Mountain Lakes High School - Yearbook (Mountain Lakes, NJ)

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'D' VA 5, ,. 1? .ig ' X- Wffm if f VV M Wifi J A Page 4 f vu .. .. 1-4 " kv. -' , -I-xg . . 31.5 :.F:-1' uf-1-.,n.J:4 ' +ve.. 72 Q-,Loci 1. J 0 I j 7, ,ies-. Q ,kg Q ' S54 J' fa.. sff Q IG' 25' ' '12 '11, ' . gg: - . -gr 1 if-i ' 1 F nf ' 1 as 5- E L ' Sl B' , ' 4, V. Q4 'ffl ' . , . jf 'S'- F' . . -5 . , N Ep is QM,.,,,.,f ,, . , ' - -'r"2F53:-1,3?2N.Ly .6 " NL- 2- "' . ,, a' .,+7EsSgdgg,5im,m 1 3'-"?'C-9-QQ . -- ' i W zfviiirqvz ' " 11 ' First row: Mrs. Doolittleg Mr. Smart, Presidentg Mr. Choate, Vice-Presidemg Mrs. Wilson. Second row: Mr. Tompkins, Dis- trict Clerkg Mr. Coordsg Mr. Anibal, Supervisingvl Principal: Mrs. Davisg Mr. ilkeyg Mr. Krist. Absent: Mrs. Shattuck. Page 5 , -.'2-bgilgqiteiii. 3 si-. 5-.' I , ,FJ . , 1-,, ,, A v is 9 A - BOARD OF EDUCATIO Www MWWW M 2 W ,ff M E Qlwffii Zffyfyb M MMM , W MW' WW , ,.- .95 U WM MU ui,v?!:i'5'?p?'iLiFi,I,kLi16' 4q?iEg ' ' M V' MISS EDNA M. BAIR Mmir Westchester Teachers College, B. S., P. S. M. University of Michigan M. M.. P. S. M. MRS. MIRIAM R. DE ARMOTT Home Emnomirr Indiana State Teachers M.A. MISS ALICE KERR Englirb and Malbematic Columbia, B. S., A. M. MISS CATHERINE PHELAN Sofia! Srienre New York Univ., B. S. I MISS HELEN M. MRS. EMMA BROCKLEBANK BLANCHARD Englirb Wellesley College, B. A. Mount Holyoke College MISS IRENE DUNN Secretary MISS ANNE C. MCMANUS Mallaenzuliu and Sfienre Georgian Court, A. B. HAYDEN L. SCHOF IE LD Mathenzalici Columbia Univ., M. A. Cornell University, B. S. Commercial Rider College, B. C. S. in Com'l Scienceg New York B. S. in Ed.g MRS. CHARLOTTE P. HARRIS Latin and German Univ. of Chicago, A. B. Columbia, A. M. MRS. RAYONE MOOK Librarian Skidmore College, B. S. in Library Science, Up- sala College, New York University SAMUEL A. SEADER Srience Hobart College, B. S. Columbia Univ., M. A. .tb 3 . 'irf ww w MISS MILDRED ANTHONY M. CIARDI CALLAWAY Playriml Eduraiion Fine Arif Montclair State Teachers Miss. State Col., A. B. Columbia, A. M. MISS DOROTHY HINCINBOTHEM Pbyiiral Edumlion Trenton State Teachers Collegeg City State .. MISS LILLIAN NAST Engliib Montclair State Teachers College, B. A. Columbia, M. A. MISS MARION VINCENT French and Spaniib Barnard College, B. A. Columbia, M. A. College, B. A. MISS HELEN HOCKEF Regiilered Nurie EDWARD A. O'I'I'O Hirtory Rutgers, B. S. New York Univ., M. A. FRANK WIKANDER Indunrial Artr Newark Normal School Rutgers Univ., B. S. Ed. . J Ir? ...- ,. . O 5 J,j" Af, a , 'n 1, qw I a P-X ir- : . W f igysxwx ,QM qv l 'N .1 , Q I v E f i..L s.. v Q I . H-1. A Y' Y 5311- ,JL - W.- 3? J , fy, J ii. QRS. if Qf5" Q We We ,YX wi' K if Q A fu Q1 if is 'V Q Q ' ,, 1 ., , gy-, yi Lxxyg X..lV HX A- V, -, k Q :. 1,-ig X l 3.1 '-f' w f , X9 fb jf . L If 6,153 x 'Nw Q-J , !V ,J . 6' + l 1 - cfm, 'S Sedo' 635+ QC- L.uc.f4 f1QX+ SMA xi' XX wxbfcofv- . dx hp -A-ka Fnrsi- L03 3. web wg MO'-'M'Cl-fn, lfCLLCGS WR wwf YC-I - " Havzlc fz,,,Lb-MMM Qewqoaqlacz AMO QCQZQQWKM 34-Q ww 442-g,Z4,N ?7Q07e"Z52:4,s 4- 42 , Mf,4,mj4Q fagq-'A 74-q,L, gt U xqqffmw 'fnqzgcg Q J 2 0 Page 10 THOMAS PAPST "Tom"' . . . 2nd term Preridenl . . . winning way . . . long leg: . . . dazzling :mile . . . .rmootb dancer . . . finder rlar. Class President 2, 4j Dance Committee 2, 3, 4Q Track Fund Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor of Yearbook, Score- board Committee 22 S.G.A. 2, 4Q Hi-Y 2, 3, 4Q Secretary of Hi-Y 3g President of Hi-Y 4Q Varsity Club 3, 43 Service Club 3, 4, Captain of Cross Country 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. SE IOR PATRICIA PILLSBURY "Pillzly" .'. . peppy perronaligr . . . speck ed frerkler . . . Peek an Peck clollaer . . . Lenalr muster . . . Gre- gory .fitter . . . Stan'.r 0.A.0. Secretary of Class 4, Chairman Sopho- more Hop Decoration Committeeg Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4Q Christmas Card Committeeg Co-Chairman Senior Ball Decoration Committee, Choir r, 2, 3, 4Q Mountaineer 4, Yearbook, Art Club 4, Service Club 43' Dramatic Club, 32 French Club 4g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANK DREISBACH "Puj'y" . . . well mannered . . . kinky curl: . . . Sally . . . CroJ.f County Co-Captain . . . .rparkling con1fer.rationali.rt . . . our future nzinixter. Vice-President of Class 41 Varsity Club 5, 4Q Track 2, 5, 43 Cross Country 2, 3. CLASS OFFICERS BRUCE FORD "Fora'ie" . . . pleaxing perfonality . . . carefree manner . . . ardent duck hunter . . . T. D. jarket . . . aggres- .rive football guard . . . "Ford,J out front. Vice President of Class IL Treasurer of Class 4Q Choir IQ Band IQ Varsity Club ' 3, 43 Service Club 52 Hi-Y 2, 3Q Foot- ball 1, 2, 43 Cross Country 3Q Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 11 Page 11 JUDITH BENNETT "judy" . . . frerkler galore . . . lovely lo look at . . . ronfeienliouf and dependable . . . rule cooker . . . inrerfafll knitler . . . yearbook rbief. Yearbook Editor3 Class Party Food Chairman IQ Stationery Chairman SQ Dance Committees 2, 3, 43 Co-Chairman Senior Ball Decoration Committee3 Sub- Cheer Leader 2, 32 Cheer Leader 43 Ser- vice Club 3, 42 Art Club IQ Choir 2, 3, PAUL BINNER "Mull" . . . dependable and diligem . . . corzprmed bachelor . . . lermir ebamp . . . quiet and refereed . . . Pri-Y leader. Class President IQ Class Vice-President 3Q Student Court judge 33 Ring Com- mittee Chairman 32 Dance Committees 2, 3, 41 Publicity Chairman of Year- book 4Q Football Concession 33 S. G. A. M ountai Hz' s 'wi inn .- 4 4Q Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Captain of Tennis 3, 4- Hockey Team 3. Page 12 JOAN BIRDSALL "Ioan" . . , amiable manner . . fophirlirated . . . Jmoolb dancer . . graeiour . , . fanltlerr pgure . . . fea- Jbore 1!d!'dll0llJ'. Dance Committees 3, 42 Art Club 3 Choir 43 Girls' Sports 2, 3. 1,' 2, 41 Chair Squad IQ Psi-Y 3, 41 TODD BLADES "Todd" . . . :port clothes . . . rrew rut . . . :amera been . . . .rtrioifzg .rcierztifl . . . praeticing prafzkrter . . . "Annapoli.r, here I come." Dance Committees 22 Scoreboard Com- mittee 22 Mountaineer 32 Choir 3. Lakes chool fi? . 1 gs. STANLEY BONNESEN Stan" . . . tall, dark, and hand- .rome . . . '31 Cheney . . . hurhy eye- hrowr . . . rarrarrn . . . power pitcher .. .Pat'J O. A. 0. Class Secretary 23 S.G.A. IQ Dance Com- mittees 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Baseball I, 2, 3, H RICHARD BROWN "Dirk" . . . terrifie tenor . . . con- reientioar worker . . . love of dane- -ing . . . irztlependerzt air . . . mellow .fax . . . .rtar hafkethall forward. Student Court 41 S.G.A. 31 Stationery Committee 33 Dance Committees 3, 43 Chairman Games Committee IQ Year- book 43 Choir I, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Vice- President of Hi-Y 43 Track 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 4. R rx N .X R il ALDEN BUTTON "Ole" . . . unpretentiour . . . calm, rollerted look . . . latent energy . . Jhy at heart . . . good looking . . follow! the horrer. Baseball 2, 3, 4. GAII. CALLEN "Gail" . . . imperrahle appearance . . . bright, blue eye! . . . lengthy fingernails . . . peppy . . . jolting jallopy . . . the hozzfe on the hill. Dance Committees 3, 43 Yearbook3 Ser- vice Club 3, 43 Dramatic Club 33 Sub- Cheer Leader 33 Cheer Leader 43 Choir 3, 43 Girls' Sports 3, 4. Page 13 JOHN CARROLL "johnny" . . . priceleu humor gum addift . . . ronftanlly chatter- ing . . . dark :urls . . . congenial chap . . . rendezvous at 85. Dance Committees 2, 33 Mountaineer 1, 4Q Varsity Club 3, 4Q Cross' Country 2, 3, Co-Captain 41 Track 2, 3. Page 14 M ountaz If K- X GILBERT CHANKALIAN -Q. bug . . . aquatn' are. Basketball 3, 4. PETER CHRISTENSEN "Pete" . . . well drened . . . bafhful manner . . . unprelentiouf . . . cute :mile . . . larkadaisical . . . baseball, hafhethall fiend. Yearbookg Varsity Club 3, 42 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 41 Co-Captain Basketball 4. "Gil" . . . willy . . . gum chewer . . . champ of a chap . . . inter- rninahlejalher . . . jumping jitter- Dance Committees 3, Psi-Y 3, Vice President of Psi-Y 42 Cross Country 3, -.r?"'l' 1-""' C1 9 av ,, 'l NOEL COBB "Noel" . . . lengthy .rlride . model A Ford . . . bellowing base . . . khaki clothes . . . tix day stubble . . . handsome 'n' husky. Dance Committees 2, 33 Stagecraft Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 42 Choir 3, Cross Country 2, 35 Track x, 2, 3, 4. ,. 4.1. -, A alees :bool . 1115?- v 'f 3? - ' - ATTILIO COE 9 l"Til" . . . one of the four mufhe- W lj teerr . . . buoyant laughter . . . avid Q 1 t hunter . . . plaid .rhirtf . . . potential 2 K , kg Q forerter . . . "blue ftreahf' Q ' ,gfiraity glubb 313 Presidenlg oi Xarsity u 4, asea 2, 3,4, oot a 2, 3-, 4, Co-Captain of Football 4. JACKSON CROSBY "lark" . . . rongenial . . . tennir :tar . . . judiciour judgment . . . '47 Dodge . . . nonchalant . . . Einrtein of M.L.H.S. Class Treasurer 2, Chair Squad 2, 52 Tennis 3, 4.' JACK CURTIS "Tru" . . . Timber topper . . . hearty laugh . . . cinderr 'n' .rpiher . . . Mountaineer 3, Sports Editor of Moun- taineer 42 Dance Committees 3, 4Q Stage- craft Club 1, 2, 3, 4Q Varsity Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer of Varsity Club 43 Choir 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4Q Captain of Spring track 41 Cross Country 2, 3, 4g Coach of Cross Country 4. JOHN DAVIDOFF "johnny" . . . track rtar . . . inno- cent looh . . . wiggly wave . . . ex-Madironite . . . ready wit . . . a friend in need. Dance Committees 4, Yearbookg Varsity Club 4, Track 3, 4. Page 15 CHARLES DEPEW "Charlie" . . . ezfer ready joker .rufift suinfmer . . . quirk to laugh . . . loud Jorhx . . . whiz on motor- bike . . . Geo'J rherifhed churn. Dance Committees 3, 43 Service Club 43 Cross Country 3. Page 16 M ounta GEORGE FINNEGAN "Br11ddy" . . . booming bare . . . unlimited vocabulary . . . G. I . Jhirtr . . . thofe Englifh rompofilionr . . . absent minded profenor . . . P. A. D.'.r performer. Lunch Time Activity Committee 43 Year- book3 Mountaineer 43 S.G.A. 43 Choir 33 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Football 3, 43 Tennis 3, 43 Varsity Club 4. SUAQC. HELEN GABRIELSON "Gabby" . . . blufhing blond . . . arliffir originality . . . contagious' giggle . . . out of town date! . . . all 'round good friend. Dance Committees 2, 3, 43 Concession 3Q Yearbook3 Mountaineer 42 Choir I, 2, 3, 42 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Sports 3, 4. PHILIP GRAF "Phil" . . . "Taborite"' . . . din' jorhey . . . that pompadour . . . averxion to homework . . . always hungry . . . arromplirhed pianiit. Dance Committees 23 Choir x, 3, 4g Chair Squad 1, 2, 32 Score Board 22 Band 43 Orchestra 4. alees :bool ilsq " z '-fC'N1,"Q. . .,. fx f s x" ff fr' , ,' g..f wi' A ' 'Q fi fc ,. Int., 'miwzgs DAVID HAINES "Dave" . . . rugged rbonlderr . . . rarual . . . winning :mile . . . devil- irb manner . . . tba! glean: in bif eye . . . red rnolorryrle. Dance Committees 2, 3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 French Club 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. EARLE HARRINGTON "Srbnzirl"' . . . :low and eafygoing . . . game inventor . . . tba! blurb . . . bobbing run . . . exprerfive eye! . . . bareball fend. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN HERBIG "Su.vie" . . . jovial . . . petite 'n' peppy . . . honor Jtudent . . . end- lefr vilality . . . albletir ability . . . Mountaineer Editor. Mountaineer 3, Editor 4g National Hon- or Society 3, President 43 Dance Com- mittees 3, 41 Concession 33 Yearbook 42 Student Court 4Q S.G.A. 42 Service Club 41 French Club 3, 4Q President of French Club 33 Choir 3, 43 Girls' Sports 3, 4Q Vice President of G.A.A. 4. ERNEST HIGGINS "Cbappy" . . . walking encyclopedia . . . wavy bair . . . rportr writer . . . perferlionir! . . . 2nd Benny Good- lfldfl . . . 1ld1l?dlff0l'ld71. Dance Committees 2, 3, 41 Chairman of Football Concession 33 Photo Editor of Yearbook 43 Mountaineer 2, 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Varsity Club 43 Service Club 3, 43 Psi-Y 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 5. 4: Choir 1, 2. 5. 42 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4Q Track 2, 3, 4. Page 17 HARRY JOHANSEN "Handf0me Harry" . . . barbfzfl blurb . . . Brooklyn ancerlry Fred Affair 2nd , . , amiable dir- pofition . . . fealbery foiffure barketball fan. Dance Committees 3, 4, Mountaineer 3, Football 3, Basbetball 3, 4. Page 18 1 I MARGERY KINGSLAND - "Midge" . . . denmre . . . friend of M aunt: H2 . . . all . . . rofl wife . . . borpilable . . . rlotber colleftion. boflefr . . . unpretenfiozu . . . Dance Committees I. 2, 3, 4g Co-Chain man Concession 3g Yearbookg Band 2, 31 Service Club 3, 4, French Club 3Q Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY KLEIN "Bonnie" . . . fubfle bunior . . . bockey full bark . . . lore of travel . A fapella alto . . . future aviatrix. Class Treasurer 31 Yearbook Business Manager, Dance Committees 2, 3, 4Q Stationery Committee 3Q Mountaineer 1, 2, 3, Feature Editor 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 41 Spanish Club 45 S.G.A. 2, 31 Service Club 2, 3, 41 Girl's Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Oratorical Contest 2. ,.. I ' f.. P' ,---L RONALD KNOLLHUFF "Frilz" . . . famal manner . . . famous gridrler . . . Marilyn . . . verbal Jpeedrler . . . lbat Hollywood look . . . '36 V-8. Football 2, 3, 42 Baseball 1, 2. ,alees klzool Ui: ,,.. L ug at W may ev PAULINE LYNCH "Polly" . , . gerzzziize friend . . . expreffive eye! . . . gullible . . . quick repartee . . , itmopbiftifated . . . noted for memory. Christmas Card Committee 4Q Dance Committees 2, 33 Concession 33 Year- bookg Choir 3, 43 Girls' Sports 2, 3. L A? . P RUTH LYNCH "Ruth" . . . blond braid: . . . Jpeedy typirt . . . plearant . . . .fi.fter'.r clothe! . . . Tabor Traveler . . . Ocean Grove Jummert. Stationery Committee 33 Yearbookg Ser- vice Club 43 Choir 43 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3. J JEAN MORRISON "feanie" . . . perpetual .rmile . . . long, brown bair . . . vim, vigor, and vitality . . . G. A. A. prefident . . . Mit! M.L.H.S. Vice President of Class 23 Stationery Committee 33 S.G.A. r, 43 Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 President of G.A.A. 43 Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4- JOAN OGDEN "Red putt-putt Ogie" . . . electric livewire . . . flaming red bair . . . friendly flirt . . . P. A. D.'.r per- petiial problem . . . jivy jitterbug . . . ardent arguer. Dance Committees 2, 3, 43 Dinner Com- mittee 33 Christmas Card Committee 43 Mountaineer 3, 43 Librarians' Club 4Q Dramatic Club 3, 43 Treasurer of Dramatic Club 4Q Choir 2, 3, 43 Sub- Cheerleader 23 Cheerleader, 3, 4Q Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4. Page 19 i V RODERICK O'NEIL "Rory" . . . 6' diguily . . . brollver . . . Jlzblle humor . illlperllrrlmble , . . ferrific tackle . . . refer1'ed bachelor. Dramatic Club QQ Varsity Club 3, 42 Football i. 2, 3, 41 Baseball 2, z, 4 Club 4. I . Pizge 20 GEORGE PARRY "Geo" . , . lllfflilfldllifdl waiter' . . blue Dodge . . . deriliflv mztllre . . . good dancer . . . fllll al all fiwef, Dance Committee 2. 3. 4: Scoreboard Committee 21 Psi-Y 4Q Service Club 42 Cross Country 3. JOAN PARKS big "PorkJy" . . . lorely blond fI'FIJ'6.l' . . . llzffy wife . . . h0l'J'6'bdCk rider . . . attractive clothes . . . flirtafiozu . . . Jophiflimted mamzer. Christmas Card Committee 4Q Yearbook: Mountaineer 4Q Choir 5, 4Q French ffl' 1 0 f' A i Q ev' gh .f W Mounta, H1 'WS 1 .' f' rf! , Lt 1, ., 5 7 4 j 4 A ,, , ,e l 'Eg' .. l'NS','5,4'f Q96 .'.:,o .M ', i? 1f,. 1 . .llxli?3l' 6-732' DIANE PEASBACK "Di" . . . tall and arfractive . . . izzqnifiiire . . . ll"'eJ1 Point weak- ueff . . . Card yhark . . . rollicking roller fkaler. Mountaineer 41 Librarians' Club 42 Ser- vice Club 4Q Girls' Sports I, 2, 4. takes 'gill ft. L V, mx 'If' , exif 1' 1, JOAN POWELL SALLY RANDALL . ' nf. P." - . . fd!! dfld 14'1ll014'J' - - "Randy" . . , mte rozmlenaure . . . 1 ifzlelligefzl . . . placid manner . . hand geftifulalar . . , H202 , , , A tapering hafzdr . . . Parkryk pal . . . Jpeedy fypirt . . . long rweaterf . . . 4 bfighl of fophiffiraliwl. good bafkezball guard . . . '32 pm:- Christmas Card Committee 4Q Yearbookg pmt. , ' ' X Mmlmaineer 'li Choir 45 Spanish Club Dance Committees 21 S.G.A. 21 Moun- X , ' PfeS1denf41 Girls Sports 4' taineer 2, 3: Typing Editor of Moun- I A wfzal r taineer 4Q Typing Editor of Yearbookg y , Choir 2, 3,.41 Librarians' Club 5, 42 X ' Girls' Sports I, 2, 3, 4. JOAN ROBINSQN CLAIRE ROCKEFELLER "Ioan" . . . plearing dirporition . . . HCl4i"eU - - ' mf? blond - - - blue ,rpm-kljfgg eye! , I l 1,-,,,,q,,j1 , I 4 my eyer . . . demure . . . arromplirhea' manner , , , "N,,mbe,f p1e,,fe.9" 1 I . :eamrlrerr . . . curly lorkr . . . Dra- future Florenre Niglalingale. 'WW Club P"efide'7f- Christmas Card Committee 4Q Yearbook: Yeafbfjoki Dramatic Club Iv 53 Presi- Moumaineef 45 Art Club 4. dent of Dramatic Club 4Q 'Librarians' Club 4Q Choir 1, 2, 3, 4Q Girls' Sports page 21 I, 2, 5, 4- Mountaz U U JACK ROGERS ELISE RYAN Idfk -U - - h4PPJ"g0'lffff6J' - - - "Lee" . . . earner! worker . . . reli- llndffumlng - - - M' f0'7fff0W - - - able . . . noted for bowr . . . lively clarrroom dreamer . . . that blurb . , , foloyatufd ' I .yen fo, aff. - - .fdfifd61filiJ'b?7?IJ'- Dance Committees 2, 5, 4Q Christmas Dance Committee 5, Stage Craft Club 1, Card Committee Chairman 49 Yearbook' 2, 5, 43 Cross Country 53 Spring Track Librarians' Club 41 Dramatic Club 2, 5, 5, 4, Track Manager 2. Choir 2, 5, 43 Girls' Sports 5. VIRGINIA SCOTI' JOB SHAW "Ginger" . . . metirulour manner- "Minky" . . . .rhortwaoe radio fend irmr . . . well groomed . . . baton . . . barhful boy . . . conftant debalor lwirler '. . . ruperb .feamrtrerr . . . . . . bowling enthusiart . . . blinding friendly grin . . . out-of-town men. bangr . . . Lake Arrowhead com- Dance Committees 1, 2, 5, 43 Band 2, 53 muter. DfHQUHfiC Club IIS Libfafiaflf Club 41 Scoreboard Committee 21 Chair Squad 1. Choir 2, 5, 45 Girls' Sports. Page 22 Shoal cllees 2 4Q',N ,.-7-11. ll 1 X JOHN SHAW "Iolmnie" . . .amiable fellow . . . flirtaciour eyex . . . hard working . . . railroad erzllaufiaft . . . oh, that innocenl look! Service Club 35 Chair Squad 3. JANICE SHUTE "fan" . . . bewilching eyef . . . alwayr dated up . . . clolher galore . . . I. D. braceletr . . . blond bang: . . . h--- ou wlaeelr. Dance Committees 2, 3, 42 Concession 3, Associate Editor of Yearbook, Choir 3, 4Q Service Club 4, Girls' Sports 2, 3. 4Q Sub-Cheerleader 3, 4. ISABEL SINGER "Izzy" . . . radiant perfonality . . . beauty and brain! . . . that laugh . . . .rlalwart allo . . . rmiling eyex . . . uerfatile. Class secretary 35 S.G.A. Secretary 31 S.G.A. Vice President 4g Service Club 23 Service Club Vice-President 35 Ser- vice Club President 4g Dance Commit- tees I, 2, 3, 45 Stationery Committee QQ Yearbookg Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader I, 2, 3Q Captain of Cheerleaders 4Q Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH SMART "BetJey" . . . .rlriking brunelte . . . conrrientiour Jtudenz . . . intricate hiftory projerlf . . . avid purifier . . . .rummerr in Maine . . . Mouri- laiiieer Newf Editor. Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 43 Conces- sion 32 Stationery Committee 35 Year- Bookg Mountaineer 3, Mountaineer News Editor 43 S.G.A. IQ Oratorical page 23 Contest 23 Choir 3, 4, French Club 3, Photographers Club 45 Girls' Sports I, 2, 3, 4- NANCY STONE "Nam" . . . perl perroualily . . . Jdllfj' air . , . mirrbieriorlf eye: . . . exte11.riz'e uardrobe . . . knark for knitting . . . bury bee. ' Dance Committees 1, 2. 5, 41 Stationery Committee 31 Christmas Card Commit- tee 4Q Service Club 43 Librarians' Club 33 Vice-President of Librarians' Club 41 Dramatic Club 21 Art Club 22 Choir 1, 2, 42 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 5, 4. DONALD SWEIGART "Don" . . . intelligent . . . .foda jerk . . . original humor . . . alto fax . . . good natured . . . Denville .rup- porter. - Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4Q S.G.A. 32 Choir 3, 41 Service Club 31 Chair Squad 3Q Winter Track 2. Mounta H1 'S Page 24 ,j F 9. 1 BURTON TALMAGE "Burt" . . . .rparkling :mile . . . jovial . . . fctitiouf female . . . ever ready comb . . . "one o dem bumf' . . . . 'Tourbdown Ta mage." Varsity Club 3, 4Q Hi-Y 2, 3Q Spring Track 1, 21 Football 2, 3, 4Q Co-Captain of Football 42 Baseball 5, 43 Basketball 3v 4- WILLIAM THOMPSON "josh" . . . easy goin fellow . . . irzfertiom' grin . . . per ected pompa- dor . . . wallowing walk . . . :ber- ifbed cbeckered Jbirt. fakes tbool W I 9 ff ' f D ' L Rs' x ' X fl 9 1 r P liebe? I -La SHERIDAN WOODWARD PETER WAGNER "Pete" . . . likeable lad . . . tboie fboulderf . . . Jweaterf and plaid .fbirtr . . . pun: pluf . . . all around atblete. Service Club 45 Football 4g Basketball 4Q Baseball 4. Cjbr C "Woodie" . . . peppy perxon . . . curly ban' . . . azferfion to women . . . flafby sweater: . . . big rar . . . Spanifb .rie.rtaJ. GORDON WILLARD "Gordy" . . . oerratile leader . . . red Old! . . . cbir sweater: . . . mad about Maine . . . 3 letter man . . . IVIV. M.L.H.S, Treasurer of Class IQ President of Class 35 Treasurer of S.G.A. 3g President of S.G.A. 4Q Student Court 2, 41 Hi-Y 3, 42 Stage 3, 43 Band IQ Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Co-Captain Basketball 4Q Track 2, 3, 45 Football 45 Tennis 4. 'I' N EP. Gi Dffaf y Page 25 sim -f-73' Xfi ""' J' . Sv fg : - f" .. f b 5 ff I SYM., bb b 1 ' 'I ' I I f A V i- Ei ,pig a f K y d Q, ff Mm 5 'x R71 t'i: '- Y In 5 - T, v slr j K W V !' 1 . W J' ,F . , b b - , W - .b bgifgn b ,A ' d 'A' v S b 1 "H---"A-, bb . . V y Z ' -. -'f' 1, lb Min Callaway Todd Gil C barlie vfa, AA . 'S f Z- Dave Page 26 lgdy Ioan 'T fl N if . "' 1 x I 5,,,,, Dirk Ole Gail Ivbfwy M ' 'Q a'-:spy ' 72 rg, rl . xg 4 Pele Til Iarkmn lack I0l1m1y Pub, Brud Fordie Gabby Pbil U 'X 1 la:-v'hh."f . ' ,, W g, i J , ' Herbie GMP H4177 Midge Bev f 1 .5 S Q , . ? ff - :'- 31 ' 1 v S , 1 .3353 3 t iywligs . 5? , ' Q Ronnie Pauline Ruth 5 wi? ' X P i 'Li' RQ Q If we ,. ff Tommy Parhy G00 ' gz. Rand y loanie Claire Mickey Don Pete Iobn lan Burl Bill P 5 uh Gordon Woody Ieanie - -mg I lg, fm 7?-:swf :vm .K - is V ' Diane Z !:: if "-N lark Izzy If 4 N M.. -m 'l in ,rg .e P e .., Li Red Rory , f P on 5 .e on aooo Y! P .5 Pa! Ioan I 6 I 3 Eli.re Ginger v Betfey N anry Page 27 ' "W " 'W r NNNxx Gilman will 1. judy Bennett wills Ronnie Vfelsh her worn out dungarees. 2. Paul Binner leaves his 6' 4" to the next stratosphere explorer. 5. joan Birdsall wills Lois Marangelo her figure. 4. Todd Blades takes the next ship out. 5. Stan Bonnesen wills Freddie Kollmorgan his bushy eyebrows. 6. Dick Brown leaves George Randel his tenor voice. 7. Ole Button leaves to place his bet at the race track. 8. Gail Callen leaves her house on the hill to any mountain climber. 9. johnny Caroll takes his endless supply of gum with him. ro. Gil Chankalian leaves Mr. Otto his P.A.D. snacks. 11. Pete Christensen bequeaths his curls to Bill Barlow. 12. Noel Cobb leaves in search of a razor. 15. Til Coe wills Carol Gibb his contagious laugh. 14. jack Crosby leaves for Pauls in that '47 Dodge. 15. jack Curtis leaves the high hurdles to the school. 16. john Davidoff wills Bill l-lerbig his wave. 17. Charlie Depew leaves his big feet to whoever can equal them. 18. Frank Dreisbach leaves "Atch" his drooling finishes. 19. Bruddy Finnegan wills Don Treirnann his walk. 20. Bruce Ford refuses to leave his crew cut. 21. Helen Gabrielson leaves janie Kingsland her artistic ability. 22. Phil Graf wills Priscilla Willard his piano keyboard. 25. Davy l-laines leaves high school behind him. 24. Earle Harrington leaves Bbbets Field to Brooklyn. 25. Sue l-lerbig bestows her athletic ability upon Ann Noll. 26. Chappy Higgins leaves his clarinet to Benny Goodman. 27. Harry johansen wills Dick Matthews his basketball set shots. 28. Margery Kingsland leaves Kay Rorke her widow's peak. 29. Beverly Klein wills her eyelashes to Hollywood. 50. Ronnie Knollhuff takes off for Clifton. 51. Pauline Lynch leaves her rabbit to "Corky", 52. Ruth Lynch wills Suzette Capen her braids. 55. jeannie Morrison leaves Rosie Drake her innocent look. 54. joan Ogden leaves school to peace and quietfat last. 55. Rory O'Neill wills Eddie Miller his P.A.D. "A's". 56. Tommy Papst leaves the track team in a saddened condition. 57. joan Parks wills Sandy Boyce her blond tresses. 58. Geo. Parry leaves Mr. Schofield his motorbike. 59. Diane Peasback leaves Sylvia Emilsen her stateliness. 4o. Pat Pillsbury leaves all in eager anticipation of her next New Year's Eve Party 41. joan Powell wills Dolores jenkins her long fingernails. 42. Sally Randall leaves Ann Vermilion her hand gestures. 45. joan Robinson bequeaths Nancy Kingsland her good nature. 44. Claire Rockefeller wills Martha Ferraiuolo her sewing machine. 45. jack Rogers takes his carefree attitude with him. 46. Elise Ryan leaves her hair bows to Woolworths. 47. Ginger Scott leaves Priscilla Fletcher her daily rush to the mailbox. 48. Mickey Shaw wills Prank Depew his love of radio. 49. john Shaw leaves O'Dowd's minus a soda icrk. 50. janice Shute wills janice Rose her clothes. 51. l22y Singer leaves Pete Salmon her rapid speech. 52. Betsey Smart leaves Sally Beauchamp her complexion. 55. Nancy Stone wills Betty Ritz her sweaters. 54. Don Sweigart leaves Ed Shauger his long walk home. 55. Burt Talmage has made his half-back position-hard to fill. A 56. Bill Thompson leaves "Muscles" Thompson his red hair. 57. Pete Wagner sends Governor Dumner his jacket. 58. Gordon Willard leaves on the first train for Maine. 59. Sherry Woodward wills joe Byrnes his Spanish siestas. P 'Tl' .2 ff-- -f-e rv. , -aa-'11 --113:55 J:-as-, -..vi . .:..f:,e-.- - dge 28 N N CALE D R Sept. 3: The school bell rings again with the Class of '48 staunchly defending the Senior door. Male pedestrians watch yearningly as the girls go driving by. Bubble gum, new vogue! Sept. 20: The famed Boonton vs. Mt. Lakes football game Q7-Oj. Senior Record Dance brightened day. Oct. 4: The Cheerleaders' Sadie Hawkins Dance gave the girls their first chance "to get that man." Near catastrophe when tempermental vic didn't work. Where were our electrician and Judy? Oct. 6: "I See Your Face Before Me"-Mr. Goldsboro's here again. Does that radio still work jan? "Are you one of the 42, ?" Oct. 8: "Look at the birdie and say 'cheese' for Lakes' photographer." Boys appear in ties and jackets, wow! Oct. 17: Postman rings twice-with report cards. Many headed for the doghouse. Oct. 21: Momzlaineer "Truth or Consequences" program. Aren't those track uniforms attractive Connie? Nov. 4: That new look-hem line down: pant cuffs rolled up. Girls take up wearing ties. Nov. 26: junior Prom heralded first formal. Club '49 pop- ular spot for the evening. Bruce Ford no longer a hermit! Dec. 5: As potential criminals squirmed in their seats, F. B. I. agent proved "crime does not pay." Dec. 13: American Legion entertained M. L. H. S. johnny Lujacks. Pat has trouble juggling trays. Dec. 21: Combined choirs gave impressive Christmas Con- cert. Afterward the Marangelo neighborhood gave up in despair as Lois's open house got under way. Dec. 24: The stupendous Senior Ball ushered in the Christ- mas holidays. A wonderful Christmas was followed two days later by town "black-out." jan. 8: Back to school--after three extra days of vacation -bounding over snowdrifts and fallen wires. jan. 9: The Laker assembly originated the new slogan- "Don't be a shnook, buy the '48 yearbook." Latest fad-knitting. Feb. 21: The Sophomore "Disc jockey Dance" was a new and original idea-Rocky proved the able jockey of the evening. Feb. 23: Whoopee, another week vacation! Make the most of itg there isn't another one until April! April 3: Oh moan, those college board exams are here again! Why are all the girls in gym uniforms? Could Miss Hicinbothem's demonstration be the cause of it? April 16: The Sophomores really outdid themselves with their sensational Hop. We want more! May 14: Many prayers offered for the production of the Senior Play, It Happened One Night. What a success! May 28: Again the choirs held the audience in awe with their formal Spring Concert. "Dry Bones" are still rattling around. june 14: All began burning the midnight oil as the long- dreaded exams descended. Seniors suffer from writer's cramps. june 20: Mr. Pancake inspired the Seniors at Baccalaureate Service. Breakfast sensational! june 21: Those seventh graders seem to get smaller every year! The Seniors get a chance to practice marching to "Pomp and Circumstance" at moving-up exercises. Ogie used up boxes of Kleenex. june 22: Flowers, handshaking, and tears-then freedom! Graduation open house a roaring success. Gala Senior Week follows. Page 29 BEST GRO0ME?LnoHhuff Shute BEST ATHLETE CLASS ARTIST Morrison Talmage Gabrielson Christern CLASS WU Wasnef Ogden DONE MOST FOR M. L. H. S. MISS M. L. H. S. Singer Willafd Mgffison M051 POPULAR wmua Siggtif CUTEST MOST MUSICAL Randall Christensen Ryan 4 CLASS DEVKL COC Ogden Page 31 HO CLASS FLIRT gden Johanse l l MR. M. I.. H. S. Willard MOST TALKATIVE rw W A BEST LOOKING Morrison Papst MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Herbig Willard O BEST D .Eden ANCER ' MOST Johansen l BEST PERSONALITY gden Chankalian Singer Binner . L .rri ' M0 A' ' Bennett ST ORIGINAL E Finnegan Chankalian Ogden PEPIEST Ch Page 3 1 ankalian N ame Judy Bennett Paul Binner Joan Birdsall Todd Blades Stanley Bonnesen Dick Brown Alden Button Gail Callen john Carroll Gil Chankalian Pete Christensen Noel Cobb Til Coe jack Crosby jack Curtis john Davidoff Charlie Depew Frank Dreisbach George Finnegan Bruce Ford Helen Gabrielson Phil Graf David Haines Earle Harrington Sue Herbig Chappy Higgins Harry Johansen Margery Kingsland Beverly Klein Ronnie Knollhuff Pauline Lynch Ruth Lynch jean Morrison joan Ogden Rory O'Neill Tom Papst joan Parks George Parry Diane Peasback Pat Pillsbury Joan Powell Sally Randall joan Robinson Claire Rockefeller jack Rogers Elise Ryan Ginger Scott Mickey Shaw john Shaw Janice Shute Isabel Singer Betsey Smart Nancy Stone Don Sweigart Burton Talmage Bill Thompson Pete Wagner Gordon Willard Sherry Woodward Miss Callaway Page 32 Pet EXf?'6.i'J'i0l1 "My how exotic" No-ooo" "just keep laughing!" "Well my gosh" Unprintable "jamoke" "Who me?" Hol-ee" Holy mackerel" "ls that a fact?" "You know what I mean" "Mu-aah" "Oh-yeah ?" "Hey Gorko' "Ah heck" "Oh sorry" "Yeah !" "What ?" "Rowdy-dow" "Huh ?" uGeenv Come-on" Holy-cow" "It ain't" "No kidding" "Hey Schmo !" Listen here buddy" More famn dun" I nearly croaked" Aw nuts" Oh for pity sakes" "It's my sister's" "Heck no" "How are you?" "Oh, yeah!" Hmm, could be" "Aw shoot" My gosh" "What ?" Don't be so facetious" Oh heavens" "Hi a" an it '- an -- -- "Go iiumpn "I don't know" Shape up" "Isn't that sweet" "Holy Christmas" "Prove it" "Cripes" "For crying out loud" How grotesque" "That's unique" "For Pete's sake" "Oh well" "Geez" "Ah heck" "Terrific" "Hey Chief" "I can't tell ya" "Don't be so assinine" u N ated For Subtle remarks Grin Figure Love of photography Eyes Tenor voice Day dreaming Eyelashes His chewing gum Incessant talking Curly hair "Round the clock" shadow JQIQPY Wise cracks Track Maroon sweater Loud socks Friendliness Vocabulary Crew cut Art work Piano playing Drawl Original comic strips Petiteness Endless knowledge Congenialness Mantoloking Wfitty remarks Clothes Integrity Braids Long tresses Witty P.A.D. reports Stride That look Nonchalance Kelly-green shirt Looks V ivaciousness Long, laquered fingernails Pug nose Accent Plaid clothes Aversion to homework Dignity Fraternity pins Love of radios Straight hair Clothes Fast talking Complexion Cute manner Eyes Pompadour H202 Corny jokes Executive ability That big car Interest in Senior Class SENIOR Weaknerr Potato chips and Pepsi Tennis Out of town boys Annapolis Pat Basketball Motorcycles Vaughn Monroe Midgets Food Wine, Women, and Song Short Hills Blondes Flirting "Winny" Madison Motorbikes Noontime walks junior girls Early morning hunting Karl Concertos ,Blondes Inventing Plaid slacks Henry Morgan Dancing Sewing Flying Marilyn Pinochle The shore New styles jitterbugging Notre Dame Women Dogs Cars West Point Stan Frankie Laine Prep schools Brown eyes Suits jalopies Art Massachusetts Radios Model railroads Dating Laughing Good marks Having fun Sax Baseball Rainbow Lakes Knitting Maine Sports Water color painting Allergic To Brothers Fairer sex Blue-eyed boy Army XVomen drive Long walk to Girls Speed Tall gals Urban life Walking Work Brunettes Trains Misplaced hu. Straight hair Quiet His handwriti Walking Officers of th. Cats Cowboy musii Silly girls Punctuality Straight hair B's Commuting Eating at the 1 Inefficiency New styles Life guards Chocolate Short hair Dull moment French Crew cuts Homework Study halls Listening Baby sitting Sloppy clothe: Wal 'ng Conceited pec Peanut butter Energy Confusion School The fairer sex Buses Old clothes Getting up ea C's Quietness Walking Cardinal fans P. A. D. That song Taking order: Austin autos Disorder ENCYCLOPEDIA 'Wally Seen lungarees lying 'h Gabby und ving "Agnes" ih "Carrots" ting mer locker iding out gum , blue sweater fing 'king at cars th "Ole" Paul's Condit Road th Don rising around lking with Sal King th the T.D. boys ighing gging a piano th the gang ,ding jokes .hing around th a camera he gym pchool iY Fton .ding th the Tabor kids the Meadowbrook bering he back yard Howell Road th Powell der a car :ing questions ving in "Lena" th "Parksy" 'jitterbugn th the twins the bus he office vrking iting letters th "Ole" O'Dowd's r car rt's right :lying th a crowd Fergusons' th Bruddy the 1 : 10 Butt Club th the boys kstage Denville t smock Wantr To Be Laboratory technician Executive On the stage Naval officer Mechanical engineer 6 ft. tall College man Buyer Florist Farmer Disc-jockey Automotive engineer Forest ranger Mechanical engineer Surgeon Engineer Lawyer Minister Author Big business man Married On the bill at Carnegie Hall Race car driver Commercial artist Interpreter Medical specialist Engineer Dietician journalist Doctor Nurse Nurse Model Actress Doctor Lawyer Secretary Mechanic Secretary Nurse Psychiatrist Statistician Nurse Teacher Engineer Interior decorator Nurse Sailor President of D. L. and W. Married Social Service Worker Medical technician Teacher A band leader With the Dodgers Contractor I-Iorticulturist Mechanical engineer Radio technician Dramatic costume designer Probably Will Be A success Wall Street executive A chorus girl Rowing boat in Central Park " Engineered 6 ft. under Playboy A wife Potted Plowed under Spun Grease Monkey Yo-yo champ Another Einstein A butcher A good one Bill collector Deacon Written about A janitor Singer There Cracked up Walt Disney II First woman President Professor Arthur Murray protege On a diet In the headlines Mortician A capable one Waitress Cover girl In burlesque Veterinarian Courted Boss's wife Second Henry Ford Model Mrs. S. Bonnesen Pediatrician Recorded A wonder Waiting for the 1 16 The office boy Plastered Doctor's wife Boxer Caboose tender A spinster Torch singer Model Back in school Playing at the Meadowbrook " Selling peanuts in bleachers " Concrete mixer Planted A good one Shocked Adrian II it u "My Gal sax" u iv "Smiles" "By the sea" "The Bells of Saint Mary" "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire at u tx it it it -1 Theme Song "Down In the Valley" With My Head in the Clouds" Show Business" Anchors Aweigh" Stanley Steamer" Open the Door Richard" The Dreamer" Show Me the Way to Go Home" One Dozen Roses" Make Mine Country Style" Won't You be My Honey ?" "Down By the Old Mill Stream" "Ain't Misbehavin' " Fun And Fancy Free" "Alice Blue Gown" "Oh, johnny" u Bicycle Built For Two" Sing, Sing, Sing" Surrey With the Fringe on Top Music Maker" "That Old Gang of Mine" "Why Does It Get So Late So Early" If You Knew Susie" It Can't Be Wrong" Dancing in the Dark" Somewhere Over the Rainbow" Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief" Nursey, Come Hold My Hand" You Ought to Be in Pictures" Rosie You Are My Posey" Slender, Tender, and Tall" You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby The Wearing of the Green" Night and Day" Day By Day" You, You're Driving Me Crazy" You Are My Sunshine" Pennsylvania 6-5000" School Days" Lazy Bones" Sweet and Lovely" Near You" Popeye the Sailor Man" l've Been Working on the Railroad" I Want to Get Married" A Little Bit Independent" Lovely to Look At" Nancy With the Laughing Face" Boy Meets Horn" Take Me Out to the Ball Game" just Plain Bill" My Heart is a Hobo" In My Merry Oldsmobile" The Woodpecker Song" Thanks For the Memory" Page 33 ! aw x Jw! -.'1 'I Cv' Leu? vx 5... gu- 1 4-mi 6 Qu.. , fy Q QL! ln.. -gs, 2 ,, 'Wag ,wr 8 R ... f,,Hn.. mix? I . . X. M Nt N' W' ,ht X Q N' Nw W-A-wff'-wk iw 'I mf wie, Xi., K mf 3- ' K 'W , Q" I M , - V MQ. K X a Y- ' , .- A, , 1. . H , Xfki,Ql -il ' 4 Sf:- QE .gg 71, A df-w f E E51 K Q- f 1 wwf .1 . Q xii Ai 5,155 -,A . . mag m V .. if Q-,iff 1 . , rm 1 ' ,My ev gf In m,,L I .K . e,f',Vf5fJ-.QL ,Qis,.g,g ,llgwf 1 F! A u . ,b,h M v, fm vw X ....a., L 7 f-:M f 1 A Q ff'fJ'ifD Qf- -Na N- , Z'-Q xi ' . 7R95 J XX , 4""Z-'4-f.,,,, ,, ' f fi , Wfwgv - 5 0 '64-C. 1 Wfzgwiiffffff 1 YN A fr -'2-CQ4-L ,,,76J't4Q 404,54 . . 5 ldisc? 414 - 'ff fVxfZ'?1 6 'CQ339 M Mndetcla Moa r? 1 if 2 f A O ffgg ,M D. N. "-.,, j we ix ' ' ,ff ' i V i i Sealed: Moulton, Jones. Spies, Tzisker, Scofield, Vargas-Vila, Patrick, Carrier, Gwynn. Secofd wif' Iferrniuolo. Bc-nnctt, Ritz, Vey. Blririingclo, Knill, Houshy,"'Esp-usito, Jenkins, Byrnes, Douslikesqd iss ,pl I'lit-lzui, Gihli, 'l't'n1,p,h-ton, Ri,I'rt-iliimn-. NVQ-st, Kopf, Qf,1PreClinort-, Noll,'L':irr, Corkill, Yerlililiciik, Thi!! 'N Rowf-Mill0gA, Straight, Meri't.iiiix2l-'-ird. liuitielixiiiizli, lliries, Earulizun, Delclmnips, Davidoff, RysLeQ,f"l..3730n, Ifmilss-ii, l'ow-ll, Vhxgtit-r, Wkiltl on, Film, llrifiko, Knolllwff, Van Orzlxexif Seyitiour, Armstrong, Ya, lrino, X llzirris. Fulltlll Row. W'l1itlhori'. Qlwlliiizxlz, Slixiugvr, Sliury,,,.L. Fisher, Zimmerman, Atkinsfvigepew, 'I'rt-iillatiii, . kluliimbili 'I'lim:ipsiin. l':iti-iulf, xjhrittiick. 'Horiililowv,r, Barlow, lllatlhews, Button, Gray, '1'uglrrg'it-r,. lii11ibL.5f,lCii!hrYt'I','Ritttllt-l, fi. Fislit-i', fliliinnugmi, Redtleti. v . , ,V - i' . ' f il-' if i AX X I Q - w x 1 0 "xi '-I mf, ' V ' Yi V ' Ui ' i t -i , Q, . . . t ,J 'i y The junior Class has made itself outstanding over i T I . l' ectiuii E s . . tx j ml' R CLA -Wmgti Ymitiii. ' ' O - . I' 'AS lfxl A Xen . Y- Bb. Page L-RCC-Vfix:fcxlxfE ' L -tt li. ' l'l'lrL:iSm'Cr' Bv"'le,3Y 0 . Rqjkn .gcgoiul axon, the Years, noigfonly being the largest class in the school but also' by having the largest number on the honor rollg no school activity is Eomplete without its participation. Q x h .a J A W' h thefpresentation of ,the junior Prom in Nofem er. ingenuity was evidenced by their inau- guration ofllla new tradition, which we hope will be carried op: that Obelgcting the two most popular speople in school, Mr. and Miss M. L. H. S. l Thea class's originality was again displayed at the Tcstitiionial' Dinner and Dance for the departing seniors by clever and colorful decorations. Their will- ingness to work was proven by the effort they put into their concession stand at Wildwood Field during football season. Their slogan, "You say itg we do it," is, you must admit, ai difficult one to achieve, but we are sure that this congenial class will accomplish its purpose. vw v Q, 'K f. .v--5. , n 'TH X.. Q io ix . 5 " Q, R., ,- xx. 'T' 53' -. v- ,L as M ng- 'ff M f ,,, N M ff -ki A 'Q 4, A. K A S' M - A 1' - , S ,.k Y Y VJ .W 53 -ia 5- ig? egg' K' . G' fig if y L .rp Q fx N' 5 ,zz . F it , ig ,i 5, A 5 h x ' f A 'Ak L an W '4 L v Q5 W V W A H, jx sf gg 2 ' ' 3 N fr :ig vp K 5 7 rf W im' . kiagkf - 'V f 1 'ylf QVQQ- X M,,,g-ff K- A wifi .. QW if A f 2 if fm 3 Q 'U 1 M ..,, if if 33. if af 9 1 Sr-:itz-il: l". fuss, N-tml, Anilml, lluyce, Rorke, Kingsland, Easton, Cullman, Herlmig, Smart, Murr, liimllliiiff, Lund, Rim-, Vilxxut, lingers, Czipcn. Set-mul Ruw: Kuntz, Armstrong, Dunkel, Noyes, Ezlrde, l'l:irk, l.asln'i, I1.ilillu-ig, N Vziss, Runflquisl, Yrvi-lzinil. llines, lleriilden, Lynch, Mcliillrick, fallen, Strain, IN-:isliqir-l-4. 'l'lnvil Row: llmnlm3, Busta-lniqinxi, Berger, Barnes, Lelinlirirdt, Horselielil, Jones, lhxikc-, I":irin'y, llxxynn, Miller, Aliilinwii, Zininivrninn. Pingpank, Vl'ilSon, Hartke, llousby, Lundquist. THE FRESHMAN CLASS FRESHMAN OFFICERS-Cullman, Treasurer, Herhig, President, Easton, Serri-lziryg Smart, Vii'el'resiili'nt, Page 38 The Class of 1931 has demonstrated through its enthusiastic participation in school activities, that it's an outstanding, energetic class. The members have contributed a great deal of talent to the athletic activities, service organiza- tions, musical groups, and other extra-curricular affairs. A large number of the girls of the class are members of the G.A.A. and have engaged in competitive sports. Some of the boys are al- ready on the football, basketball, and track squads. This year, for the flrst time, there was a class dance sponsored by the Freshman Class, The Freshman Frolic. Since it was so popular, the class hopes that this dance will become an annual affair in the future. With the kind and valuable advice of Miss Anne McManus, the Class of 1951 will en- deavor to continue making its scholastic, so- cial, and athletic activities ones that will be long remembered. Seated: Roumfort, Cleaver, Brookfield, Heaney, Higgins, Panera, Ferraiuolo, Haas, Miss Hicinbothein, VVall:ice, Kelley, Curtis, Somerville. Gustafson, Conover, VVillarrl. Second Rowt Bowen, Lillienclahl, Hartman, 11,-rvpy, Tlinmpsiiii, Lnughry, VYzil1lrnn, Klein, Kieriizin, Tliurinnn, VVhittingh:iin, Bzirtlmlouii-w, Publi, lmuslikcss, fVlIeu, iliilllllltgf, Caruthers, VVilsun. Tliiril Row: Ford, Stone, llill, hlfliwl-ii. llsimiltf-n, Ti-gtiiieier. Furnvv, Mai'Mill:iii, liutliery, Phelps, Davis, Jones, Morrison, MrCimm-l, Klein, Hrvis Iiiuilier, Miller. EIGHTI-I GRADE The Class of '52 returned to school last September with eager determination to continue its active participation in school affairs. The class is included in many of the school's activities, such as the S.G.A., Moun- taineer, junior Choir, junior Art Club, Junior Service Club, Band, and Scissors and Spider Club. Also this enthusiastic group can be de- pended upon to furnish valuable material for all athletic teams and organizations in the future. Under Miss Hicinbothem's patient leader- X ship the class is looking forward to becoming a i V ' ' EIGHTH GRADE OFFIC'ER,S'AKneeling: Ferraiunlo, Treasurer: Haas creditable Part of the School' President. Second Row: VVallaee, Vice-President, Miss Hicinlmotlir-in Advisorg Kelley, Secretary. Page 39 Serin-fl: Wiegnnul, Xkillllllllgllfllfl, fl'rimm, Farnham, McConnell, Mrs. De Armott, Higgins, Hamilton llvrm-s, Mm-inki-, Mit-lit-tier, Crexiiiwr. Second Row: M. Wilson, C. Wilson, Reed, Janssen, Nnechel, I,iind. l,t-linlizirmlt, 'l'yzn'r, VVillc'5. Fzirqulmr, J, Black, Shattuck, Pingpnnk. Third Row: Phelps, llrqnfkin, ltlt-lxitlrn'k, ll. lllziek, Shiite, Lamb, Pinter, Tucker, O'Neil, Brewer, Lundquist, VVelister llxirringtun, M:icfNlill:iii. Ilrxike, R1'il4lt'll, Noyes. SEVE TH GRADE SEVENTH CR,-1171? OFFICERS-First Row: Brackin, Treas- urer: Fnrqlllizir, Presiilentg Second Row: Farnham, Vice- Prcsizlcntp Mrs. llc Armutt, Amlvisorg Mt-inke. Secretary. Page 40 With a cloud of dust and a hearty, "Off to high school," the seventh graders arrived to begin their illustrious career as students of M.L.H.S. Overwhelmed by the older students and numer- ous activities, the newcomers had to adjust themselves to the high school routine but soon fell into swing with the upper classmen. They plunged with zeal and enthusiasm into the magazine campaign, which was the first activity of the year. One hundred per cent participation brought the seventh graders out on top. Other activities in which they have members are the Scissors and Spider Club, the junior Art Club, and the soccer team. Musi- cally inclined members of the class support the junior Choir and the band. The Class of '53 has made a good start under the leadership of Mrs. DeArmott and is looking forward to scholastic, athletic, and social triumphs. ,n f M . 8 W fi af l gl N -as Q nite-al-zz Cl-fb 1QQX-A 1:41-1p'g"2'-1, Q-iq!-W Q' Jai'-4 55'-o,,,A ? ,A 6 Q -C9246 'gal A 'r fad '54 AV' WZ f 59 N-xxx qt ,Y If X M A di es S. C. A. OFFICER.S'fKneeling: Salmon, Treasurer: Vvillard, l'ri-side-m. SL-cmul Row: Singer, Vice-l'rc-siilemg Mr. Smith, Al i r ll ii h Hll 9 t 1 V su Q Vi C II 1, . l'L'rL' Ziry. wifmy 5 if yy M- f9.,l.i53??i 4.6 th g ern' gstudent organization X - '9 i - , s x I , J 'Nix tx tl c l, a i co leted ri successful year P 5 e uh il is re esentatives elected from 09 d ' l ' ooms an residents of all chartered ly, S. .5E. Biz vat hful Service Club an ln X stxgsudqlgiur honestly and force- l with llbe ra mem rs f the four er cent. 5L' U Y iii? wi f i s GPA no'e an n nsot1e...was 5 s . ' L w c ave the bearer a dis- 0 . g e to l i etic contests and other school Q kin gy is e7 10 ' L ii io l l las s.' Llsiie other two branches of ' ar gtg e d K , ff rs. h ey derived from the sale of these ' 'e use ' pporting other organizations. ' r the . G. A. has sponsored many inter- esting 's ' s nd has organized a noon hour activity pr Many of th ccomplishments of the S. G. A. are due to its capable advisor Mr. Robert Smith. We sincerely hope that future S. G. Afs will live up to the high standard of elticiency and success that this year's group has established. THE S. G. A. Seated: VV:il1lron, E, Fzirnhaim, llvziuclminp, Szilmnn, Mr. Smith, Willard, Singer, Ile-rlwig, Cullman, Bonnescn. Second Row: Patrick, Fisher, Pack, Miller, Papsl, Binner, Finnegan, VVilson, Morrison, Kimber, Brzickin. ,L u Jil gli K ii 5' J Q K 4 L3 gf Y B +25 " . . sb 0 ' . m s, e ,, The Serviceu Clulix again asgupied thqx duties of maintaining order inhthe halls betvsieen classes, collect- ing tickets at the athletic contiestggand at varicfus assem- blies, and supervising during lunch! Undeir 4 the capable leadership of Mr. Smith, the club vvaserapiqlalvy organized for the year's work and therh carried out if competently the strict regulationsqthat have been established. QS The members of the Service Club this year have been an enthusiastic group and through their whole hearted effort helped to make the club an efficient organization. With the cooperation of the student body, the club was able to maintain the high standards of previ- ous years. SERVICE CL UB OFFICERS-Templeton, Vice-President: Singer, President, Mr. Smith, Advisor, J. Kingsland, Secretary ' UQ-Um Quan , ., . , G er F1 6 Q mb , 5 N 'res ea 'Q fe- we fb, .ee , A Q ,K 5 g 6 1 J -Q Q:-Map J. Saw rg ROS N Q-.:...-e., -cY, Q0 0 Q h Qin' U 4. K., . B A 29 - -, ffl . . Q Ml V 4-3 . N " at mc me bf ms Ev ca A Q fr. -ess-KC cfs nm 00 fi- x ' -D 3 ' I ., . -cs ' X' 13 .es ' N-5 tie f- T, .V ,, N A Y 1,32 3-'59,-wg-15, e ' ,., -. h N h o Xu G I '1 ' 1 .,. Va .Qld D Q: big Q4. Q o 2+i'JQ-.1- .Qu B X N .. N X f X 5 sun Jzgsxx .. s - ,Q Nusbc -1. e. 9 . ,XA .I .s. n r,B V sg . V. J X M-. is -Q 1- e, . Q , ff A Q ,td Y 4 X-gi S s 1:-N "' jg ss I 6 5, ' X if - 5 ' XS O F 45 -1 N, N 3 ,H . J- Seuted: Pensbnck, Miller, Ferrniuolo, Rystedt, Singer?-TEiimet0ry,lHi',1"Sl1fll1, J. ingslanrl, Gwyn 15 " R' , N ll, ,le k' . Se'ond Rom: Klein, M. Parker, lirniffmys ie-nue Yi?lE'M.,4K'ngsland: BLZUCIIHZIIJ, FlinIlx,lSKnill,k West, E. Hines, R. Lynchi mrnlxam, J. Bennet? TT Herlng, Callen, Stone, Parry, llepew, Haines, Papsl, Higgins, GrayE'Morrison, Pillsbury, nnegan. m W' 'l 'fa wif ' i X, 'i .I , xf , , l xx K. 1-K 1' N . x' ' . ' Y H ' , I, , ,,...., ... ., .., ... ...,,, Q., ..,. , ....... ..,, ......-...cf ' 5 "A I' lixinrilllf llgrlen, Thipd' Row: Seyanntir, Tilt. Ford, Miller. Merriain, lloolittle, Ryan. I X 1 5 sf 1 -' i f ' J ,ig This y 'l, as in,prcz'lous years, the members of the Librarians Club fulfilled- the responsibilities f ff' asscxiafd 'ith library 'ork, such as checking books, shelving those returned, filing and typing. ' ' N Tie n have had some very interesting activities at their meetings. They read, discussed ' V ntl review ooks, made scrap books, and took a few trips. I I 4 ' lts members under the able guidance of Mrs. Rayone Nook, our new librarian. performed an f 1 :nt Service for the school this year through its library work. f ,V :N ly V N ' 'J 1 K f , it Q1 , ' , 1 1 f, S ,lf ,105 Seated: Flannagan, Hamilton, Hill, Morrison, Ford, MacMillan, Oxehufwud, Meinke, Patrick. Second Row: Cywn, Leone, Peashack, E. Smart, Klein, Randall, Miss Nast, llerlmig. Miller, Curtis, Pillsbury. B. Smart. Third Row: Murr, A. Faruhain, IC. Hines, Parks, j. Powell, lfmilsen, Robinson, Merriam. Fourth Row: lfziston. llonnesen, Vargas-Vila. Atkins, liiniiegzm, Salmon, Treirnann, Gray, Kuntz, llalwielsoii, VValllron, Larsen, Knill, L, llines. This year the Mountaineer stall, assisted by its capable advisor, Miss Lilliar Nast, endeavored to give the school six editions of a better printed publication New layouts were tried by the editors, and more creative work by the student body was included in the newspaper. Through various staff activities, funds were raised to allow more photography and cartoon work than has been used in previous A101--y-rA1,y,5ER E,,,T0R,qw-Kneeling. years. These many improvements and the staffs diligent work have resulted in Miller, furtis, llerliig. Second Row: Miss 1111 6XCCllCI1l pLll7liCLlllUfl. Nast, Randall, li. Stuart, Klein. Page 44 M5 as is as j . , '83 it 2? anal A U S ,. me A an an ENC, , M-.. First row: Miller, Rose, Chettle, Fletcher. Second row: VValdron, Miss Vincent, Beauchamp, Vermilion. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS The French Club, organized by Miss Marion Vincent for second and third year French students, met monthly to develop conversational ability. To- ward this end, the club presented .short plays of var- ious types which helped to develop linguistic Huency. As a special project this year, Miss Vincent wrote to a French teacher in Paris with the suggestion that the club would like to send food and clothing to the needy French students. As a result of this, an in- teresting exchange of letters developed. The club hopes to continue its many worthwhile and interesting projects again next year. "EL CLUB ESPANOLU The Spanish Club was organized, for the first time this year, for the purpose of enjoying and improving the everyday Spanish conversation of its members. A Christmas party was held in December at which several Latin American Customs were explained and Spanish carols were sung. Under the guidance of Miss Marion Vincent the club "El Club Espanol" completed an interesting and enjoyable year. Seated: Kopf, Pisar, Yaccarino, Klein, Emilson. Second row: A. Powell, Housby, Hines, C. Predmore, Miss Vincent, Hrinko, J. Powell, Randel. Third row: Harris, Gibb, Jenkins, Esposito, R. Predmore. N1 S CL Page 45 55' lt . . l N DRA ATIC NATIONAL HO OR SOCIE'l Admittance to the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors to be bestowed upon a M. L. H. S. student. Members are electec in the spring of each year from the junior and Senior classes on thc basis of character, service, scholarship, and leadership, Members ol the Society who were elected in their junior year are Sue Herbig anc Ernest Higgins. Ably advised by Mr. Smith, this group continues itf line service of spreading the qualities incorporated by its member: throughout the entire student body. The main project of the Dramatic Club is the presentation of nu- merous plays during the year with everyone in the organization having a chance to participate. All of the members make a definite contributior to the activity of play producing: they either act in the production oi assist by helping in work behind the scenes. Committees are chosen to read plays and select the most novel onef for presentation. Through the able assistance of its advisor, Miss Alice Kerr, the Dramatic Club succeeded in presenting many entertaining pro- grams that have been enjoyed by the entire student body. CLUB Kneeling: Knill, Vice-Prcsidcntg Rystedt, Secretary. Second row: Ogden, Treasur- Miss Kerr, Advisorg Rockefeller, Pres- llint. el XX . Seated: Davidoff, Lund, Lasher, Rystedt, Rockefeller, Miss Kerr, Ogden, Knill, Rorke Dahlherg, P. Cass, Cullman. Second row: S. Capen, L. Hines, Cilwa, Bostelmann E. Hines, Finnegan, N. Cass, Pisar, Miller, Rose, Ferraiuolo. Page 46 KRT CLUB Seated: Robinson, Gywn, Ford, Miller, J. King land. S nd R : P' . lc, B l P QR AQ lerraiuolo, Miss Callaway, Nordstrom, Lund, Gabriglson. eco ow mgpim Oste mann' any' r Q 0 The junior and Senior Art Clubs were organized again this year under the direction of Miss Mildred Callaway. The groups' prime purpose is the encour- agement and fostering of a greater appreciation of creative art in everyday life. The members were allowed to select the type of work in which they were most interested, and during 326, ww Es 331 weekly meetings were aided in developing their skills in these fields. The club's annual picnic was held at the Mazda- brook Golf Club again this year. On this occasion the members had ample opportunity to exercise their artistic abilities while enjoying themselves socially. Seated: Lehnhardt, Cobb, Bartholomew, Whittingham, Farnham, Tyzzer, Gustafson. Second Row Kelley, Somerville, Thurman, Miss Callaway, Curtis, Lund, Klein. UN IOR amwwr sm-ww-tmxumsimufs 'wmwwuaum.m1.wm:sarucr.xv www' mFwauimsw SENIOR ART CLUB 'atc-xl: M. Ruse, S. LKHIICH, Boyce, Leone, llc Ill lttlt lilt N ll B I lltnes, N. Cass, Lasher, klark, Blades, ral, Dunkel, llerhig, Sweigart, Nelson, 'Xlt 1 nn R l inl, Vrcxtnter, IC. Smart, Scott, Shute, I ihh, L ull .n, 4, , gust, 'cmul Row: X. Kingsland, Rnrke, Duck- nrth, Anihzil, R. l'apen, Kimble, Chettle, f t ' x Ihmin, llralvtc. l"inm-g:m, lilatner, Vargas- Nila, Hntiiicseit, fiuilrl, M. l':irkn-s. Dayton, S lim-nni-tt, XV:-st, llaltllmerg, I'. Cass, Murr. llnrd R tx l'rr-tliiiuw, Knpti, Curkill, Stone, Ogden, lnhnson, Milli-r. Strain, lltrrier, Cobb, 'alker, R. Prm-wliiinrt-, Marznigeln, Ver- ntilinn, lfvrraitnrln, ,l. Rose, lflctcher, Behr- mlnn, filwa, l'is:ir, llrinku, KnullhuFf, J. trzindall, llirrlsall, Yun Urden, Lee, Sey- ninnr, Rockt-ft-llm-r, R. Lyitvli, J. Powell, linn, Runllsill. fallen, Singer, il. Bennett, lxl A KAAPELLA CHOIR 'rvi:y, m'i ', H' , X 'a L ron, , Stuart, 'rr': , ystedt, Nnrrstroln, vl. Kings- ' tn' t l vncli Rundt L" Easton. -vyn, I.nnd, lit-rliig, Iillslmurg, Morrison, vsteltnann, Ranmlel, 'lr-xnpletam, Thomas, ' fi ': Straight, HL'IlllUllllIllll. Larsen, iltriulsmi, XYagnt-r. Ilmtshy, Harris, C. apley, Nl. Stapley. Fourth Row: Ryan, 'aslnfu-k, Moulton, llnnslikess, llarlow, iggins, Fortis, Atkins, Miller, E. Farn- vin, A. Filfllllillll, Ritz, Yvy, Armstrn , 'at'-3. it is M 9-,fr f3Q'05'?s-fir , f,f??,jf?fi,tf J The Junior and The junior and Senior Choirs, under the able direction of Miss Edna M. Bair, are Composed of the musically minded students in Mountain Lakes High School. This year the combined choirs gave their annual evening Christmas Carol Service, complete with selec- tions old and new, including Fred Warings "Song of Christmas," and "The Carol of the Bells" by Willtottsky. The Spring Concert, swishing with evening for- Cappella Choirs mality and excitement, featured Malot's "The Lord's Prayer," Mozart's 'iGloria" from the "Twelfth Mass," "Down the Wind" by Scott, Fred Wnring's arrange- ment of "Dry Bones," and "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." Members of the choirs take this opportunity to thank Miss Bair for her understanding and coopera- tion during the past year. JUNIOR CHOIR Seated: Ruumfort, Papern. VVebster, N. Phelps. Shattuck, Shute, Pingpank, Mac Millan, R. Phelps, Guthrie, VVallace, Haas, Jones, Thompson. Loughery. Second 1 Row: Michener, VVilley, Tyzzer, Hamilton, McConnell, B. Vlfhittingharn, W'eigand, Kiernnn, Thurman, Curtis, Kelley. C. W'hittingham. Doushkess, Cobb. Third Row: Gustafson, Lund, Klein, Hervey, , Byrnes, Meinke. Higgins, Trimm. Bar- tholomew, Somerville, Conover, VVillard, VValrlron, Brooklield. Page 48 AN ORCHESTRA The school was again fortunate this year in having two fine instrumental groups, the band and the orchestra. Through the ellorts of their capable director, Miss Edna Bair, the band roused the school spirit by stirringly playing at football games, pep rallies, and community alfairsg the orchestra playing at Graduation and special occasions. The main purpose of these two organizations is to develop musicianship, self-control, teamwork, and co-operation, all necessary in a successful ensemble playing. First row: Lynch, Strain, Dayton, Phelps Second row: VVilson, S. Higgins, Miller E. Higgins, 'l.llO!l1!lS, Parry, VValilron Parkes, Hill, Vtfelister, Third row: Capen Gray, Rzmdel. The principal function of the Stagecraft Club is to assist in setting up scenery whenever requested by any school organization. The realistic effect of the annual senior play, their major work, may be accredited to the skill of its club members. Thi.s year the club had a number of opportunities to demonstrate its ability. They erected the scenery for the Dramatic Club plays and an operetta presented in the school. lnfused with countless ideas and suggestions from their advisor, Mr. Wikancler, the members of the Stagecraft Club have energetically contributed to the effects of all dramatic performances. STAGECRAFT CLUB Kneeling: Nelson, Bostelmann, Randel, VValkf-r. Second rowi Rogers, Colih, Curtis, Mr. Wikantler, Thompson, Pillsbury, Parry. Page 49 mx SCISSUR ANI? SPIIJICR L'I.l'll Seated: Tyzzer, XXX-igziiitl, 'l'rimm, Pziperfi, Smnerville, Curtis, lliisliifsnii. Tliurmziu, C. Villitliiigllfiiii, lliuislikess. Secuiiml Row: Mrs. lie .Xrnioit, llgiiniltnn, lt. XYhittiug- ham, lNlcL'onnell, Xiu-clit-l. lliggins. k'lt-ziver, Kiernun, Kelley, XYill:ird. Llulili, Wiilley. 'l'hiril Ruw: M:-iuke, llyrnes, NYalilrnn, Hi-ri-ey. ll:ii'tliolniiieu', L'ni1uxi'i', Crexnner, Miehener i r to 'X l SCISSORS A D SPIDER CLUB The Scissors .ind Spider Club is organized for the purpose of speci.ilizing in needle work and culinary arts. Under the guidance ol' Mrs. Miriam De Armott the club entluisiastically and willingly contributed its share by making costumes requested by the dra- matic c lub. This group with two profitable years behind it will soon take its place among other well established clubs of M.l..H.S, The junior Service Club was newly organized this year under the direction of Mr. Smith. A select group of seventh, eighth, and ninth graders under- took the task of maintaining order in the lunch room, halls, and gym during the fifth lunch period. At the first meeting held by the group the follow, ing otlicers were elected: Bill I-Ierbig, presidentg jan Morrison, vice president, and Barbara Smart, secretary. The club is looking forward to many successful years and hopes to become one of the leading organiza' tions in the school. THE JUNIOR SERVICE CLU Q. W' W , if lk -K '4 1 1. JVNIHR SEIZYICH CLVB Seated: Shxittuek, Pingpiink, llziniilton, Davis, Mr. Smith, Kimher, Morrison, Black, NYilIuril. Secniul Row: Byrnes, Farn- ham, llnmilton, Lund, Lelinharilt, Pxlliera, Rnrke, Anihnl, Iliues, Cass, Cleaver, Jones, VVhittingh:im. Third Row: Carruthers, Bowen, Phelps, llzms. XYilson, Noyes, Smart, Uurtis, Kelley, Soiuerville. A' . Page 50 mmm Z lr I . x X. ii f pn 1 l lxll 'ff' i 1 J' f , . f 'x 1 1, X , x, x i .X R , I 4 I Vg , l. V l P ,ll xx xx, M X :XX lvl Ml, Y i til' l xf ' lk, 1 x lv x Se tell: r ure, ' onovg l 'illrirl , Sal- 11:1 NI 0 ri lgapst raw arrier ilk' ' A, . I dx!! 'nl Roxxlg 'RI Nligtxiiig BOXFQQKQII, BlLLlles,i Koll- of gn ,ix x x lx ' Ilfgl, 7 K ,F 14 lw' Ml N l, ,l xt l NJ' l ll' lx li r., ll! -ily, s x l l K lj 4 ,XA V' . x-,xl AMMA H1.Y The Mountain Lakes Gamma Hi-Y Club has con- tinued, as in previous years, to be one of the leading service organizations in the community. W'ith Mr. Edward Otto as adviser, the club has carried on as the leading Hi-Y group in Morris County. The club donated a large sum to the world-wide youth fund, sponsored teen-age canteens, and sent delegates to the various Y.M.C.A. conferences. The club upheld the high traditions of its pre- decessors and set a high goal toward which future chapters mayetrive. The Mountain Lakes Psi-Y is one of the outstand- ing Hi-Y clubs in the county. It consists of those boys in the school who have a great interest in science. In addition to its scientific programs, the Psi-Y partici- pates in the Morris County Hi-Y basketball league and many other Morris County Hi-Y activities. The club's organizer and advisor, Mr. Marion Gwynn, has done an excellent job in presenting interesting lectures to the club on various phases of science, therefore most of the credit for the Psi-Y's success belongs to him. ,P . -. 5 , , :F 219' ',J,,Y. fr . l' -I - was-f ,, PSI-Y H' s".J' H. -' 1 .-' '97 iTiQm"f lv, 'Q T f - Q -'vis 3' 4- ,xl Q .Y 'jf' YI PSI-Y Seated: Higgins, Gwynn, Chankalian, Og- den, Binner, Kimber, Rfindel, Doushkess Templeton, Second Row: Conover, Thomp- son, Curtis, Moulton, Patrick, Meinke, Kollmorgen. Page 5 I mm: .usa-.x.:..-xrxuaaf i. Milf" J" ' St-att-il: lliggins, llfmm-sen, Hruvvn, Ford, limes, Miller. Second B. Button,I Davidoff, Carwll. Fourth Row: Quellmalz, Sllaugerf lion" Atkins. fariin-r, 'I'alui:igv, llrcisluivli, liohh, Moulton, 'l'ljt'inl:1g,u,, Chfisteltseh, Coe? Kllhlllliill. A l'apsi, tauiis. 'I'hiril lluw, 4'-ia-'li tiiauli, Si-unelel. Barlow, Spies, li, 1-'l 4 ,f ,, , ,- 1 ,, ,UI ,J if X 'I l'l f u I I ., A 1 vARs1TYt, ,CLUB The Varsity Cilub under the direction of Coach Anthony Ciardi had, during the current year, a mem- bership ot' thirty-eight boys, who have won their varsity letters, This group is actively interested in encouraging school spirit, promoting high ideals in athletics, and encouraging good sportsmanship. The initiation of new members, held annually in january, was the highlight of the club's social activi- ties. At this function the club members entertained their fathers, and all enjoyed the program of movies, games, and refreshments. Page 52 .1 Foremost among its undertakings is the award' ing of smiiii charms to the graduating lettermen and cheerleaders, a gold charm to three lettermen, a silver charm to two lettermen, and a bronze charm to single lettermen and to those who have competed in a sport for four years without winning a Varsity letter. Members of the club also sponsored an interest- ing assembly program on school spirit with the pre- sentation of an original play which expressed its opinions. H3 mL,, Y Evra X. XA xg' ,QP X Q 1 i K E s if V fl? in F sf is 1 ,,,,,,,..-w-N45 Qi 4 ali! ggi mr -W nu ,K ui Ni! 9 1 S Y. 'ig ' f f Q lf LMI 5 ,S Q PQVS . 6 5 t . :- if F 1 'I E1 Ya Jfugl I A v I i 'vi' I Y V 4 4 xv V M L.. .7 V 6 1 K fy K- 4. K. -x isrfkf' i '+ :,?'e' ,. A N 5 'Q ' 2 P , J r, i 2 Q Q 4 4 I 3 3,gE,... ., 4 - . .,, 1 1:1113 1' 1:11. ,S 5132.1 9 V Q Y In W. -, , : 'QP , W g f -fm? if f K ..-v I t 51 J., as W, 4 !k V gay' my ,L ui 1- J 'TVEL1-:im A j L1 . gi, di Xi + 2 V 'Q'. h i A 1" v 'lg 1 M W A .5 1 , C3 ' W ' Vg 1 -4. P.. ,. , .os U. . 5 00 "A " 3 ?o'o I ' 0 0, , .wx . f Q I' Air if no, K- AX aww f f O ,f, ,f7 -X ff J 1-iziif MQ 'ZRKLJ gicqkic, A q QR imc if eQQm1'QQi1-f-?fq2 iiiilrcf cakikmkvaiqxiw, Lx M, ZQw f"1Qg12Z,Q,C2 ' ,, vqhx QQ ,-to gg., Page .56 , , , cmun cm F001 Seated: Vllillnrtl, Coe, Moulton, mines, Ford, 0'Neill, Kugelmeycr, Finnegan. Second Row: Taskcr, Byrnes, Scofield. Talmage, jones, McClure, Carrier, Ilnuslikess, Patrick. Tliirtl Row: Gwyn, The 1947 Orange and Blue eleven displayed a team of noteworthy performance and fighting spirit. The year's schedule pitted Mt. Lakes against heavier and more experienced opposition. The stubborn Lakers succumbed to a powerful Boonton squad 7-Og then they walloped Delbarton 27-0. Next followed a 20-0 loss to the smaller schools conference champions, Rockaway, and then, ll 20-20 tie with Netcong. A big and powerful Newton team eked out a 19-13 decision, and St. Mary's of Elizabeth won the final game 32-14. Burt Talmage sparked the team with his brilliant running and booming punts. Eric jones quarterbacked l , V 1, Llffjf'--va if ,, I' l ,W 7 f ,M 1 n , , ,, ff. sn, in if v n , , , 4, 1 , if X a. 1 0 H lr 4 , gif - .,: .1-' f 1 A Q , Q, i . -1 1 9 9 ' i I , .1 , li?-ir is "' 1. -C. I Q .f V' S 'lu p 3 Jia Herbig, Dunkek Noyes, Headden, Pack, Conover, Barnes. Coach Ciardi. Fourt Row: Templeton, Miller, Pillsbury, Lehnhardt, Matthews, Shattuck, Welsh, Nelson. the tricky and deceptive "T" and "A" formations to a high degree of elhciency, feeding the ball to Bob Carrier, Henry McClure, and Bob Scofield, the other stellar backs. The line compensated for their lack of weight by aggressiveness and hard-charging. Gail Moulton, Charlie Spies, Til Coe, Bruce Ford, Eugene Kugelmeyer, Brud Finnegan, and Rory O'Neill formed the bulwark of the line and were ably flanked by Ronnie Knollhuff, Gordon Willard, Gordon Tasker, Bill Doushkess, and joe Byrnes. Coach Ciardi and Assistant Coach Seader deserve inuch credit for excellent coaching, as evidenced by the hne condition of the team. N C0-CAPTAINS P 57 COE, TALMAGE rig? First row: foach fuiilffii, jones, Spies, Kimber. Talmage, Carrier, Patrick, Second row: Tziskeir, Byrnes, Brown, Sr-otir-lil, Vl'agner, Third row: 'l'r-iiipfetoii, Salmon, l"inneg:in, VN'illarrl, Matthews. johansen. ASKETBALL E a f . 'x Burt Talmage Dick Brown VN j . f fx. F A Ile' Boh Scofield 0 J' S- 2 . 'gf , i Yi. S is K .t u 7, ,lvl - , . AA' 'Charlie Spies .Q L' , ' M Q Peter Christensen ii i 'lf Gordon Willard The basketball season of 1947-1948 was again a high spot in M, I.. H. S, athletics as the varsity quintets finished high in the rankings of the smaller schools conference. The Lakers were paced by Spies, Brown, Carrier, and jones at the forward slots, with W'illard and Scofield at center. Its two high scoring guards were Christensen and Talmage. Coach Ciardi employed a fast hreaking and tight guarding outlit, demonstrating smooth ball-handling. Among :he highlights of the season were thrilling victories over Nc-tcong, 29-251 Xwharton, 3,2-gog an overwhelming defeat of Rockaway, so-2,13 and victory over Delharton. The -Iayvees captured more honors hy completing their season undefeated. They displayed excellent material as they won hy large margins over all comers, Their Fine show- ing indicates M. l.. H. S. should produce outstanding varsities in future years. XX'agner, who also played a good deal of varsity hall, Tasker, Miller, Matthews, McClure, Johansen, and Salmon formed the nucleus of the team with Templeton, Conover, Thompson, Chankalian, and Finnegan as reserves, Much credit goes to Coach Ciaidi and his teain for a successful season of basketball. TRACK The 1948 Spring Track team fielded another victorious squad, perhaps the best ever to come out of M.L.H.S. The bulwark of the team was formed by experienced veterans from last year's successful aggregation as well as talented new-comers discovered by cross-country last fall. Jack Curtis and Bruce Ford once again proved an invincible duo in the hurdle races. Ford, Cobb, and Curtis took care of the sprints while the middle distances included a number of seasoned specialists led by Papst, Atkins, Driesback, Qualzmaltz, and Shauger. Nichols, Robinson, and several freshmen furnished support. Many events were held for younger boys such as junior high and freshmen races. These furnished both experience in athletic competition and physical development for the future stars. W'ith Mr. Seader as their experienced coach, the weight men proved to be consistent point-getters. Moulton, Trei- man, Cobb, and Higgins threw the shot and discus, and Ford paved the way in the javelin. Kugelmeyer was an outstanding high jumper, while Ford, Curtis, and Willard led the broad jumpers. This experienced and well-balanced squad once more dominated county and Group I competition. A...-:xml 7-"' ...ul l"""e First row: Nichols, Feid. Shattuck. Davis Pinyoafvk, Wilson, Herri-vtnn. F"'d. Seen'-rl rowf Nelson, Caruthers, Robinson. Third row: Schoeck, Noll, Atkins, Rogers, Cobb, Higgins, Parry, Dreisbach, Quellmalz, Davidoff. Page 59 Seated: Gahrielson, Guild, Housby, Noll, Carr, Yaccarino, Armstrong, S. Capen, Ogden, J. Bennett, Dahlherg, N, Cass Clark, Lush:-r, Curkill. Kupf, Yrzilrel, Bryant, Vey, West i l'r-zislinclt, Yan' :is-Yilu Honiiesen Merriam, Secon R 1 K . . . d ow Mrioiw, Rorkv, Anilizil, N. Kingslzintl, lloyce, Dayton, Kiinlile l't-rint-, R. Capt-ii, llervt-y, Finncgsin, Blzittuer, Drake, Murr lfastrm, ,l. Kingslnnil, Miss lliciuhothein, Morrison, Herlrig lint-kwni'tli, l':irkt-s, A. linrnlizini, Ritz, Gibb, S. Bennett, Miller, Foril, I:Cl'fZllll0lf Beauchamp, Straight. Third Row s ' F' 'ff-. ta .Q J fi , -- V fra- 4,1 ff . 1 'af 2 .1 " Qi' f yf if ,Q g'f,9,'9TVyV 1,41 'ff . .- 40 fl- 1 I Z' v' --fr X V -Z 0' 7-epgifhzy fx? it' .ff f T,- ' GIRLS' SPORTS ' J This year for the first time a separate girls' ath- letic organization was formed: the Girls' Athletic Association. The club was innovated by Miss Hicin- bothein. Through the G.A.A., it has been possible for the first time, for the girls to participate in inter- scholastic competition. Again keeping up their record of being good sports, the girls of M.L.H.-S. turned out in a goodly number for the various athletic teams, under the lead- ership and guidance of Miss Dorothy Hicinbothem. The hockey team had a successful season, winning all but one game. For the second year the class of '48 held the hockey championship for intramural competi- tion. Girls' basketball proved to be quite successful this season. The girls played such schools as Rock- away, Dover, Springfield, and Vail. Again the Seniors won the majority of the basketball games. In connection with our gym classes several new activities such as horseback riding, tumbling, archery, and modern dance were introduced. All in all, the year proved to be one of success and enthusiasm. Page 60 C7 Waldron, Pisar, Seymour, Delchamps, Harmon, A. Powell, Emilsen, Larsen, Behrbahm, VVilcox. Lund, Cmnrlall, Chettle, Creamer. Klein, Smart, M. Kingsland, Shute, Scott, Stone, Rockefeller, Rystetlt, Davidolf, Gywn, Leone, Brewer, Hession, Fourth Row: Knollliuff, Hrinko, Lee, Tilt, Cilwa. M. Ruse, Rogers, Runtlquist, P. Cass, Smart. Cullmzin, L. llines. llzirris, E. Hines, C. Pretlinore, Mnrzmgelo, R. Preclinorc, Vermilion, enkins, Pillsbury, Singer, Callen, Randall, Esposito, J. Rose, ileteher, Nortlstrom. QV' 4 . wr 6-r , .1 'xl fxf 1- if . A. A. G. A. A. OFFICERS-Herbig, Vice-President: 1. Kingsland Secretaryg Miss Hieinbothem, Advisor, Morrison, President. QR 5,6- ls WB -A Q .-3 1 . 3 wvsnmj f. Q1 si f-'K x K X K j . K6 3' SQA I A v J F ' A M if Y Ng 0 if eww 3 M pf. mag " fi!! 2355.- ..' I an ir' Y ' Wx. wg: 54 . 41 S Q - A 1 W 'MM 5' 3 1,53 ,X 5 l l Morrison, Singer, J. Bennett, Callen, S. Bennett, Ogden. CHEERLEADING A at Page 62 .1 ' The traditional six cheerleaders again spurred the teams on to victory this year with their lively work. The six are Judy Bennett, Sally Bennett, Gail Callen, jean Morri- son, joan Ogden, and Isabel Singer. The squad was found at every athletic contest supporting the players by leading the rooters with their energetic cheering. Miss Dorothy Hicinbothem, the new physical education teacher, aided the cheer- leaders with her helpful suggestions and advice. She capably directed the girls and enabled them to acquire their perfected skill. The sub-vacancies were filled when three girls were elected by the student body during an assembly in the beginning of the year. Those elected were Connie Cullman, Dolores jenkins, and Nancy Kingsland. The three remaining subs from the previous year are Terry Carr, Mary Louise Kopf, and Janice Shute. The cheerleaders endeavored and succeeded in maintaining the .school's high standards in sportsmanship, fair play, and good fellowship. 'fa Rang .J ,. v f 91,1 :ll . ' i . , if I -li' M .Ig-. I ,' lu. 'ui fn' . 5. Q..Lj , fb .,, 'iii-f' .. s . r . ,A V H I: ,fps fi v, 1"-.3 P t ng I viii. 'df - A - l 'lfiff-v o 'nf -- - -V-42 .-it pg , -' 23. .f ee Seated: Kinaslzwrl. Rf-hinson. R. Iivnch. Rockefeller. Birdsall. Gabrielson, Smart, ' f'1.Q,5,v., fy? Plummer, Driesbach, Pzipst, Ford, Miss Callaway, Pillsbury, Ogden, Stone, Callen, .H, 4 Lfijff' Herbig, Randall, Pensback, P. Lynch, Ryan. Second row: Bennett, Klein, Singer, 7 P1315 Shute, Scott, Morrison, Caroll, Sweignrt, J. Shaw, Brown, Depew, Buunesen, Tzilnizige, - 42,1 Christensen, llziviiloff Thom'-son. U'Neill, Finnegan, Parks, Powell. Thiril row: M. Shaw, Bwrfnvm. Coe. Knollhnff. Graf, Rogers, Cohh, Higgins. Curtis, Rinner. Parry, Haines, Johansen, Crosby, Harrington, Woodward, Blades, Chankalian. Absent, Willard, Page 63 THE LAKES STAFF Editor-in-Chief -- --- Judy Bennett Associate Editors - .... Janice Shute -- --- Isabel Singer ML , Assistant Editor -- .,.. Pauline Lynch I Business Manager .... --- Beverly Klein i 3 T3 Photography Editor .... .... E rnest Higgins ' lop! Art Editor ......... ..,. P at Pillsbury j Sports Editors .... --- Joan Ogden ,- .... Tom Papst fy . - Typing Editor ...... ......... S ally Randall W M , Publifiry Chairman ,,,,..........-. Paul Binner AW - 'EY' Publisher .,....... --- Progress Associates, Inc. M .QV Photographer .... ........... R hodes StuCli0 J . itil pw W! if Betsey Smart Claire Rockefeller A Z M iris, Jack Curtis Helen Gabrielson bf M Margery Kingsland Jean Morrison pf Joan Powell Peter Christensen H164 2 , Nancy Stone Diane Peasback "J Sue Herbig Dick Brown W if A Gail Callerl Joan Robinson ji! YM, ,,.t sux.-ii i! 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