Mountain Lakes High School - Yearbook (Mountain Lakes, NJ)
- Class of 1943
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PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS
OF MOUNTAIN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL
To Mildred Manley Thompson, staunch cham-
pion and loyal friend, we, the Class of '43, dedi-
cate this record of ourselves and of our schoolmates.
Through her ever-ready sympathy and understand-
ing, we have overcome the manifold obstacles con-
fronting lower classmen and have risen proudly
to the coveted rank of seniors. Among the many
fond memories of the school that we shall carry
with us, one of the most vivid will be Mrs. Thomp-
sonls unfailing kindness, for in her we have
found a priceless gift-fidelity.
THE LAKES STAFF
RUTH K. HOLLMEYER, En'ilor-in-Cbivf
CAROL KIRKVVOOD, Buximnvs Managrr
l G1 r'.i Zimmerman Lois Rogers Charlotte
Olga Gsrgc y. on , ,
Symoncttc, ,loan Pfizer, Anita Snyder, Raymond Grimm,
Mnhlon Tuckcr, W'e5lcy Wagner, Gloria Schmidt, Lincoln
Stoughton, Ronald Campbell, john Barstow, Donald Blartncr,
Lois Kelso, Bette Cunningham, joy Morris, ,lean Norris, janet
Hans, Dorothy Ferris, Palsy Warren, Berry Ingram.
BOARD OF EDUCATICN
Pffiidfnf ,... ,.,,. . . .A..... .A..A,, .,,., . . ..,.,, . ...... MR. HIRAM B. GERBOTH
vice-Pfmdfnff .,.,.A MRS. CURTIS FRANKLIN
Supervising Principal .,,A..,4.....R..,,..R.RR,.. .,.....,R, .R,..., M R . EARLE W. ANIBAL
District Clerk ,4,,,.. 4.4,R,..., TOMPKINS f
MRS. DAVID BLATTNER ' 'Wk' Wiz'-ll!
MRS. RICHARD DUNKEL
MR. LYMAN POWELL
MR. CECRGE LITTELL
MR. WILLIAM MURR
MR. CHARLES KLEM
MR. ATHERTON NOYES, JR.
Through their untiring ejorts and ever-enduring tolerance, this group of public-
spirited citizens has added immeaxurahly to our success.
EARLE W. ANIBAL-Supt'n'ising Principal .. ..
. . ... .. Hamilton, Pl1.B., Columbia A.M.
HELEN M. BLANCI-IARD-linglixb uml Malbrrrzutirr . . . Wellesley, B.A.
MILDRED CALLAWAY-Art ,..,..... ,.4,.4.,..
VIRGINIA CURTIS-Home Et'om1mit'x
MARCEL L. DOUBLIER-I"n'm'b amz' Spanish
H. B. GOODEN-History .. ,.......,........... ,.
CHARLOTTE P, HARRIS-Lulin and German
HELEN HOCKER-Rvgislertwl Nurse
ALICE J. KERR-English and Math:-malirs
MILDRED LANGDON-Malbvmaiirs ......,..
CAROLYN R. MILKEY-Pbysiral Eduralion
EDWIARD T. MILKEY-Mllsit'
MARY C. SIVIEDLEY-Englith ...... ,
ABRAM E. SMITH-Pb3'x.'t'u1 Eduralion
...,... Mississippi State College, A,II., Columbia, A.M.
Michigan State College, ILS., Columbia, A.M.
. ,. .. . Trinity College, ILS., Columbia, A.M.
Colorado State Teachers College, A.I'n., A.M.
University of Chicago, A.I5., Columbia, A.M.
. , .. Columbia, ILS., A.M.
,. .,.. . . . ..,. ...,,.,.,,. I-I unter, I3.A., Columbia, A.M.
, Eastern Kentuclty State Teachers College, University of
Kentucky, A.B., Columbia, A. .
New York University, ILS.,
University of Pennsylvania, B.S., . .
. Savage, B.P.ISd., Rutgers, B.S., Columbia, A.M.
MILDRED M. THOMPSON-Llbrurran ,....,. , , . ,.... . ,..... University of Kansas, A.II.
VVILLIAM E. TRIMBLE-Sriwlfr ,,... West C
FRANK A. WIKANDER-lmluxirial Arix .
RICHARD NV. W'ILLING-Comrm'n'iul ..
hester State Teachers College, B.S., Duke University, Ed.M.
.. ,.,. Newark Normal School, Rutgers University
University of Wisconsin, B.A., A.M.,
Whitewater Teachers College, B,Ii.
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Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, Recreation Club
3, fPresident 4J.
An all-round athlete and a fine student, Gale is an excellent example of the
sound mind in the sound body. With these attributes, plus a propensity for
making friends, he should go far in whatever field he chooses.
ERIC SPICER ATKINS
Track 2, 3, 4 fCap'tJ.
"Atch" has long been one of the school's strongest "muscle-men." He is
noted for his outstanding ability in track and field activities. His hilarious antics
in and out of class render him well liked by his classmates. We wish you luck,
DOROTHY JUNE BAKER
Choir 2, 3, 4.
Here you see one of Mr. Milkey's staunchest, steadiest, sopranos. Dot is
popular with both girls and boys, and those qualities that have earned her this
popularity will surely insure her success in whatever she does.
E. REMINGTON BAKER, JR.
Football 2, 3.
We are no longer astonished when the doctor arrives closely attended by
Rem, for this combination of Clark Gable and Jean Hersholt has a knowledge
and interest in matters medical that would, and probably has, filled several
JOHN BARS OW
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Band
3, 43 Senior Play 45 Yearbook Staff 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Class President lg 1
Committee 2, Junior Fire Department 3, 43 Basketball 4g Librarians' Clu
Glee Club 13 S.G.A. lg
Six feet four inches is not the only thing that distinguishes "Long jc
His achievements embrace many and different fields, and versatility is or
his chief characteristics. He has the qualities it takes to travel far and we
he will do it.
ALBERT K. BARTH
Hockey 2, 3, 4, Recreation Club Vice-President 4.
Al is famous for his love for and ability to play ice hockey. That he
man among men is evidenced by his strength, fwhich has earned him the
name "Bonecrusher"j and his gorgeous brunette girl friend whom more
would like to know. May you live long and prosperously, Al!
WILLIAM N. BINGI-IAM
Basketball 3, 44 Football 3, Service Club 45 Stagecraft Club 13 Librarians'
lg Recreation Club 3, 4, Class Treasurer 45 Junior Fire Department 3, 4.
Bill left us in the middle of the year to join the Navy and enter col
under the V-1 officers' training program. Before he left, however, he establi
himself as a staunch member of the basketball team and a high-ranking stud
Keep afloat, sailor!
DONALD JAMES BLATTNER b
lg A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Play 4, Yearbook Staff
Track 45 Hockey 1, 2, 3g Football Manager 3, Youth Government 4'
Honor Society 3, 4.
Class President 33 Mountaineer Editor 4, S.G.A. 1, 3, 4, Echoes 252, bm:
Don's subtle wit, keen mind, and engaging personality mark hi
and popularity wherever he goes. Successful, and a leader in every ac
has long been one of the most able and enthusiastic members of our cl s
CAROL FRANCES BROWN
Librarians' Club 3, 43 Testimonial Dinner Committee 35 Senior Ball Committee
43 Mountaineer Staff 4g Christmas Card Committee 4g Service Club 4.
Although Carol at first impression seems reserved, to know her well is to
be impressed with her fun-loving nature. She has an enviable reputation for
shouldering difficult tasks and performing them well. She can usually be found
maintaining the dignity of the Service Club at some hall storm-center.
DONALD R. BROAD
S.G.A. 2, 3, President 4, Stagecrafr Club 2, 3, President 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g
Orchestra 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, Vice-President 3, President 4g Football 4g Basketball
Manager 35 Service Club 3, 4g Class President 3' Junior Fire Department 3, 4.
Don, in addition to being a to notch tu en is known to his classmates
as a humorist, football player, dr e , ov o Denville girls supreme.
The school will long remember th via l co e by Don in scholarship
and activities. r
J NEIL C LL
X ' "Ronny,'
Bask tball 1 , 3, 4, Pro o mittee 3, 4, Mountaineer Staff 45 Yearbook
St ff 3 Tra anager 3, 4g ity Show 24 Recreation Club 3, 45 A Cappella
Choir 45 S.G.A. 45 Junior Fire Department 3, 45 Youth Government 4.
Besides being one of the school,s most eligible young men, Ron finds time
to star at basketball and produce art works with a skill bordering on genius.
His all-around popularity points to a future which should be bright with success.
JOHN LE CLERC CHURCH
John is one of the quieter boys in the senior class, having a calm attitude
toward life that is admired by all. Although he has not participated in many
athletics, John's strength is well respected. With his interest in politics, John
may bring "peace in our times."
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BEAT E D. CUNNINGHAM
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Prom Committee 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 33 Stagecraft Club 2, 33 Sadie Hawkins'
Dance Chairman 3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 "Lakes" Staff 43 Testimonial Dinner
That Bette is one of our most popular girls is as much due to her charm
and graciousness as to her stunning periphery. With ever a pleasant word and a
warm smile for everyone, she will be a success in the world of tomorrow.
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H. STUART DODGE
Stagecraft Club 2, 3g Senior Ball Committee 43 Track 43 Sadie Hawkins' Dance
Bill is the electrical wizard of the class, his opinion on all things radio
being the last word. He is an intelligent student and contributes great enthu-
siasm to whatever he undertakes. This has been conclusively demonstrated in
his recent bid for "Class Romeo."
MICHAEL ANDREW FERRAIUOLO
Basketball 2, 43 Stagecraft Club 1, 2, 43
His smile and quiet friendliness have made Mike liked by everyone. He has
shared the glory of M.L.H.S. by his excellent work on the basketball team.
Teachers and schoolmates alike have found him willing, dependable, and a "jolly
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Librarians' Club 43 Service Club 3, 4g Camera Club 1, 2, 33 Yearbook Staff 43
Varsity Show 23 Senior Play Committee 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Mountaineer
Staff 4g Junior Bridge Committee 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
With her quiet reserve, this colleen has a charm all her own. Her varied
activities in school and class organizations mark her as a valued contributor to all
the "doings." Her enigmatic personality makes no wonder, but we love it!
RUTH MIRA FIELDING
Dramatic Club 23 Varsity Show 23 Senior Play 4.
The Muse has been gracious to Ruthie, for her outstanding ability has made
her a leader in all our dramatic undertakings. Ready, willing, and able in class
activities, she has proved herself fine as an actress and as a person.
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A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Service Club 3, 45 Varsity Show 25 Dance Chair-
man 3g Bridge Committee 35 Cake Sale Committee 35 Prom Committee 35
Librarians' Club 2.
Charming, friendly Olly is highly efficient and yet can take time off to
be fun. Her calm, quiet voice will soothe many a patient when she attains her
goal-a nurse's cap. Her sincerity makes Olly one of our favorites.
FREDERICK JOHN GERKEN
Fred's good-nature and wit have livened many otherwise dull hours for
his appreciative classmates. His amicability and happy-go-lucky ways give him
the envied appearance of being happy about the whole thing. Life, to Fred,
is just a bowl of cherries!
ALAN R. GIFFORD
Football 3, 45 Basketball 3, 4g Baseball 3, 4.
On football field, on basketball court or in the classroom, Giff is an out-
standing person. His sportsmanship, his team spirit and his magnetic personality
are only a few of the traits which make him popular with all who know him.
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 35 Baseball 25 Stagecraft
Club 2, 35 S.G.A. 2.
Throughout high school, Russ has been one of our mainstays in athletics.
His ability and determination have made him one of the top members on every
team. His personality and "line" rate high-all the girls will say the same!
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Service Club 3, 45 Prom Committee 4.
One of the most active members of the class and of the Service Club, Ray
has contributed a great deal through his enthusiasm and dependability. Although
he is quiet and self-effacing, he is "johnny-on-the-spot" when something needs
to be done.
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Prom Committee 3, 45 Sadie Hawkins' Dance Committee 3, 45 'Rhial
Dinner Committee 35 Senior Play Committee 45 "Lakes" Staff 45 Mountaineer
Staff 45 Service Club 3, Vice-President 45 S.G.A. 45 Class President 45 National
Honor Society, Vice-President 35 President 45 Youth Government 4.
Entering in the spring of the sophomore year, jan quickly won the admira-
tion and devotion of the entire school. Her genuine interest and ability have
made her a credit to each of the many organizations which proudly call her
RUTH IZUIZZELMEYER w
National Honor Society 3, 45 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, Captain 45 Editor-in-Chief
"The Lakes" 45 Yearbook Staff 15 Service Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Stage-
craft Club 2, 35 Junior Bridge Chairman 35 Varsity Show 1, 25 S.G.A. 1, 35
Secretary of A.A. 35 Class Treasurer 25 Mountaineer Staff 45 Girls' Sports 1, 2,
3, 45 Prom Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Testimonial Dinner Committee 35 Sadie
Hawkins' Dance Committee 3, 45 Youth Government 45 Senior Play 4.
We consider ourselves lucky to have glamorous Ruthie in our class, for her
personality and ability are almost unequaled. A leader in every activity, she is
largely responsible for the success of our undertakings. Let's have your recipe
for popularity, Ruthie!
A Cappella Choir 4g S.G.A. 4, Camera Club 1, 2, 3g Dance Group 1, 2g Cake
Sale 3g Mountaineer Staff 4g Librarians' Club 4, Senior Play Committee 4g
Varsity Show 25 Service Club 4g Yearbook Staff 44 Sadie Hawkins' Dance Com-
mittee 3, 45 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4g Prom Committee 3, 4.
Although she has a finger in every pie, Betty has been particularly promi-
nent in sports. She has also been one of the most outstandin girls in class
activities. With her sincerity and friendliness she has e ne 0ne's respect
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LOIS MARIE KELSO
Librarians' Club 1, 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, All-State Chorus 43
Dramatic Club 25 Varsity Show 2g Prom Committee 1, 2.
Lois has one of the most fascinating personalities in the Senior Class. Al-
though she is quiet and reserved, her faculty for making friends is great. Her
sincerity and intelligence make her one of the most respected and outstanding
girls we know.
NANCY CAROL KIRKWOOD
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Service Club 43 Business Manager "The Lakes" 4g National
Honor Society 45 Bridge Committee 35 Cake Sale Committee 35 Mountaineer
Staff 45 Prom Committee 3, 4.
As the capable business manager of "The Lakes," Kirk has been invaluable
to the class. Reliable and conscientious, she sees a job through once she has
begun it. Her straightforward honesty and good nature have earned her many
KENNETH A. LEIKARI
Although far from forward, Lake makes friends easily. His unfailing smile
always brings forth a response because of his sincerity and unself-consciousness,
His quiet personality grows on everyone who knows him. According to Ken
the world is a great place!
WALLACE R. MILLS
Stagecraft Club lg Camera Club 2, 3g S.G.A. 4g A Cappella Choir 45 Hi-Y
2, 3, 4, Youth Government 4.
With his charming smile and unobtrusive humor, Wally has endeared him-
self to us all. A leader in every activity, he has been a mainstay of the class
and school organizations. His willing good nature will take him far, we knows
Mountaineer Staff 43 Yearbook Staff 4g Librarians' Club 4, Service Club 44
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3, 4.
Without joy's diligent, conscientious help, many class activities would
not have achieved success. Her twinkling eye and her ready smile have insured
her many friends. Her ideas and willingness to carry them out make her a
valued contributor to every activity.
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One of the most retiring members of our class, Georgia is nevertheless one
of its most enthusiastic supporters. Her practical nature and her loyalty have
helped us when we needed it most. Her soothing personality makes her a grand
JEAN MURRAY NORRIS
Service Club 49 Class Secretary 4g Yearbook Staff 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4g
Girls' Sports 43 Cap and Gown Committee 4g Bridge Committee 3, 45 Cake
Sale Chairman 3g Prom Committee 3, 45 Youth Government 4.
"Doc" is one of the most outstanding people in class. Level-headed though
she is, her sense of humor and originality have lightened many dull hours for us
all. Steady and sincere, "Doc" is a thoroughly dependable friend and classmate.
PAUL G. PASCAL
Football 2, 3, 4.
Our loss has been the Navy's gain, for with Paul went the respect and
liking of all his classmates. A bulwark of the football team, he has contributed
greatly to the pres ige of the school. Here's success to a swell person!
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JUAN MARILYN PFIZER
Service Club 4g Librarians' Club 43 Camera Club 2, 33 Senior Ball Committee 43
Senior Play Chairman 4, Youth Government 4g Mountaineer Staff 4g Girls'
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 2g Bridge Committee 3, 4g Yearbook Staff 45
National Honor Society 4.
Her clear-sightedness and dependability have put Joanie in the lead in all
activities. We count on her in many predicaments for her common sense and
willingness. She is liked and respected by all for her quick wit and grand
Quiet and reserve don't always mean a lack of personality, for Hugh's
smile and unfailing friendliness have made him one of the best-liked boys in the
class. Though an out-of-towner, he fits well into the school and into our liking.
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Although Hugh has been with us for only a year, he has become an inte-
gral part of the school. His happy-go-lucky adaptability has earned him a well-
deserved place as one of the "top men" in the Senior Class.
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Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, 35 Camera Club 25 S.G.A. 43 Prom Com-
mittee 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 Service Club 3, 4g Yearbook Staff 43
Mountaineer Staff 4, junior Bridge Committee 35 Stagecraft Club l, 2, 3.
"Rog" is gifted not only with an extraordinary talent for art work, but
also with a genius for getting things clone as well. Through her capability and
enthusiasm our dances have achieved success, and through her personality she
has won countless friends.
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GLORIA KATHRYN SCHMIDT
Mountaineer Staff 45 Yearbook Staff 43 Service Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, A
Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, A.A. lg ,Prom Committee 2, 3, 43
Sadie Hawkins' Dance Committee 3, 45 Bridge Committee 3, S.G.A. 3, Cake
Sale Committee 3, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Youth Government 4.
Glo is one of our most active girls and her activities speak for her. Excell-
ing in sports, she also has participated on multitudinous committees. Glo's blond
hair and bright blue eyes have lent charm to both class and school.
ROBERT ROY SHULTS
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 3, 4, Hockey 35 Tennis 1, 25
A Cappella Choir 45 Athletic Association 25 Junior Fire Department 4.
Red's winning personality and charm have won him the much coveted
and well-deserved title of the most popular senior boy. His gaiety and his con-
sideration fer others make him outstanding both as a classmate and as a friend.
KENNETH DOWN SMOCK
Baseball 3, 4.
When Ken went into the armed service, the Senior Class lost a valued.
member, for his ready smile and unending good nature have made him scores
of friends. Although he is far from aggressive, everyone knows him as a fine
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olleyball 2, Cappella Choir 4g Prom Committee 2, 3, 4, Sadie Hawkins'
Dance Committee 3, 4g Service Club 3, 4, Junior Bridge Committee 3.
Mary Beth's sunny friendliness and charm have made her one of the best
liked of the senior girls. Her sweet disposition and her Constant cooperation
in all our activities have especially marked her for a place in our hearts.
MARY ANITA SNYDER
Camera Club 2, Service Club 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Art Club 1, Prom
Committee 2, 3, 4g Athletic Association 23 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4,
One of the belles of our class, petite, lovable and charming, Snits spreads
cheer and gaiety wherever she goes. Full of pep, vim and vigor she has been
an important and loyal member of both athletic and other organizations.
ROBERT C. SQUIRE
Football 3, 45 Hockey 3.
As an able guard on the football squad and a lightning center in hockey,
Bob, a Denville boy gained fame and friends at M.L.H.S. His genial nature and
ability to get along with everyone have made him one of our favorites.
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Basketball 2, 4, Baseball 3, 4g Track 45 A Cappella Choir 1' S.G.A. Vice-Presi-
dent 3, Junior Fire Department 4g Recreation Club 3, 4, Youth Government 4
This manly Apollo not only excels in many sports, chief among them being
basketball, baseball and track, but also is a member of many organizations
Tom's engaging personality and hidden versatility should assure him a high
mark in life.
Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, Captain 4g Football 2, National Honor Society 4g
Yearbook Staff 4, Student Mayor 4g Echoes Staff 2, Mountaineer Staff 4,
Orchestra 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 33 Junior Fire Department, Chief 4g Class
Vice-President 3, 4, Prom Committee 2, Chairman 3, 45 Varsity Show 2.
As vice-president of the class, student mayor, and a stalwart member of
sport and other organizations, Linc has won an enviable place in our class. His
magnetic personality is sure to gain him success in the world just as it has
DORIS ELAINE SWART
A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Group lg Sadie Hawkins' Dance Committee
3, 4, Girls' Sports lg Art Club 35 Service Club 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2.
Doris can often be seen at some hall intersection, for she is a diligent
member of the Service Club. Possessor of a beautiful voice and an artistic
ability for decorating, her help on dance committees has been consid
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Girls' Sports 2, 4g Prom Committee 3, 4, Librarians' Club 4g Service Club 4:
Mountaineer Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
This beauteous lady of the class is noted for her wit. "Chats" holds one of
the important bids for "Class Juliet." Her sprightly articles have often appeared
in the "Mountaineer," and her cheerful personality has made a hit with
MAHLON WOOLSEY TUCKER
Service Club 3, 4g Yearbook Staff 4, Senior Ball Committee 4.
Sincere, const.-:ntious Mahlon has long been a leading figure in all school
and class activities. A devoted member of the Service Club, he has shown him-
self to be capable in many fields. His straightforward manner has won him
CHARLES VAN DUYNE
A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 35
Tennis lg Band lg Camera Club 25 Football Manager 4.
Affectionately known at "Chas" to everyone, this well-known and well-
liked senior bo has added a reat deal to the success of our class. His infectious
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Librarians' Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Service Club 3, 45 Testimonial
Dinner Committee, Chairman, 3, Youth Government 4, S.G.A. 15 Mountaineer
Staff 45 Camera Club 2.
Wes is one of our most outstanding and versatile seniors. He is a valued
classmate because of his eonscientiousness and ability, he is a valued friend
because of his jovial good nature. His intelligence and genialty make him uni-
S.G.A. Treasurer 3, Vice-President of Class lg Librarians' Club 2, 3, Girls'
Sports 2, 3, 45 Testimonial Dinner Committee 35 Service Club 4, Prom Com-
mittee 3, 4g Sadie Hawkins' Dance Committee 3, 4g Senior Bridge Chairman 45
Yearbook Staff 4, Mountaineer Staff 4.
Patsy is the strawberry blonde of our class. She is extremely active and
her able assistance on bridge and -dance committees has made her almost indis-
pensable. Patsy's easy-going nature, hearty laugh, and glamorous personality
have made her scores of friends.
JAMES R. WILSON, JR.
Stagecraft Club President 2, 3, 4, Service Club 3, President 4, Junior Fire
Department 3, 43 Youth Government 4.
While president of the service Club, Jerry has been known as an affable
but stern ruler of the halls. Here as in other organizations his name is synony-
mous with service. This together with his pleasing manner assure him success.
Track 43 Orchestra 1, 3, 4.
Mac is a Towaco boy, who besides being a scientific wizard, has found
time to play in the orchestra, go out for track and join class committees. His
jovial manner and scientific aptitude assure him a high mark in life.
VALERIE JANE WOODWARD
Dance Group 1, 25 A Cappella Choir 49 Girls' Sports l, 2, 3, 4.
This petite blonde with twinkling eyes participated in many girls' sports
and lent her voice to the choir and her nimble feet to the Dance Group. Val's
taciturn personality and sunny smile have made an impression on all of us.
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Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3, 43
Zim is a Denville girl whose extraordinary class spirit is linked with a
pleasing personality. She has been on many committees and participated in girls'
sports. All the time Zim has been with us, her willingness to help others has
made her many friends.
MISS HELEN BLA
I n Appreciation
To Miss Helen Blanchard may we gratefully voice our appreciation for her enthu-
siastic advising of our class in the latter part of our career. A large portion of Whatever
success we may claim is due directly to her leadership and cooperation. Heartfelt thanks
' r who is at once inspired and inspiring!
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Gale Allen leaves his technique to Rog Brown.
Eric Atkins bestows his track versatility upon
Dorothy Baker wills her love of chattering to
Rem Baker leaves his beard to Lloyd Champion.
John Barstow wills Kansas to the next Kansan to
Al Barth bestows his "terrific" hand-shake upon
the school's next bonecrusher.
Bill Bingham leaves his ability in the dark-room
to Barbara Barnholt.
Don Blattner bestows his excellent newspaper work
upon Len Frey with the hope that Len can
cope with it.
Carol Bowen wills Stuart to the Army.
Don Broad leaves the presidency of the S.G.A. to
its next executive odicer.
Ron Campbell wills his suave manner to Jack
John Church bestows his blond hair upon Dick
Bette Cunningham leaves her smooth complexion
to Norma Gifford.
Stuart Dodge bestows his love of things electrical
upon Charles Curran.
Mike Ferraiuolo wills his Ipana smile to Marese
Dorothy Ferris leaves her love of late hours to the
next night owl.
Ruth Fielding wills her love of Shakespeare to
Olga Gergely bestows her love for the Navy upon
Fred Gerken leaves his humor to Lou Doelling.
Al Gifford passes on his ability to "wolf" to Lou
Russ Granzcn bestows his athletic ability upon
Ray Grimm wills his daily morning ride from To-
waco to Warren Richardson.
jan Haas leaves her chair to the football team with
hopes that they won't need it.
Ruthie Hollmeyer bestows her love of dark lip-
stick upon Lou Singer.
Betty Ingram passes on her love of sports to Jean
Lois Kelso leaves her fingernails to the next girl
who can grow them as long as her own.
Carol Kirkwood wills her bangs to Joanne Humph-
Ken Leikari wills his aversion to all things faculty
to Ben Cox.
Wally Mills leaves his mania for ski trips to Lou
joy Morris passes on her "apple polishing" ability
to Sally Cist.
Georgia Myers bestows her quietness upon Ruth
Jeannie Norris leaves her ability to make faces to
Joanie Pfizer passes on her ability to dress well to
Hugh Richardson wills his bicycle to Phil Bate.
Hugh Risdon leaves his quietness to Harry Rogers.
Loie Rogers bestows her artistic ability upon jack
Glo Schmidt wills her athletic ability to Ellen
Red Shults passes on his apropos remarks to Warren
Mary Beth Snelling leaves her sparkling eyes to
Snits Snyder bestows her pep upon Audrey Leek.
Bob Squire wills his love of hockey to Skip Watts.
Tommy Stewart passes on his plaid skirts to Art
Linc Stoughton bestows his versatility upon Louis
Doris Swart leaves her flowing tresses to Babs
-mats Symonette wills her love of roller skating to
Mahlon Tucker bestows his love of zooming upon
Chas Van Duyne wills his car to Bob Greene.
Wes Wagner leaves the Penguin clubhouse to his
Pat Warren bestows her strawberry blondness upon
Jerry Wilson leaves the presidency of the Service
Club to the next officer.
Mac Winsor bestows his briefcase upon Willard
Val Woodward wills her petiteness to Marese Miller.
Gloria Zimmerman leaves her inclination to blush
at the slightest thing to Alma Higgins.
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What's good about it?"
I don't care"
Are you kidding"
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I guess so"
Oh, my gosh"
He's soooo sweet"
Are you kidding?"
Don't get huffy"
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Being called "Red"
Chanel No. 5
Staying up late
Wine, women and song
Showing his etchings
Setting them up
WANTS TO BE
A Tommy Manville
To be married
PROBABLY WILL BE
Cigar Store Indian
On a diet
Man in Kreml ads
The Wolf Song
Pretty Little Busybody
She Don't Wanna
The Lone Prairie
When the Lights Go on Again
joy, to the World
Carry Me Back to Old Virginia
Oh, johnny, Oh
A Little Bit Independent
Let's Get Away From It All
Laugh, Clown, Laugh 1
Slender, Tender, and Tall
It CAN'T Be Wrong
In My Merry Oldsmobile
Miss Five by Five
Dancing in the Dark
Moonlight Becomes You
Tea for Two
Merrily We Roll Along
Come Josephine, in My Flying M
In a Mist
You'rc a Sweet Little Headache
Four or Five Times
Bicycle Built for Two
Not So Quiet Please
How About You?
Street of Dreams
Beer Barrel Polka
Rosie, the Riveter
The Bad Humor Man
Big Noise From Winnetka
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
In My Solitude
Georgia on My Mind
Fireman, Save My Child
Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie
First Row: lfivlding, Zimmerman, Morris, Snyder, Cuniiinglinm.
Sound Row: Symoncttc, Whgncr. Rigcrs,Stm1glitm1, Kirkwuud,
Pfizer, Ferris, Grimm, Tucker, Ingram.
Despite the icy sheath covering the ground on that stormy December night, the
Senior Ball was a smashing success. The silver and green boughs bordering the walls
lent an air of dignified Christmas cheer to our usually informal gymnasium. Couples
danced to the melodious strains of Budd-Laird's lilting music. PS. We made a profit.
SADIE HAWKINS DANCE COMMITTEE
First Rrw: Pfizer, Morris, Hollmcyer, Kirkwood, Fielding, Second Row: Smughtin, Rogers, Ferris,
Cunningham, W'agncr, Ingram, Snyder.
SENIOR BRIDGE COMMITTEE
Pfizer, Hollmeyer, Swan, Warren, Norris, Ingram, Fielding.
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Second Row: Hollmeyer, Barstow, Blattner, Symonette, Wilson, Kirkwood,
SEN IDR PLAY
In May, the Senior Class, after months of diligent practicing,
gave its annual production, the senior play. The play, "Brother
Goose," a comedy-in-three-acts, made a big hit with the entire
"Brother Goose," ably directed by Mr. Doublier, depicts life
in the Adams' house, run by the big brother, Jeff. This theme
is a good means of displaying the various talents of the members
of rhe senior class.
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First Row: Reeder, McDougall, Beattie, Oxeliufwud, Easton, Mclfwen, Kopf, janes,
Dempster, Twist, Miller, Hogan. Second Row: Cist, Black, Sawyer, Allardice, Moehle,
Dennis, Amadon, Mayenzet, Flinton, MacMillan, Barnholt. Third Row: Turkington,
Brown, Greene, Rogers, Clark, Lathrop, Kimball, McGrath, Dayton, Alden. Fourth
Row: Cougle, Grambling, Dege, Clark, Curran, Watts, Champion, Davis, Jenkins,
Nl JU IOR CLASS
Since we entered the high school, the Class of '44 has tried to be
represented in the various activities throughout the school. Now in our
junior year we have the pleasure of seeing our classmates in the choir,
in the band, on the different athletic teams, and being well represented
in the S.Cv.A., and the many other organizations.
Our class activities started last year with our Sophomore Hop
and have continued favorably this year with two dances, a paper sale,
a bridge and a Testimonial Dinner.
Although the road has been rough, and we have stumbled a few
times along the way, we feel that we will continue the good feeling
that goes with being seniors.
First Row: Scott, Foster, Randel, Frey, Morris, Bass, Button, Wood. Second Row
Fvans, M., Mills, Mueller, Dodge, Singer, Hedden, Claiborne, Allen, Haas, Davis
Pfizer, Higgins, Carlson, Galt. Third Row. Srrin er Richter Franklin Williams
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Dillon, Oxehufwud, Haines, Cunningham, Kelso, Barnes, Mueser, Wurmstich, Metzger,
Florman. Fourth Row: Anthony, Larsen, Krug, Moe, Conover, Evans, Bell, Risdon
Wilson, Doelling, Post, Grimths, Webster, Sehoheld, Ford. Fifth Row: Weaver
Black, Binner, Stapley, Wadston, Tippy, Wagner, Brown, Claiborne, O., Andrus
Bate, Whitman, Ludkins, Hazzard.
During the past school year the Sophomore Class has continued
to maintain the high standards it set in its three previous years in Moun-
tain Lakes High School.
Our social doings have been limited in favor of more serious things,
but in sports we have contributed excellent material to the basket-
ball, football, and track squadsg and our members have taken an active
part in all school organizations.
The sophomores set the pace for patriotism by the sale of War
Stamps at booths erected for this purpose.
ff",atf",,i ,Nw FRESHMAN CLASS
We, the up and coming class of '46, have made a successful sea-
son of our ninth grade year, With our numerous personalities and
talents we have earned, indeed, a reputation worthy of the name that
we have acquired.
Although the class has just started on its four year journey, we
have already won recognition in our scholastic and athletic endeavors.
Our boys show much interest in athletics and especially in basketball
where there are quite a number who display promising talent for the
We look to the years ahead with hope of contributing something
to our school and community which will make the Class of '46 long
remembered as an outstanding group of students.
First Row: Watts, Miles, Bowen, Stocks, Dayton Btnrdman, Bostelm n Si
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Hummer, MaeDougall, Nelson. Second Row: Butterworth, Gifford, Dixon, Mills,
Brookfield, Martens? Larsen, Galt, Willard, Dayton, Lynch, DeLeyer. Third Row'
Stiefle, Blazure, Conarroe, johnsrud, Mola, Wight, Miller, Singer, Guild, Van Deusen,
Knops. Fourth Row: Stoughton, Ancona, Litrell, Tweit, Van Duyne, Calvert,
Sutphen, Haskell, Campbell, Bate, Moehle, Bessemer.
EIGHTH GRADE Us B'ef"'eY
Ruth Ann Kingsland
Although the Class of '47 has not yet started on its long journey, Cf:'f"fi"'3'
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we show promising talent in the athletic field, in the art department, Tffumxrs
and in scholastic ability. Roy Lindberg
Our class is handicapped socially as we have only eleven boys to our
twenty-six girls. However, we make up for this as we are represented
by our class members in the A Cappella Choir, several members in the
band, and one on the Jayvee basketball team. Last year we estab-
lished the junior Art Club. It has been most successful, and we hope
it will continue to be so.
Our treasury has grown considerably in our two years here and
in the future we hope to surpass the splendid records of the preceding
Although war overshadows all of our thoughts and activities for
thc resent, we look forward with confidence to the future and its " hi
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possibilities when the victory will have been attained.
First Row: Petty, Handville, Lilliendahl, Paisch, Evans, Lindberg, Breckley, Kings- Q
land, Leone, Scott, Davis, Leek. Second Row: Humphrey, Metzger, Case, Beck
Wilcox, Goeller, Templeton, Barstow, Wasson, Jewell, Ingram, Armstrong, St. Angelo,
Strain. Third Row: Schoonmaker, Orvis, McClure, Feasey, Purcell, Bowen, Mac-
Kinnon, Haines, Murr, Hoth, Morrison.
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First Row: Rockerfeller, Singer, Grimmison, Randall, Pillsbury, Klein, Scott, Shum-
way, Smart. Second Row: Stapeley, M., Stapley, gl., Feasey, Kingsland, Sutphen,
Bowen, Peasback, Claiborne, Myers, Stone. Third Row: Rogers, Willard, Perry,
Gould, Boneson, Doelling, Harrington, Brown, Woodward. Fourth Row: Haines,
Loughlin, Binner, Pabst, Cobb, Nordstrum.
SEVENTH GR DE
Cn September 9, 1942, a group of boys and girls walked into
Mountain Lakes High School looking rather dazed. We were the seventh
grade. Everyone learned his way around and got into the swing of
things soon. We had a lot of fun with the magazine sale and it gave us
a start in our treasury. Our dues make up the rest of the class savings.
Although the seventh grade cannot give any dances, games, or plays,
we attend them all. Most of our boys hope to get on a team later on,
and lots of girls want to be cheerleaders. Our class, like every other,
would like to be the best fand smartest?j class that ever graduates
from "the big red schoolhouse."
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f' This year Mountain Lakes produced a new football field and a new and better team
To to go along with it. During the '42 season the team ran up the best record ever made
by any Orange and Blue eleven.
They romped through the first five games of the season with an average score of
twenty-nine points to their opponents' six. The next two games were with larger schools
f 2 and the Orange and Blue met with hard-fought defeats. The spirit of the '42 team was
' very high and points to a turn in the records of Mountain Lakes' future football teams.
Q This year also saw a perfected T-formation backfield which was outstanding and
which was ably supported by the line.
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Conference cup. Let us hope that next year's eleven will be able to retain this cup.
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First Row: Mitchell, Wubstcr, Tippy, Randcl, Mm'
Second Row: Curran, Black. Couglc, Sclinficld, Con
ifvcr, Clark. Standing: V:m Duync CM.1n.igurD, Broad
Champion, Squire, Wxltts, Granzcn, Bnrxtnw, Gifford
Sliults, Allen, Brown, D., Hrnwn, R.
Kneeling: Kopf, Brown, Greene, Bell, Calvert, Easton, Conover, Doelling
Singer, Randel. Standing: Coach Smith, Tippy, jenkins, Stewart, livans
Gifford, Black, Campbell, Stoughton, Ferraiuolo, Allen, Granzen
Our '42-'43 basketball team was one of the best Mountain Lakes has ever produced,
despite the number of losses recorded in the books.
We competed against larger schools than usual, and came through with many vic-
tories against these more experienced teams. We were invited to the annual State Tour-
nament and were defeated by Roxbury, whom we had previously beaten. Another feature
was the post-season Small Schools' Conference Tournament which we won by defeating
Wharton, and thereby retaining the cup won by last year's team.
One of the most exciting games of the season was our well-deserved victory over
our arch-rival Boonton High School. Another high point of the year was the hard-
fought and close-scoring games with Roxbury.
The varsity squad with one exception was composed entirely of seniors and one of
these boys was a high-ranking scorer in the county.
Alan Gifford was high man with 219 points and Tom Stewart was second with 129
Much credit is due to Mr. Smith's excellent coaching. May he be as successful with
next year's team!
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First Row: Rogers, Whitman, Conover, Bute, Morris, Claiborne, Frey, Clark, jenkins.
Standing: Lathrop, Brown, Mills, Stoughton, R., Dayton, Wagner, T,, Stewart,
Stoughton, L., liaston, Blattncr, Conch W'illing. Third Row: Andrus, Dodge, Squire,
Clark, Atkins, Shults, Wagner, W., Watts, Curran, Barstow.
At this writing the 1943 Mountain Lakes' track team
is in the midst of what is proving to be a highly successful
season. Many of the boys on this year's team had the ad-
vantage of the training and experience of cross-country
last fall and competition in the National Interscholastic
indoor meet in Madison Square Garden in February.
This spring's track squad is the largest yet and is well
balanced with strength in all events. Several school records
have already been broken and it looks as if more are to
follow. Tom Stewart is burning up the track in the 100
and 220 yard dashes. In the Newark Invitation meer he
ran the 100 in 10.2. Captain Eric Atkins has raised the high
jump ceiling to 5 feet, 11 inches, Lincoln Stoughton cut
2 seconds off the 440 record and will undoubtedly lower
his own mile mark, Charles Curran has cut a second from
the high hurdle record, and Skippy Watts has added 32
feet to the discus record. Although he has yet to break
McEwen's record in h
t e shot put, Red Shults is undefeated
in that event. Gale Allen is doing well in the hurdles,
Roger Brown and Charles Van Duyne are taking care of the
pole vaulting, John Barstow has been earning points in the
weights, while Jack Scofield, Fred Lathrop, Robert Wad-
sten, Irving Dayton, and Ted Wagner have done likewise in
the running events.
1943 TRACK SCHEDULE
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One of the most important extracurricular activities for girls is the Girls' Sports
under the able guidance of the Physical Education Department.
Basketball, field hockey, volleyball, badminton, and baseball are all stressedg and
after school one can find many of our girls participating in one of these sports.
An outstanding feature of the year's program is the annual Field Night held early
in june. The parents of our students are invited, and at this time various exhibitions
of our prowess at sports are displayed.
Another highlight of the year's schedule is the tournaments held at the end of
each particular sport's season. This year found the seniors victorious in field hockey and
volleyball, while the freshmen captured the honors in basketball.
Sports are indeed an important part of high school, and at M.L.H.S. they hold an
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An asset to all our athletic contests is our peppy cheerleading squad. No game
would be complete without these representatives who, with their snappy cheers and ear-
splitting yells, have spurred our teams on to many a victory.
New cheers were introduced this year, and several pep rallies were held. Another
feature was the new uniforms which were sported during the basketball season.
The captain is Ruth Hollmeyer and the members of the squad are Kitty Allen,
Sally Cist, Alma Higgins, Bea Pfizer, jean Black and Jane Randall with Diane Himmer as
Kitty Allen, Ruth Hullmeyer, Captain Sally Cist
Alma Higgins, Bea Pfiler, juan Black. Qjane Randall
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First Row: Rogers, lngrarn, Davis, Mcliwen, Broad, Mills, Mcehle, Haas. Second row: Boardman, Van
Deusen, Singer, Butterworth, Allarclice, Turkington, Lilliendahl, Bonnesen, Haine. Third Row: Stringer,
Campbell, W'ilwn, Allen, Blattner, Bell, Mitchell, Dayton, Kopf, Claiborne.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
Keeping a watchful eye and a firm hand on all student activities, the S.G.A. has made
its influence felt throughout the school. Prominent among its many activities were a
declaration of its policy regarding vandalism and the issuance of free S.G.A. tickets
to the teachers and employees of both schools. Its impartiality and its unwavering
loyalty to its principles have made the S.G.A. one of the school's most respected
This year the Service Club has put new meaning into being a member of its organi-
zation, as witnessed in the awarding of pins to the Senior members. Mrs. Thompson,
the new faculty adviser, who has shown much interest in the club problems, had added
immeasurably to the great strides taken.
First Row: Gergely, Allen, Warrne, Snyder, jones, Norris, Snelling, Cunningham. Second Row: Mrs,
Thompson, McEwen, Janes, Symonette, Mayenzct, Wilson, Ingram, Morris, Rogers, Haas. Third Row:
Pfizer, Evans, Ferris, Moehle, Kirkwood, Barnholt, Schmidt, Amadon, Allardicc, Hollmcyer. Fourth Row:
Davis, Wagner, Curran, Stringer, Barstow, Grimm, Tucker, Broad.
THE LINE AND COLOR CLUB
Under the capable direction of Miss Callaway, the club has continued to encourage
creative art and to foster a greater appreciation of art in everyday life. This knowledge
will be of great use in the future.
Scared: Miss Smedley, Kopf, Symon-
etre, Snyder, Dempster, Blatrner
Schmidt, Frey, Morris, Ferris
Standing: Zimmerman, Kelso, War-
ren, Davis, Holixneyer, Campbell
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zer, Kirkwood, Stoughton, Rogers,
This year, for the first time, the school could boast a newspaper, the MOUN-
TAINEER. Organized early with Miss Smedley as faculty adviser, Don Blattner as
Editor, and Carol Bowen as Business Manager, the staff improved with each issue by
weekly classes in journalism. The ability demonstrated by some of the underclassmen
gives proof that the MOUNTAINEER will become a school institution.
Seated: Mills, Hollmeyer, Haas,
Blattner, Kirkwood. Standing: Rog-
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Membership in the National Honor Society is based on Character, Leadership,
Scholarship, Service, and the members' purpose is to uphold those principles in our school.
One of the most active school organizations this year was the Hi-Y which did even
more creditable work than in former years. Organizing the Youth Government program,
attending conferences throughout the state, and having two of its members elected to
the Model Legislature in Trenton were the high-lights of the year. The '43 chapter has
set a fine example for future Mountain Lakes' Hi-Ys to follow.
First Row: Mr. Pancake, Dayton
Kopf, Broad, Mills, Webster, Ran-
del. Second Row: Tippy, Conover
Grambling, Curran, Rogers, Brown
First Row: Mills, Himmer, Dixon.
Second Row: Mrs. Thompson,
Moehle, Ingram, Kelso, L., Morris,
Symonette. Third Row: Pfizer, Fer-
ris, Barnholt, Janes, Kelso, B., Cun-
ningham, Amadun, Barnes.
Under Mrs. Thompson's direction, the members of the Librarians' Club assist in
the library. Although the number of members is not large, their competent assistance
in checking books in and out, giving information to students, and helping in various
other ways does much to relieve Mrs. Thompson.
Much credit is due to this active organization, for the Stagecraft Club by building
scenery and other structures has added immeasurably to the success of many of the
school's projects. Miss Callaway and Mr. Wikander, the faculty advisers, deserve much
praise for their well-directed aid.
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sen, Morrison, johnsrud, Miss Call-
away, Broad, Davis, Wilstin, Curran
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Marching smartly onto the field in their snappy uniforms, the band added much
to the excitement and enjoyment of the football season this year. Under the able
guidance of Mr. Milkey, many new' selections were learnedg and the school can be
justly proud of this fine musical organization.
Under the expertly wielded baton of Mr. Milkey, the orchestra performed at various
occasions this year. At this writing, the schedule of appearances includes playing for
the graduation of the Nurses' Aides and at the commencement of the Senior Class in June.
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