Mountain Lakes High School - Yearbook (Mountain Lakes, NJ)
- Class of 1942
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Published by The Senior Clam of
MOUNTAIN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNTAIN LAKES, NEW 1ERSEY
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To reflect as completely as possible the aims
and ideals, the activities and achievements of
IVI.L.l-IS., to present a picture ot a Laker's lite, and
to preserve a record ot days spent at the school, that
the memories ot the past may not be lost in dreams
of the future, has been the aim of the I942 Lakes.
"VVhere true fortitude dwells, loyalty, bounty,
.52 friendship, and fidelity may be found."
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R. WILLIAM E.
Mary lane Easton
Abby lane Hillman
BOARD OF EDUCATION
They contribute a great service to the community.
with their highly efficient work.
President ,,,.., . . A Mr, lohn lvl, Barstow
Vicefpresident . lVlr. Hiram B, Cerboth
Supervising Principal . .,., , lvlr, Earle We Anibal
Principal , . . Mr, Hayden L, Schofield
Mrs, David Blattner lVlr4 George Littell
l'Vlrs. Richard Dunkel Dr, lohn Morrison
Mrs. Curtis Franklin lVlr, Atherton Noyes, lr.
Dr, Lyman P. Powell
Mr, l, A, Tompkins, District Clerk
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Earle W. Anibal ..,...,...,...........,..,.. Supervising Principal Hayden L. Schofield .,.,....,.4................. .. Principal
Ph.B., Hamilton BS, Cornell
.. A.M., Columbia A.M., Columbia
Mary H. Armstrong ......................,,.... . ....., English Marcel L. Doublier ............, ,..,..,,........., .,... F r ench
A,B,, Mt, Holyoke B.S., Trinity College
A,lVl,, Col mb' A.lVl., COlUI'T1lJla
Mildred Callaway Art Herbert B. Gooden .,.,..4................. .. ,,......,. . History
AB., Mississippi State College B.A., Colorado Teachers College
, M., Olu ia A.M., Colo do Te ers College
Virginia Curtis . .....,..... Home Economics Charlotte P. Harris .. ..,.,... .,.. I Cefman
BS., ichigan State College AB, Xniversity ofbChiCag0
.M., Colu ' A.M. Colum ia
Alice l. Kerr .. nglish nd Math William E, Trimble xvfungnm.I...l.m'qb.CC...... Science
B,S,, C 1 bla BS., West Chester State Teachers
A.lVl., Colum ia Ed.M., Dulce University
Helen M. Blanchard .... .... English and Math Mildred M. Thompson ,......,....,.........,..,..,....... Librarian
B.A., elles ' AB., University of Kansas
Carolyn R. Milkeyc , arign Abram E. Smith .,..........,,.................. Physical Education
Eastern Kentucky S te Teac ers College ' K' i X . B,P.Ed., Savage
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Edvv Nllllsey ...,. , .... 7 ..... .......... .... lVl u S IC Frank A,Wil4ander ..... .TAL..s..1i.-.,..,,24.4'?"l'lQLTSfFTal1Arts
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Richard W, Willing ........ ml ..... f ........ . .r .... Commercial P, U I - -
B.A,, umefafv ot wisconsin Dm' V gil ,g,5',,",'e',g5pl5,,egQ2 Ogwomen ' ma"
A.M,, niversi t Wisconsin ' " Cyn
Catherine Phelan .... Social Science Anne C' Mclvlanug """'4't"" Malh
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Helen Hgclqer U U -A Rggigfered Nurse Irene Dunn ....,.... 2 ................ t .......,............,.. Secretary
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
nf- WALLACE WHITE
T Ny Vicefpresidermt
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IEAN TOWER AMADON
"Nothing endures but personal qualities."
A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 43 Echoes Staff 2, 33 Li-
brarian's Club 3, 4: Senior Ball Committee 43 Senior
Play Committee 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Dramatic Club 2,
33 Athletic Associatio 3 Yield Hockey 2, 33 Soccer 2,
33 Volley Ball 2, 3. 3
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"ln a good surgeon, a hawk's eyeg a of M
lion's heart: and a ladies' hand." '
Dramatic Club 33 Cap and Cown Committee 43 Crea-
tive Dance Croup 23 Field Hockey 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3,
42 Volley Ball 21 Basketball 2.
IAMES HALL BECKER
"He hath wisdom that doth guide his valor
to act in safety."
Varsity Show 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 41 Senior Play 43
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RUTH ALICE BLACK
"He ne'er is crowned with immortality, who fears to
Follow where airy voices lead."
A Cappella Choir 2. 3, 43 National Honor Society 3.
43 Service Club 3, lPresident 4lQ Librarian's Club 33
Dramatic Club 33 Business Manager of Senior Play 42
Y arbook Staff 43 Senior Ball Committee 43 Athletic
Aisociation 33 Basketball 2, 3, 3 Soccer 2, 13, 43 Field
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MILDRED FRENCH BOWMAN
"C-race is in all her steps, heaven in her eyes:
In every gesture, dignity and love."
Class Secretary 33 Varsity Show 33 Yearbook Staff 43
Service Club 4: Senior Ball Committee 43 Senior Play
Committee 43 Basketball 2. 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3. 43 Field
Hockey 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 2, 3, 4.
LORETTA ALICE BOECHE
"ln solitude we have our dreams to ourselves."
I Dramatic Club 33 Service Club 43 Yearbook Staff 43
Senior Ball Committee 43 Senior Play Committee 4,
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SEVERN AUN l ER CARLSON
"He is always laughing for he has an
Infinite deal of wit."
Football 25 Track 2, 3, 41 SCA. 33 Stage Craft Club
23 Senior Ball Committee 4.
CAROLYN DODGE BROWN
'She is pretty to walk with, and witty to talk with,
And pleasant, too. to think on."
Cheerleader 3, 43 Y arbook Staff 41 Senior Ball Commit:
Dramatic Club 2, Librarians Club 31 Senior Play 4
tee 41 Field Hocke' 4.
TH ELIZABETH COLLINS
"So rich within-so pure without-art thou,
With modest mien and soul of virtue rare."
Class Vice-President 43 Editor and Chief of Yearbook
43 Service Club 3, 4: Varsity Show 33 Senior Ball Com-
mittee 4g Basketball 2, 3, 45 Field Hockey 2, 3, 43
Volley Ball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 45 National Honor
A Cappella Choir Z, 3, 41 S,C,A, 41 Service Club 43
DAVID DOVSMITH DUDLEY v
"I love tranquil solitude and such society
As is quiet, wise, and good."
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ELIZABETH MARGARET EVANS
"Purity is the feminine, Truth
Masculine, ot Honour."
Dramatic Club 2, 3: Echoes Staff 33 Soccer 43 Field
Hockey 43 National Honor Society.
"For manners are not idle, but the fruit of loyal
natures and a noble mind."
Dramatic Club 33 Service Club 43 Art Club 43 Li-
brarian's Club 3, lpresident 4l3 Senior Ball Committee
43 Cheerleader 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Senior Play Com-
mittee 43 Field Hockey 4.
A Cappella Choir 2, 31 Art Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club
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' J- living and high thinking!" ,
A Cappella Choir l, Z, 3, 4125-lglty Show 2, ,33f5erv-
ice Club 3, 43 Class Secretary if Cheerleaderlllfl 3, 41
Senior Play 41 Senior Ball Committee 41 Yearboolgftatt
43 Soccer 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey Z, 3, 41lVolle,yC all ,
3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4,
MARlORlE ANN FULLER
"Wit is the salt of conversation."
ELIZABETH ALLEN CiALT
"Silence is the speech ot love,
The music ot the sphere above."
National Honor Society 3, 4, A Cappella Choir l, 2,
3, 43 Orchestra l, Z, 3, 4, AlleState-Orchestra 43 Band
2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club Z, 3, Camera Club 33 Creative
Dance Ciroup , 3, Basketball E3, 4, Soccer 3, 41
Field qckey 2, ,4,iVolley Ball 3, 4. '
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lOl-IN Pl-lIl.LlP GREENE
"You come late, yet you come,"
A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 43 All-State-Choir 2, 3, 43
Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Athletic
Association l, Z, lChairrnan 4l3 Stage Craft Club l, 23
S.C.A, l, 2, 3, 43 Captain ot junior Eire Department 43
IOSEPH BARLOW lANES
"Oh, for the simple life,
For tents and starry skies!"
Hi-Y 2, 33 Hockey 23 Track 3, 4.
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Look on her face and you'll forget them all."
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 Class Treasurer Z3 Service
Club 4, Dramatic Club 2, 33 Yearbook Staff 43 Senior
Play 43 Basketball 2, 33 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Field l-lockey 2,
3, 43 Volley Ball 2, 3, 4.
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RUTH ELEANORJANSSEN .L .
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A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 3, 4a - P til
"Ohl in this troubled world ot ours, 1
A laughter mine's a glorious treasure'
CRACE GORDON IONES
Vice-President 31 Stage Cratt Club 2, 3, 43 Arr Club 2,
3 lPresident 41 3 Yearbook Statt 43 Senior Ball Chairman I0
43 Senior Play Committee 43 S.Ci.A. lSecretary ill 3 Serv-
ice Club 4g Soccer 2, 3, 43 Athletic Association 43 Field ,
Hockey 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 J W
Archery 3, 4. D X0
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 All-State-Choir Z3 Class
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FREDERICK EARL LEWIS
"Argument is a gift ot nature."
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 All-State-Choir 2, 43 Band
2, 3 Hi-Y 3, 43 Dramatic Club ll Service Club 42
Senior Play 43 Varsity Show 3, 43 Business Manager ot
Yearbook 41 Senior Ball Committee 43 Track 3, 43
Hockey 2, 3, 4.
MARGARET STANFIELD LODGE
"Her loveliness I never knew
Until she smiled on me." l
Librarian's Club 3, 43 Service Club 43
mittee 43 Senior Play Committee 4.
of feeling good
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Seni Play 43 Yearbook Staff 43
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ciation l, 23 Football l, 2,4
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3, 43 Tennis 33 Baseball 4.
PATRICIA GAIL MCGREEVY
"The song we hear with our ears is only the
song that is sung in our hearts."
A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 43 All-State Choir 2, 3, 4:
S.G.A. 33 Art Club 43 Dramatic Club 33 Chairman of
Cap and Gown Committee 43 Creative Dance Group Z, 33
Basketball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Field Hockey 2, 3, 43
Volleyball 2, 3, 4.
FREDERICK WILLIAM MILLER
"I-Ie would talk,
Lordl how he talkedl"
A Cappella Choir 43 Senior Play 43 Yearbook Staff 43
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CERALDINE ESTELLE NEAFIE
'Cerrie hath a beaming eye,
But no one knows for whom it beamethf'
A Cappella Choir I, Z, 3, 43 Class Treasu'er 33 Art
Club 43 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Service Club 43 Yearbook
Staff 43 Senior Play Chairman 43 Senior Play 4: Senior
Ball Committee 41 Cheerleader 2, 3, lCaptain 4l 3 Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Field Hockey 2, 3, 4,
MARION EVELYN NELSON
"Among good things, I prove and find
The quiet lite doth most abound." i
Service Club 43 Librarian's Club I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball
3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Field Hockey
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IUNE ESTELLE Ritz
"On this ha less earth
There's small sincerity of mirth
And laughter oft is but an art
To drown the outcry ot the heart.
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43.Service Club 3, 43 Librari- 3
an's Club 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Yearbook Statt 43 Cheer-
leader 43 Varsity Show 33 Soccer 3, 4g Field ljlock 3,
43 Volleyball 3.
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KATHR I NE MARGARET RUST
"Two starry- eyes, hung in the gloom of thought."
A Cappella Choir 23 Service Club 43 Dramatic Club
33 Yearbuig Stat .ig Se ior Play Committee 4.
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"Ask her dark eyes-how eloquent!
Ask what they would, 'twas granted."
A Cappella Choir 23 Service Club 43 Dramatic Club
33 Yearbook Staff 43 Senior Play Committee 4.
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BERNARD WILSON Sl-llR-CLIFF
"Ot all those arts in which the wise excel.
Natures chief masterpiece is,-writing well."
Class Treasurer 23 Echoes 3L Band l, 21 Senior Play
Bafsketball 33 Football 3, 41 Track 3, 4,
ARcHER cREENwooo swioci: eu- t
Senior Play Committee 4.
"A word that is not spoken never does Q
IOHN GORDON SPARKES, IR,
"He knows too much of what the world has hushed
Iri others, to be loud now for himself."
Senior Ball Committee 45 junior Fire Department 4.
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LORAINE MONTGOMERY STOLLER
"With ber wit she can fence,
But she has good common sensef
A Cappella Choir l, 23 Service Club 45 Dramatic Club 4
2, 3 3 Volley Ball 2, 33 Field Hockey 4.
' H CARLYLE SUTPHEN, jR.
' rarikness is a natural quality."
Cap and Co Committee 43 ior Play mittee
43 Football 4' ockey 43 Trac
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IACQUES PAUL SWART
"l will sing, as l slfmall please."
Camera Club 2, 3, 41 Football 43 Track 3, 45 Hockey
2, 33 Basketball 3,
ALLYN RHONDD!-X THOMPSON
"Strongest minds are often those of whom the
noisy world hears last."
Service Club 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 4,
Field Hockey Z, 3, 41 Volleyball 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES ANTHONY SWEENEY, IP.
"l hate scarce smiles, I love laughter."
Senior Play 4, Hockey 4.
DOROTHY GALE VVALKER
"So did'st thou travel on Iife's common way
in cheerful Codlinessf'
S.G.A. l, 43 Librarians Club 43 Dramatic Club l, 2,
3, 43 Service Club 43 Business Manager of Senior Play
45 Yearbook Staff 4, Senior Ball Committee 43 Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Field l-lockey 2, 33 Volleyball 2, 3, 4,
SOCCer Z, 3.
HARVEY ELEM l NC- WATTS
"The elements so mixed in him that nature might
And say to all the world, 'This is a rnanl' "
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, lPresident 4lg S.C.A. 3, 43
Class President 33 Class Treasurer 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4g Varsity Show 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 33 tCap-
tainl 43 Basketball 2, 3, Track 3, 43 Athletic Association
lTreasurer 2, 3l 3 Baseball -4.
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WALLACE FRANKLYN WHITE
"One crowded hour of glorious life
ls worth an age without a name."
A Cappella Choir 3, 43 All-State Choir 43 Class Pres-
ident 41 Service Club 43 Senior Play 45 Senior Ball Com-
mittee 4g Yearbook Staff 4g Varsity Show 31 Football 43
Basketball 31 Track 3, Hi-Y 3, 41 National Honor Society
41 Baseball 4.
Savin' it for college"
"Dcn't cha think?"
I got a letter"
He's so sweet"
This'll kill ya"
There's choir today"
l gotta get goin' "
Achin' for a bruise?"
Oh, go jump"
Ya wanna bet?"
Wl1at's all the shootin'
"I doo'd it"
"Oh, my gooness"
Don't be silly"
Hi ya kid"
You're not funny"
"No kiddin' "
"That it is"
l-le isn't here"
That got me mad"
"l've+ read that book"
"What's the matter"
How's every little thing?"
noise and crowds
snow and ice
tall and dark
M. L. Club
having a good time
make believe ballroom
WANTS T0 BE
out of school
doctor of medicine
a good one
soap box orator
stage door johnny
nite Club owner
"Let's Cet Away From lt All"
Home, Home on the Range"
Hey Doc, Hey DOcl"
lf I Had My Way"
Let's Have Another Cigarette"
My Cabin of Dreams"
Pretty Little Busybodyu
Take Me Out to the Ball Ciame
Little David, Play on Your Harp"
"How About You?"
"High on a Windy Hill"
Pennies From Heaven"
Runnin' Through My Mind"
l've Been Workin' on the Railroad"
Tea for Two" I
In My Solitude"
You Ought to Be in Pictures"
Barnacle Bill the Sailor"
l'm Getting Sentimental Over You"
Texas, Texas, Why Do You Walk That
Did Your Mother Come From Ireland?"
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby"
"Cuddle Llp a Little Closer"
"Lovely to Look At"
There's Something About a Soldier"
l See Your Face Before Me"
Hey, Stop Kissing My Sister"
"Wood Chopper's Ball"
The Devil Sat Down and Cried"
You're a Sweet Little Headache"
"Deep in a Dream"
"Sailboat in the Moonlight"
Shave and a Haircut, Two Bits"
Shiek of Araby"
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lEAN AMADON bestows her featl--
er cut on Anita Snyder.
HELEN ANCONA bestows her per-
sistence on Lois Rogers.
IIMMY BECKER leaves his infecti-
ous grin to Lou Bell.
RUTH BLACK wills the presidency
of the Service Club to lanet Haas.
LORETTA BOECHE bestows her
long fingernails on Lois Kelso.
MIKI BOWMAN wills her good
nature to Dorothy Chappelle.
LYNN BROWN bestows her flirta-
tiousness on Louise Hine.
SEV CARLSON leaves his height to
BETTY COLLINS wills her versatili-
ty to lean Black.
DAVID DUDLEY leaves his quiet-
ness to Irving Dayton.
GERRY EASTON leaves her love of
dancing to Ruth Hollmeyer.
BETTY EVANS wills her worldli-
ness to lean Norris.
MONK FERRIS bestows her athletic:
ability on Gloria Schmidt.
NANCY FULLER leaves her jovial
good humor to Louise Hine.
ELIZABETH GALT leaves her love
of music to Gloria Schmidt.
IACK GREENE passes his tenor voice
on to his brother, Bob.
ABBY IANE HILLMAN wills her
raven black hair to Gina Merriam.
IOE IANES leaves his aversion to
study to Diz Dean.
RUTH IANSSEN leaves her domestic
prowess to Lois Wilson.
GRACY IONES bestows her be-
witching eyes on Ellen Sawyer.
BUD LEWIS leaves his job of Busi-
ness Manager to the coming Senior
PEGGY LODGE wills her neatness to
KENNY McEWEN passes his bowed
legs on to Roger Brown.
TISH MCGREEVY bestows her red
hair on Red Schults.
FRED MILLER leaves his bright plaid
shirt to Tom Stewart.
GERRIE NEAFIE wills the captaincy
of the cheerleaders to Ruth Hollmeyer.
MARION NELSON wills her library
work to George Carrington.
IUNE RITZ leaves her flirtatious
eyes to Marese Miller.
BETTY RUST leaves her magnetic
personality to lane Randall.
PEGGY RUST leaves her argumenta-
tive ways to Sally Cist.
BERNARD SHIR-CLIFF bestows his
love of the literary to Wesley Wagner.
ARCHER SMOCK passes his quiet
remarks on to Wallace Mills.
IACK SPARKES leaves his "flivver"
to Chas Van Duyne.
LORAINE STOLLER bestows her
wit to Grace Whiting.
KENNY SUTPHEN wills his gulli-
bleness to Fred Van Duyne.
IACK SWART leaves his whiskers
to Gus Hine.
CHUCK SWEENEY leaves his job
with Pisarra to the coming employee.
ALLYN THOMPSON bestows her
bow and arrow on lean Kerr.
GALE WALKER wills her record
collection to Gus Hine.
HARVEY WATTS bestows his ath-
letic abilities on Rus Granzen.
WALLY WHITE leaves his bass
voice to George Warren.
lvlost popular subject ...... ..... F rench
Most entertaining subject ..... .........................,............ F rench
Favorite movie of the year ..... ..... ' 'How Green Was My Valley"
Favorite movie actor ..... ...... C ary Cooper
Favorite movie actress ..... ..... C reer Carson
Hottest swing band ...... ..... H arry james
Hottest swing tune ..... "String of Pearls"
Favorite sweet band ....... ........ T ommy Dorsey
Dreamiest Song .... ......... ' 'This Love of Mine"
Catchiest Song ............................ .. "Chattanooga Choo Choo"
Favorite male and female singers ...... ...... H elen Forrest, Ray Eberle
Popular hangout ....... . ............. Neafie's
Favorite nite spot .................. ....... C hicken Barn
lvlost popular women's college .... ....... V assar
Most popular men's college ..... ..... C ornell
Favorite radio program ....... ....... B ob Hope
Favorite comedian ...... ...... R ed Skelton
Favorite Sport ..... ............ B asketball
Boys' theme song ..... .... ' 'l Said Please-"
Girls' theme song .... ...... ' 'l Said No--"
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Top row: McEwen, White,
Lewns, Ferrw, Ritz, Amadon,
Lodge, Watts, Neafue, Carlson.
Second row: Bowman, Boeche,
jones, Hillman, Evans, Coilins,
Stoller, Enrst row: Easton, Waik-
er, 3lack, Brown, McGreevy.
ABBY IANE HILLMAN
Left to right: Nelson, Amaclon,
Hillman, Evans, Sutplwen, Stol-
Left to rrghtt Collins, Amadon
Lodge, Hnllman, Walker, Nel-
son, Ritz, Brown, P. Rust, lan'
ssen, B, Rust.
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Second YOW- F ,is Boeche.
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' hi- Nelson, MCEWen'iT2n?fvnipieir to NEW- Smoc
TOD 'OW' len to liiliCreevYr While' FWS
W lker, Fuller- ' Lewis.
Cozilins, Hillman. Bowman
For production in the proverbial "mad" month of March, the Senior Class
ch th t ' A " " ' '
ose e per ect vehicle in june Mad. This but ot madness was portrayed
before a full house on Friday, March 20, l942..
for high school casting "june Mad" gives a vivid picture
A clever choice
of wild enthusiasm, deep emotion, the black despair - in fact, the utter
confusion that constitutes the process of growing ups"
lvlay we add that due only to the supreme patience and su erb d' t'
p irec ion
of Mr. Doublier, are we able to list another achievement.
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Top row, left to right' Dean, Wilscuiw, Bingham, Bar'h, Stewart, Hughes, Barstow, Schults,
Atkins, Calvert, Pascal, Allen, Tucker, Mills, l-line, Srimrn, Howell. Second row: Leikaru,
Norris, Cunningham, Snyder, Warren, Wagner, Campbell, Stoughton, Ferriauolo, Blattner,
Squire, Cerken, Church, Ferris, Hollrneyer, Bowen, Snelling, l-lurlbut. First rowi Kirkwood,
Cergely, lngranw, Morris, Myers, Baker, Fielding, Zimmerman, Wo ward, Schmidt, Pfizer,
Rogers, Swart, Kelso, Haas. Y
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'Wsure-, several social functions including the traditional
At this writing our class is planning for the
annual Senior Testimonial Dinner in june.
The class of '43 eagerly anticipates the coming
school year, and hopes even to surpass the splendid
record of the class of 42.
Leaving a prosperous path behind us, the Sopho-
more class looks to their junior Year. With our
numerous personalities and talents added to the
many school activities, we find indeed a reputation
worthy of the name that we have acquired,
Our Hop attributed to the hard and efficient
work ot the class, added funds to our treasury and
favorable praise to the reputation of the Class,
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Top row, left to right: Washington, Clark, Rogers, Cougle, Watts, Warren, Carrington, Cham-
pion, Easton, Wadsten, H. McLarin, Kimball, Dean, Kopf, jenkins, Homer, Third row: Flinton,
i Barnholt, Brown, Whiting, lanes, Cist, Moehle, Sawyer, Turkington, Allardice, Schoeck, Dennis,
McDougal, Twist, Hine, White, Beattie. Second row: Mayenzet, Shappelle, Loughlin, DeLeyer,
Dempster, Black, Wickwire, McEwen, Merriam, Reeder, Amadon, Maclvlillan, Hogan, Miller,
Oxehufwudf Weigel. First row: Curran, Dayton, Grambling, Kirkwood, Hunt, Van Duyne,
Greene, Lathrop, Davis, MacCrath, Dege. Mrl 2.-an rtA,mnaf . 37
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W-l Metzger, Wagner, Evans, Wifkwire, Mitchell, Ford, Third rovv: Higgins, Kerr, Barnes, Pfizer,
Singer, Allen, Dillon, Meuller, Evans, Franklin, Cialt, l-ledden. Second row: Lane, Kelso, Meu-
!! ser, Tilton, Dodge, Wurrnstitch, Mills, Davis, Oxehufwud, Williams, Cunningham, Haines. First
row: Bate, Haas, Wood, Randall, Foster, Wilson, Claiborne, Postffippy, Frey. Carroll, Weaver,
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Although the Class of '45 halsl just started on
its four year journey, we have already won recognia
titon in our scholastic and athletic. endeavors, .
Early in the year the class voted to raiseh one
hundred dollars before the end of june. Due to
each students effort we went over the topl.
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Top row, left to right: Hickey, Ancona, Stoughton, Sutphen, Wasson, lohnsrud, Eccles, Tweit,
Stiefle, Van Deusen. Third row: Pillsbury, Dixon, Galt, Mills, Nelson, Bostelmann, Hussey,u't
Hennessey, Case, Gifford. Second row: Simmons, Dayton, Larson, Walker, Miles, Watts, Q
Martens, Brookfield, Himrner, Sweeney, Deleyer, Rust, Willard First row: Van Duyne, Van 1
Orden, Miller, C narroe, alvert, Wight, Littell, Bate, Carrington, Guild, Moehle, 1 'ti ck ' 9
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CY with increasing anticipation,
The Class ot '47 has experienced a successful
beginning for our future years.
We are proud of the fact that the members of
the class are extremely conscientious which has
brought recognition upon us.
The greatest achievement this year was the win-
, , ning ot the magazine subscription contest by a
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We have enjoyed our Seventh Grade year im-
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A A X years to come.
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Top row: Barstow, ewell, Hoth, Murr, MacKinnon, McC ure, Haines, Lindberg, Schoonmaker,
Bowen, Orvis, Morri on, Larsen, Tegtmeler. Second row: Leone, lngram, Scott, Case, Lillien-
dahl, Wasson, Met ger, Kingsland, Humphrey, First row: Anderson, Petry, Davis, Breckley
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The past season was one of our most successful years, offensively.
Through the use of the modern "T" formation our team developed a real
This offensive strength was offset, however, by a weak defense. Our
record of three wins against four losses does not seem very impressive, but
when you consider that all of our opponents, with the exception of St. ,
Bernards, far out number us in male enrollment, it appears more creditable.
We were able to score on our opponents in every instance but the last, and
were one of the two teams to score on the powerful Roxbury High eleven-
a champion in their class.
Next year prospects look the brightest in the history of the school,
Many of this year's outstanding players are returning and for the first time
we are to have a turf to practice and play on. The services of Captain H,
Watts, K, McEwen, W, White, I. Greene, R. Sherrard, B. Shir-Cliff, and K.
Sutphen will be missed, since these Seniors were outstanding in their con-
tribution tothe team work and coordination of the team.
This year, in memory of Thomas Lemonis, a plaque is being mounted at
the place of honor at the new Sports Field. On it will go the name of the
outstanding football player of each year. The dedication of the trophy will
complete the years' activities of the football team.
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school's five year
going through a
as against only 5
at the hands of
larger schoolsg two games each to Boonton
and Bernardsville, and one to Chatham.
The Orange and Blue
posted the best record in the
athletic history. Gaining the
the Morris Conference, and
tough schedule with iS wins
losses. All tive losses were
Both Boonton games were thriller-dillers.
Capacity crowds saw us lose the tirst game by
two points and the second by one. ln view of
Boonton had one of the strongest
history, winning the TriACOunty
that Bernardsville won the North
Championship, we have all the
to be proud of our quintet.
the tact that
teams in its
jimmy Becker was yoTed The ouTsTanding
player by The Team and leading scorers were
Al Gilford and Ken McEwen. In addiTion
Russ Cranzen, Harvey WaTTs, Dudley Dean,
and lack Greene exhibifed fine defensive and
Coach SmiTh is To be commended for The
outstanding job he did in molding such an
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30-28 Roxbury Bernards
60-57 Alumni Nefcong
26-22 Rockaway Rockaway
38-27 Wharton Boonron
43- l 8 Hamburg Roxbury
30-32 Boonton ST. Bernarlfs
30-34 Bernarcls ChaTham
40-I4 Sussex Wharfon
30- l S Hamburg Netcong
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At this writing the l9-42 Mountain Lakes
High School track squad has just reported to
coach R, W, Willing to begin training for its
third season of competition, The team ended
its l94l season by winning its last meet with
Chatham. Although the loss of last year's
seniors, Auser, lvlorese, and Holstein, will be
keenly felt, this year's squad will have the
services of McEwen, Atkins, Watts, Swart,
Stoughton, and Carlson, all of whom won
points last year. Together these boys and
a number of new recruits the present track
team is looking forward to a successful season,
A none-too im r ohe Wm and
two losses was turned in by the hockey team.
The team has several yooh I
great promise, and we tee! that next year our team
r to higher heights ot victories.
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p essive record of '
g payers that show
SOCCER-The soccer season
VOLLEYBALL - Volleyball
was indeed one ot the most
popular sports this year, The
girls turned out in large num-
bers tor practices and the ana
nual tournament was played
with a great deal ot zest?
opened early in October with
girls from all classes partici-
pating in weekly practices, The
season was terminated by the
usual tournaments which the
Seniors succeeded in winning.
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Cterrie Neafue, Captaang Lou
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Stamlrng, lett to ngntz Watts, Whlle, lolfwmrrul, Breckley, LCQR, BLM, Wlqlllllg. Tllfklfll-lll"l.
Evans, Dayton, Conover, Broad, Greene, Suttlngi Brown, Walker, Black, loner, lvlclmen, War-
ren, Hollrneyer, Schrnldt. OFFlC,ERSZ Kenneth McEwen, Prnsrdcnt, Tlwnmx Stewart, Vrrl-
l3resuclent1CraCC lcnnes, Secretary, Patrlcla WGIVCIW. TYCZSUVQV
Top row, lett to rrghti Dodge, Broad, Rlcharclson, Wulsorw, Bell, Crvrnrn, Barstrlw, Lewla, Wag-
ner, Wlwrte, McEwen Tlwrrd row: Clalborne, lvlltchell, Tucker, Brcmnl, Cullrm, Allen, Black,
B man, Neatle, Andrus. Second row: Tllornpson, Snelllng, Alden, Barnlwolt,
R t, Stoller, Lodge, Furst row: Cergely, Rogers,
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.lnrrmawr D, -errls, Brown, Walker, Boeclwg, P. lux
A' falhfmalrl Advrser.
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Ewen, Presldcnlg Dnurwalcl Bmml, Vuce-Preslflewrg Wallace Mull-,, Svcrcmry mwrl Trefmurer.
NATlONAl. HONOR SOCHETY
Ruth Black, Ellzabelh Call, Belly
tty Collms, Ruth Hollmeyer, Harvey Watts,
'WM Haas. OFFICERS: Ruth Black, President larlet Haas,
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LINE and COLOR CLUB
Standing, left to rrglwti MCCr0cvy, Easton, Wlwtung, Sawyer, Musa Callaway, jones, Strmger
Swart, Rogers, Mm- Strung: Flmo, Noafre, Fuller, Wrckwrre, Mcrrmrn. OFFICERS Grace lones
President, lack Strtnger, Secretary-Treasurer, Mass Callaway, Faculty Adyrser.
Top row, left to rlghti lansscn, Twrst, Dayton, Knnpl, lVlcLarIn, Cnrrrngtcun, Pfrzer, Ingram, Mr.
Tumble. Second row. Watts, DvLf'yvr, Merrnam, Turkrngton, lanr-s, Whiting, Knrkvyoocl, Holl-
meyer, Fnrst row: l. Walker, Black, Dcrnpgter, C Walker, Wnckyyrrc, Cist, Sawyc-r, Schoeck,
OFFICERS: Edith Turkrngton, pl't'SIKlCI'lfQ Mr, Trnrnlnlc, Faculty Atlyrscr
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rud, Curfd, Carnngton, Sitting: jones, Rogers, Sawyer, Wilson B
Rust. OFFICERS: jerry Wilson, P ' '
, road, DeLeyer, Hvmmer,
resident, Mass Callaway and M
r, Wrkander, Advisers.
Standing, left to ruglwt: Stoughton, Wurmstttch, E. Galt
Kelso, Brown, Schmtdt, Bamtow, Greene, I, Daytwn, Moe
Broad. Stttlngi Carlmn, E, Galt, Arnadon, E Dayton
Wxllard, M. Catt, Wtcgcl, Watts. Wtrwsor, Kopf.
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
Boys: McEwen, Grambling, Homer, B. Greene, Moe, I
Greene, Lewis, Mitchell, Curran, R. Brown, Warren
Kopf, Miller, Van Duyne, Watts, White, Randel. Girls
McGreevey, Reeder, Flinton, Oxehufwud, Allen, Davis,
Schmidt, Black, Moehle, I. Amadon, DeLeyer, Neafie
Myers, Hillman, B, Kelso, L, Kelso, E. Galt, M. Galt,
Gergely, N. Amadon, Wurmstitcli, Merriam, Swart, L
Brown, Rogers, Gust, Ferris, jones, Norris,
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Sitting: Carlson, lohnsrud, Randel, E, Galt, Amadon
Schmidt, Willard, E Dayton, Miller, Lindberg.
Van Duescn, Greene, l, Dayton, Moe, Broad, MacGratlw,
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We, the Senior Glass of l942, have now attained
the goal for which we have been striving for four
years. l-lowever, it is not without regret that we
must now express our thanks to the faculty and
our parents for their guiding hands through our
four years of learning.
As a class, we are very proud to have been the
first Seventh Grade in the new high school and to
have finally completed our course in a Blaze of
We take great pleasure in saluting those classes
who have so generously donated, from their treas-
uries, to the American Qed Gross, and to the Sports
Field. We relate that it will go far in doing good.
GOODABYE! GOOD LUCKl
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