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MR LINDSAY M FLETCHER
We the Class of 1948 ln apprecuatnon for the many
and memorable deeds dedicate thus elghth edntuon of
the Morgan Tower to you Mr Lundsay M Fletcher our
perfect fruend and guide
Words cannot express all of the work and fine
thmgs that you have done for us m these two years
that you have been with us here In our school Not
only have you had our Interest at heart but also you
have set an excellent example for us to follow ln our
Thus ns only a small token of our appreclatnon nn
comparlson to your undylng frnendshlp and your ever
MR NORMAN L DREW
As a class we also owe many thanks to a man who
has not only been classed as our favorlte teacher but
also has been a wlllmg worker In our varlous under
taknngs Our success In those functxons has largely
been because of hls Interest un the students and hrs
unfanlnng hard work In everythlng that they have done
Hns hard work and Interest In the Jumor Prom
helped make the dance a great success both finan
cually and socially Again this year he helped promote
the Cotnllnon and made It one of the most engoyable
events of the entire year
Now as we leave to go on to future llfe we want
hum to know how grateful we are to hum and how
much we appreclate all he has done for us durmg
our years wxth htm at Morgan
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Business Manager - RAYMOND BARTNETT
Patricia Wagner, Chairman Barbara Swain, Chairman
James Rintoul Nancy Chalker
Aline Palm Rhea Albraccio
Julia Jones Irene Becker
Richard Anderson Frank Williams
Hamlin Bell Edward Dibble
Lillian Steinbach Stannard Norton
Carol Smith, Chairman Susan Dibble,
James Martin James Martin
William Trnik Hamlin Bell
Helen Tukeva, Chairman
Left to Right-First Row: Lillian Steinbach, Patricia Wagner, Anges Wagner, Sis Stannard,
Ruth Pugh, Florence Timmerman, Carol Smith. Second Row: Lois Evarts, Rhea Albraccio,
Hamlin Bell, Frank Williams, James Martin, Helen Tukeva, Barbara Lynch, Susan Dibble,
Third Row: Jeanne Lindner, Aline Palm, Barbara Swain, Nancy Chalker, Betsy Burnham,
Elinor Nutt, Betty Neuwirth. Fourth Row: Charlotte Donahue, Frank Brailing, Lincoln Dem-
ing, William Trnik, Edward Dibble, Thomas Wall, James Rintoul, Julia Jones. Fifth Row:
Stannard Norton, Ray Bartnett, Richard Anderson, Roger Hanlon. Last Row: Mr. Duguid.
THE SENIOR CLASS
The Senior Class started the year with a new faculty member as their advisor, Mr.
John Duguid. With the Tower and annual Christmas Cotillion, the Seniors have been kept
occupied. Although unfamiliar with the curriculum, Mr. Duguid has been eager to help
whenever the class needed support.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to Right: Hamlin Bell, Treasurer, Helen Tukeva, Secretary, James Martin, Vice-President,
Frank Williams, President.
RAYMOND DARDS BARTNETT
Men of few words are the best men
RH EA ELAlNE ALBRACC IO
"Friendship is the bond of reason."
Born Clrnton Connectrcut November B 1930
Actrvrtres Choral Club 1 Sceneshrfters 2 3 4 Hr Y 1
lf you put rn a call to Saybrook and a cheery operator answers wrth number please you can
bet that rt rs our frrend Rhea Our Commercral coed can always be tound typrng up the
absence lrsts or addrng up a long strrng of figures Rhea plans to follow the commercral field
and wrth all her experrence durrng her years at Morgan she cannot help but be a success
However rt must be understood that Rhea should not be consrdered a book worm for her male
admrrers are numerous Her experrence rn typrng was put to good use by the Yearbook Stall
and she helped us make those deadlrnes
RICHARD LEONARD ANDERSON
Men have humor when they know rt not
Born Hartford Connectrcut August 7 1929
Actrvrtres Forestry Club 2
Tall red headed good natured Rrchard lrke "Lrttle John rn Robrn Hood has a nrckname that
rs the opposrte of hrs appearance He lrkes females rn general and a convertrble coupe School
and homework are the marn thorn rn hrs srde and are about the only thrngs rn thrs world he
finds to grouch about Goose rs lookrng forward to ownrng a convertrble of hrs own lre rs
wrld about rurcy steaks and huntrng dogs Rrchard s future rs a lrttle uncertarn now but wrth hrs
parse and hrs qurck mrnd he wrll be a success rn any field that he chooses
Born Mount Vernon New York October 23 1928
Actrvrtres Football 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 CManagerl 4 Baseball 2 Track 3 Busrness Manager
of Tower 4 Aathletrc Assocratron 3 4 Sceneshrfters 1 Camera Club 2 3 4
Ray has been one of the strong srlent men at Morgan durrng hrs four years here Hrs quretness
rs not due so much to an unwrllrngness to work as rt rs to hrs rnterest rn the more practrcal srde
of lrfe We dont mean that Ray or Dards as he rs called by hrs close frrends rs afrard to
express hrs oprnron to the contrary lust grve hrm a chance and he ll tell you lust what s gorng
on rn the world Ray has had an actrve rnterest rn sports and thrs year was the Manager of our
Basketball Team On the whole we thrnk he s qurte a guy He s headed for a college career but
rsnt sure of the college Here s the very best to you rn the days to come Ray'
IRENE CATHERINE BECKER
To laugh rl for an rnstant only
Born Valley Stream Long Island November B 1930
Actrvrtres Softball 1
lf you see a flash of color gorng through the halls of Morgan rt wrll be lrene wrth her strawberry
blond harr lrene rs one of the quretest members of the class but rs one who lrstens and learns
She shows Hne school sprrrt even though she rnhabrts the back terrrtory of Westbrook and does
not have much of a chance to partrcrpate rn school actrvrtres She has been an earnest frrend to
each and everyone of us and we certarnly welcomed her as a classmate Irene rs a whrz rn
Commercral sublects especrally shorthand We re sure that rn the future she wrll make a grand
HAMLIN ARNOLD BELL
LIte presents Its sunny sIde to me
Born New York New York May 'l'l T930
ACTIVITIES Class Treasurerl 4 HIY'l 2 3 4 Basketball l
Whenever there s a bIg rumpus down In the basement or some caIn YOISIHQ over In the Shop
Class Ham wlthout a doubt IS the mIddle of the storm Ham has been one of our best class
wuts and has always brlghtened a dull moment Ham seems to lIke money because he has been
Class Treasurer twlce and lIkewIse HI Y Treasurer HIS latest fad IS hIs Interest In the stock auto
racmg Ham organIzed the soap box derby the races on Carter HIll ThIs was certamly a
very successful undertakIng for there was always a large turnout wIth plenty of thnll packed
races Someday we hope Ham wIll wIn the lndIanapolIs Memorlal Day Race
OLIVER DAVIS BRAINARD
Character IIYES In a mon
Born Durham ConnectIcut November 8 1930
ACTIVITIES Forestry Club 2 Basketball 'l Sceneshlfters l HI Y 3
OllIe has been one of the quleter members of the class but has proven hIs CblllfIeS In Interest
In school As one of the members of the Forestry Club he dId hIs share In PYGSEYVIHQ the natIon s
natural resources He has shown Interest In farmlng and navIgatIon and maybe someday wIll
be a great sea captoln or another Luther Burbank In whatever field you choose Ollle we
hope that you wIll be more than successful
HAROLD FRANK BREILING
Born Brooklyn New York August 9 1930
ActIvItIes Footballl 2
Frank although he has been rather on the qUleT sIde has proved to all hIs frIends that school
can be a lot of fun Always ready wIth that wInnIng smIle and a cheery word to all he comes In
contact wIth Frank has won many frlends durIng hIs years at Morgan Frank wants to make hIs
hobby stock auto raclng hIs lIfe s work and we wlsh hIm success In thls venture
BETSY ANN BURNHAM
The one who I8 fond ol books
ls usually one of lofty thoughts and elevated OPINIONS
Born MIddletown Connectucut June 14 1930
ACYIVITICS HIY 2 3 Representatlve Youth Government 3 SceneshItters l 2 3 Choral Club 1
2 4 Junlor Prom COMMITTEE 3 Art Club 4 Tower Art and LIterory 4 Amerlcon leglon
OratorIcal Contest 4 Shore LIne Forum 1 2 3 4 Prlle RhetorIcals l 2 3
Betsy IS one of the more studnous members of our class She IS an actIve member of SceneshIfters
but In the fields ot actIng and productlon Forum and Choral Club are her other maIn CCYIVITIQS
She excels ID publIc speakmg and has recelved many rewards for thIs Cblllly We hope you
wIll succeed IN your chosen field Betsy
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NANCY ADELAIDE CHALKER
Let tomorrow talxe core of tomorrow
Born Hartford Connecticut January 16 1930
ACTIVITIGS lBradenton Jumor Hugh1HMorgan 2 3 41 Softballl 2 3 4 Hockey 2 3 Basketball
1 3 4 Student Councll 4 KSecretary and Treasurer! 4 Atheletlc Assocuatlon 3 4 Sceneshnfters
2 Chorus 1 Cotulleon 4
If you hear a chuckle dunng class you ll know at s Nancy She has the most lovlal personalnty in
the class and her policy has been generosity and wlllmgness to help when duty calls Nancy ts
a sportswoman and rates horseback ndung as tops especlally wnth Jasper nearby and horse
shows to see although basketball softball and hockey follow closely She IS a part ot an
enthusuastuc auduence at all games If her mmd ss made up she ns not very easnly persuaded
to change It And too If she IS glven a task you can lnvarlably depend on her to do lt Nancy
IS always at ease and her company IS engoyed by all who are with her
Late IS what you make rt
Born Tarpnn Springs Flonda February 12 1929
Whooshl What was that? Why that was lmcoln maknng tor Mr Dugulds half hall closed door
lust two steps behind the last bell' These dally sprmts may not make a marathon runner of llnc
but we re sure that thas year hns first last and only at Morgan has had some ettect on hum
We hope It s good Lmcoln or by hns own choosmg Mumbles came to us from way out West In
San Francisco and he brought a goodly share of western culture with htm lncludlng his accrued
knowledge of the fairer sex And speaking of which lincoln has done qulte a but of prospecting
but he hasn t staked hus clalm as yet Maybe by the time you read thus who knows? ? 7
SUSAN HART DIBBLE
Her bnght smile haunts us strll
Born New london Connecticut June 26 1931
Actlvltles Basketballl 2 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Fleld Hockeyl 2 3 4
HuY1 2 3 KSecretaryl 4 Sceneshnftersl 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 Ivy Leovesl 2 Class News
3 4 Alumnl News Choral Clubl 2 3 4 Tower Art lChalrmanJ 4 Sewing Club lSecretaryl
1 Forum Club 2 3 4 Jumor Prom 3 Sensor Cotllhon 4 Art Club 4 Prize Rhetoncals 1 2 3 4
If you hear someone come out wuth o giggle un the mnddle of class you can be sure that nt as
our peppy luttle Sue Although she IS among the smaller members of the class she has enough
pep and vltalnty to lill the enture classroom Her magnetic charm has won her many friends
durlng her four years at Morgan among them many males Her desure IS to take up nursing
when she graduates and wlth the pleosmg qualutues that she posesses we all know that she
wnll make a good and competant nurse
EDWARD CLAYTON DIBBLE
A tavonte wth those who know tum
Born Westbrook Connectucut November 11 1930
Actlvltles Soccer 1 Football 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 lManagerJ 3 4 Track 3 4
Athletnc Assocuatlon 2 3 4 Athletic Councll 3 4 lPresndent7 4 Student Councul Nnce Presndentl
3 HnY3 4 Camera Club 3 4
Ned I3 one of our most versatile boys and a recuplent of many athletuc awards Always ready
with o laugh he keeps classes for from dull He has quute a way with the falrer sex although he
may appear shy and Innocent We are sure that he wlll succeed in his chosen career
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH DONAHUE
Charmmg lrttle chatterbox
Born Long Island New York Jung I4 1930
ACTIVITIES Ivy Leavesl 2 3 4 ChoroIClub1 2 3 Art Club4 Sceneshlftersl 2 3 4 HlYI 2
Prize Rhetorlcals 2 3 Junlor Prom 3 Senior Cotllllon 4
Charlotte has always been a very busy lady Her Interest nn llterature and muslc her active
partlclpatlan In dramatlcs and those mevltable heavy dates have left few free mmutes nn the
day s tame Despite thus however she has always found time to help In class prolects and diffuse
some of the humor and pleasantness that has made her one of the popular personalltles In the
class Dramatlcs has been the mam Interest of her hugh school career and someday perhaps her
name wull Hash In neon from the marquee of a great Broadway Theatre We wlsh her luck un
her ambition and promise that we wall be an attentlve audience In her opening night perform
ance whenever that may be
LOIS ESTELLE EVARTS
' Doo Doo
Where there s a will there s a way
Born Saybrook Connectlcut November I5 I929
Actlvltles Choral Clubl Sceneshlftersl 2 3 4 Hockey 3 lvy Leavesl 2 3 4 HlY 2 3
Junlor Prom 3 Morgan Tower 4 Christmas Cotllllon 4 Pnze Rhetorical 3 Sewing Club 2
Lois or Doo Doo as she IS known to all her classmates IS our peppy student whose ever ready
smlle has won her many frlends Her pleasing personality has made her an asset to the class
Always ready with a wlllmg hand an Sceneshnfters or on a school dance commuttee Lots worked
unfallangly to make those functions a success Her plans for the future are uncertain but her
pleasing manner will carry her far an any work she may choose
ball Tlcket Collector 4
ambltuon to become a secretary
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ROGER WILLIAM HANLON
Everyone loves a lover of sports
Born Brooklyn New York December 22 I928
Actlvntles Hn Y Athletlc Council 4 Basketball 3 4 Baseball
Rogers Interests cover many fields among them women and Basketball Hls helght and agnllty
make hum a natural for the court sport and many tnmes the Morgan cause has been saved
by a tlmely set shot from hrs coveted rlght forward shot As for hrs effect upon the faurer sex
Roger with hrs wlnnlng smlle and wnlesome ways wlth Les Femmes leaves a trall of broken
hearts wherever he goes Wlth all these pleasant features of character we are sure that he
will succeed socially and materially along any road he may wlsh to travel In the future
JULIA ISABEL JONES
Ju le Jonesy
The days thot make us happy make us wise
Born Hartford Connectlcut November I7 I930
Actnvltles Choral Club I 2 3 Softball 3 Sceneshlfter I Athletvc Association 4 HlY I Basket
Julue a vuvaclous Commercial student has the bug ambltlon of findlng a typewnter that spells
correctly and we wlsh her luck Julla ns one of our petlte and gay members When she gets a
case of hystena watch out' She enloys partles all sports and dlsllkes homework Another pastime
of Julla s IS eatmg especlally grlnders potato chlps and chocolate mllk As a member of the
Secretaraal Proctnce Class she has been seen many tlmes usung the Mlmeograph Machme an
order to get those Ivy Leaves out on time Someday ln the future she hopes to reallze her
JEANNE HARRISON LINDNER
lt s a friendly heart thot has plenty of fnends
Born Hartford Connecticut October 9 T930
Actwltles Class Treasurer 3 Fleld Hockeyl 2 3 4 Softball I 2 3 4 Glrls Basketball
fManagerD 3 fC0-Chdlfmdhl Sophomore Dance 2 Junlor Prom Committee 3 Sceneshlfters I 2
3 CTreasurerJ 2 CPresldentD 3 Athletic Councll fTreasurerJ 4 Student Councll 2 Athletlc
Assoclatlon 2 3 4 EDITOR IN-CHIEF of Tower 4 Cotllluon 4 Art Club 4 HI Y 2 3 lMonagerJ
Magazme Campaign 4 Room Captam 2 3 Prlze Rhetorlcals 'I
Hnstory has proved that there IS no such thmg as an mdnspenslble man but we have here ot
Morgan on lndlspensuble woman In the person of Jeanne lmdner Jeanne has been the mainstay
behlnd half of our school GCTIVITIES and ln her capacltues as Editor of the Morgan Tower and
President of Sceneshlfters she has proved herself a tireless organizer and an unyleldmg
perfectionist She ns well known and well llked throughout the school and as you can sum up
has been on enthuslostlc attendant of the school s soclal actlvltles Here then we pay tribute to
a gurl who has been a faithful dependable member of the Sensor Class Take a Bow Jeannel
BARBARA LESLIE LYNCH
Sweetness of disposition charms the soul
Born East Orange New Jersey June 5 1930
Actlvltles CWestl'leld Hugh Westfield New Jersey 'I 2 31 fMorgon 41 Glee Club I 3 French
Club 3 latln Club 2 3 .Iumor Prom 2 3 Mask and Mlme 3 Student Councll 2 Sceneshlfters 4
HI Y 4
Here IS a new member of our class who lourneyed from New Jersey to become settled ln
Morgan Hugh for her Senior Year She has gamed a strong foothold In the actlvltles of the
school and also among the students Her Interests are dnstnbuted among the vanous fields
of llterature languages and a little muslc on the slde
JAMES LOUIS MARTIN
lm Jlmmle Jumor
He leaves behmd countless friends
Born New Haven Connectlcut June 30 l930
Actuvltues Bosketballl 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Baseballl 3 4 Trockl 2 3 4 Class President
2 Vlce President 4 Athletic Councnl Wlce Presldentj 4 Student Council 4 Sophomore Dance
CChanrman1 2 Camera Club 4
It seems that Jlm has been one of the potentlal leaders of the class and has been a contmuous
squad member of every sport Wlth hns helght and ablllty to make baskets he s proven himself
to be o valuable Varslty man He has been a regular partlclpont of the Athletic Councol
as Vlce President and also holdung the ofhce of Vlce President of the Semor Class The Athletic
Council and Student Council seemed to boom wuth prolects this year with the help of Jlms
useful suggestions Jlm s vocation tends to lean towards the Physical Education Department and
wlth all hls experience he s destined to come out with top honors
TERRY BRIAN MOREHOUSE
For the more a man knows the more worthy he IS
Born Brooklyn New York September 3 1930
ACTIVITIES Ivy Leaves CBusnness Managerj 4 Cotllllon KChalrmanJ 4 Shoreline Forus 3 4
Sceneshltters 3 4 Orchestra 4 Boys State 3 Hn Y 4
The class mathamatlcal wlzard and Elnstem as Terry He can always be found flgurlng out
some compllcated math or sclence problem However hls Interest In these two subgects has not
conflicted wuth extra currucula actlvltles The school will remember hls oblllty on the stage In
V As In Vuctory and Lodles In Retlrement and In other plays Wllllngness to help In many
school actlvntles has made hum a helpful student of our class Hls magnetic charm lwhsch has
won hum so many admlrers among them the faurer sexl will help hlm go far In whatever field
of future study he may endeavor to undertake
ELIZABETH ANN NEUWIRTH
"With magic of motion and sunshine ol glance."
Born: Clinton, Connecticut June 20, 1930
Activities: Ivy Leaves 1, 2, 3, 45 Choral Club 1, 21 Sceneshifters 1, 2, 3, 41 Sewing Club 3, 41
Forum 4, Play Ticket KChairmanJ lp Cotillion 41 Junior Prom 35 Hi-Y 1, 25 Play Contest
Perhaps you've been wondering who writes those clever novelty columns ln the Ivy leaves?
It's none other than Betty Neuwirth. It has been largely through her efforts that our school
paper has been a success, these last few years. Her good workmanship and dependability will
be missed next year. Take this cleverness and resourceful capability for work, mix a teaspoonful
of smiles and a large pinch of humor and you have a recipe that will tell you why Betty has been
a valuable member of the Class of 1948.
STANNARD HUNGERFORD NORTON
Everyone that knows him knows life
Born Hartford Connecticut April 6 1930
Activities Sceneshlftersl 2 3 4 Ivy Leaves 4 Radio Club 3 HAY4 Prize Rhetoncall 2 3
Stan is one who will keep you laughing from the time he puts has head in the classroom door
an the morning till the time you see has coat tails flying around the corner at night He as one
of our good students and also a good gum chewer His activities in Sceneshufters have
continued from his Freshman year and he has proved himself an able actor Occasionally you ll
see a frown on hls face as he walks down the hall but it s only because he s concentrating for
some last mmute crammmg for a coming test With his pleasant smile and vast knowledge of
world otfalrs he s proven himself an accomplished conversatlonallst
4 Basketball 2 3 Muslc Club 4
'X gl she chooses
ELINOR WESTON NUTT
Friends are all that matter
Born Melrose Massachusetts March 22 1931
Activities Choral Club 1 2 3 4 Ivy Leaves 3 4 Hu Y 'I Radio Club 3 Music Club 4
Here is a gurl who frankly admits that she likes boys Always a smile and full of fun thats
our Dee You can tell her by her Hylng blond hair and those sarcastic remarks that keep the
class IH stitches She is one of our good natured students and her daily yoke ID the morning sets
the class off to a good start She spent part of her Freshman Year in Chester but Chesters
loss is our gain Elmor or Dee rates movres as her favorite pastime and abhors sly people
Her bug ambltlon IS to make someone an efficient secretary and we all know she will be a
success with the help of those speedy fingers on the typewriter and her attentive attitude
ALINE SHEAGREN PALM
I would help others out at a fellow feeling
Born Saybrook Connecticut .Ianuary 6 1930
Activities Sceneshaftersl 2 3 4 HIY2 3 Choral Clubl 2 3 Softballl 2 3 4 Hockey 2 3
Alme though a rather quiet member of our class could by no means be eliminated Her will
mgness to work and her fanthfulness make Alme one of the most popular girls in the class Her
Interests however do not cover only one field She IS an athlete at heart and wherever there
Y IS a game or produce you wall mvarnable find Alme Almes plans for the future are as yet
B71 indefinite but we are sure that she will achieve a worthwhile position in whichever field
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RUTH ELIZABETH PUGH
The world IS all before me
Born New York New York May 23 1930
Actrvlties Sceneshlfters 1 2 Ivy Leaves 4 Art Club 4 Pnze Rhetoncals 1 2 Forum Club 4
Ruth started her hugh school career at Morgan then she left us for a year at Ogontz Boardmg
School However her Sensor year finds her back among her pals at good old Morgan We
thmk that Ruth ought to wnte a book on her expenences at boardung school It would be a best
seller for sure She has plans for being a wnter and has made use of her lnterary talent this
year by workmg on the Ivy Leaves Staff Fall wall find her ct college and we wash her all of the
best of Luck It couldnt happen to a mcer gurl
Even by small thmgs are great thmgs helped
Born New Rochelle New York April ll 1928
Activities Sceneshiftersl 2 3 HIY 2 Camera Club 2 3 4 Music Club 4 Prize Rhetorlcals 1
Student Council 4
You ve all seen Jim Rlntoul swlnglng down the hall to arrlve In class a second before the bell
rlngs Well this speclmen of young manhood plans to rlse high In the financial world
mllllonalre Jlm s well known for hrs lone de vlvre and Ideal manners Thus tall lanky Senior
has represented our class by being Prelldent of Student Councal this year Everyone who has
ever attended any of Morgans basketball games has heard .lims volce fringmg from the
bleachers He lusts eating and sleeping as has favorlte pastlmes and dislikes homework and
competltlon He hopes to be a success In everything he does and has what It takes
Her mceness as praceless
Born Guilford Connectucut August 24 1930
Actlvitles Class Secretary 2 Choral Clubl Sceneshlftersl 2 3 4 Athletlc Assoclatlon 3 4
Field Hockey 2 3 Gurls Basketball Scorer 2 3 lManagerD 4 Junior Prom 3 Senior Cotllllon 4
Tower Photography 4
Who s one of our most dependable gurls? Here the arrow points directly to Carol Although she
ls rather modest she s a friend to all and always on hand when there Is unfinished work to
do Her pleasant dlsposntlon contrlbutes to her achievements You can always depend on her
to slgn up for the make up commlttee for a play Her talent for decorating Is revealed when
she becomes Involved In decoratlon of the halls for dances and other special events Her
ambition ls to enter the rneducal professlon and we know that she wlll be a reliable nurse
AMELIA LOUISE STAN NARD
She IS no less than what we say she as
Born Maddletown Connecticut July 16 1930
Actlvltles Tower Staff 4 Ivy Leaves 2 3 4 Sewmg Club 2 4 lPresldentJ 4 Choral Club 1 2
Field Hockey 3 4 lManagerD Basketball l 3 4 Sophomore Dance lChaIrrnanj 2 Athletic
Associatnon 2 3 4 Music Club 4
Sus as she is known to all her frlends IS the pnde of the Physical Education Department for she
excels ln all sports She s known for the strength wlth which she wselds her hockey stuck and ln
basketball she ls noted for the agnllty with whuch she dodges her opponents and races across
the Boar to score the points for good Ole Morgan Sus a peppy girl Is sure to be found
watchmg all of Morgan s basketball games and cheering them on to victory Her hobby IS
boats all kmds of them and where ever you Gnd a boat you re lnable to find Sas Her mann
dislikes are belng called Amelia by her frnends who know better getting up early and going
to school Sls ambition is to become a good typlst and we re sure shell achieve her goal
LILLIAN ELIZABETH STEINBACH
Thy modesty s a candle to thy ment
Born Middletown Connectucut June 23 1930
Actlvntles Sceneshlftersl 2 3 ChoralClubl 2 3 4 Sewlng Club4 Jumor Prom 3
Lll the one with the laughing dark eyes and sweet dlsposltlon IS kept pretty busy with her
favorlte actlvntles Choral Club and Sewmg Club She has shown great Interest In musnc In the
fact that she has been an actuve member of Choral Club for four years She can play a tune
on the piano at request too' Travel maxed wuth :ce skatlng would make Lal very happy Her mam
dlsllkes are homework and hvlng up In the stacks Lsl s current ambltlon ln lute as to learn to
drnve a car! Besldes this tnvlal ambltlon she IS stnvlng to become a Hospital Receptuomst and
with her cheery greeting she ll surely succeed Lll IS another admirer of the mascullne slde but
as many mlght say Who usnt
BARBARA BANGS SWAIN
Ambition IS the growth of every cllmb
Born Old Saybrook Connectncut September I6 1930
ACTIVITIOS Fneld Hockeyl 2 Basketballl 2 Softballl 2 3 4 HlYl 2 Sceneshlftersl 2
Athletic Assoclatlan 4 Morgan Tower 4 Junlor Prom 3
Barbara IS not as studlous as she mlght appear and she IS always ready to help a pal out of a
spot Durang her first three years at Morgan Bobble was quite the athlete takmg part ln
Field Hockey Basketball and Softball In whlch she was awarded a trophy for outstanding
playing In her Junlor year Barbara IS also musically lncllned and her plano playing ablllty
makes her a nlce glrl to have around Another of her talents IS parlez mg ln French which she
does very well By the way Bobble dld you ever find out how to say Bndgewater m French?
FLORENCE MARTHA TIMMERMAN
A lrght heart lives long
Born New Jersey February 22 T930
Actlvltles lFalrlawn New Jersey 'll lMorgan 2 3 4, Rndlng Club l Basketball l Choral Club
'I 2 3 4 Junlor Prom Committee 3 lvy Leaves 2 3 4 Sceneshlfters 3 4 Senior Cotnlllon
Flo ns one of our wllllng members Just ask Flo and your task is done Another of Flo s outstanding
characteristics ns her abrllty to wear the latest styles rn clothes and halrdos Her gay personalnty
ls both a welcome and an addltlon to our class Her responsive wllltngness wlll be a great asset
ln any future achlevements
WILLIAM JOHN TRNIK
Always ready lor work or pleasure
Born New York New York January 23 1930
Actmtles HI Y 4 Senior Cotllllon Committee 4 Junior Prom Committee 3
Wlllle IS a shy lad who thanks gurls are gust gurls Wlllle one of our shy Seniors although he IS
not an octave partlclpant ln sports always finds trme to be an enthuslastnc fan Has mam
ambntlon IS to get out of hugh school Hidden talents are often overlooked because of a qulet
exterior Many a lunch hour you can see Wlllles bug long llmousme plled hugh with fellows
pull out ol Morgan s yard and zoom downtown lshort lunch periods you knowj Take em
away' says Wlllue an reference to sophisticated glrls When asked hls dtsllkes he answers
senously school Long drawn out radlo commercuals are one thmg that really annoy hlm
Has quletness and mannerly ways will wln hum much success tn this great wade world of ours
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True to her work her word her friends
Born New York New York June 'l9 1930
Actnvltues Class Secretary l 3 4 Athletlc Councll lSecretaryJ 4 Hn Y lSecretaryJ 3 Hn Y 1 2 3
4 Choral Clubl 2 3 Fleld Hockey 2 3 4 Baslmetballl 3 4 Softbolll 2 3 4 Literary
Chairman Tower Chrlstmas Cotllllon Commuttee 4 DA R Award 4 Art Club 4 Magazlne
Campalgn lCloss Captounj
Helen our all round grrl from Westbrook has been o molar figure durmg her four years at
Morgan Her ever ready smlle and sparkle have won her countless friends and her wlllmgness
to work for school actnvutles has made her one of the class most valuable students Her lust of
school actlvltles IS almost endless but that IS Helen for you always ready with a helpung hand
In almost every school actnvlty Helen has won the respect of all her classmates whether It IS a
part In o Sceneshlfter Productnon or on a committee for a school dance Whatever field Helen
follows ln later llfe her pleasmg personality and wllllngness to work wlll make her on asset
In any Held of work she chooses
AGNES ANNA WAGNER
lt IS safer to keep salent than speech
Born Westbrook Connectlcut January I3 1930
Actlvntles Sceneshlftersl Choral Clubl 2 4 Sewlng Club 4 Softballl 2 3 4 HIY 2 3 4
Jumor Prom 3
Quiet and dependable thats Agnes She takes any task and does lt to her best which has
made her a valuable member of our class It seems to us that she and Susan are always planning
somethmg Agnes I5 really a lot of fun to have around and we really don t know anyone she
dlsllkes Wlth her qunet perserverance and dependablllty Agnes I5 bound to get to the top In
her chosen professlon
PATRICIA MARY WAGNER
Nothmg s so hard but search wall find rt out
Born Clinton Connecticut June 28 T930
Actavltles Sceneshlftersl 2 3 4 Choral Club 2 4 Art Club 4 Junior Prom 3 Christmas
COlIlllOh 4 Morgan Tower 4 Muslc Club lTreasurerl 4
Hear that giggle and you ll know that Potty IS somewhere ln the vlcmlty brlghtenlng the day
wrth her ready smlle When school opened m September Pat was nowhere In sught and we
thought that she was attending school un Arkansas lmagme our pleasant surprise when she
decided to reloln our class here at Morgan Pat ns one of the frnendlnest gurls In the class
Incllned to be on the quiet slde Patty has her own partlcular type of radnence which she IS
wlllmg to share with everyone lt IS thus quality which will assure her of future success Good
THOMAS FRANCIS WALL
T Francns Tammy Tom
Success depends an effort
Born Bridgeport Connectlcut December T8 1930
ACTIVIYIQS Class President l Class Vlce President 3 4 Sceneshlfters T 2 Thesplan 'I HIY l 2
3 4 CPresldent 3 4 Mlnstrel lManogerJ l 4 Senlor Youth Government 2 3 .lunlor Prom
Committee 3 Shoreline Forum 3 4 Pnze Rhetorlcals 3 Basketball Tlmer 4 Editor
Leaves 4 Amerlcan Legion Oratorlcol Contest 4
T Francls as he as known to has many friends and classmates IS the class polltlclan If there IS
a crowd In the hall dlscussmg current problems you can be sure that Tom has something to do
wuth nt Tom partnclpated In most of the school s actlvltles Hls knowledge of world affairs makes
hum an outstanding member of the Forum Club Tom s plans for the future seem to be centered
around college and we are all assured of hrs success
FRANK BROOKS WILLIAMS
"His only fault is that he has no fault."
Born: Hartford, Connecticut November 24, 1930
ACTIVITIQS Class Presldent 3 4 Class Treasurer 2 Student Council 'l Camera Club 2 3 4
Hu Y 3 4 Junior Prom 3
Doc our Class President and all round good sport will be remembered for hns willingness to
work for the class club and school on general Always handy with has truck or car when some-
thlng had to be transported Doc served the class unfallmgly Hls pleasmg personality and his
ablluty to make friends have made hum an invaluable member of the class He plans to enter
Engineering School and whsle we wlsh hlm success we know he will attaln lt Hls wllllngness to
work and his splendid character will carry hum through all hardships and obstacles he may meet
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IN SONGS YOU REMIND US
Y ur Feet's Too Big for the B d
In My Merry Oldsmobile
"I've Got Rhythm
lm Makmg Believe
Li le Lady Make Believe
Give My Regards to Broadway
Amt Misbehavi g
Three Little Fish
Old MacDonald Had a Farm
Give Me Love For Love
Ask Anyone Who Knows
Cow Cow Boogie
I Cover the Water Front'
Bell Bottom Trousers
Feudln A Fussin and A Flghtm'
Pass That Peace Pipe lUghI
How Soon lThat Year Book materlall
Bongo Bongo Bongo
A Fellow Needs A G I
I Amt Got Nobody
Who s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf
Take a Number from One to Ten
Row Row Row Your Boat"
Rumors Are Flying
Serenade of The Bells lget att
I Can t Ge Ott My Horse
Give Me Five Minutes More
D n Want to Set the World On Fire
lm A Big Girl Now
Swingin On A Star
Oh How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning
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The autumn of I944 was a perlod of momentous
happenings The world was afire with the greatest war
In her history Allied forces were streaming across
France In the vlctarlous campaign that was to bring
Nazi Germany to her knees Imperial Japan was
expending herself In an unsuccessful attempt to ward
off impending defeat and the Class of 48 made a
tlmld slightly hesitant entrance lnto Morgan School
The months passed in quick succession In the early
part of our Freshman year, and we soon lost the
customary humbleness of Freshmen This was as It
should be, for we were accomplishing things Fresh
men names were appearing on the Honor Roll and
the Freshman class walked away with top honors at
the 1944 class play contest When the Freshmen placed
two men on the basketball first string we became quite
cocky and the murmers of protest could be heard
among the ranks of the upperclassmen Nothing could
repress our splrlt of exuberance however, and our self
confidence has carried through to the present day
Our first attempt at a socnal affair came In the
middle of our Sophomore year, in the form of a record
dance It was a mild social success and the total profit
amounted to the amazing sum of S13 00 There was a
rumor In curculatuon that our profit was reduced due to
the accidental breakage of several records This rumor
IS at present unsubstanclated so we will let It fall back
into the family closet of the class of 48 wlthout
Our Junior Prom, a year later was The Affair f
our Hugh School career Under the lnsplrlng guidance
of our resourceful class advisor Mr Drew we instituted
our famous lor should I say mfamousj date bureau
Apparently everybody wanted to pass history for the
Prom turnout was a record shattering success but, fan
tastlc as It may seem, we even made money
An unfortunate mcldent occured ln our Junlor Year
when due to the lnopportune nllness of our English
teacher, Miss Spicer we were cruelly deprived of the
pleasure of taking our final English exams Being a
dauntless class however, we dld not let this dlsappoln
ment crush our ardor instead we returned next semes
ter mounted the regal throne of Seniority and became
as brilliant a graduating class as ever graced a com
mencement platform lit says herei
The Senior Year Book was of course the bug prolect
of our final year, and everybody pitched In , under
the leadership of our Editor an Chief Jeanne Lmdner
to make this protect a success As Seniors we partook
In the usual number of actnvltles undertaken by a Sensor
class and as we look back over the year we find that
we have turned In a performance If not outstanding
at least better than average In our various fields of
The passing of the Class 48 IS a blow which wall
stagger Morgan to its very foundations No longer
will a crowd packed hall reverberate with the tones
of our Thesplan Terry Morehouse and the Barrymore
like qualities of Charlotte s actmg will be lost to future
Sceneshufter audiences With the graduation of Martin,
Hanlon and Dlbble a gaping hole will appear Ih next
year s basketball Ime up, and a new cheerleader must
be found to take Sue Dnbbles place The school
activities must now organize without the invaluable
assistance of Jeanne Lmdner and Ivy Leaves will be
forced to go to press minus the feature wrntnngs of
Betty Neuwlrth The corridors at Morgan will seem
hollow without our llfe glvmg presence The Honor
Roll lust IS no longer expected to contain so many
names, and the detention rooms will mnss the faithful
attendance of the class of 48
Whatever our destmy may be nn years to come, we
will forever look back on and remember with happl
ness our years at Morgan The learning and guidance
we have accumulated during the past four years have
increased our knowledge ten fold We are at the
point where we have attained through our own efforts
the requirements necessary to secure our diplomas
Our diplomas have been secur d our graduation date
set and we must now like the Immortal Whlffen
poo s pass and be forgotten with the rest
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Done Most for Class
Frank Wullnams Jeanne Lmdner
Wllllam Trmk Charlotte Donahue
James Martm Florence Tummerman
Hamlm Bell Nancy Chalker
Frank Wnlllams Jeanne Lmdner
Edward Dnbble Nancy Chalker
James Martln Helen Tukeva
Stannard Norton Charlotte Donahue
James Martm Helen Tukeva
Lincoln Demmmg Barbara Lynch
Terry Morehouse Agnes Wagner
Frank Wnlllams Jeanne Lmdner
Susan Dnbble Hamlm Bell
Amelia Stannard James Martnn
Nancy Chalker James Rlntoul
Roger Hanlon Loss Evarts
Agnes Wagner James Martun
Raymond Bartnett Barbara Swann
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All Around Girl
Frank Wnlluams Helen Tukeva
Carol Smith Hamlm Bell
Terry Morehouse Ruth Pugh
Thomas Wall Betsy Burnham
Barbara Swann Raymon Bartnett
Thomas Wall Elmor Nutt
Irene Becker Hamlm Bell
Frank Wulluams Jeanne Lmdner
Thomas Wall Betsy Burnham
Terry Morehouse Barbara Swann
Nancy Chalker Frank Wllllams
James Marten Elinor Nutt
Hamlm Bell Patty Wagner
Edward Dlbble Charlotte Donahue
Julla Jones Edward Dlbble
Elmor Nutt Roger Hanlon
Terry Morehouse Susan Dsbble
Stannard Norton Charlotte Donahue
Florence Tummerman Wnlluam Trmk Luncoln Demmmg
Tom Wall Betty Neuwurth
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We the Class of 1948 of the Morgan School Clinton Connecticut being of sound
mind and memory Ithought by some to be a debatable pointl do ordaln establish and
publish this to be our last will and testament hereby revoking all other wills or statements
made by us at any previous time
I Dee Nutt leave to you John Spinning my humor Although it may be dull all you
need is a responsive class and you re all set
I Florence Timmermann leave to you Evelyn Norton my short skirts I have found
out smce I bought them that the style is elecen inches from the floor not the waist
I Irene Becker leave to you Jane Butler my sylish haircombs My motto is a style a
day cuts down on your pay
I Stan Norton leave to you Bud Vece my messy locker Watch out for that bum
arm Bud' There s no telling what will roll out once the door is opened
I Charlotte Donahue leave to you Joan Holbrook my titleas God s Gift Of Gab
I thmg that I have held it lust about long enough
I Richard Anderson leave to you any one in the Junior class that is capable of this
task my pride and loy the little red ptney bus There is one thing to rember and that is
that I have already tried water diluted gas and found that it is no good
I Patty Wagner leave to you Martin Heidtman my womanly strength Only Atlas
could top our strength
I Jimmy Martin leave to you Willie Fanzo my height and ability to play basket
ball I also entrust the care of Joan to you This 'ob takes a great deal of responsibility
and I wouldn t give the 'ob to everyone
I Agnes Wagner leave to you Dolly Gesick my quiet laugh and cool temper Do
with it as you may But we like it we never make a mistake about who s coming
I Lincoln Deming leave to you Richard Orslna my annoymg habit of being lust me
in the English Four class For further information see Miss Spicer
I Barbara Swain leave to you Peggy Hoadley my love of sports Don t forget keep
that pitching arm up to par
I Tom Wall leave to you Ed Johns my athletic ability. I do a mean dog paddle in
the bath tub.
I Betsy Burnham leave to you Nancy Herrmann my love for books. My but Joe
Palooka and Dick Tracy make interesting reading.
I Jim Rintoul leave to you Art Scheld my art of making the English IV class. I bet
you never thought that a smart young lad could confuse fancy and fiancee.
I Ned Dibble leave to you Irv Siewert my old chewed up cigars. They still have that
mild mellow flavor though.
We Rhea Albraccio and Sis Stannard leave to you Betty Crocker our admiration
for the underclassmen. Remember Betty keep up our high traditions.
I Sue Dibble leave to you William Leckey the small corner of the Lab. which I havent
in my three years of shall we say research work there blown to bits.
I Doc Williams leave to you Don Scott my charming ways with the women. I have
seen during the year that you have been improving and that now you are a member of
the organization which also has the fairer sex The Hi-Y.
I Jeanne Lindner leave to you Jane York my ability of getting into scrapes and
also the difficulties with Mr. OToole. I hope you will be able to think of answers for all
I us Illnll unhmeslumanl ol the Qllnss ol 1943
I Wrllre Trmk leave to you Ronme Goung my habnt of telling Jokes There s nothmg
luke o good loke when a class gets dull I know
I Barbara Lynch leave to you Barbara Hughes my letter wrrtlng technique My how
the boys back home luke a fanthful grrl
I Betty Neuwnrth leave to you Eleanor Gerl my 'ob on the refreshment committees
You dont reallze the fun I have dreaming up those werrd concoctlons for punch
I Helen Tukeva leave to you Bonnie Smnth the formula for my rmse Between us we
should get a beautiful shade
I Carol Smlth leave to you Joan Neely my knowledge of Pre Flight I leave at all
to you I am satusfled to ball out
I Terry Morehouse leave to you Ken Cookson my sharp socks and tres Now you
will be known as shlek
I Lllllan Stelnback leave to you brother George my seat nn the English class Its
right next to Mlss Spicer and we want to keep that IH the family
I Ray Barnett leave to you Charles Bramard my ablllty to translate Latnn I bet
Caeser would be very surprssed to find out all the places he has been
I Lols Evarts leave to you Dot Darnstaedt my Englrsh notes If there IS another paper
drive you certamly will collect
I Ruth Pugh leave to you Bud Vece my new style sklrt Who sand that you need
sweat pants to warm up for a basketball game
At long last I Ollle Bramard pass through these portals at dear old Morgan It was
a long hard struggle but I made It You Juniors should have renewed confidence now
I Ham Bell leave to you Deacon Trmk my wlse cracks They come In handy at tlmes
I Frank Brerlmg leave to you Wlllue Farnzo my bicycle It rs much easier to get a
bicycle out of the road than a car when you see wrld Angle Lopez breezlng through
I Roger Hanlon leave to you Art Scheld my unruly bangs I never could keep
them under control durmg a basketball game untrl I got wrse and got the butch
I Alme Palm leave to you Donald Scott my shapely legs I Il bet they will attract
qunte a but of attentnon In your basketball unrforms
I Nancy Chalker leave to you Ted Hlbson my chuckle You d be surprused how It
affects grumpy people
I .Iulla Jones leave to you Eleanor Gerl my favorite typewrrter I hope that you wlll
take as good care of It as I have
WITNESSED BY SCRIBE
Chalker s puddle lumper Jeanne Lmdner
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Once upon a time there were thlrty seven classmates After they graduated they
promlsed to gather nn ten years When ten years passed the Class held a Grand Reunion
and this IS what was learned
Ham Bell God s Gnft to Drama
ls the Clnema s greatest boon
When he says baby to Lauren McCall
All the gurls IH the audlence swoon
Frank Brelllng has achueved a posltlon
Far from has dally chores
He s the blggest Business Man around
He owns a chaln of First Natnonal Stores
Florence Tnmmerman IS a cheerleader
She makes a lot of nolse
She lS havung the tume of her lufe
In Jersey wlth all those Prmceton boys
Lois Evarts acts as Dean
At Connectncut State College
She keeps busy all the tlme
Fullmg the gurls wuth knowledge
Dee Nutt IS on the posters
Every nlght she has a date
She s quite the gal an her own rnght
She s Mass Ruppert Beer of 58
Terry Morehouse deals In Fords
He sells to the highest bud
If you want a bargain for S2 98
Go see the slap happy kld
Jum Rmtoul s an the Indles
And quite a stlr he makes
Instead of charmmg Bonnne
He now IS charming snakes
Susan Dnbble s an undertaker
She sm great demand
Her motto ns Let Dnbble Do It
As she places a llly IH a rngld hand
Wlllne Trnlk has taken his place
Among the last of Greats
For thus flne man as fanfare please
Presudent of the UNITED STATES
Betty Neuwnrth ns a dnetuclan
Success has gone to her head
Her column says Don teat Don t drunk
Dont loaf ln short Drop dead
Ollver Bralnard the seafanng man
Has a talent he ll never regret
He combs the ocean a deep sea diver
so naturally he s all wet
Nancy Chalker met her match
At this your heart wlll stop
She IS actnng as chuef sampler
At the local Sweetie Shop
Ruth Pugh IS a pollcewoman
Lawbreakers haven t a chance
They would rather have the Chavr
Than Ruthie s Icy glance
Jeanne Lmdner has taken to Opera
She even emotes In her sleep
Her musncal talents have taken a turn
Now lt s Flgaro Instead of BLOOP BLEEP
Lmcoln Demmg keeps you warm
He fixes each stove wlth a crash
He IS at lt day and night
Has fraends tell hum Don t be an ash
Somewhere on the Island of Bongo Bongo
ln the land of laughter and songs
We lost our dear Doc Wlllnams
He s tymg up sarongs
Tom Wall IS now an extermmator
He hears the patter of tlny feet
When has wade eyed brother says You mean
Tommy Says No cockroaches Pete'
Stan Norton made a fortune
He never has to barter
He s tellmg every one In sught
How he perfected the Norton Garter
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Red Anderson has the perfect 'ob
We hope he never quits
Monsieur and Madame never complain
He s head waiter at the Ritz
Pat Wagner s an ol cowhand
She works on the Western Plam
When steers get loose and wander oFf
She drags them back again
Barbara Swann whose cultured brow
Was often creased from study
Now soars through life a trapeze artist
She found the streets too muddy
Stanky passes to Robmson
And Reese is right on the beam
The water boy is Roger Hanlon
On the Brooklyn Dodger team
Jim Martm is a married man
About his family he makes no bones
There are sux little Jummies and four little Joans
Irene Becker sells phony Cure alls
She travels up and down
When she has drained the folks quite dry
She moves to another town
Helen Tukeva travels on skis
Far up in the frozen alps
She collects ski trophies
And ski master s scalps
Amelia Stannard stall loves fish
But now she doesn t sell em
All she does us gaze and gaze
She s keeper of an aquarium
Barbara Lynch rode off on a snow white charger
Behind her handsome prmce
They disappeared over the horizon
And haven t been heard of since
Betty Burnham drives midget autos
Faster cars there never were
But the crowd never knows which IS on top
The midget auto or her
Ned Dnbble s the new Science teacher
He has such a scholarly face
They caught Ted stealing school supplies
So Dibble took his place
Lil Steinbach is south of the border
Doing the Spanish twist
When cabelleros bother her
She gives them a punch wnth her fist
Deep in a Canyon by a stream
Lives a creature old and meek
It s Ray Bartnett turned hermit
He lost his Scientific streak
Alme Palm is a lion tamer
Their wild manners she must curb
The 'ob of tamlng Herb
Agnes Wagner is a square dance prompter
She stands on a great big keg
When the music rises and swells
She really shakes a leg
Carol Smith IS a fortune teller
She knows if your luck will last
But she can t tell your future
If you haven t even a past
Julia Jones is at the Pease House
She sings all the Hotcha tunes
The crowds like one of her numbers best
She comes out wearing balloons
Thus ends the tale of my old class
Perhaps if all goes well
When other years shall pass
Another tale I ll tell
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JOHN H DUGUID
LEWIN G JOEL
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Mr Drew "C'mon, let's get on the ball "
Miss Wright "TAKE DETENTION "
Mnss Strange "Where are you supposed to be?"
Mass Conway "En Francaas "
Mr Wahle "Do you know all thus?"
Mr Joel "l hate to say thus but"
Mr Dugund "ln other words "
Mass Spacer "Let's not be trlte "
THEODORE M WAHLE
MRS ROXOR SHORT
Mr Carter "Are you men or Boobs?"
Mrs Short "Art us a lealous sublect "
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Left to Right-First Row: Margaret Hoadley, Joan Holbrook, Dorothy Darnstaedt, Dolly Gesick, Gerald Vece, Jane Butler, Eleanor
Gerl, Evelyn Norton. Second Row: John Trnik, Gerald Steinbach, Betty Crocker, Barbara Hughes, Joan Neely, Yvonne Smith, Nancy
Hermann, Jane Yorlc, Martin Heidtman, Irving Siewert. Third Row: Kenneth Coolcson, Arthur Sche'ld, Ronald Going, Donald Scott,
John Spinnig, Ed Johns, William Farizo. Fourth Row: William Leckey, Ted Hibson, Miss Wright, Lincoln Deming, Richard Orsine.
.l U N I O R C L A S S
Starting the year off right, the Juniors elected their class officers as follows:
President ........... ....... G erald Vece
Vice President ..... .... C harles Brainard
Secretary ........ ......... J ane York
Treasurer .............,................................................................., Joan Neely
The class gave a Cinderella Boll, which may have started a tradition. In June the
infamous class gave their Junior Prom, which has always been a huge success.
Left to Right-Front Row: Barbara Bartnett, Agatha Rist, Barbara Schum, Martha Griswold, Jean Hoadley, Virginia Borst, Jean Jordan.
Second Row: Norman Lynch, Caroline Steinson, Johanna Soderstram, Roger Griilin, Evert Hunt, Betsy Dibble, Marie Schubert, Fred
Weiss. Third Row: Judy Renninger, Carole Goodue, Lydia Pardo, Naomi Griilin, Jean Seiwert, Ann Muller, Ann Holbrook, Beverly
Pendelton. Fourth Row: Robert McNamara, Ronald Going, Walter Wagner, Charles Kelsey, John Wilson, William Dallas, William Wren,
Pierce Hull. Fifth Row: David Ryman, Richard Hyer, John Spinning, Harry Munson, Frank Shrempp, Donald Berry, William Champion, John
Riggio, Roger Evarts.
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
Early in September, the Sophomore Class The main obiective this year was the ordering
elected their class officers: President, Everett of class rings. As loser of the magazine cam-
Huntg Vice President, Roger Griffin, Secretary, paign, they were obligated to present a party
Jo-Jo Soderstrom, Treasurer, Betsy Dibble. for the rest of the school to attend.
Left to Right-Front Row: Gertrude Platts, Dorothy Peterson, Helen Rae Swain, Richard Walton, Ben Brown, Fred Thompson, Myra leo
Dutrieuille, Ann Norton. Second Row: Donald Heser, Barbara Heitdman, Ruth Schumack, Caroline Dowd, Esther Wright, Gloria Pendel-
ton, Joan Wall, Elaine Lindhal, Robert Woodstock. Third Row: Norman Morehouse, John Johnson, Donald Gustafson, Harold Wright,
Roger Bedell. Fourth Row: Walter Wagner, Eugene Wagner, Robert Steinson, Raymond Heser, Lee Correll, William Sheffield, Edwin
McKinlay, Robert McKinlay.
THE FRESHMEN CLASS
The Freshman Class started the year with a The class officers are: President, Richard Wal-
"Get Acquainted" picnic at Hammonassett State ton, Vice President, Ben Brown, Secretary, Helen
Park. Rae Swain, Treasurer, Fred Thompson.
The major triumph of the year was taking first The class advisor, Mr. Norman Drew, has been
place in the annual Magazine Campaign. a great friend and helper.
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Left to Right-First Row: Stannard Norton, Helen Tukeva, Hamlin Bell, Eugene Wagner, Thomas Wall, Susan Dibble, Barbara Lynch,
Terry Morehouse. Second Row: Edwin McKinlay, Norman Morehouse, Gertrude Platts, Ruth Schumack, Agnes Wagner, Joan Wall, John
Johnson, Robert Woodstock. Third Row: Edward Dibble, Frank Williams, Lee Corell, Roger Hanlon, Raymond Bartnett, William Farizo.
THE SENIOR-FRESHMEN HI-Y
The club has been very active this year, with President, Hamlin Bell, Secretary, Susan Dibble,
. . . Treasurer, Gene Wagner.
the capable leadership of Mr. Edwin McKinlay. The Senior-Freshmen Hi-Y ioined with 'he
The ofticers are: President, Thomas Wall, Vice- Junior-Sophomore Hi-Y to present a minstrel.
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Left to Right-First Row: Kenneth Cookson, Miss Gasparini, Nancy Herrmann, Joan Neely, Barbara Hughes, Ronald Going, Jane York,
Marie Schubert, Ann Holbrook, William Farizo, Second Row: Robert McNamara, Pierce Hull, David Ryman, Barbara Schum, Beverly
Pendleton, Betsy Dibble, Lydia Pardo, Johanna Soderstrom, Naomi Griffin, Jean Siewert, Caroline Steinson, Harry Munson, George
Steinbach, Fred Weisse. Third Row: Jane Butler, Dolly Gesick, Virginia Borst, Agatha Rist, Barbara Bartnett, Jean Jordan. Fourth Raw:
Roger Griffin, Everett Hunt, William Dallas, Richard Hyer, Norman Lynch, Richard Orsina. Fifth Row: Irving Siewert, William Leckey,
Gerald Vece, Donald Scott, Roger Evarts.
THE JUNIOR-SOPHOMORE HI-Y
The Junior-Sophomore Hi-Y has for its leader
Mrs. S. Pardo with Joyce Gasparini as assistant.
The olticers are: President, Ronald Going,
Vice-President, Barbara Hughes, Secretary, Jane
York, Treasurer, Joan Neely.
They have been very active and have been
an Ace Club each month. Their minstrel show
was a big success and we are sure next year
that there will be just as much enioyment.
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Left to Right-First Row: Charlotte Donahue, Joan Wall, Ann Holbrook, Virginia Borst, Susan Dibble, Thomas Wall, Lydia Pardo,
Johanna Soderstrom, Jane York. Second Row: Miss Wright, Elizabeth Neuwirth, Amelia Stannord, Marie Schubert, Ruth Schumack,
Ruth Pugh, Florence Timmermann, Martin Heidtman. Third Row: Elinor Nutt, Lois Evarts, Caroline Dowd. Fourth Row: Stannard Norton,
Although a comparatively small group, Ivy Their diligent work and aims in success has
Leaves has proved to be one of the most active helped make Ivy Leaves a great enioyment to
and hard-working groups in school. the whole school.
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Lett to Right-First Row: Joan Wall, Dorothy Peterson, Carol Goodhue, Judy Renninger, Susan Dibble, Joan Neely, Marie Schubert,
Nancy Herrmann, Myra Lee Dutrieuille. Second Row: Johanna Soderstrom, Ann Holbrook, Betsy Dibble, Caroline Steinson, Jane York,
Jeaane Lindner, Beverly Pendleton, Lydia Pardo, Jane Butler, Patricia Wagner. Third Row: Walter Wagner, Fred Weisse, Miss Spicer,
Aline Palm, Gertrude Platts, Jean Hoadley, Barbara Bartnett, Elizabeth Neuwirth, Virginia Borst, Agatha Rist, Elaine Lindahl, Ruth
Schumack, Jean Jordan, Stan Norton, John Spinning, Ronald Going. Fourth Row: Eugene Wagner, Barbara Lynch, Helen Tukeva,
Charlotte Donahue, Betsy Burnham, Jean Siewert, Ann Muller, Barbara Hughes, Naomi Griflin, Florence Timmerman, Barbara Schum,
Martin Heidtman, Dorothy Darnstaedt. Fifth Row: Irving Siewert, Rhea Albraccio, Harry Munson, Dolly Gesick, Lois Evarts, Carol Smith,
Caroline Dowd. Sixth Row: Ev Hunt, William Dallas.
Again this year Sceneshifters has been one working on the annual Christmas Assembly.
of the most beneficial and active groups in the Future plans include the Spring Play, which
school. As the Year Book goes to the printers in previous years has proved to be one of the
the group, which numbers about sixty, are schools finest activities.
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Left to Right First Row Johanna Soderstrom Ann Holbrook Betsy Dlbble Vlrgmla Borst Dorothy Darnstaedt
Joan Holbrook Betsy Burnham Corolme Dowd Second Row Naomi Grlmn Beverly Pendelton Susan Dlbble
Carol Goodhue Gertrude Platts Joan Wall Elame Lmdahl Ann Norton Barbara Hentdman Thnrd Row
Carolune Stelnson Dolly Geslck Lydia Pordo Patrucaa Wagner Agnes Wagner Ruth Schumack Marne
Schubert Gloria Pendelton Martha Griswold Fourth Row Joan Hoadley Lllllan Steinbach Margaret Hoadley
Helen Rae Swann Barbara Swann Lost Row Elinor Nutt Florence Tlmmerman
E CHORAL CL
The Choral Club under the able dlrectnon of Mr Malcolm Humphrey has met
regularly every Tuesday afternoon They were kept busy durmg the year an preparatlon
for any commg even s
left to Right Flrst Row Jessie Oreamuno Agatha Rust Llllnan Steinbach
Second Row Joan Hoadley Martha Griswold Agnes Wagner Judy Rennnnger .loan Wall Ann Muller
Marne Schubert Jean Slewert Thurd Row Margaret Hoadley Barbara Bartnett Betty Neuwurth Mass Strange
Charlotte Donahue Joan Holbrook Barbara Schum Jean Jordan
E SEW NG CL
The Sewmg Club had a new leader thus year nn the person of Mass Strange They have
had several rames and earned enough money to make a trap to New York
Amelua Stannord Naomi Grlmn
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Left to Right-First Row: Lydia Pardo, Roger Hanlon, Jeanne Lindner, Edward Dibble, Jim Martin, Helen Tukeva, Gerald Vece, Betsy
Dibble. Second Row: Julia Jones, .lane York, Beverly Pendleton, Dolly Gesick, Barbara Swain, Joan Holbrook, Nancy Chalker, Allne
Palm Amelia Stannard, Susan Dibble. Third Row: Roger Griffin, Ray Bartnett, and Donald Scott.
At the beginning of the term, the following
officers were elected: President, Ned Dibble,
Vice President, James Martin, Secretary Helen
Tukevap Treasurer, Jeanne Lindner.
Weekly meetings brought about suggestions
to gain financial support. Among these proiects
were: the coke machine, the sale of ice cream,
andthe annual magazine campaign. It was from
the sale of magazines that we were able to
obtain the electric scoreboard and also able to
purchase new uniforms for both basketball
teams. To sum it all up the Athletic Council has
had a very successful year.
Left to Right-First Row: Amelia Stannard, Caroline Steinson, Susan Dibble, Beverly Pendleton, Helen Tukeva, Joan Neely, and Naoml
Griffin. Second Row: Alene Palm, Lydia Pardo, Ruth Schumack, Johanna Soderstrom, Betsy Dibble, Jane York, Jaan Wall, Jeanne Lindner
Dolly Gesick, Barbara Lynch, Joan Holbrook, and Jane Butler.
THE GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY TEAM
The Girls' Field Hockey Team had a new
coach this year, Miss Patricia Strange. There
was a good turnout and everyone worked hard
to make a good team.
The team had a good season winning one
game and tying two. Although the other games
weren't victories for the Morgan girls, good
spirit and sportsmanship were shown. The
Seniors are sure to be missed next year.
Left to Right-First Row: Donald Scott, Kenneth Coollson, Ray Bartnett, Jim Martin, Ed Johns, John Riggio. Second Row: William
Leclzey, Ev Hunt, Richard Walton, William Shellield, Norman lynch. Third Row: Roger Grillin, Manager: Fred Thompson, Ted Hibson,
Ben Brown, lee Correll, Mr. Drew.
The team got of? to a fairly good start this season
under the eagle eye of Coach Norm Drew and Mana-
ger Roger Griflin. Although the team did not capture
any title such as the basketball squad did, they still
deserve laurels for their work. Able playing of Jim
Martin, Ray Bartnett, "Junie" Riggio, Don Scott, Ed
Johns, Evie Hunt and Ken Cookson composed the
mainstay ol the squad. The fellows put up a hard
battle and deserve the praise of all "Morganites."
The girls really were full of pep and put up a good
battle this season, just ask Mr. Fletcher, he'll tell you
about every game and all about the girls that played.
The first string had the experience of "Sis" Stannard,
Nancy Chalker, Janie York, Lydia Pardo, "Bev" Pen-
delton, and Betsy Dibble with the help of "Jo-Jo"
Soderstrom and Joan Gladwin.
Miss Strange did an excellent job as coach and
Carol Smith as manager, the team showed a great
improvement over last year and rate our appreciation
for upholding Morgan traditions.
At the start of school last autumn,
the annual job of choosing a cheer-
leader squad for the athletic sea-
son was undertaken. As usual the
job was not an easy one, but the
g i r l s who succeeded certainly
showed that they could fulfill all that
was expected of them and much
Again we had Sue Dibble and
Jane York, representing the Senior
and Junior classes, respectively. The
7 Sophomores proved they really
were on the beam with Betsy Dibble,
Beverly Pendleton, and Lydia Pardo
as their representatives. The girls
have many snappy cheers and put
their hearts in their work, all in all
Morgan School can be proud ofthe
Cheerleaders of 1947-48.
Morgan finished the most successful season in its
history this year. The team went undefeated in Shore-
line Competition and took it's first Shoreline Champion-
ship. Winning 18'and losing 5, the team brought
Morgan School an enviable record which was the
pride of the student body and town.
The big "4" in scoring were "Big" Jim Martin, 270
points, "Rag" Hanlon, 229 points, Ned Dibble, 174
points, and Don Scott, 170 points. Don Scott led the
foul shooting with a 67.8'M: average. Our fine defen-
sive work was the result of "Bud" Vece's great back-
board work. The most thrilling moment of the season
was "Bud" Vece long shot from half floor in an over-
time period that enabled us to defeate Tourtellotte in
the State Tourney.
A great deal of credit for this year's fine season is
given to Coach Drew.
Morgan ........ 43 Alumni .................. 27 Morgan Pratt ....
Morgan ........ 21 Ellsworth .............. 34 Morgan Moodus .......
Morgan ........ 50 Durham ................ 16 Morgan Guilford .....
Morgan ........ 46 Griswold .............. 32 Morgan O. Lyme .....
Morgan ........ 45 Adm. Billard ........ 47 Morgan O. Saybrook
Morgan ........ 34 E. Haven .............. 45 Morgan Pratt ...........
Morgan ........ 37 O. Lyme ................ 22 Morgan Madison .....
Morgan ,....... 75 D. River ................ .31 Morgan Adm. Billard
Morgan ........ 40 O. Saybrook ........ 16 Morgan Guilford .....
Morgan ........ 45 Madison .............. 27 Morgan Griswold .....
Morgan ..... ..... 5 5 Berlin ................ . ..... 45
Morgan ...., ..... 4 3 Tourtellotte ...... 40 Covertimeb
Morgan ..... ..... 2 5 Ellsworth .......
Left to Rnght Flrsi Row Fred Thompson Ev Hunt Ben Brown Bobby Woodsfock Second Row John Johnson
Bull Leckey D Heser Ned Dlbble Don Scott Third Row Bull Shefheld Jnm Martin Norman Lynch Coach
Dugucd Lee Correll
As the book goes to press the baseball team, under the new supervnslon of Mr Dugund
has been unable to prove at s worth
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and Mrs G1IbertStannard
and Mrs Ernest Stannard
and Mrs Walter Nelson
and Mrs Albert De Mee Jousset
and Mrs James Brown
Mlss Pearl MacDonald
Mr and Mrs Albert C Palm
Mr and Mrs Walter Llndner
Mr and Mrs Clmton F Wslluams
Mass Eleanor Phulllps
Mr Herbert Stebbms
Mr and Mrs Raymond Norton
Mlss Elizabeth Hansen
Mlss Lucllle Spicer
Mr and Mrs George S Hull
Mr and Mrs Seward F Hull
Mass Kathryn Darcy
Mr Paul Lundner
Wllford Beauty Shop
Mr and Mrs Fred Rust
Mr Robert G Klase
Mlss Elizabeth Wright
Mass M J Newcomb
Mr and Mrs Wllllam Splcer
Mrs Ruth B Chalker
Mr and Mrs August Neldllnger
Mr and Mrs Theodore Wahle
Mrs Ellhu Stevens
Mrs Ada C Phelps
The Newman Club
Mass Jeanne La Rocque
Mr and Mrs Rudolph Kozlllc
Mass Florence Tnmmermann
and Mrs Bertram R A Smith
and Mrs Walter Wagner
and Mrs Olnver H Chalker
and Mrs Harold Borst
Wnllnam G Grmnell
Mr and Mrs Theodore Neely
Mr and Mrs Fred Parker
Mr and Mrs StlllmanA Swan
Mr and Mrs Edward Benham
Mnss Catherme Rogers
Mrs Estette Buell
Mr Clayson Chalker
Mr and Mrs ElwoodM Wllluams
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs
and Mrs EdwardJ Tukeva
and Mrs Thomas Nenlson
and Mrs Glftord P Fogg
and Mrs Fred Coolcson
Mlss Angela Lopez
Mr and Mrs Norman Drew
Mr and Mrs LewlnG Joel Jr
Mr and Mrs John Wagner Sr
Mr Frank Neuwurth
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Left to Right First Row Johanna Soderstrom Lydia Pardo VlrglmaBorst Marne Schubert and Betsy Burnham. Second Row: Roger Griffin,
The Forum Club IS one of the more recent to Saybrook and had a very enioyable time.
additions to Morgan s lust of activities At the The interest of the club members is sure to make
beginning of th year the club under the able the club a success. -
The Student Council was started this
year with the following officers: President,
James Rintoul, Vice-President, Carl Wood-
stock, Secretary-Treasurer, Nancy Chalk-
There were numerous proiects sched-
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the making of sandwiches and milk shakes
during noon-time. This project was very
successful and we hope later ideas will be
Wu., Left to Right-First Row: Gertrude Platts,
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