Moorestown Friends High School - Cupola Yearbook (Moorestown, NJ)

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J7 'k7k THE 1933 C PU UR MOORESTOXVN FRIENDb SCHUOL H X Yak. 4- f I f fI'1aH1sl1cd lu' THU YIQNI UIJXS9 Y ' li J V B MUURliS ' WX N 'Yffx ' xIliRSIiN 4' E C U P O NINETEEN THIRTY THREE FOREVVORD C1155 at w ll X mud tu ruor m tu my of tu frxmd h1px md nhg tlldltlcms vutm whmh thev Inu nun Nur roundnd 111 the yurs 0 mul LLILILIUOII If Ivloorwtoxxu Fumdb bghool 4 L A K - H Q, HE TQQQ cw 10f3 lzs lub l'Xl X I 's XX d ' I X I X ' preserving for its members the ideals, lX"X s':,1 X 5 " I 'X I 1 'X I XX : f X ' Xz Q f I X" 5 fl I as v 4 "x fi V MOORESTOWN FRIENDS' SCHOOL +R L H+ HE span of L1fe s Journey IS all too bnef At certam t1mes the b st of fnends must part each to go h1S or her separate way Our greatest regret 15 the necesslty of your departure so soon our fondest hope that all of you Wxll l1ve full l1ves da1ly enrxchened w1th devoted servxce to famlly fr1ends and commumty Then and only then Wlll you find true happrness ALBERT E ROGERS . 1 . . . . . 0 . L V , . Q 1 1 9 9 . , , . 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A11 GRA' 'Il i 111 I' Q V ,R ' I L ll MOORESTOWN FRIENDS SCHOOL CHARLESJ ALLEN JR EAST OAK AVENUE MOOIKESTOWN N a Fourteen Ye :rs rt M F S Hlverford RED Soccer 32 33 VIFSIIY Club 32 33 Basketball 31 32 33 Why the Ch1mes Rang 3 Wal mg as lf he trod upon eggs EY Bert d1d you he lr Ed C Qmglast n1ght" A fellow out rn Iowa p1cked h1m up' Although aman of sports and the out of doors Jay has a PWSSIOU for detectors regenera tue c1rcu1ts and osc1ll1tor tubes that causes the ne rr 1nsan1ty of h1s classmates who happen to hear h1m goxng strong jxy would prefer anythmv to f6C1t1I1g Hamlet or Macbeth even Latm EDWARD AYERS CAK AVENUE MOORESTOWN N One Year at M F S Earlham 'Glwu w1lt not utter what thou dost not now RECENT add1t1on to our class Ed IS of the strong s1lent type but we can tell from hrs repeated gnmaces that he wholeheartedly despxses Hamlet and Macbeth And why not when h1s whole l1fe 15 devoted to send1ng C Q s lnto the ether and to keepmg h1s decrep1t Model T al1ve and k1ck1ng7 That IS a hard enough Job for any two normal human bexngs but as we have mtxmated Ed IS one of those super men Page Sez en a 'NH HM- . , . 321 , . J, nj 11 2 2 . . . 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 tt . K I 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 , . tt . 11 gg . I . 1 . . . . 1' , , 1 ' . . - , ' ' , 1. , .V . . . Y 1 I. . . ' , L t 1. - V . 1 - as as an 11 f v A. . . r D , r . , .J. uedn tt , k H 1 1 1 - - . tl. 11 tt 11 Q ' . , . . . - - tt as . . . . . 1 . . . . f s s 1 - 1 T H E C U P O L A NINETEEN THIRTY-THREE -9 OH H+" HELEN BUCKWALTER fBucky Ten Years at M F S RED ERE may we state IS one of our most prom1s1ng cheer leaders and a member famous tr1umv1rate Yelhng however IS not all she can do Numbered her mult1tud1nous act1v1t1es are the wxld dr1v1ng of a Plymouth the sto1c bearmg ordeals of Enghsh and H1St0fy classes 1n s1lence and the contrnuous sendmg of a stream of letters to Bedford Va Moreover Helen keeps the laggmg sp1r1ts of her bookkeepers cheerful Wlth many a tuneless whlstle VIRGINIA BURR 11 VALLEY VIEW TERRACE MOORESTOWN N J Gwmy Twelve Years at M F S School of Des1gn for Women RED Class Treasurer 33 Why the Ch1mes Rang 33 Her vozce IS 11 e cl smgmg bwd FRANKLIN TREET MERCHANTVILLE N Dzscretzon of speech IS more than eloquence of the among of the steady fellow 'ia VERY talented member of our class IS Gmny Her accompl1shments mclude reachmg hxgh G wxth her coloratura soprano vueldmg the art1st s brush wlth dex terlty and mastermg the technlque of gracefully pourmg tea V1fg1D18 IS none too verbose IH class but any cr1t1c wmll soon forget th1s when he beholds the splendid products of her art work Page Ezght c , .j. ss 11 sn. . . . sa H 1 , - s 9 . , , 1 , . , . ss . -as 1 LL - s s wa w 4 , . sn . . . , . as I - ss . an - ' . . . . . - a - y , 9 , . , . . . Y 1 MOORESTOWN FRIENDS SCHOOL 6 MARY LEA DAVIS 311 CHEWS LANDING ROAD HADDONFIELD N J Mary Four Years If M F S RBD Hockey 31 32 On the up o her subdumg tongue All mds of arguments and questzons deep E REMEMBER th1s fa1r natlve of Haddonfield for her ab1l1ty to 1rr1ve late for any occasxon upon a moment s nOt1ce and her amb1t1Ous go gettmg personahty but even more so for her 1b1l1ty as a hockey player Mary Lea carrles On perpetual wrrfare Wlth certun faculty members and by the way never ask her how many A s she got HANNAH DECOU EAST KING s HIGHWAY MERCHANTVILLE N Harmer Thxrteen Ye irs at M F S BLUE Hockey 31 32 33 CC1pta1n Basket ball 32 33 Varsxty Club 33 Student Councll 29 32 Porch Stlff 31 f7YLoo'restown News 33 YEAR BOOK Staff W C T U Essay Prxze 28 A mazden modest but self possessed O ALL outward appearances Hannah 1S the answer to the faculty s prayers w1th her qu1et manners and enough A s to pass the rest of the class But be reassured for we see a very dlfferent Hannah when she charges frantlcally down the hockey field Or bounds about the basketball floor And do you remember the t1me 1n Mr Taylor s sanctum sanc torum when she got too free Wlth the chemlcals and almost blew up the school? Page Nme 1 "ffl R+- , . . 11 11 1 . . . 1 1 1 1 ' 11 . f . li, . 11 Q , - 1 . - - rs - 11 . 1 1. ' ' . .1 1 Z - - 11 1 11 4 1 1 4 1 1 1 , .J. 11 11 2 1 . . . 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 9 Ja ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 132 1 1 1 '- 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 - - 1 ss . 11 1 ' - . 1 . 1 - 1 - 1 . . 1 . . c ' T H E C U O NINETEEN THIRTY THREE Q 4 MARY EASTWOOD GOLF ROAD RIVBRTON N mary SIX Years at M F S Hahnemann I-'osp1tal RED Hockey 33 Captam of Reds 33 Earth holds no other h e me ET us mtroduce our competent hockey goalle who when she s not k1ck1ng the ball e1ther up the Held or down the Held Copuonalj 15 usually somewhere between Rrverton and Woodbury WICFOUE Mary s Ford to run errands for the edltors of the Moorestown News they certa1nly would have been 1n a hole Mary also 15 qurte a chem1stry student at le 1st she has a rubber apron but whether she knows the drfference between H O and MILTON K JORDAN 113 HADDON AVENUE COLLINGSWOOD N j f7Yf1 t F1ve Years at M F S Duke BLUE Student Councml 32 33 Soccer 32 Advertxsmg Manager of YEAR Book Moorestown News 32 Harl to thee hhthe spmt bard thou never wert' IF YQU chance to see a red a1rplane 1n a tH1lSp111 xbout 150 feet above Moorestown on some fine Saturday mormng that w1ll be Mllton However don t worry folks he s only stuntxng M1lt has plenty of nerve on terra Erma too for he frequently gets rnto Imx ups wlth the long arm of the law Whrle dI'lV1I1g madly about South jersey 111 search of ads And does Mr Jordan bother about lessons? Don t be sllly' Page Ten P L A - . QQ K+ ' , . J. , 9 5 ' .. .li .. I 9 7 . . . C , . I V . . , . . . , 2 , . , T - - ' 2 I H3504 is another story. Don't worry. Mary, it will all be over before you know it. .. .I ., A , ' , ' L 1 , ' L L . , . 3 7 ' . ' ' ' I N , V I l 3 I ' ' Q 9 Q F S 5 5 Q - f 1 5 Q A KL 11 5 - 4 MOORESTOWN FRIENDS SCHOOL M ALBERT LINTON JR EAST GAK AVENUE MOOIKESTOWN N fBert Th1rteen Years It M F S Haverford BLUE Torch Stlfl 32 33 Buslness M111 lger of YEAR Book 33 Mmlger of Soccer 32 M 111 rger ofB 1sketb rll 33 M lnwger ofB lse blll 33 Second Pr1ze Allen Re 1d1ng Con test 30 Student Counc1l 30 Assocute Ed1tor of Moofestown News He 15 ll tal er and needs no questxomng be ore he spea s ERE we hwe the class bus1ness mm md sc1ent1st When Bert 1511 t mm lglllg the des t1n1es of the 'Gorch or the YEAR Book he spends h1s tune te xrnw 1p1rt short w mx es w1th YCCCIVCYS of h1S own COUSCYUCIIOD or try1ng to blow hunself up 111 h1s che1n1stry lub Bert wlso pl zys some sort of 1 long shr1ll br rss horn composes OITOIDIIOQOQUC eplgrxrns 1nd lrrm fes trlple dates He tells us he mlso pl zys golf PEARL E LOWTHER EAST CEDAR AVENUE MEIKLHANTVILLE N J Yfzckey Four Ye Irs 1t M F S School of Industrnl Art BLUE L Art Ed1tor of the YEAR Book O meter say that I was alse at heart S 11 h1story student Peirl makes a good Art ed1tor At least her sketches for th1s YEAR Book 1re most Ill ev1dence when Mr Deyo 15 expoundmg on the U S Bmk She cm tell you 1ll you wnnt to know 'tbout Merch 1ntv1lle md then some just lsk her 1f she l1kes her Eggs fr1ed or otherw1se and she w1ll probably fly 1nto 1 rrge beciuse th1s young lwd 15 her irdent su1tor Page I' lezen 1 551 1 R40 . , . 315 , . 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H E C U NINETEEN THIRTY THREE , 4 MARY B MCKNIGHT 10 GAIKFIELD AVENUE PALMYRA N -I Mary Four Years at M F S Wxlson College RED Student Counc1l 31 'Gorch Staff 33 Allen S1ght Readlng Contest 29 Hockey Manager 33 YEAR Book Staff In war was never hon raged more erce N accordmce w1th the old nursery rhyme Mary IS qulte contrary wh1ch fact IS made more evldent when one brmgs up the subject of Thprmg For so smill a person role of a very efhc1ent man rger Mary has Scotch blood and excellently mamtuns the old border sp1r1t Cask any Rwerton commuter GEORGIANA D McILVAINE NEW Lrsaors N George Two Years at M F S W1lson College BLUE Hockey Squ1d 33 Basketb1llSqu1 Student COL11lC1l 33 Her vozce the muszc of the spheres So loud nt deafens mortal ears OISE and George go hand 1D hand Consequently she finds 1C very dlfhcult to preserve the sacred s1lence of the l1brary Maybe It s ber connecuons wlth New L1Sl'JOIl that enable her to talk more and say less at any t1me or 111 any class than most people Also she caused much consternatlon among the teachers when we Hrst started call1ng her George they thought a new masculme member had somehow entered the ranks Page Tu elte T P o L A - F . Qi g 5+ ' . , . . 2: Ll. . 9 5 5 . 3 7 Mary Hlled up the hockey goal quite admirably and served the cocoa after the games in the . . I . 7. 2 , l g ' z I d, '33g 4 G' MOORESTOWN FRIENDS SCHOOL LEONA A MACGEORGE 15 WEST MAIN STREET MOORESTOWN N J Leona Four Ye :rs If M F S Elrlh 1111 RED Hockey 33 B1sketb1ll 32 33 Chf1SC mls Pl 1y 29 M111 rger G1rls Tenms 33 Why the Cll1HlCS Rwng 31 I am the very pm o courtesy HO would belleve th It Leom who s1ts u11d1sturbed 1m1dst the llbrlry could d1spl1y such dynam1c energy on the hockey held 1nd the b1sketb1ll court But the ftct 15 that she does md the other members of both te1ms 1pprec1ate It We well remember how she tugged at our heart strmgs and shattered our ewrdrums vv1th her xylophone that mormng 111 Qssembly IS she belt out Moonhght md Roses ALICE MAHAFFEY 406 WARWICK ROAD HADDONFIBLD N J Altce SIX Yeirs If M F S School of Industrnl Art RED Mly Queen 33 Hockey Te1m 32 33 G1rls Basketball Team 32 33 Captam Mg W A rnard of grace and complete dzgmty LICE alwtys seemed very soph1st1cated unt1l we saw her 1n that ep1c George School grme when someone bxffed her w1th a basketball Her weak po1nt IS Lat1n but she more th rn m rkes up for lt on the hockey Held and If every socml event that she graces w1th her presence Among other thmgs Al1ce dlSllk6S to Warble IH Assembly much preferrlng the hymns 1n mornmg chapel at St joseph s Page 1 h zrleen 1 409 344' 1 1 ' lt 11 I I . . k. 2 l 1 1 1 . ls 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 ' N Y... 1 - - 1 ' 4 1 1 ' '- 1 1 ,S .S 4 .t . 1. . 5 f - . , . 5 f .. , k f 1. uf Q . 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T H E C U P O A NINETEEN THIRTY THREE 0 WILLIAM B MARSHALL 574 WARWICK ROAD HADDONFIELD N CB1 Six Years at M F S Earlham RED He has :mented Hzstory HERE S ilw 1ys one person in History Class that never seems to be floored by some obscure dlte or some unhe 1rd of name and that person is none other than the gentle min pictured lboxe Bill Marsh ill Besides his history complex Bill is 1 genuine art1st in reeling ofl 1IlfI'1C ite speeches enhmced by picture post clrds IH English cl iss th it keep his DORIS MAXIM MAIN STREET MOOIKESTOWN N j Dons Three Years it M F S Radcliife College BLUE Why the Chimes Rlnv 33 Her haw streams 11 e a meteor to the troubled arr E LL always remember Doris as Lady Macbeth in thit sleep walking scene the effect of which was enhanced by her abundance of curly hair Who can tell? Maybe we have a future Katherine Cornell in our midst Like her boon comp 1111011 Lnnny Doris has aspirauons in the field of Art to which statement the walls of Miss Stein s room bear ample Witness Page Fourteen L . -Q2 gy - , .-I. .. U.. I , 1 1 f ' , I ' . I 1 ' 1 ' , I ' 1 . ' ' ' , ' ' 1 ' 1 ' A ' 1 ' ' 1 1 ' f 1 ' ' 1 1 ' audience spellbound. For Bill is a tourist par excellence and truly il second Demosthenes. 1 1 1 . . . K . X .. . 2 tv.. , . 1 f " ' ' , - ' 5 1 MOORESTOWN FRIENDS SCHOOL O JOHN MOORE UNION MILL ROAD MOOIKESTOWN N johnny Nine Yeirs at M F S BLUE Soccer 31 32 Biskethill 31 32 33 Basehill 32 33 Ciptain Studentfouncil 31 32 fP1'CS1C.lCIWtJ Virsity Clulv 32 Boys Sports Editor of YEAR BOOK Blue Captun 33 Uhere s not a bonme bird that smgs but minds me o my etm EHOLD the sm ishing fullhiclx on our soccer te un the rovinv center Llllfllilf the winter term and the combination catcher ind second bisemin on the diamond this is our These he denies with outraged dignity hut nex ertheless they are xery appirent when he hangs around the halls fir into the night waiting for his sister CRemember john the femile is cleldlier than the male HELEN MORTON 31 FIFTHIAN AVENUE MERCHANTVILLE N Honey Elexen Ye lrs it M F S RED Christmls Plly Chorus 33 A docile disposition will with application surmount any difficulty IF ANYONE can accomplish things without making a noise about it it s Morton Honey is one of the grelt triumx ir ite which has helped the Lucky Strike company through the depression Credit her also with sustuning the U S Postoffice through her copious cor respondence with R mndolph M icon Nevertheless Honey keeps up the morale of the French and English teachers by her unimpeachable behavior Page I' zfteen . -as rw , . J. ' 1 . . , . - ' ,' ,':2 af 1 Z 9 S s ' C L ' A J h a . , . . Q 2 . , . L Q , 2' ,' . as L L S F L f L D U , . ' ' . 1 . 1 1 A. - ' ' selffmade hefman, Johnny. Besides heing athletic, John also has romantic inclinations. f ' ' ' ' , ' L ' L A . . L 1. L 4 . W . , , 1 1 ' Q ' . ' , .J. ' z 1 ,' , 7 9 ' 2 ' Y' 2 ' ' ' 'A 1 f 1 . ' , ' H E C U P O NINETEEN THIRTY THREE Q 0 RITA C MOTTET 222 RHOADES AVENUE HADDONFIELD N eune Three Yeirs at M F b School of Des1gn for Won1e11 BLUE O blzthe newcomer' We hear thee and rejmce FTER an ll7SCI1L6 of sexer1l years from M F S Rm decxded she 1ust couldnt do w1thout If ergo she IS brck to grxduate IS the l1test fem1n1ne ldd1tlOll to the Class of 33 Her st1ll SID 1ll vo1ce IS meek enough IH cllsses but oh my' we ve heard her when she s 1 tr1fle bes1de herself We can t qunze lmigllie Rlta as 1 cheer lelder but after gym class her xoc 11 orgn s xre ll nne tr1m Ancl by the w1y R1t1 what wxll the Penn football team do w1thout you next year? ELIZABETH OAKS 807 COOPER STREET CAMDEN N J fBetty SIX Years at M F S Bucknell BLUE fx Basketb1llM1n1fer 33 I am slow of study BETTY a loyal C1mden1te rolls up to school every mornmg 111 a gle llD1Dg Pack 1rd at 8 45 sharp A competent g1rls basketball man 1ger she c1rr1ed lemons w1th utmost prec1s1on to and from the lunch room every Fr1day durmg the vx 1nter season We ve not1ced a homlcxdal 1nst1nct apparent 111 MISS Oaks for her eyes flash hte when anyone IUCHICIOUS Vlfgll And also warn Professor Muzzey to keep h1s d1stance Page S1 rlcrn , . J. 1.1 an 1 1 1 . . . 1, - X 11 . . . u . X , , . . ,-iz 1 x .. K 1 -- . Q . . . 1 1 1 7 1 1 . . . 1 LH' 1 f ' 1 Q 1 - .1 - . 11. . , , 1 1 , , Ai 1 1 . . 1 . . . . 1 - . 1 1 . 2 , 1 2 1 2 T . 1 , L, ,f K 1.1 ww f, j 'Qi 1 1 . . . 1 X ' , 1 1 . 1 .3 , . 11 11 , C 2 , i I t L ' ' , , . ' ' f ' . I 1 ' , . . . . 1 . , , 1 - 5 1 K ' ,. ,1 . , MOORESTOWN FRIENDS' SCHOOL 'fm H44- FLORRAINE-I PETERSON 209 LIPPINCOTT AVENUE RIVERTON fPete Srx Yelrs rt M F S RED County W C T U Poster Prrze 31 Ivhnrger of Grrls B1sketb1llTe1m 31 Never oolnsh but eter wwe ON T ever ask Pete to do anythrnv or go anywhere wrth you on Frrday or Saturd ry rught She won t accept It s xlways I m so sorry but It seems that Haver ford gxves 1ts students qurte 1 few vacatxons and weekends of wh1ch Pete makes full use M1ss Peterson 1nforms us th rt she rs gorng to be rn 1rt1st but she 15 also cultrvatxng the 1rt of cookmg for future purposes T H DUDLEY PERKINS JR EVERGREEN LAWN MOORESTOWN N J Du. Th1rteen Years at M F S Swuthmore RED Basketball 31 32 33 Captam of Basket ball 33 Baseball 30 31 32 33 un1or Essay Pr1ze 32 Second Pr1ze Senlor Essay 33 Second Pl rce Publrc Spe 1k1ng Contest 32 'Gorch Staff 33 Student Counc1l 29 31 VHfS1tY Club 33 W C T U Essay Prrze 27 Captarn of Reds 33 ASSOCIHIC Ed1tor of News 33 .A very clever man by nature CGHIS gr1m v1sage belles the cheerful sp1r1t that l1es beh1nd the face of T H D P jr The bane of M1ss Meader s ex1stance Dud 15 nevertheless an A student and thrnks that he W1ll get 1nto Swarthmore But wh1chever college may f 1ll herr to Perk1ns w1ll at the same t1me acqu1re an lll round athlete We understand that he 1S much seen 1n the v1c1n1ty of Haddonfield and we wonder Page Sezenteen .,N.J. . . K c 1 1 I , . f , ' - D . - 'Q 1 LL! 55 - . t . 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A , T H E CFU P O L A NINETEEN THIRTY THREE 9 HELEN W ROBERTS CHESTNUT STREET MOORESTOWN N Helen Thlrteen Years at M F S Vassar College BLUE Student Coun 1l 30 32 Basketball 33 Ho key 32 33 YEARBOOK Staff Assocnte Edltor Jbfoorestown News Second Prlze un1or Essly Captaln of the Blues Old asluoned as 1 tutored on the ar REALLY d1d hurry Mxss Stem Cut clocks must be slow 1S Helen s duly statement as she bursts 111120 the class room l1te 111 the IT1OI'l11l1g Although Helen 1S quxte popular she was left OUtS1dC on the hockey tea1n for 1f you ple ase left Wlllg Helen also graces the basketball team and her chargmg bounces e1ther gun her space or personals In splte of the fact that Helen works qu1te hxrd Ill Math her h1ghest C B m1rk 15 67 but never fear she hopes to get a 70 some day PETER P RODMAN 309 SHREWSBURY ROAD RIVERTON N fPete SIX Years at M F S Hxverford BLUE Cl1ssPres1dent 29 32 Student Counc1l 30 31 rF7OTCl'l 31 32 33 Edltor 33 YEAR Book Staff Ed1tor of Moorestown News 33 Why the Ch1n1es Ring 31 Soccer 31 I am Sn' Oracle and when I ope my lzps Let no dog bar ORGANIZER sc1ent1st schol1r pubhsher gentleman Wh 1t a mm' We wonder vthat the school 1S gomg to do w1thout th1s s1lent but good humored student whose bass nearly drowned MISS Paul s Slllglllg classes and whose 'Garth proved the SCIISIIIOD as well as the economy of the school year Although h1S golf swmg ISD t qu1te as successful as h1s report card Pete goes 1n for all sports hard and has prov1ded more than one bru1se for an opponent on the soccer field for wherever Pete goes he makes a place for h1mself Page I' zghfern ' +24 li++' , .. .. . , . . . 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MOORESTOWN FRIENDS SCHOOL FLCRENCE WALLACE 114 WASHINGTON AVENUE HADDONFIELD Florence Three Yerrs rt M F S john Fletcher College RED Her volce was eter so t gentle and low ISSECTING anythmg from gu1nea pxgs to gold fish 15 Floren e s hobby If you wmnt her IU a hurry just go down to the lab and youll probably lind her w1th Tn eye 1n one hand and a heart ID the other and the mnards of some anrmal strewn IH front of Sonltr 10 her less smgume moments Florence has a leanmg toward the mmlstry JANE WELSH 303 EIGHTH STREET RIVERTON N une Srx Years at M F S W1lson College RED Student Councll 30 31 32 Class Treasurer 32 'Gorch Staff 33 A dearth of words tlus woman need not ear ANE who has Scotch blood and IS proud of lt talks frequently of jock and Doug But don t get exc1ted for they Tre merely her two pet Scott1es In extractlng dues from 1 long sulfermg class for hnancmg our Jumor Prom she was mdrspensable also she clarms to be adept at p1ng pong At Wllson we predlct Jane s pxano playmg and hosp1tal1ty wrll CHSIIY make a place for her Page A meieen I .Ng gp. , N. J. A I z z . V .. A 7 f , , 5 a s C '- her. Nevertheless, her gentler nature is evident when she plays Beethoven's "Moonlight t 2 zu' I ' . ' ' ' A . , . J. , , , , , , , . bt . f 'V l . 1 HS 51 bi 15 3 1 ' K . I , . 1 . . L ' 1 . ,. T H E C U P O L A NINETEEN THIRTY THREE QQH 19+ PAUL WETHERILL '735 PARK AVENUE COLLINGSWOOD N J fPau Two Years at M F S Trinity RED Year Book Circulation Manager O Science and Logic he chatters AUL is a born chemist Some day he will blow up his laboratory but til then his enthusiasm is ever increasing Nobody ever saw Paul aroused until the epic football victory of the Seniors over the juniors when the Seniors had a civil war in one of their huddles However all ended well and Paul went back to his test tubes and his crucibles Paul might like school if their were no French or English or History or a few other things JAMES A E WOOD HARMONY HALL CINNAMINSON N 'YH Thirteen Years at M F S Harvard BLUE Class President 30 31 Soccer 31 32 33 Captain of Soccer 32 Basketball 32 Essay President of Varsity Club 33 Editor of YEAR Book 33 First Prize Public Speak ing Contest 32 Student Council 30 32 Associate Editor ofT5o1ch 32 33 Kinfolk of of Robin Hood 28 Why the Chimes Rang 32 Associate Editor of Moorestown News And e en though vanquished he could argue still With words o learned length and thundering sound HERE We have one of the three male survivors amongst the charter members of M F S 33 one to whose editorship this volume stands a monument The size of jim s feet 1S second only to that of his vocabulary and Gilbert Sullivan repertoire and his golf swing and tennis stroke are marvels of precision while his locker room harmony with Cramer Moore and Deyo although as yet unrecognized will some day rank with that of the Mills Brothers Page Tuenty , . . .. I.. . , , ' ' D . ss ss l . V , . J. 1 I1 I 1 Q 1 Q 2 , Q , q Q '33g Baseball, '31, '32, '33g First Prize, Senior 9 ' ' ,' 4 ' , , . , , . . , , . 9 . 7 9 Y D Y g . 1 1 , , 5 D . C. , . 1 . . , l . . 9 ' I , S 9 7 MOORESTOWN FRIENDS SCHOOL WHO S WHC Sxmp1tlLt1L CALS Blggest Ellbf ERKINS l ILI y B mshful LL1Llx1LSt Yu wlworn ElllLlLIlf C ullllvle Temper lmewt ll Humorom L7l1lII1t.SY S6Uf1IDk.DIll u1eteSt Oflglll nl Unruly CODSL.16Ilf1OL1c lvlodest Comelted CI 155 Bwhelor lwla lxxu HI Purriumox XX ETHEIXILL RQBET T5 IKODM-KN LIXITONI lVIAxm 01113 Av WALLKLE MOQRE MOLLTOKJ ALLEN! 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THE SENIOR CLASS N THE year 1920 a small and bellow1ng group met ln the Kmdergarten room l1ttle reahzmg ln the mxdst of 1ts howls and yells that lt was the Hrst class to enter under a new reg1me 1n wh1ch the two Fr1ends schools were merged under the name of Moores town Fnends school We hurled blocks and troubled deaf Heaven wlth our bootless cr1es for the first three years and went on b1rd walks and learned many thxngs dur1ng the next three From 26 to 29 our tune was spent rac1ng around 1U comparat1ve freedom and th1nk1ng ourselves very 1mportant but ID these last years we have begun to study almost ser1ously as college boards loom 0 er the horxzon though cursed and denounced by every teacher 1D the school feels that IC w1ll be mxssed because of the mult1tude of master m1nds prevalent 1n If We have passed through the ordeals of underclass l1fe the publ1c speakmg the readmg the essays and the prel1m1nary C B s and have emerged Vw 1ser and better We have taken on and lost members but always have preserved a sturdy nucleus around wh1ch to center all our aCt1V1t16S and projects We have held mult1tud1nous 1nd1gnat1on meetmgs agalnst var1ous teachers and 1n every case at the end of the per1od of 1nstruct1on at the1r hands have deeply regretted havmg to end our classes w1th them We have to1led Page Tu enly luo U L - I 3 . L A s . . Our class is one that has been deeply rooted in M. F. S. traditions, and one which, , . - . . , . , i . . . . , . , , . . . , . , . . . U I ' + MOORESTOWN FRIENDS SCHOOL +6 m pelxplrpd OP tht II I 1 ho 1 UL lt atm hp L xx1t1 x nxnw smug 5 md m our SLINUI w ll hold uvdlxpuud pcswuqcmxm of Hu hdd of IIWU lmur ll lthlgtlw xx huh held w xx futumd x t ql Q mm umm norm Ulllk ll xx mu xxltw tn x on tmpd lt 66 thu SLIHOIN wort mum m tu ut N N ml N17 W mx g lr uxn mt 1 N 11 u ILIFIVN mx nm IL LIIIIQ. N xx N t mm UI mul um mu 0 tm zu xxlx m-1 LOU put off lux ml Lum xxu. ov om L 1 N Mm up U, K' lm 11410 LX n t t hut NIIWULIN K Xuan nr 11 lt mo A fm Um md bl L for All to SCHOOL SONG From bwond the Pulls and mllw ELIIOLY budq our song 0 ,hmm Lis ll :th hearts m lou IUIIILJ Our umes now we mm Louder swell the Fmppv charm Luudm' send lt LIT and muh um to rim cmur ymgi out Llmr on uwx sn Fo hw loyal songs and dmwlmrs mms 11 L41 to ulrrv m 71 tm truth and plasma LIIIULIXS That our Sdwol IS ound Li mm For her Honor 15 your honor limi her uma IS one mth wu 411 hm! to that oreler ll L 1111 flu I LL ml L Wr1ttcv1 Fw RLTH B 91 Lvuux, 20 Fluff frlenfrf lflru .9 2 K . -J 'Q 'X . 'Hess Ls -ghlff'-115 "l . ' ju " iv he -NJC ' -.1 ' in 1,119 1 w 'hi-1, fm 1-QC x H. f, ' "Li I'l.: 4.':c' ulp fglq. Ww.'cl'.'wgCY.'l .1g,5U H ' nlflf' .ls rl f xx lolz" lmfkctlmll Q. bl 1 .tcs, Q ,l fV1I'. To f I ' ,Yu 'Ch' 5 hc ' ld b l' N N 'Mk "L Furthcr'umr'c, thc class Ins llIX.lNillHOLlS1y decided tlmt' lts Prom was Ivy fm' the best yet or, A1'l. For thou. lm our class has in it cvcrythinh from .1x'i.1tm's 4 l '. l' '51 fr s 0 cor .111 1 vc 11.1 " ulitcws, wc . 1' .1 pcrfccl cxalnplc uf Llm. tto: " ll ' ' 'J .-UH Hf ' " Xl' . K' "' 4' Q ic. C' 2 ' Il ' J Q I I ' ,' . ' , 'H . ' ' 4: g V f . . 'V , ' , H4 l,LlHL , 'Abi LHSIN: Ye Ballade Ye Classe of 33 Page T1 rnlyfour Full tvs elxe long years the1r lengthy course h axe run CThe War 1S o er but ours has just begun Smce 33 began 1fS educat1on And headed for the1r day of graduataon And 111 these merry years at M F O gentle reader you would nex er guess Our master IU1llClS so actaxe and so rape I-laxe all one tmae rex erted back to type We all recall the t1me 111 Sex enth Grade When Wood and ordan worthy lads and st a1d For hours durmg Manual Tranaang stood Tryalag to make some art1f1c1al wood W1th shaxangs melted Glue some CIPIIWC boa A1 d sundry artacles of ty pe unknovan Tlaen too the t1me th at a demure lass M1ss Dams member of our noble cl ass Whlle domg hgure e1ghts on dangerous ILC W1th frantac yells and vxeepnag W aalnag craes Fell through The noble men of 13 W1th fearless courage an arx elous to see Rushed to her ISSISTIVICC vs1th 1 pl anl1 A1 d pulled the drappuw female to the la anl1 We can recall that day at Ocean C1ty Wlaen M1lton pale and Vs an Cah what apatyj Q The cl ass s yearly seashore outmg marred By a,ett1ng sack upon the boulex ard A1 d oh the t1me that Hann ah un Wu are W1th terror 111 her tremblang mc ant st are Exploded W1th a fnghtful roar a tube D6Sp1fC the admomtaons of our Cube A1 d as she saw the fragments sa1l sky h1gh The tears came fast and ox erllow ed her eye We ca1 t forget M Albert when he bought A clarn et and ID1ClSt our yells d1straught Fe p1ped away We hope sometame he may D1spose of1t We all recall the day That DOYIQ l'l1Cl1lWg 111 an 'IIICICPI' shed Through dust of Whach :hot sun beams brnl t M1stcol1 a ray of laght for oal1en beam qlae cl avx 1 g for support vnth frlphtful scre am Dad try to grasp the ray lal as 1l 1ckj Wh1ch melted anto nothmgness lder lu ack Was xery black and blue and st1ll IS nom As heax 1ly she landed on 'a cow O would that vae could tell you other ta es For vae haxe bales and bales and bales and bales That stall are left But space IS hlled you see And vse must close thas tale of 33 aa d red v v A - v 1 1 , . 1 , 1 , 11 J . 1 . . 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 . 2 2 . .c., 5 . 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I' 1 c H11 '. 1 5.1 C llggl 'Q J' ' .1' Tzlwlllry-,w1'f'1r QH T H E C U P O L A NINETEEN THIRTY-THREE THE FACULTY ROM the well tramed corps of teachers wrth wh1ch the hlgh school IS blessed we have room only to mentron those under whose guldance We have absorbed knowledge ID our last s1x years To begm w1th lt 1S Mr Reagan who has played a large part 1n the shapmg of our phrlosophres and rel1g1ous 1deals and lt IS he who has gu1ded us IH our cho1ce of a college Although we have passed out of Mr Rogers jurrsdlctlon he has nevertheless acted as a k1nd and sympathrzmg Faculty Adv1ser for us ID all our functxons as a class Mr Deyo 15 the source from whence spr1ngeth our acquamtance w1th hlstory of all sorts and var1et1es and w1th Clcero and Vlfgll wh1le we can thank MISS Stem for our ab1l1ty to precls paraphrase and punctuate and for our knowledge of Enghsh l1terature MISS Wr1ght and Mr Carr share honors rn our memory as the school mathemat1c1ans whrle below 10 the nether regrons of the hlgh school Mr Taylor pres1des over a vast con glomeratron of twlsted glass tubmg old and shghtly putrescent worms and frogs and sundry ev1l odors MISS Dougherty and Mr Magee efhcrently whrp all our athletrc teams 1nto shape and last but not least MISS Meader does a splendld Job poundmg French mto rather thrck heads the record of her pup1ls 1n French College Boards attestmg to her success 1n th1s l1ne Page Tu enly ezght . , . 1 1 , . . . - s a 1 1 s s - ' 1 V . . . , s 9 ' v a a , . aw- THE CU P O L A NINETEEN THIRTY-THREE f'!+Q- .lu-,- W 1 f M wx: K ff!! ff EH EIU ef' , I 144 ' V-sin X l X l X A 1 ' . 1 -ff . ,ul J- Z W. T H E C U P O L A NINETEEN THIRTY-THREE 'ffffl H40- CLASS OF 1934 CLASS OFFICERS fP1es1dent WALTER Hmsr "Uwe fP1es1dent LIVINGSTON DEYO Greasuver BAYARD BRUNT ELL we re Junxors now but there hasn t been any great change just a few drops 1n the tone of some vo1ces We ve struggled through the entanglements of the jumor Prom and even the Semors as well as the orchestra had to admrt that the snow scene was qu1te effectrve Many of our former classmates who have strayed to var1ous boardmg schools were warmly welcomed home agam at th1s afFa1r Extemporaneous Publ1c Speaklng IS over too that s someth1ng we have on the Sophomores Sprke Jones w1ll have h1s name engraved on the cup for h1S eloquent exposxtron on That Fr1day N1ght Feel lng Our numbers are down to twenty s1x now Incrdently only srx members of our class are resldents of Mooresto wn wh1le the rema1nder come from any where between Med ford Edgewater Park and Haddonfield We extend our heart1est congratulauons to the graduatlng class and best wrshes for the future of every Sen1or Page Thzrly Secretary ..... ............................. 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' , . , , 7 ' I Y 7 ' MOORESTOWN FRIENDS SCHOOL ...nn-q.,......4-....,,4 CLASS OF 1935 CLASS OFFICERS fPres1dent JOHN FLICK '51easu're1 HAIKIKISON TODD Secretary ROBERT LEVIN AY back 1n the d1m past or to be exact the year 1922 A D a great organ1zat1on wh1ch was to last twelve years was born Now all but two of the twelve years have gone down as h1story Dur1ng th1s long per1od of lll1CCZlSlDg struggle for knowledge the orgamzatxon commonly called the Class of 1935 has changed cons1derably few of the or1g1nal members are left Up to thxs year problems that had sprung up were only of momentary xmportance and were plrtly solved by teachers and parents Now we are forced to decxde for ourselves Th1S year the class pondered w1th magmlicent endurance over the problems of buyxng class rmgs of g1vmg class partxes and the lxke and saw w1th just pr1de many of 1tS members blossom out on vars1ty squads Thus as xt has always done the Cl lss of 1935 wlll contmue to r1se w1th the progress of human events I nge Thzrty on e 1 A V A ' -. 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CLASS OF 1936 CLASS OFFICERS fP1es1dent ELLIOTT MECHLING 'Ulce fPres1dent ANNA HAINBS 'lflreasuvev EUGENE KAIN N THE present N1nth Grade there are only n1ne left who remember havmg partlken 111 the block fights In Kmdergarten In M1ss Jacobs room we went on b1rd walks and played Ind1 ms we suffered and learned under MISS Swm s rule and Hnally arrwed at the d1gnIty of berng Freshman 111 the junror Hlgh School We have wandered through the halls of all three burldmgs Up to ThIrd Grade we were 111 the present Elementary Buxldmg then moved to the now demol1shed Second Street structure and Hnally came back to MISS Swan s before movmg to our present stampmg ground In closmg we w1sh the graduatmg class the best luck In the world feelmg sure they wIll make good 111 the future Page Tlmty Iuo Secretary ........,.,....,.,,.....,...,.,...,... VIRGINIA KOERNER l . . Q . 'z g ' ' 2 l ' ' ' 9 I l 3 7 ++H MOORESTOWN FRIENDS' SCHOOL :c++- Mi! JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL HUGH ilfif iii! 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STOCK MARKET WEATHER Am Tel and Tel 234 F1 and a w1th 3e2212iT'S20596 wxlnados Stand on N J uso and Cyclones Volume 28 Date February 31 1950 No 1933 BIG DISPUTE HARVARD HEAD BARS CLASS DAY ORCHESTRA Harvard students are holdmg mass meetlngs and contemplatlng demandmg the resngnatlon of thelr president Dr james A E Wood who has deflmtely refused to allow the Slbxlant Saxes to play on Har vard Class Day Dr Wood has been against such orchestras all hls Infe and IS especnally opposed to thls one because It xs consxdered the snappl est and most up to date 1n the country azzy jack Allen the leader and orgamzer of the orches tra IS serlously consxdermg brmgmg a Iawsult agamst Dr Wood for his mterventnon 1nto hrs prlvate gams In splte of all thxs opposltlon D Wood IS standlng flrm on his worthy feet llke the SUILCBSE lmpson of hrs hugh school days .I GARDINER WELSH EDITS BOOK ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE At last after varlous attempts by sundry authors J Gardmer Welsh noted language crxtxc has suc ceeded 1n gettxng publlshed at the Bestcrook PUbIlSlllDg Co a book deallng wlth the line pomts of the Engllsh language whxch the Amen can public so often mutllates The questlon of whether read pronounced reed or recl has fmally been answered lh this work This example shows the fineness of the finest polnts with whlch thls fine book Hnely deals l I I PRIMA DONNA DAMAGED IN CRASH WITH TAXI Madame Burr Inyured Slightly The car of Madame Vlrglnla Burr world renowned Grand Opera singer crashed wlth a cab of the Lavender Orchid Taxi Co drlven by cabby Ed Ayres at about 8 30 last mght as she was bexng escorted to her evenlng performance at the Opera House She was to smg ln Das Hullabaloo Spectators of the crash clalm that cabby Ayres slde swlped Madame Burr s car and crashed into a tele phone pole whlch turned hrs car completely around forcnng hxm to collide head on agaxn wlth the mammoth limousine of the same Grand Opera smger Cabby Ayres suffered sllght ln jurles namely a broken ear and three teeth misplaced Madame Burr was rushed to the hospxtal where she IS bemg treated for tangled vocal chords Her condx txon IS not ser1ous although lt IS belleved she w1ll be unable to smg for several decades DR H ROBERTS FLIES HOME Mass Helen W Roberts IS ex pected to return tomorrow morn mg by plane from France where she has been studying for ten years for her Doctors degree ID Mouse trap setting She received this honor yesterday after she had been deslgnated by Dr Petrocarnosxy lmplomovltch as the most efflclent mouse trapper xn the country lVI1ss Roberts feels thoroughly prepared to teach ln thls reglon and wlll wel come students of all ages AIRWAY HEAD IN SAD PLIGHT Fmd Hlmself on Church Steeple as Plane Falls Mllton K jordan president of the Transcontinental Alrway I..1ne ound himself ln a precarious and 'embarrassing sltuatlon late last Saturday afternoon when the motor of his auto glro suddenly went dead Just as he was above a pomted church steeple Mr ordan not reallzxng that he was so close to the ground was much surpnsed to feel a sharp steel rod sprmg up beneath hum and to feel himself suspended m mld alr Mr ordan saxd t reporters The feelmg I had was even more breath taklng than when I got my pnlot s llcense ln my hugh overcome by hls harrowmg experl ence was led to bed by hls lovmg wlfe who left hxm busily readlng a book entltled How to Fly Auto C-yro DAVIS CHOSEN AS DECORATOR Will Decorate the New Whlte House Miss Mary Lea Davis the world famous lnterlor decorator has re celved the immense task of decorat 1ng the entlre mterlor of the re cently completed Whlte House whlch soon wlll be used as the home of the President mstead of the former one whlch was de mollshed by bombs Miss Davis pyramldlstxc desxgns have been adopted throughout the country and lt IS expected that she wxll use them ln the Whlte House g , .: E . . 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I . .T1 TT , I T .M l u - I 1 ,tm,, 1 . . . , , E . . v - ' ll 'II v - l ' IS . - , - THE HERALD STEEPLECHASE WINNER WETHERILL IN BIG THROWS RIDER OVER EXPLOSION TAPE No Serrous Consequences , Only the Jockey rs Hurt In the recent steeplechase on the Sahara Desert of the two horses entered Roderick vrc Alprne dhu ho rero Mcllvarne up won by a tooth s length over hrs opponent rn a thrrllrng cross country dash Unfortunately the mount trrpped over the flnrsh tape gorng rnto a trrple half garner and krckrng hrs rrder rn the mouth The verdrct of the horse doctors offers no cure for the latter who has lost the use of her famous vorce EINSTEIN SQUELCI-IED I'I De Cou Bests I'Irm In a recent debate held rn a row boat on the Rhrne Rrver Mrss Hannah T DeCou trrumphed over Ernstern drscussrng the advrsabrlrty of usrng hydrogen mrxed wrth oxy gen to blast men to Mars Mrss DeCou from her hrgh school days has been an expert rn the use of explosrves Havrng just com pleted a thorough course rn blowmg thrngs rn drfferent drrectrons she had a slrght advantage over her adversary as hrs mrnd was sorely overtaxed when he presented to the world hrs theory on relatrvrty back rn I933 FIRE SALE A frre sale wrll be held on Satur day Some of the features of thrs startlrng event wrll be-half burned lace evenrng gowns water bogged swagger surts and numerous other bargarns all to be sold at half prrce 'ee Mrss Mahaffey or Mrss Oaks Injured as He Tests Chemrcals For Dyes Dr Paul Wetherrll the noted Amerrcan screntrst rs recoverrng rn the Qewemup Posprtal from the burns recerved from an explosron of the apparatus he was usrng rn tryrng to make a lrqurd to dye arr The explosron occurred just as he was makrng the last test that would assure hrs success Co leagues of Dr Wetherrll hadre peatedly warned hrm of the danger of the experrment srnce sodrum and nrtroglycerrne are used extensrvely l but he felt that the result would be of such value that rnjury to hrm would be of lrttle consequence rn comparrson D Wetherrlls re covery rs almost assured srnce he rs rn the care of the founder of the Hosprtal Dr Peter Rodman the famous surgeon who has made such rmportant drscoverres rn the care of burns caused by chemrcals PREMIER DEPORTS U S CITIZEN FOR HERESY McKnrght Brrngs the Wrath Of Nlussolrnr on her Head 4 Reports from Rome rnform us of the deportatron of Mrss Mary B McKnrght U S crtrzen and Latrn rnstructor of Weeteechum Unr versrty rn New Mexrco Mrss Mclinrght was delrverrng a llecture on how to prevent quarrels rn the home to the students f Rome Unrversrty Benrto Musso lrnr who was present drsagreed wrth the lecturer and has had her deported for heretrcal rdeas Mus solrnr as a result of the drsagree ment suffered a broken Jaw and leg and a closed eye He wrll re cover rt rs expected rn two months T H D PERKINS DISAPPEARS Golf Ball Krng Mrssrng From Home Srnce Monday T ll Dudley Perkrns the great golf ball lung has been mrssrng from hrs home rn Mashre Vrllage the most elrte sectron of New York srnce Monday evenrng It rs feared that he rs sufferrng from amnesra srnce he has been under great mental strarn lately tryrng to perfect a golf ball that can be sold for Frve cents other companres have already begun to manufacture the twenty flve cent balls on whrch Mr Perkrns made hrs mrllrons When last seen Perkrns was wearrng a black and whrte checked surt and a robrn s egg blue tre wrth prnk and yellow roses on rt Detectrves are anxrous to obtarn any rnformatron concern tl0l"l MISS CAMDEN KIDNAPPED HORN AND HARDART HEIRESS MYSTERIOUSLY ABDUCTED Mrss Pearl Lowther heiress to the Horn and I-'lardart mrllrons and present Mrss Camden was mysterrously abducted from Cafe Beeron tap last Monday morning at I I5 The abductors are askrng S7 89 for the return of the ravrshrng former follres grrl who rs thrs year a contestant for the trtle of Mrss Amerrca Detectrve Peterson the sleuth hound famous for her suc cess rn baH'I1ng abductron cases has taken upon herself the solvrng of the mystery surroundrng Mrss Low thers drsappearance Speedy de tectron of the crrmrnals rs expected l . 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THE HER XLD PENGUIN RADICALS REBEL IN SCHOOLS ADOPT MAXIM LITTLE AMERICA FRENCH VOCABULARY AID I Ambassador s Lrfe Threatened Ambassador Wrllram Marshall has been recalled from Lrttle Amerrca by the Presrdent because of a rebellron of the pengurns there It rs expected that thrs rebellron wrll soon be put down and Ambassa dor Marshall wrll be able to return ln safety as rt rs rmpossrble for the pengurns to remarn heated rn such a frrgrd regron GOLF BALL BIFFS REVEREND MO0RE BALL INTERRUPTS SERMON The Rrght Reverend john F Moore whrle preachrng hrs usual Sunday mornrng sermon at the Sacred Flower Cathedral was sud denly struck on hrs bald pate by an unusually hard golf ball The con gregatron was startled as the ball crashed through the prrceless Dan delron wrndow absolutely destroy rng rt Authorrtres have drscovered that rt was the brrllrant young golfer Mrss Mary E Eastwood who drove thrs drsastrous ball from the second trap of the Farrway Country Club hoprng to capture the woman s champronshrp of the U S The cost of the damages to the Reverend Moore s head the Dande Iron wrndow and the golf ball has not yet been settled because Mr Morrrs Albert Lrnton r presrdent of the Crrrndy Crrndy Insurance Co has yet to return from hrs huntrng trrp over the Rancocas to brrng back wrld game Mr Lrnton especrally desrres to return wrth Irvrng specrmens of wrld mosqurtoes for the Bert Bug House Moores town N As soon as Mr Lrnton arrrves the Reverend Moore the Dandelron wrndow and the golf ball hope to collect rnsurance for damages I Schools everywhere are raprdlyl rnstallrng the Maxim French Vo cabulary Machlne so that they may cut down on the hours necessary for masterrng the French language Thrs machrne by berng connected wrth the nose and left ear of theI student grves hrm rn Eve mrnutes a French vocabulary large enough to pass Cp 2 College Board B usrng rt ten mrnutes the student gams a vocabulary large enough to pass Cp 3 Mrss Maxrm IS tryrng to make a srmrlar machrne for other I forergn languages EXPERT CONSDLTED Mrss Helen Buckwalter who rn troduced the Irvrng snake bracelet whrch she wore rn her prcture en I recently been takrng lessons from Mrss Helen Morton rn how to con trol the facral muscles when others are Iaughrng Mrss Morton has had puprls from all over the world among whrch have been the laugh rng hyenas from Australra MOTTET ELECTED WCT U CHAIRMAN Mrss Rrta Mottet was elected to' the presrdentral charr of the natronal Woman s Chrrstran Temperance Unron at their annual meetrng last Tuesday held rn Hollywood Calr forma Mrss Mottet has devoted the greater part of her lrfe to achreve thrs exalted posrtron havrng been presrdent at varrous trmes of her local county and state branches She defeated her opponent by half a vote and her overwhelmrng vrc tory rs welcomed by all MISSIONARY AND MUSICIAN RETURN T0 CANARY ISLES Canary Couple Wrll Fly on Macon On Frrday February thrrteenth Mrss Florence Wallace wrll return on the U S Macon to the Canary Islands where she wrll resume her mlssronary work Wrth Mrss Wallace who rs a former graduate of Moorestown Frrends School rn New ersey wrll sarl Mrss Leona Annabelle Mac George expert rn xylophone playrng who wrll endeavor to teach the canarres to carry a tune Mrss Wallace contrary to all mrssronary customs wrll rnstruct the lnhabrt ants rn the art of clrscernrng carnr vorous from harmless arrmals In sprte of the fact that the Canarres are strll consrdered rn a state of rgnorance the up and comrng young mrssronary has hrgh hopes of thexr powers of comprehensron HUGE FIRE IN CITY 0F HADDONFIELD N J PARISIENNE GOWN SHOP DESTROYED BY FLAMES The famous Parrsrenne Dresse Shoppe of Mrss Alrce Mahaffey was razed to the ground by flames last nrght at 923 oclock The Dresse Shoppe famous throughout Chrna apan Russia Austrra Turkey and the Unrted States stood on the corner ofRa1Iroad Avenue and Putters Alley Had donfreld N ,I The blaze was drscovered by Mrss Mahaffeys secretary Mrss Betty Oaks who bravely battled wrth the flames untrl Mrss Mahaffey summoned by her screams called the fire companys from the five nergh borrng towns Mrss Mahaffey was rescued by a valrant fireman and suffered no rnyury Mrss Oaks escaped wrth a bad case of sunbum 38 . --E I EB a - I T I Eu v - -W I , , I' E, . 1 4 I - ' I . . 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MOORESTOWN FRIENDS' SCHOOL THE VARSITY CLUB fPres1dent JAMES WOOD Secretary HANNAH DECOU T IS the honor of the 1933 CUPOLA to be the Hrst to 1n lude 1n 1ts pages the new school organ1zat1on the Varslty Club Organxzed by last year s Semor Class lt auns to 1m prove not only school sp1r1t but 1nterest and cooperat1on m all school athlet1c act1v1t1es The problem of whole hearted enthusxasm 1n a day school IS a great one but w1th the support of the student body the Varsxty Club by means of pep sessxons s hool enterta1nments and more 1nter scholastlc games hopes to ach1eve 1ts end The membershlp 1S lxmxted to twelve act1ve members a year chosen after the annual entertarnment and these members are pmcked not only for the1r athletrc ab1l1ty leach student chosen must be a member of at least one varsxty team and one other squad? but also for then' character and all round co operat1on Annually the club hopes to hold a Sprmg Dance to Wh1ch any one who has engaged 1n a vars1ty game w1ll be 1nv1ted and also to 1ssue a school guxde for the benetit of new students The Varsrty Club therefore as a new and grow1ng school organlzatron asks for your support Page Tlnrly nme -+424 l H+" l l 'Greasurer .......,...,.,,,,.c , .,....,. ..,,.,......., I ACK ALLEN . - - - V 1 v I Q . 9 ' 9 f 5 T , . 1 , I . f . 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V HOO- 1 THE STUDENT COUNCIL HERE there IS order there must be law The Student Coun 1l an organlzatlon w1th Wh1Ch every student 1S fan11l1ar has carr1edon1ts work th1S year under the able gu1dance of johnny Moore whose to avermg frame could well terr1fy the rule breaker IUCO subm1ss1on In add1t1on to 1IS mult1tud1nous dut1es 1n connect1on w1th preser vat1on of order ID the school the COUHC1l sponsored on of the most successful Hallo ave en part1es yet held and orgamzed other school funct1ons that proved well worth vvh1le Probably the greatest source of d1H1culty for the Student COdHC1l 15 the L1brary CWe mentlon th1s to add ver1s1m1l1tude to th1s do umentj But before the calm authorlty of the oflicers the turnult and the shoutxng has d1ed and the offenders and malefactors have departed The Student COUDCII IS a paramount factor m our school l1fe and ever sxnce 1ts foundmg has 1ncreased 1U power and self respect and as a student organ1zat1on lt deserves the support of every pup1l Pngt' I' orly 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ws . . . 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' ' s a 1 MOORESTOWN FRIENDS' SCHOOL 14, N Page l'orly one T H E C U P O L A fy, NINETEEN THIRTY THREE Q 0 A DAY IN THE CLASS ROOM HE second d1y of my week IS for 1 per1od of t1me 1lw11ys graced by our beloved Slfliflllg cl 1ss lllCl 1fS te1cher TWICE 1 week we 1re filed IUIO the 1sse111bly roo111 1nd told 111 det 11l the first s ene ofT 11H1l6l'1dllS6I' s P1lgI'1lHS Chorus wh1ch the teacher prob1bly s1w over 1 tr 11150111 The Slllgllig of the 1forement1oned song then l7Cg1llS but we 1re stopped If the end of the hrst l1ne wh1le M1ss Z1lch expl uns to Dudley the hne 1 o1nts of m 1nners Perk1ns then rem 1rks th It he W1ShCd he h 1d 1 scooter Another lecture follows unt1l the p 1SS1l'1g bell rlngs The whole of the worthy bemor cl 1ss then mxgr 1tes to h1story cl 1ss There Mr Deyo l76g1I'1S h1S noble struggle to df1V6 1 few s1mple f1cts 1nto our IH1lTdS wlth l1ttle result It IS 1bout the m1ddle of cl 1ss when Mr Deyo IS forced due to the course of h1stor1c1l events to 1nent1on the ste 1111 bo xt l1n1ned1 1tely there IS .1 gre 1t COIUIHOUOYX 111 the re 1r of the room as l..1IIfOI1 shouts Ah gr1ndy grmdy gr1ndy 1nd proceeds to push h1s h d 1cross the cl 1ss then settles back IHCO S1l6lWC6 L1lIt1l the p1ss1ng buzzer 1w1kens them We now go to Enghsh cl 1ss where Mxss Stem 1DS1StS on feidlllg us the complete works of Ch1ucer Sh1kespe1re M1ltOll and others wh1ch only M1ss Stem c1n en1oy The class has proceeded for IDOUI ten IUIIIUICS 111 th1s l'-dSl'11OlI when the door IS opened and Mary Lea Dav1s comes rush1ng Ill gr1ns hands M1ss Stem 11 note and then S1tS down and does her Latlll However Mxss Stem seems to en1oy herself wh1le readmg further IH the works of our famous hterary men but cannot help but be deeply touched by the dgOI11Z1I'1g groans of our Dudley The bell hax mg rung we find ourselves IH Scr1pture class where Wether1ll and others try to put Mr Reagan on the spot by askmg unanswerable quest1o11s Mr Reagan how exer always seems to be able to sl1p out Here as 1n other classes we are cont1nua1ly d1sturbed by the unearthly sound wh1ch Rodman seems forced to Cmlt at 1rregular 1ntervals When questxoned he meekly adm1ts that he really IS only clear1ng h1s throat Lunch 15 our next task but we go Wlfh great fervor SIIICC sleepmg seems to g1V6 us all Z1 keen appet1te In th1s place we 1nnocent sheep Hrst learn of the cursed art of gamblmg for sandw1ches are boldly raflled off at the1r par value Havmg had our lunch we rush back to school 1n t1me to snatch up a few books for no better reason than to look stud1ous and stampede 1nto the l1brary The buzzer sounds and everyone puts HS1dC the1r books and begms a l1vely conversat1on I Moore contr1butes h1s share of noxse unt1l a seventh grader asks for qu1et J then 1ns1sts that everyone should take advantage of the1r opportumty to study but finally g1V6S up the task and dec1des h1s only hope IS to set an example He then stud1es am1d the 1ncreas1ng d1n Our Counc1l pres1dent ages cons1derably wh1le wa1t1ng for the bell Page I' oriy fu o ' +3 ' '- H+ ' f 1 1 1 A , 1 ' A , 1 ' ' g' 1 1 A 1 . 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' ' MOORESTOWN FRIENDS SCHOOL 4, In the next class L1t1n Betty grgvles through the hrst hmlf md Wood drscusses YE-xx Book pl zns flgures out expenses 1nd wsks full det nls ibout Qds Mr Deyo Qlso gets 111 1 few vvords The lrst cllss of the d1y comes 111 the form of chemlstrv Eastwood 1nd Buckwtltcr w Qnder rbout vettlng out th1s md th it wrshrnv out test tubes md tryrng to look vencrllly import mt untrl wlxncxnv xt the clock they see th If lt rs three four Thev then prck rw rv neltly the rpprrxtus md mlke therr exlt for home It three hxe promptly Thus ends one school d my but we wlll be b rck tomorrow RED AND BLUE NOTES HIS ye mr there his been 1 more v1r1ed progrnn of Red 1nd Blue events th III ever before There h 1ve been two dnferent sets of H lre 1nd Hound ch Qses one of whrch Frldly md the followrng Fr1d1y the Sophomores unlors and Senrors took to the hewther In both clses the Hlres were successful IS they were not found hy the Hounds Wltlilll the llloted tune The second set of chxses took pl Ice Mlrch 10th 1nd 17th 1nd 1I'l the unlor contest the Hrres were Qgun successful Importxnt ch lnves rn the rules the follownw week however led to the xpprehenslon of both groups of Hires In the Mlrch contests after the Hrre ind Hound chlses were completed Qln obst1cle rQ1ce wis held 1U the Hrgh School Bulldlng followmg whlch 1 hght supper wrs served IH the lunchroom The hnml contest of e rch dry w as 1 Red and Blue gune ofServ1ce Btll The junror Hrgh School plrty concluded Qbout e1ght hfteen wh1le the Senror group p1rt1c1p1ted 1n socul dmclng to end the day Thxs yeur xlso mmy tournwments were st tged 1nclud1ng prng pong shutlle bowrd tre1sure hunts mrchery poster contests and numerous games 1n the gym Our mnull held d1y 15 on May 30th it wh1ch tune w1ll be decrded the w1nner for the ye1r It h1s been due entrrely to the unce1s1ng work of Mr Rogers thwt th1s mterestrng progrnn hts been 1 success thrs ye rr md we feel sure th It the whole school h ns Qpprecuted rt lug: lvrirf flzru . -+21 li +- , Q ' , ' g c g 4 Q Q " ' Q 1 ' Q , X t -.Q . 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Q ' ' A Q Q Q ' Q ,Q Q ' Q Q 'Q 4. 3 Q Q' .Q H E C U P O NINCTEEN THIRTY-THREE ' . ,, Page I' orly four we a+ ky Y Y +2 MOORESTOWN FRIENDS' SCHOOL 9 E C U P O NINETEEN THIRTY THREE of +4 5615ILl1113CI' 27 October 9 October 28 Uetober Nox ember WOR tmber Nox ember Deeember Deeember December 1 ll1L1 111 lI1Ll lf, 11111113 11 3111113 H111 L1 113 M 1reh 'VI 11eh 'VI IIL11 'vi 11eh A171 11 A111 11 M 1y u11e Paqr I nrlq xll CALENDAR 1932 1933 O13hIWlI'Q of the pmt 11 11te bee lllwt, of the ep1de1111t Superb e11Q5 p11'ty 1t Per1t111s Eple footb111 x1eto1 y of 9 more our 11111015 debp1te BU111111111 Q bull hke ru hw A1111u 11 1'1111o1xe e11 p 11tx Npo11Qo1ed by the Student COLHWC11 Ixdrs P1111 comes vx1th hu h hopeQ of111 11t111g uh 11111Q1e co11be1oui Another thr111111w x1eto1y of the Semow ox er the 11111015 1 X615 bloody 1 1tt e TL111tq II d CI'111WLIIy wuee Ntufhd do x11 vuth 1ILll'It.11N1'1 I-11rex Ill too e1uQ1xe fo1 the persp1r111w houhdb A1Llll11Wl KYCIIQ the Qehool 1th1eteQ to 1 bmquet A x 1L 1t1o11 for our 111 1Nter 111111dQ Next to ouri the best UIWIOI' P10111 yet RECHIWLIHIIIKV of the 1101 t 11N for the new ye 11 Mr P1111 1e1xex xuy d1w1u11t1ed The 111111111011 ll 1rtet de111o11Qt1 1teN the pe1fect1o11 of Negro 111111111111 T 1e 1 xte111por111eo11s 5111. 11111111 eobtest PIOXLN xux Nueeew u Thoxt Se111or 111d LIITIOI esmyg 1311111 bemors trounce Sopho111o1es 111 b1Nltetb111 bv 43 I7 A11othe1 Red 111d B1ue L11lSC IjlN110llOlN ex e11 Another x 1c1t1o11 blus e111 1e 1+11111, dr1r1t V 1rQ1ty Club ho1dQ hrst e11tett1111111e11t 111d d111ce The 1I'1l1U11 51311101 d mee A 11116 t1111e w1s h 1d bx 111 Twenty e1ght more 10111 the r111ks of the u11e111p1oy ed T H L A - - B N ,Q . 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MOORESTOWN FRIENDS' SCHOOL gr T H E C U P O L A NINETEEN THIRTY-THREE -MH 39+- THE SOCCER SEASON UR soccer team thrs year was hand1capped by a pauc1ty of experxenced materral the only regulars from last year bemg Captam jrm Wood John Moore Jack Allen Dud Perkrns and Doughts Cramer From a standpornt of won and lost we were unsuccessful losmg three and wrnnrng one but the lone vrctory a thrrller over George School w1ll remam a landmark 1n our s hool h1story It was the first t1me 1n the record of M F S soccer that the Pennsylvama school has been beaten Coach Magee s team now has a precedent to l1ve up to and the prospects are brrght w1th Captarn elect Deyo G Moore R Clement H Jones R Lrpprncott H Todd and many others returnrng The Team Goa I Benjrmm Rlght Fullback H Iones R Clement Left Fullbacl. J Moore Rxght Halfhack L Deyo Left Halfback D Cramer R Hyatt Te School School School School Moorestoxx n Frlends Moorestovx n Frxends Moorestovu n Frlends Moorestovx n Frlends O Page I orly czght Rlght OUfS1d6 D Perkms Rrght Inslde j Allen Center Forward T MoHlt Left Ins1de I Godfrey Coach H Magee Games Frxends Select George School Penn Charter Hrll School l l .... ,.....,. ,.,...., , . ..,,... h . 1 ' ' ' .,.,..4........ ,., .,,.. . A Center Halfbaclr: E. .'.'.', ,'.'.' I .,.A, .'.'. .Moore Left .S lCaptainD ' I1 ' A ' ....,.......,,,,,... 0 ' ' ,.,.......,,,......... ,.......... I ' ' ' ........,........... 2 ,...............,......,,....... 1 ' ' ' .,,...,.,...,....,., 1 ..,,....,.,.,.,........,..,....... 2 ' ' ' ...,.,..,.......,,,. ' ..,.. ,.............. ........ ,,,, ,... 3 ,H MOORESTOWN FRIENDS' SCHOOL R+ ,. 'Q wifif' ,f"' 'T THE HOCKEY SEASON HE 1933 hockey team made out very well cons1der1nU the fact that we lost many of our last year s players R63l1ZlHg th1s the team worked exceptionally hard w1th an abundance of Hght and sp1r1t resultlng 10 the meetmg of but few defeats We owe a great deal to our captam Hannah DeCou and to our coach MISS Dougherty who throughout the season kept the Hghtmg sp1r1t very much ahve Prospects we also must add look great for Mooresto wn Frxends 1934 hockey season and we extend our best wlshes for the team s success The 'Team Goa M Eastwood Mahaffey L Macgeorge M I. Davrs Rxght Fullback Left Fullback Rlgm Halfback Left Halfhack J Franz R1ght Wmg V Wheeler Rxght Insxde Center Forward Left Inside Left Wmg Coach e Games Moorestown Friends School Moorestown Friends School Moorestown Fnends School Moorestown Fnends School Moorestown Frxends School Moorestown Frnends School Moorestown Fnends School O Fnends Select George School Holman School Westtown Fnends Frlends Central Collmgswood Varslty Soccer Team W Reagan H DeCou QCBPIBIDD M Staats H Roberts McKn1ght B Dougherty Page Forty nzne L , , , of I ' 1- . -- ' I . V, A, . - V K Q Vg J -kg ii-rgg' r f"-': ' .lf AY' ' I ' 1- f , , . , ' ' D c I 9 1 7 . 7 1 .........,,..........,....,.... . . ' ' ...,, ..., ............... . . . ' ..,............,,r..,.. A. Q ....,...a,...... . ' Center Halfbackl .'.',,.V. Klrkpatrick Manager, .' 4 I V V til... V. I... '.4,'.'.'. I. 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' ..,.. ,................... . 5 T H E C U P O L A NINETEEN THIRTY-THREE at Qs -142- BOYS BASKETBALL INCE the soccer season was completed early due to several cancelled games the basket ball squad took advantage of a few weeks of extra practrce before the first scheduled game Before the holrdays two xnter scholastlc games were played and lost but start mg in January the team ran up a record of e1ght consecutrve vlctorles agamst strong opponents The season could easxly be called one of the most successful rn the hlstory of M F S for the Wm column mcludes such hlghly touted teams as George S hool Trxangle A A and Wllmlngton An mterestmg and valuable lesson was grven the squad when Earlham College s famous Eve came to school for a practlce game and although our educatlon was a trlfle pamful we profited greatly by rt The varslty was composed entlrely of Sen1ors whrch means that next year s Hve wlll lack experrence but we feel that the younger fello avs w1ll fill our places competently and hope to see them successful The Team Ceater john Moore Left Forward Dudles Perkm CCaptamD Rlght Forward jack Allen Left Guard jlm Wcol Coach Herm Magee Subsntutzons Center L Deyo Left Forward H jones Rxght Forward H Todd Left Guard J Fl ck Left Guard T Kam Guard F Trlpp Page I' zfty 9 ,. , , ' . 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B e rt Linton MOORESTOWN FRIENDS SCHOOL ff +4 THE GAMES OF THE SEASON F S Frxm Csntn ruut of t L Nu on r t um xhnn-t tum mat nur Lornmrw Pgnn nrt r tn I0 xxmmr ot tx nur ummm H L S m km H rom thy In 'inning to I my Ln tt X tu on Y w It t hal xgunxt us Tvfoorutoxxn N vm to hm tn um mt t Q xx nxt mx ln on t mr mm mm-Y Ln L mmln x 1 N F S 6 Nfenfmntl Hs 77 nothu' Int halt Npurt wun fu tl to gun LIS our llllflll xntorx Tlu nf Ountx hlmpx 1 0 ax Nut xun tum u Lnmwm to Liu xrou-'lu 1 tn Lml uxtlx 1 om womt uk FS I Exrlhmn U Lf Vwouur um rrmx Immun t at xx an warn tour IN t ll k to 1 5 lftlfl' om QL Ln-L thu Kperl n Ld mon thm zlxtth d1i'ELultx 111 P1LlK1IlU ut 0 wlu xxx 1 h llix. 1 mt L Lmtu' HJ our guna m xr lNnl'XOL15 n mlm umm F S 6 C1Lr1nm1tuu.v1 YIEYILN hrst XIKIOYN noxu tn tum Il -murmthkd ou Norm ot rhl rough L l 1 xx t L hr t tlmk M F S teim hxd funn bnrmantoxxn III I 15 Ltla F S -H Funnix Se'cLt ll n um xntorx xut t L tum mx mg Hiya Br xkmv faxt thg forxx ard: took Zlnyllflit. pun: from t L vuardb to Lon llmobt xt ul M F S T6 Webttoun If Wylth a poyurful otfpnbu md 1 twht Ll fm-L th tum Lo'nplLrL x oun mam t mmm x mmm un th rxt t1mL L-tcoxxn x ur youu to 'Vi F S on thur oxn floor F S r Q x rlmpgd by t L wmx our t L tum toum L1 ltx 111 mttuw umm xx xx nm tx hit un k ulth th llll n Llllff NPL Na so nd out 111 rolt ll! mstu tmrolgx mlm x N mxrvm F 5 14 , un -vumt tn xv y touu nn x xmu tum tnr xg 0 t on x om vlmp lik that to Lmxxremul x om pomt xu rughul tlm lxught of mld muon form 1t1 xuurltp pl-.su FIHOYL lu.ll!'lfL smootm-Y nm 1I1NN1fLx U Ln-L OOFLSCOXKII fur th tlrst run mmutu xx xv mmf Luk ml dung tpnltmll- X to lr ku LM 11 t rm wuunv 0 ,mrs 001 11 nu ,ou m t nxt 6 ft 6lI14.1 Lmur M F S 30 Afzunm 6 nlturxl Ipt Joxxn trom rhg C-Long! Sthool Hum tm two format M F 5 xptum m t ru sun v H-t X-,Ars wunxt L15 xu xun run ll Lnou-'T tc Wll throuvh xuth 1 xmtory S ' Lax X 1t1 thL nom fimoub sp ond hxlf rxllx vu mrmru our -Lum trud t afar trumg 1411 it tx 11 Ermnlx Nhuttuw out Vhlnumqton IH thp tlxml qumru Yvloorwtoxxn mlm xml xgnn hut thv. mms m short t1mL had runv up nkomfortllvh mlfglil F S IU rmuLZL ttmv L xmw to 1 -'nxt wuson gumt 1 tk xm Lompobul of forma Phllx lglphn hx h shhool stxrs thy team PllyLkl ur twht dt.f,r.D:1Xx lull to lud ,ill rhk vx my t xx lb tin hrbt umm xm M I' S umm had loxuru rurwh 5 mor- lfk xt awk tm 1-'huh struvhr o rhb xntorx Lo umm 111414 I :lily mn ' 3 K ' M. . ., I-Kg ' JS' , xl. I6 M, , , Wg F1cniq'Selefr, 12 The 11 ' h' :ns 'S fi s E. c . n' J the C. ' ' hx 5 Lll fl . h' 2 l I If" '. '. L ' ' 1": ' Cl. c. l'v1Dt ricllj 5' 5 1' l lc .lA' lclbi-H. ' ' I To I ' ffX'. 1' ' lC.l',ll'. wx: ' 1 ll t But ' L' lmlwt .I thlrl 1 . cr 5 xrt " : on Y' ' 'R A l ' ' J. W I I ' sc ' PC . nm" ' f 1 . 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CRAMI R WOOD Moonr PERIUNS ALLFN THE VARSITY CAPTAIN Dcn P1 Ru'-ss Dud a fast shxfty forw xrd constantly had h1s opponent runnxng around ln exrtles He was deadly on hrs fayorlte short shot followmg 1 dnbble to the left sxde of the basket 1 shot that helped hmm r1ng up 16 polnts agaxnst Westtown and that proxed hlm to be the lug scormg threat of the team wlth a total of 91 pomts for the season JACK ALLFN jack the best passer and most decep tlye man on the team rounded out hxs thxrd year of yarslty basketball A thoroughly dependable man Allen could always be counted on to s1nk hls fouls whxch often dec1ded a game rn our fayor and helped sw ell h1s season s total of .16 pomts JOHN Mooxr johnny was the backbone of our team both on offense and defense As pn ot man he contr1buted Sl pomts to our slde of the ledger and almost defeated George Sehool slngle handed Wxth Page I' 1ff11 lun out john our cause would haye been lost for besrdes bemg a crack shot hrs helght reaehed the 6 foot 'V mark JN Wooo A long lanky defensxye player 'Im had a hoard spec1alty of grabbmg the ball off the bank drxbblmg down the floor and scormg from around the foul mark After he had caged 9 pomts agamst Wllmxnvton the enemy coach was heard to mutter I wonder lf Magee always counts on a scormg guard jxm had 47 pomts to hrs credrt for the season Doucnrs CRAMER Easlly the fastest man on the team Doughts ran rlngs around Trlangle A A and swlshed four Held goals through the hoop before the grads of West Phmlly knew what was happemng Al though the smallest man on the squad Cramer was deadly from the center of the floor and It was almost entxrely wxth thxs shot that he ran hrs season s total up to 37 , , , , . , ' .. . . . - A Q 1 1 1 . . - . 1 1 , .. . ., L I, , , . . 4 ' ' , v v- , 'V , ' . , 4 . . , 1 ,' . , . 1 , , , 1 w y - . . . 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MOORESTOWN FRIENDS' SCHOOL "OH Hwln- 5 GIRLS BASKETBALL OR many years we have been try1ng vamly to get together a good g1rls basketball team Thms year although we drd not exactly succeed we guned a great deal over past records After many weeks of learmng fundamentals we started off w1th h1gh hopes w1nn1ng our first three games but met wrth drfhculty toward the end of the season Many of 1933 s basketball squad are returmng next year and wrth the1r experlence they are reasonably sure of a successful year The Team Forward H DeCou M Staats Forward W Reagan Center A Maffaffey CCapta1nD Sxde Center H Roberts Guard Guard Manager Coach T e Games Moorestown Friends School Moorestown Fnends School Moorestown Fnends School Moorestown Frrends School Moorestown Frxends School Moorestown Frrends School Moorestown Fnends School 13 Alumnae W1lmlHgCOU Frlends Holman St Mary s George School Frrends Select Frlends Central L Klrkpatrrck L Macgeorge B Oaks Dougherty Page F1fty three wwf--A-W 1 9 ' ' "'. ,......r . ..'Qf'ffQffffiffff1ffIffffIfiEf"' h ' ' .........,......,,. 23 ' ...........,...,.,,......,..,........ 10 ' ' .,.........., ,.,,.. 3 7 ' ' ' ' ..........,...,..,..... ...10 ' ' , ................. 18 ................,,,.................. .9 ' ' ,, ...........,,.. 14 . 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' ' .............,., ..,......... . ,36 T H E C U P O L A NINETEEN THIRTY-THREE 'OW ' 34+- iw l 1 BASEBALL WING to the loss of several veterans of last year s team Coach Magee has had ample d1Hiculty ID assembl1ng a baseball team to represent M F S thxs year The mem bers return1ng1nclude Captam john Moore Dud Perkxns -hm Wood Bob L1pp1ncott and Doughts Cramer wh1le a number of younger players are expected to assume 1mportant pos1t1ons adequately We hope to better last year s record of Wlllllllig three games out of five and weather perm1tt1ng expect to open the season at Germantown Frrends on Apr1l 11 New baseball equlpment has been bought regardless of depress1on and lf thrs 15 a good s1gn the season should be a prosperous one Catcher Fxrst Pase Left Fxeld Center F1eld Manager Page I' zffy four G Moore H jones H Todd j Benlamm Aprxl 11 Apr1l 21 Aprll 78 May 12 May Lme up Pxtcher Second Base Thlrd Base Bob L1pp1ncott -I Godfrey J Wood R1ght Freld Coach B Lmton The Schedule Germantovt n Frrends Merchantxxlle Hxgh School Frxends Select Frxends Se ect M6fCh8DtV1ll6 Hxgh S hool j Moore CCapta1nj j Rrggms D Perkms F Trxpp H Magee Am ay Au ay Aw ay Here Here l my w-v X p xx I 3 " l 2 5 XX r . 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' . . , ' R011 L K L L x K 5 5 v S 1 I 1 . . 1 'f Ij1 If To College 1n South ersey DAY OR EVENING Econonucal 'Thorough Hour lllg,l1 school chplomfz IS only the half yy 'xy mark ln your prepara t,l0ll for th xt posltxon you hope to haye some clay It vs' zmporlant that you corzfmue lo lrazn your bram Xttencl the eyunng, cl lsses of The College ol South Tersey and e xrn money durlng, the diy Ur ll you prefer enter the d my sesslons Two f ourses melumle 'NI :them Ltlcs SCIGHCG C erm mn Puhhc Spefzkmg Hlstory hnghsh etc No other school yy 1th1n 00 mxles of PlllldIl9lplll'l offers to those employ ed durxng, the day such fm yy onderful opportunltg for economxcdl and thorough pre protessmonfzl tI'3r1I1lIlg The School h IS 22: students enrolled for the 1933 '34 terms Send for descrzpiwe lzferafure The College of South I ersey and he South Iersey tLaw School Q24 H4171 R XI STRhl'T f XNIDIVX Nl VS Il RSFX 5 3 ! . G ' . Y ' y- S ' 1 'S v , vt 1 ' v . . - 1 H ' f s 'f . .' z Q-year courses giving 64 semester hours. 1. Junior College. 2. Pre-legal. f 1,4 z'.',f' ,l 2, ' .'.', . s y S . s . 'U , 7 . , . lv .' " I ' I . I ' 'Q . . v . r y sv 4 ' . y . I r - . 1 . . p, . z,""f.' S ..-. '1'1f..' '1,c'., I.',."1'.C.',' Page F z fly-sir VANITY FAIR STUDIO 50 Per Cent Discount to Students ll e Apefzzzlz 4 Ill linda! Plzoioafzzplzy QQ 1631 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA PA Phone Rittenhouse 5381 THE MARY BELLE CANDY SHOP DELICIOLJS CONFECTIONS AT MODERATE PRICES COLLINGSWOOD N J STILES PHARMACY TI-IE REXALL STORE ust a Place Where OId Friends Meet SERVICE SHOE REPAIRING 29 WEST MAIN STREET MOORESTOWN N J Free dfld DCIIVCVY SZFVIC2 750 NV Joseph T Evans CoaI Lumber and MlIIworIc RIVERTON N J Ijlflj 7 T . ' 'N , ' . ' . 52 , . I , ESS o 5 O 0 J O L. I I I I 0 Phone - I . I 'are 'I' I GOOD LUCK T O I-IE ITE CLASS OIF 1933 WILL K BOWEN Decorator 516 MAIN STREET RIVERTON McCHESNEY S HARDWARE STORE 43 EAST MAIN STREET 800 CLUSS BAKERY 13 EAST MAIN STREET 76 MOORESTOWN Comphments of NATIONAL MEAT MARKET 540 I-Iaddon Avenue 00 I-Ieddon Avenue COLLINGSWOOD N J lglflf gl! '7 if A O I F 't re designed to Your Order f Th I Imany items will be rh Iqf If I ton of 43 F' e wood from m v Y0fd2I'5 65 YOU WIII 9, ntries f 4 P Phone: Riverton 751 I Ph ne C pr I ' of U 7 Ph 5 , . . A C Wood, Jr 84 Co BROKERS 511 Chestnut Street Philadelphia P ALEXANDER C WOOD JR JAMES WARNOCK JR HOLSTEIN DE HAVEN FOX CARL J WOLTERS MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE CASSOCIATED IWW ILOG CA LODQ HEALTH RESORT G MEDFORD LAKES IN THE PINES MEDFORD NEW JERSEY Op AI FLORACROFT GARDENS Cut EIoWerS Potted Plants Design Work 55 EAST OAK AVENUE MOORESTOWN N J 'IOOO I-I D I'IuIIlngs and on U S Oc! Burners 555 MAIN STREET RIVERTON BARRON MOTOR CO FORD DEALERS Moorestown N J TI1omas DoIIey 8a Sons Chevrolet SALES AND SERVICE CI U ICI MOORESTOWN N 111 'U 3' o 3 N , P E P . . I . 4 S . T , N x I . A Y X N . I , I . 0' O . 'U ro gf L.. 3' ' H 9 'U . U 3 E 3' 3 S 3 . 3 F Z QT ev Z 8 z 13 'O - P 'O E S S -- ' . I l Q, :4 -.. .. I Q - -. 1 0 :I .. :- S N ua 5 D m . A Q 3 p I I, o 2 0 -. U ' 0 3 - :. ? f- :A W X4 Q, ' E - m Q 2 -- A ' Z EXPENSIVE AND INEFFICIENT SQUIRREL BAIT I-low would your room Ioo.4 hlled with seventy stuhfed squ1rrels7 OT course, an these modern days, no one chases through trees alter llvely little luscious lightly leap Ing squnrrels Oh no But no one should he denied the joy of ownlng a Ierm ol stuFIed squirrels Therefore We reccommend that you USE PROF THORNBOTTOMS SQUIRREL BAIT AND YGUR SQUIRRELS WILL NEVER HAVE PINK DUST BRUSH V SEE OUR REPRESENTATIVE MILTON JORDAN H E PAYN MAJESTIC CROSLEY DUFFIELD S Dry Goods ELEcTR1c REFRloERArloN RADIO NOUORS MAYTAG WASHERS 101 WEST MAIN STREET VCU GET SERVICE MOGRESTCDWN 499 M MOORESTOWN CINNAMINSON BANK AND TRUST CO Compliments MAIN AT HARRISON STREET J S MII-I-ER RIVERTON TAILCR F 3 7 oo: o Phone 359 R N I 1 V 1 I 1 A f ' . , . S 9 . . 22 l. Phone - f . O "The Friendly Bank" Open riday Evenin , 1 o 8:3 Mem er of The ational Credit Corp. I g Sixty Compliments ol Criterion Theatre Ovynersliip Management Direction Simon lVlyers SCREENED LEHIGH Coal With Heating Service at No Additional Cost C A Lippincott 84 Bros , Inc THIRD AND UNION STREETS MOORESTOWN N J 6 EARHARTS CHESTER AVE AND QND sr LADIES CHILDREN S AND INFANTS APPAREL NOTIONS DRY GOODS AND NOVELTIES pt CARLTON J MURRAY Florist CUT FLOWERS FUNERAL DESIGNS 16 HADDON AVENUE 1366 CAMDEN N J JAMES MADDEN SI-IOEMAKER 18 East Second Street mai patronize Tlwose Who patronize You MRS ALFRED SMITH S STORE G CI N tal y I M CALL PATTERNS Riverton N J 11511 2 Phone Q 3 E Corner Phone 631 , 4 Q v Hemstitching Prom ly Done Bell phonz I - I Men's Wear, Dressmaking Supplies, Dry oo S, oIions,S ioner , Ec. ji C ' , . . 'ug 4' i'1'.'. ,VIRYTO FLT OURR1TE.S,1REN'l'HIGH ii ii, Student Instructlon Aerlal Photographs Cross Country TFIPS ian Mooresfown F lymg Service HOUR! SIOII N IIRPORI nrfsin II N LOCUST s yea s s 3 GOLDEN MO t M k Tod y d ect MILK o You ta de cl eq lly es o de godp Nl o e hese OLIQ Pho e You es the Ode! s Moo e Me IA so t d fGod H sek ep 9 ag Locust Lane Farm NTI AT PRICES BELOW WI-IAT YOU ARE ACCUSTOMED TO PAYING THE MOORESTOWN NEWS soo CHESTER Ave rei ,sho 2 638 CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Sales dmd SZTVICC MOORESTOWN GARAGE Moo esto n N J I1 ffl ILA, A I fi A, ' ,I A ' ' 056 lei 026 o o .lla ic , - T. J. H F I N E P R I N G Ha For r etalwi I1 standard For il in oresovvn. a our ir . n "Farm I " ser- vice is last establishing as n r ua l'iigl'1 fo o III l' e of Darin, Biodictsllzvhich Leads in News, Advertising and Circulation includ ,besides ur Z n own Locust Lane ' "Gal n Gurnseyu . an excellent T. B. raw millc, a very o as- teurized ilk, our own cream buttermilk and c ttag c e , and Land I a es but- ter, which carri h n I endor ement of the I 'to American dice s- 59:own Cla ion an o o 'ou e in M fa- Q zine. r w , . . 0-Yi. 4- ' Compliments MOORESTOWN STEAM LAUNDRY Washington Ave ua rty Service STOCKWELL KNIGHT CO General Insurance E MAIN ST MOORESTOWN Phone 999 AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT S E R V I C E PHARMACY FuIIy Equipped to Serve Your Con stant Needs WI-IITMAN S CANDIES SI-IELLENBERGER S 115 WEST MAIN STREET MOORESTOWN N J We Delxver Anything Phone D Camden Heating Co ENGINEERS 8: CONTRACTORS I-Ieatlng Orl Burning and Air Conditioning Systems for AII Classes of Building Domestic or CommerclaI Fuel OAI for AII Makes of Burners Wilson Blvd 8: Waldrof Ave Camden ay 84 Nrght Servrce Phone Camden 7750 MOORESTOWN CHRONICLE Established 'I879 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY I-Ilgh CIass .Job Prlntlng At Rnght Prnces 226 CHESTER AVENUE MOORESTOWN N J Phone 670 ODAY MORE THAN EVER BEFORE OUALITY SUFFERS TO MEET PRICE OUR POLICY IS TI-IE MAINTEN ANCE OF OUALITY AS TI-IE SOUND FOUNDATION OF GOOD BUSINESS E HDLLINGSHEAD 8: SON JEDDO HIGHLAND COAL Park 8: PoIIard Feeds MOORESTOWN N J Phone 300 Lawn and Garden Supplles and Eqmpmenf new mr v o r. 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