Mountain Lakes High School - Yearbook (Mountain Lakes, NJ)
- Class of 1946
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The 1946 Lakes
Be Strong !
Be strong! We are not here to play, to dream, to driftg
We have hard work to do and loads to liftg
Shun not the struggle: face it, 'tis God's gift,
Be strong, be strong!
Be strong! Say not the days are evil - who's to blame?
And fold the hands and acquiesce - O shame!
Stand up, speak out, and bravely, in God's Name.
Be strong, be strong!
MALTBIIQ D. BABCOCK
THE SENIOR CLASS
MOUNTAIN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNTAIN LAKES, NEW JERSEY
Mr. Atherton Noyes, jr. CPresidentj, Mrs. H. M. Wilson Mr G C
Willard, Mrs. Paul Farnham, Mr. J. A. Tompkins fDistrict Clerkj M
E. W. Anibal fSupervising Principalj, Mr. Charles Klem fVlCE Presi
denrj, Mrs. David Blattner, Mr. William E. Hansen Mr E H
MR. ATHERTON NOYES, JR. . Prefidenl
MR. CHARLES KLEM . . . . Vice Preridenl
MR. JOHN A. TOMPKINS . . Diflrifl Clerk
MRS. DAVID G. BLATTNER WILLIAM E. HANSEN
ELVIN H. CONARROE GORDON C. WILLARD
MRS. PAUL FARNI-IAM MRS. H. M. WILSON
To the Board of Education, our teachers, parents, and friends, we, the Class of 1946,
wish to extend our appreciation for the outstanding cooperation given us throughout
our school career. We are grateful for the innumerable significant contributions which
you have so freely bestowed. Many times we have needed help and you have aided
us, needed encouragement and you have encouraged us, needed inspiration and you
have inspired us. For this we thank you.
We wish to add a special notation in expression of our sincere appreciation to Miss
Blanchard who has given generously of her time and effort in the realization of this
To Miss Marion Vincent, our loyal advisor and understand-
ing friend, We dedicate our yearbook. During our two most
important years in high school Miss Vincent has, through
her guidance, inculcated in us a sense of responsibility and
fair play. By this dedication we are attempting to show
our appreciation for her continual sympathetic concern and
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THE LAKES STAFF
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ALFRED IOHNSRUD, ARTHUR FRANZ
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friendly Jmile . . , willy . . . second
Eddie Riekenlmcker . . . pleamnt . . .
splendid reading terlaniqne . . . ar!
obilily . . . a mrefree, mmol manner.
, ment 3, 4, Football 3, 4.
Stage Craft club 23 Senior Ball committee 45
Score Board committee 3, 4g Intramural sports
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"Andy" . . . fall, dork and felifitom
. . . znzprediclable . . . culinary artift
. . . ben party hosiery . . . three into
fingernails . . . tha! boy next door.
A Cappella Choir 3, 44 Librarians Club 4g
The Lakes staff 45 Testimonial Dance commit-
Ex-priwzle Pol . , . red hair and freck-
lef . . . plorid and unexrited . . .
common Jenie . . . bzznler and barrier
. . , bard working . . . "Long live zlae
Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross-Country 2, 33 Moun-
taineer 3, 45 Senior Ball committee 4g Testi-
monial Dance committcc 33 Dramatic Club 3,
45 Varsity Club 3, 43 S.G.A. lg Class Presi-
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Art b 1, 2, 3, 45 3 depezzdable . . . 1eu'i11g'J ber bobby
CJ' SPO" ' 3- 5 and .rhe zwearf if zrell. ,
SC 5 C Club 2. 3: NM50, JI I A Cappe la Choir l, 3, 45 The Lakes staff 45
H n Society L4: Studcm Court 49 Cmnt . Testi: 10 al Dance committee 35 Dramatic
ui: ' I5 'llc Lakes staff 45 Soph nor Ulu 9 i!1If2ri2mS Chll-lb 3, 45 Girls' sports 1,
comn c 25 junior Prom com it' , ' cn- X41 Glrls Wllltc lcffff 45 Semof may
'o . committee 45 Testimoni e com- Commluec 4'
uttec .5 Football Dance c n rec 45 Sen' r MJ
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Aff Club 1- Z' ' 49 Ph? P Cpmm ' timonial Dance Committee 35 Librarians Club
tee 25 junio m ommi tc 5 Senior Ball
committee 4' stimonial D cc committee 35 vcr 3' 45 The Lakes SMH 4: Girls' Sports f'
The La s s ff 45 Girls' sports l, 2, 3, 45
Girlyyg' e letter 3.
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good argument . . . cl friend neither
W f LM ' Wizig and sports . . . nezfer lacking cl
forgetting nor forgotten.
Girls' Sports 1, 3, 45 S.G.A. 15 Dramatic Club
3, vice-president 45 Service Club 3, 4g Moun-
taineer 3, 45 The Lakes staff 45 Senior Play
committee 45 A Cappella Choir I, 3, 45 Jun-
ior Prom committee 35 Tcstimonal Dance com-
mittee 35 Girls' White letter 45 Band 1, 35
"Chit" . . . bell bottom trou.fer.r . . .
"0lly" . . . friendly and understanding
. . . lalne-blafk hair . . . individu-
ezlirtif . . . thumb lrrweler . . . that
.rpurkle in his eye.
A Cappella Choir 2, 35 S.G.A.-1, 25 Testi-
monial Dance committee 35 junior Prom com-
mittee 35 Sophomore Hop committee 25 Intra-
mural Sports 3.
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zuell-groomed . . . always on the jo
. . . originator of gmninzar ruler .
raven lorles and creamy foinple n.
Girls' Sports I, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic b , 45
Christmas Play committee 35 Se ay com-
mittee 45 A Cappella Choir l , 45 ervge
Club 3, 45 Testimonial Da commit 35
Senior Ball committee 45 e L kes s aff
Food committee 3, 4. ,
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gn-llzrhj' . . , ezfer'j'h0dy'J pal.
Librarians Club 3, president 43 junior prom
committee 34 Sophomore Hop committee 23
Testimonial Dnncc committee 39 Girls' Sports
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"F0r'die" . . . Heat and 'well dreffed
. . . Kent Sfhaol . . , feminine . , .
tangential and friendly . . , laughter
. . . noted for good lookf . . . Hubba
Mountaineer 3, 4g junior Prom committee 35
A Cappella Choir 2, 55 The Lakes staff 45
Sophomore Hop committee 21 Girls' Sports
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Jfienre and maIlJ enlbmiaft . . . alb-
lefic . . . fonfirmecl Pl'0Cl'cZJ'lllIdl0I' . . .
tall and good looking.
Band lg Orchestra lg Service Club 3, 45
Mountaineer 3, 43 Dramatic Club 4g Testi-
"Biff" . . . blonde bair ana' png nofe
. . . tba! bandbox look . . . feminine
and aIt1'av1i11e . . . dancing blue eyef
. . . obangeable perfonallty . . well-
libecl . . . ber brotbeazr.
A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 45 Service Club 3, 45
Librarians Club 3, 4g Tcstimo ial Dance com-
monial Dance committee 3, Food Committee mittee 39 Football Dance C ' we 4: Ticket
3, 44 Librarians Club 3, 4, Girls' Sports commlttcc 3. Ccord D com ' ec 2.
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"Wei" . . . frieme iufellefr . . . "Dol" .. fp ' ng hr on eyebt .. ko
thoughtful and referred . . . good peppy azd rh erfn . . . :amid ra fl'
looking Jmilf . . . flide rifle! and for- ...' 1 weak: for c xml IQ d dan 5
mulae . . . phobia: femalef . . , mg. "0'f071t600l'dl73 'eater .U.
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Scoreboard committee 45 Int m ortsvfy N Sophom Comvfftec 25 Girls' ports 2,
I ' 3, 45 t 'ncer 2, 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45
, juni om c ittcc 35 Testimonial Dance
com ttcc Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45 Libra-
, rians C15 5 Senior Ball committee 45 Foot-
0 , Q ball Dance Committee 45 Tlmc Lake
N . Cheerleader 4.
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1 1h r .wavy hair and brown eyef X X dan ' . . 'az . . 0? ' .
T 3, 45 Cross-Country 35 A Cay a l Cad li Y CBP i 43 Bfi A00111-
Choir 2, 35 junior Fire Depa enl 9 I C013 VHKHHUC Cl y 4SCw15Pl3
H1.Y 3, 4, 5 Lib ians 1, , 3, Cappell
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Ihe side of the lau' . . . likeable
and popular . . . Jeroud Arthur Mur-
ray . . . azfersiou to homework . . .
Fergurorfi favorite fudge duffer.
Baseball 2, 3, 4g Basketball 4g Intramural
Sports 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Senior Club 4.
ff' WILLIAM LEIKARI
MQ! fTBill" , . . red Jhirl and straight hair
' i . . . likeable . . . haunler of the hallx
. . . Jarrafrir quipf . . . one of fhe jeu'
Ji l male Serzfiee Clubber! . . . gll7I fau-
V f 4 rier . , . "variety if the Jpire of life."
I ' ak Service Club 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 3g Testi-
' monial Dance committee 3, Junior Prom com-
K X7 Z mittee 35 Football Dante committee 4, Score
Board committee 43 Tlme Lakes staff 4.
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Hi-Y head . . . tha! swagger . . .
honest and dependable . . . humorous
. . . Ely Culberlforz the ferorzd.
Class Treasurer 2, S.C.A. 3, 4, The Lakes
staff 4, Football Program committee 3, 45
Hi-Y 2, 3, President 45 A Cappella Choir
l, 2, 3, Stage Craft Club 1, 2g Stage Crew
2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, Manager 3, 43 Baseball
Manager 3g Sophomore Hop committee 23
Intramural Sports 3, 43 Varsity Club 4,
"Bub" . , , long, lanky, and lazy . .
Yellowflorze . . . three letter man .
good loohirzg . . . rle r . .
ell? bays . . . alw b g.
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"Mac" . . . gorgeouf dinzplet, hlue
eyef, and flim figure . . . farnouf foo!-
hall fan . . . puzzled exprenion . . .
haggy gym Juit . . . eneryone'f friend
. . . one reafon why Mother getr grey
. . . "What'll I do?"
A Cappella Choir 35 Librarians Club 45 Serv-
ice Club 45 The Lakes staff 45 Girls' Sports
3, 45 Food committee 45 Testimonial Dance
committee 35 Junior Prom committee 3.
"fone" . . . patience and induftry . . .
friendly . . . "I-Ii!" . . .faithful rooter
at all garner . . . indefatigahle .rpirit
. . . A Cappella alto , . . rnufic and
china dog collecting.
A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Sports 2,
3, 45 Librarians Club 2, 35 Mountaineer 35
Dramatic Club 35 Junior Prom committee 35
Testimonial Dance committee 35 The Lakes
staff 45 Food committee 3.
"Al" . , . oertatile .rportfrnan . .
Jatirical humor . . . sharp car . . .
Hi-Y partief . . . 4th period brunch
. . . well-rnannered man ahout M.L.
Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Football 45
Varsity Club, Vice-president 45 junior Fire
Department 45 Student Court 3, 45 A Cap-
pella Choir 35 Orchestra 35 Testimonial Dance
committee 35 Senior Ball chairman 45 Hi-Y
3, 45 Youth Government 35 The Lakes staff 4.
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hnnling . . . Bzih'J gunz-rheufing pal
. . . ronfrienlioiii and rongenial . . .
hafehall . . . impirh grin and frerklef.
A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2,
3, 45 junior Fire Department 45 junior Prom
committee 35 Intramural Sports 3, 45 Food
committee 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4.
Bright hair, qllfk hlmh, ana' a lively
Jlep . . . failorf, a .fpefially . . . lunch-
lime jillerhiig . . . pajama partie! . . .
rliitinetive reading wife . . . every
boclybf Olly . . . Sorry, zhif is the lafl
of the Morrifef.
Linc and Color Club 45 Sophomore Hop com-
mittee 25 Junior Prom committee 35 The Lakes
staff 45 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45 Testimonial
Dance committee 35 Senior Ball committee 45
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4.
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Camping rripi' . . . alwayy remember:
the Jalt and llldlfbff . . . artful hiftory
rharl maker . . . iriin and anziahle . . .
.rfrawherry-blonde hair . . . yodeling
. , . gym rlaff geninf . . . hunting with
S.G.A. ,25 Testimonial Dance committee 35
Senior 'Ball committee 45 Class Vice-president
45 Line and Color Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Sophomore
Hop committee 25 Junior Prom committee 35
Librarians Club 1, 2, 45 Mountaineer 2, 35 The
Lakes staff 45 Food committee 4:
"jeannie" . . . nzodellr fgare . . . let-
lerf from Bill . . . reierved . . . grate-
ful on ice , . . feminine . . . outrland-
zng .rerond Joprano . . . hoalx and the
Jhore . . . "H0lcha!!"
Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 1,
2, 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club
3, 45 Librarians Club 3, Food committee 3, 45
Senior Ball committee 45 Testimonial Dance
committee 35 Sophomore Hop committee 25
Senior Play committee 45 Mountaineer 3, 45
The Lakes staff 45 Creative dancing 15
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"Demo" . . . top from man . . . popu-
lar . . . full of fun . . . smooth dancer
. . Iwo-term treafurer . . well man-
nered, good looking . . . Daffl Boone
creafiom . . . "pug, puff."
Track 2, 3, Co-captain 45 Cross-Country 3,
Captain 45 Sophomore Hop committee 25 Jun-
ior Pro committee 35 Testimonial Dance
C015 itt v5 Senior Ball comm tee 4' Junior
Fireliglep rxment 3, ' Class T as r r 3, 45
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Ktimo n - committee 35 Service Club 2
3, 5 C la Choir 15 Librarians Club 4
The L es staff 45 S.G.A. 45
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"Sag" . , , dark eyef and lovely rofg CS, 45,9-
plexlozz . . . Cbriflmaf rard Jalefman X:-Q-yy OJJ9,
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poised, smooth, and Jopbiflirafed . . . -'XX 'SQ
Mountaineer 2, 3, 45 Librarians Club 3, 45 4 ,LT E:
Service Club 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 A Cap- 5 C55 '
pclla Choir 45 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 45 Sophomore ON
Hop committee 25 junior Prom committee 3: Q1
Football Dance committee 45 Testimonial Dance C sfjx
committee 35 Senior Ball committee 45 Christ- 'Z
mas Card chairman 45 Class secretary 45 The
Lakes staH 4.
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"Maw" , . . '46'J prefid 2 . . . 9711- NT
flooding .fportf writer . . . lllfdf'-'U ay-
ing leader of ' I f lflerf . . . J . .
blue eyes . . . mible . . . yi .
full of fun . . . What ay?
Class President 45 C1 s - S' e 5
S.G.A. 45 Mountaineer 2, , 45 s 5
staff 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 as 1, 2,
3, 45 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4 i-Y 3, 5 ,
Orchestra 2, 35 A istant ager Footba 5
Cross-Country a age 5 Senior 5, l com D,
mittee 45 Dance 49 l Q
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, "Stief" . . . fecond Lou Gelarig . . .
apropof rernarkf , . . bafketball .rkoef
. . . veleran driver . . . Bobbe . . . long
eyelafker . . . good Jportrmanfbip.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Basket-
ball 3g Band 1, 2, 3g Scoreboard committee 4g
junior Prom committee 3.
Q ' RICHARD STOUGHTON
"Di k" . . . friendly and joking . . .
faQQP1,dzr'irature.r . . . 9:02 ffholar
. . joint owner of the jallopy . . .
deep dark eye: . . . "fun don? bend
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W, rack 2, 3, 45 Cross-Country 2, 35 Junior
Fire Department 3, 49 Varsity Club 3, 4:
he Lakes staff 49 Sophomore Hop committee
- junior Prom committee 33 Football Dance
W, mmittee 4g Senior Ball committee 43 Testi-
monial D nce committee 3: Band l, 2.
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. . . like: lall Jailorx . . . .rlaeepifla
.fmile . . . owner of a lange appelile
. . . penril Jketelaer . . . trim appear-
ance . . . The auburn laair if natural.
Librarians Club 3g The Lakes staff 44 Senior
Ball committee 45 Testimonial Dance Commit-
tee 3g Junior Prom committee 3.
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Happy-go-lurky Howie . . . Isb-ie-bibel
hair-do . . . ramping and fishing fiend
. . . migbty Serviee Club member . . .
bonorary Hoffire boy" . . . deoilisb
sense of humor . . . spur-of-the-mo
ment addict . . . brotherly wolf.
Track 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Junior Fire
Department 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Junior
Prom committee 35 Testimonial Dance com-
mittee 35 Service Club 45 Senior Ball commit-
tee 45 The Lakes staff 45 Cross-Country 35
Football 45 Football Dance committee 4.
"Wick" . . . nail polisb and records
. . . evilisb . . . neoeba dull moment
. . . bose parties! . .' . faux pas . . .
Wb t a bouse! '
A Cappella Choir 2, 45 Dramatic Club 35
MountaindQrA2, 3, 45 Servr Club 45 Libra-
rians Club 45 The Lakes aff 45 Sophomore
Hop committeel-25 junior Prom committee 35
Testimonial qancefcdmmittee 35 K ball Dance
committee 45 Girls' Sports
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ALLAN VAN DEUSIQAOJI 7
"Al" . . . tonscientious and depend-
able . . . witty quips . . . leader of
S.G.A .... popular and versatile . . .
finder star . . . well groomed . . .
Football 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 S.G.A. 1, 2,
Treasurer 3, President 45 Class President 25
Testimonial Dance committee 35 Sophomore
Hop committee 25 junior Prom committee 35
Senior Ball committee 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, vice-
president 45 Junior Fire Department 45 Band
15 Stage Craft 1, 25 National Honor Society
3, 45 The Lakes staff 45 Youth Government 35
Varsity Club, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Student
Court, President 4.
Baseball minded . . . Bowling Green
. . . tbis boy sold bis rar . . . an ever-
suffering P.A.D. student: nominated
for best sport . . . infeftious grin . . .
individualistic personality . . . tbree
letter man "Call me Tex.'f
2, 3, 45 Footb ll 3, 45 Basket-
45 Va 'ty Cl , 45 S.G.A. 25
com ' e 35 Intramural
Se i all com tee 45 The Lakes
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Girls' Sports 1, 2, 5, 45 Girls' white letter 45
Service Club secretary 2, 3, president 45 S.G.A.
secretary 3, vicc-president 45 A Cappella Choir
I, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, secretary 45
Band 1, 25 Orchestra 1, 25 Mountaineer 25
The Lakes staff 45 Sophomore Hop committee
25 junior Prom committee 35 Testimonial
Dance committee 35 Senior Ball committee 45
Football Dance committee 4' S '
5 cmor Play com
5 Cheerleader 2 3 '
, , 4, Class secretary
, Student Court 45 Youth Government 5.
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Young Peoplefr leader . , . inlaerenl
intelligence lm rl'
. . . en mg flow of
laughter and good cheer . . . a
A Cappella Choir 5, 45 Dr
amatic Club 4'
ristmas Play 4' Se '
, mor Play committee 45
Testimonial Dance committee 35 Senior Ball
committee 45 Librarians Club 4-
, Food Com-
e 4, S.G.A. 45 The Lakes staff 4.
5 Back to the old grind after a lazy summer. Dick
Weaver's beard shocked everyone. The jalopies
jammed the front driveway.
21 Our initial assembly. The cheerleaders, in their
new uniforms, displayed finesse and originality.
The Seniors proudly exited first.
29 The social life of the school got underway. The
Seniors sponsored a football dance.
12 The band made its debut at the pep rally for
our first hpme football game. The Food Com-
mittee hawked its wares-bunless hotdogs.
18 Mr. Rhoads arrived with photographic equip-
ment for Laker pictures-1, 2, 3, smile, please.
19 First issue of our printed "Mountaineer"-good
news. First report cards too-well-?
23 The magazine campaign ended after we had
signed our parents up with renewals for six
27 Second step of M.I..'s social life. The girls
dragged the fellas to the Junior's Sadie Haw-
kins Dance, featuring the debut of the 'Dream-
sters. Those two Rainbow characters, Ed Meade
and Al Vogt, kept us in stitches.
27 That "wanted, dead or alive" look-the Seniors
got their individual proofs.
1 The day after Hallowe'en-need more be said?
10 Our home game with Franklin had an added
attraction-the harriers held their East Orange
meet between halves. Dual victory for M.L.
17 Our final football game with Wharton. jackie's
party was crashed by the conquered foes.
21 The first formal Junior Prom in several years-
Oh where, oh where, can the Senior girls be???
16 The Christmas season was ushered in by an im-
pressive candlelight concert given by the A
Cappella Choir under the direction of Miss
Bair, who presented an inspiring violin solo,
21 What a day! The Dramatic Club scored a big
hit with their rewritten version of "Peace on
Earth." Half day session. The Seniors decor-
ated for their sensational Ball.
4 The whole school turned out for our first bas-
ketball game. We mourned the lack of Mac
8 The new librarian, Miss Mostue, arrived.
18 The Seniors stayed up all night, but finally
came through with their source themes. Many
of us went to see "Carmen," Fergie's had a
party after the Dover game.
25 Mountain Lakes migrated to Boonton for our
first annual battle. Thank goodness we didn't
all have to go by bus this year!
26 The Sophomores sponsored an informal "Win-
ter Wonderland" dance. Phil Graf entertained
- at the piano. ' '
22 The whole town came to school for our home
game with Boonton. Mid-winter vacation-
no school. Whoopee!
15 The Sophomore Hop! We all had a wonderful
time-there was a big battle for souvenirs.
10 "The Charm School" was produced. The best
24 The Choir gave "The Forest Prince" for its
spring concert. The audience was delighted.
7 O most horrible day! The Senior exams began.
The Seniors practiced sobbing gracefully down
the aisle in between times.
14 Graduation. Whew! There were many flowers
and numerous hands to shake.
12-22 Senior Week! The Testimonial Dinner, open
houses, pajama parties, moonlight dips, free om
loafing-wonderful! ! !
Al Van Duesen
GI hair Cut
evading the issue
five o'clock shadow
words of wisdom
the right answer
class of '46
Tues. night movies
Air Corps wings
"Fleur de Lis"
P A D
Mountain Lakes girls
5th period study
"Are you hurt?"
sitting up straight
P A D
U mall y Seen
with the boys
10,000 ft, up
with Mr. Willing
in "the" gym suit
in Herbie's room
with a full car
with the gang
on the telephone
in Denville Center
en route to station
asleep in class
with a camera
on the "116"
in first place
making a deadline
with a guitar
running to school
reading morning T
on the prowl
with a boy
on the sportsfield
on the go
Wanlr to Be
in the Navy
grade school teacher
in Randolph Macon
in the Air Corps
big league player
in Merchant Marine
college hero at Ohio
Probably Will Be
out of date
in the dark
in Who's Who
fugitive from kindergarten
Betty Grable II
home on the range
on boss's knee
man about town
a good one
in reform school
camp fire girl
up a tree
chief cook and bottle washer
hotel hostess .
love of the campus
Old MacDonald Had a Farm
Out of This World
With My Head in the Clouds
How Many Hearts Have You Broken?
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
Song of the Open Road
Dentyne Chewing Gum
Take It' Easy
Bell Bottom Trousers
Bicycle Built for Two
The Story of Two Cigarettes
6 Ft. 2 Eyes of Blue
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
It Can't Be Wrong
Sing a Song of Sunbeams
I've Been Working on the Railroad
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi
Please Don't Say No
Sweet and Lovely
Pretty Kitty Green Eyes
Come Josephine in My Flying Machine
Take Me Out to the Ball Game
I'm Happy When I'm Hiking
It Had to Be You
I'll Be Seein' You
I Don't Care Who Knows It
Two in Love
Here You Are
This Is a Lovely Way to Spend an Evening
Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here
Are You Having Any Fun?
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Last Will and Testament
We the superlative class of '46 in desiring to so honor and enrich the diverse
characters, classes, and faculty of this noble polymathic hall of pedanticism do hereby
will and bequeath these lower specimens of the human race our most exalted and
1. Pete Ancona wills his ready wit to
Margie Anderson leaves the "116"
to that certain person in Boonton.
Dick Bate bequeaths his five drops
a day to Fred Kollmorgan.
Pat Boardman leaves his G.I. haircut
to Ray Perine.
Babs Bostelmann wills Joanne Davis
her vibrant personality.
Peggy Bowen leaves her knitting
needles to Ilse Schindelbeck.
Jane Brookfield leaves her athletic
ability to Audrey Leek.
Alice Butterworth surrenders her
taste for plaicls to Ruth Corkill.
Rosemary Burrows bequeaths her
dimples to Anne Hermes.
Evelyn Case leaves the blue Ford to
her sister Marion.
Dick Conarroe left his slacks and
bobby socks to don the Navy blue.
12. Emily Dayton leaves the baritone
band parts to Adelaide Parkes.
Ellen DeLeyer wills her letters from
the class of '45 to Lorena Strain.
Dorothy Dupilka leaves her red
slacks to anyone who can get a pair
Barbara Ford entrusts her congen-
iality to Margie Kingsland.
Art Franz leaves his car to next
year's track team.
. Eva Galt imparts her ability to put
things off to the other procrastinators.
Norma Gifford leaves her good
grooming to Ruth Anne Kingsland.
Warren Gifford leaves a hard-to-fill
position in the football backfield.
Ann Harris leaves her one blonde
eyelash to Corinne Petry.
Weston Haskell surrenders his chem-
istry lab to Jack Curtis.
Dottie Heaney gives Patsy Pillsbury
her love of dancing.
Diane Himmer bestows her cheering
ability on Izzie Singer.
Bob Jenkins wills his aversion to
homework to Craig Schoonmaker.
Al Johnsrud bestows his camera on
Bill Leikari leaves his red shirt to
George Littell gives his long legs to
George Fisher. i
Doris Maechtle gives her baggy gym
suit to Jane Riker.
Al Maier leaves his all-round good
sportsmanship to Firm McClure.
Josephine Martens wills her aversion
to make-up to Joyce Lilliendahl.
Lynn Miles bequeaths her perpetual
motion to Sally Bennett.
Bob Miller leaves his blush to Joan
Joan Mills yields her accent to any-
one who can cultivate one like it.
Olive Morris leaves her letters from
the armed forces to Vivienne and
Jean Nelson won't leave those letters
Dean Noll confers his track records
on Tommy Papst.
Sug Rust gives her "line" to Sally
Jean Simmons leaves her sarcasm to
Art Singer yields his love of sports
to Al Vogt.
Fred Stiefle leaves his plaid shirt to
Hilda Stocks bequeaths her artistic
ability to Maye Bowen.
Dick Stoughton wills his shy, friend-
ly smile to Tom Murr.
Bob Tweit bestows his love of the
Cinder Track on Walt Atkins.
Howard Tyzzer gives his Dramatic
Club "clinches" to George Hoth.
Al Van Deusen leaves his coiffure to
Jackie Wickwire leaves her nail pol-
ish to Diane Peasback.
Mac Wight leaves P.A.D. gladly.
Pat Willard leaves her pep, vim, and
vigor to Jeanne Morrison.
Grace Zieger bequeaths her sense of
humor to Jiffy Scott.
Michael Hickey leaves his model
railroad building to the D. L. 8: W.
Thus the paragon and phoenix of all Senior
prerequisite and prerogatives to ensuing and much inferior classes.
classes, the class of '46, relinquishes
Chairmen of Senior ctivities
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Top Row: Haines, Ward, Haskell, Adams, Orvis, Jones, Eberhardt, Van
Duyne, Scheckel, Smith, R. Perine, Bessemer. Second Row: V. Carter,
Gregory, Sperry, Tonking, Tegtmeir, Kingsland, fintrudcrj, Breckley,
Davis, Leek, Evans, Strain, Scott, Humphrey, Jewell, Beck, Barstow.
Thirxl Row: Riker, Perine, Petry, Leone, McDougall, Lilliendahl,
Hermes, Wilcox, Templeton, Case, Schindelbeck, Ingram, Gwyn, Gocller.
Bofiom Row: Murr, Schoonmaker, Hoth, Sccrbo, Barnes, Meade, Golds-
worthy, E. Carter, Vogt, McClure.
Wilcox, Vice-Presidentg Hermes, Secretaryg
Miss Blanchard, Advisorg Murr, President,
THE JU IORS
Carr: Class of 1947
Director: Miss Blanchard
The Class of '47 enters the portals
in September, 1941. Magazine sale
The eighth grade prepares for
Senior High School.
"Freshman Leap" ideas but no de-
velopment. Students become mem-
bers of clubs and the choir.
As Sophomores, a Sophomore Hop
and cake sales are projects. Girls
and boys outstanding in athletic
The junior Year is a big year for
dances: The Junior Prom, a Sadie
Hawkins Dance, and the Testimon-
ial Dinner and Dance for the Class
of 1946. Proudly they sport two
cheerleaders and many varsity men,
keeping up their splendid class and
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THE SOPHO ORES
A ct Four
Carr: Class of 1948
Fledgling seventh graders sneak
through the Senior Door. Class or-
ganizes, directed by Miss Kerr.
As eighth graders the Class ot' '48
make plans with the help of Miss
Callaway, new class advisor, keeping
in mind that next year the class
enters high school. The Christmas
party becomes a reality.
Members enter school organizations
and participate in many athletic ac-
tivities. It's wonderful to be a
'46 has seen the Sophomores taking
a part of increasing importance in
M.L.H.S. life. Cheerleaders, sports
leaders, and class leaders have done
much to make the Class of '48 a
7.017 Row: Willard, Weaver, Higgins, Shaw, W. Golclrick, Talmaclge, Har-
rington, Brown, Cobb, Curtis, Parry, Ford, Knollhuff, Thompson. Second
Row: Binner, Stone, Kingsland, Singer, Pillsbury, Bennett, Klein, Smart,
Randall, Carter, Shure, H. Goldrick, Ogden, O'Neill. Third Row: Peas-
back, Grimison, Stapley, Myers, Gabrielson, Rockefeller, Bonneson, Morri-
son, Papst, Crosby, Bowen, Ryan, P. Lynch, R. Lynch, Scott. Boflom Row:
Sweigart, Christensen, Button, Coe, Dreisbach, Walker, Shaw, Graf,
Blades, Woodward, Carroll.
Crosby, Treasurer, Bonnesen, Secretaryg Miss
Callaway, AdV1S0rg Papst. President, Morrison,
Carrier, Treasurerg Franklin, President, Miss
Phelan, Advisor, Ferrniuolo, Secretary, Yac-
Top Row: Rose, T. Littell, Templeton, Salmon, F. blones, Moulton, Shar
tuck, A. Patrick, Tasker, Gwynn, Barlow, Kugelmeyer. Svuwlil Row
Larsen, Straight, Van Orden, Knill, Noll, Pisar, Delchamp, Waltlroii,
Kopf, Rystcdt, Housby, S. Bennett, Matthews, Spies. Thin! Row: Betcher
Wagiier, Seymour, West, Beauchamp, Miller, Gibb, Ferraiuolo, Franklin
Carrier, Yaccarino, Armstrong, Ritz, Mnrnngelo, Corkill, Parkes, Carr,
E. Farnham. Bollom Row: Doushkess, Thompson, Flannagan, Kimber,
Gray, Conover, Carruthers, -I, Patrick, Hornblower, Prince, Byrnes
Fischer, Atkins, Tegtmeir.
Ct1,l'I.' Class of 1949
Dir'erfm'.' Miss Phelan
Steve 1. The fall of '43 welcomes another
group of awe-struck seventh graders.
The class organizes and becomes
familiar with the workings of the
Scene II. During the second year in the high
school, '49's members advise new
seventh graders, take advice from
present freshmen, and await with
anticipation their entrance into sen-
ior high. They entered into the
social life of Mt. Lakes with a class
party held in the music room.
Scene Ill. Now Freshmen, the class has at-
tained one goal, sighted another,
and is planning to assume its place
in high school. Active in many
sports, represented in numerous
extracurricular activities, and shin-
ing scholastically with honor roll
students ranking high, they are al-
ready rising to that place.
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Carl: Class of 1950
Direrfmn' Mrs. Thompson
Introducing the First class to grad-
uate in the fifties. They began par-
ticipating in high school activities
with members in Art Club, Moun-
taineer, Band, and sports. Brim-
ming over with school spirit, the
members of the class cheered the
team to victory, attended school
activities, and presented an assembly
on South America.
Now well -acquainted with the
school, this class made itself better
known in social, athletic funde-
feated football teamj, and extra-
curricular activities. A class Hal-
lowe'en party was held which met
with widespread approval from its
attendants. At mid-year, the class
was handicapped by the loss of its
able director, Mrs. Thompson.
T017 ,Rouw Meinke, Parry, Kollmorgan, Pack, Byrnes, Miller, Oxchufwud
Beattie, Hamilton, Perry, Thomas, Farquhar, C. Gwyn. Mirliflr' Ron'
Guild, Nordstrom, Christensen, Bonnesen, Blattner, Gwyn, Richard.
50ni l1CkS0f1, Pllfkfi D-IYKOYM 5Cl1ildmHDH. Creamer, McLeod, Leone
Matthews. Ftrs! Row: Hervey, Drake, Capen, Farnham, Milkey, McClure
Pillsbury, Kingsland, Brewer, Doolittle, Belirbohm, Allen, Wilcox.
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McClure, Treasurer, Milkey, Secretaryg Pills-
bury, Vice-President, Kingsland, Prcsidentg
Mrs. Thompson, Advisor.
To Ron Noyes, Pcnsback, Dcnnin, Lundquist, jones, McKittrick, Len-
hcardt Housby, Headden, Pingpank, Drake, Atkins, Armstrong. Scrum!
Row Barnes, Betcher, Bomboy, Bostclmann, N. Cass, Rose, Anibal,
Kingsland Flynn, Knollhuff, Lund, P. Cass, Evans, Dunkel. Boffom Row:
Wilson Dahlberg, Cullman, Capcn, Murr, Miller, Strain, johnson, Smart,
Rorke Wasson, Rogers.
Strain, Treasurerg Miller, Presidentg Miss A.
McManus, Advisory Johnson, Vice-President,
Carl: Class of 1951
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Another seventh grade begins its
wanderings through the maze of
halls in commencement of its long
trek which will culminate in 1951.
They began their stay in the high
school by participating in numerous
extracurricular activities including
sports, the Mountaineer, Art Club,
and in the social life by attending
the informal dances. The Class of
'51 has begun its secondary educa-
tion with an indefatigable spirit.
Good luck, newcomers.
The S.G.A., our student government body, orig-
inated in the high school's opening year, 1936.
Ever since that auspicious date, it has been function-
ing efiiciently and successfully. The President, Vice-
President, Secretary, and Treasurer constitute the
Executive Committee, the Council consists of repre-
sentatives of the homerooms and presidents of the
various organizations. The Service Club and the
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Willard, Vice-President, Van Deuscn, Presidentg Mr.
Smith, Advisor, Templeton, Secretaryg Murr, Treasurer.
Top Row: Singer, Pabst, Simmons, Bostelmann, Farnham, Kingsland, Leone, Goeller,
Klein, johnsrud. Bottom Row: Mr, Smith, Zieger, Himmer, Willard, Murr, Van Deusen,
Templeton, Miller, Hermes, Randall.
recently organized Student Court, the legislative and
judicial branches of our "government" respectively,
are placed under the jurisdiction of the S.G.A. and
are guided and supervised by its officials.
One of the main transactions of the Council,
the sale of S.G.A. tickets, was conducted as usual
this year, and a great many were sold to parents
interested in sports as well as to the students. Other
S.G.A. activities include the sponsorship of assembly
programs and the proportionment of the Council
funds among the school organizations.
The S.G.A. is very grateful for the efiicient and
generous guidance of Mr. Robert J. Smith, the
advisor for the last two years and the first few
months of this past year. Among his many innova-
tions was the introduction of the Student Court into
the high school Student Government system.
We welcome Mr. Hayden Schofield and are look-
ing forward to many more successful years under his
able guidance. His unstinting effort and the students'
willing cooperation will enable our Student Govern-
ment to continue functioning successfully, efiiciently,
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Top Row: Miles, Nelson, Bostelmann, Singer, Tyzzer, G.
Willard, Grimison, Leikari, Gillen, Rust, Wickwire. Secoml
Row: P. Willard, Maechtle, Case, Butterworth, Galt, Dayton,
Klein, Strain, Gifford. Botlom Row: Heaney, Barstow, Hermes,
Leone, Goeller, Ingram, Humphrey, Kingsland, Templeton,
Hermes, Vice-President, Singer, Secretary:
Willard, President, Mrs. Thompson, Advisor.
SERVICE CL B
The Service Club, as its name implies, has the objective anc
purpose of giving helpful assistance toward the smooth running
of the school management in numerous ways. Its membership
includes students from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senioi
classes, this year's members were chosen by the faculty.
Among the chief responsibilities of the Service Club is the
maintaining of order in the corridors and lunchroom. Member:
also sell and collect tickets at athletic contests and conduct thc
soliciting of funds for such organizations as the Junior Rec
Cross. This year a small group from the Junior High School
has taken over the duties of the fifth period lunch hour.
We are greatly indebted to our advisors, Mrs. Thompson and
Miss Mostue, who took her place at midyear. Their patience
and helpful advice have enabled us to complete another success-
The Librarians' Club is composed of high school
students who are interested in gaining theoretical
and practical knowledge of the library. The members
check books, shelve those returned, type, file, and
fulhll other responsibilities associated with the libra'
ry. The members further render aid to the teacher in
charge by taking attendance in study hall and collect-
ing absence slips. As leader of this capable group,
Miss Mostue has ably succeeded Mrs, Thompson, who
splendidly sponsored, directed, and trained the club
for many profitable years. The high school is ex-
tremely appreciative of the efhcient and kind services
which the student librarians give so freely.
Top Row: Leone, Gwyn, Goeller, Simmons, Rust. Svromf Row.
Barstow, Breckley, Humphrey, Scott, Templeton, Wilcox, Zieger,
Anderson, Maechtle, Dupilka, Galt. Botfom Row: Gifford
Heaney, W'ickwirc, Burrows, Mrs. Thompson, DcLeyer, Kings
land, Mills, Bowen, Himmcr.
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Johnsrud, Business Manager,
Miss Nast, Advisory Sim-
T017 Row: Higgins, Bostelmann, Nelson, Heaney, Richardson, Nordstrom,
McLeod, Klein, Smart, Dclchamp, Leone, Doushkess. Second Row: Wick-
wire, Burrows, Humphrey, Gwyn, Strain, Leek, Davis, Randall, Hermes,
Templeton, Galt. Bottom Row: Butterworth, Himmer, Wilcox, Miss Nast,
Simmons, Rust, Dayton, johnsrud, Singer, Grimison.
THE M UNTAIN EER
For the past four years "The Mountaineer," our school
newspaper, has existed as a popular and prominent activity.
Nineteen forty-five has marked the Hrst time in which
the staff has achieved a printed issue. Not only has this
stimulated the subscribers interest, but it has also spurred
the staff to maintain higher journalistic standards. In this
way the members gained greater and more valuable experience
The paper is issued about six times per year and has a
circulation of approximately four hundred students, alumni,
townspeople, and servicemen. The staff consists of about
thirty-five writers, typists, and executives.
Under Miss Nast's supervision, "The Mountaineer" hopes
for increased popularity for its current news articles, enter-
taining features, and complete sports coverage. With the
support of the student body, the paper will attain an ever
increasing standard of excellence.
N ATIC AL HO GR
The National Honor Society has had a local
chapter in Mountain Lakes for eight years. The
selection of new members is made by the existing
members and the faculty on the basis of character,
scholarship, leadership, and service. This honor
group, consisting of junior and Senior students, is
chosen each spring. Membership in the organization
is one of the highest honors a Mountain Lakes High
School student can receive, and such membership is
The members of the Senior Class who were
elected in their junior year are Alfred johnsrud,
Allan Van Deusen, and Frances Bostelmann.
The names of the members of the Class of '46,
elected in their Senior year, have not been announced
as the Lakes goes to press.
Al Van Dcusen, Babs Bostelmann QPresi-
dcntl, Al Johnsrud, Mr. Schofield tAd-
The Gamma Hi-Y of Mountain Lakes is an
organization interested in community as well as
school problems and service projects. During the
year they have supported the Youth Government
program, sponsored the victory clothing drive, and
started a Hi-Y basketball team to play against other
clubs. The organization's many worthy projects all
contributed to the high score won in the county
wide efficiency contest. Under the able direction of
Mr. Dickieson the Hi-Y has maintained the high
standards of previous years.
Top Row: Maier, Singer, Hickey, Orvis, Higgins, Pabst, Littcll. Bollom Row: Talmadgc, Vogt, Scheckel,
johnsrud, President, Van Deusen, Tweit, Ford, Brown.
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Top Row: Ryan, Hoth, Rust, Heaney, Case, Tyzzer, Bowen, Nelson,
Ingram, Himmer. Srcoml Row: Scheekel, Riker, Sperry, Zieger, Galt,
Barstow, M. Case, Gwyn, Rystcdt, Fcrraiuolo, Carr. Bollom Row: Morris,
Butterworth, Willard, Dayton, Bostelmann, Miss Kerr, Miller, Gibb,
Beauchamp, Kopf, Knill.
DRAMATIC CL B
The Dramatic Club, with Miss Alice J, Kerr as its advisor, is one of
the most interesting and educational groups in the high school, Membership
in the club not only affords an opportunity for participation in many phases
of theatrical work - acting, stage production, make-up, properties, and
costumes - but also a chance to observe progress and development in
The Program Committee sends representatives of the group to nearby
localities to witness high school plays and Little Theater productions, and
to attend various lectures on the Drama. These representatives report in turn
to the club, thus the group as a whole benefits from their ideas.
The Christmas play is the most ambitious offering of the Dramatic
Club, and this year's selection, "Peace on Earth," was received with great
enthusiasm. The Dramatic Club will continue to function in a most success-
ful manner under the capable hand of its advisor and energetic members.
" he Charm School"
The Senior Class production of "The Charm School," by Alice Duer Miller and
Robert Milton received thundering applause and ovation upon its presentation in May.
This delightful comedy, concerning a young automobile salesman who inherits a girls'
school, proved to be an excellent vehicle for the class's talents.
When the play opens, the young salesman, Austin Bevons QDick Batej, is living on
the top floor of an old-fashioned New York house with his friends, David MacKenzie
CPat Boardmanj, a law student, George Boyd fl-loward Tyzzerj, an expert accountant,
and the twins, jim and Tim Simpkins QDean Noll and Dick Stoughtonj, who have never
done any work.
In the opening act Austin learns from Homer johns QAI johnsrudj, his aunt's
lawyer, that she has died and left him a girls' boarding school. It is expected that the
school be run in the same manner as previously, but Austin believes that the school
should teach girls useful things such as the way to be charming.
Upon his arrival at the school Austin meets Miss Curtis Uean Nelsonj, secretary to
the president, Miss Hays Qane Brookfieldj. Miss Curtis, a llighty woman who is always
trying to help the Senior Class, is in direct contrast to her superior Miss Hays, who is
stern in her ruling of the school, but loved by all.
The Senior Class consists of Elise Benedotti fOlive Morrisj, president of the class
and johns nieceg Sally Boyd fDiahe Himmerj, Georges sister, Muriel Doughty CEvelyn
Case-jg Ethel Spelvin fBabs Bostelmannjg Alix Mercier fLynn Milesjg Lillian StaHford
fPeggy Bowenjg and Madge Kent Qjackie Wickwirej. Dotsie, a junior, is also in the
This production could not have been made possible without the untiring efforts of
Miss Kerr, as directorg the competent assistance of Miss Callaway, who aided with the
art, and Mr, Wikander, in charge of the stage setting.
Top Row: Randall, Nelson, Bostelmann, P. Willard, Heaney, Rust, Gifford, Burrows, Wickwire, Bennett
I. Singer, Klein, Himmer, Martens, G. Willard. Second Row: G. Littell, Butterworth, Tegtmeir, Barstow
Humphrey, Scott, Goeller, M. Case, Dupilka, Zieger, Anderson, Mills, E. Case, Davis, Strain, Leek
Third Row: Rockefeller, Riker, Schindelbcck, Grimison, Ryan, Miss Bair, Breckley, Templeton, Wilcox
Dayton, Bowen, Morris, Miles. Botlom Row: Higgins, Carrier, Barlow, Doushkess, Goldsworthy, Atkins
Van Duyne, T. Litrell, Moulton, A. Singer, Hoth.
C PPELL CHOIR
The A Cappella Choir, artistically directed by
Miss Bair, has achieved importance not only in the
school but in the community as well. Its semi-annual
concerts with the traditional candlelight processional
at Christmas time and the beautiful strains of
Tchaikovsky in the spring always delighted an
auditorium full of interested listeners.
The membership of the choir is composed of
fifty-two mixed Voices and half as many reserves
who in future years will make up the regular choir.
Members attend weekly rehearsals, and before con-
certs they are found practicing diligently every eve-
ning in the auditorium.
The spirit of the choir, inspired by the director,
is what has enabled the group to sing difficult selec-
tions beautifully, maintaining the praiseworthy
standard of the Mountain Lakes A Cappella Choir.
Top Row: Parry, Brown, Strain, Templeton, Willard, Miss
Bair, Higgins, Rose, Sweigart, Farnham, Petry. Scconrl Roux:
A. Parks, Dayton, Miller, Grimmison, Butterworth, M. Parks.
Bolfom Rau: Kopf, Milkey.
FIRE DEPART E T
One of the most community-minded organiza-
tions of the school is the Junior Fire Department,
composed of several of the older boys who are
interested in the protection of the community from
fire. This volunteer group practices on Sunday after-
noons under the supervision of the members of the
regular Hre department. The boys have learned the
techniques of handling the hose, fighting fires, and
driving the fire trucks. The junior firemen assist at
all fires and are on call during the day when the
regular volunteer firemen are out of town at work.
The community appreciates this voluntary interest
and work toward its welfare.
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Under the skillful direction of Miss Bair, the
band has greatly enlivened assemblies, pep rallies,
and basketball games during the year, This group is
small, but the instrumental sections are well balanced.
Next year the band will miss the two senior members
who graduate, however, the grade school will
compensate for this loss. Their repertoire has been
increased, and with diligent practice under Miss
Bair's instruction, the band has learned to hit those
bump notes with real precision.
Tap Row: Hickey, Stoughton, Maier, Van Deuscn, Ancona.
Botlom Row: Schoonmaker, Litrell, Tyzzer, Noll.
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lians Miss Callaway Brookfield Mills
Cabrielson, Leek. llotlrim Row: Malrangeloj D B
Pillsbury, Uelcliamp, Bowen, W'1lCox.
The Line and Color Club, with jane Brookfield as
president, Carol Evans as secretary, and Miss Callaway as
advisor, has had a fruitful year in its many activities. The
fourteen enthusiastic members have journeyed around the
country-side visiting exhibitions of artists and have
attended several lectures by people eminent in the field of
art, In the fall the M.L.H, artists sketched many land-
scapes. These drawings were exhibited during National
Art Week. The art club has cooperated eliectivcly on all
stage decorations and make-up work for school
The objective of the Line and Color Club is to stimu-
late interest in creative art, and under the energetic and
inspiring guidance of Miss Callaway has achieved this end.
ICR ART CL B
The object of the junior Art Club is to develop
an understanding of and to stimulate an interest in
creative art. Each member chooses any unit of work
he wishes to do with the approval of the faculty
advisor, Miss Callaway. Some units of work for the
current year were puppets, backgrounds for living
picturesg Christmas cards in block print, etchings,
and hand drawingsg figures and animal painting,
and ceramics. Any creative phase of work may be
done by the junior artists, who number thirty-two.
By her intense interest and help, Miss Callaway has
developed in her students a sense of appreciation and
has created a desire for originality in their art work.
Tofl Row: Lund, Wilson, Strain, Ping-
pank, Capen, Flynn, Knollhuff. Middle'
Row: Rogers, Behrbohm, Brewer, Cass,
Smart, Dahlberg, Cullman, Gwynn, Day-
ton, Rose. First Row: Wasson, Hervey,
Capen, Parry, Miss Callaway, J, Kings-
land, N. Kingsland, Anibnl, Rorke, Murr.
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The 1945 gridsters of Mountain Lakes High
School completed their season with the best record
ever achieved hy a local eleven: five victories, one
defeat, and one tie.
Once again this year the Lakers' offense was
propelled from a modified T-formation. A speedy
alert hackfield quartet composed of Tom jones,
Firm McClure, Warreii Gifford, and Al Maier spear-
headed the locals' attack. Martin Ward Tom Murr.
'loe Eherhardt, Ben Tonking, and George Littell pro-
tected the middle sector of the forward wall, while
Al Van Deusen and Mac Wight guarded the flanks
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hard-driving backfield ace, and Tom Murr, whose
aggressiveness and determ' '
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forward wall. Coach Ciardi's constant guidance and
direction, throughout the : f ' f
season, proxed invaluable
The outstanding contest of the pigskin campaign
occurred on November 17 at Hamilton Field, Dover,
when the Orange and Blue upset a highly favored
Wharton eleven, 6-0. An aerial from jones to Gif-
ford in th- r ' ' '
c second period resulted in the game's
Prospects for next year are bright with six var-
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Siamliug: Coach Ciardi, Lirrell, T. Jones,
Maier, McClure, Miller, Singer, Golds-
worthy, Jenkins, Johnsrud fM3H1gCf,.
Swomf row: W'il1ard, Carrier, Spies, Brown,
Matthews. Frou! TOM!! Meade, E. Jones,
The 1946 basketball squad of M.L.H.S.
encountered several severe handicaps at the
very start of the season. Only three varsity
lettermen returned from last year, and these
had very little varsity experience. Further-
more, the Locals were hindered by constant
illness early in the season and by being
forced to frequently relinquish the gym-
nasium to other school organizations. Under
these adverse conditions the Orange and
Blue commenced their fourteen game cam-
Coach Ciardi formulated his starting
quintet around George Littell, Al Maier,
Firm McClure, Bob jenkins, and Art Sin-
ger, with Bob Miller, jim Goldsworthy, and
Tom jones as varsity reserves. Although
the team started slowly by losing its first
four contests, constant improvement was
evident as the season progressed. Of course,
Coach Ciardi's perpetual direction and guid-
ance cannot be overestimated.
A jayvee squad composed of Brown,
Willard, Meade, Spies, Carrier, and Hoth
achieved a commendable record and gained
valuable experience for future seasons.
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The 1945 cross country squad completed its season with an undefeated dual meet
record. This included victories over Kearny, Passaic, Newark Central, Seton Hall Prep,
and East Orange. For the first time this year, three meets were scheduled at home and
were held on the local sports field. In addition to the five aforementioned dual meets,
the Lakers also participated in the State Meet at Elizabeth, in which they finished ninth
out of twenty-six schools, the New York Invitational Meet at Van Cortlandt Park,
where they placed twenty-fourth in a field of forty-eight, and a triangular meet with
Trenton and Thomas jefferson, in which the Locals were defeated by the two larger
The Lakers were spearheaded by Captain Dean Noll, who captured hrst place in
eleven out of thirteen dual meets during the past two years, Bob Tweit, one of Coach
Willing's leading harriers for several seasons, and Tom Papst, a sophomore who was
one of the outstanding members of the team in his first year on the squad. Supporting
this trio were Art Franz, john Smith, Noll Cobb, Frank Dreisbach, John Carroll, and
Mike Hickey. Two freshmen, Wesley Gray and Walter Atkins, were also on the squad
gaining experience for future seasons.
Coach Willing's able supervision during the past few years has been the foremost
contributing factor to the excellent teams.
Because the local harriers were the only Group I cross country team in New Jersey,
they were forced to compete with much larger schools, nevertheless, they achieved an
undefeated dual meet record and gained recognition throughout the state.
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Noll, Van Deusen, Smith, Tyzzer, Coach Willing
The 1946 winter track team of Mountain Lakes
High School was once again recognized as one of
the outstanding teams in the state.
Spearheaded by a speedy relay team comcposed of
Captain Dean Noll, Al Van Deusen, Howar Tyzzer,
and John Smith, the- Lakers competed in dual meets
with Seton Hall Prep, North Arlington, Kearny, and
Ferris High School of Jersey City, and also partici-
pated in the Grover Cleveland Meet in New York
City, the Philadelphia Inquirer Meet at Philadelphia,
the Millrose Games, the New York Athletic Club
Meet, the National High School Meet, and the North
In addition to the relay team, the Locals were
represented by Tweit, Boardman, Papst, Dreisbach,
and Carroll in the mile, Tyzzer an Smith in the
half-mile, Van Deusen, Noll, and Cobb in the 440,
Ford, Tyzzer, and Sweigart in the dashes, and Curtis
in the hurdles. In the field events'the Lakers were
led by 'Ward and Moulton in the weights, and Noll
in the high jump.
Coach Willing's perpetual guidance and super-
vision was the foremost factor in the molding of a
The squad and coach are to be commended for
their outstanding performance, despite the fact that
they were without a track, and were forced to com-
pete with larger schools.
Noll, Tweit, Smith, Papst, Franz, Cobb
Papst, Cobb, Hickey, Curtis, Gray
Top row: Littell, Bonnesen, Maier, Noll, Stoughton, Franz. Second row: Tyzzer, Eber-
hardt, Boardman, McClure, Murr, Stiefle, Mr. Ciardi. First row: Mr. Willing, Jenkins,
Twcit, Curtis, Jones, Iohnsrud, Van Deusen.
During its second year of existence the Varsity Club has gained recognition as
one of the most active organizations in the school.
At the club's initial meeting in the fall the following officers were elected for the
year 1945-46: President, Warren Gifford, Vice-President, Tom Murr, Secretary-
Treasurer, Al Van Deusen. However, with the departure of Gifford into the armed
forces, Tom Murr succeeded to the presidency and Al Maier assumed the duties of
Later in the year it was voted by the club to establish cross-country as a major
sport and have it stand on an equal basis with football, basketball, baseball, and
track. The following method of awarding charms was originated: three-letter men
will be presented with silver charms upon graduation, two-letter men will receive gold-
bronze charms, single-letter men will be awarded bronze charms, and a boy who has
participated in a major sport for four years without earning a varsity letter will also
receive a bronze charm.
Last spring the club sponsored the showing of a film in assembly on the 1945
World Series. As a result of this and other activities, the treasury has been greatly
increased during the past year.
The purpose of the Varsity Club is to closely knit all varsity members and to
further athletic competition in school.
This year as in former years, the cheerleading squad
has succeeded in instilling sportsmanship, a sense of fair
play, and enthusiasm in the sports participants and fans
of Mountain Lakes. A new goal was set and attained in
the establishment of a treasury this year. The funds,
amounting to more than 3550, were attained by the girls
through the sponsorship of a sports movie and the sale
of skull caps bearing the traditional school colors. The
first assembly of the school year found the energetic girls
resplendent in new uniforms. At this gathering new sub-
stitutes were chosen. These were Lynn Miles, Dot Heaney,
lean Morrison, Sally Bennett, joan Ogden, Mary Louise
Kopf, and Judy Bennett. During the course of the year
many original cheers were inaugurated and executed with
much skill and technique by the cheerleaders. At various
times the new cheers were introduced at the pep rallies,
which were conducted this year as usual. No game could
have been complete without the spirit and enthusiasm
which the girls roused in the spectators.
DI HIMMER fCaptainj
AUD LEEK JOANNIE DAVIS 1zzY SINGER
This year a greater interest was shown in girls' sports
than formerly. Due to this increased enthusiasm a majority of
girls participated in at least one sport during the school year.
The first popular activity in the fall was hockey. After
strenuous practice, tournaments between classes were played
off. These culminated in a close junior-Senior game which
was finally won by the former. The captains, in collaboration
with Miss Ewing, selected the eleven most outstanding players
to form the Hockey Honor Team.
Basketball season opened with a fine turn out. Each class
was divided into two sections, a blue team and an orange
team. Separate orange and blue games were staged, the orange
in each class playing the blue of the same class. The proud
winner of the tournament was the Senior blue team, followed
by the Senior orange and Freshmen blue teams who tied for
The winter season continued with volley ball. This year
a more decided response was made to the well-liked sport.
Intramural volley ball was played by the four upper classes,
each of these competing with the other three. The juniors
emerged victors in this contest.
Many badminton players made high scores in another of
the indoor games. The "singles" and "doubles" provided ex-
cellent opportunity for the proficient playing of the partici-
P Spring once again ushered in the baseball season. This
proved to be one of the most popular of all athletic activities.
Softball concluded the sports for this profitable year.
During the year many Senior girls achieved their blue
letters, In addition to this, the white letter awards were most
noteworthy. Frances Bostelmann, jane Brookfield, Alice But-
terworth, Emily Dayton, Ellen DeLeyer, Diane Himmer, and
Patricia Willard were the recipients of this hard-earned honor.
jane Brookfield was the only girl in the history of the school
to obtain the white letter in her Junior year.
Sports have been important to the girls in the present
Senior Class. This was one of the most successful years and
will continue to be so in the future.
Top: Bostelmann, Willard, Brookfield, DeLeyer, Himmer.
Botlom: Dayton, Butterworth.
T017 row: Kingsland, Templeton, Strain,
Ingram, Breckley. Bottom foul: Riker,
Wilcox, Leek, Davis, Perine.
HOCKEY HONOR TEAM
To row: Davis Da ton Brookfield, Tem
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Himmer, Bostclmann, Zieger.
Top: Brookfield, Willard, Dayton, DeLeyer,
Mills. Botlom: Bostelmann, Butterworth,
Top row: Morris, Ferraiuolo, Goeller.
Boltom: Grimison, Kopf.
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