The Morgan School - Tower Yearbook (Clinton, CT)

 - Class of 1945

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GOPQTQV S Tc linbwbh The 19i5 The Morgan Tower :SE 53772 AWA Published by The S 611101 Class The Morgan School Clmton , Conne Ot1C1.1t LT I ,. X, 1 i z, ff gl Q Q . ... .7TfrP,,, ll- 4 I sy? fri ai KT?" Pf f '.: 0 ,W Hx EJ ia- "J-:.,-9'-' X-"P Plf' t Q ' 1' L 1 f - f. W fa-eesgafi ' gl 6 gl Z ei fi 4 nd 1 . Qs. lt- 'qs DEDICATION We the club of 19 uc pmud to dedu its the 1 t1 1 ue of The xlillgdll Town to ICWSIII C Joel 1 mu prmupal and fuend Although he 1 the chool xoungebt preceptor he his Inallltalnecl and exen lm IJlONf,ll the h1g,h Qtandurlw of Morgan 3 4 -.x K ' Q . .'-urge ,. F . 5 ' Lug.. -A-. 3: 1: A - BG' ' - .. , -, W' ' J ' 7, I' . . ' ,, , V.,1e ffl S5 i ' ' " ' . ' . , J ., . . . . Y , ' Y' ' ' . S 5 b .v H 9 i -1 A I v ' ' ' ' . 7 I ' E ' .' . ' . HAROLD C ALLEN GEORGE CARTER SOCIHI SCICHCC Athletlcs A rlnulture FACULTY EMMA M HAWKES JEANINE M LAROCQUE Commerclal Mathematlcs -EE' vm , 'H' HELEN MARIE MORSE MRS DOROTHY L SHORT Home Economlcs rt THEODORE M WAHLE MRS PATRICKJ VCHELAN Sclence French Laun LUCILLE H SPICER Engllsh Dramatlcs X ES I'zrst Row IL to RI Emma Becker Catherine Wright Arthur Jenmngs Helen Walter John Powell Helen Robinson ,Iohn Holbrook Norman Rindge Robert Wilson Ellnor Holbrook Second Ron QL to RJ Juanita Munson Frances Dudley Grace Berry Helen Burnham Rosalie Jennings 'Vhss I.aRoc'que Ruth Dowd Edna Gaylord Ann Olson Diblrma Pallenberg Thzrd Rau Schreiber Fourth Row CL to RD Bruce Burnham Irving Schubert Alvah Ryerson TOWER STAFF EDITOR John Powell BUSINESS MANAGERS ADVERTISING .Iohn Holbrook Helen Robinson Catherlne Wrl ht Chairman Alvah Ryerson LITERARY BOARD Lduh Funk Mary Jane Buff Helen Walter Chalrman Edna Gaylord CIRCULATION Helen Burnham Johanna Schrelber Juamta Munson Grace Berry Elinor Holbrook Chairman Diblrma Pallenberg Andrew Schreiber PHOTOGRAPHY lrvlng Schubert Rosalie ,Iennm s Robert Wilson Chairman Ann Olson STATISTICS Arthur Jennings Chairman lNorma Rlndge ART Lmma Becker Chairman Bruce Burnham Frances Dudley Shirley Wrlght TYPING Miss Emma M Hawkes Fllnor Holbrook lNorma Rind e Chalrman Warren Hill Ann Olson Edith Funk Thomas Gl8dM1D Ruth Dowd Emma Becker Avis Jones ATHLETICS 6 ,. .2 1 . . y . , , I 9 I 1 - a 1 l 1 1 ' '3 U v , i s , ' I , S A .I ' 7 Y 1 7 9 . . ' V: IL to RJ Warren Hill, Edith Funk, Mary Jane Burr, Johanna Schreiber, Avis Jones, Andrew . : , ' . . . . .U . D 5 7 U . 7 . . . . U z:- , . . T . 7 1 7 . 3 T . . . V' n . U . C 3 S ENIORS LX- I ff X J Fzrst Row Mlss Hawkes Elmor Holbrook Helen Walter Sec John Holbrook Vrce Pres John Powell Pres Norma Rlndge Treas Ann Olson Helen Robmson Second Row Edrth Funk Emma Becker Avrs Jones Arthur Jennmgs Irvmg Schubert Robert Wnlson Helen Burnham Catherme Wrlght Frances Dudley SENIOR CLASS ue have lost qu1te a few of our classmates what s left of us are seen dashmg madly about the blllldlflo' We are the smallest class ln Morgan, but we have our fingers 1n every ple When we were Freshmen 1t semed a lon cllmb to Senlor Hull Our Sophomore and ,lunlor years brought us closer to that deslred posltlon Now as we look back on those years It doesnt seem very long at all We have suddenly come to reallze that thls rs the last year we can spend together We are all looklng forward to the tlme we can all go out and take our place ln the great and modern world 8 7 . 7 . 9 . 9 ' , 5 Well, we're Seniors at last. It was a long, hard pull, but we made it. Although V . , , . a D. . v A V 7 . g . . . l ' 7 , . . W . . ' EMMA BECKER len know her well she ts so quiet Choral Club 1 Art Club 2 4 Morgan Tower 4 22-"' The artist of our class a never falling producer ol Q posters ulet and reserved Emma IS a charming example FSL- of that almost extmrt t DC the sh blushm schoolgirl .5 yr Y S """' It takes strength of character to remarn quiet ln spite, of .R "7'vxd3W"' ,,..f Q four years of exposure to our rrotous ways HELEN BURNHAM Better a mzschze than an mconvenzence Choral Club I Basketball 1 Sewing Club 4 Ivy Leaves 4 Morgan Tower 4 .Iumor Prom 3 Do you really want the truth Ask Mamne Shell tell 'TJ' 5 5 Nfl -1. 1 -ii- Mamne, S Franc If , I x those glasses to hlde the twmkle nn her eye when shes about to pull a fast one Just havmg her around keep us on our toes FRANCES DUDLEY To heal ls my ambmon Chorus I 2 3 fDeep Rxverl 4 fMorganJ Dramatxc 1 2 3 ID RJ Sceneshrfters 4 KVI! ,lunlor Prom 3 1D R J Dancing Club l 2 3 QD R J If you hear a soprano volce holdmg forth on the ex cellence of Pratt Institute and on the charms of a certam Pratt student you dont have to look to know that Francie IS around Though shes come to our class Just this year she has already become one of us 9 ',' 1 'ug IQ ' , ,ff -4 ff -O!! . V . . Q iilhfll . I 1 I . . . ? r 4 Q . . ' . l ' . 5 v L - . , A ' ,,.-li 44 X 5 -: 1 'x ,. Ill 'il f W . .I . , . f nf , . . . . ri tp, I A A ll you. There's a person who's really frank. Bet she wears 4 .I cs an - I W 3 , 1' T' , ' ' SV 1 Il 'E-T. s fl 23 'iff . - . CI club ,,,,,, . .3 3 ', X , lllg ' F 5 '. 1 j I fl 4, . ' ' . . . ll, I X .I ' 3 '."72c'7 QV. ' llllul U .1 4 ll"'-ll., EDITH FUNK If one ls sllent one IS safe Choral Club 1 .Iumor Prom 3 Morgan Tower 4 Stlll waters Edlth goes quretly about her buslness of belng a useful person ln preparatron for a career as secretary to some blg executlve We can see her now BECICIICY plus the power behmd the throne Shell probably become an executive herself Qulen sabre? TOM GLADWIN Good humor IS a passport anywhere Athletlc Council 3 President 4 Basketball Trophy Sceneshlfters 3 Jumor Prom 3 Morgan Tower Athletic Assocxatlon 2 3 4 Our loss IS the Navys gam Tom cant even walt finlsh the year What wlll we do wlthout our athlete and what wlll he do wrth the Spamsh hes been learnmg' Beware senontas' Of course after the war we can see h1m at Arthur Murrays taking over ELINOR HOLBROOK Nonsense makes the heart grow fonder Sceneshlfters 1 Student Councll 3 Ivy Leaves 4 Morgan Tower 4 Art Club 2 Treasurer 1 2 Junior Pr0m 3 Our woman of the world A future cosmopollte who keeps ln practxce for the day when shell be a world traveler by drlvlng to and from school 1n the Westbrook bus A good sport Chap greets lrfe with a serene confidence that will carry her far 10 o 31 'lf-le lb 3X Z at ,gf -La ?"w'xJ ""' 6 151-'55 L Ednfh ll' Ill l Sh- .T 11 if , 1 ,...,- MIK' ga. ff Chlfllyll IHY ... ' R ,ef 2 Q 4 Q . J . . , ' 4 X 1 , ' . 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Q X J JOHN HoLBRooK How happy could I be were the other dear charmer away Vtce Presldent 1 Student Councnl 1 Speaking Conteat 1 lMad1sonl Prestdent 2 3 Vlce Presldent 4 .lumor Prom 3 Morgan Tower 4 Cotxlllon Chalrman 4 A ronstant pursuer of the falr ones he Qtlll findb tmn. to take part wholeheartedly ln claes actlvltlee HN ready grin and dlplomatlc manner often msunng Qucmeas lle has kept our tongues waggmg over each new love but we know that under the gay exterlor he has sound Ideas whlch wxll help htm to achxeve lns ambmon to be a doctor ARTHUR JENNINCS uzpv and pranln and uanton uzlea one lnfters 1 3 4 Football 2 Baeehall 2 '3 4 B1 k t N or an omr nmol om 3 Atllletu A ocnatlonl 2 r l Q oker 1lw'1yQ tn e w 1 '1 xerlral prn nu and hxlpful Ill hz own faey g,om way We tlnnk lu ll make a wonderful hu hand Stand ln lme ,gxrls no puslnn AVIS JONES Appellte comes from talzng Ianrl Orchestra 1 flloral Clnlx I Ba krthall 1 IP d ofk y l rgan 0 che tra 2 Lllltfll f 1 tlrall 2 5 5 bcrnealnftcrs 2 3 4 Athletne A soclatxon 2 3 4 Our Qandmlrh packmg mama Avls has what mlg,ht be called an APPETITE or havent you ever een the lunch she pack Anyone gnawed hy hun er ln mud mornlng lb welcome to share the bountlful repasta 11 A I J X C19 2' HQ I- 1 ,I Y .- ,, SV' F l - , 1 I 2 - - 1 , Z as 'v - lxall 1, 2, 3, 4g Art Clulr 13 gl QI T " -lg J ' ' l'r 3 ' A: ss " ' , , 3, 4. Ou C as " , . . 1 l 'r ill . V ' at lc VVllf'!lCVf'I' life lwgins to look dull. Ile can lw serious tht gill sb' It ':.4 :'g. l' 2 , .' 3 I ' : s ' g FII ll "1' : Mo ' : r' s ' 3 ' 1 llnl 2, 3, 43 llaslu- . , I, 4: Field llockey 2, 45 fofl Ball 2, 3, -lg K' ANN OLQON Ihxsr 11112 lnow then all uonls o prune are 111111 on 1 1 Pnl' 1 1 4 11111 Rho 1 A Z fllf9llf'i1flfl' 1 3 4 l11n1or lrom 3 NIOIKHII Tow r 1 I 1 I Olllllflll ur ,. a111o11r 1 on mlom 1 or am 11' urly lr un f ' our ol l11r r1a mtnre'-tQ Nnml dont I11n her 1 ldllglilfllli 1111111111 1111.1 you we Gee ll her lxac mg 1 IILI at tha Lldllll? Lnnu l1 pep to conquer the world JOHN POWELL Ilh li Mllllf mu lllllhl, It ol mall Q thall 1 S 'HI111 mn! 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' Q iii.. li-- altlang ,3 HELEN ROBINSON .4 srnilr- for 1'III'lt, a frivml to ull. llo1'lu'y 2, 3, 4: Baslwtlxzlll 1. 2, 3, 43 511-n1'sl1ift1'rQ l. 2, 3, 43 .-Xtllll-tim' ffounvil 3: Sllllltqlll flllllIlK'll 41 S4'f'N'lilI'y' 2: llomv Nursing 21 Choral Clulu l. 3: Junior Pfltlll Jig Nlorgan Tower 43 Ivy Leavvs 4g Cotillion 4g l'l0I'lllll 4g Athletic Assoviation 1, 2, 3, 4. Our pin-up girl. Always full of pop. She-'s into every- thing, class activitic-s, sports. plans for dances. "When do we start planning the Cotillion?'l What would wc have done without her cht-erful cooperation. We'll bv swing her in the headlines-"R0l1l1ie rcvolutionizes the world." 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" ' ' 1- 1. 1' ll 'll MOST POPLLAR MOST ORIGINAL BEST INATURED BEST ATHLETE MOST BASHFLI MOST BRILI IANI BLUFFER OPTIMIST PESSIMIST CLOWN POLITILIAN CIGCLER NICEST SMILE WOMAN HAFFR MAN HATER LXAGGERATOR PALS MOST TA LKATIVE BEST DRESSED lOIxER NIOST SOPHIS I ILATED PFST DANCIR BEST ACTOR BEST ALIRI s5 NIAFESI WIT BEST LOOKING MOST LIKELY TO SLCCEED CLASS STATISTICS Tom Cladmn John Powell Arthur Jenmn 'Iom blaflwln Br b Wxlson ,lohn lowe Irving Schubert Tom blarluln Bob Wllson Irvln Schubert ,Iohn Powell Arthur ,Iennm S John Holbrook Bob NVIISOII Irv1n Schubert Arthur Jenmn ,Iohn Pow ell Irvm Schubert Tom Gladmn Arthur Ienmn John Holbrook F0111 Cladxun ohn lowell Tom blaclmn fhn I owell Tom Cladwln obn Powell 15 Helen Iloblnson Helen Burnham cE1lllPI'1IlC Wrm ht Norma Rlllil Idlth funk Helen Illllllll on Ann OI on Irancen Durllcw Nlorrna Illncl e Elllllbl' Holbrook Helen Robmson Helen Ilurnham Htlcn Ilclnn 1 I' nnna Iittkt r Ann Olson Helen Waltcr Norma lllnml Helen Wvalter Helen Robin J Elinor Holbrook Helen Robin on Ann Olson 'Xnn Olson III lt n lla Inn I llc lt n Ilurnlnnn Helen Rflblll o Helen Robin Ol W H 'Y - v Lt V , In v . gs I . . .gl . ge I , J ' 'I ' 5 . 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I Emma Becker leave to you Mary Jane the Job of taking notices Be sure and takc your time YVc all enjoyed the interruptions in classes I Edith Funk leaye to you Juanita Munson my quiet laugh Do with it as you like I Catherine Wrl ht leaye to you Eleanor Swain the job of refreshments for dances I had the Job four years You can take it from there I Helen Burnham lease to you Edna Gaylord my bi wool socks My but warm feet are a comfort' I lNorma Rlnd e leave to you Ruth Dowd my athlcfic ability Lets break all records I lfmma Becker leaye to you Ann Newsom the Job of making posters I hear you re doin a Good job already I John Powell leave to you Isabelle Fahrlncer my initiative You should really ,et thin s done now I Tom Cladwin leaye to you Louie Hill my danclno ablllty Wlth my help you should be an expert I Ann Olson leave to you Andy Schreiber my supersalesmanshlp It may help you sell more VI ar Stamps next yea the tcacher thunk you re paylno attention I Helen Robinson lease to you Cc-or e Hill my blush Bctween us we should get a beautiful shade Anyway I we had mine long enou h I Helen Walter leaxe to you Bruce Burnham my Cl0OdllI1gS With your ablllty for drawln cartoons you may find some use for them I John Holbrook leaye to you Bert Burnham my way with the women Need I add more I Emma Becker leaye to you Camille Lei sner the Grammar School lunch room You simply l nt realize what vitamins mean I Elinor Holbrook leave to you Betty Hansen and Mldbe Kroupa the walk down town at noon May the cobbler make as much profit on you as he did on me I Bob Wilson leaye to you Rosalie ,lcnnrngs my bobby socks If it gets told you may need them We the class of 11 leaye to you the cllss of 46 all the concert and head aches needed to be seniors In witness whereof We haye hereunto subscribed our names and fixed our eals this thirteenth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred forty fiye Witnesses Bobby qocks and the Voice 19 7 7 V 7 7 . , 7 . Y I , , I , I . 9 g e I 9 V 9 Q a V a V : g V 5 - a , . U V v r E . I . . , A s 5 9 t 5 1 - 7 J 'h 7 l I 7 V' 7 ' , . . ff U D . 7 T 7 7 Q 7 ' , - I U 17 ' A C ' sc vu - , 66 - as - - D, - - Y ' 7 7 7 7 ' , ca as - ' 7 7 7 7 ' , I , , I, Avis Jones, leave to you, Donald Chalker, my questions. They' may make L I I , v' fr . . s M a I v 7 f g 1 V I ' I Y . , Y Y ,V . U , f - - 1 o ' 7 7 I 7 7 ' v. U . D 7 ' , ca va - 7 7 7 7 ' L 9 9 l a I Y 9 '5 9 L . , . . . . ' fn ' . . . U V 7 7 7 7 H ,, . v Y . I . V H . 7 7 I 7 7 I . 7 , . , D 7 I , - Y u 1 , X I I J ' M ' ' 1 1 4 - v ' ' Q . . Y . v . V 7 7 CLASS HISTURY Whlle hxstory rs berng made on the battlefront and the world IS bemg torn asunder we have en deavored to here set down a brlef but complete hlstory of our four years at Morgan Followmg the usual cycle of alfaxrs we pro gressed from Freshmen to Senlors a feat whlch 1n 1tSClf IS not outstandlng but the small events that make llfe 1nterest1ng fortlfled us durlng these four arduous years As Freshmen we held a CetAcqua1nted Party and from that t1me on were an exact repllca of a Scottlsh Clan Clngerly and bashfully we par tlclpated ln all school actlvltles and wlth sllghtly more courage and POISC entered lnto our Sopho more year relnforced by a new group of students Hlgh A Thanksglvlng Dance held 1n the Andrews Memorlal was our first venture of any great magm tude So successful was It that we were 1n plred to sponsor a dance ln the Spring for the benefit of the Cllnton Servlcemen s Fund We also dug down deep 1nto our jeans and purchased class rlngs Wlth these on our 1I1kSl3.lIlf'd hands we felt that we had at last arrlved 1n Morgan Thus IH June another season rn the Morgan theater closed and we adjourned for a brlef TCSPIIC to prepare our costumes for the comlng openln The S1 ptember of our ,lunlor year found us emergmg from our summer lethargy to behold new vlstas as upperclassmen To start the year w1th a bang the school was glVCH an outlet for all 1ts pent up energy at our Modern Old Fashloned Dance If the Leglon Hall Wlth our fingers ln every ple we found that the year whlzzed by We were startled by the annual Iunlor Prom knocklng on our door Speaklng modestly we must admrt t was a huge success Soclally we h1t the jack pot and financxally our bank book was not llghtened Semor year our class was convoked by the openlng of school on a sad day for our d1m1n1shed numbers Many of our he men had departed to fight the battles of our country and several more left to do thelr share durlng the course of the year We missed these classmates lmmeasurably but forced ourselves to contmue our act1y1t1es We edrted the Mor an Tower sponsored the Chrlstmas Cot1ll1on and at thls dance reylyed some of the old tradltlons and customs that had been abandoned As our last year approached a grand finale we reallzed how enamored we were of dear old Morgan Today IS a sorrowful day ln our youn l1ves We must now leave the shelterlng portals of Morgan but l1lce our classmates who have been forceo to leave a l1ttle prematurely we too plan to do our share ln thls upslde down world to contmue sup portln the blg league baseball game college foot ball and Uncle Sam We all w1ll follow drverse paths ln the future but these past four years and the frlendshlps made w1ll long be remembered and cher1shed . . . . H ,, . . 3 . . , - . Y - g ' , , : . ' ' , V , . . , . i . l 1 n n Q! 7 - 9 Y U ' ' 9 7 7 - 9 ' ' E6 - ' 75 I . . - ' La - as . . , . . . . . 5 7. . . . . . Y . 7, , - a . 1 I 3 ' . from Westbrook who had formerly attended Hand g - S' . ' 1 , 7 7. Y . .D u , U . . . Y - Y Y , cc . ' S 1 , , 7, 7 9 ' ' ' 5 CS ,, . . . ' ' g ' . I u - 1 J D , GE ' 7, ' ' , l 1 ' 7 7 D ' J a 1 . . . ' ' - 7 ' - I I U Q g I 7 U ' C. , . . 5 . . 7 ' Gi 77 ' ' 20 ggi-:Jim UNDERGRADUATES TY LWB :' - ! I --PAA '. . , . fi I ' Q f I Q I Y : Q I I 2 Il Q I - 1 a 0 O ...I I f I -.-. f .-2: l i 3 E ' Front Row left to right Mlss La Rocque L RlIlt0lll l Fahrlnger D Lllrleh W l'l1ll A Ryerson B Burnham Mlss Morse Second row A Newsom M Kroupa B Hansen C' Washburn B Green F Wernlclce M Cyphers F Wysowskl ,lSchre1ber D Pallenberg S Wrlght Thzrd Row ll Ceslck B Mldgley E Swam G Berry D Burnham ,l Comg C Lerssner R Jenmngs Nl Burr R Butland A Pardo J Munson W Passera D Chalker JUNIORS The Jumors really feel up 1n the world th1s year, s1nce they re now upper classmen They began the year wlth the electron of class oflicers Warren H1ll presxdent, Donald Ullrlch, v1ce presldent, Isabelle Fahrlnger secretary and Alvah Ryerson, treasurer Shlrley Wrlght and Andrew Schrleber were elected from the class to be Student Councll representatlves, and dld a fine job ln boostlng the sale of Defense Stamps Work was then begun on the Morgan Tow er and the Junlors were asked to help Although they dldnt do much of the actual work on the book there were several odd Jobs that they d1d that helped to complete lt ln November the ,lunlors sponsored a Sadle Hawkms Day dance w1th cos tumes and all whlth proved to be qulte a success ln May they held thelr first formal dance, the annual ,lunlor Prom The ,lumors have set a hlgh standard for themselves, and we re sure they w1ll l1ve up to lt 22 - . , . , . , . , . , . . , l. l . 1 . , . , . . , a. , . . , . - , '. C, . , ., , I , . , , T. . . ' ' . 9 ' I Y ' T 1 . 7 ' 9 ' 9 ' . 9 ' Y " 7 ' '7 A ' 7 R. Burnham. Fourth Row-A. Schreiber, G. Soderslrom, E. Gaylord, R. Dowd, L. Scrhrempp, , . , . , . , . . ' CC 37 ' ' ' 7 , : , - 7 7 . V V ' , . , v 7 ' cc ' - ss V- A , ' Q h . ' 7 V . . . , . First row left to rlght Mr Allen H Bridges T Gustafson C Peterson D Munson A Olson P Norton M Rmtoul Second row C Sammut R Co tello J Rmdge H Mondam E D1x 'X Shaw J Berlnger B Anderson ,l Walker .l D1Bella B Spencer Thxrd row H Frodl row W Schumack A Walton G Rollar R York D Swam W Dutrleuxlle SOPHOMORES The Sophomores are now veterans of two years 1n Morgan, and at last are be frlnnlng to be recogmzed for the good class they are Electlon of officers was thelr fxrst buslness of the year Daud Munson presldent, Carl Peterson, VICC presldent Theodora Gustafson secretary, and Davld Holbrook Treasurer were elected to lead the class The Sophomores must have thelr part 1n the Student Councll so the class elected Barbara Spencer and Mallory RIHIOUI All the school actn 1t1es have been well upheld by the actne Sophomores, and by next year when they become upperclassmen they ll know the ropes well and carry on IH true fashlon 23 H. Dibble, P. MacBride, N. Newsom, B. Schubert, K. Emerlon, E. Wallace, A. Schubert. Fourth D. . . . . - . , 7 V . , Qtji lf' Front row left to right Mrs Whelan ,I Holbrook D Darnstatdt ll Tukeva R Peterson Bell fuwtrth M Sitter Qefond row Wa ner L lwar M Kramer l Bee er B llagg C, ith lx Pugh J jfnfs A Slmonellt I 'Nl lglu 5 Dthhle llnrtl ro lx Bartn J Itnrlner A Ntannard B Swain C Donahue B Burnham 'NI ,Iuhnsnn 'Nl lohn nn ,I Rm oul l'0llrth row JHCLIO f latt Hear tv l hum a I Nlttlplev fifth row W Trtnik ,I Kfley S 'Norton A fooper 0 Bratnard L Dahlbtrg, I lukv 5 Werntcke D Griswold Sixth row 1' Williams F Look on 1 Yece K Olson ,I Nlartln R Robbins E Dihble R Jensen G Stembath F RESHMEN The Freshmen, the li ht of the upper classmen s lives de ended upon Morown with the sta, erin tat least for Mor an? sum of fifty five students They started the ball rollin, by electm ofliters Thomas Well president Richard Peterson wtce president Helen 'lukeva secretary and Hamlin Bell treasurer were elected to lead the class through their first year. Alan Looper and Frank Williams were 'elected as Student Council members. They were active in all sports and other school activities and made a nreat show- in in Sceneshifters. Their main business for their first year was the orderinl of their class rin S which really makes them feel they belon . lNow that they have been with us for a year and are considered 'in' , they can have the fun of watchin, the new Freshmen come next Year. We re sure they will do justice to the Mor an School. 24 CLASS OFFICERS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS John Holbrook Helen Walter Norma Rlndge Mrs Short advlsor John Powell JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Isabelle Fahrlnger SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Davxd Holbrook Davld Munson Carl Peterson Teddy Gustafson FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Thomas Wall Richard Peterson Hamlln Bel Helen Tukeva 25 - I ' I, Warren Hill, Donald Ullrich, Alvah Ryerson, , I , l I, Merrrll K Platt PP M1ss lxaren Anderson r S Mr Conrad Berker r S N11 Vlrllranr Beebe A Mr llanrtl Howler Q M Jane lirorke 1 rnc t C lgllflll l 4 X Burnr r 1 Dorothy C lmstoplrer M1 Clara Cuslnn rn Mrs Robert Custer Mrss Charlotte Dowd Lt or Mrs lNOIIHE1Il Drew Mrs Clrrrstopher Fay Mrs Ruth Hawthorne Tray Mrss Rachel lreedrnan Mr Sr Mrs Henry J Frank Mrs Charlotte Gladwrn Mrss Lors Gl3dMlH Mrs Elrzabeth Green Mrss Emma M Hawkes Mr 8. Mrs John A Her sler Mr 8. Mrs Chapman Holbrook Capt Sr Mrs John A Holbrook I' I' 8 81 Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Rlchard Hosrer George S Hull C Mrlton Jennrngs LCWIH Joel Anthony Kroupa Mrs Henry Kroupa Mrs Martha Kublsta Mr Sr Mrs A E LaRocque Mr 8. Mrs A L LaRocque Mrss Jeanne LaRocque Mr 8 Mrs Martrn Lehman SfSgt Donald Marquard Mrss Joyce Marquard Mrss Lors J McNeelV TRONS m r N1 r Nlre Nlr N r r r I' I' I' I' 8 Mrs Walter Moore Helen Nlarre Morse .X Nlr LEWIS H Mur1 o Shepard N Murdoek Xi 1ll1a111 J Neldllll cf Alb: rta Nel on P dw ard Crlbert Norton N rs Mrs Mrs Rryrnond R Norton Walter Olnrstead Lnnl Pallenbt rg Mrs J K Iowell Doublas Reed 8. Mrs Warren W Rrchards Capt Sr Mrs lNorman Rrndge I' 81 Mrs James Rrntoul S. Mrs Frederrck M Robrnson 8. Mrs Salyatore Ronna S. Mrs Alyah J Ryer on Mrs Sr Mrs Alllll0 Sabbatrnr Mr 8. Mrs Arthur Salldrn Mr 8. Mr I T Schubert M S. Mrs Sherman Mrss Luerlle Sprcer S. Mrs Sr Mrs Sz Mrs 81 Mrs Sr Mrs Crlbert Starrnard Alfred Stevens Raymond F Swarn Theodore Wahle Thomas H Walker Mrss Lucrlle Washburn Mrss Carrle Wellman Mr Sr Mrs Patr1ckJ Whelan Mr 81 Mrs E S Wrlson Mlss Betty Wrrght Mr 81 Mrs E T Wrrghr Mrs Loulse 0 Wrrght Mr Robert York T 1 . . y A M D M ', ,. M. 5. - -' Ass M . Q fs. " " M . ' 1 s. " . S T1 Lt. ' 1 s. 4 'f ' 1 -- -J ' Ma w was A. Mr. 8 M 's. Ii' as 1. larn jlrs. f r ' S Mr. L f-f1 rg- 1 . lam M . I ' J' ' I NI S. N. 11. 111,-1 M . S M Q. if -' Mass ,W 1 1 31 - 8 '- ' M Mr- 8 Mrs. Kvrmil C4,um,,,mm-he Mr. 8 Mrs. C. Robert Olson 15, ' - M- A 1 2 M . 8 Mrs. l ' ' ,, I . , M . S r. , ' . ' k A , , Mr. 8. . . . ' ' . ' . 1 - - V M S- 'T N I 'Q 4' M . ' . . ' ' - T U Mr. ' . ' 4 I V' Mr. ' . ' ' ' 1' M . ' ,. ' . j s M . Sr . ' ' MF- ' - ' Mr. ' . . Ml- ' - Dr. . . ' ' MT- - - I M . 81 . ' MT- ' - Mr, 31 , Mr. ' . . Mr. Sr . ' l I 2 A A Tlvmss waiwv 6. Qmfppwx S--1-K ell gig! X gf N W E ' G' 'Cir Fm g f'13ii k N - '.,,,J X ' 6 IT.. f 4,9 - iff Xxx! ll 9 X g 'ma .9 l 9 ' 642' 1 ' 6 N X' ' WW M ' . W N 1 U X ' IM, i N xy X I W - ' A F v 1- -,aff Co, if If "QS 5 Xf g " f - ff' 'WG Wig 'Wwrrmt i l 1 E ff' DRS., f FIISI row left to rlght A Cooper W Dutrleulle R Butland D Swam O Bramard Second row C Platts M Kroupa D Pallenberg A Jones N Rmdge C Wrlght C Berry A Ryerson I Pahrlnger H Walter A Olson H Robmson J Walker N Newsom Third row J Powell NIIQS Spicer L Stembamh A Newsom J D1Bella A Wagner J Mldgley R Pugh A Palm J Rlndge R Costello L Evarts C Sammut S Dxbble B Spencer J Jones H Brxdges Fourth row D Munson R Bartnett C Lelssner T Gustafson B Schubert A Shaw B Burnham Wallace E Neuwlflll J 'Vlartm A Jennmgs W H111 Frfth row C Peterson C Smlth Dudley H Tukeva J Berlnger J Munson R Jennings J Mldgley A Schubert Slxth row MacBr1de M Hoadley J Schreiber B Hansen B Green M Kramer A Pardo Seventh row Norton R Dovsd J Lmdner J Holbrook C Donahue D Darnstaedt E Swam B Swam Jensen Elghth row W Sthumack C Vece R Burnham R York B Burnham R Robbins SCENESHIFTERS Thls IS the club that started the year off vuth a bang Under the dlrectlon of Miss Splcer the whole club was reorganlzed wlth oflicers elected, a constltutlon drawn up 'ind plns purchased Wlth the Klck Off Dance the Sceneshlfters opened Morgan s soclal aCtlVltlCS for the year Thelr next enterprlse was the One Act Play Contest, whlch was somethlng new for Morgan and a tremendous success The Freshmen won the first place, and the Senlors second At the opemng of the contest the new Sceneshlfters shleld, whlch now hangs 1n the mam hall of Mor an was shovsn to the audlence by Mr Joel At Christmas tlme Sceneshlfters was abaln at hand ThlS tlme the program was wrltten and managed by several of the students Continued 28 1. ,ff f ' . ,f -- A L H , f ew.. -' T Riff f -- J, 113' ...-.2 x A 5 gi .fl V' J we , A Q Q i J L , of 2 . on -'-- " and-4 'W' , ' 'NSS-N.. . I J .. . exp K ., W ' 9 'N -' ' ' V - - . , . , . , . , . . g . , . , . , . , . , . , 1. , , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . g . , A . , . ' , . , , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ' , . ., . , . , . , . ', . . : . . , . ' , . , . , . , . . , . , E . X . . . . H . . , . , . A , . , . . , . . , . , F. , . , , . , . , . , . , . . g I, . - . U . , . , . . , . . , . , . , . . , 5. , . ' , . , . , . , . , . . , . , R. . , . - , . - . , . , . , . . ? 7 K n ' 5 . . . , . . Cf ' 7 C , . . A i J cr . n SCENESHIFTERS THE GOOSEBERRY MANDARIN SOMETHING TO HOLD ONTO Freshman Play Senior Play Raymond Bartnett Charlotte Donahue Arthur Jennm Q Helen Walter Helen Robmson Betsy Burnham lolm Powell SCENESHIFTERS ftontmucdj new lilllfl of dame ts is Hill earlx III the Spun dit the nann f 1 t J me lJlfOI'lll0ItS were to reprf sc nt 1 nl ltr um inc tht re V515 1 Orr str s As llQll'll tht ea on was lvrou ht to a drain ltu clo L with the prutntttton of the 'tnnu ll thru act play held ln the Andrt ne lhltlllfbfldl lht wc tr for Scene hlltc r new 1 Suue Qful one and lCI'ld1llly one to he rcmem bcrul as It had lald a firm f0l1ItCl21llUIl for the club rn future yt lrs PLTILR RLD CARN ATIONS Sophomore Plas Junlor Play Blllx Dutrleullle Jeananne Berln er Juanita Munson Alwah Rwerson Warren H111 Joan Walker 29 T Y I ' 5 7 gr? T e l A ' ' ' 'z g' " ' H' ' Q " gl nn " ' - o . hlllilll - dnl" dat '. 'r z ' 3 ' 2 z 'gl Al 1.1 l ' '25 . ll t 'l JV. This dance was to raise funds for the New England One-Art l'lay Contest. . t ' S S " 5 gl 1 ' 7 7 sl ' ' 'Q' i ' t L 1 3- . Iv, ' X V1 At x '. s ' ' , , ' . ' . . . . . . - . , . ' v , -z . ' 's 1 s . . - 5- , - 1 1 ' ' ' 1 - ' W -mi ' fl Q 7 l ltr 7 l 1 Y .Y 1 l . Front row left to right Mrs Whelan H Robinson A Schreiber J Powell S Wright Back row B Spencer A Cooper M Rmtoul F Williams A Olson STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Councll expands each year to include new activities It has nine members who have been continually busy sellin war stamps Thls was the largest 'ind most rmportant project of the group this year The organization represents the whole student body and all problems that affect the school are brought to its attention This year in order to insure that the students present a neat appearance, this small representative group devised a set of rules re u latrng the clothing to be worn ln school. Weekly assemblies, held every Friday at 2:20, were originated by the Council, and the task of arranging the program and seeing that all went well fell into their capablef?l hands. Student Council pins were presented to each Council member at the beginning of the year, an emblem of honor, proudly worn by its possessors. The officers of the organization were: John Powell, President, Andrew Schreiber, Vice President, Helen Robinson, Secretary, Shirley Wright, Treasurer. The oHicers, under Mr. ,loel's guidance, formulated a constitution, in order that a permanent record of all rules and regulations might be on hand in the years to come. The Student Council is each year becoming a more important and respected group! 30 Front row left to nght W Hull N Rmdge D Pallenberg A Schrerber Back row R ,Iennmgs R Dowd ATHLETIC COUNCIL As has been 1ts custom the Athletlc Councll elected 1ts oflicers for the year 1944 45 1n the sprmg of 1944 The results of thls electlon were Tom Gladwm President Warren Loule Hlll VICE Presldent Norma Rlndge Secretary and Dlblrma Pallen berg Treasurer Soon after the openlng of school Tom left for the servlce Louie moved up to replace him and Andy Schrelber took office as VICE President Rosalle Iennmgs and Ruth Dowd were selected to complete the Councll Thelr work this year has conslsted of raxsmg funds for varlous projects connected wlth athletlcs Among these are funds for trophles to be presented at graduation for the new bleachers that have been lnstalled 1n the gym and for students who mlght be mjured and not have the money for medxcal care Thls last fund 15 to be contlnued 'md enlarged each year To ralse these funds season tlckets for the boys basketball games were sold Admission fees for the glrls basketball games charged thls year for the first time helped to swell the funds There has also been a sale of crew caps to the student body The job faclng the Councll thls year was a blg one but we feel that they have done well and have introduced some new and worthwhlle ldeas 31 Flrst row left to nght B Mud ley E Swam H Tukeva J Bermger A Jones F Dudley Wrlght NIIQS Hawkes R Dowd C Le1ssner B Qwam C Platts Second row L Schrempp Stannard G Berry S Dlbble R Costello J Qchre1ber B Green M Cvphcrs B Pugh Wagner A Newsom B Spencer B Burnham C Donahue B Neuwxrth Thlrd row B Hansen Evarts J Nlrdgley C Wa hburn R AllJI'aCCl0 Nl Hoadley Fourth row N1 Kramer C Smlth N Newsom ,l M1dgley D Burnham ,I Lmdner J Holbrook D Darnstaedt CHORAL CLUB On September 9 under the guldance of MISS Hawkes fifty three glrls met to form our 1944 4-:J Choral Club Many of these were newcomers, Freshmen, bubbling w1th enthus1asm eager to follow the lead of the calm self assured upperclassmen who had been members rn prevlous years The first goal of the club was the preparatlon of a group of songs to be performed durlng the course of the One Act Play Contest The rehearsals were frequent and energetrc Our prlma donnas could be heard around the school tantallzmg us wrth snatches of melody We were well rewarded on the evenlng of the1r debut by a charmlng ensemble that san well and w1th eudent enjoyment under the able dlrec t1on of lVl1ss Hawkes By that tlme Chrlstmas was almost 1n Sl ht and the club set to work preparmff carols for the Chrlstmas program The fHlTllllal' alrs SOLIIld1I1U through the halls ln creased our pleasurable antlcrpatlon of both the program and the hollday Commencement week agam saw the Choral Club ln the tocal spotllght Slllfflflg at both the Class Day and the Gf3dUHtlOH exerclses Altogether our songsters have had a good year havmg fun themselves and 0'1N1ll0' pleasure to others 3 I '- ' 3 ' I S v - ' ' v - a - G v - 1 - a C. 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Y. . . - C z- rn a C - C . . , D V v o Y o 2 First row left to right Miss Hawkes W Hull J Powell ll Robxnson Second row ll Burnham E llolbrook N lNew om b Bcrry ,I 'Nlunson Third row A Ryerson l Burnham B Burnham IVY LEAVES Last year a group of enthusxastlc scholars called a meetmff of any students lnter ested m puhllshlng a school newspaper The g13ll'l9I'lIlf1 was small but enthuslasm was so great that mstead of llllllllllg clrculatlon to our present students, we de nded to lnclude on our I'H31l1Ilf' l1st former students of Morfvan who are 1n the SCIVILC We continued the same pollcy thls year John Powell was elected to the key posltlon of edltor IH chlef Edltors of each department, with Miss Hawkes comprlse the aflusory board Many congratulatory letters have been rexelved from the fellows ID the servxce, pralsmff the staff on the exullent work they have bcen Cl0lI'lf" The mam purpose of the paper lb to brmg 1 llttlc of bonu to the alumna ln the service by glVlfl"' them the news of the day conccrnmf thc xctnltnes of Mor an 33 : - : J, . , . , . , .. - - . , ' 1 .. 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V . ' ' 7 GG 99 ' Y ' ' L6 79 ' 7 7 5 7 ' CG ' 79 a p U ' 1 . . 1. . . , , C, A 7 . . . . 7 5 2 , X6 , . , 1 ' . ' x 0 JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET X ,ff X 1 f 5 N" Z, 'ff , 'Ps f xx X 'X 4 ,x 1 . ' hiv fix . n , - . v Q If I tl , . 1 If nf V 1: v . I 5 W Q ". 4 f . 5 "fm -. ,na'.f""'. 7 AWN Q. .QI N9 Q YSASP X fa. 4 W 9 A 0 ' H1 V r SW4i.vfz ,WVLYQI Q . Q5 Q3 Q Q W 45, 'T x A xx W ? K A ., Air: X W f v U 'E l U . f Q .1 A I t ui' 5 5 T 1 1 .BW Front row left to rlght Mr Allen G Soderstrom A Jenmngs D Ullrlch J Powell R Burnham W Schumack G Vece Second row E D1bhle D Griswold F Cookson li Jensen W Hlll C Olson F Wllllams H Bell Third row O Bramard A Ryerson R York A Schrelber A Cooper Fourth row J Martin H Geslck l Rlntoul R Bartnett D 'Nlunson FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM Forwards Forwards Sehrelber Dlbble Munson Olson Martin Center Centers Bartnett Jennlnfrs Guards Vece Gesxek Guards Ryerson York H1 Ullrleh BASKETBALL A dublous season seemed 1n store for Morcans 1944 45 basketball team M Allen our new teacher and eoaeh was faced wlth the problem of assemblmg a team from lnexperlenced materlal as the major portlon of our excellent varsity team of last year elther Draduated or entered the servlee Dlllgent work on the part of both the boys and the coach whlpped up a team contmued 40 - : . , .. , ., ., . , . , . , . , . . -. , . .' , . , . ,, . , . , . , . . -. ' , . I , . , . , . . -. , . :',.. , . , ., . C . . , . U -. . l'. u 1 1 . . 7 7 7 . U BASIxI:TB XLL ILOIIIIIILILCU 11 11eh dsfinllflx SI11muI povl 11 lllt 1 1 4 au Ill of the 1 s ll 1 lt s bL0f'f.b IKIIIQI' NILIOTIUU 1101 ure l 1 is ihl 'I 1 e of d I rt 111111sh1p UII thc lrt 0 thc 111 December 2 Jwnuary Februarw BASKFTBALL SQHEDL LE Clmton Town Team CIIIIIOII Saybrook I rail TTIIIIIW lNus Hawen Durham M ldlSOIl Gullford Durh 1111 I rail Saxlrrook Old Ly 1111 Iwiddlbllll Old I ,me Moodue C ullforcl gm Irruoh SQOX LIIIIIOII LIIIIIOII M IIIISUII Lhnton I l111tu11 Illt 111 I IIIIIOII U I ymc I IIIIIOII CIIIIIOII LIIIIIOII Cmlforcl 'I fllllly INU1 Har enb 'Vf 11 H neu The Shore Lme Tournament plax offs were Irelm11r1ar1cs February 16 501111 Iwxnals Fcbruiry 20 and Flnals February 25 it-D 5 ew 'Q Q1 .2 .f fm' 1 X xx 41 'I " ' ' 5 ' :fl 'I' WS. Will ?ZlI'I'l guru' tha' tf'u111 IlIlIlI'0X't'II. z1mI thc gh 501 - - S1111-5 were Ullf'-.'IlIt'tI, the le-ar :uu1I-1'-I1a1lur1c'4-ml with 5111111 very 1-lusc WI ' - ' S or , the r111tsta111fIi11g ff-at '- of ill the gunws va Q 1 Al'- tud, goo s 111 s z ' - pa f all 1 I ps. 3 ' ' - ' 12 4, , k 4, - 15 , Ifgj 21 . . 44 44 -4 4 4 J , . 4 4 3 . . 5 z 'L 9 . . . . 12 L I ' 16 I 1 19 4 ' I ' 23 4' 1 IKI 1' I 26 f 'f I ' 30 1 ' A . 4, 2 4 ' ' 6 fl ' 1 ' 9 I ' ' 4' .Yr ' ' . I ' z ' . , 4 . . , , . . ' , 2 . ' , ' , , ' f . .-,r. .. 4 1 V 'I If ' .,4 ' . 3 4 .44 Q l FORWARDS ftop row l to ri 'Vlary Jane Burr Rosalie Jennings Janice Rmdge Shlrley Wright Allce Olson Dlbxrma Pallenberg Ruth Dowd GUARDS tbottom row l to rj Helen Robmson Juanita Munson Joanne Walkcr Amelia Stannard Ann Pardo Norma Rmdge GIRLS ATHLETICS Clrls sports have been conducted thls year wlth much enthuslasm and Splflt Durlng the fall season, several girls partlclpated ln a game of field hockey played mth MadlS0n under the able supervlslon of Mr Joel The game was well fought, and the opponents managed to score only one goal So much vlgor was shown by both teams that the ball came ln contact wlth the gurls llmbs more often than xt dld w1th thelr hockey stlcks The basketball season started wlth a bang It was the most popular sport of the year and several of the glrls partlclpated wlth much eagerness Out of forty five glrls that trled out, twelve were selected for the varslty, which played a schedule of mne games Mlss Spxcer, their able and patlent coach, had much to do wlth the success continued 42 1 n 1 L , - N, , 9 . , . , . , . . , l 9 1 7 Y ' 7 . , . . . . . . Y. . . . . . . , . . . . ' cc 77 . 9 ' ' Y. . . . . U . . . . . . GIRLS ATHLETICS fcontmuedj of the team The team was composed mostly of ,lumors and Semors because of thelr past experlence but a few well chosen Sophomores and Freshmen were selected to carry on the work 1n the followmg years whlch we hope wxll be as successful as thls one has been On the warm sprlng days several energetlc glrls could be seen practlclng softball to be played wlth Guilford MadlSOD Saybrook Old Lyme Essex and Deep Rlver The glrls cooperated so well under the dlrectnon of Mrss Spxcer that the season provcd most successful GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE January Madlson Cllnton Madlson Madlson Guilford Gllnton March Saybrook Clmton Old Lyme Old Lyme Saybrook Saybrook Essex Glmton Old Lyme Cllnton Nlllliifm 7 30 . . February 9 Guilford Guilford 13 ' ' 27 ' ' 2 . 6 9 16 ' 20 ' Left to rrght Ann Olson Rosalre Jennmgs Allce Olson Helen Walter Dxbnrma Pallenberg CHEERLEADERS YEAH' RAH' RAH' TEAM' The Cheerleaders thls year seemed to be lnfected wxth maglcal sp1r1t and pep that enabled them to lead the audlence ln rousmg cheers no matter what the score In thelr Rmso Whlte outfits wxth the blue Morgan letters and thelr blue megaphones they were a brlght spot Ill every game Miss Splcer dlrected the Cheerleaders and her able guldance was a strong reason for thelr great success The cheers were suggested by the student body but the Cheer leaders must be commended for the actlon that accompamed them and for the fact that the audlence was fam1l1ar vuth the new cheers for lt was thelr job and a hard one too to plan all the motlons and to take charge of the pep assemblles The loyal cheermg and good sportsmanship at the basketball games may be credlted to Morgan s grand cheerleaders the most faithful and the pepplest of the team s fans 44 7 4 7 5 5 ' 9 - as - - as - - 9 U . 9 . - , ' as - 77 - . 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