p 1lace where I must work as cook 10 the 'img Merman Lord Seaweed I thought to myself rather 'IIYILIQGCI And me who cant eu 1 mar e a decent plate of fudge to be the Krng Q cookll I had donned the maek whlch George the merman had br Jgh and I Qoon found myself amongst royy on row of glass palacee and smaller houees I was taken through the palace and 1nto a large room filled wrth strange utensrls whrch I took to be the krtchen The mermen drsappeared and I was left alone or so I thought untrl I . 21 - . -,r A 1 , 1 I I ' - 1 2 '.'. 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N , . . , . , THE MORSONIAN CVB! l s xx an old old man xx ashlng dlshes My fnst thought xx as He s gof lags' He s human' I lushed ox 61 and Sald hello to lnm he sloxxly f nncl lound md I could actually hear h1s lOlIItS cleak and g1oan We talked and txlked and I found out that h1s name vxas Ios1ah rlaxx k1n the flcxt gleat great gleat glandfather of one of the glrls xxha xxcnt to school xxhexe I d1d He sald he had gloxxn to l1ke lt Lhele ml cxely dax the sen people took h1m up to the lsland xx hlch had een to lest and to eat the f1u1ts and thmgs thele He also nd that the only xx ay to escape vxas through the garbage can H nd th at xx hen nxght fell he xxould empty It and I must c1axxl 1nto It nd he xx ould do the lest It all vxorked out xxell and I found myself Iloatln tlnough xxatel IIISICIG the galbage can xxh1ch xxas D61f9Ctly ean as the sea people only eat d11ed foods such as seaxx eed and othel plants Afte1 houls of floatlng thele was a thud then a clatte1 bang 1 ish as the c xn fell thlough an openmg' All xx as stlll I pushed the l1d off and crawled out onto a cement H001 M ell ton gosh sakes I was ln the cella1 of the schoolhouse I c xlnx plckccl mvself up and sald Oh 1an1to1 xx1ll Vou see about flnoxxm thls can out' And walked composedly up the stans by he xx ax xx hen I pa sed the place xxhere my adx enture had begun the clack had dxssapeared Sometlmes I wonder Balbala Robelts 40 MORSE HIGH IN NINETEEN NINETY NINE I lm moxx III old xx om ln neal ly sexenty sex en yeals old and the ane xxlnch I 1m usmg as I sloxx ly rattle my bones up the xxlde t1ee Io1dc1ed stleet knoxxn as College Avenue has been ln use a long clme I can but fcllIIIlS lemembel the days long ago xx hen I had to 1 In all the xx ax to school so that I mlght not be more than Hxe mlnutes l 1I16 It has been many long yeals smce I have xlslted III Blooks and I V1 udlx I6L0gIIl79 the toxxn that I formerly knew so xx ell It has not nclea c I 1n sue but lt has been lmprox ely greatly ln fact old Molse Hugh 1 sO gleatly changed that I gasp 1n astomshment at xx hat used 'J be 1 square b11Ck bulldmg sullounded by open spaces The led .J 1ck bu1ld1ng IS stlll thele but I am so absolbed 1n the manv nexx I uddmgs glouped around It that I hal dly notlce our old place of learn Ing To the 11ght I see a long bulldlng xxhlch seems to be nexx I I1U69t101I 1 small g1rl on the street one who resembles someone I rexx but I can not 1emember whom She has yellow han almost red and brown eyes for a mlnute I thmk that It mlght be a descendant Z2 1, In Y , Y ,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,if W ' 4 A va w . 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C , If 1 ' 1 lx I ', ' , , 2 ' 7 THE MORSONIAN o mmm 'GW-7 Ol the former Hazel Cookson who was l1v1ng 1n Camden the l1st I knew perhaps she has moved back to Brooks now though I learned that the new bulldlng IS a gymnaslum a p1esentat1on ot the M1sses Qhesla O BTIGII and Margaret Ca1r t1vo oll n1'11ds l1v1n 01 the outsk1rts of the to11n I muse for a 11 h1le IH deep thought when I remembm ho1v dashmg these g1rls 11ere 111 CLI! schoolda1s Old l'T11dS' M1' My' ftmlllg close1 to my destlnatlon I not1ce 1nothe1 new st1uctu1f hghtly behllld Morse Hlgh I v1'1lk along the tlo11e1 b0IdClCd 1v1lk 11d ente1 the NVldQ open doors 'lhe Inst tlnng my eyes rests o11 1 la1ge 1JOltl'31t of an old man 1v1th slde wh1ske1s '1nd la1ge whlte teeth H1s double 11s1on gl1sses made h1 9198 look 6,'1OlTIlOllSll luffe and sunken IIIIO h1s bon1 skull If It had not been fo1 1h1 111sc11pt1on belo11 Delmont Clalk 11 ho dled 1n 1989 t San F1 ll 1 I llltill left tln lllllldlllg for the purpose of arouslng the 1nte1 est 111 thf XOUIIIT 01 gene FAIIOD 1n the held of sclences I would not hf11e 1 os 11111 I hlfn I1111 l1ke Delmont I thlnk He was always so 1 llfll u Alter a tour of th1s bu1ld1ng I dec1dc to look OXGI 1 1ld hoal b111ld111ff a11d see what changes had taken pl1ce I11 the 1oo111 111101111 as M1 sa1 age s room I see 1n one cornel 1 great h 111 ul 1111 1obes and up wn 1nqu1ry I find that they ha1e been g11en 1o the sfhool b1 Norman Kenney 1vho HOXV 011 IIS a large 11oole11 m1ll 1n Belfast Al though pract1cally all h1S 1vork IQ done by h1s sons he st1ll takes 1n tGlfQt IH such thlngs as playlng 1n the band '1nl teafl lllf 1X lcssons to h1 AIYLIC numbel of DUDIIQ I teel thankful as I lea1e the room th111k1ng thf1 the younge1 ge11e1 zt on 111ll not ha1e to s1t and sh11e1 '1 11e u ed 0 fo 11 s t1o1Uh 1h1t Normans father had been the o11ner ot 1 OOIIII n 1ll and gl n us the lap robes when 11e 1ve1e 1n school on YIIX 1 II' mer'1011 cannot erase the many hours Sh1V6l6d away 111 tl11t 1110111 One of the greatest lmprovements of all IQ the small rad1os IH stalled 1n each seat so e1ery student may have h1s o11n Cbfl ot a stat1on As I llsten a mlnute to one partlcular pl ogram the students eerr especlally 1nterested 1n I hear the 11ame Eben El11ell 1nd 1 seems that he IS no11 one of the 11o1ld s greate t o1ato1s anl 1 1 veu Lh1nk1ng of runnlng for presldency IH the next elect on 11 h1ch IS hell PX ery vear now All of the boys seem to be wearmg s1veat shuts now 1nd wh1t IQ that des1gn on the front of them? I 1vonder and uoon 1nspect1o1 I find lt to be a plcture of Sonnv Tohnson the famous basketball nla1 er I kne11 h1s father Parke1 had f1ch1e1 ed great success 111 b'1sketb1ll f1fte1 g aduatmff from hlgh school and lt seems th lt l11s o11 1s lust successful No 1vonder all the Brooks bovs a1e 11ea1111g h1s name K U , Z ': I K1 1 ' ' ' 'f , 2 K . . 11 , 1 1 ca - ' ' ' ,' 1 1 1 ' ' K 1 , ' 1 ' 9 ' 1 - f ' 1 ' ' lr 1 1 1 c 1 1 s f 1 ra V 1 ' 1 v ' ' l . 4 1 1 . 1 - 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 , ' x . 1 . 1 7' . 1 1 1 V 1. a' 1 1 y ' 1 ' . . 1 ' ' ' 1 - - 1 v V- 1 'm 11, ,' 1 1 c 1 1, ' 1 ' ' 1 1 - -Y 1 S 1' k . 'c 1 - 1 1 - 1 ' 11 ' V YV X' ' " 2.1 S, 1 ,1' 1 1 X ,. 1 1 ' 1 ' ' ' 1 '1 1 ' 4 , 1 . 1 c 1 , , . '1' 'AQ' 21'1' .I , .3 v' 1' '1 ' l. ' 1' t' 1' '3- , - ' ' 7 , . ' . 4- 5 ' 1 11' ' , , KL , , ' ' .. .'.,.- ". " . ' y , , , 3, ' L I C, w-U. H. 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' ' Y k K THE MORSONIAN ww mu on then swc1t sh11ts Aftel all Sonny 18 p1act1cally a home town ooy I am yc1y ple ised to haye the pleasu1e ot mcetlng the taculty and 1m lgllle my su1p11se when I find that our chool mate Frances I obert IS st1ll teachmg the comme1c1al stud1es Oh yes she mauled nut sl11 soon SPLIIIQLI d1y o1ce thmgs ale ce1ta1nly done dlfferently 1n hese modern days As I am Stdltlllg out of the dO0l 1n I6dX1IIg, I f1ncl all the chlldlen IH a Hutter Do you know they shouted She IS 1eallyf comlng and I lelrned that the yely famous dletlll in teache1 'mf the best col lege 111 Ame11c1 yy as to y1s1t the school that day A1l1ne Hamlm of LOUISE' She would11 t haye come 1f It hadnt been he1 home town As I walked down the street I could hardly hea1 myself th1nk because of all the anplanes 1ust taklng off as school was out for the dav M I Mvl I thmk How tlmes haye changed' Edythe Haw k1ns 39 DAYS IN EIGHTY NINE A I wandel back to school 1fte1 tlfty Y6dlS to IQXICVS all my lllgh school days I DQILQIXC 1 1cma1kable change A I e11te1 I IOIILQ that no1ad1ato1s ue y1s1ble The walls ue msulated w 1th elec An esc 1lato1 t1kes the puplls up 1nd CIONKII stans Pleyatols Whlll bclls llllfl' llghts flash on in ofT md all 111 all It 1em1n s me ot 1 welllun o 1ce back IH th11ty 111119 How glad I am that I haye l1y ed to nmetecn hu11d1ed a11d elghty 111ne to see the Xdl1OlIS changes that haye OQLLIIIQCI SINCE I w ent to school By push111g a button SGCIIOIIS of the walls SVSlI1g out to 1eveal lndden bookcases filled yy 1th books of ey e1y sort Dlctaphones addlng XYIACIIIIIQS typewr1te1s md CICXIOLIS Othel ITIHCIIIIIGQ all run bv elec t11c1ty ue scatte1ed about 111 the cl zssrooms I11stead of desks com fcltable ONQISIIIIIIQ-Ed 11m ch 1118 wlth end tables nc placed 1n cncles 111 each room The stud1es a1e transm1tted by mea11s of 1 1d1os 111st1l l d 1n eyery room thereby el1m111at1ng teache1s A c zfe on the g1ound H001 p1ov1des food to the hu11g1y students between lectures on the l3d1O The laborato1y and gymnaslum are fully equlpped Wlth every known apparatus W1th a s1gh I turn to go thmklng of the good old davs when we used to s1t IH hard wooden seats wlth d1afts blowlng 1n on us 'om the open wmdows causmg us to shlver and shake The teach el s stem relentless eye watchmg us constantly Whlle we d1l1gentlv 1ud1ed How easv the young people of th1S generatlon get along I thought as I hobbled palnfully 1nto my plane Margaret Carr 39 ?' 1 L1 1 12 K1 ' 1 ls. 1 1 H 17' 'S 11 1 I -1 1 ' Y 1 1 1 1 1 is , 1 A, 1 ' 3 ' '. . 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EXAMINATIONS When examrnatron trme comes around, students are seen stag gerrng under heavy loads of books and lookrng as rf thev had studred all nrght But we knou these same students and We also know that rt rs rust a gag to fool the teachers rnto thrnkrng that they are xery rn rl ustrrous When the hnal dav arrrves everythrng rs rn fr hubbub The eras frs have drsappeared, pencrl pornts break exery hte mrrrutes The r lea, of course, as we all can guess rs to lust take r peek rt Johnny rrper But how tutrle our attempts are to frnd out rnythrng Johnny wrsely has coxered up hrs paper Mentally thrnkrng th rt ue x rll get rtter Iohnny on hrs xx ay home from school tonrght we st nt ther rng on c ur pencrls agarn What drd Shakespeare Wlltev Who was Brutus' These are mme or the pufales that lre before us Crcero x ould be a nrcc name for our new puppy I thrrrk xagucly s I wonder who he was Well I guess Ill go sk rtrng tomorrow Wonder who wrote the song Wrnter Wander land' Its a peach thc radro surely can thrnk of some excellent programs Wrth a rump I real17e that the bell has rung rn the mrdst ot mv tontemplatrons and I am lett starrng rt an empty sheet of paper n whrch I can drmly see a zero JUST A VAGABOVD LOVER Modern versron ot Chrrstopher M'rr lowes The Passron'rte Shepard to Hrs Love Just a Vagabond Lover by Brr bam Roberts Come along wrth me Lucrllc In my merry Oldsmobrle Ill show you the world my dear And you wrll never need to 'ear VVe ll have par tres by the score To no one wrll we bar the door You may have your frocks and gowns My pocketbook wrll know no bounds Well have a penthouse rn New York And we wrll never hrve to walk Therell be three cars and maybe more In all our lrfe there ll be no bore In our garden rn the moonglow We wrll whrsper sweet and low Well drrnk cocktarls left and rrght Ert cayrar wrth all our mrght Then when mv pocketbook rs thrn Well leave thrs world of srn Have a cottage by the shore Well rarse one krd well maybe more' B Roberts 40 H C NIGHTTIIVIE IN THE MEADOYVS When evenrng draws the shadows Down lrke curtarns oer the earth And her beauty from the meadows Make you gasp your ebbrn brerth When the sun sets neath the rrountrrn Leavrng splendor rn rts wfrke Tellrng, trme by taller shadows Burldrng, castles on the lake Then the deer come from the uoodl md Oer the mountarn through the lens To the 'rlders of the marshland Tenanted by meadow hens Srlently down through the rushes They purrsue therr wrndrng way To the rprrng mrdst wrllow bushe Where they drrnk and romp and pl ry Loprng gently from the alders They approach a. beechnut grove A mrg,hty sta the acknowlefl ed le rr er Leads them safely by hrs love Eben Elwell 3 1 1 ' 1 I 1 K 1 L D 1 ' ' 1 1' .' 3 ' r ' '1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 - 1 ' 1 f ' 1 1 ' 1 1 - '.' 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V A 4 THF MORSONIAN ALUN I 1929 Eugene Krmble Woodsford Marne sales man Leland Kenney Vlrlk retarler rn Brooks Inez Kelsey Pasadena Calrfornra Lena ROrs6 Mrs Raymond Westmwn Brooks N rnran Roberts Augusta store Essre Roberts Mrs Wfrlter Roberts Alrce Pollard Mrs Leland Kenney Fw-rett Maddocks Clerk rn Irbbys store at Brooks lradel1neMrxer Vlrs Fred Curtr North port Phrllrp Lord Marrred Hervey Grant Marrred Irn oln Adonrs Eastman Brooks Evelyn Ellrs Wrnterport YV1llard Ellrs Swanvrlle Bernfrrd Deerrng Bangor basketball coach Ethel Chase Drxmon 1934 Florence Graham Georgra Ellrs Belfast Murrel Clark Gorham Nornrcrl School Therease Webber 'Vlrs Leonard Arsen a Orel Ward Vlrnrster rn Ma .sachusetts .Arlrne Smrth Employed rn Brooks Man ufacturrng Co Crystal Roberts Employed as a beautr clan Henry Lowe employed for Resettlement Act Edwrn Lane Navy Thurland Llttlefield employed rn Jack son Randolph Lane Paul ne Kelsev Calrf Harrret Holmes Brooks Vlrs Lewrston Hr. tus hatherrne Goddrnff Mrs Fred Lrttle held Laura Johnson Employed t Perks tor rn Lewrston Orrc OBr1en Attendrng Unrversrty of Marne Lloyd Hustus Lrxrng rn Appleton Edwin Lrttlefleld VVorkrn 'rt Home Paul Johnson Atterdrng Unrversrty f Marne Grace Cox 'Vlarrred Charles Johnson lrvrng rn Sprrngheld Frances Hawkins Workrn 'rt State Hos prtal rn Bangor layette Krnh Workrng rn J'rck cn lurrel Clark Attendrng Gorham Normal School Roy Sampson 'Vlarrred workrng rn Jack son 1926 Oscar Webb Workrng 'rt home rn Waldo Franklrn Standrsh Vlarrred Emma Plum mer Glendora Stevens Studen at Castlne Normal School Phyllr Reynolds Student at Farming ton Normal School Frnestrne Roberts Employed at Brooks Manufacturrng Co Rfrlph Reynolds Employed at Brooks Manrtr turrng, Co Venes-,fr OBrren Employed at General El8ClllC Comprny Sprrngfreld Maris Ulfrry L we Attendrng., Farmrngton Nor mal School Elizabeth Pollard Marrred lrvrng Stillwater Ch.rrle Ellrs Workrng, at Home rn Wal Carolyn Ellrs Lrvrng rn Belfast Earle Bessey Attendrng Unrversrty of Marne Bcrny'-, Ames Mfrrrred Lester Shute l rng rn Prospect Gwendolyn Parley Attendrn Farmrng, ton Normal School Ponald Grady Vlarrred lrvrnv rn Strll water 1927 abel Amsden 'Vlarrred lrvrng rn De trort elene Thrbadeau Workrng for D Ela k Dentrst Belfast ty I c prtal Belffrst Barbara Tyler Farmrn ton Jor'rral School Sophomore Iyron Reynolds Employed Brooks Man ufaetur nv Co Arthu Pllme Plannrngt attend school rn Boston Robert Grant Bangor Pauln Fogg Mrs Rowell Drxmont Palnh Elwell Sophomore at Unrversrty cf Marne Lugene DeRo rer Attendrng school rn Dexter obert Curtrs Thorndrlre st re clerk Posfrl ne Burke 'llarr ed Mrs Orvllle XVh1tcomb 1938 Cre Rose Colby College Jun cr Wormlrffht Post Graduate Course. or Mon e Hrgh Chrrstrne Roberts Employed at Home Katherrne Morton Home Vlfrvre Burke 'Vlrs John Mollrson VVrlfre'l Banks Belfast Maynard Lane Brooks Dumcnt Twornbly Eastern Marne Bus mess School Edward Cox Unrversrty of Marne lwlolrrh Webber Attendrng school rn Bos on Nerl Hrgm ens Attendrng .chool rn Bos ton Phrllrp Hfrvxkrns Workrng at Home m Knox Alvrn LaHay Thorndrke femployedl . 29 l Y ' ' ff- 1 .Tn 4 .k-L ' 1 ' 1 ' I 'S l 1 - - ,-v v ' . 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