Mount Morris High School - Morrissonian Yearbook (Mount Morris, MI)

 - Class of 1946

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Luka- grvxll IJICZLSIIVA' in fhwh- czlting mu' XIm'1'if-sm1i:111 111' this XVIII' Ill XIV. llmvcu. wm- wifh tu vxprcss our :11mp1'cci:1tim1 :mfl g'1'Zllill1fll' fm' fnllil' 1lIl!1L'FSlI1lIIlil1Q :111'l l1l1ti1'i11Q' 4-I'I'm't ll1l'tll1g'll um' high wluml 5'K'Zll'S, XXX- wish tu Lhzmh yml :llsn fm' vuur zulvivc :Ls :1 tc':1Cl1c1' :mfl :Ls Il fric-nfl. Nlr, l11Q'c-In-,x'. wc- in-QI vmu' 111s1m':1twu :mil IL'IlIlC1'4I!lIl has hccu thc mum L'Hl1f1'IIWl1fIlJI1 in thc siufcvss. 111 thc Ilclrl ui spmrrts. whwh um' schuul has Q111m'L-cl. XX 1- :uw . V, . . tlwzmktul. Lunch. im' thc hvgh st:1111I:u'rls 1lll'1 guwl spurls- Illilllihili which ywm hzlvr' zxlwznys m:1i11t:.11crl. . MORRIS-SONIAN School Board of Directors HOWARD MOORE Prvsidonr M, . , S ROY RICH A RDS G-IACNN M ONTAGUIG Sevret zu ry 'I'1'r'u:s11l'o1' -' Q52 R : HARV IC Y ADA I R K ENN ETH H I LLIKER Trustee 'I' 'ustee' lhc :xl 111 MORRIS-SONIAN nllvlmw yf,wla'rrl4ljf,v luol: lul4'l.'1l'4114f,v lrillf 41 xmilff' ---Young. QQQQ? Gut School gX flccp zlppwcizltiulm of our school cmucs :Ls we urc- mrcscnts all the yours uf work and play that wc huvcr 11 IS lzmglmt us 1lmmg'l1m11 ilu- f'l'Il!'S. mt to lcznvc it behind us in life. This. our school, , . mcricxlced thus fur in our short livcs. Klny we eval l1Cll1lJCl' the fine priuciplcs uf ICZI.1'lliIlg'll1Zlt um' sclmul W ind V 4 'VIORRIS-SONIAN SUPT. EDWIN L. CLARK ".l l'lll:lir Ulfirr' is ll l'ulrli1' 'l'rnsl." Mr. Clark, as the preceeding' g'l'2lCll1lltiI1g' elzlsses have expressed their deepest appreciation for your guiclzuiee through the years. we too, would like to express our gratitude for your patience and under- standing, in spite of your extremely lmusy hours you have never hesitated to give generously and unsel- Hshly your time. energy and effort in our liehzlll' :uid we ure truly grateful. XYe would like you to reinemher these words :is kind thoughts coming from golden deeds of the Q'l'Zlfll1Zl.flIlQ' class of 1940. Of ORRIS-SONIA X Zinff.,-,:,, . DNS i L. OR L. RIS-SONIAN ILIWVIN L. CLARK--H. ll.. lVl. A Work O11 PI1. D. l'11ive1'sity of Mic-lniszm 11111191-i11l 1111111-1111 OLIN IBOWIGNY--f-A. 13. NVeslo1'11 .Wia'l1igz111 ol' l'lLlllt'f2lllllll l'11ive1'sily of .Nlic-lnigzxn Allllll.. l1l'llll'1Ili1l CONS'l'ANf'lC KIQAUSIC -A. ll. Work on lvl. A. Allllil. College Ullivcfrsity of Mi1'l1igz111 History liuglisll .JAMES li1lJMAN- -fll. S. Work on M. A. 1VllClli51,2Lll Stale Collogo VVU0llHll0D, Sl'lGllCt-3 ALLEN ROBINSON- A. ll, Gl'GCllVllll? College NR'o1'k on M. A. at ll11ive1'sity of 1lIlf'l1lg'il1l Slllllllliil' St11clyA -fllllivorsily of f'0l0l'il.1l0 C0111 1llC'l'f'l2Ll GlCR'I'l1lllJE TEXV--VA. li. VVo1k 011 M. A. Wm-stern State 'I'ez1r'l1e1's' Follegv l'11ive1'siIy of 1Vlic'l1igz111 MARY GIIICICNFIELIJ ll, A. 1WlL'lli,L1llll Slate Collvgn- C0lllIIlPl'l'ial FLORICNCIC CLARKRB. A. Work 011 M. A. University of Mil-l1ig'zu1 Ellgliill, Speech JOSEPH HILL-A. B., M. A. NtJl'lll9l'll Nllffllgtlll College of l University of Mic-l1ig'z111 Cl1e111ist1'y, Math. RONALD BIGELOVV-B. S. VVeste1'11 State 'l'ez1c-llws Nlkllll., Vozlvll fdllC'Elll0ll OR ii SONIAN lil"l'H SLlll'l'Hff-ll. A. University of lvlichigzin Mzltll ALFIIICID LINDI IOLM lfofniei' Meinher Chil'Zlg0'S Symphony President of l4'linl Symphony f,l'l'llUSll"l U1't'l1tlst1':'. llznntl l'UNS'l'ANClC HAVKETT---ll. A. llniversity of .llichigan Seventh - Eighth Glzttlts ICLICANOII Bl,AKlCl.-EY A. ll. Alina College VVo1'k on M. A. att University of Mit-liigtin Junioi- lligh - lfli5to1-y META HlLl.'ffl3. A., M, A. University of Rithmond, Virginia llnivereity of Qvlithigan Latin, Art DORIS IlAQl'lNIIl.iA, B., A. Lll. Wayne University, Detroit Univereity of Mivhigztn Music: RICHARD SELL University of .lllvliigztn Lit. Sc-hool Suient-e lfll,IZAl3E'l'H RALYHOR--ll. S Michigan State Collt-ge NVofk on M. S. Home lic. DONALD COOKQA. B.. ill lflarlhoi-n College l'nive1'sity of Michigan .Junior High Priiicipal .A. LXIARGARET LEAS Micliigail - State Norniztl l'lllV91'SilY of Mivhigan Mit-liigatxi State College Sluinisli, Junior High ,WY ,i+ A MORRIS-SONIAN ' ww wt. . ....,... A H .,., 1 .. ...,, 5 ,352 It Ezr. ,... . ..1. 1 , flfif it Q ' ' KATHERINE WALKER Three Year Life Certificate Western Michigan College Second Grade INIGZ MARSHALL State First Grade NVork of Life Ferris Institute Central State College Sixth Grade M ARG U ICRITE GliAFfA. B. Mankato State 'l'eat'her's College f Seeond Gracie MINNIE LVCONNOR Minnesota State Teac'her's College Fourth Grade MARJORIE SLEIGHT--A. B. Albion College Xvork on M. A. University of Me .Iunior High lVlARY TALBOT New Platz State Normal, N. Y. New York University Sixth Grade LAURA ZERULL Michigan State Teachers College Ypsilanti Life Certificate Fourth Grade FLOSSIE HARKNESS Michigan State Normal College Ypsilanti Life Certificate Third Grade lVlARTHA SEER-WA. B. 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Spanish Club 4 z .J .IAM ICS 151 Dll'l'l DN "Jim" Nllurlly shall ull my lulmrx mul. lluml JZ. 4 Hlw- Fluh 4 CUllIllll'I'1'i!lI Vlulr 2. IZ. 4 l'l:1y Stuff 4 'fi N - Y.. NUIIMA I'0'l"l'S "l'otsy" Nil1'Il1'l' umm' IlIll8il'lI, llmu any smlnrl. lilm' Vllllv l. Y. Ii. 4 1'4nllllwl'f'i:1I Vlulv 2, IS, I Spanish Vlulv 4 Ups-l'4'l'f:l l. 2. Il IIAIIULIF NVIXINGI-Ill "Hall" -..A F z:: 4 I--: 5 --A? :Trai 2 4' : : - aa- : ' 'Ka-1 E T - -. 7 - Q 4 ' .. ' Z ,L Z' 2 Q Q: .gr I lflllllll my llorxv' llrnl llla .wprml nf hw' fllilljllf. Izilllll T. 2. ii. i f'llIlllIll'I'l'illl l'.uIf 2. " till-1-Vllzh-1 lZ:1sl11-ilmll 1 I,:'lin Vlnlr 2, lb0ll4Yl'llY IDIHAIW h "Dui" Lire this lluy ux if if lrwrf lllr' lusf. Ulm' Vllllh -5 l'ol11lm'l'1-iul 1'Illly Lf. 'L I llnllllg E1'f'lllll 1, 2 SHIIILICY Y.XI,l.l'IAl' "Shil'l" Ill' youll. xlrvvl nulial. mul lvl who uvmlal lw r'lv1'l'V. ll1lIZl'lll'l' JONES "1 lobby" ' n !ll'l'IIl If l funnol 110 lhinyx. I l'llN :ln small lhinyx in ll yrvut lflljl. v . 0 1'1':l4-k Xl. N- n-rx .,, I'lwl'1'lln:lIl 1. N.. luoflmll 1. V2 lhlwlmll I M, llzns I'l:ly 1 Stuff 4 Xnnunl Slut? xv1'f0l'2lllS Svxlv' l 'nl y l'IAlll. X. IIICIAVIG "l'lzlrl" . 1 lnlrsxiuy lilac llff hav Ill I , l1l.'4' a pl'lul1'nl i-l'll'llll. Ulm-e l'Illlr 1, 2. .5 xpu-4-ln l, 2 Finn l'l:1y 1. 2 ll-lslu-lhzlll 2 I lxvlnlll l, 2 ll x nu ' 5 M-.1-tunnis Svxlvt Uf1""' L l"lI.XN4'lS1l. l.lNVl'Il.l. "Sill" Nu mf muxtvr of llllllhlflf. nlll 1. 2, Z! Youll Q l ulnllmll 1, 2. .l llnl l ' S P Gln-u Vluln I, L. l'l:uss ,-,. 4,llll'UI' Zi 111 is frm' who is un! ORRIS-SONIA IIVSSICIAI, IDVIIIIAM "Russ" .Yo :nun van lirf' piuusly or dir' riylrlnuxly lrillmnf 11 lrife. vl'll'l'IlllS Sn-xtm-I ILXIIIIY .I. IIILIDIHCTII "Jim" l'rnn1n'1ilim1,,is flw spice of life. I-'mnlhnll VI. VZ. YZ! Ilznsolrzhl 1, 2, 3 llalxlu-tlmll 2 Uluss Offiw-l' 3 All County l"4mlh:lll 2. f'02ll'll l:2lS1ll1lH 4 Yu-ta-rallls Sl'Xl'1'T lll'SSl'lI.l. NATION "Russ" Hood lnnnm' is ilu' Clem blue sky of its soul. I-'mlfllilll 2 V1-tm-:nm SL-xtvt ,, , A 6 ,E,.Lu-if , . . V ,K :L .u.. K If ww, 'IZ 1 v 'J JE 5 ff 1 ,iii 3 Q l 1 3 1 , .,,: f jg , 2 ' -1 22 ' ' v., .. 1 ww.- , f , N0 Sxxux i D' Mun ERD GLRNNXE " DEL . ., A. MORRIS-SONIAN The Baccalaureate Service First Baptist Church, June Z, 1946 01-gan Prelude "He Shall Feed His l4'locks" Handel Mrs. Keith Lvlontagtw Proc-essiouul Hymn No. 54 'Tor the Beauty of The Earth" Choir and t'ongregz1tion Invocation. SK'Ii1lfl1l'6 Reading Rev. Harry A. Brewer Anthem 'itlinighty God of Our Fathers" James Hymn No. 366' "Amerit'a" Sermon: "Antiques That Are Not Antiquated" Rev, Charles R. Marllonald Hymn No. 3l1 t'l.ead on, 0 King Eternal" lienediction Period of Silent Prayer. llostlude "Mart'h" Schumann Mrs. Keith Montague. Class Night Wednesday, June 5, 1946 Proc-eszional .. .................... Miss Edith Ammerman Invocation .. ......................... Rev. Harry A, Brewer Salutatory ,..... Georgianna Edwards, Myrna Gough, Rosemary Sheldon Class Song ...................... Onalee Severn, Ardis Munger lnstrumental Group .......... .lac-k Keith, Mary Clampitt, Edna Richter, James Borton, Nadine Glidden, Georgianna Edwards, Don Jefferson. Class Poem .. Class History Voral Group Giftatory .... Class Prophecy Cornet Solo . . Class Will ... Vocal Solo .. Valedivtatory . lienediction . . IlOCf'SSitlllil1 . . Provessioual . . lnvovation . . . Voral Number. Violin Duet .... C0111 llkll 99111 SHI Voc-al Duet ..... . ............, .................... . lack Keith . Ross Cole ...ltosemary Sheldon, Maxine Yates, .Iune Hart, Harriet Dodge, Louise Carroll. . .. Myrna Gough, Maxine Adams Jack Keith Shirley Card, Mary Clampitt, Nadine Glidden Margaret Hurry . Onalee Severn, Dale Coenen Dr. Charles R. MacDonald , ...............,. Miss Edith Ammerman Commencement Thursday, June 6, 1946 .... Miss Edith Ammerman Rev. William Gannon . . .Mrs J. L. Sleight, Mrs, R. Talbot, Miss Martha Seer, Miss Ruth Finley, Miss Martha Bezenah . . . . . . . . . . Miss Doris Hamill and Miss Anna Korocz Address ............... Mr. Olin Bowen and Mr. .lack Murray Accompanied hy Mrs. James Porter Piesentation of Diplomas .................... Supt. Edwin L. Ulark Benediction ........,.... . . Rev. Harry A, Brewer llP4'GSSi0N2ll .. Miss Edith Ammermzin MORRIS-SONIAN Valeclictatory Parents, Teachers, and Friends: We are gathered here tonight to witness the initial step that seventy-five of tomorrow's citizens are about to take. This day will constantly remain alive in our memories, as will the co-operation and encouragement our teachers have shown us through these school years. To you, our parents and friends, we express deep gratitude for your suggestions, aid and conhdence. Last, but by no means least, as Emerson so wisely stated: "An institution is but the lengthened shadow of one man," we wish to take this opportunity to thank our hne Superintendent Mr. Clark as the head of our excellent institution for the high standards he has maintained and his wise guidance and counsel. XVe should all be thankful that the world conflict has come to an end, with peace restored to us once more. Yes, it's restored to us now but it will be permanent only if we ourselves work to make it so. Again may I quote Emerson, "Nothing can bring you peace but yourself: nothing can bring you peace but the triumph of principles." In these golden words lie the background of true peace. The thought behind this phrase should be clear enough so that each of us can grasp its meaning and plant it in our memories. Not only plant it there but make it an active part of our own philosophy of life. If we would carry out this philosophy, the term "peace on earth" would not only be stated in words but would live an actuality in the hearts of civilization. The world is looking to America as a guide to the betterment of mankind and as all great leaders, we should set a worthwhile example after which they may pattern themselves. However, in the corrupted currents of today, mankind's moral standards are declining. This has to come to an end, we must think of something beside just worldly pleasures, and must as individuals strive in our own small sphere of influence to be good examples. Thus, we realize again that peace based on the golden rule is not lasting unless we ourselves make it so, Our school has done its part by more than adequately preparing us for our journey into life. We must do our part and remember "Life is a quarry out of which we are to mold and chisel and complete a character." One of the guiding principles which has been constantly held before us doing our education here in school is that an educated mind is ruled by reason, not emotion. Let us always remember this in whatever line of endeavor our future holds. Let us never allow ourselves to entertain the all too prevalent philosophy that the world owes us a living, or that we get something for nothing. The world will treat us justly only according to the honest efforts put forth by each of us. As Shakespeare said in his famous lines from Hamlet: "To thine ownself be true, and it must follow as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man," Daria COENEN MORRIS-SONIAN Valedictatory I speak tonight with mixed sentiments in my heart. A feeling of anticipation and eagerness as I am about to graduate, but also a feeling of sadness and rngret that I am leaving behind so many worthwhile school years of happiness and achieve- ment. To begin l would like to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to Mr. Clark and faculty, my parents and friends for the interest and encouragement given so generously. The excellent training we all have received' here have more than ad- equately 'prepared us for the challenge the world will offer. VVe Americans truly have much to be thankful for, but l believe one of the greatest privileges is our unsurpassed public education system. XVhen we think of war-torn Europe we should realize that one of the main causes for their present plight may be traced to the lack in some countries of a free democratic educational system such as we possess. To instill fine ideals and principles as is the aim in a democratic educational system, does not exist in a totalitarian government when the state and not the individual is supreme. We must realize the tremendous value of what we have and be vigilant in preserving it. We must never become lax and take it for granted lest we one day find it has slipped from our grasp. Anything worth preserving is worth working for. That is why I say let us really appreciate our school, show this alipreciation by being helpful and cooperative in every way and not by tearing down and making the uphill task more difficult by dragging our feet. We are thankful for the education which we have received. Our duty as citizens of tomorrow is to help maintain the same fine standards for our posterity as has been so generously bestowed upon us. Onalee Severn. C2012 Salutatory Parents, Teachers, and Friends: This evening, as we bid our high school a fond farewell, we wish to thank our parents, teachers, and friends for their guidance and understanding. WVe greatly appreciate the background which our school has afforded us, under the able guidance of Mr. Clark. and the patience and advice of our teachers. Our parents and friends have stood by us, and given us much needed encouragement and support- VVe ask you to continue to have faith in us as we go from a state of dependence to that of independence. During our school career we have been taught sportsman- ship, co-operation, and dependability, all of which have added to our character and helped to make us better citizens, more able to take our places among society in our great nation. We have been taught to believe in ourselves and our ideals, and to serve our school, community, and nation to the best of our ability. As we step into a future of unrest and uncertainity, we realize the great respon- sibility which each of us must bear. To you, our parents, teachers, and friends, we owe a great debt, because upon the youth of today depends the future of the youth of tomorrow. Rosemary Sheldon. 'l'l11'A'1' WMORRIS-SONIAN Closs Flower lit-cl Rust' Closs Colors Red and Silver Closs Motto IR our holly llmt l.'nmr.v nm:-4' llnru nnjllmrly, Hull mlb .9017 Here it is the night of graduation And it's been worthwhile and full of fun But now we realize, That the blue and white is just a memory Now we must go forth, And take onr place in society. Chorus: ' And so we say good-bye now, To the rlass of 1946. Music: by Ardis Munger. Words by Onalee Severn. 19?l'l'0ff0l'ff0IlJ A teardrop trickles down 1ny cheek, As I put my book away, My lonely heart confronts me As my mind begins to stray. I see a doorway open, I walk down thru a hall- Oh, what joy to see old faves Of those I still rec-all. 'l'here's Joe and .Iohnny and Eddie, And Mary, Sue and Anne, l'm buck, l'm bank to live again Oh, please God, say I can. My svhool, my previous school duys Are with me once again, I know old joys of living Where pleasures never end- School picnics, parties, plays. With friends so ever true, Those you loved and treasured And those Who treasured yon. But hark, the old vlork strikes the honr All is not as it seems, Why must we ever waken From the land of fondest dreams. .lavk Keith. f'1'1'ry lm MORRIS-SONIAN Glass History We the class of '46 wish to take this opportunity to tell you about our high school days. Let's take an imaginary trip back through our high school days, and what do we see first? Of course! The Pioneers, the members of our class who have begun and ended their school career here. The Pioneers include such members as Louise Carroll, Ernie jones, Maxine Adams, Dale Coenen, Mary Clampitt, Harold Wininger, Thelma Howe, jim Draper, Nadine Glidden, Welcome Humbarger, Mary Lane, Myrna Gough, Earlene Gell, Margaret Hurry, Onalee Severn, Russell Durham, jack Keith, Bob jones, and Ross Cole. What comes next? We know that the class oHicers have had quite a job, so we will tell you about them. In our green or Freshman year as most people call it, we elected Maxine Yates as president, Dick Bramblett as vice-president, and Georgianna Edwards as secretary-treasurer. Miss Onalee Shaner was our sponsor. In our Sophomore year we elected Lou Lawson as president, Ed Simmonds as vice-president, Wendell Sullivan as secretary, and jake LaFurgey as treasurer. We also elected Miss Booth as our sponsor. The junior year we chose Ernie jones as our president, Rosemary Sheldon as vice- president, Dale Coenen secretary, and Thelma Howe as treasurer. That year we had as sponsors Miss Bonnell and Mr. Bowen. This, our senior year, we elected Ernie jones again as president, Dale Coenen as vice-president, jo Crocker secretary, and Rosemary Sheldon treasurer. This year we chose as our sponsors Mrs. Krause and Mr. Bowen. As we continue on our trip we run across some of the outstanding memories of our high school days, the plays. During our Freshman year it was "The Mad Hatter." In our Sophomore year, "Come Out of the Kitchen." As for our junior year we had a rather dramatic play called "Letters to Lucerne" and this year we put on the play "The Whole Town's Talking." Many of the members in our class have participated in these plays and operettas, and they are Dale Coenen, Ernie jones, jake LaFurgey, Myrna Gough, jack Keith, jeanne Brewer, Georgianna Edwards, Margarite Daly, Thelma Howe, Maxine Yates, Margaret Hurry, Harriet Dodge, Pauline Graves, Don Werth, Idella jones, Mildred Unger, Ardis Munger, Nadine Glidden, jim Borton, Dale Conquest, Edna Richter, Gene Wooclbeck, Earlene Gell, Frances Potter, janet Powers, and Marion Van Norman. As we go farther on our trip we come in sight of a football, a baseball, and a basketball team. What does that symbolize? It means that we have had one of the best classes of athletes ever to come out of the school. In football we see jim Draper, Fred Greanya, Dale Coenen, Ernie jones, Ed Simmonds, Bob jones, joe Podoley, and Otis Tremain, who have won two or more letters in this sport. Also in basketball we have joe Podoley, Dale Coenen, Ernie jones, jake LaFurgey, Otis Tremain, Dick Carver, jack Keith, Bob jones, and Bill Berry, who have received letters. In baseball those who have won letters are Bill Berry, joe Podoley, Otis Tremain, jim Draper, Dick Carver, john Thom, and Ross Cole. We have also had a group of boys on the track team. Pertain- ing to honors that go with sports the following boys made all-county in either football or basketball: Fred Greanya, twice, Ed Simmonds, twice, Otis Tremain, and Dale Coenen. joe Polodey made all-regional in the state tournaments at Mt. Pleasant last year. Last year the basketball team won the district championship at Kearsley. In '44 the baseball team took the county championship undefeated. Of the girls in our class six have taken an active part in girls sports. They are Louise Carroll, Rosemary Sheldon, jeanne Brewer, Nadine Glidden, Margarite Daly, and Thelma Howe. I l l l l , MORRIS-SONIAN We are also proud of our members in band and glee club. They are Nadine Glidden, jack Keith, Mary Clampitt, Shirley Card, Dale Conquest, Dick Carver, Harold Wininger, Don jefferson, Edna Richter, jean Woodbeck, Bernice Wright, Louise Carroll. Earlene Gell, Bertha Bellinger, Margarite Daly, Rosemary Sheldon, Maxine Yates, Mar- garet Hurry, jean Grenier, Marcellie Simmons, Dorothy Drew, Georgianna Edwards, julia Breczko, Harriet Dodge, Myrna Gough, Pauline Graves, Marion Van Norman, june White, Thelma Howe, Florence Russell, Norma Potts, Mildred Unger, Shirley Banks, jeanne Brewer, Idella jones, Beulah Barden, Mary Lane, Onalee Severn, jim Draper, Don jefferson, Fred Greanya, Ralph Sheldon, Ed Simmonds, jack Keith, lim Borton, Dale Conquest, joe Podoley, Ardis Munger, jake LaFurgey, and Ruth Vander- pyle. We have been represented very well in speech and debate, and those who .ire active in speech are Mary Lane, Edna Richter, Pauline Graves, Frances Potter, Maxine Yates, and jeanne Brewer. This year Onalee Severn and Dale Coenen are Valedictorians and Rosemary Sheldon, Myrna Gough, and Georgianna Edwards are Salutatorians. The following members were also honor students: jo Crocker, Bernice Wright, Sylvester jones, Frances Potter, Bertha Bellinger, Mary Anna Belle Clampitt, Thelma Howe, jeanne Brewer, Maxine Adams, and Ross Cole. This year under the leadership of Miss Clark and Miss Tew there was organized .i Thespians Troupe. This troupe is composed of members of the various classes who are outstanding in dramatics. In this troupe there are four seniors, Dale Coenen, Maxine Yates, jake La Furgey, and Margarite Daly. Also in our school career we put on Ll prom for the Seniors of '45. This year, our last year, we had a Senior banquet and sport banquet. The following members were on the annual staff: Dale Coenen and Ross Cole, co-editors in chief, Rosemary Sheldon, jo Crocker, Myrna Gough, and Maxine Yates, associate editors. Idella jones, Georgianna Edwards, Bernice Wright, julia Breczko, Mildred Unger, janet Powers, Onalee Severn, jean Woodbeck, Ardis Munger, Louise Carroll, Harriet Dodge, june Hart, Beulah Barden, Margerite Daly, Margaret Hurry, Bertha Bellinger, Mary Lane, jean Grenier, Richard Carver, Ralph Sheldon, john Thom, jake LaFurgey, Earl Helwig, Otis Tremain, Robert jones, Ernest jones, Welcome Hum- barger, Shirley Card, Mary Clampitt, Frances Potter, jack Keith, joe Podoley, and Earlene Gell. Our Senior Committee this year was composed of the following members: Rose- mary Sheldon, Margarite Daly, Dale Coenen, jo Crocker, jim Draper, jack Keith, Ross Cole, Fred Greanya, Ernie jones, Georgianna Edwards, and Margaret Hurry. We also put out a newspaper called the "Chatterbox." Dale Coenen was editor and he had help from Rosemary Sheldon, associate editor, Harriet Dodge, and Margaret Hurry, Cupid's Corner, june Hart, feature editor, Georgianna Edwards, Coming Attractions, Ross Cole, news editor, jo Crocker, joke editor, Maxine Yates, gossip editor, jeanne Brewer, sports editor, and john Thom, editor of boys' sports. Ross Coma 6 D MORRIS-SONIAN Class Will A Nllirley !'ul'1l .Ilury fllllllljliff .N'fi4lilu' lllirlvlvu. We, the Senior Class of Mt. Morris High School, County of Genesee, State of Michigan, on this fifth day of june, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-six, being of sound mind and memory do hereby make public and declare ihis our last will and testament in the way and manner herein set forth, which is as follows: First: The members of the Senior Class of '46 do hereby bestow upon the Class of '47 our unlimited knowledge, superior abilities, studious habits, excellent marks, becom- ing dignity, financial success, and a sincere respect for all members of the faculty as well as our handsome and intellectual appearance. Second: We, the members of the Senior Class of 1946, desire to leive our personal belongings to the following underclassmen: I, Maxine Adams, will my A's in American History to LaVerne Hursh. I, Shirley Banks, will my quiet nature to jack Zerull. I, Beulah Barden, will my speed in shorthand to Marion Faferko. I, Bertha Bellinger, will my library position to Zelpha Hilliker. I, Bill Berry, will my manly physique to Don Norlock. I, james Borton, will my singing ability to Earl Bovine, I, Jeanne Brewer, will my loafers to Harriet Saxton. I, Shirley Card, will my desire to go to college to all ambitious people. I, Louise Carroll, will my position as basketball captain to Evelyn Boes. I, Dick Carver, will my "flashy" shoestrings to Mr. Bowen. I, Effie Christenson, will my ability to be a good wife to Elizabeth Bloomer. I, Mary Clampitt, will my desire to be an old maid to anyone who would like it. I, Dale Coenen, will my position in school activities to Beverly Richards. I, Ross Cole, will my position in the Dixie Drug to Bruce Maxwell. I, Dale Conquest, will my circumference to johnny Beach. I, Aubrey Cooper, will my red plaid shirt to Doris Pifer. I, jo Crocker, will my love of the redheads to Walt Martin. I, Marguerite Daly, will my neat hair dress to Pat Peck. I, Harriet Dodge, will my way with the boys to whoever needs it. I, 'lim Draper. will my ability to love 'em and leave 'em to Duane Quick. I, Dorothy Drew, will my gift of gab to the juniors. I, Russ Durham, will my ability as bus driver to Mr. Cook. I, Georgianna Edwards, will my musical talent to the violin class. I, Earlene Gell, will my quiet ways to Mildred Watsoii. I, Nadine Glidden, will my position on the basketball team to the underclassmen. I, Myrna Gough, will my position at the Ritz Dairy Bar to Ruby Anderson. I Pauline Graves, will my ability in Home Ec. to Doris Babcock. v I, Fred Greanya, leave nothing but take Georgianna instead. I jean Grenier, will my blushes to Joyce Banks. 1 9 I june Hart, will my love of the Bloomer family to Bob Cole. I, Earl Helwig, will my love of chemistry to the future chemistry class. I, jim Hildreth, will my physique to the Iunior class boys. They need it. I Thelma Howe, will my height to Don Rock. a ' 41 L. MORRIS-SONIAN Wfelconie l-lumbarger, will my long blond hair to Barbara johnson. Don jelferson, will my tough beard to Don Buffmeyer. Robert jones, will my name to any girl who thinks she can get it. Ernest jones, will my pleasant personality to future class presidents. Idella jones, will my long fingernails to Norma Weaxfer. Sylvester jones, will my slow shuffle to Vivian Schlosser. Vera jones, will my ability not to disturb study hall to the junior class. jack Keith, will my position in the band to Phil Cooper. jake LaFurgey, will my post at Eleanor jean Daly's locker to anyone who wants the position. Mary Lane, will my friendly nature to the underclassmen. jean Lawrence, will my dark hair to Betty Parks. Francis Lowell, will my "Hollywood manner" to jim Much. Ardis Munger, will my well-dressed appearance to numerous underclassinen. 'l'hev need it. loyce Oberlin, will my girlish ngure to Wilina jean Decker. Lawrence Parish, will my skipping ability to Catherine Steel. joe Podoley, will my curly hair to Eugene Derengowski. Frances Potter, will my poise to Ellen Sheldon. Norma Potts, will my ability to get a diamond ring to Doaaa Maginn. janet Powers, will my position in the Octette to Doraine Quigley. Edna Richter, will my laughs to Anna jean Genshaw. Russell Nation, will my humor to Don Powelson. Florence Russell, will my gum to Pat Richter. Cnitlee Severn, will my height to Rosemary Hall. Ralph Sheldon, will my love of math courses to Loretta Gore. Rosemary Sheldon, will my love of history to jeanne Munger. Ed Simmonds, will my positions on the football team to Dean Elleman. Marcellie Simmons, will my ability to skip school to joan Clark. Leland Sorenson, with the greatest of pleasure, give my American history book back to the author. jeino Spore, will my various hair dos to joyce Hyser. john Thom, will my farming ability to Mary Ann George. Otis Tremain, will my beautiful basketball form to David Strand. Mildred Unger, will my outspoken thoughts to those who can take thenx. Ruth Vanderpyle, will my chauffeur's license to Roland Ayres. Marion Van Norman, will my ear rings to Donna Harris. julia Breczko, will my soft voice to Betty Brayton. Shirley Valleau, will my skating ability to Chuck Frazier. Don Wertli, will my ability to get along with people to the Sophomore class. june Wliite, will my sewing ability to Katherine Theodore. Harold Wfininger, will my art ability to Pete Bodnar. Gene Woodbeck, will my natural curly hair to Ora Severn. Bernice Wriglat, will my cheerleading ability to joan Early. Margaret Hurry, will my singing voice to Lorraine Suryan. Maxine Yates, will my position in the class plays to joan I-larkness. MORRIS-SONIAN Class Prophecy of l 946 Professor Olin Bowen has just recently invented a future television screen and his modesty forces US to disclose this discovery to the world. Let us push the button of this modern marvel of the .tge and fly over ten years to see what the Class of '46 is doing in the year 1956. The first picture on the screen is the new improved Mt. Morris High School. ln the physics room we see MR. DALE COEN EN explaining to his class Ohm's theory of electricity. The door opens and in comes COACH OTIE TREMAINE to speak to Principal Coenen. Otis always did make good on the team. The scene changes to another section of the school and we see IDELLA JONES is teaching in the kindergarten. She always did have the knack to get along with everybody, young and old. The school fades from the screen and downtown Mt. Morris comes to view. XVe see EDNA RICHTER and JEAN LAWRENCE going into the postothce for their daily mail call. tTimes haven't changed much for them.J Look who we see: THELMA HOWF, postmistress! She doesn't have so far to go to get her mail, now. There goes JULIA BRECZKO down the street with Louis Stefanko on one arm and Ernie Stefanko on the other. Guess she hasn't made up her mind which one it is yet. Oh look, theres the modernized Ritz Dairy Bar featuring JACK KEITH and his Modernairres. JEAN GRENIER has really come up in the world to own such a nice place. My, they really draw a big crowd. Theres JOYCE OBERLIN with her hubby and twin daughters and MARCELLIE SIMMONS, Johnnie, and their three sons. Oh, theres a new beauty shop in town. It's SHIRLEY VALLliAU'S and theres BEULAH BARDIN as the receptionist. Shirley is giving MARION VAN NORMAN a permanent wave. Flint comes into the picture now. We see the old Smith-Bridgman building with a new sign -DODGE and SHELDONS. Susie and Rosie are now joint owners. FLORENCE RUSSELL and JEANO SPORE are in gift-wrapping and we see BERTI-IA BELLINGER and SHIRLEY BANKS at the hosiery counter. Theres RUTH VANDERPYLE at the perfume counter, too. The scene shifts to New York and the lirst thing we see is JUNE HART'S Fifth Avenue Dress Shoppe. Inside modelling June-'s exclusive fashions are MARG DALY and JANET POWERS. They can really wear clothes. Going on to Coopers Union Hall we see MARY LANE is giving a speech to raise funds for ROSS COLE and EARL HELWIG'S rocket trip to the moon. How times do change!!! ERNIE JONES is accompanying them as their physician. Passing over the night spots, we come to DICK CARVERS night club featuring the famous singer, MARG HURRY. BOB JONES is there surrounded by beautiful women. Hes still looking for the right one, I guess. I... New York is fading on the screen. California is coming into focus. Theres the MGM studio. Who's that practicing acrobatic stunts? Looks like JO CROCKER. It is!!! Westmore Studios famous makeup artist, LOUISE CARROLL, is there, too, Hmm, theres that famous director JIM DRAPER busy at work. fl never expected to see Jim working so hard.J Here comes GEORGIE EDWARDS from her piano lesson with Jose Iturhi. Why theres FRED GREANYA coming to meet his wife. tThere zum' no doubt about their future.J Let's look in on a radio program and hear the news from the world of the future. Who's this we see? Why it's MAC YATES taking Louella Parsons' place and theres JAKE LAFURGEY as her announcer. Remember how good Mac was in her column in the "Chatterbox"? Shes really gone places, hasnt she? It seems were leaving California nowg see all the huge cattle ranches? It looks like Texas. Look down there-it's a real wild west rodeo. Theres a cowboy bustin' a bronco now! Lets get a close MORRIS-SONIAN up of him. Well what do you know--it's DON JEFFERSON!!! Passing over the excited spectators we see some more of our school chums. There's NORMA POTTS with her husband and EFEIE CHRISTIANSON, too. Let us take a peek at San Francisco's harbor to see what we can see. JOHNNY THOM, the admiral of the Pacific fleet, is there on a battleship giving orders to RALPH SHELDON, his first mate. Looking down into the engine room we see LELAND SORENSON as first class polisher and LAWRENCE PARISH as first class oiler of the engines. Farther on in another harbor is AUBREY COOPER with his pleasure cruiser. lt's taking on passengers, now. There are PAULINE GRAVES and FRANCES POTTER going aboard. Frances seems rather excited about the hook she is carrying, Do I see JEANNE BREWERAS name on it as the author? She seems to be a popular writer now. Everyone seems to be watching a stratospheric liner going overhead. Following it up, we see it landing in Hawaii. ARDIS MUNGER alights with WELCOME HUMBARGER and MILDRED UNGER, and they see their friend ONALEE SEVERN. Ardis and Onalee were great little artists in school days and Onalee has kept on in art and now she's painting landscape scenes in Hawaii. Ardis is on her way to China as a missionary and she is taking Welcome and Mildred along as her nurses. Then who do we see getting out of the liner but BERNICE WRIGHT, the stewardess on the liner! Coming back into our own state again, and centering our screen on East Tawas, we find the president of Chevrolet, RUSS DURHAM, vacationing at EARLENE GIiLL'S summer resort and he has brought along his private secretary, GENE WOODBECK. I always knew Gene would make something of herself in this world, for all her quiet ways. Let us get a belief' look at our own home town ten years from now. Looking into Slattery's drugstore, we find SHIRLEY CARD is now part owner and JUNE WHITE is working for her. Right next door to Slattery's is a new theater under JOE PODOLEYS management. Leave it to Joe to End a job in the entertainment field. Theres SYLVESTER JONES, head usher, giving his new ushers some last-minute instructions, before the opening. Here comes JAMES BARTON to take in the show, and also DOROTHY DREW and her husband. Outside on the corner we see BILL BERRY, the Chief of Police, keeping law and order in the big city. Theres MARY CLAMPITT, the city olfice clerk, taking one of DON WERTI-l'S taxis over to the Genesee County Herald's new office. She wants the editor, ED SIMMONDS, to run an ad petitioning for a new water system. Inside we see HAROLD WININGER making cartoons for the new comic strip, "Slap Happy Pappyf' What's this? Looks like Don W'erth's taxi has broken down. Oh, he's right in front of DALE CONQUESTS gas station. If that isn't luck for you! Taking one last look at the school, we see NADINE GLIDDEN coaching the girls' basketball team. And there's VERA JONES in Home Ec room, teaching her class the fundamentals of cooking and sewing. Ooooooh, my goodness-I guess that's all we'll see today! The invention just broke down. So until we can fix it, we must leave you. Maxima Armms. MYRNA Gotten ll f'I3'5'l'. i MORRIS-SONIAN Class Giftatory Maxine Adams--Here, Mac, is a piece of candy, may you remain the sweetest girl in the class. Shirley Banks-A miniature car, Shirley, to keep you traveling in case anything happens to the other one. Beulah Barden and Julia Breczko-For you, Judy and Beulah, we have a recommendation from :i Chamber ot' Commerce in case you ever decide to move into town, Bertha Bellinger-Here, Bertha, is a list of hooks to keep you in touch with all you learned as a librarian. ' Bill Berry-Vie have for you, Bill, an advertising card for your cab company, "The Berry Unlimited- Go Anywhere, Anytime." james Borton-Heres a comb Qtoothlessj, jim. This should help you to keep your hair as it has been all through school. Jeanne Brewer-I-Iere's a bar of Lux, jeannie, to help you keep your "schoolgirl complexion." Shirley Card-Heres a collection of empty bottles, Shirley, to start you on your career as a pharmacist, Louise Carroll-Here, Louise, is a wig, see how long you can refrain from cutting those curls. Dick Carver-For you, Turk, we have another bright shirt-we know how well you love them. Ethe Christensen-Here, Effie, is a rolling pin to help you to continue with your happy married life. Mary Clampitt-For you, Mary, we have an entrance exam to M. S. C. Dale Coenen-Here, Daisy, are some Gillette BladesAnow maybe you can shave more than once a week. Ross Cole-Here, Ross, is a book on how to overcome bashfulness-now maybe you'll give the girls a break. Dale Conquest-For you, Dale, a toy trumpet, this should save a lot of time in case you ever decide to change instruments. Aubrey Cooper!-Wfith this certificate, Aubrey, we make you honorary manager of Flint Block Com- pany. jo Crocker-Here, Jo, is a big to remind you of those days you led us in cheering. Marg Daly-For you, Marg, some smelling salts and a drool cup, now you'll be prepared for the Sinatra program. Harriet Dodge-Here, Susie, is your promotion to lay-away manager at S. and Bs jim Draper-Here, jim, is some dark powder to help cover up some of those beautiful blushes. Dorothy Drew-For you, Dot, we have a book on wedding plans. Russell Durham-Here, Russ, is a car-now you can travel with that new house trailer of yours. Georgianna Edwards-To you, Georgie, we present a bottle of Pepto-Bismol to keep you from getting green-ya fGreanyaJ know. Earlene Gell-For you, Earlene, we have some sugar-may you remain as sweet as you are. Nadine Glidden-Here, Nadine, is a toy flute to remind you of those hours you spent in band. Myrna Grmugh-We have for you, Myrna, a menu card to remind you of those pleasantinights al the Ritz Dairy Bar. Pauline Graves-Here, Pauline, is a little toy mouse--play with it all the time so we'll know when you are around. Fred Greanya-Here it is, Fred, a cute little doll which we have appropriately named "Georgie" jean Grenier--Your hair always looks so nice, Jean, that we are giving you this brush so you can always keep it looking that way. june Hartw-Here, junie, we want you to have these so you can be "Bloomer Girl of '46." Earl Helwig-I-lere's some wave set, Earl, so you can always keep your hair curled. Thelma Howe-For you, Thelma, we have a permanent excuse for being absent. Welctime Humbarger-In case you ever decide to cut off that long, blond hair, Wfelcome, here's a pair of scissors to help you out. Marg Hurry-A song book for you, Marg, so you can continue to keep in good voice. Don jefferson-For you, Don, is a horse-see if you can ride this one, too. Bob Jones-Here, Bob, are some vitamin pills-build yourself up so we can call you "Diet jones." Ernie jones-A doctor kit, Ernie, to start you off on your career. Iclella jones-Something different in polish, Idella, to help keep those nails in condition. Sylvester Jones-Here, Sylvester, we have the latest issue of "Superman" for you to read in your spare time. MORRIS-SONIAN Vera jirnes-We present you with this whistle, Vera, because you have been the quietest girl in the class. jack Keith-For you, jack, a copy of "Esquire" so you can continue to keep up on the latest styles. jake LaFurgey-Here, jake, is a calendar--it has room for memorandums, notes, and DALY appoint- ments. Mary Lane-Here, Mary, is a hottle of white shoe polish to keep those saddles as spick and span in the future as you have in the past. jeanne LawrenceA-For you, jeanne, we have some stationery so you can keep up the correspondence to that "certain someone." Ardis Munger-Here, Ardis, is a contract whereby all your songs will be accepted for publication. joyce Oberlin-We have for you, jo, a toy sailor to keep you company until your own comes home. Lawrence Parisli-We have here, l.arry, a new physics hook in case you ever get tired of the "Dull" one. joe Podoley-Here, joe, is a copy of that old Irish song, "Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?" Frances Potter-For you, Frances, we have a bottle of peroxide in case you ever decide you would rather be a blond. Norma Potts-A ring, Norma, to go with the one you already have. janet Powers-A clock for you, janet, so you can make it on time for appointments. Edna Richter-Here, Edna, is an eyebrow brush-see if this works better than the pencil. Florence RussellkFor you, Florence, another rolling pin to help settle family arguments. Onalee Severn-Here, Onalee, is a rattlebox-let us know when you're around. Ralph Sheldrin-We never see you do anything but study, Ralph, so we decided you need a little recreation. Heres a jumping rope. Rosemary Sheldon-Here, Rosie, is some ribbon to remind you of those days you spent wrapping gifts at S. and B's. Ed Simmonds-For you, Ed, is a copy of your newspaper, "The Herald." Marcellie Simmons-Here, Marcellie, is a cookbookf-probably you can use this when "johnny Comes Marching Home." Leland Sorenson-Another tie to add to your collection, Leland. Now you have a pair. jeano Spore-Here, jeano, is a book on hairdos. Maybe there are a few here you haven't tried. jolm Thom-May this yeast cake rise you to great fame, john. Otis Tremain-For you, Otie, we have a ping-pong ballAtry your hand at this sport, too. Mildred Unger-For you, Millie, a shorthand hook to keep you in practice for your future career. Ruth Vanderpyle-Here, Ruth, is a hook on sophistication so you can put on some Ayers fairsj. Marion VanNcJrman-We have for you, Marion, another movie magazine to add to your collection. Shirley Valleau-For you, Shirley, we have an apron to remind you of those days you spent in cafeteria. Don Werth-Here's a mirror, Don-practice talking into it and maybe you'll overcome your bash- fulness. june White-Yimu never seem to say much, june, so were giving you this package of gum to exercise your mouth. Harold Wininger-Here's a box of "No-Nods," Harold, to keep you awake throughout the day. Gene Woodbeck-Here, Gene, is a box of crayons to aid you in your art work. Bernice Wright-For you, Bernice, we have a dress from the "Sherman Shop." Maxine Yates-We have some shoes for you, Mac, because we're sure your others must be worn out from dancing. jim Hildreth-Here is a small football, jim, but not that you need it, cause you've had plenty of practice. Sid Lowell-For you, Sid, we have a picture of Mt. Morris High-seeing as you were only here three months, we want you to remember us. Rosnz Snm.DoN. MAC Yfxriis. jnrvn Haier, Sosnz Donen. and Louisa CARRoi.1. l i MORRIS-SONIAN Can You Imagine? Maxine Adams with too much to say? Shirley Banks not reading anything? Beulah Barden and julia, forgotten friends? Bertha Bellinger flunking an American history test? Bill Berry not playing basketball? jim Borton winning a scholarship? jeanne Brewer not being good-natured? Shirley Card not wanting to be a pharmacist? Louise Carroll being early for school? Dick Carver not neat appearing? Elhe Christensen being an Opera singer? Mary Anna Belle Clampitt with a short name? Dale Coenen with curly hair? Russ Cole being an M, D.? Dale Conquest not playing his accordion? Aubrey Cooper not talking to Harold third hour? jo Crocker wearing a red dress? Marg Daly not talking about Frankie? Harriet Dodge living in the same house a year? jim Draper not liking "Power" pills? Dorothy Drew not being engaged? Russ Durham being Supt. of Mt. Morris High School? Georgie Edwards not on the honor roll? Earlene Gell being six feet tall? Nadine Glidden with no interest at the Roller Rink? Myrna Gough not liking "Turpin"-tine? Pauline Graves with a bad temper? Fred Greanya wanting to take a trip to "Georgie":i? jean Grenier being unfriendly? june Hart not having a love for "Bloomers"? Earl Helwig playing a bassoon? jim Hildreth not making the rounds on Saturday nite? Thelma Howe being in school one full week? Welcimme l-lumbarger with a feather cut? Margaret I-lurry with an alto voice? Don jefferson when he hasn't a thing to say? Bob jones staying away from this school? Ernie jones not taking pills? ldella jones biting her linger nails? Sylvester jones being a radio announcer? Vera jones with her home work not done? jack Keith without "class"? jake LaFurgey without a "Daly" bath? Mary Lane talking without expression? jean Lawrence not writing letters? Ardis Munger being rowdy? joyce Oberlin blushing? Lawrence Parish being in school regularly? joe Podoley getting along with "everybody"? Frances Potter with blond hair? Norma Potts not giggling in class? janet Powers not being dramatic? Edna Richter without some gum? Russ Nation not cracking a joke? Florence Russell being serious? rf. VIORRIS-SONIAN Onalee Severn not snapping her gum? Ralph Sheldon playing football at Notre Dame? Rosemary Sheldon being "stuck-up?" Ed Simmonds not looking at fa"Ma-J Donnau? Marcellie Simmons being an old maid? Leland Sorenson taking any books home? Yleano Spore loving American History? john Thom without a friendly disposition? Otie Treniain going with a Senior girl? Mildred Unger not loving Bing Crosby? Russ Nation not comparing with Bob Hope? Ruth Vanderpyle without her "Bobby" socks? Marion Van Norman not having the latest movie magazine! Shirley Valleau with a brother? Don Werth winning a debate? -lune W'hite speaking up in class? Harold Wininger going with a girl from Mt. Morris High? Gene W'oodbeck with straight hair? Bernice Wright working in "Shermans" Shop? Maxine Yates not cutting someones hair? Sid Lowell in the Class of '46? MILDRED UNGER EARLENE GELL GENE Wfoooancx l Salutatory Friends, Parents, and Teachers: At long last we have reached the end of our high school days. We, the future citizens of Amer- ica, stand on the threshhold of life, and as we step into the world our success depends upon the founda- tion we have gained here in high school. We have enjoyed four years, participating in the class plays, parties, the proms, basketball and football games, and the fun of being with our classmates and teachers. We thank God that the war has been won but a lot of problems confront the world upon this victory. We, the graduating classes all over the world, for whom life is just beginning, will have to solve these problems and bring international peace to the world to stay. On behalf of my classmates and myself, we wish to thank all of you who have helped us progress, and we will remember your guidance and encouragement as we go forward. MYRNA GOUGH Salutatory Parents, Teachers, and Friends: As I stand before you on this class night I cannot but think back over my last six years as a student in this school. It seems like only yesterday that I moved to Mt. Morris and became a pupil in the Seventh grade. My only regrets are that I didn't have the opportunity to spend all my school days in Mt. Morris High and that now it has all come to an end-too soon. To those classmates of ours who are in the services of our country, we extend our deepest gratitude for the part which they have played in bringing this tragic war to an end and we extend to them tonight our hope that they may be back with us soon. Speaking for the class and myself, I wish to express our gratitude to all the teachers and parents who have led us to this goal of achievement and prepared us for the place in the world, which we shall take to continue the efforts of those who are working to make this a better world for all. GEORGIANNA EDWARDS -3- 4-N2 , K X 61 QT gg ij 1 r,..Y,, VIORRIS-SONIAN l-lonor Students lfirst ron' - lleft to riglitlt Mary Clanipitt - One of first fifteen. lleorgiauua l':flXX'Zll'ClS - Salutatorian. Myrna Gongli - Salutatorian, .Xssociate lfclitor of .Xnunal. lleruiee XX'riglit - Une of first fifteen. ,Io Crocker f One uf first fifteen. .Xssociate lfclitor of Xunual. Maxine .-Xclauis - One of first fifteen. Unalee Severn - Yaleclietorian. Second row: .-Xl l'on'ers - liirst place iu oratorical rleclauiatiou. Dale Coeneu - Yalenlictorian, liflitor-in-Cliief .Xnnual, .Xll- Couuty lfootluall. lirnie jones - Delegate to Genesee Co, Youtli Conference. Roseuiary Slielclon - Salutatorian. Associate liclilor of .Nunn- al, ll. A. R. Cloocl Citizenship l'ilg'riin. ,lim Draper - Football Captain, Associate liclitor of .Xnunal Maxine Yates - Delegate to Genesee Co. Youtli Conference. Clarence liroouifielcl - lfirst plaee in exteuiiioraueous speak- ing. 'llliircl rowi Rolaucl llaycleu - lfirst place in original oratory. lfrecl llreauya - .-Xll-County Ifootliall. Ross Cole - Co-lfclitor-in-cliief of Annual, Une of first fifteen 'lllieliua llowe - One of first fifteen. llertlia llellinger - One of first fifteen. .Xlisenti lfcl Siuiuionfls - .Xll-County lfootlmall. .Ieanue llrewer - Une of first fifteen. Sylvester 'Ioues - One of first fifteen. Otie 'llreuiain - .-Xll-County llaslcetlmall. Frances Potter - One of first fifteen. MORRIS-SONIAN AnnualStaH: Svattctll tluft to right? Ross Ville, Nlyrliu tlottglt, .tlztxitiv YZlll'S. ll0SOIlllll'Y Slitlltltm, .lo t't'ut'lcet', lmlv Utwiis-11. Swmlcl row: tleft to riglltt Iflbxllll Jones, fl80l'fJ,l2lllllZL lfldwzircls, llwititw xxYl'lAl.flll, .Iuliu Bl'l'K'!liU, llliltliw-tl llit- ger, .Izmet Powers, Oualev Svvtfrii, Gt-ilu Wumllitwli. .Xrtlis .Xltiilgeit 'Fliird row: tleft to right! Louise Cz11'1'oll, Harriet llotlge, June llurt, But-lah lluiwlen. .NliLl'glllll'll0 llztly, .N1u1'g:uI'9t ll1l1'1'y. Herllia llelliiiger. lllziry Lztiiv. .lean Cl1'e1ii01'. Fuurtli row: tleft to rightt Dick f'Ztl'VGl', Ralph Sllelduii, Jolln Tliuin. .Iztlitt l,zilt'tmgt+y, ltlurl llolwig, Otis 'l'1't-inzliue. Bob Jones, ltlriiest Jones, Vu-liclitot'-ill-Vliiet - little Utwiivii. Vu-liditoi'-iii-6'llief - Ross Colv. Associztto Editor - lloselnary Sliulclun. Associate- Editor - Myrttu Guugli. Associate Editor - Maxine Yates. Associzttv ltlclitm' - .lo CI'tN'lit'l'. Alumni liditors: .NlLll'l01l Viill NUVIIIZIII, lictrtlm litllliiigvr, .Xrtlis .XI1lt1S,'t'r, .Xlury Vlnllipitt, Shirley Card, Frailt-es Pottvr. Husiuesrs ltlzttiugvrsz .luck Kvitli, l'lI'IllQ .limi-s, liuli .ltmus, llztlith Slitlltlml. llit-li f'2Ll'Vt'l', lflzirl llelwig, Sports: Editors: .lake l.zLI"li1'gey, UIlt1'l'I'H!ll2lll1, .luv lmtlult-y. flPIlI'QililIlll2l littwztlwts, ltztttivt lmtluu. Louisv Cztiioll. .lolm Editors: ldellu Jones, lieriiittt- Wright, Wt-lt'tnnt- llllIllll1Il'QOI'. .loam tlruiiit-V, Shirlt-y Banks, .Nliltlred Vitgei. Art lflditorsz Olialee Sevvrii. lC2ll'll'lll0 Gvll, tlvlie Wtmtllm-it-li, .ll2ll'Q.1'llUl'lIt' lbztly, M:n'g:ti'ct llur- ry, Juliet Powers- Fuziturcf lflditors: Julia Brevzlm. Hvululi liztrrleil, .llllltl Hurt. Mary ldlllil. i t J ORRIS-SONIAN Senior Committee Scum-cl: flcft In rightb Iiusvmlmzlly SIICICIUII, Marg' Daly. Daisy CHCIIUII Urs. Kl'Zll15L'. ilu fuuck Stilllilillgj - -lim I3I'lllJCl'. .luck lin-ith. Russ Colo. Mr. liuwvll. l'irvml f2I'CZlIlj'1l . msn-11 f iruin- um-s, 3L'HI'U'iK' lrwzuws.. Zl'4" u'rx'. XI tl b 1 Nl'l lXI1,ll1, .Xt the IJCQIIIIHIIQ' uf the your :L Scniur Cmnlnittee was clwscn ln' thc .. . .,. A. . . . , , . . Qllwuf.ul11111115u1 thn QLHLLIVS uf thu class. lhclr 11111105 xvcru the plzmniug' of lilbf :wtivitics :mrl Q'UVl'1'IliIlg' the class. This vvznr thu- Ctillllllilili' chrl '1 vvrx' tml- plvu ni nm 41111 ics. . D - 'wk m HYHIHIIIQ their MORRIS-SONIAN National Tliespian Society lfirst row: 1left to rightp - .loan lCarley. Miss Clark, Miss Tew, lfllizabeth lllootner. .loan Harkness. Second row: lleft to rightb - Hazel Edgley, Bruce Maxwell. Maxine Yates. Jake llalfurgey. Dale Coenen. Arlita Harrington. Third row: 1left to right! s Walt Martin, Hob Leadley, Duane Quick, Margaret llurry. -..jf1..- 'fsuftf The Mt, Morris Troupe No. 673 of the National Thestpian llrainatic Honor Socie' ty for High Schools was organized in October, 1945, with the following fourteen charter tnembersi Elizabeth Bloomer, Dale Coenen, Marguerite Daly, Joan Earley. Hazel Edgley, .loan Harkness, Arleita Harrington, Margaret Hurry. Jake l,aFurgey. Hob Leadley, Walt Martin. Bruce Maxwell, Duane Quick. and Maxine Yates. This organization was established in 1929 by a group of teachers and students interested in the advancement of dramatic arts in the high schools. The aims of the society are two-fold: 11l to establish and promote standards of excellence in all phases of dramatic arts. and 121 to create an active and intelligent interest in dra- matic art among students. The qualitications for membership are to meet the ten dramatic point requirement. These points can be earned by participation in the act- ing. produetion, and creative fields. Each point represents ten hours of work. The offieers for the year were: President - Hazel Edgley. Vice-President - Maxine Yates. Secretary - .Ioan Harkness. Treasurer - Elizabeth lllooiner. Many students earned additional honors this year and received the following ratings: Star Thespian 120 pointsh Hazel lidgley. .loan Harkness, Walt Martin. Double Star Thespian 130 pointsi Maxine Yates, Honor Thespian 1411 pointsb - Dale Foenen. Some of the activities of the troupe for the year were an assembly 'talent pro- gram, Thanksgiving program, Christmas program, two three-art plays. four one-:ict plays, host to district spec-wh contest, and a senior banquet. The sponsors for the troupe were Miss 'Few and Miss Vlark. ORRIS-SONIAN Nm Qowmi -A 1:g..:iJZt 1 .M - . A N . ' 3 Q, 3 as Q INKRRREV NW114 f Qi ,E :QE fn in Vs i Za in xl if an u DIA-Li" N ,fb W wi' 'Q 1 fggi , A 1 Leo- Ml! RNS 1 'MORRIS-SONIAN X X X XX O4 , if M ,alff 5 if K f f 55,15 ,Z ! 1 , "mini, IA ,Q 95 .Mg f 5 5355 W f2Nk73 f K u X JW- QDQ " EI- 0 'X V x? 5' . A I K as-x 5-.v::'2':::.., 4 Q' i n.. .4 'N ' . I -:Zim FC-fll MORRIS-SONIAN unior Class History Class Sponsors .llixx llnry Ilrf'm:fif'Ifl .llixx I,'li.:'4rlu'll1 lfu:-lmr t'Inss Hffi 1'1' rs l'r1'si4l4'ut - lion lx'4'n!1on l'ir-4'-I'1'4'si1Ir'nI - llurrol lfrmwnx Nr 1-:' 1-fury - -lrmn Vlrlrlc 7'rm.wln'P1' - lfvrnrlwl ,ll4'lx'4'n:i1' .Xt the beginning of the school year we elected a party committee. which put on two "All l"lig'h"parties that were very successful. juniors who participated in football and won letters were: llob Cole, Dar- rol Cosens. Don Dinger, Don Kenyon, and Max Schofield. Others took part in basketball and will be out for baseball in the spring. 5 Many members of our class are nienibers of the National Thespian Club. Juniors have also taken part in Band, Commercial Club. Latin Club, Spanish Club. and Glee Club. Our class play, "liver Since liven was presented on lfebruary 6th and 7th under the direction of Miss Florence Clark. lt proved to be a great success. Members of our class also will take part in the operetta "Tune ln", under the direction of Miss Doris Haminill. Plans will be made in late spring for the junior-Senior prom and banquet. lK'e hope to give the seniors niany unforgetable inonlents. XYe wish the seniors the best of luck, on behalf of the junior class. loan Clark. lilizabeth llloomer. ORRIS-SONIA unior Class 1 C1 .- 5 ..- CV CZ GJ b f -1 Q5 :L 11 F Q, .- ,- EE '1 +5 V 1 gc 4. 2. .- .- QJ M QL P 1. w cd S-1 O .- ..- C1 III CD bb C L ,- v af - C -A gl . I -1. lla bcock. l'lll 11.11 0 N itz Foin, 1. w mrvnson, lf etty Sc B ew, Im da Nai . S Ba Joyce ,l', . ge Sax- arrivrr ard. H NV my Be -Jill' atte P tha I. Alu Pusliman, ive- I1 IC u 'l'ownseiid, live Greenfield, A SS Mi ow, I. cl Sevon S 76 ..- 5 ..- , LC. P. N 5' O J! cd 1, 's C1 .E S-1 1. 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Smot,lie1's, Owen Rvnjzimin Treat, l .r 5 51 5-" G ai 3 9. 42 1: E 'E CC :A - : cd ..- Le v aa :: W an 5 N Iv .2 E .- .C bb 3-1 If f m - 2 ,rs 5 :Z cu 'C x as - ... .- S- an .Q c: CC : cc .E c 3 -C1 4. Q- ..- 'v lzlrleli Cl li ll l'SC H 'vrnv HX L uvliam. D Russel ond. H am in iuger. Duane D Don euzifl. 1K l .llc 'I Sei' I ick, ll Q y, Garret ph E uf-h. M den, James Y Ha les I. Cha Huriieit, MORRIS-SONIAN 5610146397 lm' IRLLILLIL-yi "I Cilll gn nut XX'IIII1lIlf'g'II1I'- I I IIICZISLIH ITL-II:L Kc-IIy: "XX'hy cIuu't you thou?" loc IIu:IuIcy: "I cluuyt plcusc' :Luv." Pk 21: H1 XIV. NI:LfL'iuu1 "YLm1LQ'LLL:LLL,cILL yuu iu1c-uLI 5 - v. lu stay :LII uight? ICLI Si1LLuLiuu:Is: "-lust El uiiuutv. I'II L':LIl hmuc first ZLIIKI fiurl nut." 15: :LL :L: XIiuistcL': "IMym1nttc1LcI:LpI:LL-L-uf Lym' ship L'Yf,'l'5' SIIINIZLX uight ?" Ifruic .IUIICSI "Ya-s. IIIN Lau uiy LL':Ly ILL sn-L IIL'l'l1UXY.-I BI: XIV. CI:LL'IL: UYUIIIIQ' IIIIUI, thc LIL-vils gmt Imlcl of X'U1l.,I .. U v . . Iluu ILLIIL-L'suLL: Ncs. hcs Iiulfluig' Lui IIUXXIN FIC IIIIICIINZL IImL'L': "I sau' you XX'l'1LI'IIlg' ILII zuuuziug' suit :Lt thc he-zLcIL. Iluu' uiuch ,. . cuc'I yuu pay ful' ity, AIl'ZLll Ilix-LL'cL': "OIL I IJUIIQIII it Im' :L L'ifI , ICIIIUIIS IIg'l1l'L'. HIS F51 'F .I:Luc-t I'mL'ci's: "XX'hzLt cIicI you flu WILL-LL the ship SZLIIIQ iu u1icI ucL'zLLL?" Iluh Imicsi "OIL I just gL':LhILL-LI :L c:LI4L- LII I :QLLQLLL zLufI WZLSIICCI myself zLsILLu'c'.I' 4, .2 4, . , . , t,L. . XIV. IILII LQILL'LLL1stL'yf QIZISSI 'lhis yu cmitziilis :L CICZLKIIX' ins. XYIIIII sta-px u'L1uIrI you t:LIQc if it QSC1I.lJL'lI?u Utic 'II1'cuL:Liu: "I,uug' mics." Y 24 111 fiI1CI'lllZI.ll NIi1chvII: "I ILJLL' cIicI yuui' l'zLthc'L Iqmwu' wc' we-ut out iu thc c:L1' vvstci' day?" Ilcruicc XYL'ig'ILt1 "Quito siuumIL-. Iicuieui Iiei' Lhv smut QCIIIIICINIIII wc F1111 iutug 'IIhzLt was I'ZlII1L'1'.I- :L Pk II:LL'1'icL Iimlgvz "NYILzLt's piippy Im'c?" I5:LIc Cui-LLL-LL: "It's thc Iwcifiiiiiiiiff of .L 5 5 LILLg"s lifvf' . iff!! f , .f,f I , XV - 'Q If WWW W X I I 1 I I j if X, V ' ?R W X f ff X ,f k ' N My ff ff K Q WI KN 5 f MI! !! f Xf I MNH' 1 f I' K a t M X . Q' ' f f X f' ' ' ny f QA' f f ffl X I l 1 4 1 ORRIS-SONIAN Sophomore Class History NYC, the sophomores of the Class of '48, began the year hy elect n following' class officers: l'l'1'xirlrnI - l'rlI flr1'r'n liir-1'-l'r1'si:l1'nI - llulr lilrluvlfurrl Nu-rf'Irl1'gf - lfllwn Nlwlvlon 'l'1'c'rr.wrrrr1' - -lnrlr Zvrrlll l':1l'tr 1'onnni1te1' I:1iI'!'I',j! .llunlvlirr .I uf-lrir' lfflflfl' l,l'Illl Hllwlrllrl Hill 'II'1'f'lllH1Hl XXI- have had several very successful parties nncler the sponsoi ll Bliss llertrncle 'Few and Nlr. .Nllen Rolminson. Our class has proviclecl its share of the athletes. Klany of oiir ft-llon Q nien appearecl on the loothall team anrl lmoth the girls' anrl luoys' lmsltttb tennis have representatives from our class on them. XXI' plan To present a night of one act plays with our sncccsso s lireslnnen. which shonlcl turn ont to he a credit to our class lwcanst nn acting' ahility Caine to light in a 'l'l1anlcsg'iving' one-act play we presenter opcretta, a style show, cleclaniations and orations, which many of thc tt grade rs have entercml. XXI' have appreciated all the things the Seniors of the Class of 46 li. rlone for ns and we hope we can live np to their stanclarcls. flood lnck. Seniors 'illen Sheldon ORRIS-SONIA Sophomore Class ,-4 - cd GJ fs E 4 cv: CH CL .H ,- C5 O '1 E 1, V .H cd C- li bl .H rw L cv gc E. w ca CL Q JI G1 I-4 Cl, H H an m 2 5 Q. H. 4 I H. :S 9 H in I -c 12 .H ra CL cn . .H bL 'rf C Q.. Q12 w H... 1 Z C CL 1 4 .Q 2 m fi : GJ c H: I 1 +- C N Z C., ,- ,H D. Eu ."-C .m E .H H Hfi Z 21, .- .5 Zi .II 4 rs C A IJ L.. 1 N .H rf c -s GJ H: m Q Q12 3 TJ' : E LT: A 9 E il.. C5 C c C .- 4' 2 .- .H :ti JI N 1 .- .-1 'I 5 E m 5. QL 512 .H rv V GJ ,H .H ... 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"'lil1z1t's too haul. I wztntecl you to have dinner with me Saturday nightf, lYelcoine lluinlmrger went into :L rest- ziurxint :intl sun' .Nrclis Hunger sitting :L- lone eating spuglietti. XYQI: ".Xrenlt you lonely setting' here :L- lone?,' ,Xrclz "No one is lonely while eating spu- ghetti--Ait requires so much attention." "Did you hear the story zihout the peu- cock? "Its ll heztntiful title." A SEX IORS PRAYERM Now I lay me clown to sleep, the lccf lilies clry :incl the subjects deep: if he quits helore I wake, someone kick me for goodness sake. Bliss lll't'CllflClI,l enteretl the classroom :mil noticecl Nadine Glidden sitting with her feet in the aisle and chewing gum. "'l':ike that gum out of your mouth and put your feet inf' .Inch Keith: "Do you :Ltteucl it place of worship every Sunday evening?" Alxike l,:il"urgey: "Yes, lylll on my way to see her now." llertha Hollinger: "XYli:it clicl you clo when the ship sank in micl-ocean?" lf:u'l llelwig: "Oh, just gruhhecl rt cake of soup :tml wztshecl myself ashore." Sniurt .Xlecz "lf you'll give me your tel- ephone mnnbei' l'll call you up some- time." Nl:irg'zu'et llurry: "lt's in the hook." ,Xleez "l9ine. wh:1t's your nzune?" hllll'g'!1l'L'fI "'llliut's in the hook too." N P N g K . 3? G l , Q V' V l i l l i 'VIORRIS-SONIAN Freshman Class History 'l'hc l"i'cshman Class hc-fan this eva-ntful vcai' hx' elcctino' as thcii' wrcsi 51 , , 5' clout. Roy llahcock: XICC-l,l'CSlflCIlt. llorclou blames Wilson: bccrc-ta1'y-lrn asiirvr, Ricliarrl Blitchcllg and choosing' as thcii' class sponsors, Mr. .loscp -I. llill and Miss Ruth liiulcy. , . . . . lhc class has ciijoyccl two lhcatrc partics so far this ycai' and wc hopn , , to liavc other partics latciilhcy have also hccn ilivitccl to attend scvcrz Alimioi' lligfh parties and Senior lligh aclivilics. which wwe appmciatecl hx ll1l4"" s class. e ,, . . . Y. . Iwo trcslniicii, la-wus Dorman and Ricliard Xlltkoslcc, maflc first tc-am iii Footlmall: and scvcral frcslimcn hoys wc-rc on thc sccoml tc-am in lxaslcct hall. 'llhrcc titlcs in thc school hoxiug' lUl1l'll2l'IllClll1 wcrc takcn hy frcslimc-ii also. ' XXX- also have cight mciiilmcrs in the lligh School llaml. aiul of thvsn 4 . v . . . Qlarcilcv llroomiiclcl, lloiialml Norlock aufl llicliarml XX1llQoxx'skc arc part of ilu saxophone quartettc. 'Illia' frcslmian class is 1'cpi'csn-iiln-ml in thi- opcrctta hy lioiialcl Ncsmitli . 4 , . llonalcl Xorloclc, and Qliarlcs Mlaclmlcu: aiicl svvc-1'al of ll1k'1l' mc-mhci's haw takcii speech, 'l'hc lfrcslmiau Class as a wholv wislws thc grcatcst of luck to thc Sun iors of 1046111141 hopcs to hc as lim' a g'i':uliiating class in IWW. -, V .. Llzim-iicc lwooiiillclfl. Maxim- Gaul. fl -1 ' 1 C3 R F? I S - S CD N I A Freshman Class 'K img: 1 L 11:- rn: CC- -4' f ,D - - 3-'S jj., y,- 4 J M - 322 -'Q :HH ,171 ' X x . : 9 "V fir. L-2 E z :Ll FQ 5 L 1 W LE: C4 Q 5 f-N V . 13 9,712 C411 wif 215. if -11 fy 5.3 -QoL 2 H- mf-5 'Jr-1 H - QCD . M 112'- H.- E F - Y Q-,I-4 T25 .: 3 555 - 'f4 L ? 'fc Z'5 - f , . -5 Z,: S-L .- m M Q ': S f N 4 f- CI C L. ef 5 ,- A. Lf. M - +4 -A ,- Z if f Q1 w ,- - .- -v-4 ,- V C IL M Z C w B ?. ,T - 215 -. "J .4 G ,- Q F, m C 5 n 2 S- M .- P. ,EI +- 13 'I CU - w - C1 S I m ? O 12 f - U3 OD 'Fd - -F W D5 1 E5 1. M ,- fb 'U -- -., fv- y, EJ lf. -- 4 'U : E 5. 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'L EE if 1 'Q CC H 4 fl. 1, E H ., '1. ,Ld if if Hx 1 .. O R Fl I S - S O N Girls Glee Club IAN af. CD 1. ..-. S CII 5 :ws -. CI cu FU 5- : m 11 "2 Q Q1 1 5 I .E GS ,-4 CD '1 M -4 Z ..l ..- f-1 C 'JI Q1 C 11 G GJ 'C 'C ..-1 L5 EU CI ..- 'U rn: A 5. : C4 Z2 .. 5? H 9' E Eff EE t-4 A I Z : on .H N3 .4 o ... A.. .. ad - - fc: as .. cs lf U1 Betty ne derg 'li Sc iks, Doris ll 2 y B 'cc'zk0, Shirler B1 shman. B .irbara Pu il. Flnnive ll ss Harm M I 5 H H 4-1 GJ ,. - .LZ U: .C .J : .J H 11 Q In CQ Daly. Maginn. Marg 111121 rks, D0 Pa . .Janet I. like il H Gaines. Zelpha alfurgey, Mary eL Oki ll ll .I lo1'riS N my Be l'lllHlI. ow: Marion Van N0 1. Standing: Sevond Knjalzi. Joan ll Boes, Hele ', Evelyn regai 1 arriei Saxton, Barbara H id lie Betty in ll MCCI Doraine Quigley, Pat Powers, Severn. Ora Hall. Rosemary ll Wi n dl' ll 1an.Ti idn nei K ris, .la I. l-la OHI18 D hite Pauline VV H 111 H Good lark, Betty K. .In 5 C 5. ra I5 c ,.. 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MORRIS-SONIAN 'CJ Q as CQ Second .-Q 3 U on if U cn Pu O CO fl1'Ill1'4l. 1,1-fl 111 lli1'l1:: .l:1 Lin- llviin-l11'1+l1'l11. IM11 l-'-ilu-1'. .I.11111-4 l,111111i:. l-V111--l .'l:1w1l1, 411115 XXHN1111, I.11I, ll11Lz111-Vx, X11ll11:1' I-llll 111vl4l, 'vc-11111l l'11 ' l1'4'l1i1- l'-1111111 Xl1i1'l1-V tim-1-tl 1'411'l:f11 1'-1ll1111 l"1l1x' Z:1!1111 l-Ix'v!x'11 l.4m111ix -1 .1 1 ., , . . 1. . . , , A I'l1x'll1w lli1'11I"'1- X'11111111l1- llllNlll"'4'l' NI1' l1111ll111l111 -'l'l1111l lim.: lltwlflry .I1f111-5, Nl:11'.i:1 4l1'11sl1:1w. 411-111-5111 llllwh, I'1'1-11 ll:111'l11:g'11111. Xl:1:'y 1,1111 Q111g'l11y. llwvlu-1'I t'lfi11f1v11, I7-lllllll M111-. I':111Ii11v IZ1-11:1-11 ',v,. 71 Sitting: Holme-1't 'l'z1.l1l1e1't. liic'l1z11'd Powers, Earl lloviue, Bill Smith, .lim l2u1't1111 lllllkllld Ayrefs, and Jack Ks-itll. Sevoufl Row: .lean lJv1'lie1', Earl H2Ll'l'l1lS1'l0i1. Hztrnld Lowell. llo1'l1e1't Dov, lluy 111o11d Myer, llicl1a1'd Norlnmck. Rex l.z1llz11'1'. l-Izxrold llvlwig, and Nliss Hammil. 1 fkl111l1s f.l11l-l1v1 'l'l1i1'1l Row: Dale Clllllllltibll, Rogan' M:1gi11ity, 11011 B11ff11111y1-', T 1 - 'z -A l.Lll'1'j' H0111'y. ll1111a1lrl Ne1s111ill1. 111111 -ll,'fI.fxl'F0l1. 211141 Al I'r1vve1's. ,s ? 1 N jjj... MORRIS-SONIAN Newspaper Staff A L exif . Seated - Loft to Right: Susie Dodge, Dnisy Coenen. Rosie Sheldon. Mac Yates. Standing: Mrs. CUl'lSl2lllt'0 Krause, John Tholu. June lflzxrt. Joanne llrewvr. Ros Volv, .lo Cl'0l'kl'l', Bliss Mary Greenfield. Absent: Cleorpriztiiiia liclwzimls. QJOf7 llatle K'oCI1t'lI lfililoi'-in cliit-lf liosciiiziry Slit-lclon Xssocizitc lfrlitor Nlzixinct Yates - Gossip lfclitor llzirrict Doclgc: - Clllllflm Coriiur hlolin 'lxlioni liofs Sports lCrlitor bltillllllf l:l'L'XX't'l' Hills Sports lfrlitoi' Ross tfole - - - News Iafllllll' .Inns llztrt - -- l"c':1t111'e lfclitor tlcorgixuiiizt l'?4lXX'1Ll'tlS f Coining' .Xttrztctioiis liclitor Alo Crocker - Aloke lfrlitor Mrs. lifrztiisc - .Xclvisor Miss f:l'CCllflt'lfl Xclrisoi' QJt0'fD The Clizxlterhox was 21 sa-nii-monthly pziper put out hy the Senior Class. ll' von sistvd of the loval svhodl gossip, events, and coming attractions around the town. We wish to thank Miss Mary Greenfield and Mrs. Constant-e Krause for Lillffll udvivv which inzldo this paper il suvcess. MORRIS-SONIAN VJ -a-1 5 O O ffl ?x O CD CD -4.4 5 o U UI TE U First Ilnmi -Il'I'I'j' Smith. llwy l'1w111-lx, Ilugw-1' AI:lg'illiI3'. I4II'xu-V Iiuglfill. YIIHIII NIs'l'ffIllmI I lllll I,.1XI4xy, IZUII Wig1g'.-'sxx'u1'Ilx. Iluh S1'I'SI'IIl'II. 4It'l'ZlIlI Nvwlnslll, S4 x4-mul Ibm: I'Iflxvz1l'1I XYl'ig:I1I, IIi1-Imlw I7IIl2'Q'l', 'IIl1I'IIIIj' .XIIv'irI'11-. I-'Ixvin Iluilvy, .Inu Ilmvl I IHIII IMI: 1'iIIlmn'ff I'uIwrI IIIl"'Ill'Y xI'lI'X:'I Illlxlx-In II-xviml NIVIIIUI .Irllm-5 Willlzxlum. XIIHII Il: . I ,I ,,... .. .. . II1iI'4I INN" Xllvn IIIII1-I' Iizlruin Www, I-'VMI II:nI'1'il1r1I-fn. In-Im SvI1n:lI7llilz. Willizlm I I X1 uw v 1 - - - - . . 4Il:1l'Ie-x .Xv!.v. I-,4lxx:Il'4I lmry XXIIIHIIII 51IlIllIII. I.1IIwI'l XX--NI. I.1- Imy Imlll, IMn:II1I I..- In! I Num-fl. Ifit In rlglmtz I'll'wI It-xv: Nhxnm-y Blzu- I'IllIIIllII. Mary Am: N-m.slIu. IWIIX Ilwllllu Xml lx IXHIIIIIIII. I-Inq 1,011 tjzxrgln-y. Xlzlrinn Img, In-:ry 'I':xI'!, Im-x 1II'l'l'II. ills-mm I1lvl'HI1', Iilwl IIIII XIIIIIIIWI HI-fsmlx. I':lIm Ikvrwl. II:llIml:I Ahh. .IHZIII XY1-Nunn. I1:ll'Ir:lr:u V.'iI4Iful1g, IIIIIIIIII I vlll Www!! Ilvw.: ,Iuyvv lI:llxl1Ill1. Ih'l'mv1- Inllggvluf-flu-l', I':wI4y Ilwlll, lllllh .Xml fI'Yl'I'II lux IIIIIIN Ilmu 1lsll':1mI4f1'. Ilorim Ilwlzxml. Nnllluvlle- Ililsingfwr. IIIZIIIU SIIIIIII. I'Ix'w'.5'n S1'X'l'I'II. Xu 1 vm Il - 1 IIIIIIUI I,-'I1lu:ll1. Mnxlm- I'I'2lZI4'I1 I,Ill'III1' I'ulI':lI42IIi:I, Imriw I2-w:111wI4-i'. II1il'4I Il-rv.: I'IuyIIIs .Xlxriflum-. Ibvllzl ICllg:IisI1. Nlzlrlyn Il--1-. I':lIsy 5Iul'g:nn. Iixvlyu IAWIIIN I1 I I4 Ilml. IIIIIII1' I.:lIII:Ixn. AI:ll'j' Xmllnu, slimy-In-AI .MIII-, lhllxlx ,Ivan-5, X11-3.1113 XX4'IvI1, Alpyy-1.11. 1.11 hm Iuqlnliul IIvi1lw-Im-iflul, Ii:llInI1-vu I:I1IIn-5, .Imlu 'I':lI:4m'. SI1il'.e-5' Sm-MI, IW-IIVIII Ium : .I1:ll'y .X4IzllI', Nllllvj 5l"Ilut5ro-. FQIIIQ In-lwx. I-I.-r.'lIw- wlwluliw, 1.-,-,,-,,,14.IylI 4 IlrI4I. U I-nu 1.IQ'fIZ1:III. IM-Illxw-Q .I-me-5. Num-y Slum-ns. Imrulllj XYilnin:e-1'. I'Il3IIis Ii:-II4-3. Imxutllx III NIIIIW. l'l13Il1, 1:1-ff. Il.1IIIIIl I,.-.- V014-. Blur-if-n Su---nu. Monnus-soN1AN Librarians Seated - Left to Right: Eileen lCllen1z1n, Elvaiioi- .lean Daly, i3s'1'tl1a Bollinger Rc-lv:1 Ha1'pP1', Lois Br-llingvr. Standing: Roberta Shcldon. Phyllis llevlu-i'. IEOII5' R1'z1y1o11. Miss Ge'1'11'11cl0 Tow. Zvlplizz Hilliker. Teachers and Nurse Seated - Left to Right: Rulh Finley. Martha 9:-my Mz11'gz11'+l 'l'z1l'hot, Martlla Dczsnizili. Lillllll Ze1'11ll, Flossie Harkness. Slillldillili NIHl'ti!2ll'6I Aasvlh. Mahzila Dovrr. N13l'gllGl'iIE' Gl'Zlf, liilIilPl'illk' Walker. Hell-n Tilllllilll. Minnie 0'Conno1', 1l'PIl Evans, ll. N. l l l 1 J JY MORRIS-SONIAN Gir1s Choral Group 1,1111 111 Right: .Ivan D1-1'ke1'. Betty Parks, .Ioan Clark, Mary 1.111112 Miss Hamill. Q , . , Q ' I N - ' K1a1'11111 12111 N111'111a11, Marg' Daly. 1J111'a111e Q111Q111y. Janet Powers, Xzv1a11 S1'1110SSK'I'. Forensics Contes ts 'I1111' .X111111:11 Slatc 1'1t11'Cl1S1CS Q1t1111CS1S xx'1'1'c 111-111 111 111111 high sch11111 this s111'i11g'. '1111c 11:1t1- 111 thc 111ca1 1-1i111i11ati1111s was Klarch 21. '1111L' 11'i11111'rs wcrc: Dramitic Declamations lst 111ac1-2 1111111 1':Z1I'1f'. scc111111 yc-ar 11'i1111c1'. 21111 111:1c1-1 1111111-11:1 111111111:11'g'1-1'. Oratorical Dedamations 1 1 1st 111ac1': .X1frc11 1,tlXYQ1'S 1 11111 111acc: ,1a111ft 1ii11111a11. 1 lst 1J11lCL'I 1,112ll1C Quick. Extempore Speaking 'Q x 21111 111:1cc: C1211'L'11L'L' 111'11111111'11-111. I lst ll1'lCC" 1111111111 11'lYf1t'1l Ongmal Oratory l 21111 111z1c1': .111 C1'1JC1iC1'. '1111t'1'L' was 1I111C11 1111k'1'CS1 cvi11c11t in the coutcsts t11is f't'Z11'. S11 11111111 51111 '1K'1115 1-11tc1'c11 that it was 11e1t1:ssa1'v t11 1111111 SCl111'1.1I1ZL1S 111 1117111111110 111111 O11 :'.1111'ic:11 13cc1a111:1ti1111s 1111 1x'1Z11'C11 167th 211141 ZOt11. '1111C'1'C arc 1'11111' 11i1'isi1111s in this activity: 111'Z1111Z1t1C 111'1'1a111ati1111s w11ich tcst i11tc1'111'ct:1ti1'c 1'1'z111i11g2 f1l'Zl1l111'1CZl1 1Jcc1a111ati1111s testing' S1I1CC1'11j' 111 1cc1i11g' i11 111'1'sc11ti11g' a 1'CZlK1f' w1'ittc11 111':1ti11111 1iX10111lJ1J1'C SlJC2l1i1l1Q' s1111wi11g' 11111 a1111it5' 111 11111 1'1-a11 st1111e11ts t11 111'ga11izc a s111-11c11 1111 topics C11'ZlXX'l1 115' 1111 111111 fi11a11y f1l'1g'111Z11 fi11'2l110I1S, 1111- task 111 11'1'iti11g 211141 11c1iv1-1'i11g' a 1500 w111'11 spccch. 1111 .'X111'i1 l1t11 thc sc1111111 was 1111st T11 the 11ist1'ict c1111tcsts. Miss '111-11' was the 11ist1'ict c11:1i1'111a11. '1'111f '1111C'S111Z111S t111111 C11Zl1'g'C 111 this 111111'ti11g 111111 sc1'v1'11 1'C1.1C511111C11tS t11 the 11z11'11s11'111'14i11gg' c1111tcsta11ts. Klang' st11111'11ts havc c11j115'c11 thc spccch activitics this ycar 211111 surcly 1111tz1i11c11 1Z1S1111g' 111-ucfits 111 such 111111110 cX11c1'ic11cc. The activitics 1x'1'1'1' s111111- 5111.011 hy Miss L11ZL1'1i 111111 Miss '11111x'. .. MORRIS-SONIAN , Cheer Leaders l"i1's1 lluw: .Xl Powers. Nlilclrvfl XYHISON. llc-lla Kelly, Don Pymx Swoml llmv: llerliiw VVl'l2lll. XVzxlt Mziriin. ,lu I'1'm'kc-V. .loliu llvzivli. l"l'z111m's's l'1m1lv1'. Patrol Boys K .mlclz l.vt'1 in liighii llim-lc Smith. Hill S114-ml. Leroy' Ruth, Vlmrles Acllv, Doyle liiiulloll, lluymfmcl llrzxclsliz nw XlllIlQl'l'. xmlinx - Sw-lmlicl liuw: Mr. Nook, 1Sponsm'i. Dick VVumllu-1-k. llzllm- llamlle-. lluynmnrl Keith, Ullll Stinson. lil in 111 Xvilylll' lhlrrl. Flzmli llnwv, lllirfl Huw: .llwwyim IIurlsu1l,'l'0m Akrimlge, lion ISP-vke-1'. .lm-k lvlwflmlvlim-y. Gmn'g:v llusli. Put lC:n'ley, Le-ln , . it xxx, l,1ll llum. ' iXX , ch MORRIS-SONIAN.. Seniorplay On f'll2lIldk'li91', Dale Coe-nen. Left to Right: Pauline Graves. Marg Daily. Mzlriun Yun Norinun. Fruin-r-s Potter ldrniv Junvs. ll2ll'l'lGl Dodge. Myrna Gough. Dun Wvrth. .Iuliu liulflli-guy, .Iunc Hurt u l'oduhly, Mzxxinv Yates. 'TEES' "THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING" ln tha- lligll Svliuul .Xurlituriinu Klzircli 25 :incl Zlllli thc SK'llllll'h IPl'USi'Ill.- wl tln-ii' zinnuzil play "'l'l1c Xllwlc 'l'mx'n's illllllilllgll. This unusual lzircc lu-pt ilu' zuiclivncc in stitchcs. lic-cpiiwg' up thc Lrzulitiun uf pulislicml lJC1'fUl'lllZlllCL'5 vzlch lIH'llIl1L'I' of thc Cust uulclicl hiinsc-ll' lmclurc tha' IJ2lCliCKl lmusc. r x . . . lhc plot cc-mcrs ziruuncl El fillllllf' wliusc fntln-1' llurnic hlum-sl :incl inu- ci' 4l"i':1m'cs l'ottc-rl hzivc cmiflivtiiig irlczis as tu whmn thcii' clziuglitci' litllcl iAl1ll'Q llzllyl slioulcl lllllffy. Clic-stcr lllzllv Cucncnh sccnis In llc ilu iclczll liuslmncl 1lCCUl'Klll1g' to Mr. SlllllNHIlS lint Xlrs. Sinnnuns has suciul :is- pirzxtimis :incl zz clistinffuisliexl l'il'Cl1Cll Cliiczi-mite flake lZll'illI'f"CYl is he-1 Fu N , ' N . ' mu-. llzirlrly nizuizlgcs to iiivulvv zz nnwic slzu' lhluxine Nzltcsi. lim' pru- iluccr lbluc llurlolvyj. Kliss lllumn, ll niglilclulm liustcss lklllfillll XlZlIliill'Ill2Hll 'incl Il tzixi-rlrivci' lllun XXI-rtlil hcfm'c hu gots his way. Sully lllZll'l'lCt lhiclgcl :incl l.il:i lKly1'n:L llmiglil fricncls of lftlicl try tu liccln thc' wliulr tuwn c-iiliglitciivcl :ls to thc lll'Ug'l'QSS uf thc- minzuicc, .Xnnic. the mziirl, ll'zLu- linc lirzivcsl clucs hcl' hit to uid :incl zilvct ihc incn uf the story. 'lllic stutter- s :incl lmttlcs in thc clark with shy Clicstci' gizuluzilly Cl1lCl'glllg :is :L xlicm 'irc cleverly stzigcfl lay M11 Sinnnuns. 'llhc lrctwcvil ucts wcrc also ull Sc-nim' tzxlvnti Bl2l'l'Q'Zl.I'Cf llurry :incl .l1lCli livitli cluing' tlicii' usual best, Our luyzil x'c'tci':Lns illsu pci'fm'i1icfl :Ls thc "ll:11'- lwrslnili SL-xtc-t" :incl wcrc mic uf thc liigliliglits uf the CYCl1lllg'. liuli Illumin- cr. lfzirl llclwig, Russ Nation. Russ lhirliuni. lluh ,limes :incl ,lim llilrlrcth xxx-1'c thu Slizwing' Singing Scxtcl. l MORRIS-SONIAN unior Play Left to Right: Don Pyne, Russell Beckwith. Darrul Fosviis. Huh Cole. lillizaha-th lllO0l119l'. XValt Martin. .Ioan Harkness, D011 Rock, Ham-1 lfltlgk-y. John Simdgrass. lloh Lvadley, Barbara Johnson. Richard Powers. Betty Parks. Miss ttlark. Earl llovino "EVER SINCE EVE" 'llht' luniwr Class pi't-sciittwl tht- thrcc-act cuiiiccly "Ever Since Eve" written hy l"lni't'i1t't' llycrstui and Colin Cleincnts nu l'qt'ltI'11Zll'f' Sth and fwth, 'llhc sctting' fur tht- play was in tht' Clow-1' hninc in l'rt'stun. a sniall suluurlian tnwii. 'llhv phat i'cvolx'ccl around tht- high schcml iicxx'spapc'i'. The Penguin 'llhc cditur, -ltvltniiy Clover thlnhn Snndgrassl had nn ust- fur girls and did not approve wht-n Susan lllakc tllazt-l liclglcyl was appnintcd tn assist hint llis nuwtlit-r and lathcr tllt-tty l'arlts and liarl llniviny cnclcavtm-cl tn hvlp hint and t-von i't-dt't'm'atccl a ruuin in tht-ir hmm' tn hc- uscd as a nt-wspapt-1 ullico. XYlit'n hlnluuiy and his pal. Spud lfrwin tllun Rocky lmth had tht incaslcs. Susan and llctsy lfrwin ttluan llarlcncssl talct- nvci' the nt-xrspapt-r and run it tn suit thcinselx-cs. 'l'ht-y ht-cuine iiivulvvrl in thc hartcr systt-in gct in trtmlwlt' uvt-1' an illt-gal pin hall gainc with Ullict-i' Sinnnuns tliicliard l'mx'ci'sl, and mrint an ZLIIINHIIICCINQIIX uf the iiiai'i'ia1"t' uf llrinci wal llt-nrx' l A . Quinn tlltmln l,t'adlt'yl and tht- juurnalisni tt-:tclit'i', Kliss XYillard tllarlmaiwt jtmltitstmiil. 'llhv two tinally dccidvd tu inarry lwcausc it did nu gmacl tu dt-ny tlll' 2llll1Ul'lIlCClllClit. laicylmcllt- l.t'c tlflizalmcth llltmiticid had all tht- huts t'tuupici't'tl ln' ht-r Snuthcrn charm including' thc ftmthall captain tlYalt Nlartint and smut- tneinlwcrs uf tht- tt-ani tliussvll llcckwitlt, llcmlw Culv, llarrtil Ctmsviis. and lhwn l'ynv.l .luliiiny and Spud also lwcanit- hcr victims. ln thc- last act Susan tricd stunt' wniiiztiily psycliulogy lit-rsclf and cainc nut ahvad tif l.iicylut'll4' ,X piwmcltictimt stall' inanagcd all uf thc wurli including stage st-tting, prii pcrtitts, nialct'-up. custiiines. pulmlicity and lmusinvss niattvrs. The play was dirt-cted hy Nliss Clark, 4 7? MORRIS-SONIAN Sophomore Talent Night First Row - Left to Right: 1162111121 A1o11111g11Q, Eiloon E1101ll2lll, Alive Jones, D11- 1'is ll1'y1111, Jackie Welch, Pat Ri11l11e1', 1711111 l2l1111dfo1'd. S1'1'o111l How: 110111111 M11g'i1111, Ellen Sl1el1l1111. ,I111'l111- Iduglu. .I111111 1311111111 1l'1i1 11l'U4.l1iF1l1l'1k, C1l1l1l'10111E Sl1111r11s, livliy B1'11y11111, .I11:111 1'2l171il'1'. ,1 1 1 . .. . 1 1111' 1'1'1's111111111 211111 5111111111111111 c111ss1's 111 1111 l11'1g'IIl1l1 111111111111' 111'1'i111'11 111 s111111s111' 11111-111 11ig'111s i11s1111111 111 11111 11511111 11111-11-111't 11111ys. '1'11is gives 11111111 s11111111111s Il 1'1111111T11 111 1:111'1iCi11:111' 111111 g'11i11 1-x111'1'11'111'11 111 11l'El11lZ1t1C worlq 'l1111- 11111 S111111111111111 lJ11l.5'S 11'111'1- "Wienics cn Wednesday" 111111 "E1mer". The 1'11st for 11111011165 1111 XYCK1Il6SC12l.5'iy 11111111111 111111 1'1'111111 1J1lll11llS, 111 SlJ11.L' 111- 1111-11 1'111t111'1' 1111j11y 111111111-s 1111 X1iCi11lCSf1ZLj'. '1'111- c11111'111't1-rs 11'1f1'11 11s 1111- lows: N111 XX'i11i11111 1"11s11-1' - 111111 111'1111ksl111'1' h12lC1i, 13111111111 - - - - - 11111 Ric111111' Mrs. 1"11stc1' - - 1111'1i1c 1111g'111 1511115 115 11 1111111 1111101 A11l1A1Zl1l. 1111- 11:111g'1111'1' - h111c11i1w XY111C1l 3111111111111 f:1st1'111'11i - - 11c11y 1,11'll3'14Jll "Elmer" is 1111- s1111'y 111 il 111'111111s11'1' 111111 111111115' 11111111-s 111'1'1'y'111i11g' 1Qlll'11 11111 111111 fm' c1'c1'y1111c1y. l11'1'1- is 11tc 1'11s1: 111111101 C11111C1' 171110 1112lllK11.1Jl'11 1X1iss 1'1111'y - Mrs. Collier C11111'1ot1Q Shoens 11111161-1 11l'UXY1l ,I 111111i1'. twin 1162111121 B1o11t11g111f Russ 5111111081111 ,11111i11. 111111 - H611-11 1Q11j:11:1 1'1ll11llj'1JC11C s - S11s:111 - 5102111116 11I1C1iC1' 11z111sy, 11111 clog' 1':11l'll S11c1111111 51111111 11c111-I1 1J11ve 311111111 Doris 11l'yIlll PF? MORRIS-SONIAN Freshmen Talent Night First Row, Left to Right: Marilyn Gray. Barbara Mason, Ruth Marshall, Betty lteirl, Loraine Recldington, lileanor .lean Daly, .loyre Latham, Norma Jean Buys. Second Row: ltoy Bajmeoek, Jeannette Cearlork, Kathleen llirk, lloh l!atlQ'li-V, Leona Lane, Mary Gaines, Mildred Mason. 'Fhird ltow: Janet Kidman, .lint Wilson, Ella Llarshall, 'llhe l"reslnnen worlcecl harcl to pnt on several skits .intl Nllllll plays to compete with the Sophoniores. ln the same manner they hacl specialty acts hetween the plays consisting of orchestral and other musical selections. 'Ilhe Sillllk' orchestra also playetl for the Sophomore night. One play was the story of a hig' had hnrglar who learnecl how to hnrg- larize from the larlies of the home he was rohlming. Xatnrally "Nobody Sleeps" so that is the title. 'llhe cast is: Spike. the hnrglar Roy llaheoek .Xcla lileanor ul. Daly Mrs. llnshy - , llelva Harper Glory - .loyce Carr Daisy ----- Marilyn Gray tlnr seeontl play was "Thanks Awfullyn. This story weaves aronntl a young artist who entertains his sister's hriclge clnh with a two word Conyer- sation "Thanks Awfullyn. Matters heeome complicated when his ex-ilaneee retnrns to apologize and he can ntter only "Thanks Awfully". lle inanages , tt- put enon Consists of: Richard Montague Dorothy Montague Marian. her friend A-Xnn Marsh. friend Carol - - - liclith Enid 5 ffh feeling into the worcls ancl patches np the affair. 'l his cast - 'lim lYilson - - lletty Reiml ,leannette Cearloelc - Klilclrecl Mason - bleanne llnys l,orraine Reclington - llarhara Nason Xanette - Carolyn, lisper -lane - s Xlrs. lloclrl Mrs. Sinythe - Mrs. llemingway Mrs. 'Iames-tlower 'l'rncly XXI-nn Kathleen llirlq Rnth Marshall .lanet liichnan Mary Gaines - Leona Lane lilla Marshall MORRIS-SONlAN Operetta of I946 lli Yah! Gypsy music, graceful dances, rhythm and romance were the ingredients that make the operetta, Tune In which was presented on .Xpril 25 and 26. The story is original and full of humor. The radio studio of station XY. 'l'. N. 'lf is the scene of the trials of ,loe Brown, who will lose his station unless he can obtain a contract for the liroggins Kuppined Codfish llour. A mystery soprano scheduled to appear on the test broadcast turns out to he lXlrs. liroggins who has considerably more amhition than ability. -loc and his friend jerry, the advertising manager for liixoggins, know that she will ruin the program. 'llo keep her off the air lliulcs, the announcer, holds her prisoner in a stalled elevator while Mitgi. the talented switchlmoard operator, sings in her place. lnsulted and "lllU'1'V, Nlr. Krofwins then forhids 'b. as her huslmand to sign the radio contract and has jerry tired. llowever, during' the course of a New Year's masquerade party Joe re- ceives word unexpectedly that he is heir to ten million dollars. as well as all the patents for "lcippering." Mir. Kroggins is thus forced to concede to his demands and all are in a juhilant mood as the curtain falls. THAT THING CALLED "SPACE" .-Xt tlrst we used a prologue, 'llo introduce this hook, Now we introduce this poem. 'llo till "that vacantl' look. Sounds crazy as the devil, Corny as a crook, llut whatls the matter? XYhat the heck, it's lilling' up the hook. The: Editors. 7 Q V i X if MORRIS-SONIA Football Fi1'Sl 1111w: Gl4I'2l111 Newmzm, B011 S111's1-11911, 1V1111111g 1 Second Row: 112111111 Buys, Dean E11'e111z1n, 1,1111ie 1301111111 1111111913 132111 C11e11e11. 131111 C11114. 1':1'I11Q .111111Js. T11i1'11 Row: Olie '1'1'e111ai1111, 111111 Di11g'1J1'. Ed Si1111111111s .1111 '1111111ev 111 1 1111113 D1111 1'11we1s1111. Fred G1'e1111y11, Carl Kist, D11r1'111 1105611 rx' 1 ' 11115 11-z11's 111111111111 511111111 1'x11111'11'111'1'11 21 v1'1'1' s11111M 11 1 1x111 1111151 mg s111'111111 111111 t11 111- 11111111111 111' 111111111111-11 F1-1111111- '1'1111 111111- 211111 1111110 111:11'1'11 f111'CC 1111111 1111 1111- .X11 111111111 tk 1111 1'1 51111 111lJ11f1S 111 f111111z1c11, 111116 C111'111'11 111 1111z11'1e1'11z1c11, 111111 1'1111 1.11. 1':1'111Q '1111lL'S 211111 511111 IJ11111111' 11111116 s111'111111 11-11111 with 0111 ,1x1Q1111111L 161 mg' 111111111111111- 111c11ti1111. '111111 1'Z111111Cl'S s1'111'e11 250 1111i111s :1g:1i11st 25 111111111 111111111111 111111 :1v1'1':1g'11 was 27.7 1111i11ts 111'1' g'z11111' with 11111 11111111 1 s L1 ' 11111111s 11k'1' g':11111-. Mt. NI111'1'1s . -111 IWC Mt. M111-1-is .. 2351 H1111ve1' 311. 11I111'1'is .. 32 139114119 . Mr. N101'1'1S . . 32 1J11vis1111 Ivlt, lV1111'1'is . . 2-1 Bee1'he1' 111. Morris . . 341 Keursley 311. LN1111'1'is . . 12 Fe11t1111 1111. .V1111'1'is . . 1151 F1llS1111lg XII. 1V1111'1'is .. 12 l'1i11 .,. MORRIS-SONIAN lil! SIMMUNIPS ILXLIC l'UI'INl'IN lflllilb HIIICAN .lll 'VUIINHI Alll l',,,,,,,'l,f ,lll Vmlnlulf VIII,-llI11'f.' QNm,h,I,w'HH,k 'JIIIIVII "1 1031011 IIIHICIA HY '.mu1,r. , -- I Y ' ' I 7' ' Nrwrnlrl Twin: ' U ""' "U" Ill-Vouulgf Half-buf-I.' Hl'f"""',!f I"'l U'l'Il'I 'l'IlICMAlNIi lun: q'u1,lfj End G II Il wl MORRlS-SONIAN ilUN I'UXVl'II,SHX l!lI,l, HlH'Il':Nl 'l'fl1'l-'lf' rlvllfllll' 'l'vu-l.'lr max KIQNYHN mxzlam, c 'ns1f:Ns 1xu:l.K1s'1 lim-I: 1'1'nIr'r 1',,,,,,.,. Um-L' 'l'fl4'l.'ll' Inl.I.l',RlAN I.Al.l ll LI NN MORRIS-SONIAN Seatod - Left to Right: Dirk Carver, Boh Cole, .lake l.aFttrgey, Ernie Joiios, Daisy Coe-lien. Stamliug: Com-li Bigvlow. Hill Berry. Otie Tl'8llli1i1l. .lark Keith, llill tlrewti- lllilll, .lou Podoloy. Basketball This yt-:tt"s lmslactliztll tt-:tm haul zt vt-ry sttcccssful st-ztsoti. wimiing sewn ottt ol 4-ight tti tht' Cotttity :tml ctght out ot twvlvc tot' the yvztti Scvttti lotta-t'titt'tt -.'vttt1'iiccl from lust yezu"s sqttztcl :incl two tit-w ttictiilaws wcrc- ztclclccl to this y0ztt"s sqttztcl. The tt-:uit totztllccl 611 points for :tit :tvt-t':tgv uf 38.1 points pct' gzuiic with their opponents collecting 564 points. Otic 'l't'4-ttiztitic lcd the scoring with 153 points. hc also ttiztcle thc .XII- Cotmty 'l'cztm with hloc Poclolcy mztkiiig thc sccoticl tczttii. 'ixl'K'lIl1liIlk' also mzttlo thc Stzttc Prop ll:tIl of lfzttttc. Mt. Morris . 29 Caro .. go Mt. Morris 27 Hoover . . . 2:1 Mt. Morris .. 352 fkflruiid lilaut' 320 Mt- Morris . . 22 Caro ..... Jil-C Mt. Morris . 42 Flint Tet-h ,151 Mt. Morris .. 355 :iClit,- ...... 13h Mt. Morris . . 51 Hoover . . Q21 Mt. Morris . . till tfiBe-ndle .. 44 lVIt. Morris . 725 lfllavisou . .. gt Mt. Morris 3153 :fiBevcl1er .. gli Mt. Morris . 42 'lfKe:trsley . 27 Mt. Morris . HT :l:FEllIOI1 .. 45 Mt. Morris .. 'lti ilflflusliing . 315 Mt. Morris . IIS Keursley . . 3:51 Mt. Morris . till Davison .. 227 Mt. Morris . 357 Flint Terh . G7 League Games. MORRIS-SONIAN ""' "5 WNV ,,MA,.3 41,,,.3y1.3N I.11,1, 4.1.1-.um Ill filllllfjl V ,I ,',,,,,.,. l"m :rural ' HHH H015 l'0l.l'f I III l'l4'1'IIY ' 4 . r l"m'H'1 ' f1,,,,,.,l l"m Il'lll'4I :nl i i'.XliYlCIl q,,,,,-,1 l"urlrur1l 'VIORRIS-SONIAN, Second Boys Basketball Y . , . , V . w . Efjillffll - ll!-'11 11: lxlgllli 111-1'11z11'1l Nl1'lXl'llZl0. Imy lialmwr-lc. llnlv lll2lllfll0l'Kl. .lull Zi'l'llll, lllbll lllngvr. 5111111111132 lloll Wilsmm. f'll1ll'lK'S ll111'111-lt. lloss I'l11glisl1, llllll Nl111'11l1y. ll11:1111 f211i1'li, f'11:11'l1 llloolnoly E1 Girls Basketball 1. 1,1 - , . t . fi ' . t 9 K11e11li11g'. Left to li1'ig'l11: .Xlury .Allll Georgie. Milliv XV2lIS0ll, llill'l1-lllil .lawn Louisa f'ill'l'0ll. Della Kelly. lGve'ly11 Hoes. Sr2111cli112'Z Nz1rli111- Glicldvll, Marg Daly, lCllc'11 SllElfl0ll, Miss Illukely. llfllllll Nl:1Qi1111. llvlly lililyltlll. -lllilllllt' l31'c'w1'1'. F ,-Q U rn CU CQ .M O G5 :- l-' 'MORRIS-SONIANM, em 'Q-fffi-23, Firsi How - Left to lliglitt .lark Alcilezu-liey. Leon Pifer. Wayne Pzirlis. Klein 112911. Sw-ond How: Clyde Hoover. Dean Polls, Pal liirlitvr, Roy llalurovk. Al llowi-rs .lurk Avrull. lloll llziflgley. Dzilv I oils, Karl lxisl. lxoger Milglllllj. Tliirfl Row: Osrur Hays, Dirk Furver, XVally Rogers, .Iolin vlillillll, llzirrol C'-os 1 vns. lmwis llorinan. Marla Reed. Fritz Cain. Georgv Sniitli, lion lynn, lion 'l'.1.-:xl Owen S1110lll0l'F'. Fourtli Now: Holi Cole. .lim lll'2lllPl'. Bill Bc-rry, llzxlv Nl2ll'Sllklll. Earl llovinr .lini XVilson. Owen Pringle. Oiio TI'k'lll1ll1l. Ross Polo. lion Powvlson, .lini llilclrelli 17011 Cook, RUSS linglisli, Fliurk Blll'll1'll. l.nVerne Hursli, Dirk C'hriSlizinson. First: lloli liziclgleiy. Gail llrooksliire. Harrold 'l'l'PHl?llll. .lov Mark. Dalel Bland ford, Hex Lzlllarr, Al Powers. Scwoncl Row: Don O'IJell. Owon llringlm-L, lleinn Ellillllilll, Dale Foenrfn, lllC'llZll'Il llelmigowslci. .lark Zerull. Jakv l.aFurgeiy, Russell Berkwitli. lid Nlutln-ws. 'l'l1ird Row: .lolin llc-ucli, lion llinger. Otie 'l'l'9lll2llll. Holm Talft, Folic-li llign-lon Hill Gwviiiiiuii. Jon Pocloley. llnzme Quick, -4- A C .Qi f O Q QU , gg I wg W! I EL 2,1 X sf 3' N ORRIS-SONI Eighth Grade AN n fd .-. 6 I 'J .- V. EV S ...- - .- ci, cn .- .- an C1 m G LJ b. S- cu U :f 50 5 C E 7. GJ cz 1. Q4 Q: w SD .- C ..- 5 E In Q2 2' ..- .- GJ A ... 5 .- .4 .- x--4 .- Ill .- k. ei aa ... Cd GJ U2 I 4.: .ST CL ..- .- 4.1 Q- Q3 Q va GJ E. bt 4 'U .-1 GJ ..- Q- 3 O C M ..- ?f 6 :J an :: if +- GJ S 'Ii P1 Q- 2- o L3 U7 ..- E EI :E E CD 1 r-1 Iv. E cn E3 -rs TE E 5. o 1: : 9' 5 C5 Q5 .1 : CD Di s: : 41 o '1 .J .- c D .2 4 GJ 1: E19 n Strong. , Maria I. i da A Lou 'Intyre, Mary lc dgeley, Nancy 3 DB. yP irle h S ff. Hu Pat Severn, ance, Ken- ll Ba Bill Gardy. Smith, Max ly 91' ,J -kett dl H 01151211109 ss C M I. Sylveste 11 Do OXV I H Sec-ond anding: SI Beardsley. Kelly Gillette. Hoge dgely, E Gary Henry, , llivk l'tl1l2i11 Ha lon l.aMay, L rth Ba GSS H Wallace Of-Y. D h net eon La Vene. 1. de ll Ra yn Marl 11, Newnia t. Gerald Hit , Jaek l, Q in nies La Po .la I 'U I-11 S 11 5 cc : c C 5 o .. IL no 5 :Tx o '1 .J GJ a If CD UZ -:-' O C sl cu .- ES F' CU N.. CU 5 .-7 .C 5 ,- .- L7 r :U E 2 za .T-3 si 111 cv I cu S O LJ 5 c M 'F-7 .il .C E- ? 5 .J ei c fc: 5 -c E- VZ C11 -1 Z TJ U2 ll. If rd V P. m .- C1 cu T A - I 5 c 4 1 GJ .- :- E U 1.5 .- O Z cd z Cl 3 91 A : p. .E .- ce 'I ..- .- .- C5 .- C .Cl U1 5 .- ..- IL if. . - 2. 5-4 - - , F' CD ..- 'C hom. T 95' Shirl Severance. Stinson, Shirley D 0 n ger. lun s LN H1119 .I on Turpin, hell. D K. it , Dcyle K Ilor . 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Sgt. llxilc lloyl , ,,,, ..YA., iXl1ll'lllCS Sccmicl l,t. Ralph Slrullvx' ...., ,, .Xrmy l'vt'. XlVClll1lg'llhll lil'HXYll , ,Xrmy l'vl. Lcsliv Hull- 7,,, ., ,,,, ,, fxfllly S lfu ilillwrl XX'Ciss ,, , ,Y,,,,,,,,,,. Navy Clmrlvs Sullivan .Y,,,, , Navy ,-Xil' Curps l':llSlg'11 llfmulcl l,:1n11us4m ,,,,, Y, Navy .Xir Corps Sgt. ,lack l,:1ws1m1 ...... ., .Xrniy M 19225 -Iohn CoStello ,,YY.,....... 1921 Sec. l.t. Mary Costello Lt. Francis Slattery .. 1920 NUM Bfc Yern Klclntyie 19222 it 4 ORRIS-SONIAN Alumni ln Service Navy Wacs Navy Na v y l'vt. heralcl Card ....,. .Xrmy Clare lleclqer ........... Navy v- 1929 Sgt. llngh Steele ,,Y,,, Army joseph Rapley ,.,... .. Navy 1931? lleryl llccker ....,A.. ,... .. .-'Xriny llonalcl Xlclienzie ,Y,.,,,, Navy 1931 liclxvin Conquest ......,....,. zxflllff Cpl. Ralph Luce ,,,Y,,,,,,,, .Xrmy 9 um: bloc llenslce ..7,.,.....,,,,,.,..,, J ,,,.,,,,, .. Jxflllj' Pfc. l.yle llorlgaes .,.. .Xrmy .Xir Corps 'l' 4 lflvan C. XYilliams ,,,YYYA..,,,,,,, .Xrmy 1933 Chp. Stanley McKenzie .Xrmy Sexvall Alnnger ..,V.111.111. .Xrmy Lester XYard .,..,,, .Xrniy lieu-yl Matney ,111111,,,1111 rxflllj' S Zfc .rXlfrecl-llerriclq Navy R. vl Hunger ,,...,..,.,,........ Xrnly 193-L llcrnarcl Upper .....Y,,,,..,,.. .XTINX l.t. I l.t. Pvt Pvt. Pfc. Pte. MO. Pvt alnes Moore ,,,.,,.. .Nlton flriswolcl .. Rohert XYelsh .,,,, llarrison Keller llaroltl llohh .,.,. .Xrnolcl lloyt ..,,. . MM Sfc XX'esley 1935 .Xrnolcl Davis ,.,... Creighton lxilllian ,Y.,,,.. Navy Army .-Xrmy .X rnny .Xrnz y .Xi-my Nysxvaner .Xrmy .X. .X. l. Cpl. Donald Snietllev ...l , ll Navy -Xrmy Lt. Marguerite Doe Army Nurse Corps Pfc. Lawrence Robinson ..,, ,Y,A. . 1936 Walter Mclhnurray ....... . First Sgt. George Reicl lst l.t. Douglas Doe ,,..,..,..,... rXrn'.y .Xrmy :X A lf Zncl l,t. Linn C. Smith Navy .Xir Corps: Cpl. jack Howland ..,..........., ll MXC lfflxvin Hoclgeg . Robert Xlilkins .,..............,...... Pvt. .lay ll-earcl ........ .Nriny Plc. Nelson Cheney .,.......,,,.. V SK lfe llurton Smith 1 937 Pfc. llernlan tlerlach ..... Sli .VC Rohert llohh ..,.. Lloyd lliehl ,...,....,......,,. H .Xrthni lliookey ..... 1938 Ensign Rohert lforhes Cpl. Kenneth Roth ...... Sgt. ,Iohn Mcliay Lt. Roger lileclcroxv .lack Simons ........,...w.,,., N , Sgt. lfllsxvorth Peterson 'll-5 john XYilliams ,........ 'll-4ll'lrances Carroll .,,............... Sec. Lt. Lucille lXlcCormiCk .X w Cpl. james Fraser ..,.,.,............ 19357 Lt. tfflj lflrerleriek Poxvell ,. llariy Symons ...,,..,.... .,,..,,,, lilnsign Clare 'Flicker .... l.t. jack Mcllerinaifl .... Ariny Navy 4Xrn1j.' Air Corps . .-Xrxny . N a v 5 . .Xrmy .-Xrmy Marines Navy . Navy . .-X rmy .-Xriny .Xriny Marines Army . Army 1YaeS rmy Nurse Army Navy . Army .. Navy . Army 'llecl Cnnninghm ........ :Xrmy llasil Conquest .,,......,...,.,,,,.,..AV,V-,- ,M-,mf .,XfC Rohert Carlson .Xrmy .Xir Corp-S Perry Latimer ..,... ...,..,.,..,,,,..,,,,Vwq, A Ax,-my Pvt. rlltblll Conway ,,......,.,,,,. H Klglfiugg Pte. Overton lN'lcl"arlancl ....,. Marines :VC jaines Milne ............ yxfllly' Lt. joseph Calder ..., .Xrinv Ralph llorning' ..., .Xl-ma' Martin Stewart ..... ,X rniy .Xrnly MORRIS-SONIAN Alumni ln Service H140 Lt. Gerald Decker .... Navy Air Corps Cpl. Lloyd Decker ,... Navy AirCorps Lt. lYayne Schoeppach Army AirCorps Cpl. li. bl, Gowin .,A..,......,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Army l'fe. Robert llettengill .............,.. Army Cpl. Ralph Martin .....,7.,7,.v,,,.... Marines l'fe. Norman Atkins Army Air Corps 1941 AIS Raymond Watson ...,., ,.......,. N avy SfSg't. llruce Finn .... Army Air Corps lfns. Maurice Prottengeier .,i..... Navy l'fc. XYilliam Thompson .... Army jesse Merrill ................,i..., Navy l'vt. Stanley l'uchala ..... Army l'fe. Albert Toth .,.,......... Aflllf' l'fc. Franklin Smith .,.., Army Lawrence Mattis .,.,.....ti Navy SfSgt. lYilliam Kinney A... Army Leo XYray ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,.,,,..,. Army l'fc. Zelbie Mathews ............i....... Army lfns. Betty Montague Navy Nurse Corps I0-I2 Robert llramblett .,Y..... Navy Air Corps .VC Donald Gray .,...... Navy Air Corps Cpl. lilwyn Smith .,...ii...i......... Marines Cpl. James .lakeway .... Army Air Corps AM Sfc john Newton ................ Navy l'vt. llarley Davison .,i,.i. . Navy Cpl. Kenneth Smith ,..., Army l'vt. ,lames Williams ..... Army 19-13 Pvt. Francis Marshall ....,.. Army R. M. Sfc Lewis Hodges ..... . ll. A, lfc Robert Zerull ..Y..Y . C. M. Sfc Merle Deckei '....., . S lfc Robert Packer ..,.... . Pvt. Donald johnson ..... Duane Gillett ............,.. Donald Haynes ..... llernard lloyd , ...,....... .. , 1944 HA Zfc George XYatson ..,,,, . S lfc Kenneth Adair .... . Pvt. Hugh XYeaver ..,,.. S Zfc XYilliam Carr ..... . Navy Navy Navy Navy Arm v Army Arm y Navy Na v y N a v y A rm y Navy S lfc llernard Dunn ...,,. S lfc john Cosens .....,. William Gallagher ........... l'vt. Richard llowland ...,,. ,.... S Zfc Robert Reppenhagen Dallas llawley ............ Army Air Rollin Carpenter ..... ............... F Zfc john Lenox .... F Zfc llob XYilcox ,,,,.,.... S lfc Manley llaldwin ..,., S Zfc lfverett lfnglish ..... Don Schneider ..... p ......... . S Zfc john Kelley .... llvt. Gerald llenson ..... S Zfc Ralph lfngle .......,..... HA lfc Marion .lewett ..... Pvt. Leon Brown .........,. 1945 SK .Ve XYilliam Rockwell ..,,.., S Zfe Tally Griffiths ......... S Zfe Norman Card ....... S Zfc XYilliam liarl ,,,.,.. Pvt. Richard Knioll ....................... A. M. Sfc llarold lluffmeyer S lfc Robert Mayle .................... S Zfc Lester llotraflca ...,.......... llvt. Sam Ray ...,......., Army - Quiri- MM Zfc Paul Pringle ................,... S lfc llill Anderson .,....... F Zfe Lyle llabbershaw .... . S Zfc Donald Snapp ..............,. HA lfc Murray McKenzie S Zfc Carl Kist ....,................. F lfe Robert llabbercorn ....... Navy Navy Navy Army Navy Corps Army .'. vv Na i Navy Navy Navy Army Navy Army Navy Navy Army Navy Navy Navy Navy Army Navy Navy Navy Corps Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy S Zfc lfrnest Maynard ...., .. Navy F Zfe Ray Kenworthy ..... . Navy George Gilbert ....,,.,....... .. Navy Duane johnson ..... . Army Lindy Daig ..,,................. Army Keith llilliker F lfe ...,.. ,, Navy Hill lleidebreicht .........,.. . Army Ken Timm ........... ..,... . .. .. Navy XX'illis Taylor ..... ...,.,.....,,,.....,,..,, . Army Rnd Lavely ...... Merchant Marines MORRIS-SONIAN Am am QWWH I Q ' Hi lb ' 4 I Q 1 'iagg' ua 1 5 fl MORRIS-SONlAN, , Class of 1894 Fred Selby, State Government Worke1', Lansing Nellie Hart, Mrs. Fred Selby, Deceased Lulu Callow, Mrs. Archie Bray, Florida Ethel Scott, Deceased Class of 1895 Robert Benson, Doctor, Portland, Oregon Daisy Lounsbury. Deceased Carrie Hamner, Deceased Class of 1896 No Graduates Class of 1897 Mable Berry, Mrs, Lloyd Hilsinger, Mt. Morris Julia Burroughs, Mrs. Sonner, Sunnyside. Washington Olive Skutt, Mrs. Hostler, Anchorage, Alaska John Benson, Medical Doctor, Flint Charles Dunn, Lakeshore Railroad, Toledo, Ohio J. Brock, Houston, Texas Ray Morgan Charles Morgan, Saginaw John Cashin, Saginaw G. Rolland Scott, Buick, Flint Class of 1898 Pearl Simons. Mrs, Blackman, Deceased Class of 1903 Ella Russsel, Mrs. James Burns, Mt, Morris Rose Hughes, Mrs. Callahan, Flint Weston Sellers, Deceased Harry Gillette, Township Supervisor. Clio Fern Johnson, Mrs. Gillette, Flint Class of 1994 Grace Kelly, Bookkeeper, Flint Gertrude Williams. Mrs. A. C. Montague, Mt. Morris Fred Bryan, Detroit Class of 1995 Archie Simons, California Floyd Upton, Collecting Agency. Flint Vivi Brown. Mrs. Rex Deland, Deceased Mollie McManus, Mrs. Jim Duffin, Chcboygan Mabel Griswold, Mrs. Floyd Tucker, Rochester Mabel Sharick. Mrs. Silcox, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Class of 1906 Florence Utley. Mrs. Leslie Gillett, Flint Ralph Gillett, Palace Coach, Clio Mabel Hurd, Mrs, Pattison, Deceased Class of 1907 Grace Pailthorp, Mrs. Herbert Preston, Warsaw, N. Y Gertrude McGinnis, Mrs. Roswell Mulkins, Flushing Bertha Johnson, Mrs. Harrv Gillette, Clio George Blackney, Buick, Flint Fern Simons, Deceased Mary McCarthy. Mrs. William Burns, Mt. Morris Class of 1998 Ralph Montague, Minister Ernest Montague, Farmer. Clio Mary Mulvanev. Mrs. Richardson, Deceased Class of 1909 Raymond Nixon, Farmer, Mt. Morris Inez Marshall, Teacher, Mt. Mor1'is Mabel Knickerbocker, Mrs. Ed. Willman, Hart Iva Belle Simons, Mrs. Bernard O'Brien. Clio Zita Russell, Mrs. Thomas Kearney, Mt. Morris Edward McCarthy, Farmer, Mt, Morris Arnold Upton, Hubbard Hardware, Flint Clayton Johnson, Insurance man, Flint John Murphy, Dentist, Detroit Class of 1910 Francis Knickerbocker, Oldsmobile. Mt. Morris Eva Andrews, Mrs. Nathan Seeley, Colorado Hazel Hammond, Mrs. Dee Ferguson Class of 1911 Helen Costello, Dupont, Flint Blanche Maxwell, Mrs, Rex Stanley. Sault Ste. Marie Irene Culliton, Mrs. Cassius Kelly, Mt. Morris Josephine Mulvaney, Mrs. William Nolan, Flint Hazel Leland, Mrs. William Duwe, Saginaw Charles Murphy. Deceased Class of 1912 Martin McGinnis, Real Estate, Flint Clifford Hoyt, Buick, Mt. Morris Helen McCarthy, Mrs. McGinnis, Deceased Robert Plumb, Hubbard Hardware, F'lint Carl Brown, Farmer, Mt. Morris Anna Murphy, Mrs. Earl Gartland, Flint Ethel Taylor, Mrs. Murray Felt, Flint Fern Maginn, Mrs. James Mitchell, Detroit Class of 1913 Ada Smith, Mrs. Earl Sparks, Mt. Morris Don Maginn, Genesee County Herald, Mt. Morris Alumni Clare Knickerbocker, Farmer, Mt. Morris Leslie Graves, Deceased Mary DeLaVergne, Mrs, James, Deceased Mary Murphy, Teacher, Flint Gladys Scott, Mrs, Drudge, Genesee Class of 1914 Zana Hilsinger, Mrs. Charles Haver, Mt. Morris Ruth Brady, Mrs. Oulette, Bay City Alma. DeLeVergne, Deceased Kathleen Graham, Mrs. Bartley King, Washington, D. C. Pearl Upper Bert Scott, Chevrolet Motoi' Co., Gcnesse - Bert Smith, Fisher Body. Mt, Morris Roy Hammond, Farmer, Clio Eva Owens, Mrs. Stuart, Flint Class of 1915 Rhea Serven, Mrs. George Goodman, Mt. Morris Helen Burns, Bookkeeper, Mt. Morris Edith Thompson, Mrs. George Stanley Madge Hilsinger, Mrs. Verl Huffman, Mt, Morris Class of 1916 Della Sharrick. Married, Lapeer Lora Knight, Mrs. Dowdy, Flint Frances Knight, Mrs. Spillane, Flint Lucian Simons, Genesee Bank, Flint Harry DeLeVergne, Mt. Morris Beulah Horton, Mrs. Fred Funsch, Genesee Rossie Kelley, Deceased Max Butterfield, Flint Mildred Brady, Mrs. Roy Hammond, Clio John Knickerbocker, Farmer, Mt. Morris Class of 1917 Meredith Black, Chevrolet. Detroit Harry Griffin, Buick, Flint Nellie Kelley, Flint Mildred Hilsinger, Mrs. John Knickerbocker, Mt. Morris Everett Ludwig, Collecting Agency, Flint Mary Maginn, Mrs. Rolf Helgeby, Flint Vletta McGinnis. Mrs. Lloyd Denton, Kalkaska Class of 1918 Ella Russell, Mrs. Marion Waltmire, Flint Emile Russell, Deceased Helen Begole, Married, Detroit Class of 1919 Francis Bray, Ohio Gerald Maginn, Genesee county Bank, F'lint Ralph Rhodes, Minister, Flint Miles Murphy, Doctor, Grand Rapids Charlotte Fuller, Mrs. James Murphy, Mt. Morris Laura Mason, Mrs. Lee Zcrull, Mt. Morris Ann Murphy, Mrs. Paul Gadola, Flint Sadie Bray, Mrs. Jess Austin, Detroit Leone Hackney, Mrs. Wendell Lindsay. Detroit Thelma Berry, Mrs. Michael Dillon, Baltimore. Md Class of 1929 Charles Mason, Gas Station, Mt. Morris William Schofield, Relief Investigator, Flint Merna Berry, Mrs. Hunt, Russellville Erma Ridley, Married, Detroit Ethel Blackfor, Mrs, Albert Slarie, Flint Class ol' 1921 Morgan Dodder, Gas Station, Flint Ralph Hilsinger, Belmont, Mass, Alice Ross, Mrs. Ralph Upper, Lansing Orville Swartz, Buick, Flint Mary Vermette, Mrs. John Mullally, Mt. Morris Zola Simons, Mrs. Jack Smith, Deceased Clarence Werle, Deceased Ralph Partridge, Thresher, Cass City Casper Douglas Kenny George Tracey, Deceased Gladys Wisner, Deceased Velma Echin, Mrs. Brown, Clio Do1'othy Domine. Mrs. Kenneth Myers, Flint Beatrice Brady, Mrs. William Connor, Flint Helen Magrane. Physical Education, Ypsilanti Helen Wright, Mrs. Howard Temby, Flint Edna Hunt, Married, Flint Rena Maxwell, Nurse, Overseas Alta Upper, Mrs, Howard Dewey, California Wilfred Layton, Fruit Store. Jackson Class of 1923 Gladys Lindsay, Mrs. Milo McIntyre, Mt, Morris Harold Pailthorpe, Methodist Minister Norma Berry, Kenneth LaGal1ey, Port Huron Roger Partridge, Farmer, Mt. Morris Lola Becker, Mrs, Jack Hawes, Lansing John Costello, Dentist, Flint Beatrice Green, Mrs. Harold Phipps, Clio Genevieve Flynn, Home. Mt. Morris MOR Henry Balgooyan, Bank Auditor, N. Y. City ' Earle Stine, Minister, Chicago Class nf 1924 Frances Slattery, Medical Doctor, Clare Kenneth Stadler, Farmer, Mt. Morris Frances Briggs, Mrs. Harvey Adair, Mt. Morris Milo McIntyre, Lindsay's Store, Mt. Morris Steward Moore, Deceased Raymond Mason, Farmer. Mt. Morris Doro'hy Hilsinger, Mrs. Roy Adair, Detroit Eva Randall, Mrs. Cecil Summers, Mt. Morris Eloise Hilsinger, Mrs. Charles Gray, Mt. Mo1'ris Grant Robinson tArmyl Discharged Gerald Bigelow, Citizen's Bank, Genesee Donna Hackney, Mrs. Leo Clark. Clio Laureita Trafford, Married, Flint Fidna Elliott, Mrs, Frank Gower, Flint Gordon Slattery, Postmaster, Hillman Sidney Icke. Camera Shop, Flint Mary Costello. W, A. C. ' Marjorie Stenhens, Mrs. Grant Robinson. Florida Raymond 0'Connor, Citv Auditor, Detroit Frankie Nickols, Married. Flint Pauline Murphy. Mrs. William Walters, Flint Russell Blue, Flint Kenneth Blue, Flint Mildred Marzrane. Married, Detroit Class of 1925 Greta Funsck, Mrs. John O'Toole, Mt. Morris Frenccs Burck, Married, Flint Tone Colling. Mrs Gilbert Piley, Swartz Creek F"ed Gerlack, Policeman, Flint Dorothy Hobson, Bookkeer-er. Flint Isabelle Layton, Mrs. Harley Wedcll, Jackson Helen McCarty, Mrs. H. F. Lambcrton, Mt. Mor1'is Chris McGarry, Fenton Iiinford Montney, Flint Florence Trafford, Mrs, Holloran, Flint Arthur Freeman, Buick, Flint Mabel Gamertsfelder, Mrs. Schultz, Chicago, Ill Beatrice Garbett, Married, Toronto, Ggngrda Russ'-I Beach. Bank inspector, Flint Class of 1926 Queenie Brown. Mrs, Douglas Logan. Mt. Morris Luella BuvsfMrs. Franklin Glynn, Mt. Morris Clarissa Gray, Deceased Geraldine Hilsinger. Mrs. Frank Maxwell, Mt. Morris Lee Smith. Buick, Mt. Morris Gilbert Weiss, Navy, Deceased Fern- Rav. Mrs. Gilbert Allis. Mt, Morris Albert Collins. Marvel Schebler Carburetor Division. Pine Run, Michigan Walter Randall, Factory. Mt. Morris Emery Slioens, Buick, Mt. Morris Marjorie Berry, Mrs. Driss Knickerbocker, Flint Nita Burley. Mrs. Howard Wager, Flint Frank Malia, Contractor, Chicago. Ill. Edgar Collins, Fisher Body, Fostoria Fern McIntyre, Navy. Francis O'Toole, Detroit Samuel J. Moore, Cincinnati, Ohio Bill Costello, Chevrolet Accountant. Flint Eunice Allis, Mrs. Clayton Edwards, Vienna Pauline Eaffen. Mrs. Ernes Secord, Mt. Morris Class of 1927 Walter Davis. Factory, Mt. Morris Frank Maxwell, Buick, Mt. Morris Louise Allis. Mrs. Gilbert Weiss, Mt. Morris Robert Doyle, Chevrolet, Atlas Evelyn Gerlack, Mrs. A. Lee Brown. Chicago Walter Wright, Feed Store, Mt. Morris Rose Miller, Mrs, Keith Ennis. Mt. Morris Ronald Bigelow. Teacher and Coach. Mt Morris Gladys Ennis. Mrs. Clarence Bellinger, Mt. Morris Helen Golley, Deceased Fred Brock, Missionary to Navajo Indians, Arizona Mildred Partridge, Beauty Shoppe, Mt. Morris Arnold Maginn, Maginn Plumbing Co.. Goodrich. Raymond Somers, Dentist, Trenton Kenneth Phillips, Dairyman, Kalamazoo. Zita McGarry, Home, Mt. Morris Alden Chandler, Klng's Daughters, Flint Leo Morrissey, Kalamazoo Mary Polimac, Married, Flint Terry Gibson, Automobile Salesman, Saginaw Joseph Stimac, Buick, Flint Myrtle I-Iusted, Mrs. Thorine Leo Dolan, Contractor, Mt. Morris Beatrice Robinson, Mrs. Gerald Malia, Chicago, Ill. Lawrence Gay, Trucker, Dearborn RIS-SONlAN..: Alumni Kathleen Juckette, Mrs. Robert Gibbs, Port Huron Class of IU28 Gerald Card, Carpenter, Mt. Morris Franklin Glynn, A. C.. Mt. Morris Marion Hobson, Married, Lapeer Berneita Lindsay, Nurse, Mt. Morris John Burch, Flint News-Advertiser, Flint Eileen Funsch, Chevrolet Office, Mt. Morris Gerald Black, Chrysler, Detroit Nellie Wilson, Mrs. Austin Englehart, Terre Haute Clare Becker, U. S. Navy Verla Caverly, Mrs. Jack Bebcr, Pontiac Dorothy Magrane, Detroit John Luce, Marjohnellc Farm, Flint Frances Wright, Mrs. Roy Johnson, Mt. Morris Arkland Benz, Mrs. Oliver Cousins, Flint Bernice White. Teacher, Clio, Class of 1929 Ronald Partridge, A. C., Clio Hugh Steele, Army James Joy, Fisher Body, Flint Bruce Maxwell. Continental Bakinq Co.. F'int Gwenola Serven, Mrs. Clarence Siebert, Flint Daisy Randall, Mrs. George Smith, Detroit Sylvia Partridge, Mrs. Orrin Sopper, Flint John Oliver, California Marion Stephens, Mrs. Edward Potter. Flint E Doris Robinson, Mrs. John Akridlze, Mt. Morris Ray Williams, Supt, of Schools, Standish Marian Pinney, Mrs. Leonard Lawley, Flint Joseph Rapley, Army Ordnance William Thompson, Hartford. Connecticut Dallas Sigwort, Dentist, Durand Flare Schepler, Flint Gladys Benson-, Mrs. Norris. Jackson Margaret McGarry, Mrs. Earl Eisell, Detroit Roderick Somers, Chevrolet, Flint Mary Goodall, Mrs. Gordon. Swartz Creek Hazel Goff. Mrs. B. E. Hultte, Detroit Class of 1930 Pauline Collins. Mrs. David Dempsey. Flushing Sabra Wager, Mrs. Clifford Culver. Roflcrsville Mildred Emerson, Mrs. Keith Montague, Clio Howard Bigelow, Kurtz Gravel Co.. Flint Donald Montague. Electrician, Mt. Morris Beryl Becker, Army Mildred Wright. Mrs. Thomas Hilgris, Clio Donald Brock, Engineer, Saginaw Anna Conquest, Mt. Morris A Reatha Mills. Mrs. Peter Loomis. Mt. Morris Henrietta Wrirrht. Mrs. Elmer Lehman. Clio Mary Ella Pailthrone, Mrs. Clarence Russell, St. Charles Clarence Russell, St. Charles Cora Loomis, Chevrolet Office, Genesee Donald McKenzie. Navy Mathew Brown, Chevrolet, Genesee Wavne Skutt, Army Ruth Cavirly, Mrs. Ray Gray, Fenton Leslie Decker, Factory, Flint Marvell Tidball, Melrose Park, Chicago, Illinois Sam Bardwell. C. C. C. Class of l!l3l Darlene Freeman. Mrs. Walter Becrman. Mt. Morris Ooalee Babcock, Mrs, Lee Smith. Mt. Morris Gordon Cornell, ABLP Store, Mt. Morris Dori, Troop. Chevrolet. Clio Maxwell Collins, Chemist, Kentucky Edwin Conquest, Home, Mt, Morris Vera Martin, Mrs. Sewell Munger, Mt. Morris Francis Howe. Buick, Mt. Morris Ralph Luce, Army Clyde Tidball. Factory. Genesee Doris Marshall, Teacher, Mt. Moi'ris Celia Betzold, Mrs. G. Hott. Flint Harriet Dean. Mrs. James Moran, Detroit Clarabelle Mallory, Mrs. Malaski, Flint Pcarline Wilson, Mrs. Basil Fournier, Flint Dorothy Dodge, Mrs. Randall Kippe, Columbiaville Harold Griswold, Army Robert Jov. Buick, Mt, Morris Shirley Gleason, Mrs. Harry Andrews, Bloomfield Hills Leon Thompson, Candy Factory, Fulton, New York Florence Thompson, Mrs. Harold Phelps, Red Creek, New York Kathleen Brown. Mrs. Wallace Gushen, Mt, Morris Howard Whaley. Buick, Clio Robert Plew, Flint Clark St. John, Genesee Tool 85 Die Co., Grand Blame Floyd Stevens, Factory, Mt. Morris Dorothy Hodge, Mrs. Fred Kitchen, Genesee MORRIS-SONIAN Alumni Geraldine Schlosser. Mrs. Roy Adams, Detroit Harold Hart, Factory. Flint Mary Taylor, Therapist, Flint William Hicks, Flint Elizabeth Earley, Flint Alice Page, Mrs. Hamilton, Beauty Operator, Flint Holden Ackerman, Factory, Flint Edward Harwood, Fisher Body, Flint Theodore Bacon, Factory, Flint Juanita Marion. Mrs. Riley, Flint Mabel Becker, Mrs. Raymond Hopkins, Flint Ewlyia Danner. Mrs. Glen Hodges, Mt. Morris Class 0-f 1932 lla Brown, Mrs. Donald Montague, Mt. Morris Glen Hodges, Home, Mt. Morris Wilfred Reppenhagen, Printer, Detroit Ruth Whaley, Mrs. Zink, Clio Rena Drudge, Mrs. Otto Grave, Flint Evan Williams, Army Martha Bezenah. Waves John Stucky, Farmer, Flushing Joe Genske, Army Kelth Montague, Farmer, Clio John Mahoney, A. C., Flint A116110 Hilsinger, Mrs. Kenneth Cosens, East Lansing Wiley Dickenson, Hudsons, Detroit Beifny Whaley, Minister, Detroit Nina Phillips, Mrs. Dort Troop, Clio Silas Fleetwood, Arinv. Discharged, Mt. Morris Sherman Tidball, A. C., Clio Tom Pounder, Recreation Director, Flint Genevieve Hammel, Mrs. Joseph Brown, Mt. Morris Violet Gamertsfelder, Mrs. Wilfred Reppcnhagen, Detroit Arthur Bently, Fisher Bodv, Rogersville Leone Severn, Mrs. Joe Gcnske, Washington. D. C. Russel Caverly, Army Johnson Hackney, Home, Grand Blanc Delores Brown, Mrs. Harvey Mathews. Mt. Morris Helen Thrawcr, Married, Mt, Morris Lawrence Weyeker, Plymouth, Royal Oak Ilyle Hodge. Discharged Erma Hammel, Flint Ruby Hodges, Mrs. Erwin Hodges, Flint Harold Anderson, Mt. Morris Ina Proper, Mrs. Vernon Scott, Genesee Howard Hart, Flint Paul Recser, Chevrolet, Genesee Leah Rhodes, Mrs. Ray Lakie, Chicago, Ill. Madeline Mitchell Alma Pardee, Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Flint Velma Duplessis, Married, Davison Doris Grendyiak, Flint Millard Schoens, Buick, Mt. Morris Burney Landon, Buick, Mt. Morris Nora Brown, Mrs. Russel Marty, Mt. Morris Charles Lucia, Flint Eva Hoffmever, Mrs. Leon Parker, Detroit Class of 1933 Kenneth Coscns, Teacher, East Lansing Lucille Bezenah, Mrs. Fred Shade, Flint Rayirond Ris'ng, Buick. Mt. Morris Elbern Brown, Mt. Morris Ailine Carroll, Mrs. Stanley McKenzie Sydney Gamble, Deceased Hugh Brackrog, A. C., Mt. Morris Stanley McKenzie, Army Laura Kentish, Mrs. Howard Bigelow, Flint Harold Dee, Army Paul Ray, Teacher, Ilion, N. Y. Mary Belle O'Brien, Mrs. Keith Burch, Clio Lester Ward, Army Charles Podoley, New Jersey Leah Jane Farrington, Mrs. Jack Van Wafro""", Mt. Morris Janetha Kenyon, Mrs. Donald Brock, Saginaw Jack Murray, Discharged, Flint Gordon Rockwell, Army Mae Whaley, Mrs. Herbert Ferry, Crosswcll Robert Rapley, Houghton Lake Sewall Munger, Army Evelyn Johnson, Mrs. Charles Hect, Columbiaville Donald Reppenhagen, Bancroft Hazel McDowell, Washington, D. C. Elmer Bobb, Palace Travel Coach, Genesee Beryl Matney, Army Alfred Herrick. Navy Virgil Doe, Army Air Corps Beatrice Becker, Internal Revenue, Detroit Nellie Hillier, Married, Hillman Morman Hoffman, Teacher, Flint Glen VanLuven, Flint Charlotte Beach, Flint R. J. Munger, Army Pauline Spiker, Mrs. H. Schofield, Flint Pauline Scafe, Married. Davison Arthur Decker, Aurora, Ill. Ila Thompson, Mrs. H. Schultz, Mt. Morris Annes Bonner, Home. Mt. Morris Roy Trafford Lynn Terry Charles Riley Floyd Anklan Clayton Smith Clarence Edwards Robert Covert William Page Jack Crooks Kenneth Carr Class of 1931 Llcne Brown, Mrs. Harold Bobo. Genesee Dorothy Marshall, Mrs. Herman Brown, Mt. Morris Bernard Upper, Army Robert Welch, Army Bruce Brock, Buick, Mt. Morris William Sweet, Florida Alton Griswold, Army Helen Farrington, Mrs. Carl Ammerman, Florida Ida Smith, Mrs. Wesley Nyswaner, Otisville James Moore, Navy Harrison Keller, Army Edna Gale, Mrs. Bud Barkhnm, California Mildred Martin. Mrs. Emorv Shoens, Mt. Morris Margaret O'Kelly, Mt. Morris Laura Mclntyre, Mt. Morris Martha Pinkston. Married, Flint. Vera Betzgold, Married. Flint Bruce Marshall, Farmer, Mt. Morris Orville St. John, Army Donald Rockwell, Army Willis Carroll, Chevrolet, Mt. Morris Harold Bobb, Army Arnold Holt. Army Mary Ann Dean, Mrs. Homer. Flint Margaret Langdon, Flint Christine Skinner, Married, Mt. Morris Viola Stanley, Mrs. McKeever, Flint Carl Ammerman, Florida Wilma Ammerman, Mrs. Leon Harrow, Texas Rose Engle, Mrs. Lowell, Mt, Morris Wesley Nyswaner, Army Ada Mae Matney, Mrs. Baller, Flint Margaret Evans, Mt, Morri LaVerne Pyne, Mrs. John Merril, Mt. Morris Erwin Dodge, Farmer. Clio Ellen Lucas, Chevrolet, Flint Richard Carrier, Buick, Mt. Morris Paul Montague - Clio John Merrill, Buick, Mt. Morris Evelyn Greaves, Married, Genesee Lloyd Tucker, Flint Judson Berry, Home, Birch Run Raymond Hitchcock, Detroit Edith Hammel. Married, Flint Class of N135 Virginia Danner, Mrs. Don Rockwell, Mt. Morris Margie Lawrence, Mrs. Fred Knoodle. MC- M01'l'iS Margaret Gamble, Mrs. Paul Montague, Clio Charity Scott, Married, Mt. Morris Goldie Tidball, Mrs. Arthur Baucher, Clio Eleanor Turfus, Mrs. Robert La Rue, Flint Mabel Cook, Mrs. O'Connor, Deceased Marguerite Russell, Mrs. Erwin Dodge. Clio Zelda Beard, Mrs. Harold Beard, California Caroline Gerlack, Mrs. Paul Hinze, Chicago, Ill. J. T. Serven, Flint Journal, Mt. Morris Thomas Haley, Buick, Flint Marguerite Doe, Nurse, England Clifford Caverly William Lockard Doris Short, Married, Mt. Morris Roy Sedge Dorothy Heald, Kern's, Detroit Mervyn Carver, Buick, Lapeer Floyd Swart, Army Esther Schroeder, Nurse. Flint Eunice Hitchcock James Hurry Carl Ureh, Army Greighton Killian. Army Julie Rearick, Married Dorothy Simmonds, Clio MORRlS-SONIAN- Phyllis Reppenhagen, Nurse, Training, Chicago Alfred Aldrich Fred Steele, Mt. Morris, 4Dischargedu George Evans, Buick, Flint Gwendolvnne Keyes, Mrs. Jack Trimball, Flint Rena Goodman, Mrs. Beverly Tyrrell. Mt. Morris Mildred Wilson, Chevrolet Office, Mt. Morris Raymond Stinson, Buick, Mt, Morris Olin Ennis, A, C., Clio Donald Smedley, Army Harriet Lied, Mrs. Ellsworth Scott, Clio Lucille Koon, Mrs, Winterlee, Flint Louise Johnson, Mrs. Milton Bunker, Flint Robert Ferguson, Mt. Morris Gordon Robinson, Fisher Body. Flint Arnold Davis, Farmer, Otisville Verna Boyd, Mrs. Lee Griffin, Mt. Morris Ralph Pardee, Factory, Flint Florence Kurtz, Deceased Lawrence Robinson, Army Pearl Hitchcock, Mrs. Gilbert Beckley. Gcnescc Thruston Tyrrell, Buick, Flint Dorothy Blodgett, Flint Wahneta Harmon, ,Flint Class of 1936 Galen Smith Dean Young, Army Ruth Decker, Mrs. Willis Carroll. Mt. Morris Ethel Evans, Mrs. Charles P. McCarty, Flint Joe Morris Harry Maxwell, Iron Mountain Ruth Langdon, Teacher, California Lloyd McKinstrey, Army Evelyn Lucas, Deceased Donald Davis, Otisville Jay Beard, Army Air Corps Marian Sfmith, Married, California Preson Nesler, Kern's, Detroit Joe Lefac, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago. lll. Anna Verdier, Mrs. Harry Maxwell, Iron Mountain Evelyn Brock, Mrs. Blanchard Roth, Mt. Morris Bill Milne, Discharged Robert Williams, Minister, Ipswich, South Dakota Ella Brock, Mrs. Jack Van Beek. Mt. Morris Kathryn Warrne, Married, Flint Russell Finney, Buick, Flint Allison Hitchcock, War Department. Alaska Bruce Knickerbocker, A. C., Flint Louis Merriam. Flint Ila St. John, Wacs Jack George, Chevrolet, Mt. Morris Doris Hinkle, Mrs. Edwin Daly, Samoa Ernest Coil, Army Gladys Nyswanner. Telephone Operator, California Douglas Doe, Army Audrey Horn, Home, Flint Pauline Smedley, Mrs, John Allen. Flushing George Nord. Army Margaret Boyd, Mrs. Arlie Montney, Mt. Morris Doris Sweet, Mrs. Leslie George, Mt. Morris Charles Adle, Chevrolet, Mt. Morris Neilson Cheney, Army Leatha Mason, A. C., Mt. Morris Pearl Loomis, Mrs. Leroy Howe, Millington Harold Griffiths, Flint Oscar Long, Buick, Mt. Morris Edwin Hodges, Navy Walter Mclllmurrary June Wood. Mrs. Stewart Batterlee, Clio Orville Williams. Minister, Grosse Point Linn Smith, Navy Stanley Cosens, Navy Reatha Mathews, Married, Flint John Strank, Engineer, New Jesery Pauline Blalock, Married, Flint Ione Stanley, Mrs. Fred Steele, Mt. Morris Dun Hoffman. Fisher Body, Flint Nida Carrier, Mrs. Rohrer, Mt. Morris Burton Smith, Flint Henry Trumphour, Fisher Body, Mt. Morris Alice McKenzie, California Fern Fraser, Mrs. I1'a Pence, Pontiac Owen Hoyt, Buick, Mt. Morris Darlene Hoyt, Mrs. Edward Lauth Lloyd Heidebreicht, Navy Alice Carroll, Mrs. Charles Adle, Mt. Morris Class of H137 Pierce McCarty, Discharged Earldene Langdon, Teacher, Caro Bernice Hitchcock, Secretary, Genesee Alumni Clarence Leland, Discharged Edward Van De Walker, Army Donna Van De Venter, Ann Arbor Maybel Landon, Mrs, Robert Gillespie, Flint Robert Gillespie, Perry Printing Co., Flint Henry Gale, California ' Catherine Hite, Nurse, Flint Mildred Boyd, Mrs. Conrad Shaffer, Mt. Morris Thomas Habbershaw, Army Herman Gerlach, Army Luella Adle, Mrs. William Barton, Davison Irene Brookey Hal Young, Factory, Genesee Dale Darby, Air Corps Paul LaF'urgey, Buick, Mt. Morris Aurah Serven, Mrs. Don Farrington, Fenton Jack Rockwell, Army Dorothy Hood, Mrs. John Strand, New Jersey Harry Smith, Army Lucille Judd, Mrs. Whalen, Chicago, Illinois Betty Goff, Mrs. George Philips. Mt. Morris Orlo Hoyt, Air Corps, Deceased Blanchard Roth, Insurance, Mt. Morris Gordon Richmond, Discharged Louise Root, Mrs. Robert Prottengier, Rogersville Grace Partridge, Married, Mt. Morris, Mt. Morris Barber and Beauty - Catherine Holloway. Mrs. William Sweet, Mt, Morris Lewis Kotwicki, Trucker, Flint Herbert Marshell, East Side Gas Station, Mt. Morris Doris Fuller, Mrs, Arlon Cole, Flint Alaire Hart, Genesee Produce, Mt. Morris Carl Linsowe, G. M. Tech., Beecher Onalee Hoyt, Mr. Ray Witt Lloyd Diehl, Marines Waldo Anderson, Navy Bibian Greaves Jeanette Scott, Mrs, John Miller, Flint Gordon Caverly, Army Arthur Brookey, Navy Anna Vought, Mrs. John P. Ryan, Genesee Isalene Williams, Married. Mt. Morris John Williams, Army Marceline MacLean, Mrs. Darrell Jerden. Otisville Robert Bobb, Army Dorothy Morse, Mrs. Rowley Salisbury, Mt. Morris Rowley Salisbury, Army Una Dodge, Mrs. Lloyd Heidebreicht, Mt. Morris Kenneth King, Army Darrell Jerden. Discharged Flaine Doe, Mrs. John Dedischew, Flint Winifred Gamble, Mrs, Homer Kenycn, Mt. Morris Cla.:-s of 1938 Rupert Mallach, Army Aliene Higgason, Mrs. Albert Venabee, Floro, Ill Maxine Robinson, Mrs. Glen Wheller Leslie George, Discharge, Mt. Morris Robert Forbes. Discharge, Mt. Morris Lillian Johnson, Married, Flint Hilda Stadler, Mrs. John Freeman Kenneth Roth, Discharge, Mt. Morris Erwin Peterson, Army Genevieve Bloom, Mrs. Robert Lloyd, Midland John MacKay, Discharge Thelma Smith, Detroit Clara Farrington, Married, Mt. Morris Robert Montague, Discharge, Mt. Morris Wilson Hemingway. Discharge, Mt. Morris Alena Bauder, Mrs. Martin Beecher George Peters, Army Roger Dickrow, Army Madeline Smith. Mrs. Troy Ballance, Flint Frances Sharpe, Sears and Roebuck, Mt. Morris Nellie Kurtz, Married, Texas Ima Strong, Mrs. William Paulson, Mt. Morris Nora Williams, Mrs. Danny Cook, Flint Cleta Luce, Agricultural Conservation, Clio Carol Nord, Married, Flint Jack Simons, Marines Ellsworth Peterson, Army Beth Burk, Mrs. William Rex. Flint Marcella Russell, Mrs. A. Bindley, Mt. Morris Clark Steele, Discharged, Mt. Morris Donald Pounder, Army Gretchen Lied, Clio Shirley Rcethal, Mrs, Harry Smith, Mt, Morris Eugene Stoutenberg, Marines Merrill Erkmantraut, Discharge, Mt. Morris Thelma Groshon, Mrs. Edwin Nash, Detroit Marian Lawrence, Mrs. Jack Williams, Calif. 1 MORRl5-SONlAN,-.-- Edwin Nash, Ford's, Deti'oit Madelyne Bache, Mrs. Dick Sawvcr Ruth Greaver, Mrs. Tom Brandley Helen Bought, Mrs. Elwin Williams, Mt. Morris John William, Discharge Doris Rockwell, Mrs. Arthur Bentley, Rogersvilc Doris Heidebreicht, Mrs. Dean Young, Chicago Caroline Kcvitz, Flint Frances Carroll, Wac Lavina Deckrow, Mrs. John Stncky Katherine William, Mrs. Cass Harrison Lucille McCormick, Discharged Emilie Montiegel, Mt. Morris Edith Durham, Mrs. Louis DeLong, Flint Mae Johnston Zelma Martin, Mrs. Clark Steele. Mt. Morris Vivian Richter, Mrs. Cardinal, Flint Rose Csehi, Mrs. Whiterson, Flint James Fraser, Army Florence Carr, Mrs. F. L, Compton, Flint Cla.ss of 1939 Frederick Powell, Navy Jane Marie Maginn, Mrs. Richard Goodnlc, Mt. Mo Lois Herrick. Married. Ann Arbor Clare Tucker, Navy Harry Symons, Army Juanita Edgley, Married, Flint Mildred Serven, Mrs. Bill Milne, Mt. Morris Jack McDermaid, Discharged William Griffiths, Discharged Uldene Babcock, Mrs. Serven, Mt. Morris Ruth Hilsinger, Citizens Bank, Mt. Morris Philip Montague, Army Loren Hoyt, Discharged, Mt. Morris Dorthea Hamilton, Mrs. Loren Hoyt, Mt. Morris Katherine McGuire. Deceased Charles Sullivan, Deceased Ted Cunningham, Army Virginia Moore, Married, Florida Pauline Gillett, Home, Clio Grafton Moore, Flint ' Gwendolyn Mallach, New York, New York Clarence Freeman, Beerman Br Freeman Market, Mt. Harold Knickerbocker, Mt. Morris Jean Richards, Mrs. L, Cranston, Mt. Morris Phyllis Brock, Mrs. Crum, Saginaw Robert Carlson, Discharged Basil Conquest, Army Edna Gilbert, Mrs. Claude King, Miller Lake Betty Partridge. Married Perry Latimer, Army Leona Periigo, Mrs. Ronald Ralph, Ohio Overton McFarland, Marines Dorothy Weaver, Mrs. Robert Roach, Flint Arwilda Glidden, Mrs. Francis Massey, Mt. Morris Myrle Spencer, Army Tom Conway, Marines Ruth Kurtz, Serenac Norman Esmond, A. C., Mt. Morris James Milne, Discharged, Mt. Morris Christine Hutchinson, Court House, Flint Joseph Calder, Discharged Marian Rockwell, Mrs. David Sellers, Calif. Florence Knickerbocker, Married, Mt. Morris Lloyd Lefler, Army Catherine Brisson, Married, Mt. Morris Wilma Ridley, Mrs. John Shenkel, Mt. Morris Cleo Jerden, Mt. Morris Margaret Brigham, Married, Florida Jack Lawson, Deceased Lorraine Hendricks, Mt. Morris Marion Morrish, Mrs. Hugh Hanchettv Jr., Daviroii Mary Keeport, Mrs. James Shanks, Mt. Morris Ralph Horning, Army Bernadette Decker Dorothy Severn, Mrs, Turner, Flint Betty Hitchcock, Genesee Evelyn Whitlatch, Married, Flint Eleanora Blackford, Mrs. Merril Ehcmantraut, Flint Esther Cole, Flint Carl Gushen, Flushing Bettie Marie Peacock, Mrs. Roland Sager. Flint Kenneth Mattis Robert Putman, Mt. Morris Class of H140 Betty King, Married Belva Gainer, Mrs. Victor Fedchendo, Mt. Morris Cora Munger, Mrs. Davis, Mt. Morris Norma Munger, Married, West Branch Alumni rris Morris Gwendolyn Nesmith, Mrs. Black, Detroit Ardis Peacock, Mrs. Jerden Ralph Stadler, Deceased Cleatis Jerden, Citizen's Bank, Mt. Morris Ralph Brackroy, Discharge Donald Haver, U. of M., Ann Arbor Dorothy Griswold, Teacher, Clio Mary Whitlatch, High School Office, Mt. Morris Ligouri Mason, Mt. Morris Audrey Richmond, Married, Flint Vaughan Milliron, Discharge, Mt. Morris Helen Lenox, Mt. Morris Dorothy Bruner, Mrs. Loren Davis, Otisville Earl Johnson, Home, Mt. Morris Donald MacKay, Home, Mt. Morris John Bramblett, Army June Keller, Flint Richard Cornell, Discharge, Mt. Morris Arlene Salisbury, Mrs. Ferris Merriam, Instor Anne Podoley, Mrs. Naymik, Ann Arbor Gerald Decker, Discharge Lloyd Decker, Discharge Wilma Glidden, Mrs. Elson Dibble, Flint Victor Fedchenko, Discharge, Mt. Morris Warren Hart, Discharge, Mt. Morris Thomas Kleppinger, Discharge Harry Smith, Discharge, Detroit Donald Hemingway, Discharge Donald Esmond, Discharge Francis Scott, Discharge John Yates, Discharge Catherine Hicks, Post Office, Mt. Morris Isabelle Ballance, Mrs. Willis Daniels. Mt. Morris Royal Parker, Discharge Marilyn Carlson, Married, Mt. Morris LeRoy Groshon, Army Marjorie Becker, Mt. Morris Norman Atkins Phyllis Forbes, New York, Married Louis Tuckowski, Marines Opal Hough, Married, Flint Margaret McGuire, Mrs. N. Greenfield, Mt. Morris Virginia Rounds, Mrs. Alvin Smothers, Mt. Morris Donald Lenox, Navy Wayne Schoeppach, Discharge, Mt, Morr's Betty LaMay, Flint David Heald, Flint Phyllis Middleditch, Married, Mt. Morris Mary Pettengill, Genesee Alex Caban, Discharge William Goodman, Clio William Gleason, Discharge Evelyn Curtis, Mrs. William Goodman, Clio E. J. Gowin, Discharge Helen Cole, Married. Mt. Morris Madeline Moross, Deceased Mary Goller, Mt. Morris Lewis Albertson, Discharge Viola Taylow, Married, Grand Rapids Anna Stez, A. C,, Mt. Morris Marvin Plew. Mt. Morris Vieva Deland, Millington Genevieve Miller, A. C., Mt. Morris - Robert Pettengill, Army Gloria Leland, Mrs. Rudolph Ennis. Mt. Morris Vivian Wright, Mrs. Donald Talbert, Flint Dale Hoyt, Deceased Class of 1941 Donald Lampson, Deceased Alton Colling, Lindsay Grocery Store. Mt. Morris Robert Bloomer, Post Graduate. Mt. Morris Donald' Vought, Army Raymond Watson, Navy Harold Hillier, Discharge, Mt, Morris Donald Parker, Discharge Bryce Finn, Army Air Corps Paul Barry, Discharge, Mt. Morris Maurice Prottengeier, Navy William Kisner, Flushing Bryan Shanks, Discharge Maurice Tucker, Discharge, Mt. Morris William Thompson, Discharge, Mt. Morris Lynn Serven, Buick, Mt. Morris Ronald Nelson, Discharge, Mt. Morris Ralph Culliton, Discharge, Mt. Morris Howard Draper, Discharge, Mt. Morris Ernest Humphrey, Discharge Vernon Haynes, Discharge Marvin Milliron, Discharge William Acheson, Army ,MORRIS-SONIAN Benjamin Babcock, Discharge, Mt. Morris Jesse Merrill, Navy Hobart English, Discharge, Mt. Morris Stanley Puchala, Army Beverly 1Budl Green, Genesee Nyle Ehrmantraut, Discharge Dallas Jupe, Discharge Russell Montney, Navy John Shenkel, Mt. Morris Eugene Lerche, Discharge Albert Toth, Army Franklin Smith, Army Leonard Carr, Discharge, Mt. Morris Laurence Mattis, Navy William Kinney, Army Leo Wray, Army Zelbie Mathews, Army David Smith, A. C., Mt. Morris Margaret Weaver, Flint , Betty Montague, Navy Nurse Corps Betty Haynes, Mrs. Bruce Winchell, Flint Mary McDermaid, Flint Erla Gale. Mrs. Clayton Girard. Calif. Bethany Huffman, Mrs. Pratt, New Orleans Phyllis Knickerbocker, Married, Mt. Morris Mary Moore, A. C., Flint Bettie French, Mrs. Arnold Carrier Norma Smith, Married. Detroit Vivian Roth, Wisconsin Helen Fisher, Flint Maxine Mallach, Wac Mary Yates, Mrs. John MaeDermaid, Mt. Morris Donna Babcock, Mrs. Ronald Nelson, Mt. Morris Julia Martin, Teacher, Mt. Morris Marion Carroll, A, C., Mt. Morris Irene Harris, Mrs. Sabo, Clio Betty Keller, A. C., Flint Irene Kurtz, Flint Ruth Sweet, Mrs. Wayne Schoeppach. Mt. Morris Florence Case, Flint Betty Jane Smith, Mrs. Thomas Baryo, Mt. Morris Reatha Serven, Mrs. Guy Weir, Mt. Morris June Carlton, Clio Arlene Miller, Married, Mt. Morris Maxine Gore, Mrs. Harold Allinger, Mt. Morris Mildred Purcell, Married Dorothy Unger, Married, Mt. Morris Virginia Mayle, Married May Hicks, A. C., Mt. Morris Marjorie Brown, Mrs. Martin, Flint Joyce Rogers, Married Betty Hicks, Saginaw Ruthe Hoppe, Mrs. John Lebreque, Mt. Pleasant Elizabeth Johnson, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Estelle Hamilton, Mrs. John Bramblith, Flint Lois Rockwell, Robinson's Dept. Store, Los Angeles, Calif. Class of 1942 Barbara Short, Mrs. Ware Wesley Cowell, Mich. State College. East Lansing Alversa George, Nurse. Hurley, Flint Richard Reppenhagen, Navy Geneva Salisbury. Married Robert Bramblett, Navy Air Corps Donna Horning, Secretary, Washington Helen Elleman, Married, Flint Darwin Jerden, Home Lloyd Brown, Home. Mt. Morris Priscilla Snodgrass, Mrs. Douglas Sparks, Betty Gardoppe, Flint Robert Ridley, Home Joyce Richards, Bank. Mt. Morris Donald Gray, Navy Air Corps Betty Blue, Married Victor Turcotte. A. C., Mt. Morris Lois Montague, Dr, Sills Office, Mt. Morris George Herrick. U. S. Army Beth Gillett, Court House, Clio Joseph Hoffman. Army Elwyn Smith, Marines Dale Sullivan, Home Albert Frazer, Army Carmen Mitchell, C. W. A. C. Ronland Boyd, Home Marion Scott, Married William Robbins, Army Joan Reid, Mrs. Vangne Walter Schonert, Army Doris Shanks, Dr. Jewell's Office, Married, Marie Newman, Bank in Flint, Mt. Morris James Williams, Deceased Georgia Million Mt. Morris Alumni Claire Dion, Waves James Jakeway, Army Air Corps Arlene Severn, Bus Station, Flint Eugene Costello, Navy Marie Brownson-. Mt. Morris William Holloway, Home Phyllis Hiedebreicht, Mrs. Everett Jacob, Duane Glidden, Home Donald Mathews, Home, Mt. Morris Edna May, Flint Garth Hillier, Army Rosemary Crittenden, Mt. Morris James MacKay, Marines Vashti Smith, Mrs. Hammond, Flint John Newton, Navy Joyce Boyd. Marines Harley Davedson, Navy Lillian Townsend, Mrs. Wm. Ross, Flint Maxine Greer, Married, Flint Donald Pashby, Army Lois Wood, Married Walter Lowell, Army Lola Marshall, Mrs. Eugene Lerche, Mt. Morris Richard Schlosser Kenneth Smith, Army Wilma Peterson, Clio La Vergne Merrill, Henpeck, Michigan Class of 1943 Betty Roth, Beermans dz Freemans, Mt. Stewart Ballance, Home, Mt. Morris Mary Myers, Cadet Nurse. Mt. Morris Joyce Kurtz, Married Darwin Babcock, Home Charles Baldwin, Home Irene McClenathan, Mrs. Ken Paulson Sidney Wood, Navy Donald Johnson, Home, Flint Maxine Keller, Mrs. Francis Marshall Rosemaire Holloway, Mrs. Dick Severn Francis Marshall, Army Ronald Slshofield, Army Bonnajean Goodman, Mrs. Benjamin Roberts Maynard Hitchcock, Marines Lewis Hodges, Navy Gladys Herrick, McKinnon dz Mooney Ins.. Elise Ammerman, Florida Mildred Silvernail, Mrs. Hart, Flint Arlene Motter, Home, Mt. Morris Bernice Carpenter, Buick, Mt. Morris Ruby Jones, Flint Lucille Hendricks, Mrs. Sharp, Flint John Marr. Home, Mt. Morris Katherine Frazer, Mt. Morris Faye Weaver, Buick Office, Mt, Morris Kenneth Poulsen, East Side Service Station, Mt, Vivian Woodbeck, Buick Office, Home Henry Lerche, Army Air Corps Rita Johnson, Mt. Morris Patrica Snodgrass, Mrs. Sparks, Mt. Morris Betty Cole, Mrs. Russell Durham, Mt. Morris Wendell Babcock, Buick Office, Mt. Morris Benjamin Burbank, Army Phyllis Nelson. G. M. Tech., Mt. Morris Virginia Todd, Mich. State College, East Lansing Emajean Clampitt, Mrs. John Cosens, Virginia Ronald Morse, Navy Anne Dyke, Home, Mt, Morris RoseMary Lounsbery, Bank, Mt. Morris Deane Harris, Sabo's Farm, Clio William Girard, Navy Maxine Decker, Maryland Doris Cornell, Mich. State College, East Lansing Richard Noffsinger, Navy Robert Zerull, Navy William McDermaid, Home, Mt. Morris Mt. Morris Morris Mt. Morris Morris Maxine Lampson, Mrs, Gordon Spencer, Mt. Morris Audrey Marshall, Osteopathic Hospital, Mt. Morris Frank Diag, Army Air Corps Joyce Gell, Grand Trunk Freight Office, Mt. Morris Rosalie Anderson-, Citizens Bank Bldg., Mt, Morris Lloyd Schoeppach, Home Louis Schoeppach, Buick Office, Flint Ercil Gough, Mt. Morris Ethel Pietras, Home. Mt. Morris Billie Mohler, Mrs. William Griffiths, Illinois Harvey Lowell, Army Norma Lenox, State Mutual Insurance Co., Mt. Morris Bette Dodge, Mrs. Jack Noe Merle Decker, Navy Irene Rowton, Buick Office, Flint MORRIS-SONIAN Edythc Vickers, Mrs. Wayne Springsteen, Mt. Morris Arlcne R.is'ng, Mrs. James Consencau, Pontiac Richard Monroe, Army June Loree, Buick, Mt. Morris Robert Blake, Army Doris Attenberger, A. C., Mt. Morris Class of ISD44 Jacquelene Quick. Mich. State, East Lansing Betty Yates, Smith Bridgmans, Mt. Morris Louise Maginn, Mich. State College, East Lansing Betty Samson, F. B. I., Washington Shirley Scott, Bank, Mt. Morris Doris Cole, Dixie Drug, Mt. Morris Shirley Salisbury, Fi B. I.. Washington Leone MacKay, Home, Mt, Morris George Watson, Navy Mary Scherba, University of Michigan Bernice Long, Buick Kenneth Adair, Navy Hugh Weaver, Army Shirley George, J. C., Flint Thelma Diehl, Bell Telephone William Carr, Navy Barbara Diaper, F, B. 'I., Washington Mabel Shenkel, Mrs, Willard Pimncy Bonnie Rarick, Mrs. Carr Bernard Dunn, Navy Marian Cowell, F. B. I., Washington Hazel Strickert, Sears, Mt. Morris Helen Landgon, Married ' John Cosens, Navy Phyllis Sweet, Home, Mt. Morris Margaret Beach, Mrs. Dick Howland, Arizona Dick Howland, Army Doran Matthews, Marines Orpha Shanks, Court House, Mt. Morris David Keith, Buick Ardith Hess, Married Marian Marshall, Home, Mt. Morris Robert Reppenhagen, Home " Dallas Hawley, Ai'my Beverly Badgley, Married Ruth O'Brien, Court House Rollin Carpenter, Army Archie Wright, Boy Scouts Office, Mt. Morris Pauline Jones, Oakwood College, Alabama Robert Buys, Mich. State College, East Lansing Florence Bruner, Married Marian Ascomb, Home, Mt. Morris Leon Brown, Army Jack Lenox, Navy Lois Lavely, Salvation Army, Flint Edith Ammerman, Florida Bob Wilcox, Navy Manley Baldwin, Navy Joyce Polev. Buick'Office, Home Darold Smith, Army I-atricia Parker, Smith Bridgmans, Mt. Morris Evelyn Smith, Du Pont. Flint Phyllis Haver, Detroit Woolen. Flint Max Bauder, Armv Everett English, Navy " ' Patsy Wilson, Indiana Don Schneider, Army John Kelly, Navy Virginia Miller Catherine Hurry, Tom's Fish dz Chips, Flint Margaret Robinson. Mrs. Robert Purdy Ralph Engle. Navy Kathryn Parish, Home Dorothy Roth, Corner Store, Mt. Morris Mardell Rounds, Married Norma Clark. Nurses Training, Hurley Helen Puchala, Modern Market, Mt. Morris Maxine Wilson, F. B. I., Washington Shirley Snodgrass, Snodgrass Lighter Co. June Gowin, Mrs,"J, T. Smith, Flint .Jean Cole, Mrs. Kern, 'Mt. Morris Helen Verguson, Mrs. Hamilton Morris, Oklahoma Marion 4Stanl Jewett, Navy Valna Merrill, court House, Mt. Morris Gerald Benson. Army Class of I9-I5 Margaret Colling, University of Mich. Ruth Leadley, University of Mich. Shirley Severn, Central Wholesale Co., Flint Walter Johnson, Home, Mt. Morris Michael Myres, University of Mich. Donajane Strand, Mich. State, East Lansing Ruth Babcock Alumni Duane Johnson, Army Jeanne Quigley, Central Radio ik Television, Missouri Dorothy Pringle, Battle Creek Nurse College Ruth Johnson, Home Grace Anna Grieshammer, Slattery Drugs, Mt. Morris Grace Shaver, Airline Radio Operator, Detroit Zala Durham, Married Edna La Ven, Home, Mt. Morris Rose La Vene, Fair, Mt. Morris Eflna La Veize, Home, Mt. Morris Lindy Daig, Army Lellevan Lawson, High School Office. Mt. Morris Leona Lounsberry, Court House, Flint Kenneth Timm, Navy Beverly Jean Moross, Washington. Typists Maxine Moross, Washington, Typists Paul Knickerbocker, Home Patricia Daly, Washington, Typists Juanita Van Arsdalen, Mrs. William Earl Shirley Blandford, Beerman 8z Freemans, Mt. Mor1'is Lois Jean McIntyre, Mich. State, East Lansing William Heidebreicht, Army Carl Ridley, Lindsay's, Mt. Morris Betty Buys, Home Ezella Matthews, Spring Arbor Mich., J. C. of Nursing Miriam Graves, Hurley Hospital, Flint Barbara LaBarr, Lindsay's, Mt. Morris Willis Taylor, Army Ellen Goodman, Mrs. Wesley Carpenter Mildred English. Flint Journal Edwin Lavely, Navy Loralee Cannon, St, Joseph Hospital Ellen Darpraw, Prudential Life Ins. Duane Gillett, Army Donna Gibson, Home Betty Urch, Home DeVere Kern. Pere Marquette Railroad Betty Severance, Home Maxine Murohy, Sears, Mt. Morris Majorie Peden, Hamady's Eleanor White, Sears, Mt. Morris Donald White, Sears, Mt. Morris Helen Hicks, Perry Printing Co., Flint Ruth Mitchell, Cadet Nurse Vernon Williams, University of Mich. Norman Card, Navy Ardis Babcock, Snodgrass Lighter Co.. Mt. Morris Charlotte Oliver, Smith Bridgmans, Flint Keith Hilliker, Navy Richard Knoll, Army Hottie Ruth O'Dell, Home Genevieve Boss, Home James Ray, Army Bernard Boyd, Navy Lois Lockwoody Home ' Mary Bundt, Mt. Morris Dorothy Tremain, Secretary, Traverse City Thelma Berry, Home, Clio Gcorgc Gilbert, Navy L X 1 L nf f 3 AP 3 gi 22,41 D X, PASTE 1 .XXI 'JIF - U Q f H' 1'9r2 , - ' 'lff"5': : ...E x '35 f: f ' 'A' fr 4- 2. ,::- Q .N ,..,..5- f "f'-jf:-3-W 73.-.-. .? f , Congratulations To Class of '46 IIIIII!"''I'lllllllllllllllllllllllkIllllllllllllllllIllillllllllllllllIIIHllllllIIIIHIIIIIIIIIllllllillllllllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlillllllillllIIIIIIIllilllllllllllllillllllllllllIllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIllI'lII'hIllII lllllllllllllllllIllllllllllliillllliIllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIVIIIIIlllllllillillIlIIIIIHIIIIIIlllllllllIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIIlllllillllIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIll MANUFACTURING CO M P A N Y 'rua Genesee County IIIIII!IIIIIHHilIIillillI!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIllIIIIlIllIIIIIlllHIllllIlIIIIIIIIIllIliIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIHIHll!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIllIIHIIllllIIIIIIIHiI7iI!llIll!IIIIIIU!H!YiIIlIIIll'IIlIIIlIIlII IllliIIIII5!l!iifi!!i1IIHIIIIIllllllIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIllIIlIIIIIIIIIIllIIIllIIIIllIIIIllIIIlIIIIllIIllIllIIlllIIIIIIIllIIIIlllIIlIllIllIllIIIlIIIIIIIllIIIIillIIIIIIIIIIIllIIlIIIIIIHl!!lIIIlIIIIlI Mt. 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C l h Class of '46 'TEES' Flint Home Furnishing MORRI S-SONIAN Compliments to the Class of 1946 from Radio Tube Merchandising Co. 508 l'liff0l'4l Hi. Flint 23, Nlivh. Suppliers of - - FEEDS Pontiac Feeds Krusty Dog Food Poultry Remedies, Supplies Garden and Field Seeds Grain--Hay4Straw Custom Grinding 8: Mixing AMATEUR and RADIO PHONE 2711 SERVICEMENS SUPPLIFS , SCHOOL and OFFICE Walter wflghl SOUND SYSTEMS uso sum-it sn. in. mm-is, im-h. Congratulations Compliments of to Class of "46" PEERLESS MATTRESS Co. Phones 2-7121-Z-7122 816 S. Saginaw St. Flint, Nlich. Douglas "Scotty" Logan Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 641 Garfield St. Mt. Morris, Mich PHONES Flint 2-6211 - Mt. Morris 3011 "llf' prnfilx mnxl ll',lll xr'rl'1's larsl." "Nl'l'l'iI'I' IIIIIIV4' xi M RRSS NIAN "Sportsman's Paradise" HUBBARD'S "Flint's Finest Sports Store" 502 S. SAGINAW ST. F. D. Baker Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS Flint, Mich. ONE OF FLINTS FINEST STORES fo Men and Young lVIen's CLOTHING Buckingliams BUY WITH CONFIDENCE Kcarsley at Saginaw Flint, Mich. Compliments of F. E. Knickerbocker To The Class of '46 ORRIS-SONIAN Congratulations To The Class of "Lili" From Beerman and Freeman Handy Market MT. MORRIS, MICHIGAN Best Wishes To The Class ol "Lili" ew-way leaners "When Better Cleaning is done, We will do it" Mt. Morris, lVlicl1igan O RRIS SONIAN Compliments Congratulations of Class Of '46 General Mercantile Co To The C. A. Muttun Claes of I 946 Compliments We Specialize in MT. MORRIS Of and SUBURBAN Blgcks Property THE WORKING MAN'S JEWELRY STORE i 6 DAYS WATCH Q REPAIR SERVICE . Saginaw St. Flint, Mich' REAL ESTATE MORRIS-SONIAN Photographic Portraits by Crairte lt is thc sincere wish uf Crziinc Studios that cx- vcllcncc of tlic pliutogizlpliy in this .Ximuzil contri- lmtc' to its value to you as :L clivrisliccl trezisiirc. .Xml may this pliotugizipliic rccorcl of your school clay fricncls rcmziin El source uf pleziszmt mcimirics. Our liezlrticst cullgizitulzltiims to you. May thc futurc lmlrl thc- complete fulfillment of all your zispirzltimis Erainels Studios 525 Harrison St. Phone 9-2184-5 Flint 3, Michigan. RRISS NAN Congratulations Class of '46 WBRIE QLEA ER DYER "WWI il In u llnvlwr' 1 ll ll il Congratulations To The Class of 1946 Meet Your Friends At The Ritz Dairy Bar ,i'e4,lQQQd.-,E.lQQ9JQliqil' Sandwiches Ice Cream Candy 6: GL Pop Crum IZ055 N. Silgillihl' 9 Mr. Nl0l'l'iS, Mix-I DARLENE BEERMAN M RRISS AN Congratulations To The Class of IQ46 Of The lVIt. Morris High School Wethered Q Riee Co JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS WATCHES - DIAMONDS - JEWELRY 344 S. Saginaw St. FLINT 3, MICH. Headquarters For Thrifty Food Shoppers because You Get Larger Stocks of Fresher Foods in Wider Variety give you ev- ery advantage to be had in Food Shop- ping At-6 Hamady Bros. Automobile Shoppers Food Markets I E MORRIS-S ONIAN Boston Shoe Store Basement Genesee Bank Bldg. Bertha Bevins Infants and Childrens Infants to Sim- 17 "'f""" -""'f'N 'ff l'fmfflf1I- l'rivrw" Ph. 4-0521 Harrison St. Flint Congratulations Compliments T0 of S f fl ,' ,S 0 SILVER LUNCH Marge s Beauty Shop MT, MORRIS Compliments Congratulations of I: rom MT. MORRIS CAB CO. Go Anywhere l'honI- 2101 Mt. Morris, Nlirh. FRANK'S SERVICE AT TRAFFIC LIGHT Nll. Morris, BIICIIIQEIII Compliments of Guilbault - Watchmaker PROMPT SERVICE Compliments of MT. MORRIS HOTEL Reservation for Private Parties Html-I NIAIWI ISAKEII GOODS ch Phono 7-1211 I0 li. Fourth Ava-., Flint, Mi' . Congratulations Class ol 1946 East Side Service IlIIIlHlII!I!I!IllIlII!lUIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illl llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllxi ELWYN H. LATHAM Shell Products 760 Ceneese Mt. Morris, Mich. Phone 3811 , , ,717 Y of INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Company Congmtulationsf Class of 746 REED'S FURNITURE co. mFY1',3i'f'RShiYHS .MORRIS--SONIAN Compliments John P. Rgcm Coinpmzg FOR FINE JEWELRY-DIAMONDS-WATCHES Flint, Michigan 324 S. Saginaw St. Compliments lbLll2lClZliSl',S tg! S100 Sol'oi'o 621 7 N. Saginaw St. Flint 5, Michigan Compliments Compliments of of Economy Shoe Store LaR0s5 Shoe Stgre FL1NTs ORIGINAL FAMILY SHOE STORE SINCE 1900 125 E. First St. Flint, Mich. 452 S. Saginaw St. lflinf, Mil- Goocl Luck Seniors Sparkie's Place MI. M 4ll'l' is, Rlivll- Compliments To The Class of 1946 Dane's Jeweler 531 S. Saginaw St. S'l'.-1'I'l'I 'l'Hl'lA'l'lU1l BLDG. I+'l.lN'l', Mu H. ORRSS NAN v, Compliments of E. M. Beach La Salle Garment Cleaners 751 Genesee St. Mt. Morris Phone 3461 Compliments of We Extend Our Congratulations C. A. "Red" Mullin Co. To The Class of GWVXD 1 WWW 1946 WMMW, SPORTING cooos ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT Mt. M0rriAS Nw Roller Rink lt pays to play. 544 Harrison St. Phone 3-6467 Sehool Parties A Specialty Flint, Mich. .rl I mais, mf-n. MORRIS-SONIAN . Best Wishes lVlason's Auto Service To You ALL TYPES OF GENERAL Class of "4-6" AUTO REPAIR S emi: 11635 N. Saginaw St. Phone 2731 MT. MORRIS, Allfll. MT. Compliments Kewpee Hotel Lawler - Van Zoeren 108 E. First sr. Flint, Mich. Hamburg Everyone loves Kewpee's Hamburgs, MEN'S CLOTHING They naturally, just hit the spot, From factor workers to business men ltwuly Mrulv or Nlzulc In Ur-dvr y With coffee they are tops. Portis Hats 415 Harrison St. Flint MORRIS-.SONIAN HWhen you say it with flowers, say it with r,u1s." CORSAGES WEDDING FLOWERS FUNERAL DESIGNS and PLANTS Fresh Cut Flowers NMMMMMMWMMMWMWWWWMWWWWWWMMMMMMWWWMMWWMMWMmWWWWMWWWWWWWMMWMMWWWMMMMWHWMWWWWWMMWWM Mt. orri Greenhou e MMMWMWWWMMWMWMMMWMWWMMMWWWWMWWMWMMMMMMMMWWWWMMMMWWMMMMMWWWMMMMMMWWWWWWMMMMMWWMWH I MR. and MRS. ED SMITH, Proprietor. 510 Mhn Sh l lWunu-7-ISS! l':lZqI'C1ViD.IIS in This hook by JOHNSO Photo Engraving Co. 340 W. First St. Flint, Mich. l'Inmc 3-4731 fm' ymn' l':Ilg'I'21Xillg' Na-c-mls rTM, MORRIS-SONIAN Geo. Webb Hardware Dupcnt Paints - Duco - Varnishes Mt. Morris Appliance 8: Furniture SALES - SERVICE - REPAIRS 707-709 Genesee Street Phone 2611 716 Genesee Street Mt. Morris, Mia-h. Plmllv 7-35Il 0 i Compliments City Cycle and Repair Co. of BICYCLES - TIRES - PARTS . KEYS - 1.ocKs The Fall' 626 N. Saginaw St. FLINT, MICH. 436 S. Saginaw Street Flint, Mich. Compliments Compliments of of A. Nl. Davison Co. Ferris Bros. MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING .DIMM M tuih NN, AND FURNISHINGS FLINT, MICH. 452-454 S. Sag. St. Flint, Mich. Congratulations Compliments To if ,F The Class of 46 H eltzners Honolulu Conservatory of MUSIC WOMENS AND CHILDRENS APPAREL Phone 2-6474 200 wi-Ish Ruhr- l"li'1'- Wfh- 601 S. Saginaw St. Flint 3, Mich M S-SONIANM Congratulations Class of 19-I6 WINEGARDEN'S Water at Beach or Saginaw Flint, Mich EgTl-IERELLA BRADEN'S Debutante Shop THE CAPITOL THEATRE BLDG. Flint 3, Michigan Sherman - Williams Co 209 N. SAGINAW-FLINT 3, MICH. ' , Phone 4-7221 Flint, Mich Compliments of A Friend MORRIS SONIAN De Pue Photo Service KGDAK DEVELOPING 61 PRINTING EN LARGING ef- COLORING KODAKS - FILMS H FRAMES MT. MORRIS, MICH. Phone 3131 Dixie Service Garage Phone 3921 General Repairing WRECKER SERVICE ACETYLENE WELDING BATTERY SERVICEE GAS Mt. Morris, Mich. OIL CORDUROY "l'I1lI'f0l'll l'Il'l'Sll.. TIRES FrecIeII Beauty Salon 10291 Bray Road PHONE CLIO 5593 Complete Beauty Service Open Evening MORRIS-SONIAN Congratulations To The Class of '46 A Miles B artin IIllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IlllllIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll MORTICIAN Mount Morris Michigan Phone 3911 'I'll1' Illllrl :rho rrlnnnf vlnrl flfIl'N nn! NIll'1' nlrnlryl. Villlllilf rlnrl lrfll :lol flu mrfllllirnf rlsr' lI'fIl'ffl u-lfilr, - .Xlnllww Il2ll'lll'gll'. CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Success in the Future Investors Syndicate of America Investors Mutual, Inc. T39 Mott Foumlaltion lildg. Flint, Blix-h. Joseph J. Hill-1037 Genesee MT. MORRIS, MICH. Compliments of Dr. A. C. Pfeifer, M. D And Dr, E. C. Jewell D.D.S To The Class of "46" S O I A -M-I iL-'l-1-T-T- Modern M A R K E T QUALITY GROCERIES dc MEATS Phone 3211 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAY Mt. Morris, Michigan Compliments Congratulations Of To Simmonds Auto Sales 'lille C1855 of 65465, From KAISER-FRAZER Sales 8: Service Boudreau Service Phillip U66' Gas Phone 7-2711 G-7166 N. Sag. Road Mt. Morris MT' MORRIS' MICH' Q-Wm--AA' VIOR SONIAN Tool Shop - Hardware And Sporting Goods Co Z E tabl?shed in 1902 E ,.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.'.v.v.v.v.'.-.v.v.v.v.'.v.va.v.Y.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.'.Y.v.vx.v.v.v.vg.v,,v.v.'.'.v.-.v.v.Y.'.v.'., ,E Fmer Sportmg Goods NE RANDOLPH 70 rf E I A+,,,, ,, in MORRIS-SONIAN., VVEYHI G BRO lg. Co. JEWELERS David Broderick Bldg., CFormcrIy Ealon 'lhwcrj DETROIT, MICHIGAN MWWWWWWWMWMMWWWMMWWWWWMWMMWWWWWWWWWWMMWMMWWMMMWMWWWWWWWWHMWMMWWMWMMMH EXTEND 2 Their Compliments to the 3 I 946 Class 5 of 5 lVIt. Morris High School 5HWMMMWWWWMMWHMMWNWMMWMMWWWMWWWP Ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmv 2 sL'l'1'1,11f:1es cw fuss mms 2 lNX'I'l'.X'l'IUNS - cfxvs .xxn umvxs 2 l7lI'I,UKI.XS M C7 R R I S - S 4D N I A N V- F or Home Like Meals and Tasty Sandwiches EAT AT MWWWWMMMWWMWMWMMWWMMNWMNMMWWMWWMWMMMMMWWWMMMWMMMWWWWWWMWMMWMMMWNMWMWNMMMWWWMWMMM TIHIIE B UE MMM MWMWWMWWMWMWMWMWWWWWWWWWWMNWMWMWWWMWMMWWWWWWMWWWWWWWMWMWMMMWWMMWMWMWW STACEY and DOROTHY POE Proprietors Mt. Morris, Mich. With the Compliments And Best Wishes of Michiga School Service LANSING, MICH. Complete Service For Michigan Schools MORRIS-s oNlA Best Wishes to the Class of 1946 Mt. Morris Woodworking Co. Custom Built WOODWORK of all kinds 72M N. Saginawi PHONE 7-2911 O RSSONIAN E. E. Rodgers Roofing Co Roofing by Responsible Roofers Consult Us First Free Estimates on new cr repair work W Monthly Payments if D i d Telephone 9-2179 220 XY. fvlllll ' 28 YEARS OF ROOFING SERVICE IN FLINT Th d f S tisfied Customers Compliments of Ben Franklin Stores . Compliments To The Class of '46 O . NIT. MORRIS. BIIVH. 1- A BEST WISI-IES Friend SENIORS r r i I r W M L


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