Moorestown Friends High School - Cupola Yearbook (Moorestown, NJ)
- Class of 1955
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Text from Pages 1 - 164 of the 1955 volume:
KO.u.HfVO Rm. KFTTS
the Class of1955
Moorestown Friends School
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Class of 1955
CHESTER L REAGAN
Up to thrs ume most of your decrsrons have been dependent on
the thxnkrng of adults regulatrons requrred by those rn authorrty
and crrcumstances whrch generally affect all adolescents Now out
ward restrrctrons will be reduced and you must look wlthrn yourselves
for drscrplme Thrs means self control and self drrectron Your own
ldeals will be the basrs of your behavior
Wrll you evaluate wrth me the quotatron from Cardmal Newman s
autob1ography" Control thy thoughts that oer thee press and
throng They wrll condense wxthxn thy soul and change to purpose
strong Thls statement 1mpl1es that one s thoughts may be elther
good or ev1l, and that self determmatxon rs necessary Knute Rockne,
the well known Notre Dame coach, once sald A good offense rs the
best defense " Goodness, brotherly love, truth, and servrce thmk
on these thmgs
Successful results come from careful plannmg Set asrde a trme
each day for medrtatxon, evaluatlon and worshrp Guxde your thmkmg
by readmg the best of all books, the Bxble Good thoughts insure
good purpose Dedrcatlon to rrght convrctxons makes a good l1fe
ln trmes of specxal stress and stram thrnk of the tenth verse of
Psalm 46 ' Be sull and know that I am God "
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To Mr Reagan
Few people have had as much mfluence over us 1n our hxgh school years as
Chester L Reagan He has been our counselor smce our entrance mto the com
plex hxgh school world Hrs enthuslastrc support of all our undertakings and hrs
helpful advlce tn solvmg the perplexmg problems of our cholce of college and
our future plans has been mvaluable
Not only has he been a scholar, but an outstanding athlete as well He was a
four letter man rn hrs semor year at Earlham College After attaining hrs B S at
Earlham rn 1912 and h1s M A in 1922 he earned the degree of Master of Edu
catxon from Harvard m 1930 He had come to Moorestown Frtends' School m 1925,
havmg been teacher of mathematlcs and coach for the hrgh school tn Franklin,
Indrana, Prrncxpal of the Splceland Academy, also ln Indtana, and Assistant
Prrncxpal and teacher of mathematrcs at Frlends Select School
The atmosphere at M F S was unsettled as a result of the recent consollda
txon ofthe Orthodox Academy and the Hxcksrte Frrends Htgh School when Mr Reagan
became 1ts Prmclpal One of the provtsrons of the mergmg had been a no danc
mg clause Mr Reagan, a strong believer m co-educatron, quickly but tactfully
made possible both semor and yumor proms Besides being one of the most avxd
backers of the erection of our present hxgh school burldmg, our prmcnpal had the
wooden tenms courts erected, saw to tt that the elementary school had a play
ground, and caused Dr Thorne s cow to be evicted from her swampy pasture on the
glrls hockey frelds
Mr Reagan s extracurrxcular actxvmes are numerous he rs a member of the
Headmasters Assoclatlon and has held executrve posxtlons m th1s and ln the
Quaker Headmasters Assocratron he has been an active member of the Moorestown
Rotary We gleefully note that Mr Reagan was also aware of the fact that adults
could sometimes use a little educatxon he was one of the people responsible
for the adult mght school 1n Moorestown Mr Reagan's First Day School classes
have attracted many young adults from outsrde the Meetmg
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The Reagan home has always been the setting
for several big events on our school calendar. In
the early fall there is a faculty tea, and in Dec-
ember there is the Christmas Party, where "pres-
ents and poetry predominate". On the Sunday
before Christmas a tea is held for the alumni of
the last four years, and the day before Commence-
ment Mr. and Mrs. Reagan have a luncheon for
the graduating class.
Indeed, our principal is a man of varied inter-
ests. He has raised everything from chickens to
children. Each one of the three Reagan daughters
attended M.F.S. and followed the trail to Earlham.
Mr. Reagan is now the grandad of ten children
living in New jersey and the state of Indiana.
All former seventh graders are acquainted with
Mr. Reagan's birdwalks. Ornithology is another
of his preferred diversions, although when the
duck-hunting season rolls around, he is not what
we would term a pacifist! When Mr. Reagan found
a great horned owl in 1943 he was the envy of all
the local bird-watchers.
As a member of the younger set of "golfing
Quakers"Mr. Reagan has won the Divotee Trophy
innumerable times. Though golfing is one of
Mr. Reagan's favorite sports, fishing and football
both seem to have an important place in his heart.
At World Series time he can always be found in
front of the television set claiming only to be
Under Mr. Reagan's watchful guidance, Moores-
town Friends' School has grown both in its span
of extra-curricular interests and in scholastic
rating. Mr. Reagan was responsible for bringing
two of his former students, Wilbur E. Carr and
"llerm" Magee, to Moorestown to teach. Affilia-
tion, one of Mr. Reagan's chief concerns in later
years, has prospered. Not only did we have ex-
change students from the Rudolf Steiner School
attend M.F.S. but last summer we successfully
completed our first European workcamp at the
Steiner school in Nuremburg.
Mr. Reagan has placed emphasis on under-
standing and appreciation of our own and other
religions. His Scripture classes and Monday
morning assemblies have done much to bring us
closer to the true principles of Christianity.
For all these things, for his deep interest in
our welfare, for his understanding and guidance,
for his strength of character and leadership, we
wish to dedicate our yearbook to Chester L.
AS WE'LL REMEMBER
Mr Marohn where dld you
get your exporlence"'
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4Mrs Dodgson She was sup
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cycle bu! It snowed
Mr Deyo Canto cuntore P
Miss Armsirong The eru
dnte backer of undemocranc
Mr Muller And what am I bud for fhlSfIl10
tract of land?
1Mr Hartman .Iapanosa aren 1 supposed fo
1 Mnss Whno Mrs 0 Connor On wungs of song,
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Mr Luppmcotf Our Buddha
4Mrs Da Klyn Now let s have nf qunef
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Herm One wonderful
Miss Rhoads and Miss Goodnow You can
fell Mr Reagan s not around'
Miss Brudon and friends
4 Miss Jucker: The gay, continental, who always
has "Les Miserables" in hand.
Wilbur E Carr
Mr Carr has been our only advrser through our hrgh school years
Remembrance of hrs rergn of terror rn our freshman year makes us
flrnch, even now' Yet durmg our partymg sophomore days, we began
the soctal climb and became ObllVl0US to all, even Mr Carr Thusly
unprepared for the responsxbrlrttes whrch lurked behmd yunror glory
we flocked to Mr Carr for and and comfort' Understandmg our srtua
uon, he prodded us, day and ntght, to success rn our major under
takmg, the jumor Prom
twenty exghth wedding anmversary He was then the obltvrous one
and we, for once, had the upper hand smugglmg both Mrs Carr
and a grganuc cake mto the usually well ordered Carr class room'
Then semor year, wrth our economrc mstabxhty, The Prrates
Den the Yearbook, the Prom, our xndlspensable Mr Carr agam came
to our rescue and encouraged us to shoulder our responstbxlxues,
and make our semor year worthwhrle
He has contrrbuted much to our maturrty wtth his srncere and
thoughtful guidance Thank you Mr Carr we know that m you we
have found a true frrend
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501 Tavistock Boulevard 10 years
Haddonfield, New jersey Blue
Glee Club 52 53 54 55 Basketball 52 53 54 55 Baseball 52
54 55 Soccer 52 53 54 55 Assembly Committee 53 Human Relations
Conference 54 Junior Prom 54 Color Captain 54 Octette 54 55 Varsity
Soccer Team 55
The athlete, Mr Varsity tooth trouble I got 100 on the
tug test Don't make me mad, xr Mr Anthony
Spit it out poor man s Red Buttons It s dawning on
Is that right?" goin steady Knock it off
You're an ugly Mother Fletcher Bottle mouth
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Somerdale Road R F D
Laurel Sprmgs, New jersey
jumor Prom Commrttee 54 Human Relarxons Conference 54 JV So
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Sanskrxt mstead of Fren h
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here rn the summer' grows
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Media Road 8 years
Colwxck, New jersey
Glee Club 52 53 54 55 Accompanrst 53 54 Octette Accompamst
55 Class Secretary 53 Buck Htll Falls Conference '54 J V Tenms
JV Hockey 55 Weeklong Work Camp 55 Drsclplme Commxttee 55 55
Cupola Staff '55 European Tnp '54 Iumor Prom Committee 54 Prrates Den
'55 ColorCapta1n 54
' Hunger ns a feeling ln the mouth"' Miss Parxslenne
' 've got an itch" ternfrc pxamst that orange sweater
"Oh darn " " 'm rn a good mood"' ' Let s do some
thmg' grggles who saxd Germans are lousy lovers
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5 years 446 Elm Avenue
Re Haddonfleld New jersey
Glee Club 55 Snack Bar 55
Where s Fen1more7" a member of the Haddonfield Frre Dept
Slrppery sxlly laugh a weight lifter Hey, Flack
man wrth a 38 Buick power house burld chemistry rs
hrs waterloo a natural born cynrc one of Mrs R1ckett s
amalgarnated dead end luds . . .he doesn t have a srngle cavity
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Mary Constance Chambers CONNIE
Rxverton, New ersey Re
Elm Terrace and Mrdway
Class Secretary 52 54 Dxscxplxne Commrttee 52 Glee Club 52 55 54
55 1 V Hockey 53 54 Human Relations Conference 55 54 55 Sun Dxal
Edxtor 54 Iunxor Prom '54 junror Speakmg Contest 54 European Workcamp
54 Pirates Den 55 junxor Essay 54 1 V Basketball 54 Assembly Commtt
tee 54 Varsrty Club 54 55 Varsrty Hockey 55 Captaxn 55 Senxor Dance
Commrttee 55 Iunxor Town Meetxng 55 Cupola Edltor 55, Schwenksvxlle
'53 busy, '54 busier, '55 busxest, '56 . . .7 our all round grrl . . .
"That's fCl'l.'1flCl,, . . .has trouble fmdmg a mascot . . ."When I
get my l1cense." . . ."Year book meetmg thrs week." . . .Phl
Bere materlal . . ."Gee wh1z." . . .good dresser . . ."Where ts
the rest of the team?" . . .sweet personalrty. . .thrrves on dead
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6 years 101 Thomas Avenue
Re Rrverton, New jersey
Class V1cePres1den! 52 Dxscxplme Dommutee 52 JV Soccer 52 Varstty
Soccer 53 54 55 Class Presrdent 54 IV Basketball 53 54 Junior
Prom Commxttee 54 Baseball Squad 54 Semor Dance Commxttee 55 Cupola
Father jim plaxds and strrpes forever Out of my store
of verbal garbage broken shoelaces The Deacon
drrves lxke a madman aggressxve dogs srdeburns
beauty among the barbells lxfe ambruon up the Matterhorn rn
a lomcloth' Sneakers Mr Amerxca burld a strong
belrever m The Drvme Rxght of Chrldren
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Robert Lzppmcott Coles BOB
18 South Colomal Avenue 13 years
Moorestown, New jersey Re
Glee Club 53 54 55 Class V1cePres1dent 53 Class Treasurer 54 55
Varsrty Soccer 53 54 55 Varsrty Baseball 53 '54 55 Assembly Commit
tee S4 Dxscrpllne Commlttee 53 Sun Dzal Staff 54 Photography Editor
54 Pirates Den 55
'Mr Taylor, you re confused ' loves to rake money away
from semors likes Southern accents solid guy busted
beak" heartbreaker sweet has gxrl troubles what a
fullback habntual reader of Hot Rod magazmes that s
more better 'Shot Rod Exper " The Heap
behmd the bookstore
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6 years Cherry Lane
Blue Rrverton, New Jersey
Glee Club 52 54 55 Class Presrdent 57, 55 Assembly Commrttee 53
Color Captaxn 53 Human Relattons Conference 53 Soccer 53 '54 55 Co
captaxn 55 Basketball 53 54 55 Baseball 53 54 55 Sun Dtal Staff 5
Junior Prom Commxttee 54 junror Speakxng Contest Wxnner S4 Octette 54
Chaxrman 55 Jumor Town Meeung 55 All Independent Soccer Team 55
Btg deal at M F S good dancer lxkes small partxes
Oh ay, shut up"' longshanks Wonderful Venez
a mol, ma cherte rce guy Mce glrl O ,
reaIIy"' Mr Sarcasm Good enough"' asks all
dates to go to the era six foot two, eyes of blue
they say Flattery wnll get you nowhere , but he ll dxe try
1n I m busy tonxght, I yust got a new Mad Com1c"'
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Charles Howard De Cou CHARLIE
East Kings Htghway 13 years
Haddonfleld, New Jersey Re
Glee Club 52 53 54 55 Baseball 52 S3 54 55 Basketball S3
55 Soccer 53 54 55 Student Affatrs 53 junxor Prom Commrttee
Human Relatrons Conference 54 Senlor Dance Commlttee 55 Cupola
Dtscxplrne Committee 55 Varsxty Club 55 All Independent Soccer Team
Where s Bette?" those green eyes' cute smrle loves
to tease struts I don t have money enough to go out,
El zabeth, we ll have to park tomght"' has French blood
farmer he has to feed the prgs a real doll' one
of those greats on the soccer team sans tonstls as of semor
year Hump Hump DeCou B te, let s be twrns today"'
hat peaches and tomatoes?"
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MARY Mary Warner Drckerson
13 years 12 hast Maple Avenue
Blue Merchantvrlle, New ersey
blee Club 52 55 54 55 Student Affairs Commxttee 52 54 55 Varsxry
ference 53 54 jumor Prom 54 Varsrty Basketball 55 Class Vxce Presx
dent 55 Semor Dance Commxttee 55 May Court 55 Basketball captaxn 55
Pxrares Den 55
Quxet a smrle for everyone likes short halrcuts giggles
those summers at Eaglesmere has a lovely brother
never gets any maxl Guess what?" that guy at Earlham
always wearxng sweaters eyes at half mast the lrp
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Bxrdwood, Hopkms Lane 10 years
Haddonfield, New jersey Re
V1cePresxdent 54 JV Soccer 52 53 54 jumor Prom Commxttee 54
Student Affarrs Commxttee 55 Sentor Dance Commxttee 55 Advertxsmg Mana
ger Cupola 55 Prrates Den 55 Week Long Workcamp 55 Snack Bar Com
moods Mr Frx rt preyudrced about New jersey
away, you re yust a bad dream great polxtrcal leader
argues wrth Mr Taylor curly hatr a way wtth women
You hate me"' long eyelashes Barbara, where are we
going ton1ght7" Let s get some ads"' rehab1l1tat1ngal924
Model T he angry bull Man IS the brologrcal
scourge of the earth
"Hi, l'm T." . . .should sell Thunderbirds . . ."G00" . . .
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Bette Wayne Edsall
95 Lane of Acres
Haddonfreld New ersey
u 55 Assembly Commxttee 54 jumor
Prom Committee 54 Human Relatxons Conference 54 Cupola Art sraff 55
Prrares Den 55 Vars1tyBaskerba1l 55
Where s Charles?
Ive got ro walt for hum brown
eyed optxmrst never does any homework We r
agam" . . .contmual open house . . ."Cha:les, my palm nches,
what does that mean?" . . ."I'm h
hoagres and go to the drrve 1n."
ungry" . . .flut . . ."Let's buy
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27 Lafayette Street 4 years
Rrversrde, New jersey Re
Double Octette 54 Glec Club 54 JV Soccer 53 54 Varsrty Soccer 55
Old sprce black pegs a cool cat lrkes to tease
grrls makes Pat blush a good cheerleader Guess
Ill go upstarrs and chrrp awhrle Mr Mrller s pet problem
reformed? ' y, Callaghan"' Hello Crank '
holds hands wrth Eileen rn trrg class What rs thrs, prck on
john day?" I ve got the car drag any car on the road
1 k a him 11tterbug"' Arthur Murray s competitor
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FITZ ean Thomas Fltzwater
6 years 570 Warwlck Road
Re Haddonfreld New ersey
Color Captaln 52 Glee Club 52 53 54 55 JV Basketball 53 Basket
ball 55 Frxendslnp Farr 53 54 55 junior Speakxng Contest 54 Iumor
Prom Commxtree 54 Octette 54 55 Tenurs 54 55 Hockey 54 55 Senxor
Dance Committee 55 Co Captain of the Cheerleaders 55 Cupola ArtEd1tor
55 Human Relatrons Conference 55
Sharp wrt loves black and gold Maryland class
clown Really?" I want my buhl' b g eyes
Dutch"' always has a joke patron of The Lamp
light What door, door, door, door?" succeeds m frustra
tmg teachers should be an actress would do well rn
comedy F1tzH2O menace to the hrghway rn her blue
beetle . . . Where s Paul7".
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Bruce Barley Flack BRUCE
807 Statxon Avenue 9 years
Haddon Helghts, New jersey Re
Color Captam 52 Chnstxnas program 52 53 54 55 Glee Club 52 53
54 55 Foul shooung contest 53 54 Baseball Manager 53 5 Human Re
Falls 54 Conference '54 junror Prom Commrttee 54 Soccer Manager 55
55 Advertxsmg Assistant Cupola 55
A real gentleman hardworker Drd you have a qulz rn
Eng11sh7" knows the road to Mt Holly Could you say
that " sharp shooter on the foul shots metrculous
future rn pegs? Mr Baseball Talkatrve Flack
mvented the wrclced lady from grammar school
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EILEEN Erleen Carole Haden
3 2 YCZFS Mann Street and Homewood Dnve
RC Rrverton, New ersey
Glee Club 52 53 54 55 Class Treasurer 53 Sun Dual 54 Junior Prom
Comnmttee 54 Hockey Manager 55 Cupola Staff 55 Basketball 55
This rs The Crank chemrstry aide everybody's friend
snmrt never eats enough knows all about chemrstry
carrres a lxbrary around wrth her capable and quret
onest to Pete lrkes chevung gum rn French class
speaks no evrl Drd you brmg your Youth Concert money "
supplies the class with Esterbrook pens
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Sarah Ann Kotllkoff SARAH
1524 Hollmshed Avenue 1
Pennsauken, New jersey Blue
Hockey Manager 55 Weekend Workcamp 55 Assembly Commxttee 55 Semor
dresses borrows pettlcoats from her father s store I got
a letter from jlmmy ' e s so cute I wxsh somebody
I llked would ask me out" slim plard glasses attached
to the Marmes freckles Oh my goodness egad
that laugh' rs that halo for real? must be Salome
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6 years 125 Kmgs Hxghway West
Blue Haddonfield, New jersey
Glee Club '52 '53 54 '55 Octette 53 54 55 Student Affaxrs Comnuttee
52 53 Color Cnptnxn '52 Human Relauons Conferences 52, 53 '54 55
Churman Plannmg Commrttee 54 Assembly Committee 53 Sun Dtnl '54
Junior Extemporsneous Speakmg Contest '54 Junior Prom Commttee 54
Honorable Mentxon jumor Essay Contest 54 Summer Affrlnuon York '54
Class Secretary 55 Schwenksvxlle Conference 55 Co-Captaxn Cheerlendxng
55 Snack Bar Committee 55 Senxor Dnnce Committee 55 Pxrntes Den '55
Week Long Work Camp 55
Those sweater sets loves mankind svelte always
dorng something rs attracted to governor s sons ltlres
doodlmg tn tng class garrulous Twtnlrletoes "Have
ou done your Engl1sh?' a vorce meant for the Met has
her own oprnxons about everytlung 'Does anybody have n
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Church Road 1 year
Merchantvxlle New jersey Blue
Glee Club 55 Pxrates Den 55 Cupola 55
Army brat Yes slr a real real mce gal reserved
do we love that drawl' You all ' charter member of
the T G I F club the wanderer beautxful handwrrtmg
should trade m right eyebrow xt twrchesl departs at three
let s have an mutate Marrlyn day smart? gets chills
rn chemxsrry How dnd thrs place ever get along wxthour a
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6 years Tavlstock Lane
Re Haddonfield New ersey
Class Treasurer 52 Class President 55 JV Baseball 52 53 JV Soccer
52 53 Human Relatxons Conference 54 Dxscxplme Commxttee 54 jumor
Prom Committee 54 Glee Club 55 Senlor Dance Commxttee 55 Cupola 55
Student Affa1rsComm1ttee 55 Varsxty Soccer 55
Car before lxcense Spends hrs weekends huntmg, what?
Whxte C71 Bucks Always needs a halrcut Makes safe
deals on cars Commutee man Good guy Got that "
Callaghan?" Green hotrod Ougxnal laughmg boy
Slap happy Brmg your cakes m everybodyln
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49 North 36th Street
Camden 5 New ersey
Star of Armstrong productxons m semor Englnsh bulgmg
bxceps generous Can I help wxth anyth1ng7
maroon Oldsmobxle I m posxtxve the game s today
Teach :ne to ynterbug Whlson s the greatesf
yust bums habttates Punchne s Poker Palace All women
are the sanw' ' another cat man you can teH hlm by hrs
walk . seen but not heard
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5 years 11 Wedgewood Walk
Re Merchantvxlle, New jersey
Fnendshxp Fur S2 53 54 55 Glee Club 52, 53 54 55 Iumor Prom
Commxttee 54 Assembly Committee 54 Dxscxplrne Committee 54 Human
Relatxons Conference 55 Cupola 55
Mayor s daughter loads of boyfrrends rn Island Heights
Consecrated orange juxce George Washington hnrrdo
changes her mmd about boys doesn't like to dance Can
I see your homework? ' Where s Sarah?" star of Latm II
But Fels Naptha rs good for your han'
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570 Cooper Street 3 years
Woodbury, New jersey Blue
Glee Club 55 Octette 55 Cupola 55 Ptrates Den 55
Back to the old Alma Mater chatterbox O , Mother"'
smiles I had a penctl when I came to school thrs morn
tn everybody s friend ' h, dont bother"' "So
y u thmk you ve got troubles?" her crazy mxxed up halt'
can she bake dxvme cookies um-m-m, those outslde IIIICICSIS
a vocation dancmg for pirates
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9 years 3300 Federal Street
Blue Camden, New jersey
Glee Club S2 53 54 55 Soccer linger 53 54 Hunan Relations Con
ference 54 Jumor Prom 54 Snack Bar 55 Cupola 55 Pxntes Den 55
Mayor Bruner s best friend . . .new boat every year . . .member
on the board at Sunshine Park Cnot bored, e1ther'J . . .takes Lk.
Taylor fxshmg . . .De Molay . . ."Ch1p-chrp-chrp-chxp-" . . .lung
ofthe snackbar. . .sharp dresser. . ."Get me a date, Edsall". . .ls
there anythmg he doesn't know about cars and boats?" . . ."Any
body want trckets for the youth concerts?" . . .future: Cows,
cows, and more cows.
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Parkway Apartments 2 years
Haddonfield New jersey B ue
Glee Club 54 55 Double Octette 54 S5 Religious Life Committee 54
Human Relatrons Conference 54 Cupola 55 Senior Dance Comnuttee 55
Pxrates Den 55 Basketball Manager 55 Vnrsxry Club 55 May Court 54 Sun
Grrl wrth a model s profrle queen Oh jay benuuful
haxr day dreamer moody boys boys boys neat,
sweet Where s Bette? plans to be a nurse 'I thmk
ll get my ha1rcut"' everyone s troubleshooter "Hx
Herm wxll she ever get her license?
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1 year 3278 Pleasant Avenue
Blue Camden 5 New jersey
"Dxd you know my brother ts a jet ace7' . . ."At Woodrow
W1lson" f . ."On my Honor Soc1ety" . . ."Wa1t ttll I get my tn
cycle then I'll play wtth you". . .knows lokes. . .has an eleventh
grade mterest . . .qutte a hotrod . . ."Where's Joan?" . . ."Hey
Steve" . . .jean's playmate . . .yak. . .yak . . .Basketball star?
. . ."There were 99 at the party, I counted them" . . .rough man
off the boards.
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Sections A Q B
What is your name?
I ve been called lots of things
Please clarify your statement
I m known as Senior Glass Conscience
my aliases are Ghost and Spirit
You are charged with numerous
How do you plead?
sentences you to
If you persist in interrupting the
court will find you in contempt
You are sentenced to haunt the rest
of this book
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Ono down - - more Oo go.
Lady curator of an aviaryl
Just finishing her thesis on . . ."Tho
Uselennexs of the Human Brain".
Shorpshootor . . .
Dior's Babette and his revolutionary
Looking up in the world . . .
And when they have beaten their swords into
plowshares, Dave will still be there -
' splitting rocks.
Lazy Stephen will you get up . . . ever?
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Trotters that wayl
A stitch in time might make Sarah a great
A pressing lubiccf
Real gone Dummy", our answer to "Crazy Ono".
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One llffle, two Inftle three llfile unducns
Editor gone beserlzl
'Thus us how we make aggressive dogs! '
Joe Rogers, Sally Haines, Erika Paul, Donald Duff.
President: joe Rogers
Vice President: Erika Paul
Secretary: Sally Haines
Treasurer: Donald Duff
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Last row Garrett Rtchman, Cxndy Thum Patrtcta Pearson, Erika Paul, Dorothy
Duff Thtrd row James Freeman, Nancy deHoll Rlchard Stevens Joan MacBr1en,
Wxlllam Smith Second row Maureen Whxte, Igor Sturm, Sally Haines Donald
Duff Rebecca Brecker Fsrst row James Hull David Hhoads, Helga Lexse,
Paul Mecray Mxmr Hathaway James MacDonald Szandmg Joe Rogers Presldent
I, the class conscience of 55, found my three tn-one xdenttty
the preparattons for the juntor Prom On the btg mght, although my eyes
were dazzled by stlver stars, l had a great ttme hltchlng ttdes on bare
female shoulders while lxstemng to the dreamy mustc I also managed
to dtscombobulate the monor tn your snowball to make certatn that tt
wouldn t outdo the stlver bell of my class Hex' Hex!
But you Darlmgs did crush me when you surpassed my favorxtes by
luggxng home those A s tn French and chemtstry Your Sun D1al" was
also remarkable, you even succeeded tn producing an tssue before
One thing I noticed tn my darly haunts was that I never had to poke
you to start an argument fexcept at l2:47J My, how I enyoyed eves
As a farewell, my one parttng hex the hope that you will be as
good a class as mme Best of luck tn all your glorious enterprtses
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Back row: John Maguire, Theodore Jamison, Brent McCullough. Fourth row:
Doris Rose, Rowland Ricketts, June Hackman. Third row: Asa Stackhouse,
Dagmar Miklau, San a Tallman. Second row: Margaret Doehlert, Susanne Kittredge,
Bruce Csey. Firs row: Perry McCord, Bonnie Richie. Kneeling - Robert
MH jmrwqf' Vygf' Sophomore
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re ' e t: Bob Braddock
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Boo . . .Who? . . .-why you sophomores of course, you party fiends,
you athletes, you gold diggers - and speaking of gold diggers, how much
rmney do you have in your treasury? Too bad you never thought of lend-
ing some of that green-stuff at compound - interest to my poverty-striken
Back row Harold Megee, Elxzabeth Halteman, Ann Fltzwater, Harold Taylor
Wlllxam Teale Second row Eleanor Thompson Judith Perlnchelf, Frank Walker,
Faxth Chambers, Ronald Roberts. Furs! row John Chrgoums Martln Lehfeldt
Charles Haxnes, Carol Thum Standzng Sandra Coale vnce presxdent Absent
senror class, though rr was a smart ldea to combxne the sophomore hop
effort with the semor dance commxttee You must be relatrons of Carnegie
to have consolidated competition lrke that'
But, back to that socral lrfe partxes every Saturday night, Truth or
Consequences Qand what consequencesj, Pass UIC I-1fCSHVCfv CI WHS Bl
unst rmpaled on a tooth pxckj, charades, ice-tag on Strawbrxdge, and
your dancing, wow, rt was absolutely cat's whiskers' Your crazy sopho
more actlvrtnes were certamly pretty wearing on the sheet'
By mxd year I could see your rrotous lrvmg begrnmng to catch up
wxth you when you vxsrted Ancora, and were cordrally' rnvxted to
Dunng my rergn as the conscience of 55, my cohorts had the pleasure
of becomrng better acquamted wrth you, through your eager partrcrpatron
rn both sports and school actrvrtxes Believe me rt was a pleasure Even
I have been enthralled by your rowdy enthusiasm, and that revelation
alone gives me grounds on whrch I can, absxtrvely and posolutely
prophesy two more happy years at M F S for the class of '57
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row: Helen Archer, Lauren DeCou, Esther Shontz, Mimi lbak. Firstrow: Betsy Wood,
William Diller, Edith Wallace, Sandra Ann Griffith, Elizabeth Archer. Standing:
President: Phil Stevens
Vice President: Eddie Hendrickson
Treasurer: Lauren De Cou
S ecretary: Mary Lou Serri
Hi - you all! Well, you finally finished your first year. lt wasn't so
bad, for you, after all - was it? But think of me, dead-tired after many a
hard night's haunt, yet forced to remain sleepless thanks to your infernal
noise and hubbub.
As freshmen you certainly added finesse to your dancing. Your new
gracefulness was obvious at dancing class, when you waltzed around
Back row: Thomas Walker, Sigid McArthur, Laurence Manoa. Second row:
Barbra Ransome, Ephraim Tomlinson, Sandy Bray, Samuel Loveland, Ruth
Rhoads, Alison Borton. First row: Richard Aiken, Jay Denbo, Mary Louise Serri,
Walter Staats, James Diefendorf. Standing-Edwnd Hendrickson- Vice President.
the gym, and even as you scorched the floor with your jitterbugging Cat
the dances after the Solebury and Friends' Select basketball games!
Among the educational highlights of the year were your museum trips.
The medieval history was interesting, but I certainly felt much closer to
you, when we visited the mummies.
Remember Christmas 1954 - and your wonderful class reunion - Santa
Claus with a bagful of goodies for the faithful alumni, and your happy
caroling around the piano. Then, after the first snowfall you again flocked
together for skating and sledding parties - even generously inviting the
sophomores to rollerskate, and wasn't that sweet of you!
You talented freshmen added much to the extra-curricular activity at
M.F.S. when you presented planned Meetings on Thursday morning and
plays in assembly. Speaking of plays, I just don't know what you'd have
done if I hadn't cued you - mental telepathy, of course.
No doubt about it, by now you must have realized what a clever little
ghoule I am, so you can doubly appreciate my cleverly-worded tribute
to you freshmen, who have become such a wonderful part of the high-
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- Bill Smakespeare.
My transparent ectoplasm, as always, came
in handy for spying on lovers, especially junior
high lovers. If you boys aren't a bunch of Beau
Brummels! Dancing class has been your social
whirl - mine too. When I get to dance with some
of those femmes fatalesg it almost makes me feel
alive again, my earthly days were never like
Your antics in classes, especially Mrs.
O'Connor's classes, almost made me drop my
sheet. I guess carryings on like that "happen
in the best of families" for that matter - classes
Finally . . .this is my good-bye. Honestly,
it's been great fun. You've been one wonderful
bunch of boys and "gals" I shall never forget.
to American Eating Habits: Tfc"'AS"5 IM.
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mann on www: Tous or waonlln Germany
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By Paris on Trip
In Hoboken a ter a hard summer s travel Bob Coles Davld Rhoads Conme Chambers
Dolores Brod Sally Hames Paul Coward Mlss jucker
The greatest and bestest program ever a tnp to Europe
work camp rn Nuremburg an unforgettable experrence for the M F S ers
from the moment they boarded the Seven Seas
Lrfe on that luxury lmer was terrxfrc but far from relaxmg
especlally wrth those fugh 'J 9 30 AM orxentatron classes Under
Nlademolselle s enjoyable chaperonageM F S ers spentaramy slghtseemg
week rn Pans Then came the German work camp, the br weekly tr1ps
to the publrc baths and a B5 m11e bncycle trlp to Herdleburg and back
Basel Switzerland, meant a v1s1t to the home of a certam chaperone
Interlaken s featured Tony the walter who rlsked hrs yob gettrng the
hungry ones second helplngs
That was Affxlxatron 1954 a magmfxcent summer, thanks to the
efforts of parents, teachers, and our frnends rn Germany too bad
I wasn't hatched untrl September"'
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lliscoll, Larry Mainou, Asa Stackhouse. Seated: Louise Coward, Sandy Tillman, Mrs.
Ricketts, Mr. Miller, Sandy Bray.
I bow to the organizing genious of this, the greatest
gold-bricking committee of the whole school. This
so-called "Assembly Committee" supposedly com-
posed of students of the high school, has certainly
produced a magnificent dearth of assemblies this
A-. How about the concert of the groaning glee-clubs,
4-'I """ the Quaker foul-shooting contest fno rah - rahjg and
n that assembly where the committee featured some
S brawny specimens - the pride of the A.F. of L. - seem-
2 ingly oblivious to our cheering as they hauled away
'Q bits of the piano. Friday after Fridayl looked for-
B ward to the break between classes only to find that it
L was non-existent. Every once in a while, however,
3 the committee did manage to produce a good assembly.
Stephen W. Meader lectured on the pitfalls and pleasures
of writing, Mr. Taylor arranged for "House of Magic",
the fifth and sixth grades gave the operetta, "Tom Sawyer", the ninth
grade gave three superb plays, "Say It with Flowers", "The Purple
Door-Knob", and "The Lost Kiss", while the tenth grade produced a
magnificent talent show.
Obviously things did pick up toward the end of the year, so perhaps
it has not all been in vain . . . Gad-spooks, how depressing!
Standmg Sandy Coale Ann Fltzwater Duke Paul Betty Halteman Becky Brecker
Kncelmg Barbara Mackey and Jeanne Fltzwater oo-captains.
Games thxs year were swell' I became embarrased at times because I yelled
so loud And then of all thmgs YOU stepped on my sheet, my clean, whrte,
preclous sheet Fxght team frght " rrp Flght team frght rrp I
showed you though I trrpped two of you and you went down at the end of the
Outside of that day you d1d wonderfully It
took me two months to get my new sheet paxd for,
even wrth the trade rn on the old one Cthat s wrth
the mstallment planj It s a good thmg Im rn-
You cheerleaders are really pretty mce people
who look foolrsh only when you stand up IU front
of a dull crowd that won t cheer
Barbara Mackey and jean Frtzwater the co
captams had a wonderful group to work wrth Pep
rallles assemblres and games showed splrrt and
enthusrasm whxch brought out the desrred loyalty
m the student body It's been a wonderful year'
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My, thns was a dull one"' The members of thts gruesome commtttee
were very much drsappomted when Mr Taylor fatled to have the pleasure
of callmg together one of hrs ghastly tribunals to judge a tremblmg
wrongdoer Unnaturally, everyone behaved remarkably well thrs year
But even I, the senior conscrence, have a gutlty conscience for
speakmg rn derrogatory terms about such an tmportant and necessary
part of our school government The drscrplme corrmxttee
IS a working lllustratlon of the harmony that exists
between faculty and students together they settle any
A fx I chffrcultres that may arise during the school year
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Seated Mary Lou S6111 Tom Marshall Mrss Armstrong Fnka Paul T ' Ilxscoll Mary
Dickerson and Cappy Loveland
Student Affairs Committee
M F S IS proud of thts year s Student
Affaxrs Commxttee Orgamzed to give the
student an acuve representation and responsn
brlrty ln school government xt has agam, as nn
years past, done an outstandmg ,ob Lnder the capable
leadershxp of T" Drrscoll, Charrman the commlttee ac
compllshed such feats as the lnstallatlon of new trash
cans fan xtem of tremendous rmportancel chartering of buses to games,
remedymg the noxsome sltuauons ln the library and the lunch lme, and
satrsfactonly coordmatmg group acttvrtxes
udgxng from how well you ve managed this year w1th my assistance,
I can t see how future commlttees can funcuon well wxthout me Best of
luck though and believe me, l'll be hauntlng you'
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Dutch Wolff Jay Bancroft Conme Chambers Alfred Duscoll Barbara Mackey Jean
FIIZWHISF Kneeling Bette Edsall Mary Dickerson
Senior Dance Committee
Long meetmgs lasttng far mto the nrght gray
halrs, straxned braxns, faugue These thmgs
certamly dxdn t characterize thrs orgamzauon'
It was created to sponsor dances for the tenth
eleventh, and twelfth grades The dance commxt
tee convened penodtcally at lunch ume to con
coct plans for thelr dances I had my fun har
assmg, hexmg, and high pressurmg their efforts
Old clothes? Good clothes? Tum a bout7 Sopho
more Hop? Orchestra? What debates about dates'
When the feudmg ceased everyone usually te
tlred to his corner peaceably
Thus despxte much vexatxon my proteges did a faxrly good job
Con gratula txons comrade s'
Standing Dutch Wolff Barbara Mackey, Alfred Illscoll jun Coale Tom Marshall Seated
Elleen Haden, Conme Chambers, Ed Mxss Armstrong, Dolores Brod Jeanne Fltzwater
To thls ultra group I owe my lntroductlon to M F S. Of course, xt took a hit of persuasion
on my part to get this lndeclslve gang of scrxbhlers, artlsts, and money men to agree that
I should have a ghostly flnger In thls publication What a job'
After settlxng that matter I sat around on Saturday mormngs after school and on
thrs lndustnous group IS Edltor ln-Chlef Connie Chambers who I must admlt had to do a
great deal of proddxng to get her confused staff fune-
tlonxng T Drlscoll played the local husxnessman,
Chlef Ad man, whlle Bob Coles took and sometxmes
re-took all the funny PICIIIIBS you see xn th1s book H' t X K
My many hours of posxng for our art department
Jeanne Fltzwater resulted IH the lxkenesses of my
lumpy form whxch glon these pages Tom Marshall
IS responslble for the clrculatxon of our document of
M F S. lxfe The scatter-bralned scnbblers of the
staff lnclude Dolores Brod ,Ixmmy Coale Eileen
Haden Barbara Mackey Marllyn Madxson and Dorcas .1
Wolff Specxal recognmon goes to our adopted typlst
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Joe Rogers Mlss Armstrong Sally Haxnes.
The Sun Dual
The Sundial had a bang off start this year when
they publrshed then' first issue ln December
The publrcatxon of the Sun Dxal IS part of the yunxor
course on journallsm The class elects the edltor
and staff whrch, under normal cxrcumstances, should
produce four lssues annually' This chosen few, fedxtor
and staffl, supplred most of the articles and news
xtems for therr class lxterary effort as well as co
ordmated the work of the rest of the yumors
The Sun Dual covers all school events, sports,
trlps, vlsxtors dances assemblles, and other xnterestmg actlvtues Along wrth
these there are, occasionally fl J, amusmg artrcles and serlous edxtorlals Thls year,
under the leadership of joe Rogers, somethmg new has been added, a section
about the yumor high wrltten by yunror hlgh students a most excellent rdeal
Below I have listed the chosen few
Ednor joe Rogers
Staff Sally Harnes james Hull, Paul Mecray Erxka Paul Garrett Rrchman,
and Duck Stevens
Standtng Paul Coward Charles DeCou Enka Paul Garrett Richman. Seated Sally Haines
Miss Brudon Jay Bancroft Pres l-lerm Magee Dorcas Wolff Ixneelmg Connie Chambers
Can tunderstand why they didn t let me in
lt s such an honor and such a thrill to open
that letter that says you re a member
smce Varsity Club is the only honorary society
at Moorestown and smce Varsity Club promotes
those ideals basic to M F S
The first requirement for election is parucipa
tion in or the management of a Varsity sport
but membership is also based on high character
and outstandmg leadership
Varsity Club aims to foster school spirit and
interest in intra mural sports During the 1954-55 term V C sponsored dances
after the Sidwell and Friends' Select basketball games, and supervised Color
Though Varsity Club began this year with a very small nucleus, both
advisers and members deemed it necessary to increase, and finally to triple
Officers are: President, jay Bancroftg Treasurer, Paul Cowardg and Secre-
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Standmg Bruce Flack mgr Bob Coles .hm Coale Hal Megee, B111 Smxth Tom Marshall
ay Bancroft Coxey Sim-m Paul Coward co captarn Kneeling Herm Magee Terry Mecray
Jlm MacDonald Peachy Roberts Ted Jamxson Hal Taylor Charles DeCou co captain
A good record three wxns, three ues and
-19 two losses Teamwork characterized the whole
season even nn the election of co-captaxns,
Paul Coward and Charles DeCou
Hxgh spxrtts and low scores prevatled m most
of the games The ftrst game draw set the pace
for the season The 0 0 tle wtth George School
that lasted ttl the last quarter and the Friends'
Select draw almost had me sproutmg gray halts'
Everyone enjoyed this season of hard fought
games because each presented such a challenge
vxctory was never assured The team had to
use thetr heads as well as thexr feet Ho ho that s a pun'
Congratulatxons team for such a wonderful dlsplay of spxnt and sportsmanshxp
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,lean Frtzwater, Ann Fitzwater Betty Halteman Erika Paul Mary Dickerson Sandy Bray
Front row Sarah Kotlikoff Connie Chambers Miss Brudon Eileen Haden
I have two words for this bunch Y u goofedl' but, nevertheless the
season was somewhat astounding It all started with hockey camp when everyone
wanted to jitterbug to the strains of Sweetheart rather than strain to the tune
of Run you silly asses played with an British accent However, after a week of
strenuous dancing you girls began to look like a team!
Then came your buckling-down for the real season Hopes for an undefeated
team were smashed in the first game with Woodbury but the team paddled
bravely on to lose by a hair to Westtown and to tie a fighting Abington squad
Highlighting the season were: Miss Brudon s birthday party during hockey
practice, and the Varsity-Faculty game, one of the hardest-fought of the year
The addition of new blood, namely jim, certainly rendered the old guard more
powerful The final score - I za
The .V. did well, winning five out of eight
games, and sharing two freshman goalies with
the varsity. Only three team-members are de-
parting, so it looks as if M.F.S. will have a
really good season in 55. N
Standmg Garrett Richman Hal Megee Steve Newman Jay Bancroft Coxey Sturm Paul
Coward ,Ioe Rogers Herm Magee coach Seated Hal Taylor Charles DeCou Peachy
Roberts Walter Staats George Yeager
Such a haxr ralsmg, suspenseful season' Never tn all my dead days havel
seen anythrng like rt
Startmg wxth only three of last year s squad, Hetrn proceeded to create
nearly unbeatable combination Two of the hardest fought games were with
tough games especially the one with George
School nn whtch Steve starred, by fracturmg hrs
noodle m the opening seconds of play what
these guys won t do to get attenuon'
Excttement was htgh as our boys headed for
that last game with Westtown In the overume
period the v1s1tors gained the lead and kept xt
wmmng by a bare two pomts
That Saturday at the basketball playday I could 15
see the gloom begin to ltft when two of ourown,
Paul Coward and Captam Jay Bancroft, made the
All Quaker team a great honor, to top off what
certamly had been a great season
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Betty Halteman, Jeanne Fitzwater, Connie Chambers, Dorcas Wolff mgr.Miss Brudon coach.
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Miss Brudonl, to get the team through the season with 1
two victories, one tie, and three losses. Believe me,I Y
fought all the way - even in, the week-long combat with 4
the "bug" just before the Westtown game.
Though the girls showed much spirit in all their games - the one which roused
them the most was that contest between Varsity and Faculty in which our beloved
teachers used every means within their grasp Cincluding an attempted bribe to the
referee - Mr. Reagan! to defeat the fighting females of Moorestown . . .final score
Varsity 23 . . .Faculty 2I!
Boy, did I have a heck of a time getting five seniors on the two teams. Betty
Halternan Cone of those lowly sophomoresj had high score with 89. Erika Paul
followed with 50, but there wasn't even a forward in the whole bunch of seniors.
I must say that next year, If my punishment is lengthened, I won't have to worry
about winning games. The team will be undefeated, wait and see!
Standmg Sklpper Evans mgr Steve Newman, Hal Taylor Hal Megee, Paul Coward, Jay
Bancroft, George Yeager, Bruce Flack mgr Mr Carr coach Seated Jim Coale, Bob
Coles Charles DeCou, Terry McCray, Peachy Roberts
April 22 Frvends Select owoy 5'
April 26 Tower Hull owoy
May 3 Sanford Prep homo
Moy5 Fruonds Select homo
May 13 Germantown Friends homo
May 17 Solobury homo
Moy W Solobwy home
only I drd ll under the strict supervlslon of the coach As he sped through the
streets of Moorestown I chmned myself on hrs handlebarsl
The team has a hopeful future, wlth four of our last year's vets remalmng.
Certaxnly, we do not have much to worry about, rf we can follow the example set
by the glorious nrne of '54.
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Back row Betty Halteman Falth Chambers. Front row. Margaret Doehlert Jeanne Fltzwater
Ann Fltzwater Enka Paul Sandy Tallman Dolores Brod Sandy Coale Kneelmg Mary
Dxckerson Mxss Brudon Eleanor Thompson
Prctured above are those who I thought, rather Mxss Brudon and I thought,
would be on thrs year s tennis team Lucluly, we d1dn't have to start from scratch
because at least a few girls had held tennis rackets tn therr hands before Sway
mg gently to and fro tn the sagging net I was txckled by the grrls unorthodox
form and sometxmes more than trckled when some of their smashes dJdn't quite
top the net Although they damaged me occaslonally I dtd have fun tremendous
fun' Tenms ts the greatest sport'
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Hathaway Signd McArthur, Sandy Coale Edith Wallace. Second row Rochelle Lario
Margaret Doehlert Barbara Ransom joan MacBnen Barbara Mackey, Dolores Brod, Bette
Edsall Becky Brecker Holly Archer Third row: Sandy Griffith, Terri Schantz Mimi Doi
Bonnie Richie Cindy Thum Jeanne Fitzwater Dutch Wolff, June Hackman Connie
Chambers. Fourth row Dagmar Miklau Doris Rose Duke Paul Ann Fltzwater Betty
Halteman Sandy Tallman Dorothy Duff, Mary McAllister Alison Borton Beppie Archer
Absent Sarah Kotllkoff ManlynMad1son
Me and my singing hi-school friends escape from the world of studies, teachers,
and tensions once a week to the world of song and music Thanks to Miss White s
diversified talent we met new types of music - madrigals, spirituals, and oratorios
Aside from the thrill of good music, I profited most from the warm up exercises,
chromatic scales, and breath control - which increased my chest expansion at
least 13 milimeters.
The double octette, composed of the more talented members of the ee club,
supplements the annual Christmas and spring concerts with unusual and profi-
ciently-performed arrangements. Since practice sessions for the octette must vie
with sports, yearbook, and often lunch, membership is a strenuous job. - Tr
singing immediately after a hastily-gulped meal.
This year Glee Club membership has been rewarding. Our concerts left a good
sound in the air - the buzz of a pleased audience, but best of all, we had fun
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Midsummer Night s Dream
In the name of Cod amen
I the class cousclence of 55 Moorestown Friends School Townshxp of Moorestown,
County of Burllngton and State of New Jersey
Belng of unsound and mdtsposmg mmd I do hereby make, publlsh and declare thxs
document as and for my last w1ll and testament hereby revokmg any wllls and cod e-
sllltes at any time heretofore made
I order and duect that all my unjust debts and funeral expenses he paxd as soon as xn-
convement followxng my demlse
I further direct that Jay Bancroft leave his beautlful legs to Erlka Paul that Carl
Birkhlmer leave hls Sandsknt for Mxss Jucker to translate that Dolores Brod leave her
nickname Dummy fshe hopes? that Dave Callaghan leave hrs hellowxng ln the halls
to Jlmmy MacDonald that Connie Chambers leave the yearbook mess for bigger and
better messes that Jlm Coale leave his barbells to sister Sandra that Bob Coles
leave hrs busted beak and slxghtly demented sense of humor to Roland Rxcketts
that Paul Coward leave hls basketball to anyone else who knows how to dribble that
Charles DeCou and Bette Edsall leave together that Mary Dlckerson leave her eyes
at half mast that T Driscoll leave his dxctatorslnp to anyone who can take ll away
keep what he has because he needs everythmg
he s got that Jeanne Fltzwater could leave a
lot of tlungs and stnll have enough behind her
that Bruce Flack leave hrs foul shootxng ablllty
to Charles Halnes that Elleen Haden leave
her books to be burned that Sarah Kotllkoff
leave her wiggle to Dorothy Duff that Barbara
Mackey leave her sister Patricia, to anyone who F A
can handle her that Manlyn Madxson leave her
South Carolina dnver s license to Martin Lehfeldt
that Tom Marshall leave to buy a han net
that Steve Newman leave h1s cracked head to Jxm
Freeman that Pat Patterson leave the lxbrary
ln peace that Dome Platt leave her Fels
Naptha to June Hackman that Dave Warwick
leave for Sunshxne Park that Dutch Wolff
leave her pony taxl to Sarah Elena Halnes
that George Yeagerleave hls good looks to Johnny
Chlgoums as for me I leave unlamentedl
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
unfirm hand and seal
Wxtnessed on the 10th day of June 1955, by
fl dldn t ask Mr. Carr to wxtuess the above
document because he's one of the ganglj
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and recorded musw
achzeved through leadershzp
m research, engmeerzng
and mama acturmg
RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Moonesro WN ENGINEERING PLANT
M 1 N J
F kAY 11
CLASS OF '55 O
Broad 81 Garfield Avenue Palmyra, N. I.
CINNAMINSON BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Riverton, N. J.
GEORGE D. ELLIS EXSQNSJNC.
Tin Cans and Boxes - Metal Sfampings
OVER 100 YEARSOF SERVICE
PARTLOW 8: HALLEN
We Operate Our Own Plant
Cleaners 8: Dyers
Kingl I-liglmuy lf. llgulclonlia-lql. N I.
lla. 9-0-128 XMGRW
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5 ,fl Sl MERCH. a-sus no s. CENTRE ST.
f ' c.u.L FOR an nurvsa MERCI-lANTVILLE.N.J
ATCHES GIFTS REPAIRING
uthorizecl "Keepsake" Diamond Merchant
Cor. Scott and Pavilion, Riverside, N.J.
l3 E. Broad Sf., Palmyra, N.J.
lverside 4-039 William and Samuel
lverton 9-2216 Bigigmmo
H. McCLOSKEY BUS SERVICE
ZJ8 WARREN STREET
BEVERLY, NEW JERSEY
BUSES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
24 Hour Service
Thirty-six Yeas Continuous Service
SAFE, CLEAN, DEPENDABLE
BUSES AND DRIVERS
Phone: Du-7-0 150
.lolmson's F550 Service
Marlton Pike 6 Highland Ave.
Gino Selena Aben Caveat lvl. 0: lnrhuu hh!
CAMDEN, N. J.
The Only Exclusive 45 RPM Service Centre
in Souch jersey'
.le e 4
45 RECCRD :Se SERVICE CENTRE
SHEET Music:-MUSICAL. INSTRUMENT SUPPLIES
RADIUS-RECORD PLAYERS 6- Arzcsssumcs
606 STATION AVENUE HADDUN HEIGHTS
E.A.l:ASTRDVILI.IJ SR. LI 7-7606
MERCHANTVILLE NATIONAL BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES OF '55l
May Your Success and Our Friendship Continue
to Develop Over tbe Years
Our Drive-In and Ample Parking rigbt at band
make it easy to do your banking bere.
MERCHANTVILLE, New Jersey Deposits Guaranteed by F.
Our Sincere Wishes
For A Successful Future
HEVERLY - WALKER PHARM
CARSLAKES DINING RUC!
MT. HDLLY N. J.
GREEN VALL EY FARMS
Quality Dairy Products
ystol Lake Avenue HGJJOHHOIJ, New Jersey
E. BEITZ 8. SONS
SEMI SELF SERVICE
QU AK E R STO R E
MEATS, GROCERIES AND DELICATESSEN
Eu SITOOQ Pqlmyfq' N,J,
Phone 9-0512 1 'gy
"Tbe ricbest child is poor witbout musical training"
Burlington Institute of Music
KENNETH L. Txcs, Director
307 BRIDGEBORO STREET
All Musical RIVERSIDE, N. J. Private
For Sale Class
or Rent Lessons
Modern Instruction on all musical instruments
Tap and Ballet Classes
Burlington Studio Phone
Union Hall, 230 Stacy St. Ho I-'I877
FRANK B. ANDERSON
COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
SOUTH JERSEY CONSTRUCTION CO
Hb 'I I62lO6
omg S R d O'l 81 T
Rivers'd NJ E ' R '
1650 A -
140 Kung s Hlghwcy East
Haddonfueld N J
Phone 9 228f Pick bp and Delwery
77 E Ham St Moorestown
LGU GCJLD 84 SU
FEDERAL AUTO Co
15001508 FEDERIL STREET
CAMDEN N J
PHONE WOODLAWN 3-4608 3 4609
MENS 6- BOYS WEAR
M REGOR SRORTSWEAR
F E e O
COWARD EASTMAN CO
43 SOUTH 23rd STREET PHILADELPHIA 3 PA.
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7 E. ain Street
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Hours: Qt SISO dailyy 9 to A2 Wed
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zso KAWHQQLWA-15.-HAJQUHQIA NJ. mana To ORDER
FOR 31 YEARS
MOORESTOVIN PIKE MERCHANTVILLE 8 2230
MERCHANTVILLE N J MERCHANTVILLE 8-4040
PINNEY WUIIDS MEN S SHUI'
123 KINGS HIGHWAY E HADDONFIELD N J
Pa W., .
VILLAGE VARIETY SHOPPE
Stokes Road Medford, N. I.
DAN ENHOWER SPORTS
2731 PLEASANT sr.
cmoeu s, u.J.
Owe 99136 imwezmw
SINCE 1856 . . . Photographers
to Distinguished Philadelphians
1507 WALNUT STREET Rittenhouse 6-5544
CANDID WEDDINGS A SPECIALTY
401 North Brood Street Phlladelphnu 8 P
WILLIAM H. FISLER CO., INC.
f,LDf. C4 3MMl'Nl1'y' LN,-G A L lcllhg, Hue, Y-left. Chin and Pulkvs Mill Supplies
'f ' ' " ' ' "W ff' "W fl' Tf 920-28 MARKET STREET, CAMDEN 2, N. J.
j!A-mud -1-.SfrA.s-19-81-r:'I1'r: 16,959.3 Woodhvn L1!43,1!u11u5
6 OBPOADST E
M 5, L CLEANERS give electrical gifts
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OOFIESTOWN PHONE MO 9-0 359
PLANT MO 9-2797
20 S. Coniro St., Marchantville 8, N.J
1 hour service at plant
We pick up and Deliver
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Maple Shade Pharmacy FQARD
-1-7,, ,570,, SALES SERVICE
H dd H ' h , . .
S.E. Cor. Main 51. 8- Forklanding Road. G on elg ts N J
Maple Shade, New Jersey HUdd0nf-ieldv N--L
I. BRECK R and
J. MAR KS
CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH
Sales and Service
Moore stown, New Jersey
ngrotulotions and best wishes
PROGRESSIVE TOOL 8. GAGE CO
MERCHANTVILLE N J
KARL E ROBINSON CHEVROLET INC
MOORESTOWN N J
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For the Best in
Peaches cmd Other
CHAPEL AVE and EAST KINGS HIGHWAY
Good Things in Season
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3 3 Haddonfield Road Pennsaukcn, NJ.
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WALTER S. BARCLAY AGENCY
Rxvz N 91594
BROAD AND MAIN STREETS
The Old Lampl ight
O90 900AM OoMdigh1
L neh nd Dunno!
61 Eos' Mein Shoot
Moor tow N J
Phono 9 9163
BURLINGTON COUNTY S
LINCOLN MERCURY DEAL ER
COMMUNITY MOTORS INC
Rf 38 at Madison Avo
M Holly NJ
Amherst 7 1796
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BURLINGTON N J
HADDONFIELD NEW JERSEY
DUdl y6-2700-6-2701 RJ RIKER
COLLINS ROAD MARKET
FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES
All Year Round
Gift Frurt Baskets Made to Order
Nursery Stock an Season
Rt and Lenola Mogrestown N J
Mo 9 2159
homas M. Marshall Co
Super Market Engmeermg
Fixture Desngmng 8. manufacturing
Dresses - Suits - Sportswear
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only when good financing
N U E R MGJRTZAGE SERVICE
COMMIRCIAI. Q KISIDINTIAL q INDUSTRIAL
NIILADILPICIA 7, PA.: Zl I4 Lincoln-Liberw Bldg , Rlttenhouse 6-8520, C, ARMEL NUWER, Jr., Mgr.
UMDEN I, N. J.: 509 Coopar SVNM -- WOodIawn 3-5100 -----4- I. G. BRILL, Mgr
C ARMEL NUTTER, President HAROLD P. NUTTER, Vice-President
Gamplimcul I f
Harrq E. Wolff
i BACK Los CAMP
Sabael, New York
On Indian Lake in the Adirondack Mountains
Are you looking for a vacation s ot far from the noises and nuisances
of civilization? Back Log is a wildierness camp for families and adults,
managed by three generations of Quakers.
Our ests live in comfortable tents along the lake shore, and have
availabliu for their use a large fleet of boats. Short trips are taken fre
uently to nearby ponds and mountains. For the more energetic there are
Zrda canoe trips, and expeditions to the Mt. Marcy region. Parents and
childien join equally in the camp activities, or may plan their own
For illustrated folder address inquiries to:
MRS. HENRY J. CADBURY 0' A'-FRED C' BURTON '
Pendle Hill, wallingfofa, Pa. 3:13:22
D AND CHESTNUT
Mooresiown N J
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U. S. Highway 130, West,
Burlingion, N. J.
RIVERSIDE GENERAL SUPPLY
JosEPH J. Bucci
TOOLS TIRES Kesse1man's Quaker Store
Furnafure - Appliances - Television BEVERLY, NJ.
215 Bridqeboro St. R-Wefsidef NJ-
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Servmqfull Course Dmners SPM to 9PM
PRIVATE Dmmc Rooms Fon Pmznzs
Qlwlhd RIVERTON N J
mfvnom Rnvfmon 90686
247 lungs lhghway la Haddonfield N f
congratulations to the class of 5:
Kingsway Studio KHPPWS
p "Quc1hty First'
IO Mechumc Sfreet Hoddonfueld, N. J. Q RIVSNOH, New Jersey
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
The Eighth Grade
755 Best Wishes to the
CORNER Crm of 1955
THE CAMERA CORNER
H0 E. Main St. Moorosiown
Photographic Supplies - Studio Work - Records
M0 9-0614 W
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PAINTS GLASS PAINTERS SUPPLIES
ELLERY AND VIRGINIA SCRIBNER
INTERIOR HOME PLANNING
232 E Kings Hughwuy
Fine Furmture Hcddonfmld 9 4171 Dra es
Complgmengs of BenuAggiesLuncheonette
42 Main Street
Mt Holly N .I
DR PENROSEH THOMPSON
Prop Ben Shemeley
Phone Amherst 7-8547
nf-45 CRESCENT BOULEVARD CAMDEN 5, NEW JERSEY
. , .-
WRIGHT GIFT SHOP
M A Odor Free Zoric System Dry Cleaning
QP ' Furrier Alterations a Specialty
N 4301 MAPLE AVE.
142 Klhqi l'4llQhWC!Y EOBf Rx N-J.
Haddonfield, N. J.
Phone 94925 ME 92325 ' SYSTEM
All Make Phanogrnph Records
RICCI'S SHOES, INC.
HADDONFIELD,N.j. THE MEN,S SHOP
ALFRED Ricci PHONE HA 9 2243 16 SCO" Suse'
Riverside N Jersey
Rlverfon Haddonfuolcl Maple Shade
RI 9 2320 HA 9 5202 ME 8 6l I8
PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
608 Broad Sf. 20 Haddon Avenue 615 W. Main St.
Four Score and
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RCOT 6. Fox
8 TANNER STREET
HADDONFIELD N J
HA 9 6100
OIINSON S DEPT STORES
"You Get More At A Johnson Store"
Haddonfield cmd Medford N J
0 Qtmly 500 clothing
0 florshelm shoes
' mallory huh
0 vm heusen shirts
Many more leading brands
ILL. Fitzwater 8: San
MILK ICE CREAM
AFTER THE SHOW
STOP FOR REFRESI-IMENTS
AT OUR DAIRY BAR
ROUTE 25 RIVERSIDE N .I
ATOMIC SHAKES ICE CREAM SANDYICHES
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Phone: Riverside 4-004-6
711 North 27th Sfrodl
Cumdon 5, New .lorsoy
VIPLAX PRODUCTS CORP
BEVERLY NEW JERSEY
Dudl y 6-1656
BURLINGTON MOTORS C0
ROUTE T30 ORCHARD VIEW
Burlington, New Jersey
ROBERT E HEYMAN
12 South Centre Street
Merchantvllle N I
MErchcmtv1lle 8 2422
Af 16 N Center Street
CDH EN S Department Store
79 E881 M8111 Street
Moorestown N J
H C SCHWERING
Bendix Home Laundry
R1 9-OUR Palmyra
M H DALE
861 L-31816 .IHSUFGIICC
nnonenrv MANAGEMENT MORTGAGES
l3I EAST MAIN STREE
MOORESTOVIN N .I
WITH BEST WISHES
DAVIES FUNERAL CHAPEL
4522 WESTFIELD AVENUE
ME 8 2420
Organ Service Arr Condruoned
Char1ey's Clothes, Inc
100 W Clements Bridge Rd
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THE SOUTH JERSEY
JESSIE R PIERGROSS
Ruverslde New Jersey
John E Fenimore Agency
Riverside, New erse
R. M. HOLLINGSHEAD CORPORATION
CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA
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Compliments of '
ASB " Golden Guernsey
RIVERSIDE ROLLER DRGME
RIVERSIDE, N, J.
Norman at the Organ
"AlII0l'lCl'S Table Milk"
The Better Mill:
Vitamin D Milk
LOCUST LANE FARM
3rd Ind Mill Sts.
Moorestown, N. J. C
LIKE THE CLASS OF '55
ITS TBIED AND TRUE
MAGNIFICENT GLORIOUS BENEFICIAL FOR YO U
LOAN'S LI IME
For overworked muscles,
After the game or after the garden,
Use Sloan s lmxment
so your muscles don t harden'
1 and 5 gallon sxzes for borses
An mternauonal survey shows that
Stemo fifty thousand
Eskxmos cou1dn't be wrong
, . .
Eskimos prefer Sloan's to
"Made by Boafmen for Boafmen
LUNGPORT MARINE C0
Longpori New Jersey
MOOR ESTOWN MOTOR CO.
BUICK SALES AND SERVICE
219 W. Main Sf. Moorostown, NJ.
Phone . . .MO 9-0076 . . .0077
to all the
C 1' t f
MooREs'rowN MoBlLE sERv1cE Omp men S O
Chester Ave., andR.R. The HACKMAN Family
Pbone 9-9116 Moorestown, N. 1.
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SHOPPED AT Xb QQ, -Xgqs...
25th and Federal Sts. SQ 1 H,qi3yUQf.4,x
Camden Q Q A
Free Parking on our lot
100 feet in back of store
Drive in on North 25th Street
Open Thursday and Friday Nigbt 'til 9 P.M.
DURGIN'S MEN'S SHGP, LTD
Arrow Shirts and Lee Hats Mayfield 4' Shirts.
Rlvorton 9-233 PALMYRA, N.J.
WITH FINANCIM SECURITY 4'
Xl X He's UP in the Cloudsll
r 'T A Lot mo show you o future that's bright with retirement
T dollars . . . and you'lI bo walking on air, too!
CLARENCE G. PRICE
Rivorsido, NJ. H0500 l-1559
A D1ploma t1c Inv1tat1on'
Your d1ploma IS yours because you ve earned It
Naturally you ve recelved lt w1th mlxed feelmgs
sorrow that old assoclatlons are behmd you Joy that
you ve made the grade and are entltled to be called a
That dlploma 15 also an 1nv1tat1on to a new l1fe based
on a new maturlty And whatever your future course
may be on to further educatlon or out 1nto the world of
bus1ness maturlty 1nev1tably brmgs respons1b1l1t1es
one of whlch w1ll be to run your own flnances On th1s
subject we may be of help
Here at th1s frlendly bank are people who not only
are able to glve you fmanclal counsel but are also
mterested ln you personally There may be some
bankmg servlces wlth whlch you are not fam1l1ar but
whlch could be partlcularly helpful to you ln any event
even knowlng about them mlght be of benef1t to you later
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BURLINGTON COUNTY TRUST COMPANY
Moorestown, N. J.
Main Omceg Maple Shade Office
91 E. Main St. 21 N. Forklonding Road
Moofestown, N. J. Mopl, Shack, NJ.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Open Friday Evenings 7:00 to 8:30 P.M.
Best wishes to all the members of the
ALFRED E. DRISCOLL Presldent
rs' 3 K
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A for DuBarry
Warner - 17 amber!
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CAMDEN 5 NEW JERSEY
270 Coloma! Ave
SIXTY SOUTH TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET
Moorostown N J
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Genume Deepfreeze Compliments of
Freezer Food Plan F W woolworfh Company
Maple at Park Avenue Moonnown N J
MCfCh3f'llVlHC N J R J Ngffhgsp Mgr
Phone ME 8 4990
PL NLRAL HO UE
Unlzmzled Parllznq Farzlzlzfs
specialists for Teens and Preteens
3203 Federal Street E Kms, Hwhway Haddonfwld
Camden New JerseY
HA 9 2153
Our beartxest congratulations to the Sensor Class from
LOG CABIN LODGE
Wfawn gfzadleg THE TEEN snor
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T-L. L. KEATING 7 QUAY'S FLOWERS
Patent Medicines, Soda 8: Ice Cream ROUTE 38 MOUNT HOLLY' NJ,
Whitman's and Other Candy
Eaton, Crane, and Pike Stationery
Eastman Kodak Films - Developing and Printing n'w"" Plonn' Nh" 'h""bb"7
RIVERTON, NEW JERSEY AMF' ' 71808
Conusn MAIN AND WAsHrNs'roN STREETS
, MOUNT HOLLY. NEW JERSEY
THOMAS P. GOLDY
A A Continuous Preserlpfien Service
SPECIALISTS MOUNT HOLLY 1
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