Mountain Lakes High School - Yearbook (Mountain Lakes, NJ)
- Class of 1944
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Text from Pages 1 - 64 of the 1944 volume:
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The Senior Class
June ..... 1944
Mt. Lakes High School
Mountain Lakes, N.
To Mr. Edward T. Milkey, our apable music
supervisor, class adviser and above all, our friend,
We, the Class of 1944, affectionately dedicate
our yearbook. In this small way, we are endeav-
oring to show that we are conscious of the sincere
interest that he has always manifest in our group
during the past twelve years.
THE L KES STAFF
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-lean Black, Chairman
Jolugmpby . , , Apeda Studio, Mr.
tn MarGrafh. Seeoml
, Nancy Amadon
. Leonard Frey
Progress Publishing Company
W. Trimble, Mr. R. Willing
. ,..,..,. Mr. E. T. Milkey
.Mr. M. L. Doublier
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Rf'Sf,if3,g'f"Uf aint, cuffw W"'!igl,if'Rim1a11.
E. W. ANIBAL
Sullvrrising Principal E
ROBERT J. SMITH
IRENE P. DUNN
BOARD of EDUCATION
Przfsidmf ....... , MR. HIRAM B. GERBOTI-I
Vice-Prvsidvnl ,,... .. . MRS. CURTIS FRANKLIN
Dixirirf Clerk . .... ....,...,,. . ,, .... ......., . . ...,. MR. JOHN A. TOMPKINS
MRS. DAVID BLATTNER MR. GEORGE LITTELL
MRS. RICHARD DUNKEL MR. WILLIAM MURR
DR. LYMAN POWELL MR. CHARLES KLEM
MR. ATHERTON NOYES, JR.
Top Row-Doublivr, Ellis, Wikarrdcr, Gooden, E. Milkfy, Trimble, Willing. Srmml Row--McManus,
Ezltly, Thompson, Hurlzrr, Callaway, Harris, Pbvlun, Smcdlry. Tbinl Row-Blum'bam', C. Milkry, Anibul,
Smilh, Dunn, Kerr.
IEARLF W. ANIBAL-Su,br'r1'ising Prinrifml , ..
ROBERT J. SMITH-Prinripal .
HIfI.IiN M. BLANCHARD-English and Matin'
MILDRED CALLAWAY--Ar! ,,.., .....,.. , .. , . .
MARCEL L. DOUBLIER-Frcnrb and Spanish ..
FRANCES D. EDDY-H0mc' Et'0tl0mi4's
GEORGE W. ELLIS-Physirul EIIIIFKIHUII .
H. B. GOODEN-History ....... ., ...... .... . .
CHARLOTTE P. HARRIS-Laiin and German
HELEN HOCKIiR-Rvgislerrd Nurse
ALICE J. KERR-English and Matbrmalirs
ANNE C. MCMANUS-Maflsrmatirs and Sricnrv
CAROLYN R. MILKEY-Pbysifal Eulucalion
Eastern Kentucky State Teach
EDWARD T. MILKEY-MllSiL' ... ..
CATHERINE A. PHELAN-Soriul Srirnrc
MARY C. SMEDLEY-English
MILDRED M. THOMPSON-Librarian ..
.. .. . Hamilton, Ph.B.g Columbia, A.M.
.. . . St. Lawrence, B.S., A.M.
.. . .... .... .. .. .... .. . Wellesley, B.A.
Mississippi State College, A.B.g Culumbia, A.M.
.. .. . Trinity College, B.S.g Columbia, A.M.
.. Dickinson, A.B.g Columbia, A.M.
.. . Springfield, BS., Columbia, M.A.
Colorado State Teachers College, A.B., A.M.
University of Chicago, A.B.g
. ... Columbia, B.s., A.M.
. Georgian Court, A.B.
University of Kentucky, A.B.g Columbia, A.M.
New York University, BS., A.M.
. ......,,.. ..... . New York University, B.S.
.. . University of Pennsylvania, B.S., A.M.
University of Kansas, A.M.
WILLIAM E. TRIMBLE-Srirnn' .. West Chester State Teachers College, B.S.g Duke University, Ed.M.
FRANK A. WIKANDER-Inrluxlrial Arls
RICHARD W. WILLING-Commrrriul
Newark Normal School, Rutgers University
University of Wisconsin, B.A.., A.M., Whitewater Teachers College, B.E.
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Vice-President, 4, Yearbook Editor, 4, Basket-
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey, 1, 2, All-State Hockey,
3, Badminton, 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball, 1, 2, 3, 4,
A Cappella Choir, 2, 3, 4, S.G.A., 3, Service
Club, 3, 4, Mountaineer Staff, 4, Librarian's
Club, 2, 3, 4, Testimonial Dinner Committee,
34 Sophomore Hop Committee, 2, Junior Prom
Committee, 3, Senior Ball Committee, 4.
"In u good surgeon, a hawkis eye! a lion't hear!
and u lady's band."
President, 4, Treasurer, 3, S.G.A., 1, 2, 3, 45
A Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 45
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Model Legis-
lature, 3g Senior Play Committee, 4, Junior
Prom Committee, 35 Senior Ball Committee, 4,
Basketball, 2, 35 Bridge Committee, 34 Stage-
craft, lg Testimonial Dinner Committee, 3g
Youth Government Program, 3, 4, Yearbook
Staff, 4, Mountaineer Staff, 3, Camera Club,
2, 33 Junior Fire Department, 3, 4, C.A.P.,
3, 4, Student Court, 4.
"A good tongue is a good weapon."
Secretary, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4g Play Commit-
tee, 43 Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 3, 4, Volley-
ball, 2, 3, 45 Soccer, 2, 35 S.G.A., 4, Service
Club, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Badminton, 1, 2,
Mountaineer Staff, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 4g Testi-
monial Dance Committee, 35 Chairman Senior
Ball, 4, Camera Club, 2, 3.
"A lady so richly dressed as she,
National Honor Society, 3, 43 Hi-Y, 3, Secre-
tary, 4, Band, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra, 2, 3, 45 A
Cappella Choir, 3, S.G.A., 2, 3, 45 Cross-Coun-
try, 3, Captain, 4, Track, 3, 43 Junior Fire De-
partment, 3, 4, Youth Government Committee,
3, 45 Class Treasurer, 45 Sophomore Hop Com-
"I have nothing to declare except my genius."
Class President, 1, Sadie Hawkins Committee, 4, Bridge Com
mittee, 3, 4, Christmas Card Committee, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4
Chairman Play Committee, 4, Hockey Tournament, 1, 2, 4
Basketball, 1, 2, A Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, S.G.A., 1, 3, Servi
ice Club, 3, 4, Dramatic Club, 1, Testimonial Dinner Committee
3, Junior Prom Committee, 3, Sophomore Hop Committee, 2
Senior Ball Committee, 4, Football Dance Committee.
"At some glad moment was it nature's choice
To dower a scrap of sunset wifh a voice?"
Business Manager, The Lakes, 4, New jersey All-State Choir, 4
Bridge Committee, 4, Senior Play Committee, Basketball, 2, 3, 4
Volleyball, 3, 4, Badminton, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4
Band, l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Service Club, 3, 4, Li
brarian's Club, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, Choir, 4, Vice-Presi
dent, Band, 4, Vice-President, Orchestra, 4, Senior Ball Com
"Gracious lo all, to none subservient,
lg Without ofense she spoke fhe word she meanlf'
Yearbook Staff, 4, Senior Play, 4, A Cappella Choir, 3, S.G.A., 4,
Camera Club, 1, 2, 3, Service Club, 2, 3, 4, Mountaineer Staff,
4, Librarians' Club, 2, 3, President, 4, Paper Sale, 3, Christmas
Card, 4, Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, 4, Badminton, 4.
"She is prelty to walk wilh, and willy fo talk zcifh,
and pleasanf, 100, fo lhink on."
Yearbook Staff, 4, Badminton, 3, 4, Manager, 3: Volleyball. 3, 4:
Librarians' Club, 4, Service Club, 4.
"She argued high, she argued low,
She also argued round abou! her."
Ewn, S lO.Ls1f.
Victory Dance, 3, Bridge Chairman, 3, 4, Christmas Card Com-
mittee, 4, Yearbook Staff, 45 Senior Play, 4g A Cappella Choir,
l, 2, 3, 4, Service Club, 4, Mountaineer Staff, 3, 45 Camera Club,
l, 2, 3, Testimonial Dinner, 35 Paper Sale, 3, Cheerleader, 3, 4g
Sophomore Hop Committee, 25 junior Prom Committee, 3g Senior
Ball Committee, 45 Hockey, l, 2, 3, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer,
1, 2g Volleyball, l, 2, 35 Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4g Badminton, 1, 2.
"Ieanir hath a beaming eye, but no om' knows
for whom it bearnefbf,
Football, l, 2, 3, 4.
"Thr blush is beauliful, but it is sometimes inconvenient."
ball, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Hockey, 3.
"I must be to Ibe barbefs Monsieur, for me lbink
I am marvelous hairy abou! the face."
Football, 4, Track, 3, Baseball, 4, Hockey, 3, 45 Junior Fire
Department, 3, 4.
"I care for nobody, no, no! I, if no one cares for man
Yearbook Staff, 4, Football, 3, 4g Football Co-Captain, 4, Basket-
Sadie Hawkins, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4, Senior
Bridge, 4, Football, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 4, Track, 3, 4, A Cap-
pella Choir, Z, 3, 4, Band, 1, Stage Craft Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Bridge, 3, Junior Fire Department, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4, President, 4,
Sophomore Hop, 2, Junior Prom, 3, Senior Ball, 4.
"If yozfre there before it's over, you're on time."
Class Vice-President, 2, S.G.A. Vice-President,
Stage Craft Club, 3, 4, Mountaineer Staff, 3, Business Manager,
Sadie Hawkins Committee, 4, Testimonial Dance Committee,
Hi-Y, 4, Youth Government Committee, 3, Service Club,
Sophomore Hop, 2, junior Prom, 3, Senior Play Committee, 4,
Yearbook Staff, 4.
"Crafty men eonzieznn studies, simple men admire them,
and wise men use themf'
Yearbook Staff, 4, Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Track, 3, 4, Football, 3
Basketball, 4, Service Club, 4.
"Mischief thou art afoot
Take thou what course thou wilt."
Transferred from California-September, 1943
President, 2, Secretary, 2, Sadie Hawkins Committee, 4, Christ-
mas Card Committee, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4, Senior Play, 4
Archery, 1, 2, 3, 'Tennis, 1, 2, 3, Swimming, 1, 2, 3, Basketball
1, 2, 3, Hockey, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, l, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2 3, Bad-
minton, 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club, 1
Service Club, 4, Mariners, 2, Junior Prom, 3, Newspaper Staff
2, 3, Scholarship Society, 2, Song Leader, 2, 3, Tri-Y, 2, 3.
"Mind rannot follow it, nor words express Her infinite sweetnessf
Play, 4, Senior
3, President, 4,
"A life of leisure and a life of laziness are Iwo fbingsf'
M'-I -Dakiqir '
Bridge Committee, 3, 44 Christmas Card Committee, 45 Yearbook
Staff, 4g Play Committee, 4, Hockey, 1, 2, Basketball, 1, 23 Bad-
minton, 1, 2, Volleyball, 1, 25 Soccer, lg A Cappella Choir, 1, 2,
3, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, Testimonial Dinner Committee, 35 Sopho-
more Hop Committee, 2, Junior Prom Committee, 35 Senior
Ball Committee, 4, Camera Club, 2, 35 Victory Dance, 3.
"Debate is masculine, ebaifer is feminine." l
Yearbook Staff, 4, Senior Play Committee, 4, Service Club, 4
L1bf31'i21H,S Club, 45 Badminton, 35 Volleyball, 4.
"To travel hopefully is belief than fo arrive."
Transferred from Irvington
Orchestra, 4, Track, 4.
"Once or fwiee io roll the diee is a genflemarfs game."
Vice-President, 3g Basketball, 2, 3, 45 Track, 3, 4, S.G.A., 45
Junior Prom Committee, 3g Bridge Committee, 43 Senior Play
Committee, 43 Testimonial Dinner, 3.
"The wine in the hoiflz' does noi quench the ihirslf'
Sadie Hawkins Committee, 4, Yearbook, Staff, 4g A Cappella
Choir, 2, 3, 45 Service Club, 43' Librarian's Club, 45 Field
"An ounce of wif is worih a pound of sorrow."
A Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3, 45 Band, 1, 2g Hi-Y, 3, 4g All-State
Choir, 3, 4.
"Our ziignify is not what we do, but wha! we 1l?1Il!'Y5fdf'IIl.,,
A Cappella Choir, 2, 3, 4.
"He ceased, hui leff so pleasing on ihe ear,
His voice fbaf lisicning still they seemed fo hear."
Class Secretary, 3, Dramatic Club, Vice-President, lg Camera
Club, 2, 3, Service Club, 3, 4, Librarian's Club, 3, 43 Mountaineer
Staff, 3: Sophomore Hop Committee, 23 Junior Prom Committee,
3g Junior Bridge Committee, 3g Testimonial Dinner Committee,
33 Yearbook Staff, 44 Senior Play Committee, 45 Sadie Hawkins
Dance, Chairman, 4, Senior Ball Committee, 45 Hockey, 1, 2, 3g
Soccer, 1, 25 Volleyball, l, 2, 34 Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Badmin-
ton, lg Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4.
"I will sing as I shall please."
Football, Manager, 4g Basketball, 3, 4, Track, 2, 45 Baseball, 3, 45
"If I ean only keep my good name I shall be rich enough."
"In quietness and confidence shall be your strength
Football, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, Hi-Y, 3, 4
, "Silenee is more eloquenl lban words
Sadie Hawkins Committee, 4, Yearbook Staff, 45 Hockey, 3, 4
Basketball, 3, 45 Badminton, 3, 4, Soccer, 3g A Cappella Choir,
2, 3, 44 S.G.A., 45 Service Club, Vice-President, 3, President, 4
"Reason and calm judgment, line qualifies specially
belonging to u leader."
Yearbook Staff, 4, Service Club, 43 Librarian's Club, 4, Volley-
"Speerb is greaf, buf silenre is greater."
Football, 3, 43 Basketball, 3, 43 Cross Country Track 3 Spring
Track Team, 2, 3, Captain, 4, A Cappella Choir, 2 3 4
"If tlaou does play with him at any game
fbou arf sure lo lose."
Band, lg Yearbook Staff, 4.
"Good manners are the ieehnique of expressing Conslderafzon
for fbe feelings of oihersf'
Football, 2, 3, 45 Basketball, 2, 3, Baseball, 2, 3, 45 Track, 4,
Sophomore Hop Committee, 2, junior Prom Committee, 34
junior Fire Department, 45 C.A.P.C., 4.
"Sm'rr'xs lo the strongest, who are always Ihr' wisest and tbr' larsl."
Class President, 3, Secretary, 2g Bridge Committee, 3, 4g Year-
book Staff, 4g Play Committee, 43 Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball,
3, 45 Soccer, 1, 25 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Badminton, 2, 4g A
Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3, President, 4, S.G.A. Secretary, 3, 43
Service Club, 3, 49 Testimonial Dinner Committee, 3, Honor
Society, Vice-President, 3, 4, Paper Sale, 3g Sophomore Hop
Committee, 2, junior Prom Committee, 35 Senior Ball Committee,
4g Football Dance Committee, 3.
"Cool, and quile English, imperlurbablef'
Sadie Hawkins Dance Committee, 4, Christmas Card Sale 4
A Cappella Choir, 2, 3, 4, Service Club, 4g Librarians Club
4, Yearbook Staff, 4.
"Her briglal smile btumfs me will."
Senior Play Committee, 4g A Cappella Choir, 2 3 4 Serv ct
Club, 4g Paper Sale Chairman, 3.
"The tongue is a wild beat, once le! loovr'
if is difficult lo Chain."
Sadie Hawkins, 3, Bridge Committee, 3, 4, Christmas Card Sale
4, Yearbook Staff, 4, Cheerleader, 3, Captain, 4, Basketball, 2
3, 4, Service Club, 4, Mountaineer Staff, 4, Camera Club, 2, 3
Testimonial Dinner Committee, 3, Junior Prom Committee, 3
Paper Sale, 3, Sophomore Hop Committee, 2, Senior Ball Com:
mittee, 4, Senior Play Committee, 4, Hockey, 2.
"Nothing endures but personal qualities."
A Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Hop Committee, 2,
Dramatic Club, 1, Hockey, 2, Badminton, 2.
"Tho we never saw you, somehow you were with us."
Sadie Hawkins Dance Committee, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4, Senior
Play Committee, 4, Sophomore Hop Committee, 2, Track, 1, 3,
Service Club, 4, Mountaineer Staff, 4, Stagecraft Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Testimonial Dinner Committee, 3, Junior Fire Department, 3, 4,
Hi-Y, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms, 4.
"I can say neat things myself if they will give me time."
Bridge Committee, 3, 4, Christmas Card Committee, 4, Yearbook
Staff, 4, Senior Play Committee, 4, Hockey,,1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball,
1, 2, 3, 4, Badminton, 2, 4, Archery, 2, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Service
Club, 4, Art Club, 2, Camera Club, 2, 3, Testimonial Dinner
Committee, 3, Junior Prom Committee, 3, Football Dance, 3,
Sophomore Hop Committee, 2, Senior Ball Committee, 4, A.A.
"Amt her :lurk eyes-bow eloquent!"
President of Camera Club, 1, 2, 3, Hockey, l, 25 Basketball,
1, 2, 3, 4, Mountaineer Staff, 3, 45 Service Club, lg Sophomore
Hop Committee, 2, junior Prom Committee, 35 Christmas Card
Chairman, 4, A Cappella Choir, l, 2, 3, 4, Bridge Committee,
3, 45 S.G.A., 1, 2, 3, Senior Ball Committee, 4, Testimonial
Dinner Committee, 34 Victory Dance Committee, 34 Yearbook
"The fairesl garden in her looks,
And in her mind, the wisest books."
junior Prom Committee, 33 Sadie Hawkins Committee, 4, Year-
book Staff, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 45 Stagecraft, 2,
Testimonial Dinner, 3g Junior Fire Department, 3, 43 Youth
Government, 3, Hockey, 2, 3, 4.
"I can not fell how the lruih may be.
I tell the tale as 'lwas said to me."
l BWJEEB, owl
Basketball, 4, Badminton, 35 A Cappella Choir, 2, 3 4 Orchestra
23 Librarian's Club, 4.
The sweet expression of that face
forever changing, yet the same."
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Robin Allardice leaves her voice to The Lone
Nanc Amadon atrioticall contributes her saxo-
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phone to the scrap drive.
Barbara Barnholt bestows her love of dancing on
Barbara Beattie leaves her taciturnity to jean
Jean Black cheerfully leaves her waddle to Alma
Dick Brown wills his love of football to Bob
Lloyd Champion bestows his beard on Jack
Harry Clark leaves his aversion to studies to Har-
rison Van Duyne.
John Clark wills his Mercury to Bill Moulton.
Mary Corbin leaves us breathless.
Charles Curran bestows his love of stagecraft to
Willard Davis leaves his love of wine, women, and
song to Omer Claiborne.
Irving Dayton wills his love of studies to Frank
Albert Dege bestows his long legs on Dickie
Peggy DeLeyer leaves her gift of chattering to
Bette Dempster contributes her clothes to the
British War Relief.
Marie Dennis leaves Kish to Frankie Kelso.
Red Dwyer wills his galloping dominoes to Carl
jack Easton bestows his pompadour on Mr.
Dolly Flinton leaves her ability to make noise to
Arthur Grambling wills his lankiness to Jack
Bob Greene leaves the school because he can't take
it with him.
Ronald Homer bestows his tenor voice on Rod
Lou Janes leaves her habit of blushing at the
wrong time to Olive Morris.
Henry jenkins wills his remarks in English class
to Cliff Back.
Edwin Kimball bestows his unobtrusiveness to
Mac Kirkwood leaves his flashy slacks to Jack
George Kopf bestows his political ability on Lou
Fred Lathrop wills his love of the cinder track to
Walter MacGrath leaves his love of science to
Yvette Mayenzet leaves her efHciency to Pat
Ruth McDougall bestows her neatness on Barbara
Barbara McEwen leaves her bow legs to Lou
Howard McLarin leaves his curly hair to Warren
Marese Miller wills her dimples to Rosemary
Kit Moehle bestows her versatility on Kitty Allen.
Elizabeth Oxehufwud leaves the Signal Corps to
her sister Barbara.
Jane Randall leaves her gracious smile to Ipana.
Martha Reeder bestows her irregular attendance
to Len Frey.
Harry Rogers leaves his inability to tell jokes to
Ellen Sawyer wills her eyes to Eric Jones.
Edith Turkington wills her worrying to Jiffy
Skip Watts leaves his plaid shirt to the laundry.
Beverley Weigel bestows her good complexion on
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Eating in class
Love of studies
Love of gossip
Slinging the bull
Her complexion "
"What's the matter?"
"Are you kidding??"
Oh, my gosh!!!"
Don't tell me!"
Gee, that's neat"
You ain't kidding"
I've got gas"
I got another letter"
Make it worth my while"
"Only a 'B'??????"
"I don't know"
I Wrote a letter last night"
Don't tell me!"
How too, too, excruciating"
'Well . . ."
Don't ask me"
Got any coins??"
"Good grief "
I guess so"
"Let's do something"
"I got a letter"
"Now down in Pennington--"
"Oh, no you don't"
How about a little game??"
Not being on the honor roll
Working on the D. L. 81 W.
New Year's Eve parties
The weaker sex
Mt. Lakes girls
Raiding the ice box
Rekindling old flames
Working on the
Sleeping in class
Wine, women . .
Tea at 4:00
"That red coat"
jr. Fire Dept.
Tall 8C dark
Asking for dates
Sunday night suppers
Walking to Boonton
Soming to school
Vlaking hard cider
WANTS TO BE
A football star
Tommy Manville, II
In Whois Who
A dice loader
A chorus boy
PROBABLY WILL BE
A hog caller
A sales clerk
A sports writer
A mother of ten
A fire bug
An absent-minded professor
A private detective
A newspaper woman
A model wife
Taken to the cleaners
A Fuller Brush man
A side-show barker
A bicycle racer
A Caruso I macaronij
A baby specialist.
A tugboat captain
A high pressure salesman
A Frank Hague
A city slicker
The boss' wife
A rich man's wife
A chorus girl
An old maid
A fan dancer
A dish washer
A hat-check girl
Sing, Sing, Sing
If I Had My Way
Me and My Shadow
In My Solitude
Pretty Little Busybody
It Started All Over Again
Shave and a Haircut
Come Josephine in My Flying Machine
California Here I Come
I've Been Working on the Railroad
Sometimes I Wonder
My Mama Done Told Me
All Alone, I'm So All Alone
Talk of the Town
I'll Be Around
Cuddle Up a Little Closer
You're a Sweet Little Headache
Slender, Tender, and Tall
There's a Song in My Heart
I Only Want a Buddy Not a Sweetheart
Not So Quiet Please
It Can't Be Wrong
How About you
Pennies From Heaven
A Little Bit Independent
There Will Always Be an England
Carry Me Back to Old Virginia
Body and Soul
Hey, Stop Kissin' My Sister
I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
The Little Red Schoolhouse
Big noise from Winetka
I See Your Face Before Me
Sadic Hawkins Dance
N BL ACK
Christmas Card Sale
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Beryl Phzer, Vice-President, Pat
Dillon, Secretary, Mr. H. B. Good-
en, Adviser, Louis Doelling, Treas-
urer, Louis Bell, President.
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Top Row-Witlfnun, Svoll, Riker, Mac, Lulkins, Siaplcy, Tippy, Slringm
Blarlz, Lrlrxrn, Anthony, Conover, Ham, Weawr. Svrond Row-Posi, Flormuu,
Thomas, Cunniuglaauz, Mnrxur, Franklin, KNV, Carlson, Burney, Allen, Wurm-
xlirb, Owbnfwml, Kelm, Williams, Gull, Dodge, Mmflrmf. Third Row-
WCIJXIN, Hnxszm1', Tilfuu, Hogan, MurM,llu11, Mills, Dwelling, Dillon, Pfizer
RLYAIIIII, L. Claiborne, Wfuocl, Fmfrr, Wilton, Amlrrx, Frey, Min-larll, Bail'
Bllffllll, Haus, Wagner.
The Class of 1945 continued to set the pace in school
leadership during the past year. As a means of helping in the
war effort, we continued sponsoring the sale of War Stamps and
Bonds. At the suggestion of Mr. Gooden, our class adviser, a
new method of sales-stimulation was put into effect with grati-
On the gridiron, Bell, Black, Conover, Evans, Mitchell,
Tippy and Webster earned their letters, while in basketball, Dick
Evans proved an outstanding performer. Our junior Prom which
was given in November proved a social success in spite of the
fact that our treasury suffered slightly.
Under Mr. Gooden's patient leadership we are looking for-
ward to our Senior year with the fervent hope that we can con-
tinue to be a credit to the school and community.
Bell, Siugrr, Higgins, Duiix, O. C1nibm'm'. Fourib R0M'1'EL'0l1V, Randal:
Although we made a rather slow start as a group during the
past year, many individual members brought glory to themselves
as well as to the class. In the field of music, Mr. Milkey found
the efforts of Stoughton, Van Deusen, Johnsrud, Willard, Galt,
Dayton, Stiefle and DeLeyer most helpful in drowning out the
less experienced band members.
In athletics, jack Schofield starred on the regular football
team, while Mac Wight, Gifford, Sutphen and Calvert were on
the squad. In track we were represented by Stoughton, Tweit,
Back and Boardman. jane Brookfield annexed the girls' Bad-
minton Championship and Pat Willard, Ellen DeLeyer, Frances
Bostelman and Diane I-Iimmer were on the school Field Hockey
team that played at Caldwell.
Our treasury boasts the respectable sum of 5167, a large
part of which was raised when our class came in second in the
annual Magazine Campaign. We are hoping to add to our funds
when we hold our Sophomore Hop in the spring.
To our adviser, Mr. Richard Willing, we owe our apprecia-
tion for the gentlemanly and sincere manner in which he helps
us on the rocky road to scholastic fame.
Tuff Rou'-liurk, Surwolr, Nuff, Huikvlf, Wlgbl, Snlpbeu, Awami, Slougbfou
Bluzurw, Van Du-yur, Culirrl, Lillull, Millar, Bale, CIOfILl7'I'Ul'. Third Row-
Smfif-lil, Smilb, Bi'uokj9alil, Sirlrluir, AWIOVVIX, l"urzf, Gulf, I.ur.u'n, Willuril, Crm'
Amlrrmn, Niuerbllu, Dnjulku, Wults, Bouru. Sworn! Rau'-Dr'L1'y1'1', Rus!
Mrllongull, Gifford, Simnmnx, Burrouw, Mills, Murlzfux, Milvx, Morris, Nelson
lioxlvlrmmu, liuurlry, Siokri, Daylmz, Dixon. Firsf Rau'-lenkins, Nvpralf,
Marble, Tnivl, Slirflv, Iolmiruil, Vim Drzeiwl, Gnilil, Franz, Bounlrmrn, Singer
QA an x
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SCF: Arthur S' , - g' , vi
Bottom Rowinscri Vice-President
Treasurer? R 1Afred .Iohnsrud
ff TWUT, Secremr
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Top Row-Lorena Strain, Treas
Ruth Ann Kingsland, Vice-Presi
dent. Bottom Row-Olive Temple-
ton, Secretary, Walter MacKinnon,
Tap Row-Blark, Haskell, Hath, Lynch, Barstow, Vogl, Bourn, Reed. Third Row-Irwell, Humphrey,
Ingram, Leek, Evans, Lursvn, Brvfklry, Perry, Melzgrr, Leone, Lillivndahl, Beck. Second Rrow-Gregory,
Wusxoll, Wfilrox, Goeller, Templeton, Kingsland, MacKinnon, Strain, Case, Kordan, Armxirong, Tonkiug.
I-'irxf Row-Morrison, Goldxworthy, Mz'Clurr', Murr, Lindberg, Fvawy, Schoonmalzrr, Srhcflzrl,
One of the outstanding things about the Class of 1947 is that its members pay
regular dues to the class treasury. We find this an excellent means of reminding each
class member that he is a responsible member of the group. Uncle Sam will undoubtedly
be grateful to our treasurer for this early training when we become part of the tax-
paying public in later years.
Although we cannot be expected to play as important roles as some of the older
classes nevertheless we manage to make our presence known. Dick Read, Tom Murr and
Roy Lindberg made the varsity football squad, while the latter and Firman McClure
went out for basketball.
Walter MacKinnon, Lindberg and Tonking are members of the A Cappella Choir.
Lindberg is our lone representative in the school band. Our S.G.A. representatives are
Peter Orvis, Ruth Kingsland and Walter MacKinnon.
Our class adviser, Miss Kerr, is most helpful in briaging order to our chaotic meet-
ings that some day, we hope, will be worthy of the name.
Toll Rflll'-BiNll1'Y', Hurringlrm, NUl'lIA'ffflIll, cillfffi, Papal, Iiorrl, Wo0tlu'anl', Willurif, Rogfrx, Cobb, Hnai.
Tbinl Rou'-Rm'lzz'frlli'r, Nui, Sbllllllflly, Smurf, Srolf, Pillsbury, Myers, Pvuslmrk, Bowen. Semml Row-
Sntjflarn, Bemzrfl, I. Sfulhlry, Wfrigbl, M. Sruplfy, Slow, Klein, Kingilaml, GVTIIIVIITXOII, Singer. Firxl Row-
ciltlll70Yllf', Doelling, Brown, Rumlull, Haima, Ii'nl1m'.i1'r1, Grmlil, Lollglzlin, Talmage, Prrry.
The Class of '48 returned to school last September determined to
continue its active participation in school affairs. Due to efforts of
some of our stellar salesmen we managed to take a leading part in the
Magazine Campaign sponsored by Curtis Publications. As a result, our
class treasury has the tidy sum of S60.l5, which we intend to make
grow each year.
At the suggestion of Mr. Smith, we organized a Junior Service
Club with the seventh grade. The ofhcers are Isabel Singer, president,
and Robert Carrier, secretary. Miss Phelan and Miss Blanchard are the
advisers. The main function of this club is to help police the cafeteria.
A Game Party was held in December with Miss Callaway and
Miss Eddy acting as chaperons. Many parents accepted our invita-
tions and we were more than pleased to have them with us.
We have a cheerleading squad of six girls who helped spur on our
class football and baseball teams to many victories. Well, anyway, we
managed to beat the seventh grade in a closely contested 65 to 7 game.
Much of our success has been due to Miss Mildred Callaway, our
class adviser, and we hope that it will be our good fortune to have her
continue as our sponsor.
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Thomas Papst, secretaryg Miss
Callawa , adviser: Isabel Sin er,
president, Stanley Bonneson, treas-
urerg Norman Doellin , vice- resi-
Top Row-Gray A Palrifft Carrier Guymn Dousblzexs I Pl k
, . , , , . , . a ric' , Litlrll, E. Nelson, E. Welsh, Trnifrle-
lon, C. Franklin, Dclrhumpx, Rohrbougla. Third Row-Murray, MafKinnon, Riiz, Wrnnenicr, Purlzs,
A. Miller, Farnham, Bimlxull, Yuevurino, Housby, Vargax-Villa, W. Tlmmpsori. Second Row-Franrlze,
M. Kopf, Ferraizzolo, Van Orzlen, Vvrnzillion, Larsen, Carr, Bvnrlell, Hinv, Ford, Noll. First Row-Kimber,
G. Moulton, Mufflyrwx, Allcim, K. E' . b t ' " '
Top Row-Martha Ferraiuolo, Sec-
retaryg Miss Kay Phelan, Adviser,
Mary Lynn Franke, Treasurer. Bot
rom Row-Robert Carrier, Vice
President: W'illiam Kimber, Presi
iam, S afhulz, I. Bjrmi, l:. lanes, Tuslzer, Carruibers, jordan.
Now that a f
An Open. Lelfer to Wborn II May Concern
ew months have passed since we first entered
Junior High School l'l10St of us are beginning to breathe with
con ence as we hurr or tarr as the case ma be from one
class to another.
school. In the first
sitting in the same
too.j Besides, it,s a
is downstairs when
new school is much different from
place, changing classes is a lot more
seat all day. fl think the teachers
wonderful feeling to know that the
eleven-thirty comes around. Gosh!
remember last year's hunger pangs as we truged wcarily from the
g we like is the movies that we have quite
regularly in the different classes. Many of them are very
' b 'd
1ng Q esi es when theyire on, we d0n't have to listen to the
teacherj. And the loud speaker system! We never know what
announcement is coming next, but at least we know it's not
going to be followed by "I. J. Fox, Fifth Avenue."
Now don't get the idea we like everything. Those late and
absence slips! They certainly wear a fellow down with all the
signatures required. We wonder whether the OPA or the Demo-
crats were responsible.
All in all, however, we love the place, and we'll be awful
proud when we get a little bigger and everyone doesn't trip
over us in the hall.
THE SEVENTH GRADE.
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Lack of experience and a tough schedule
proved too much for the 1943 Orange and Blue
eleven, as it finished the year with a record of
two wins and six losses.
The squad started the season with a new
coach, Mr. Ellis, who decided to drop the T-
formation in favor of the single wing setup,
due to severe losses by graduation. It was
natural, therefore, that the scoring punch in
the first few games was light, for it took the
boys a while to accustom themselves to the
change in the offensive formation. Mt. Lakes
began to roll in the final minutes of the Net-
cong game, when, after trailing by eighteen
points, it scored twice, and was a yard from a
tie when the final gun sounded. The last two
contests of the season resulted in victories for
the locals who downed Morristown School by
6-0, and took the measure of Newton, 19-14.
Dick Brown, who started the year as a
guard and ended as a halfback, was the out-
standing player. Others who did yeoman work
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were Curran, Evans, Watts, Webster, Conover, Mt-
and Tippy. Prospects look good for next year Mt
with Evans, Webster, Conover, Tippy, Black, '
Bell, Wilson, and Gifford all returning. Coach Mt,
Ellis did an excellent job in his initial season M
here, considering the handicaps that he was up L
against most of the time. Mt.
Lakes. ..., .,,. 6 Rockaway ..,,
Lakes ..,... .. , 0 Wharton . .
Lakes . , 0 Fairlawn , ..
Lakes .....,, .. . 7 Rockaway ,.,, , .
Lakes ..,.,.. . ., .12 Netcong .. .
Lakes 6 Roxbury ..
Lakes. 6 Morristown Prep
Lakes. ....,, 19 Newton
The Orange and Blue netsters, somewhat weakened by graduation, opened the 1943-
1944 court season under the leadership of Mr. Ellis, former athletic director at Wharton.
Eighteen games were included on the schedule, the newcomers being Bayley, Verona, and
Morristown Prep. Although such stars as Rus Granzen, Al Gifford, Gale Allen, Line
Stoughton, Bill Bingham, Ron Campbell, and Tom Stewart have departed via the diploma
route, Coach Ellis has high hopes for his first MLHS squad. Dick Evans, Henry Jenkins,
and Tony Tippy were the returning lettermen. Jack Easton, Gene Black, Bill Webster,
Warren Gifford, Charlie Curran, and Dick Brown were expected to augment this trio.
The Ellis' Coaching system features a fast break, rather than a deliberate style of offense
and it seems ideally suited to the forementioned players.
Flash! As the Lakes goes to press, the Mountain Lakes' team has beaten Bailey
for its Hrst win of the season!
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1943 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE WARREN GIFFQRD
4-Bayley ... ..
ll-Wharton ...... . .,.. ..., ..,., .
Dec. 17-Bayley ., ..
Dec. 21-Verona .,..,
Jan. 7-Caldwell ,,
Jan. ll-Open Date
Jan. 14-Wharton ..
Jan. 25-Netcong .
Feb. 1-Verona .,...
Feb. 1 5-Morristown
Feb. 25-Dover ..
Top Row-Coach Willing, Stougblou, Wiilrnun, Back, Luikins, Tw:-il. Firsl Row-Wagner, Duyion,
CROSS CGUN TRY
Mountain Lakes High's cross-country team, ably coached by Mr. Willing, hung
up a mark of two wins in six dual meets during the 1943 season. Although this may not
seem impressive, a majority of the meets were with larger schools, particularly Passaic,
which had one of the foremost teams in the state. Cross-country has been hailed by
coaches the track world over as an excellent conditioner for spring track, so the numerous
meets held were well worthwhile. The outstanding runners were Captain Dayton, Back,
Lutkins, Boardman, and Wagner.
WAGNER ,nd BACK CAPTAIN DAYTON
Mt. Lakes ,..,,.., ..,,. 4 0 Passaic .,..... ..,.. , IS
Mt. Lakes ....,.,,,. M34 Dover ,... .,.. , .21
Mt. Lakes ,,.. . ..,. 36 Dover ,,.... ,...,,. l 9
Mt. Lakes ,..... 15 Good Counsel ,. ...40
Mt. Lakesm. , . .. 16 East Orange , . , 39
Mt. Lakes ,. ...32 Passaic , ,, 23
1943 MORRIS COUNTY CHAMPIONS
With a sizable number of boys from last year's County Championship track team
still in school, together with several new discoveries made by the cross-country team, the
outlook for the 1944 spring track season is indeed bright. The boys most likely to con-
tribute to the success of the team are: Curran, Clark, Easton and Andrus in the hurdles,
Watts, Conover, and McLarin in the weights, Scofield and Brown in the dashesg and
Wagner, Back, Lathrop, Boardman, Dayton, and Lutkins in the runs.
MR' WILLING The Finishing Sprinl
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The S.G.A. is the all-student organization dedicated to the
interests of the students of Mountain Lakes High. It consists
of a Council and Executive Committee. The Council is made
up of the presidents of school organizations and representatives
elected by each homeroom. The President, Vice-President, Sec-
retary and Treasurer form the Executive Committee. These offi-
cers are elected in the May preceding their terms. The S.G.A.
adviser has always been the high school principal.
One of the chief functions has been to issue S.G.A. tickets
which give the bearer admission to all athletic contests. In addi-
tion, price reductions are given to members for all other school
affairs. The money derived from the sale of these tickets is
apportioned among the classes and other organizations later in the
school year. In addition, a one year's subscription to the Moun-
taineer was given to each purchaser last year.
In order to regulate all the school organizations more effi-
ciently this year, the S.G.A. voted to require them to be char-
tered. This new policy has worked quite well to date.
Much of the success enjoyed by the S.G.A. this year has been
due to the Cooperation and efforts of our new adviser, Mr. Smith.
He is certainly deserving of our heartfelt thanks.
Under the capable guidance of our adviser, Mrs. Thompson,
the Service Club has continued during the past year to surpass
its achievements of former years.
ln addition to maintaining order in the halls and lunchroom
several new projects were sponsored by the Service Club. Among
these was the organization of an Ushering Squad, a Ticket Squad,
and a Receptionist! Committee.
lior the first time since its organization, arm bands were
issued to its members. These bands have proved their worth and
have eliminated a great deal of confusion by showing at a glance
the student in charge of a certain area.
As a means of augmenting its authority, a Student Court Y
was organized this year. This court, consisting of four members 'TTY NlAYi:.NZirY
elected by the student body, meets when necessary and tries YW., Pi-vniliiiit
cases of student offenders reported by Service Club members.
The Service Club has clone a successful job this year due
to the Cooperation of all. We owe a tremendous debt of thanks
to our adviser, Mrs. Thompson, and also to Mr. Smith, our new
principal, who has given us many excellent suggestions.
' , Juliet.
Allurrlirv Cinlsmr. 'T'IHmlglttEm'TiX:iDr11rXullk
' . .iv Mrliuwi, R M-lWu'.rr'. 1: ',, , Sprout
Tut, Rrnu'-'D?ii1giLi,1l11il!, Sinuuolus. Tight rgjllnm' Bunm' wr,11,n-tl.
Bi Owljilliiiiili Miller, Sir1KV"'Siiliilimllllell, iMri, 'I'lJfJllll1"gZmL,,-ri Slrirlxvr. Cla:-
li. Owl' ' I, MH 'U " L- C rriin, . "
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Top Raw-Claiborne Iolmrrml Sir
, . , vugvr, Singer. Swrmnl RfilL'1Bld!'k, TIll'!Zfll.Qf0PI, Barnes, Sinrlair
Muyruzvl, Wurnzxfirb, Mlll'XA'l', Kelso, Simmons, Burulmlf, Rumlall. Fir-xl Row-Klwirl, Singer, Grimmison
Dzllix, D1'n1p.rfi'r, Min Snrrfllvy, Ivey, Rust, HillIIlIl'I'. '
The eager response that greeted the arrival of each issue of
The Mountaineer during the past year proves without a doubt
that it has become firmly established as a school institution. Our
circulation has zoomed to new heights thanks to the drive and
energy of our business manager, Willard Davis.
Se e urmg the year such as the
Love-Lorn Column and the Inquiring Reporter, which, with the
increase in the size and ability of the staff, m d h
bf ' '
a e t e paper even
ttter than it was in the first season.
veral new features were add d d '
Miss Smcdley, the adviser, and Bette Dempster, the editor,
did a yoeman job which should be even better next year due to
the return of a large number of experienced reporters.
The staff wishes to thank Miss Smedley for her untirin-1
efforts durin th-
g t past two years. It hopes that future editions
will Continue to be a credit to her.
' I ATIONAL
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Membership in the National Honor Society is
based on Character, Leadership, Scholarship, and
Service. The members' principle is to uphold these
principles in the school. Since new members from
the two upper classes are not elected until March
and inasmuch as the LAKES went to press early
this year, we regret that we cannot show a picture
of the entire Society.
As in other years the Gamma Hi-Y was one of
the most outstanding school organizations. In ad-
dition to many service projects for the commu-
nity, thc group is continuing its Youth Govern-
ment program which was so successful last year.
The Gamma Hi-Y is rated as one of the best in
the County, and the members are setting a fine
example for future Hi-Y's to follow.
rurl, Raudrl, Kopf
Ion, Mr. Parrcukr'
T 'Q X
Slamling - Foster
ling, Crmowr, Iobnx-
Grrrnr, Rogers, Web-
Top Run - Wi'igi'l
lrr, fll!lili1U!l, Dixon
II i m Ill i' r, Milrfvns
Siwuzil Ron' - lunrx
Tllfoll, Bl'dlliz', Ml'-
Duugufl, Biill, Curl-
mrl, Drrlrzii, Mills.
I-iii xl Ron' - Burmw,
Mrs, YWIJIHIIIFAIIII, mf-
lllffj Burubnll, firm:-
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XVAR STAMP SAL!
Pfizer, Bi-11, Dillon
Under Mrs. Tl'iompson's guidance, the members
of the l.ibri1ri.ms' Club assist in the library. In
.iddition to learning library technique themselves,
tlicse students render invaluable assistance to SILI-
tlents its well ns to our eHicient librarian.
WAR STAMP SALES
As a contribution to the war eH0rt the junior
Class continued its sale of Wiir Stamps and Bonds.
Early in the year to promote sales, students were
asked to sign pledges for regular weekly purchases.
Imfl to Rigbl -
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Top Ron'-I. Dayton,
l'urkw, Sfolf, Linil-
lnerg, Wlllaril, E. Dnj -
lon, Wuffx, M. Gall,
llmlrlnlilflfl. I7 i V v I
R014-Slllgfl, E.Gall, '
G. Moullnn, fllflalllllll,
Corbin, Kelso, W".
,.. . , ,.,. . tt J
As in other ye.1rs the Band continued to be .1
source of inspiration at all pep rallies and home
football games. Under Mr. Milkey's excellent di-
rection, its members have improved their tech-
nique nnd increased their repertoire.
T017 Rau' - Stull,
Daylmr, Pail, I,nnl-
Wfulib, M. Gull, Kel-
.m, Dillon, P. W'illi1ril,
Parki, Sri.-flii, Vlln
lJl'll.Y4'll, Ifiuni. Sri'-
will Rau'-G. Wil-
luril, lllllllkfllil, WE
Mnnllon, Tu l rn ug ii,
Annnlon, G. Moulton,
Bran n, Ciarlxon. I-'irvl
Rau' - Griwnmrnll,
s A g, Www 'fy Q' v
This year for the first time ofheers were elected
jointly by the Band and Orchestra. Although the
orchestra makes its only public .ippeglrnnce .lt
Commencement, nevertheless its members h.ix'e
regularly scheduled rehe.irs.1ls.
bvrg. Tbiril Rau' --
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
The A Cappella Choir, which was organized by Mr. Milkey seven
years ago, is probably one of the most popular school organizations.
With the passage of time its concerts have become a community insti-
tution and are always well attended.
In normal times a concert is presented at Christmas and another
in the spring. ln addition the choir makes numerous appearances at
community affairs. The past year because of wartime diificulties the
Christmas Candlelight Service had to be omitted. However, in keeping
with the holiday spirit, the choir sang at the annual Christmas Festival
of the combined women's clubs.
In spite of the fact that many talented members are lost each
year through graduation, there has always been an eager group of re-
placements from the lower classes. Under Mr. Milkey's inspiring leader-
ship, the choir has presented some of the best and most difficult pieces
of choral literature available and has continually been able to maintain
its high standards.
Top Row-Franlzlin, Pfizer, Allen, Kerr, Moulion, Singer, Amadon, Curran, Muycnzet, Mor, Miller, Pl Di'
Lryrr, Grambling, Corbin, Bell, Lathrop, Grv1'm', Kopf. Third Row-Marble, Mar1r'n.v, Milrx, Wfurnzsfivh,
Wwigvl, Tillon, Clzizningbam, Flilzlon, Giforzf, B. O.Xl'l1Ilfl0'lltl, E. O.x'elJufwnrl, Mrliwvn, Allarilirr, Dodge,
Gull, Kvlm, Mnmrr, Mitrlarll, Homer, Mr. Milkey. Sr-Conn' Row-Morrix, Sinclair, Dayton, Milli, Nelson,
Tm-lzinglon, Bliivle, Higgins, Burrowx, Hurrix, Davis, Cust, Bostclmunn, E. Dr'Lryvr, Hiininvr, Hc'unr'y,
Willuril, Wufl.i, Ml'DUIlgl1ll, Tonking. Flys! Row'-Stbwlzel, Iohlrsrlld, Singer, Miller, Limlbc'rg, Mi'Kinrmn,
Liflrll, Van Dnynf, Guilrl, Hirlzry, Stoll, Hasxuril.
wawmfffsaef. . , I rf, an fi ,
Top Row-V. Sratl,
Staplvy, Burnett, I.
Singer, Klrin. Svfoml
Row - Kingsland,
M i l l U r, Grimmison,
Fenaiuolo, M. Kopf,
R o c le e fcller. First
Row - Alkins, Miss
Callaway, Ford, Pills-
bury, S. Randall,
LINE AND COLOR CLUB
One of the most popular organizations in the
school, the Line and Color Club, has as its purpose
the encouragement and fostering of a greater
appreciation of creative art in everyday life. Miss
Callaway is our adviser.
LINIE and COLOR
Bmokfielil. S r 4' 0 11.1
mrr, B 0 .s 11' l rn a n n,
Sfringrr, Mills, Davis,
Leek. Tbinl Ron'-
Singrf, Miss Calluf
way, lfzuns, Simrrmm,
JUNIOR ART CLUB
The officers of the junior Art Club are: Patsy
Pillsbury, presidentg Bonnie Ford, secrctary-trcas-
urer, and Miss Callaway, adviser. The purpose of
the club is to develop understanding of and stimu-
late interest in creative art.
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