Moorestown Senior High School - Nutshell Yearbook (Moorestown, NJ)
- Class of 1955
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THE NUTSHELL - 1955
MOORESTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY
Painting A Picture Of Individualism
Unique as each individual is, lvloorestown High School harnessed each individual
in the class of 1955 to paint a notable picture in the school's history. The color and brush
strokes were made by individuals of the class. Each person added his own vital ideas
and characteristics representing reciprocal influences of classmates and teachers.
The picture portrays the different views reflected by individuals-in classes, sports,
dramatics, government, music, or social activities. This class will be remembered not just
as a blur of facts and figures, but as definite names and faces.
Simultaneously, a picture
of Moorestown High School
was painted. lt revealed an
individual and outstanding
school with its ability to light
the spark of Christian cultural
learning beyond the realm of
With graduation the
paints, brushes and easels
were put aside-the picture
PAUL R. JONES
We congratulate you as members of the Class of 1955.
You have just accomplished one important step in your
education. You are now entering a world which needs en-
lightened citizens. As Aristotle once said: "It is by educa-
tion l learn to do by choice what other men do by con-
straint of fear." It is just as true today that we must learn to
govern ourselves with knowledge and wisdom.
Therefore, it must be your duty to be certain that the
foundations of democracy will not suffer by ignorance or
fear. This is not an easy assignment, because our world is
torn by very serious economic and social problems. These
problems will require constant adjustment on your part to
keep abreast of changing conditions.
We trust the knowledge you have gained in this school
will help you to meet all the new challenges of life.
PAUL R. JONES
Superintendent of Schools
Messages To The Seniors
ROBERT L. WORKMAN
As you graduate from high school, you enter upon
another phase of your life. Your standards of the past
twelve years will either aid or hinder you as you assume
your adult responsibilities in the community and in the
Each person has a pattern from which he builds his
future. For the most part, his success will be determined by
the type of criteria with which the original pattern was
formed. Your parents and teachers have counseled you
well. You are challenged to build your life according to
the highest standards.
You, the Class of 1955, have already shown that you
are fine and worthwhile and we, of Moorestown High
School, look to you to set high goals to dedicate yourselves
to the advancement of the world in which you are an
ROBERT L. VVORKMAN
High School Principal
Board Of Education
Moorestown, New Jersey
President .,,... ..,... ,..,..... . ,.A,...,. .... M r . Howard A. Derlin
Vice-President ..,. . . .Mr. J. Randall Cusworth
Athletics 81 Student Activities Insurance
Mr. Marvin H. Brunson Mr. Albert C. Hobbie
Cafeteria New School Buildings
Mrs. Ruth E. Knapp Mr. Vincent G. Bush
Finance Properties, Supplies and Janitors
Mr. C. Dixon Heyer Mr. Walter L. Molineux
Health Teachers and Organization
Mrs. Lillian Del Duca Mr. J. Randall Cusworth
Mr. Vincent G. Bush
lt is with sincere gratitude that we pay tribute to the civic-minded men and women
of the Moorestown Township Board of Education, who give so unstintingly of their time
and efforts in order to maintain the high educational standards for which Moorestown
High School has long been noted.
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Lillian Del Duca, Mr. J. Randall Cusworth, vice-presidenti Mr. Howard A. Derlin, president, Mrs. Ruth L. Knapp
SECOND ROW: Mr. Vincent G. Bush, Mr. Albert C. Hobbie, Mr. Walter L. Molineux, Mr. Marvin H. Brunson, Mr. C. Dixon Heyer.
It is with deep gratitude and lasting respect that we, the class of 1955, dedicate this,
our yearbook, to Mrs. Margaret M. Binker in recognition of her endless patience, keen
understanding, kindly consideration, and rare integritv
MARGARET M. BINKER
"Lo, one who loved true honor more than fame."
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Margaret M. Binker
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Berr1iCe L. B0rr1emCIr1 Marion Bronick Ruth E. Bump William D. Burley
Home Economics English Librarian Music Director
John J. Cadigan Margareiia F. Chegwidden Raymond S. Clapperton Elsie Clark
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Elizabeth J. Parsons
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As freshmen and newcomers to Moorestown High School, we got lost our share of
times, had doubts and fears as to what this big new experience would be like. Soon,
however, we took a big place in the activities, clubs, and sports, and felt like old hands
at the business of being high school students.
With all the kidding and "hazing" of our freshman year lust a memory, we launched
into our sophomore year. Under the guidance of Mr. Clapperton, we chose our class
rings-and as loyal M.H.S. fans, we proudly showed them off.
Then-upperclassmen! How important we felt! Living our motto of "Carpe Diem" we
were now active participants and even leaders in every phase of school life. Our dramatic
debut, "l Remember Mama," under Miss Campbell's able direction, was declared a big
hit, and thoroughly enioyed by actors and audience. Our Junior Prom "Isle of Dreams"
was an unforgettable night for all.
As we entered our last and biggest year at lvl.H.S., we marvelled at how very young
we still felt. lt seemed impossible that we were seniors. Then the rush of grand new events
-our senior portraits, our sparkling comedy hit "Cheaper By the Dozen," under the
capable direction of Mr. Maddock, our last Carol Service, and those three big memorable
days in Washington. At graduation we realized with appreciation the vast opportunities
and unforgettable memories of our four years at Moorestown High School.
PEARL B. KING
NORMAN S. STEINMEYER
We, the closs of 1955, have elected These individuals to guide us in our final yeor of
Mooresfown High School.
RAYMOND S. CLAPPERTON
RUTH W. SC HWARTZ
A 'X John Larkworthy
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JOANNA SARA BECKLER
3456 Union Avenue
Girl with the zippers.. .. baby
sitter specialist pen pal in
STANLEY L. BERGER
106 Pine Street
Ace trackman admirer of
the Four Aces . . . accomplished
T19 West Linwood Avenue
High boots boy . . . one of the
three Kentucky colonels . . .
MARGARET A. BARTLING
240 West Park Avenue
Efficiency personified art
fiend admirer of the U.S.
The bells ring out,
From either side.
The doors swing wide,
Out run the students
'l'l5 Frederick Avenue
infectious grin lives at the
pool silent type fun-
MARTIN F. BECK
128 N. Forklanding Rd.
Charms the girls "l'm lust
fixing rattles." . . . gridiron
NANCES MARIE BENNETT
'I Manor Court
Fabulous p. i. parties . . .
"Guess what! Walt's coming."
. . . big blue eyes.
RICHARD ROBERT BIERNACKI
232 Mecray Lane
Prefers the Class of '56
Chevy chauffeur . . . "Edie"
. . . smart attire.
EDWARD THAYER BLANCHA
613 Camden Avenue
Future architect "Romeo"
. . . the man with the red truck
. . . trapper.
BERNARD PAUL BRADLEY
36 Gradwell Avenue
Answer man in chemistry
Kentucky colonel tie lad
"How was physics?"
RALPH ALFRED BLOOME
120 Beechwood Lane
Roller skating enthusiast ..
hillbilly music fan . . . '41
102 S. Pine Avenue
Photo maniac . . . algebra ace
. . . pleasing personality . . .
Different makes - OUR MONITORS!
HOWARD RONALD BROOKS
42 Beech Street
Glimmering glasses . . . bebop
enthusiast. . . basketball bombshell.
Skilled athlete . . . track champ
"Meet MiIlie" fan
WALTER FRANK BROWN ANNA BURR
341 E. Main Street 37 E. Main Street
Violin virtuoso capable Sparkling smile long pony-
Student Council prexy in- tail Swarthmore starter.
ROSE ANN CAFFERIO
238 Spruce Avenue
Chatterbox . . . "Midnighter"
gum supplier proud of
HARRY ALLEN CAMP
203 Pine Street
"I'll always take your money."
enthusiastic Red Cross
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7313 Tripoli Avenue
Basketball big boy "What
happened in physics?"
BERNARD CHARLES BUTLER
21 N. Coles Avenue
Freckled lad last of the
racers fan of the Junior
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JAMES C. CALHOUN
Friendly smile. . . active lad . . .
Sophomore Class endorser.
MARTHA JO CAMPBELL
304 S. Coles Avenue
Spanish specialist lady
politician Alabama bound.
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JOANNE M. BUTKIEWICZ
3728 Herbert Avenue
Cheerful cheerleader pass
to 212 "Huh?" enioys
RONALD CURT BUTZ
Golfing expert . . . second Paul
Bunyan . . . "Not another lap!"
SARAH JANE CAMPBELL
40 Lake View Drive
Flute whiz "Sure, I did my
French." . . . Hollywood bound.
THOMAS NEWTON CARNEY
1870 42nd Street
Strictly for Joanne classy
clothes . . . "Gotta see the
319 Linden Street
One of the chatty three
fan of coal country "I'm
8011 Park Avenue
Jitterbug addict . . . great
teaser . . . favorite hobby, girls.
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WILLIAM S. CARTER
8511 Park Avenue
Daddy cool pony express
"Nice day, today."
JOHN S. COLLINS, III
Very reserved owns swim-
ming pool "Want to play
ELAINE HARRIETT COLLINS
Small gal with the big Buick
. . . supreme soloist . . . "I have
SANDRA WELLS COMPTON
141 E. Mill Rd.
Races to the room down the
hall future school teacher
. . . typist whiz.
JANET CAROL CONANT
420 E. Second Street
Riverside roamer "Tell me
more." . . . eager band partici-
VIRGINIA ANN CRAIN
"Woody" "Oh, that Cole
man!" giggles . . . natural
LOUIS ROBERT COSTANZA
66 West Mairi Street
Baseball enthusiast loves
an argument big car
6919 Park Avenue
Heart-breaker . . . dig that
trumpet . . . "My tonal quality"
... friend of Paul.
Where are those who said of chem,
It would be a cinch for them?
CATHERINE CREEDON ARDYTH VIRGINIA CRUMPTON
126 S. Pine Avenue 143 Walker Avenue
Maple Shade Moorestown
"Oh, gee!" . . . Richie's gal . . . Garrulous . . . pleasant disposi-
"l'll finish these socks some- tion . . . "Eh, dry up!" . . . nylon
day." blouses. iwithdrewi
JOAN CULP LOIS MAE CUNNINGHAM
Centerton Road 218 S. Cedar Avenue
Moorestown Maple Shade
Slim and sophisticated . . .
flashing smile . . . "You got the
Roller skating sport . . . prefers
blondes "Oh, that eighth
We cringe as teacher says with glee -
"True for today, but wait and see!"
27 Harding Avenue
Sports fiend mischievous
eyes future DiMaggio
VICTOR GLENN DARNELL
Hartford R.F.D. 2
Oklahoma kid Rip Van
Winkle of M.H.S. . . . "Did you
do 95 yet?"
JULIA ANN D'ALESSANDRO
21 Paul Road
Petite lass . . . chatty . . . future
iournalist . . . the girl with a
BARBARA JOAN DAVIS
306 E. Main Street
Cute and cagey lover of
the books . . . "Where's Toot's?"
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But when in print the article appears, I FA L "'
We feel rewarded by the critics' cheers.
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325 N. Forklanding Rd.
Reliable and resourceful
"Glad to hear it." good
PATRICIA ELLEN DELANEY
I7 Paul Road
Scintillating humor "Have
you seen Joe?" . . . athletically
SALLY JANE DEASY
435 Camden Avenue
Fond of the Marine Corps
classic book carrier . . . another
ANITA RITA DEL DUCA
510 E. Main Street
"Dukie" . . . hot on the sax . . .
"Got a letter!" . . . Delaware
Auto mechanic food distri-
butor "That's sharp." ..
EDWARD PAUL DUGAN
48 E. Linwood Avenue
Holder ofthe doors. . . monitor
menace . . . "I've lots to do."
410 Kings Highway
"High and the Mighty" . . .
mixture of ambition and high
ideals . . . bow ties.
DAVID BRUCE DESSIN
209 New Albany Road
Underclassmen's idol . . . "Doris
has the car tonight." . . . grid-
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314 Elm Street
Frivolous fiirt . . . terpsichorean
expert "Who's that laugh-
ALICE SHEILA EDGE
22 East Second Street
"Oh, Danny boy!" . . . ador-
able ... partial to Plainfield
. . . "Um, boy!"
LOUIS ANTHONY DE SANTO
1010 Fernwood Avenue
Contagious humor . . . instigator
of fun .. . P.O.D. entertainer.
ARLENE RUTH DILL
237 West Linwood Avenue
Witty waitress hill billy
music addict . . . "Pickles,"
CAROL ANN EICHEL
270 Colonial Avenue
Wilson fan popular in
English class "Here comes
THOMAS ALLEN ELBON
T04 Grant Avenue
Wizard with a paint brush ..
man from the South . .
ROLAND NELSON ELBERTSON
Mt. Laurel Rd.
Hot rod with a Ford un-
limited wit . . . P.O.D. diplomat
. . . "Hey, brains!"
CAROL ANN ELMER
134 E. Mill Road
Merchantville attraction . . .
incorrigible talker . . . "Mid-
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Crooked Lane R.D.
Cole Porter, the second...
"What's up, Doc?i... class
JOHN JOSEPH ERNST
107 N. Forklanding Road
Slinging southpaw . . . solid
geometry wizard . . . pene-
MARY ELIZABETH ENSIGN
238 S. Maple Avenue
Illustrator deluxe likes the
police force . . . sophomore
GENEVA IDELLE ESPY
20 E. Camden Avenue
Meticulous dresser . . . retiring
disposition . . . future nurse.
DANIEL LLOYD ESSNER
816 E. Main Street
Redheaded Romeo . . . Cupid's
messenger "Ever been to
BARBARA SHELDEN FERG
410 Kings Highway
Kilts and kneesocks . . . "That's
not the way!" . . . capable
HERBERT CARL FANDERS
322 West Third Street
Caters to Hartford . . . mischief
night companion . . . cross
14 Stiles Avenue
"Wanta buy a ticket?" . ..
super salesman . . . "I don't
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Until we felt they'd hold no more -
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JAMES ALBERT FORCHION
N. Church Street
Florida immigrant . . . silent bu'
alert . . . carrier of the Quaker
CAROL LEE FRANKE
Rt. 73 81 Church Road
Burlington bound . . . busy
homemaker super salesgirl
. . . "Oh, Bob!"
WILLIAM CULP FRANCKLE
523 Covington Terrace
"l Believe" hedge clipper
'39 Ford charms the
girls with his songs.
HENRY STANLEY FREYNIK
Old Hooton Hall, Church Street
Keeper of the keys . . . "An-
other lap? Oh, no, mercyl" . . .
18 East Third Street
State police candidate sil-
ent and reserved . . . favors the
class of '53.
CLAIRE W. GARRETT, JR.
42 Marne Garden Apts.
Paper boy key keeper
a silent, intellectual monsieur.
FRANK J. GANISTER
Rt. 73, Church Rd.
man vast repertoire of
Down the halls we scamp and SCUYVY,
Making like we're in a hurry,
Glad that we are free at last,
ROBERTA JANE GERLOCK
442 S. Forklanding Road
.. Uncle Chris-funny
skates gym en-
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JOHN RYDER GIBBS
2332 46th Street
Math menace . . . enthused note
writer . . . future leatherneck.
MARGARET A. ROXANNE
'l'l5 South Lenola Road
Partial to the U.S. Navy
versatile musician "Let us
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Unlimited wit "Gills" ..
velvet ribbon endless tal-
CHARLES HUESTON GRAY
433 N. Church Street
Chemistry cut-up plaid
sports coat future phar-
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A Bridgeboro Road
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V P Q H l g, about a lift?". . . microbiologist,
CLIFFORD CHARLES HAINES
"Chubby" "I wish some-
thing would explode". .. flag-
GORDON W. HALL
6347 Irving Avenue
"Moose" plans retirement
after graduation .. . loves that
SUSANNE FRASER GUERIN
3 East Main Street
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EDWARD C. HAINES, JR.
501 E. Main Street
Mad scientist . . . radio and t.v.
repairman . . . reserves little
HARRY E. HALL
220 W. Mill Road
"Buddy" . .. gridiron hero . ..
speaks his peace in P.O.D. ..
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ROBERT WALKER GRUBBS
233 Moore Street
lndustrious worker partial
to Palmyra silent type,
BARBARA JOAN HACKETT
Hartford Road Bt Route 38
"Frenchie" perpetual talk
er knit one, pearl two ..
RAYMOND E. HANKELE
37 E. Third Street
Gas station attendant re-
fugee trom Oaklyn "Y-all
JOHN WESLEY HEAL
32 Gradwell Avenue
Pep rally entertainer hot
rod happy .. . "What's up,
ELLEN JANE HARE
314 Stanwick Road
Diminutive and sweet . .. hock-
ey enthusiast . . . extremely
FAITH MARIEANNE HELLER I
Oak Avenue A .y g. I
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Loquacious lass "C'est si I " :g ' 1, l .1 '
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JOSEPH FREDERICK HERCHER
"Hop-o-long" . . . towering car-
rot top . . . speed demon on the
MARGARET PATRICIA HOEHN
39 North Pine Avenue
"Pat" . . . intellectual silent
one . . . gentle of speech, bene-
ficient of mind.
WILLIAM ANDREW HEWLETT
31 Farnsworth Avenue
"Sonny" . . . lover of the woods
"I don't care!" hunter.
MABLE ELIZABETH HOFFMAN
21 E. Camden Avenue
Neat and sweet . . . Burlington
bound Buick driver re-
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JAMES EUGENE HUMES
452 East Third Street
Corsage of radishes faith-
ful coffee carrier "Room
'I30 West Mill Road
Lady killer "Jolly Joe" ..
sharp car "Want to go
MARY ANNA ILACQUA
Borton Landing Road
"Anyone going to the moon?"
interior decorator "I
wish I knew some boys."
FLORENCE MAE JOHNSTON
110 South Lenola Road
Hair styles galore Herman
and helitrope "Let's go to
DAVID P. HOLMES
213 Locust Street
Efficiency personified . . .
land star . .. prefers
Three letter man track
trotter exacting in attire.
MURIEL ELEANOR HORTON
15 South Clinton Avenue
THOMAS DYE HOOPER
4322 Volney Avenue
Connie's catch . . . super stage-
hand "l'd never miss
JAMES ALLEN HOWELL
225 West Second Street
Select scientist . . . "It has four
wheels and it runs." stage-
As lowly freshmen we appeared,
By all the seniors we were ieered.
lt wasn't long 'til we found our place,
And began at once to set our pace.
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ROBERT WALTER JOHNSTONE
213 New Albany Road
Refreshing personality "It's
Howdy Doody time!" boy
with the smile.
GEORGE JOHN JUNGINGER
7 East Mill Road
Bashful lad impressive at-
tire .. . effervescent smile
JOSEPH WRIGHT JORDAN
511 Kings Highway
Always found with the pass . ..
"What a doll!" . . . silent one in
LOIS CLARA KAY
86 East Third Street
... not a care in the world . ..
Aspirins and bandages, that's their speed,
From morning to noon they do their deed,
To lessen our pains and cure our ills
With gay pink medicines and colored pills.
SARAE DELORES KEEFE
253 West Main Street
Hockey halfback "I'm all
mixed up." beau bait
gal with a Buick.
ELAINE BARBARA KELSALL
433 S. Forklanding Road
"Let's go skating!" crazy
hillbilly records super sec-
MILDRED L. KEELEY
135 Harding Avenue
"Argee" takes everything
in her stride "Elmer's his
DELORES ANN KENSLER
122 Spruce Avenue
Retiring disposition quiet
drummer . . . viola performer.
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I ,Z hh ' :flj that Olds!" charms the
HENRY EMMETT KOCH
526 East Main Street
Clear thinking diplomat ..
"Been rabbit hunting?" .
home room cut-up.
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"lA"'i, 31-ME Eyes, VEAKLY wurrg
TEETH Pwr' smears: money,"
MARY MARGARET KROHN
508 Sunset Avenue
Pro on skates . . . Dick Lee fan
. . . bewitching eyes. . . "I don't
DOLORES ANN LACHNIK
120 Center Street
Golden tresses demon be-
hind the wheel photogra-
CATHERINE MARY KUNTZ
4901 River Road
Eddie Fisher fan . . . ticket tak-
er Miss Parsons' secretary
. . . "Hey, Mary!"
ROBIN REEVE LARKIN
Worthy specimen of mascu-
linity "What's in Ocean
City?" . . . humorist.
MICHAEL WILLIAM KISTLER
215 Pleasant Valley
Especially well groomed
commendable specimen of mas-
JOHN WESLEY KREIDER
27 Browning Avenue
The man in the little white
truck great linesman
"Oh, that sophomore year!"
JOHN SIDNEY LARKWORTHY
4 West Sutton Avenue
Little red caboose person-
ality plus fine actor
GAIL ANN LEBENGOOD
301 S. Washington Avenue
Flag bearer. . . "Gigi" . . . Get-
tysburg admirer . .. smooth
WILLIAM MAURICE LEAHY
316 Crawford Avenue
Teachers' favorite top hill-
billy singer usually in a
MILDRED GAIL LEINBERGER
Diet of pickles garrulous
Gail mermaid deluxe
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CHARLES ALLEN LITTLE
711 East Main Street
Versatile sportsman . . . sincere
and entertaining . . . "Me, miss
PATRICIA MARIE LYNCH
Early riser pretzel supplier
. .. "Oh, this ditto!"
Piney from the woods . ..
tured trombone soloist
GEORGE LOUIS MALLETT,
212 S. Spruce Avenue
"Duke" whiz at law
model making "Want
go to a basketball game?"
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SAMUEL JAMES MC NEILL
6 Colonial Ridge
Future LJ.S. Air Force man
enjoys exchanging class rings
. . . cut-up.
NORMA A. MOLINA
224 S. Garfield Avenue
JAMES DAYTON MAY, JR.
42 S. Lippincott Avenue
Roaming photographer in-
exhaustible energy ... Buick
driver . . . Dave's pal.
REGINA ANN MC DONNELL
402 E. Woodlawn Avenue
EDWARD LOUIS MAYER
3521 Gladwyn Avenue
Import from Pennsauken
loves figures fashion wise
BARBARA JEAN MC GANN
361 West Second Street
Maple Shade Moorestown
Ace auto driver . . . starves un- 'Barbi" . . . color guard cap-
til sixth period ten pin tain sweet personality
champion. well groomed,
In the stands we cheer and shout,
Flags and streamers flying about,
While teammates tear down the field,
With black and gold as their shields.
507 Route 73
Mercury chauffeur . . . always
meticulously att i r e d ...
Lenola 439 N. Forklanding Road
Business Maple Shade
"Sweetie" .. . capable drum General
major "I wish Glenn were Infectious grin nature lover
here." full of fun. blushing hunter base-
DENISE CLAIRE MOORE-EL FRANCES CAROL MORRlLL
97 South Church Street 351 Elm Avenue
Moorestpwn Maple Shade
Always yearning for more and Dimpled damsel . . . power be-
better laughs "Dig that hind the mower bashful
static." . . . able artist. Fran.
ROBERT W, NICHOLS DOROTHY LOIS NICHOLSON
16 South Lenolq Roqd 555 South Forklanding Road
Moorestown MClPle Shade
Big game homer , ,, "Pennies" Contagious smile sociable
.. fabulous wit hot rod
and well liked "Just dood- .ggn
ling, thanks." N
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MARY ALICE NOLAN
39 West Linwood Avenue
"Let's ioin the Air Force."
chummy and cheerful wo-
man behind the wheel.
LEE ELLIS OLDERSHAW
419 Kenilworth Avenue
"lt sounds distorted." . . . super
stagehand . . . "Don't knock
over the setl"
SONJA ANNE NORDLUND
311 South Fellowship Road
Accurate, dependable, logical
thinker . . . first class secretary
. . . Jack.
PHYLLIS GRACE OLT
119 East Linwood Avenue
"Polt" soft spoken Mid-
nighter . . . features the latest in
SANDRA LEE PEAKER
534 North Church Street
"Cool the pill." . . . Turkey gob-
ble talker . .. poetry lover . ..
310 South Fellowship' Road
P.i. party hostess . . . "Rocette"
"Jacque" "What is
"Pinhead". .. crew cut kid ..
18 Wyndale Avenue
Future pilot prefers under-
classmen . . . forgets the alpha-
462 Cutler Avenue
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Faithful to the U.S. Navy ...
long black tresses . . . "Where's
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DONALD STERLIND PENVEN
Acme worker . . . "lt looks
green to me, Cobalt?" . . .
ROBERT ALAN PINGARRON
425 Camden Avenue
fiend for good food and fun.
JOHN JOSEPH OWENS
808 Main Street
Shore lover little John
fell in the river . .. "l.et's have
25 West Central Avenue
Record breaking mermaid
"Guess what happened last
night?" "Hi, Tris."
"El" strictly for Frank
"The movies again!" . .. super
SHIRLEY ETHEL RAPP
32 Woodcrest Avenue
"My Don!" . . . knits argyles like
wildfire caters to La Salle
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KATHRYN EVA RADCLIFFE
'I30 East Main Street
Whiz behind the wheel. . . hap-
py-go-lucky instigator of fun
. . . teaches knitting.
CATHERINE CLAIRE RILEY
304 South Church Street
Talented thespian literary
stylist knows all the news.
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50 South Holly Avenue
"Sherry" always ready for
a baseball argument wo-
BIANCA ROSE MARY
7783 Marion Avenue
Fun instigator "Bea"
helps lead a vitamin-packed
BARBARA ANN ROBINSON
Mt. Laurel Rd., R.D. I
"Muffy" excels in dress-
making "Dave is coming
over." . . . Ford happy.
JOSEPH CHARLES RUFF
4'l South Coles Avenue
Steiny's pal morning glory
U.S. Navy man class
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WILLIAM DAVID SIMPSON
Mid-westerner boating ad-
dict ... future architect ...
big green auto,
234 West Central Avenue
Pencil sketcher "Run, here
comes the Iviercuryf' "Miss
ELIZABETH W. SCHLINDWEIN
113 West Oak Avenue
"Liz" "Johnny is the boy
for me." . .. future chain store
MARY ANN SCHMIT
Sunny sense of humor
fractured French fiend lov-
er of those tank suits.
MARY ROSE SCHLINDWEIN
113 West Oak Avenue
"I hope it rains." . .. unassum-
ing lass . . . avid sports fan . ..
RACHEL ANN SHEFFER
Page's Lane, Route 38
Always willing to help'
cheerful salesgirl "Oh, for
Last year our prom was a pretty sight,
We decorated from noon 'til night,
Ran home, got dressed in our best array,
Went back to dance 'til the break of day.
ELOISE HELENE SMITH
27 Belair Avenue
"Ice skating is the only sport."
.. . reading enthusiast. . . help-
MEREDITH SCHUBERT SOLLY
6751 Cedar Avenue
Model train expert con-
sidering a mustache volley
North Church Road
Prefers older women . . . expert
dancer Buick lover
JEAN MARIE STILES
615 North Washington Avenue
Enjoys chemistry .. . blushes
beautifully future teacher
. . . hockey-ette.
WILLIAM MORRIS STEUBER
57 North Cedar Avenue
Academic ace collector of
many items "C'est la vie."
EMMA ELEONORE STILL
219 Marter Avenue
"Miss Emmy" hopes to go
to Trinidad for Christmas
Rings, pictures, trips and things,
We just can't wait for what June brings,
A white piece of paper with name and date,
Which says bold and clear, "You graduate."
THOMAS JOHN STONE
4214 Westfield Avenue
Ladies' choice state police
candidate "There's gonna
be a fight!"
BARBARA ANNE STRIDE
11 Cherry Avenue
One track mind Tippy
short crop .. . neat and sweet
. . . Midnighter.
D. PAUL STOTSENBURG
6318 Irving Avenue
"Just call me Nels" future
dramatist likes polka dots.
102 Main Street
Riverton Yacht Club frequen-
ter Dreft endorser "Is
3763 King Avenue
"Will you listen?" talking
eyes always ready for a
MARGARET ANNE TROWELL
Versatility personified "l
hope I know my lines."
ROBERT THEODORE SWARTZ RUTH ANN SWINDELL
181 4-44th Street
"l'm ioining the army." al-
ways looking for a car
JANET ANN TAGGART
612 N. Garfield Avenue
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INGER ELISABETH TROST
334 Newloolcl Avenue
Never walks home attrac-
tive actress "Pete's gal"
. . . athlete.
JOAN l.lLLlAN UNRUH
215 New Albany Road
Riverside beaux "On with
the dance!" talented don-
cer and artist. lVVithdrewl
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Second Christian Dior
listener in 207's gossip group
MARION SERENA THOMPSON
419 East Linwood Avenue
"Ding Dong" . . . Midnighter
... candid . . . "lf you ask me."
HEDWIG ALEXANDRIA URBAN
'l9 Farnsworth Avenue
Always dependable good
natured . . . geometry cut-up
. .. "He's German."
SHIRLEY ANN VALLS
229 South Church Street
Hails from Holly . . . secretarial
career , . . baseball addict.
JOANN FRANCES URBAN
123 Mill Street
Letter writer . . . pleasant smile
"lf I get the car." likes
DANNA HILARY VANCE
Vivacious . . . Spanish lover . . .
"Who's John?' '... willing and
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MARY LOUISE VAN GELDER
306 East Central Avenue
Intelligence itself... band and
orchestra enthusiast . . , ace
JUDITH E. VETKOSKEY
49 East Third Street
'Phosknosky" . . . soda ierk
Steiny's Rip Van Winkle
RUTH ELEANOR VAUGHN
38 South Pine Avenue
Conscientious gal favors
Alloway males admirable
JOAN E. VOGEL
14 North Coles Avenue
Tropical fish and horses
loves to use the telephone
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GUY H. WEBSTER
241 South Church Street
"How was geometry?" . . .
baseball addict . . . super
sportsman . . . ace operator.
FREDRICK NEAL WEIGEL
314 East Oak Avenue
in discussions finger paint-
CHARLES L. WALTON, JR.
Riotous Romeo . . . "Got a lake
- all my own." house on
ROBERT B. WATERFIELD
' 262 Linden Street
Natural born comic life of
any party .. . senior play sen-
HOWARD JAY WARONKER
436 Highland Drive
Field crosser "We get too
much work." not too fond
LEROY GILBERT WEBB
608 Greenwood Avenue
"Spider" cute and clever
red crew cut hunting
and trapping fiend.
A rented tux on a handsome boy,
An orchid that fills his date with joy,
The girls at the prom can afford to be gay,
lt's the men, as always, who have to pay.
Ponytails .. piano stylist
horseback rider veterinar-
LEONARD JEROME WEED fig 22. ,
South Church Street "'. LQ- Tx: s
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bike rider "Happy about .M
the Indians?" 1' -'-.,.,1 T 'i's A ' E'
311 Colonial Avenue
THOMAS JOSEPH WHARTON
162 South Fellowship Road
Guy in the naval reserves . . .
"I don't know." . . . well-man-
STEPHAN JOHN WILLETT
507 East Second Street
Expert auto mechanic . . . "You
think it wasn't funny?" . . . Mer-
SARAH LOUISE WIBLE
428 South Washington Avenue
Gridiron trinket collector . . .
takes everything in her stride
. . . game attendant.
ELINOR TAMA WILLIAMS
Terrific athlete . . . fond of that
little French car . . . "I'm so
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GLENN ALLAN WOLFE
230 South Church Street
Eighth period playboy . . . ex-
pert on weights and muscles
. . . delightful smile.
MARION LOUISE YENGER
115 East Woodlawn Avenue
Baseball follower . . . "What
did you say, huh?" . . . rarely
misses a day.
JAMES FRANCIS WREN
Twinkle toes on the gridiron . . .
"Oh, those linemen." . . . girls'
JOAN MARILYN YUNDT
286 West Second Street
Concert chaser . . . "l'll give
you a basketball." . . . friend-
ROBERTA LEE ZAUN
402 Main Street
BARBARA JOAN ZOERNER
l'l5 West Germantown Avenue
Never gives up . . . dashing Conservative speaker...blonde
drummer . . . gym runner
. . . belle . . . gym entertainer.
RODMAN ZWIRNER, JR.
300 Shrewsbury Road
"Zeke" . . . new record track
champion . . . ace party host
. . . great golfer.
The Honor Society
Twenty-nine members of the Class of i955 have earned the distinction of membership in the Honor Society.
This honor is purely scholastic and is based on the work of the entire high school course.
At Commencement an Honor Society Key is presented to each member of the Honor Group by the Board
of Education in recognition of the distinguished scholastic achievement of these highest ranking seniors.
Margaret Anne Trowell
Mary Louise Van Gelder
William Morris Steuber
Walter Frank Brown
Henry Stanley Freynik, Jr.
Danna Hilary Vance
Sarah .lane Campbell
Margaret Mary Bartling
Ellen Louise Gillespie
Sonia Anne Nordlund
Lee Ellis Oldershaw
Margaret Patricia Hoehn
Catherine Mary Kuntz
Frances Carol Morrill
Anna Henrietta Burr
Barbara Joan Hackett
Martha Jo Campbell
Michael William Kistler, Jr. El0i5e Helene Smith
Leonard Jerome Weed
Josephine Eleanor Davis
Lois Mae Cunningham
Ronald Curt Butz
Rodman Zwirner, Jr.
Geneva ldelle Espy
Hedwig Alexandria Urban
Charles Levi Walton, Jr.
Muriel Eleanor Horton
WERNER LOUIS ABRAHAMSEN-Spanish Club I, 2,
Sportsmen's Club i, Monitor Club 2, Fire Warden 4.
EDWARD BARNEY-Student Council 4, French Club 2, 3,
Sportsmen's Club 1, Fire Warden 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service 3, 4, Prom Committee
3, Football i, J. V. 3, Swimming, Varsity 2, 3, 4.
MARGARET M. BARTLING-Monitor Club 3, 4, Business
Education Society 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service
I, 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff 3, 4.
MARTIN FREDRICK BECK-Business Education Society 3,
Sportsmen's Club l, Monitor Club 3, Fire Warden 4,
Glee Club 4, Football i, Varsity 3, 4, Track l.
JOANNA SARA BECKLER - Future Homemakers of
America 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3,
Carol Service 2, 3.
NANCES MARIE BENNETT-Student Council 4, Assembly
Usher 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish American
Book Club 3, 4, Glee Club i, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4,
Variety Show l, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4, Carol
Service i, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 4, Year-
book Staff 4, Prom Committee 3, Hockey, Manager i.
STANLEY L. BERGER-Department Head 2, 4, Monitor
Club i, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Spanish Club 2, 4,
Sportsmen's Club l, Baseball 1, Track, Varsity 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD ROBERT BIERNACKI-Business Education So-
ciety 3, 4, Fire Warden 4, Glee Club 3, Baseball i.
EDWARD THAYER BLANCHA-Carol Service 2, 3, 4,
Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Mixed Chorus 3,
Fire Warden 4.
RALPH ALFRED BLOOME-Sportsmen's Club i, Monitor
Club 2, 4, Business Education Society 3, 4, Fire Warden
BERNARD PAUL BRADLEY-French Club 3, 4, Fire War-
DONALD BRENNER-Monitor Club 2, 4, Fire Warden 4,
Sportsmen's Club l, Spanish Club 2, 3, Spanish Ameri-
can Book Club 3, Camera Club i, 2, 3, President 4.
HOWARD RONALD BROOKS-Business Education So-
ciety 3, Sportsmen's Club i, Mixed Chorus 3, Fire
Warden 4, Football i, Varsity 4, Baseball l, Basketball
i, J. V. 2, Varsity 3.
KENNETH BROOKS-Business Education Society 3, Mixed
Chorus 3, Glee Club 4, Carol Service 3, 4, Track, Varsity
3, 4, State Track Champion 3, Baseball l, J. V. 2.
WALTER FRANK BROWN-Student Council 2, Treasurer
3, President 4, Chief Judge of Student Court 4, Latin
Club l, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra
l, 2, 3, 4, String Choir i, 2, 3, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4,
Variety Show i, 2, 3, 4, Carol Service i, 2, 3, 4, Honor
Certificate l, 2, 3, Fire Warden 4, Prom Committee 3,
Game Attendant 3, 4, Swimming, Varsity 2, 3, 4.
ANNA BURR-Latin Club l, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4,
Spanish American Book Club 3, 4, Carol Service i, 2, 3,
4, Music Festival 2, 4, Glee Club i, 2, Mixed Chorus
3, 4, "Nutshell" Reporter 2, 3, 4.
HARRISON ROLAND BURTON, JR.-Carol Service 3, 4,
Glee Club 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4.
JOANNE BUTKIEWICZ--Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club
2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Carol
Service 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 3, Yearbook Staff 4,
BERNARD CHARLES BUTLER-Monitor Club 3, Business
Education Society 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Fire Warden 4.
RONALD CURT BUTZ-Student Council 3, Sportsmen's
Club i, Latin Club i, 2, French Club 3, Variety Show 3,
Glee Club 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Fire Warden 4, Honor
Certificate l, 2, 3, 4, Golf i, 2, 3, 4, Swimming i,
Varsity 2, 4, Football i, J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4.
ROSE ANN CAFFERIO-Junior Play 3, Future Home-
makers of America 2, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Monitor
JAMES CHARLES CALHOUN-Class President 3, Assem-
bly Usher 4, Fire Warden 4, Commencement Usher 3,
Sportsmen's Club i, Business Education Society 3, Glee
Club 3, 4, Carol Service 3, 4, Music Festival 3, Year-
book Staff 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Prom Committee 3,
Baseball l, Football, Manager 2, Varsity 4, Track 3,
HARRY ALLEN CAMP-Department Head 4, Fire Warden
4, Monitor Club 4, Business Education Society 4, Sports-
men's Club i, Glee Club i, Carol Service i, Junior Red
Cross 3, 4, Baseball l.
MARTHA JO CAMPBELL-Monitor Club 2, 3, 4, Depart-
ment Head 4, Junior Play 3, Latin Club l, 2, Spanish
Club 2, 3, Co-President 4, Spanish American Book Club
2, 4, President 3, Library Council 2, 3, Vice-President 4,
Glee Club l, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service l, 2, 3,
4, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Literary Staff 4,
Yearbook Staff 4, Prom Committee 3.
SARAH JANE CAMPBELL-Student Court I, Class Play
3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, 3, French Club 2, 4, Secretary 3,
Variety Show I, String Choir I, 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4,
Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Music
Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 4,
Press Club I, 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Year-
book Staff 4, Honor Certificate I, 2, 3, ,"Nutshell"
Award I, 3, Hockey, J. V. I.
ANGELA CAMPISI-Monitor Club I, 2, 4, Spanish Club
2, Library Council 2, Business Education Society I, 4,
Glee Club I, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4,
Music Festival 2, 4, Yearbook Statt' 4, Bookkeeping
Award 2, 3, Shorthand Award 3, 4.
THOMAS NEWTON CARNEY-Fire Warden 4, Assembly
Usher 4, Business Education Society 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4,
Carol Service 3, 4, Music Festival 4, Junior Red Cross 2,
Football, J. V. 2, Varsity 3, Basketball 2, 4.
MITCHELL CARTER-Fire Warden 4, Business Education
Society 3, Glee Club 3, Sportsmen's Club I, Music Festi-
val 2, Carol Service 3.
WILLIAM CARTER-Fire Warden 4, Business Education
Society 3, 4, Sportsmen's Club I, Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Monitor Club 2, Game Attendant 4, Music Festival 2, 3,
Carol Service 2, 3, 4.
ELAINE HARRIET COLLINS-Spanish Club 2, Business
Education Society 4, Future Homemakers of America 2,
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol' Service 3, 4.
JOHN S. COLLINS, III-French Club 2, 4, Band 2, 4,
Mixed Chorus 3, Swimming I, Soccer 3.
SANDRA WELLS COMPTON--Monitor Club I, 2, 3, 4,
French Club 2, 3, 4, Camera Club I, Glee Club I, 2,
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell"
and Yearbook Business Staff 2, 3, Manager 4, "Nut-
shell" Award 2, 3.
JANET CAROL CONANT-French Club 2, 3, Latin Club
I, 2, Library Council 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4,'Mixed
Chorus 3, Glee Club I, 2, 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4,
Band I, 2, 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4.
LOUIS ROBERT COSTANZA-Monitor Club 2, 3, Busi-
ness Education Society 3, 4, Sportsmen's Club I, Carol
Service 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff 3, 4,
Commencement Usher 3, Fire Warden 4, Baseball I.
VIRGINIA ANN CRAIN-Monitor Club 2, 3, 4, Depart-
ment Head 4, Business Education Society 2, Future
Homemakers of America 4, Music Festival 2, Glee Club
2, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Carol Service 2, 3, 4, Junior Red
Cross 3, Game attendant 2, 3.
DONALD GORDON CRAWFORD-Latin Club 2, Music
Festival 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Carol Service
2, 3, 4.
CATHERINE CREEDON-Student Council Representative
3, Fire Warden 4, Monitor Club 4, Latin Club I, Business
Education Society 2, 3, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, Music
Festival I, 2, 3, Yearbook StaFf 4, Spanish Club 3, Li-
brary Council 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Com-
mittee 3, Bookkeeping Award 2, Shorthand Award 3,
Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 4.
ARDYTH VIRGINIA CRUMPTON-Future Homemakers of
America 2, Glee Club I, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Carol Ser-
vice 2, 3, 4, Music Festival I.
JOAN CULP-Monitor Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Library
Council 2, Business Education Society I, 4, Mixed Chor-
us 2, Glee Club I ,2, 4, Carol Service I ,2, 3, 4, "Nut-
shell" and Yearbook Staff 2 ,3, 4.
LOIS MAE CUNNINGHAM-Latin Club I, 2, French
Club 2, 3, 4, Library Council 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 4,
Glee Club I, 2, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival
I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, "Nutshell" Reporter I, 2,
Yearbook Staff 4.
NICHOLAS CUZZIMANO-Student Council I, 2, Stu-
dent Court I, Fire Warden 4, Monitor Club I, 2, Assem-
bly Usher 4, Sportsmen's Club I, Spanish Club 2, 3,
Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Variety Show
I, Carol Service 3, 4, "NutshelI" Staff 4, Baseball I,
J.V. 2, Varsity 3, Basketball I, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4.
JULIA D'ALESSANDRO-Business Education Society 3, 4,
Carol Service 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Yearbook Staft 4
VICTOR GLENN DARNELL-Fire Warden 4, French Club
3, Camera Club 3, Track, Cross Country 3.
BARBARA JOAN DAVIS-Library Council I, 2, 3, 4
Latin Club I, 2, 3, Business Education Society 4, Caro
Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Basketbal
JOSEPHINE E. DAVIS-Latin Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Clul:
2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Yearboolr
SALLY JANE DEASY-Latin Club I, 2, French Club 2, 3
Art Club I, Business Education Society I, 2, 3, 4, Mixec
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, Caro
Service I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
PATRICIA ELLEN DELANEY-Latin Club 2, 3, Mixet
Chorus 3, Carol Service 3, Baseball, J.V. 2, 3, Basket
ball, J. V. 3.
ANITA RITA DEL DUCA-Class Secretary I , Monitor
Club, Recorder 4, Student Council 1, 2, Latin Club, Sec-
retary I, 2, French Club 3, 4, Franco-American Book
Club 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Music Festival
I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3, Carol Service I, 3, 4,
"Nutshell" Assistant Literary Editor 2, Literary Editor 3,
4, Yearbook Staff 4, Honor Certificate 3, Attendance
Certificate I, 2.
WAYNE DENNY-Student Council 3, 4, Junior Play 3,
Senior Play 4, Latin Club 3, President 4, Spanish Club,
Treasurer 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Foot-
LOUIS ANTHONY DE SANTO-Monitor Club 4, Busi-
ness Education Society 3, Fire Warden 4, Glee Club 4.
DAVID BRUCE DESSIN-Fire Warden 4, Business Educa-
tion Society 4, Glee Club 4, Attendance Certificate I,
2, 3, Football I, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4.
ARLENE RUTH DILL-Monitor Club 4, Junior Play 3,
Senior Play 4, Business Education Society 2, 3, 4, Future
Homemakers of America T, Camera Club I, 2, "Nut-
shell" Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Junior Red Cross 4,
Library Council 2, Attendance Certificate I, 2, 3.
DANIEL DITTMAR-Monitor Club 2, Glee Club 3, Mixed
Chorus 3, Carol Service 3, Fire Warden 4.
BEVERLY DOBBINS-Student Council 4, Latin Club 2,
Business Education Society 2, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Carol Service 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety
Show I, 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 3, 4,
Fire Warden 4, Hockey I, 2, Basketball, J.V. I, 2, Var-
sity 3, 4.
EDWARD PAUL DUGAN-Monitor Club 4, Spanish Club
3, Latin Club I, Business Education Society 2, 4, Junior
Red Cross I, 2, Fire Warden 4.
ALICE SHEILA EDGE-Art Club I, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4,
Latin Club 3, Music Festival 3, Carol Service 3, 4, Library
CAROL ANN EICHEL-Student Council 3, Latin Club I,
2, Journalism Club 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Prom Commit-
tee 3 ,Basketball 1.
ROLAND NELSON ELBERTSON-Sportsmen's Club I, 2,
Conservation Club 2, Spanish Club I, 2, Boys' Glee Club
4, Fire Warden 4, Baseball 1.
THOMAS ALLEN ELBON-Fire Warden 4, Monitor Club
4, Business Education Society 4, Spanish Club 3, Carol
Service 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 4, Variety Show 3, Year-
book Staff 2, Co-Art Editor 4, Art Contest Award 2,
Bookkeeping Award 2.
CAROL ANN ELMER-Business Education Society 2, 4,
Spanish Club I, Monitor Club 2, Future Homemakers of
MARTIN BRYSON ENGLISH-Latin Club I, Fire Warden
MARY ELIZABETH ENSIGN-Spanish Club I, Business
Education Society 4, Monitor Club 3, Music Festival I,
Carol Service I, Yearbook Staff 4.
JOHN JOSEPH ERNST-Latin Club 2, Monitor Club 2,
Fire Warden 4 ,Baseball, J.V. 3.
GENEVA IDELLE ESPY-Latin Club I, 2, Glee Club I,
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Carol Serv-
ice I, 2, 3, 4, Attendance Certificate 2, 3, Honor Certi-
ficate I, 2, 3.
DANIEL LLOYD ESSNER-Sportsmen's Club I, French
Club 3, Carol Service 2,.3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4,
Fire Warden 4, Swimming, Varsity I, 2.
HERBERT CARL FANDERS-Camera Club I, Fire Warden
4, Business Education Society 4, Track, Cross Country 4.
BARBARA SHELDEN FERG-Department Head 4, Moni-
tor Club 4, Senior Play, Student Pirector 4, Press Club
I, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, Franco-
American Book Club 4, Glee Club I, Mixed Chorus 2,
3, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Award I, 2, 3,
4, "Nutshell" Magazine I, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Year-
book, Co-Art Editor 4, Delegate to New Jersey Girls'
State 3, Prom Committee 3.
JOHN FIORENTINO-Business Education Society 3, 4,
Monitor Club 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Fire Warden 4,
Junior Red Cross 2, Football I, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4,
Swimming, Varsity I, 2.
JAMES FORCHION-French Club 3, 4, Football, J.V. 2,
Varsity 3, 4.
WILLIAM CULP FRANCKLE-Business Education Society
3, 4, Carol Service 3, Variety Show 3, Sportsmen's Club
I, Fire Warden 4, Music Festival 2, Football I.
CAROL LEE FRANKE-Business Education Society 4,
Yearbook Staff 4, Hockey I, Basketball I, Softball I.
HENRY STANLEY FREYNIK-Department Head 4, Cam-
era Club I, 2, French Club 2, 3, Glee Club 4, Fire War-
den 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Honor Certificate I, 2 ,3, Foot-
ball I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 2, 4, Swimming 4.
FRANCIS FULLERTON-Business Education Society 2,
Pres. 3, 4, Glee Club 2 ,3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Carol
Service 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Music Festival 2, 3,
Assembly Usher 4, Fire Chief 2, 3, 4.
FRANK J. GANISTER-Junior Play 3, Senior Play- 4,
Spanish Club 2, Vice-President 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4,
Carol Service 3, 4, Fire Warden 4.
CLAIR W. GARRETT, JR.-French Club 2, 3, 4, Fire War-
ROBERTA JANE GERLOCK-Monitor Club 4, Attendance
Certificate 2, 3, Bookkeeping Award I, 2.
JOHN RYDER GIBBS-Play Committee 3, 4, Latin Club
2, Business Education Society 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4.
ELLEN LOUISE GILLESPIE-Student Council I, 3, 4, Latin
Club 2, 4, Vice-President 3, French Club 2, Treasurer 3,
Press Club I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, Music Festival I,
2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Band I, 2, 4, Carol Service
I, 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff I, 2, Sports Editor 3, 4, Year-
book Staff 4, Attendance Certificate I, 2, 3, Junior Red
Cross 3, Honor Certificate I, 2, 3, Latin Award 2, Bas-
ketball, .l.V. I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Softball, J.V. I, Varsity
2, 3, 4, Hockey, J.V. I, Varsity 2, 3, Captain 4.
MARGARET A. ROXANNE GIORDANO-Student Coun-
cil 2, Business Education Society I, 2, Executive Council
4, Glee Club I, Variety Show I, 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 2,
3, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Music
Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, String Choir I, 2, 3,
4, Yearbook Staff 4, "Nutshell" Staff I, Library Council
2, Bookkeeping Certificate 2, 3, Shorthand Certificate 3.
CHARLES H. GRAY-Class President I, 2, Fire Warden 4,
Student Court 4, French Club 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4,
Football, Varsity I, 2, Basketball, Varsity I, 2, Baseball,
Varsity I, 2, Track, Varsity I, 2.
JAN CONRAD GROMADA-.lunior Play 3, Senior Play
4, Latin Club I, 2, French Club 3, Operators' Club I, 2,
3, 4, Stogehands' Club 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Football I,
Varsity Manager 3, 4, Basketball, J. V. Manager 2,
Varsity Manager 4.
ROBERT WALKER GRUBBS-Business Education Society
4, Fire Warden 4.
SUSANNE FRASER GUERIN-Class Secretary 4, Student
Council I, Latin Club I, French Club 2, 3, Glee Club I,
2, Mixed Chorus 4, Carol Service I, 2, 4, Music Festival
I, Monitor Club 4, Assembly Usher 4, "Nutshell" Staff
4, Yearbook Staff 4, Fire Warden 4, Basketball I, J.V.
2, Hockey I, 2, 3, 4.
HARRY E. HALL-Student Council I, 2, Business Educa,
tion Society 3, 4, Fire Warden 4, Football I, Varsity
2, 3, Captain 4.
RAYMOND E. HANKELE-Glee Club 3, Mixed Chorus 4,
Fire Warden 4, Track I.
ELLEN JANE HARE-Class Treasurer I, Assembly Ushe
4, Monitor Club 4, Latin Club I, Vice-President 2, 3
Mixed Chorus 3, Glee Club I, 2, 4, Business Educatioi
Society 3, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival I
2, 3, 4, Acapella Choir 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Yearbool
Staff 4, Prom Committee 3, Hockey 3, 4, Honor Certifi
JOHN WESLEY HEAL-Sportsmen's Club I, Busines
Education Society 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Fire Warden 4.
FAITH MARIEANNE HELLER-Department Head 4, Mon
tor Club 2, Latin Club I, 2, Camera Club 2, French Clu
2, 3, 4, Library Council 3, 4, Franco-American Boo
Club 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Attendance Certificate S
Girls' Citizenship Institute 3, Swimming I, Bowling, J.N
I, 2, 3, Varsity 4.
JOSEPH FREDERICK HERCHER-Class Vice-President I
4, Student Council I, 2, Football I, Varsity 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM ANDREW HEWLETT-Business Education Sc
ciety 4, Fire Warden 4.
MARGARET PATRICIA HOEHN-Business Education Sc
ciety 2, 4, Future Homemakers of America, President 1
Carol Service I, 2, 3, Glee Club I, Mixed Chorus 2, C
4, Music Festival I, 2, Typing Certificate 2, Attendanc
Certificate I, Bookkeeping Certificate 2, 3, Shorthar
Certificate 3, Honor Certificate I, 2, 3.
BARBARA JOAN HACKETT-Junior Play 3, French Cli
2,'3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Mixe
Chorus 3, 4.
CLIFFORD CHARLES HAINES-Student Council 4, Fi
Warden 4, Monitor Club 2, Latin Club I, 2, French CIL
3, Conservation Club I, Commencement Usher 3, Bas
ball I, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, Honor Certificate I, 2.
EDWARD C. HAINES, JR.-Operators' Club 2, 3,
Stagehands' Club 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Band I,
3, 4, Spanish American Book Club 3, Spanish Club 2,
Glee Club 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival
2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff 3,
Fire Warden 4.
GORDON W. HALL-Business Education Societiey 3,
Fire Warden 4.
MABLE ELIZABETH HOFFMAN-Business Education So-
ciety 2, Girls' Glee Club I, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol
Service I, 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red
Cross I, 4, Bowling I.
DAVID P. HOLMES-Latin Club I, 2, 3, French Club 2,
3, Fire Warden 4, Basketball I, J.V. 2, 3, Track, Cross
Country 4, Baseball I, J.V. 2, 3.
THOMAS DYE HOOPER-Stage Manager 2, 3, Opera-
tors' Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Fire Warden 4.
MURIEL ELEANOR HORTON-Student Council 3, Span-
ish Club 2, 3, Monitor Club 4, Business Education So-
ciety 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4,
Music Festival I, 2, "Nutshell" Literary Secretary 4,
Yearbook Typing Editor 4, Shorthand Certificate 3,
Bookkeeping Certificate 2, Honor Certificate I, 2, 3.
JAMES ALLEN HOWELL-Fire Warden 4, Latin Club I,
2, Sportsmen's Club I, Band I, 2, Junior Red Cross I, 2,
Attendance Certificate 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football,
JAMES EUGENE HUMES-Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, Carol Service 2, 3, Music Festival 2, 3,
Junior Red Cross 4, Business Education Society 4, Game
Attendant 2, Football I, Swimming I.
MARY ANNA ILACQUA-Carol Service I, 2, Glee Club
I, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Music Festival 3.
JOSEPH ALOYSIOUS JACKSON-Department Head 4,
Assembly Usher 3, French Club 2, 3, Franco-American
Book Club 3, Vice-President 4, Business Education Soci-
ety 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Yearbook Staff 4.
FLORENCE MAE JOHNSTON-Monitor Club 2, 3, Span-
ish Club 2, Library Council 2, Business Education Society
I, 2, 3, Executive Council 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra
I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol
Service I, 2, 3, 4, String Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival
2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Typ-
ing Award 2, Bookkeeping Award 3.
ROBERT WALTER JOHNSTONE-Sportsmen's Club I,
Business Education Society 4, Fire Warden 4.
JOSEPH WRIGHT JORDAN-French Club 3, Business
Education Society 3, Fire Warden 4, Glee Club I, 2,
Mixed Chorus 4, Carol Service 3, Swimming 3, 4, Foot-
ball, J.V. 3.
GEORGE JOHN JUNGINGER-Fire Warden 4.
LOIS CLARA KAY-Business Education Society 2, 4, Glee
Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service 2, 3, 4, Music
Festival 2, 3, 4, Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, 2, 3, 4.
SARAE DELORES KEEFE-Latin Club I, French Club 2, 3,
Business Education Society 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2,
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festi-
val I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Monitor Club 3, Hockey,
J.V. I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball I.
MILDRED L. KEELEY-Business Education Society 2, 4,
Library Council 4, Future Homemakers of America 2,
ELAINE BARBARA KELSALL-Business Education Society
2, 4, Future Homemakers of America I, "Nutshell" Staff
2, 4, Game Attendant 3, Monitor Club 3, Attendance
Certificate 2, Typing Certificate 2, Bookkeeping Certi-
ficate 2, 3.
DELORES ANN KENSLER-Business Education Society 2,
Latin Club I, 2, French Club I, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4,
String Choir I, 2, 3, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2,
3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Variety
Show I, 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Attendance Cer-
DAVID KENYON-Class President 2, 3, Student Council
2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Baseball 3, CDear-
born High Schooli Fire Warden 4.
MICHAEL WILLIAM KISTLER-Class Treasurer 3, Student
Council 2, 3, 4, Student Court 2, Monitor Club 4, Span-
ish Club 2, President 3, Latin Club I, 2, Glee Club 3, 4,
Carol Service 3, 4, Fire Warden 4, Football, J.V. 2,
Varsity 3, 4, Basketball, J.V. I, 2, 3, Baseball, J.V. I,
2, 3, Bowling, Varsity I.
HENRY EMMETT KOCH-Glee Club 4, Agriculture Club
I, 2, Sportsmen's Club I, Fire Warden 4, Track 3.
JOHN WESLEY KREIDER-Fire Warden 4, Latin Club I,
Sportsmen's Club I, Glee Club 4, Carol Service 4, "Nut-
shell" Distributor 2, Prom Committee 3, Football I, J.V.
2, Varsity 3, 4, Honorable Mention, Burlington Country
Group lll, Track I, J.V. 2, 3.
MARY MARGARET KROHN-Assembly Usher 3, Business
Education Society 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club I, 2, Glee Club
I, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music
Festival 2, "Nutshell" Staff 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Short-
hand Certificate 3, Bookkeeping Certificate 2, 3.
CATHERINE MARY KUNTZ-Department Head 4, Span-
ish Club 2, Business Education Society 2, Glee Club 2,
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff 4, Shorthand Certi-
ficate 3, Bookkeeping Award 3.
DELORES ANN LACHNIK-Business Education Society
I, 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, Carol Serv-
ice I, 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff 4, Bookkeeping Award 3.
ROBIN REEVE LARKIN-Student Council 4, Monitor Club,
Vice-President 3, Fire Warden 4, Spanish Club 2, Vice-
Presdent 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Carol Service 3, 4, Football
I, J.V. 2, Varsity 2, 4, Track, J.V. I, Varsity 2, 3.
JOHN SIDNEY LARKWORTHY-Monitor Club President
4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Stagehands' Club I-, 2,
French Club 2, 3, President 4, Junior Speakers' League
3, Prom Committee 3, "Nutshell" Staff 4, Junior Red
Cross 3, 4, Track Manager I, Commencement Usher 3.
WILLIAM MAURICE LEAHY-Latin Club 2, Press Club 3,
Fire Warden 4.
GAIL ANN LEBENGOOD-Monitor Club 2, Game At-
tendant I, 2, French Club 2, 3, Carol Service 2, 3, 4,
Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Color Guard 4,
Basketball, J.V. I, 2.
MILDRED GAIL LEINBERGER-Play Committee 3, 4,
French Club 2, 3, Latin Club I, 2, Camera Club 2,
Bowling Club I, "Nutshell" Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Library Council 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Attendance
Certificate I, 2, 3, 4, Swimming, J.V. I, Varsity 2, 4,
Championship 3, Hockey, J. V. 3, Varsity 4.
CHARLES ALLEN LITTLE-Student Council 3, Sportsmen's
Club I, 2, Spanish Club I, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Fire
Warden 4, Football I, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball,
Varsity 3, 4.
DOROTHY ELAINE LOUDERBACK-Student Council I, 4,
Student Court 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3,
4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4,
Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4.
PATRICIA MARIE LYNCH-Spanish Club 3, Future Home-
makers of America I.
GEORGE LOUIS MALLETT, JR.-Spanish Club I, Glee
Club 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 4, Carol Service 3, 4, Moni-
tor Club 2, Fire Warden 4.
JAMES DAYTON MAY, JR.-Monitor Club 4, Fire War-
EDWARD LOUIS MAYER-Business Education Society 4,
Fire Warden 4.
REGINA ANN MC DONNELL-French Club 2, Business
Education Society 2, 3, 4, Library Council 4, Glee Club
I, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Future Homemakers of Ameri-
ca I, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff 2, 3, 4,
Attendance Certificate 2, Shorthand Certificate 3,
Bookkeeping Certificate 2, 3, Monitor Club 3, Bowling,
J.V. I, Varsity 3, 4.
BARBARA JEAN MC GANN-Business Education Society
I, 2, 3, Council 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Carol Service I, 2,
3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4,
Glee Club I, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Commencement
Usher 3, "Nutshell" Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Senior Editor
4, Color Guard 2, Captain 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, 4,
Prom Committee 3.
SAMUEL JAMES MC NEILL-Business Education Society
3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Carol Service 2, 3, 4, Senior Play
4, Commencement Usher 3, Fire Warden 4.
RICHARD CHARLEMANGE MICHEL-Class Vice-Presi-
dent 2, Monitor Club 4, Business Education Society 2,
3, 4, Glee Club 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4.
NORMA A. MOLINA-Student Council I, Glee Club I,
2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Business Education Society I, 2,
3, Council 4, Library Assistant I, Carol Service I, 2, 3,
4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2 ,3, 4,
Yearbook staff 4, Monitor Club 2, 3, 4, Fire Warden 4,
Prom Committee 3, Color Guard 2, 3, Drum Major 4.
FRANCIS PATRICK MONTGOMERY-Business Education
Society 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Carol Service 3, 4, Music
Festival 3, 4, Monitor Club 4, Fire Warden 4.
DENISE CLAIRE MOORE-EL-Student Council 3, Assem-
bly Usher 4, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club I, 2.
FRANCES CAROL MORRILL-Latin Club I, 2, Spanish
Club 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America I, Spanish
American Book Club 3, 4, Library Council 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service 3, 4, Music Festival 4, Game
Attendant 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 3, Honor Certificate
I, 2, 3, Attendance Certificate 2, Monitor Club 3, 4,
Shorthand Certificate 3.
ROBERT W. NICHOLS-Sportsmen's Club I, Fire War-
den 4, Business Education Society 3, 4.
DOROTHY LOIS NICHOLSON-Latin Club I, 2, Spanish
Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish American Book Club 3, 4, Library
Council 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service 3, 4,
Music Festival 4, Shorthand Certificate 3, Game Attend-
and 2, Honor Certificate 3.
MARY ALICE NOLAN-Monitor Club 2, 4, Business Edu-
cation Society 2, 3, 4, Camera Club I, Glee Club 4,
Carol Service 4, Music Festival 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
"Nutshell" Staff 3, Prom Committee 3, Softball 2.
SONJA ANNE NORDLUND-Class Secretary 2, 3, Stu-
dent Council 2, 3, Assembly Usher 4, Monitor Club 2,
Junior Play 3, Spanish Club, Secretary 2, Business Edu-
cation Society 2, 3, Secretary 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
"Nutshell" Staff 3, 4, Fire Warden 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Typing Award 2, Stenography Award 3, Cheerleading
2, 3, 4, Honor Certificate I, 2, 3, Commencement Usher
3, Bookkeeping Award 2, 3, Attendance Certificate I, 2.
LEE ELLIS OLDERSHAW-Junior Play, Stage Manager 3,
Senior Play, Technical Director 4, Operators' Club 2, 3,
4, French Club 2, 3, Stagehands' Club 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4,
Track 3, 4, Cross Country 4.
PHYLLIS GRACE OLT-Future Homemakers of America
2, 4, Library Council 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4.
RAYMOND EDWARD OVERLINE-Business Education
Society 4, Fire Warden 4.
JOHN JOSEPH OWENS-French Club 2, 3, Latin Club
I, 2, Football I, Track I, 2.
ELIZABETH ANTOINETTE PARELLA-Future Homemakers
of America 2, Business Education Society 4, Monitor
Club I, Mixed Chorus 4, Bookkeeping Award 2, 3.
CHRISTINE ELIZABETH PAYNE-French Club 2, 3, Moni-
tor Club 2, Business Education Society 2, 4, Variety
Show 3, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2,
3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Swimming, J.V. I, Varsity 2, 3,
SANDRA LEE PEAKER-Latin Club I, 2, French Club 2, 3,
Glee Club I, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Glee Club 4, Game
Attendant 3, 4, Hockey, J.V. I, 2, Basketball I, Varsity
2, 3, 4, Hockey, Varsity 3, 4.
DONALD STERLING PENVEN-Junior Play, Student Di-
rector 3, French Club 2, 3, Senior Play, Assistant Pro-
ducer 4, Camera Club I, Operators' Club 2, 3, 4, Stage-
hands' Club 3, 4, Sportsmen's Club I, Music Festival I,
2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Cross Country
JACQUELINE VERONICA PHILPOTT-Assembly Usher
4, Monitor Club 2, Junior Play 3, Business Education So-
ciety 2, 3, 4, Commencement Usher 3, Typing Award 2,
Bookkeeping Award 2:
ROBERT ALAN PINGARRON-Fire Warden 4, Sports-
men's Club I, Spanish Club 2, 3, Carol Service 3, 4,
Music Festival 3, 4, Acapella Choir 4, Prom Committee
3, Swimming, Varsity 3, 4, Football, J.V. Manager 2.
ELEANOR RADCLIFF-Monitor Club 3, Business Educa-
tion Society 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, Mixed Chorus 2, 4,
Music Festival 2, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 4, Honor Certifi-
cate I, 2, 3, Game Attendant 3, Bookkeeping Certificate
2, 3, Typing Certificate 2, Shorthand Certificate 3.
KATHRYN EVA RADCLIFFE-Junior Play 3, Senior Play
4, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club I, 2, Library Council I,
2, 3, Music Festival 2, Prom Committee 3, Assembly
Usher 4, Hockey I, 3, Softball, Varsity 2, Monitor Club
SHIRLEY ETHEL RAPP-Student Council 4, Spanish Club
2, Library Council 4, Business Education Society 2, 3, 4,
Glee Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service 2, 3, 4,
Yearbook Staff 4, Senior Play Usher 4, Bookkeeping
Certificate 2, 3.
CATHERINE CLAIRE RILEY-Senior Play 4, Latin Club I,
2, Library Council 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3,
Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 4, "Nutshell"
Staff 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
RICHARD ANTHONY ROBERTSON-French Club 2, 3,
Fire Warden 4, Football I, Baseball I.
BARBARA ANN ROBINSON-Latin Club I, 2, French
Club 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America I, 4, Monitor
Club 3, 4, Game Attendant 3, 4, Assembly Usher 4,
Prom Committee 3.
BIANCA ROSEMARY ROGLIANO-Spanish Club 2, 3, 4,
Latin Club I, 2, Business Education Society 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Variety
Show 2, 3, 4, Carol Service 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Cheerleader I, 3, 4.
JOSEPH CHARLES RUFF-Business Education Society I,
2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club I, 2, 3, Carol Service I, 2, 3,
4, "Nutshell" Staff 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Fire War-
ELIZABETH W. SCHLINDWEIN-Student Council 2,
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Business Educa-
tion Society 4, Future Homemakers of America I, 2,
Monitor Club 3, 4, Fire Warden 4, Carol Service 3,
Yearbook Staff 4.
MARY ROSE SCHLINDWEIN-Monitor Club 3, Future
Homemakers of America I, 2, Fire Warden 4, Business
Education Society 4, Carol Service 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
3, 4, Attendance Certificate I, Hockey, J.V. 2, Basket-
ball, J.V. 2, 3.
MARY ANN SCHMIT-Latin Club I, 2, French Club 2, 3,
4, Glee Club I, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
Variety Show 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4,
Brass Choir 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, "Nutshell" Staff 2,
Prom Committee 3, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Cer-
tificate I, 3, Swimming, Varsity 2, 3, 4.
RACHEL ANN SHEFFER-Business Education Society 2,
4, Glee Club I, Yearbook Staff 4, Prom Committee 3,
Bookkeeping Award 2.
WILLIAM DAVID SIMPSON-Student Council I, Latin
Club I, Band I, Carol Service 3, Glee Club 3, Fire War-
den 4, Football, J.V. 2, Golf I, 2, 3, 4, Track I.
ELOISE HELEN SMITH-Latin Club 2, Business Education
Society 3, 4, Glee Club I, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Carol
Service 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Bookkeeping Award 3.
MILDRED SMITH-French Club 2, 3, Latin Club I, 2,
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Glee Club I, Carol Service I, 2, 3,
Music Festival 'I, 2, 3, Varsity Basketball I, 2, Hockey,
Varsity 3, 4.
MEREDITH SCHUBERT SOLLY-Fire Warden 4, Swim-
THOMAS EUGENE STACKHOUSE-Monitor Club 4, Art
Club I, 2, Carol Service I, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Music
Festival 3, 4, Fire Warden 4, Track I, Swimming I, 2,
3, 4, Bowling 4, Football 4.
WILLIAM MORRIS STEUBER-Class Play 3, 4, French
Club 2, 3, 4, Franco-American Book Club, Vice-Presi-
dent 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff 3, 4, Fire Warden 4, Honor
Certificate I, 2, 3, Attendance Certificate I, 2, 3,
French Club Award 2, 3.
JEAN MARIE STILES-French Club 2, 3, Business Educa-
tion Society 2, Carol Service 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Game
Attendant 2, 3, Hockey, J.V. 2, 4, Softball, Varsity Man-
ager 3, 4, Typing Award 3, Attendance Certificate 3.
EMMA ELENORE STILL-French Club 2, 3, Glee Club I,
2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music
Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Business Education Society 4, Base-
ball, J.V. 2, 3.
THOMAS JOHN STONE-Department Head 4, Business
Education Society 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Monitor Club
4, Mixed Chorus 4, Carol Service 4, Fire Warden 4,
Game Attendant 4.
D. PAUL STOTSENBURG-Student Council I, 2, Class
Play 3, Latin Club 3, Carol Service 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2,
3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Orchestra I, 4, Brass Choir 2, 3, 4,
"Nutshell" Staff I, Fire Warden 4, Track, Varsity 3, 4.
BARBARA ANNE STRIDE-Monitor Club 4, Spanish Club
2, Business Education Society 2, 3, Fire Warden 4, Glee
Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service 2, 3, 4, Year-
book Staff 4, Attendance Certificate I, Cheerleader 3.
MARION STUART-Student Council 3, French Club 2, 3,
Latin Club I, 2, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3,
4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, String Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Carol
Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Variety
Show 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT THEODORE SWARTZ-Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin
Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Music Festival 3, Carol Serv-
ice 3, 4, Assembly Usher 4, Fire Warden 4.
RUTH ANN SWINDELL-Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club I, 2, Business Education Society 4, Spanish Ameri-
can Book Club 3, 4, Monitor Club 4, Glee Club I, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival
2, 3, 4, Baseball, J.V. I, 2, 3, Hockey, J.V. I, 2, 3,
Swimming, J.V. I, Varsity 2, 3, 4.
JANET ANN TAGGART-Student Council 2, 4, Latin
Club I, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Business Education Society
4, Monitor Club 3, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3,
4, Carol Service I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2, Variety
Show 2, 3, 4, Hockey, J.V. I, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Baseball,
J.V. I, 2.
MARION SERENA THOMPSON-Monitor Club 4, French
Club 2, Business Education Society 2, 3, 4.
ELSIE TORNARI-Spanish Club I, 2, Monitor Club 2, 3,
Business Education Society 2, 3, Junior Red Cross, Treas-
urer 4, Carol Service 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4, Mixed
Chorus 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, "Nutshell" Staff 2,
Prom Committee 3, Yearbook Staff 4.
INGER ELISABETH TROST-Senior Play 4, Latin Club I,
2, French Club 2, 3, 4, Library Council I, 2, Mixed Chor-
us 2, 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4,--Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Carol Service I,.,2',w3, 4, Variety Show
3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Swimming I, Varsity 2, 3, 4.
MARGARET ANNE TROWELL-.lunior Play 3, Latin Cluk
2, 3, Secretary 4, French Club 2, 3, Press Club 4, Glee
Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Carol Service 2, 3, 4, Music
Festival 2, 4, "Nutshell" 4, Prom Committee 3.
JOAN LILLIAN UNRUH-French Club 2, Latin Club I
"Nutshell" Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Busi-
ness Education Society I, 2, 3, 4, Carol Service I, 2, 3
4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Music Fes-
tival 2, 3, 4, Softball I. -
HEDWIG ALEXANDRIA URBAN-LatinfClub 2, 3, Span
ish Club I, 2,,I.ibrary Council 3, 4, Moriitor Club 2, Glel
Club I, Carol -Service I, Music Festival I, "Nutshell'
Staff 4, Prom Comminee' 3. 1
JOANN FRANCES URBAN-Business Education Society
3, 4, Future Homemakers of America l, 2, Library Coun-
cil 1, 2, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival l, 2, 4,
Yearbook Staff 4.
SHIRLEY ANN VALLS-Library Council l, 2, 3, Holly
Charmers 3, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, General Science Club 2,
Softball 3, CMT. Holly High Schooll Yearbook Staff 4.
DANNA HILARY VANCE-Student Council l, Junior
Play 3, Latin Club l, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, President 4,
Spanish American Book Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club i, 2,
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff 4, Yearbook Staff
4, Department Head 3, 4, Assembly Usher 4.
MARY LOUISE VAN GELDER-Latin Club l, 2, 3, Vice-
President 4, French Club 2, 3, Franco-American Book
Club 3, 4, Press Club l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, Mixed
Chorus 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, String
Choir l, 2, 3, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show l,
Carol Service l, 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff l, Class Editor
2, 3, 4, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 4, Swimming, J.V. l,
Manager 3, 4, Youth Concert 3, 4.
RUTH ELENOR VAUGHN-Monitor Club 2, Latin Club 2,
Glee Club l, 2, Carol Service l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
3, 4, Softball, J.V. 2.
JUDITH F. VETKOSKEY-Library Council 2, 3, Mixed
Chorus 3, Carol Service 3, "Nutshell" Staff 4, Bowling
I, 2, 3, Softball 2, 3.
JOAN E. VOGEL-Senior Play 4, Latin Club l, Glee
Club l, 2, 3, Carol Service l, 2, 3.
CHARLES L. WALTON, JR.-Monitor Club 3, Depart-
ment Head 4, French Club 2, 3, Operators' Club 2, 3, 4,
Latin Club l, 2, Stagehands' Club 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff
2, Honor Certificate l, 3, Attendance Certificate 2, 3.
HOWARD JAY WARONKER-Spanish Club 2, Fire War-
den 4, Baseball, J.V. 2.
ROBERT B. WATERFIELD-Class Vice-President l, Treas-
urer 2, Student Council i, Fire Warden 4, Senior Play
4, Stagehands' Club l, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Spanish
American Book Club 2, Sportsmen's Club l, Carol Serv-
ice 3, 4, Attendance Certificate l, Baseball l, J.V. 2,
3, Varsity 4, Basketball l, J.V. 3, Varsity 4.
LEROY GILBERT WEBB-Business Education Society 3,
Fire Warden 4, Football l.
GUY H. WEBSTER-Student Council 3, Operators' Club
l,'2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Mixed Chorus 4, Glee Club 4,
Football l, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball, J.V. 2, 3,
Varsity 4, Baseball, J.V. l, Varsity 2, 3, 4.
LEONARD JEROME WEED--Student Council 2, 3, Fire
Warden 4, Monitor Club 2, Latin Club l, 2, French Club
2, 3, "Nutshell" Staff l.
FREDRICK NEAL WEIGEL-Spanish Club l, Spanish
American Book Club 3.
GLORIA WEINTRUB-Spanish Club 3, 4.
THOMAS JOSEPH WHARTON-Sportsmen's Club i,
Latin Club 2, Business Education Society 2, Carol Serv-
ice 3, 4, Fire Warden 4.
SARAH LOUISE WIBLE-Mixed Chorus 3, Music Festival
i, 2, Glee Club i, 2, 4, Carol Service l.
STEPHEN JOHN WILLETT-Junior Play 2, Senior Play 2,
Stagehands' Club l, 2, Latin Club l, 2, Glee Club 3,
Variety Show l, 2, 3, Baseball l.
ELINOR TAMA WILLIAMS-Monitor Club 4, French Club
2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Spanish American Book Club 3, 4,
Fire Warden 4, Assembly Usher 4, Game Attendant 2,
3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Carol
Service 2, 3, 4, "Nutshell" Staff 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff
4, Hockey, J.V. l, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Swimming, J.V. l,
Varsity 2, 3, 4, Softball, J.V. i, Varsity 2, 3, 4.
GLENN ALLAN WOLFE-Fire Warden 4, Assembly
Usher 4, Football, J.V. 2.
JAMES FRANCIS WREN-Fire Warden 4, Football, Var-
sity 3, 4.
MARION LOUISE YENGER-Spanish Club l, Glee Club
l, Business Education Society 4, Attendance Certificate
2, 4, Typing Certificate 2, Bookkeeping Certificate 2.
JOAN MARILYN YUNDT-Latin Club l, 2, French Club
2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Carol
Service i, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show l, 2, 4, Music Festival
l, 2, 3, 4, String Choir l, 2, 3, Student Concert 3, 4,
"Nutshell" Staff i, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Junior Red
Cross 3, Girls' State 3, Basketball, Manager 3, 4.
ROBERTA LEE ZAUN-Student Council 3, 4, Latin Club
l, French Club 2, 3, Franco-American Book Club 3, Glee
Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Carol
Service 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, "Nutshell"
BARBARA JOAN ZOERNER-Glee Club 2, Mixed Chorus
RODMAN ZWIRNER, JR.-Student Council 2, 3, 4,
French Club 2, 3, 4, Franco-American Book Club 3, 4,
Latin Club l, 2, Mixed Chorus 4, Basketball l, J.V. 2,
Varsity 3, 4, Track, Varsity l, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4,
Golf l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4.
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JUNIOR GIRLS A-K
FIRST ROW: H. Gaines, K. Kavanaugh, J. Griffith, J. Franke, J. Coleman, B. Del Duca, K. Fling, L. Graham, P. Johnson. SECOND ROW: J,
C Ed d B D mbrowski. THIRD ROW: D. Cranmer, C.
Griffith, C. Cragg, B. Cheesman, J. Braff, N. Boylan, B. Craig, D. Bookhamer, . mon son, . a
Grooms, C. Ayres, M. Johnson, P. Connell, G. Fredericks, J. Fontana, P. Farrell. FOURTH ROW: B. Hoover, T. Kjngsmore, L. Edwards, M. Conrow,
' ' ' ' ' D B.
M. Emig, E. Delany, M. Wiltshire, D. Kensler, J. Cimorelli. FOURTH ROW: M. Harrison, H, Gaines, A. Crumpton, D. Devlin, P. evenny,
Atkinson, P. Durso, K. Gibson. SIXTH ROW: C. Eipper, L. Astor, K. Hahs,
Dingee, V. Emig, M. Eble.
K. Abbott, J. Eldridge, B. Holmes, A. Compton. SEVENTH ROW: L.
JUNIOR BOYS A - K
FIRST ROW: B. Keith, W. Cromley, E. Hahn, B. Hayes, P. Carleton, G. Ford, G. Holzwarth, K. Ikeda, C. Goclsey, G. Hilton. SECOND ROW: T
h G B tt J C stello, J. Gunkel. THIRD ROW: H. Gallagher
Hausley, J. Brecker, R. Huettner, D. Harmoning, R. Barroway, G. Cunning am, . arre , . o
D. Belluso, S. Elbertson, B. Hopkins, H. Jordan, R. Gregorio, B. Clarke, G. Kinneer, B. Fulleman, B. Ellis. FOURTH ROW: F. Hock, A. Buechler,
B. Hawk, F. Kopp, B. Beckershoff, D. Graves, B. Jacoby, H. David, B. Graff
JUNIOR GIRLS L- Z
FIRST ROW: E. Wasmuth, L. Zimmermon, B. Vogel, A. Still, D. McClure, D. Mil
Rudderow, B. Morreletti, J. Marvel, C. Mescon, M. Wright, S. Swope, L. Roetner,
Riley, C. Little, B. Spencer, M. McChesney, C. Thompson, C. Turner, E. Stockhouse, M. Stevens. FOURTH ROW: A. Tworzydlo, C. Middleton,
Winterstein, C. Ruttenberg, F. Young, B. Wright, C. Millcir, C. Robertson, M. POlsOrSki. FIFTH ROW: G. MCCGVVCIIWGF, L. MCDGVTTIOTI, K. MUVOUB,
Smithson, M. Simpson, P. Timothy, N. Nuclcols, M. Robinson, B. Waterfield, R. Schuster. SIXTH ROW:
lock, S. Williams, G. LePone, L. Quay, E. Spencer, E. Riddell.
ler, E. Shinn, A. Ponorello, A. Poyton. SECOND ROW: M
B. Votto, J. Toylor. THIRD ROW: B. Nixon, M. Wolters, N
M. Sousa, R. Scott, H. Troenkner, S. Whit-
A George Masters
JUNIOR BOYS L- Z
FIRST ROW: B. Weover, W. Wolff, J. Muschko, M. Poyton, P. Sherrill, J. Shaunessy,
Logon, W. Nehlsen, R. Show, D. Oest, A. Solmon, T. Wilson, D. Lewis, B. Rudderow,
Walters, T. Mullen, R. Rogers, A. Morsholl, J. MocNeilly, R. Plasket. FOURTH ROW
: J. Pyle, J. Turek, B. McDevitt, C. York, W. Pursch, A. White,
J. Robinson, L. Schroeder. FIFTH ROW: W. Rogers, F. Robinson, F. Songer, R. Miles,
ROW: W. Ward, C. Ziegler, M. Riley, B. Price, L. O'Donnell, W. Teague, D. Will
D. Mocouloy, J. Ziccardi, J. McGonn, SECOND ROW: R.
J. Young. THIRD ROW: G. Nichols, E. Martino, W. Roberts, T.
P. Staclchouse, M. Meany, R. Middleton, G. Lenker. SIXTH
ett, I. Workman, D. Smith.
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KA-KD FIRST ROW: P. Kingsmore, R. DiMassimo, M. Bauer, E. Kennedy, P. Homan, P. Kerney, B. Diehl, B. Carlson, M. Alexander. SECOND ROW:
S. Hagert, G. Kredier, E. Hankele, J. Foster, B. Haines, B. Keilman, J. Bruce, J. Hannum, C. Jensen, C. Angelow, J. Chicano, J. Kassekert, C.
Block. THIRD ROW: L. Barthold, M. Kostek, B. Borton, J. Knapp, l. Engelhard, C. Hodgson, J. Davis, D. Daugherty, B. Holloway, P. Inman, P.
Horner C. Brenner, J. Kreider, D. Klein. FOURTH ROW: J. Furphy, M. Crocker, D. Diorio, C. Fink, D. Barrett, J. Haas, E. Hulse, B. Gattone,
N. DiMassimo, E. Herbert, J. Jobes, B. Barthold, L. Brunson, M. Ernest, L. Bartling, L. Brant, M. Guertler, C. Collins, H. Burr, D. Gray, l. Brodie.
SIXTH ROW: J. Forvour, C. Jans, P. Hamilton, L. Brendell, E. Klapproth, J. Gresch, J. Gleason.
'2.""1 Barbara Diehl,
Nancy Miller, 1
lA-KJ FIRST ROW: J. Cassano, R. Koehler, J. Augustine, W. Johnson, T. Bingham, R. Farwell, J. Dugan, S. Bellettiere, R. Johnson. SECON'
ROW: D. Bingham, J. Gregorio, R. Gauntt, J. Amstrong, L. Hercher, D. Guy, R. Emenecker, R. Ford, R. Kane, J. H-all. THIRD ROW: D. Fitzgeralc
D. Hutnick, W. Hurst, B. Kramer, B. Albrecht, G. Hurst, R. Armstrong, B. Kite, E. Kenyon. FOURTH ROW: R. Emenecker, K. Kroupa, R. Hollei
C. Fowler, R. Cole, B. Gunst, C. Hubler, B. Bailey, B. Crabtree, R. Crain. FIFTH ROW: D. Hanarty, J. Carroll, C. Bragg, E. Gale, J. Frost, C
Good, R. Fink, J. Gillespie, L. Cronmiller. SIXTH ROW: J. Gioodson, P. Einselen, R. Collins, W. Evoy, R. Brooks, D. Edwards, O. Elliseel, L. Gerlocl
D. Keneagy, G. Collings. SEVENTH ROW: T. Brooks, W. Gaines, J. Horton, R. Carlson, W. Emeneclcer, W. Hadlock, J. Barnaby. EIGHTH ROVN
D. Kensler, H. Eller, A. Adams.
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ll-ZJ FIRST ROW: J. Simpson, M. Santore, G. Olt, M. Ramminger, N. Pacenza, J. Mount, A. Olsen, H. Little, M. Stapleton. SECOND ROW: P.
Schade, S. Pond, D. Maclnnes, B. Seymour, M. Wills, P. Young, G. Shinn, P. Reardon, D. Nemec, K. Smith, B. Southwick, E. Sypherd. THIRD
ROW: K. Tomlinson, B. Sousa, V. Laubenstein, P. Zeman, J. Young, E. Workman, B. Zaengle, M. Miller, N. Miller, B. Taggart, J. Welsh.
FOURTH ROW: P. Young, P. Shinn, M. Winte st ' P. Th ' ' '
r ein, ompson, K. Philpott, B. White, F. Tretham, A. Still, L. Paul, M. Wamboch, J. Ruff.
FIFTH ROW: J. Schneider, P. Newton, B. Packer, J. Nutter, S. Snyder, R. Wurst, B. Shand, M. Plaskctt, R. Rogers, M. Peacock, E. Makin.
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ll,-ZJ FIRST ROW: R. Smythe, J. Stotsenburg, L. Nogle, R. Morris, J. Thatcher, T. Latwinas, S. Scattaregia, H. Yocum, S. Zanger. SECOND
ROW: P. Teor, B. Miles, C. Miller, J. Lovejoy, S. Willis, W. Schoippe, C. Sherrill, P. Robinson, J. Tworzydlo, T. Ratzell. THIRD ROW: L. Marshall,
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orris, ress er, J. Umberger, B. McCullough, G. Miller, S. LeFevre, C. Michel, C. Lueders FOURTH ROW- D Waddell D P' R M
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Menamin, J. Trost, F. Neiderkorn, G. Neidermoyer, C. Sciuere, W. Read, C. Stroemel, J. Liddell. FIFTH ROW: E. Traenkner, H. Tull, R. Weaver,
J. McCord, A. Merckx, J. Rizer, G. Sack, M. Stockum, R. Spruill. SIXTH ROW: R. Robinson, E. Rodgers, W. Yovankin, R. Tag.
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FRESHMAN BOYS A - K
FIRST ROW: J. Gillespy, M. Banta, D. Armstrong, D. Cummings, B. Baumann, B. Brown, B. Cromley, J,
Hutchins, F. Forvour, E. Barrett, R. Doert. SECOND ROW: H. David, G. Johnson, G, Cavallaro, J. Blake, D.
feski. THIRD ROW: R. Cunningham, E. Kelly, B. Conover, V.
Haring, A. Juhlmann, F. Hahwald, R. DeSimone, P. Bertram, B. Eldridge, F. Butterworth. FOURTH ROW: A.
Hayes, F. Heim, R. Barney, J. Johnston, J. Glow
Burger, J. Kincard, B. Calleny, W. Albrecht, A. Haft, P. Delany, R. Franke, C. Anderson.
FRESHMAN BOYS L - Z
FIRST ROW: J. Rush, C. Lillagore, L. McDonnell, H, Winkler, D. Lonzilloti, B. Neidermayer, J. Protich
: J. Moorhead, J. Walrond, P. Yachimske, W. Sullivan
M. Ryan, T. McGann. THIRD ROW: C. Tomlinsor
N. Stulpinas, J. Renteria, R. Montgomery, R. Elmer
Ratzell, F. Thiel, E. Vaughn, D. Whitshire, T. Spruill
D. Sutton, J. Warner, C. Star, B. Muse. SECOND ROW
R. LeFevre, B. Ridgway, B. Sattazahn, A. Wenstrom,
J. Wilson, R. Quinn, W. Arthur, H. Mason, J. Urban,
J. Huesken. FOURTH ROW: M. Spangler, R. Sutton, W.
R. Worthington, C. Tyson, A. Richards. FIFTH ROW: D. Stetinmetz, J. Latwinas, J. Mills, R. Ruff, G. Weigle
G. Theurer, D. Schock, W. O'Brien, G. Masulonis.
FRESHMAN GIRLS L - Z
FIRST ROW: P. Storey, D. Makin, l. Norman, IM. Sutton, E. Meade, R. Williams, O. Noller, F. Saxton,
G Thompson. SECOND ROW: P. Sharp, G. Seemuller, P. O'Donnell, M. Walker, M. Olt, J. Rothman,
D. Letczik, G. Shinn, D. Somers. THIRD ROW: E. Wynne, S. Van Sciver, D. Young, E. Robinson, M. Robinson,
J Sill, L. Moyer, D. Schoel. FOURTH ROW: F. Schafer, N. Wallace, C. McGeoch, R. Weintrub, M. Powell,
Thum, S. Mason, M. Pargny, M. Metcalf. FIFTH ROW: C. Miller, J. Sattfazahn, J. Schofield, M, Ormsby,
C Wychulsy, J. Price, B. Schultz, J. Lockhart. SIXTH ROW: S. Tucker, H. Wing, B. Roesch, B. Reis, J. Teste,
SEVENTH -ROW: D. Wankler, B. Lepone, E. Pingarron, M. Miller,
E. Schruter, J. Test, P. McChesney, M. Long.
C. Smithson, L. Zematis.
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CA-KJ FIRST ROW: B. Hall, M. Crossley, B. Heal, N. Birmingham, L. Horton, G. Daley, M. Carey, G. Conover, M. Cini. SECOND ROW:
J. Albrecht, B. Dunn, J, Cossuto, J. Cesanek, J. Gale, M. Garlanger, S. Deskields, B. Hocking, B. Albrecht. THIRD ROW: A. De Bolt, S. Cromley,
J. Goralczyk, J. Fry, A. Bowen, D. Gunkel, D. Carcanague, D. Devenney. FOURTH ROW: D. Brooks, D. Gaines, R. Hicks, C. James, M. Krachun,
S. Cavallaro, A, Erdman, R. Dracup, J. Ellis. FIFTH ROW: M. Devonshire, H. Durham, R. Groff, K. Hess, R. Di Petris, B. Griflith, G. Brown
J, Gray, J. Kirpach. SIXTH ROW: D. Holberton, A. Hyland, B. Keller, C. Gaines, V. Humes, A. Heller, A. Calhoun, S. Kohl. SEVENTH ROW:
P. Hughes, J. Arcangelo, M. Craythorn, A. Harney, L. Brown, E. Jones, A. Horrocks, C. Anderson, S. Clevenger. EIGHTH ROW: D. Evans
C. Barten, M. Green, J. Klott, J. Hall, C. Hershey, M. Borie, J. Cunningham, D. Curtis, R. Cwalina.
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ROSEMARY TRACY OFFICERS-FIRST ROW: J. Test, vice-president, B. Albrecht, treasurer.
Class Adviser STANDING: W. Albrecht, president, C. Smithson, secretary.
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Student ouneil Representatives
FIRST ROW: E, Louderbaclc, S. Rapp, D. Mac Innes, B. Del Duca, W. Brown, M. Trachner, M. Miller, E. Slwinn, J. Simpson. SECOND ROW
P. Timothy, J. Taggart, J. Nutter, C. Anderson, I. Engelhard, B. Barthold, E. Schrufer, A. Hiller, E. Delany. THIRD ROW: J. Warner, J. Muschko
J. Ziccardi, D. Edwards, D. Price, L. Hercher, B. Hayes, J. Cassano. FOURTH ROW: A. Del Duca, L. Brown, N. Bennett, B. Dobbins, E. Gillespie
E. Barney, A. Harrocks, R. Zuan, T. Kingsmore. FIFTH ROW: R. Middlefon, C. Haines, R. Zwirner, R. Schaarschmidf, W. Cromley, W. Denny
M. Kistler, H. Eggers, SIXTH ROW: I. Workman, D. Kensler, B. Teague, H. David.
FIRST ROW: R. Smythe, G. Seemuller, C, Fowler, K. Abbott, C. Gray, W. Brown. SECOND ROW: R. Doert, C. Little, J. Larkworthy, A. Del Duca
B. Del Duca, G. Waterfield.
Kathryn R. Swalm Florence E. Sharp Stewart J. Barthold
The student government is a strongly organized, important part of Moorestown High
School. It is composed of three branches-the Student Council, the Monitor Club, and the
Student Court. The Student Council is the legislative branch of the government. It con-
sists of representatives from each homeroom. The laws are enforced through the Monitor
Club, and the Student Court tries those who do not abide by these laws.
Recently the Student Council aclopted a code of ethics to provide standards for
otticers and representatives of the student government. This code has been fully endorsed
by the Board of Education.
The Council is now in the process of revising its constitution to meet the needs of an
ever-growing student population.
Some Council members made a trip to Rutgers University for the New Jersey Asso-
ciation of High School Councils' Conference. Another trip was to the Kiwanis, where
representatives spoke of the student government of Ivioorestown High School.
FIRST ROW: J. Larkworfhy, A. Del Duca, C. Little.
onitor Club fficers
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FIRST ROW: T. Williams, S. Berger, B. Ferg, H. Comp, V. Crain. SECOND ROW: M. Campbell, C. Walton, F. Fullerton, H. Freynik
T. Stone, J. Jockson, F. Heller.
FIRST ROW: C. Mescan, M. Pokorski, M. Horton, B. Ferg, H. Camp, J. Nutter, M. McChesney. SECOND ROW: J. Grilzfith, E. Schlindwein,
B. McGann, C. Robertson, M. Rudderow, C. Lush, M. Dimazzirno, M. Di Paolo, D. Cranmer, M. Hayes, J. Griffith. THIRD ROW: G. Cragg,
M. Campbell, D. Vance, F. Morrill, L. Brunson, C. Hodgson, I. Engelhard, B. Barthold, J. Cimorelli, J. Welsh, M. Miller. FOURTH ROW:
B. Cheesman, S. Scattaregia, J. Dugan, A. Nelson, J. Umberger, G. Miller, D. Farcice, D. Oest, R. Pressler, R. Bloome, J. Calhoun,
H. Gaines. FIFTH ROW: M. Bartling, C. Jans, J. Unruh, R. Calllerio, A. Dill, S. Compton, J. Haas, M. DiMassirno, B. Gattone, D. Dough-
erty. SIXTH ROW: T. Wharton, W. Amber, N. Weigel, D. Waddell, S. Willett, J. Young, W. Teague, F. Robinson, R. Zwirner, D. Belloce,
FIRST ROW: K. RaclclifTe, E. Riddell. SECOND ROW: T. Williams, F. Young, C. Creedon, B. Stride, S. Guerin, B. Marroletti. THIRD
ROW: G. Wolfe, B. Waterheld, W. Teague, R. Michel, J. Larkworthy, M. Kistler, E. Barney.
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FIRST ROW: M. Campbell, N. Weigel, G. Webster, E. Blancha, L. De Santo, D. Vance. SECOND ROW: J. Philpotf, S. Nordlund, K. Rad-
cliffe, F. Heller, S. Guerin, E. Hare. THIRD ROW: N. Cuzzimano, W. Denny, A. Dill, B. Swartz, H. Freynik, B. Ferg, T. Carney, J. Calhoun,
B. Robinson, D. Moore-El, G. Wolfe.
FIRST ROW: F. Heller, D. Vance, T. Williams, E. Riddell, M. Rudderow, J. Grimth, L. Zimmerman, A. Tworzydlo, A. Panarello. SECOND
ROW: L. Dingee, K. Hahs, C. Sherrill, D. Willett, S. Scattaregia, B. Robinson, M. Plaskett, S. Wible.
FIRST ROW: M. Keeley, C, Robertson, D. Diorio, M. Campbell, L. Cunningham, S. Compton, B. Robinson. SECOND ROW: S. Berger
E. Borney, J. Eck, N. Cuzzimono, T. Stone, T. Elbon, H. Comp, D. Brenne7, G. Kinneer, J. Renterio, W. Albrecht.
"They're lotel" "It looks all right!"
RuTh E. Bump, Librarian
This has been a busy year Tor The Library
and iTs 68 assisTanTs. There was a daily aver-
age of 260 sTudenTs, who used The 8500 books,
750 of which were acquired This year. The av-
erage increased during Times ThaT The library
was used Tor Term paper research. During Those
Times There was a high average of 403 sTu-
denTs plus a grade school class.
In addiTion To servicing The high school and
junior high school, The library lends books To
qi? 'school classes. lT also buys, processes, and
circulaTes a large collecTion of books Tor oTher
"I looked once, buT . . ."
The assisTanTs have special jobs, such as-
Tiling The back issues of magazines, decoraTing
The display case, and Training eighTh grade
sTudenTs To be assisTanTs. Typing for The library
is anoTher imporTanT iob performed by The
ln an aTTempT To familiarize The assisTanTs
vviTh each oTher, a "Who's Who" proiecT was
sTarTed on The workroom bulleTin board. This
included picTures and characTer skeTches of all
The Library Council is aTTiliaTed wiTh The
STaTe AssociaTion of Library Councils and aT-
Tends The annual meeTings.
"Shhh . . , Geniuses ai work."
"I've got o book report tomorrow'
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FIRST ROW: J. Gromada, D. Penven, G. Webster, T. Hooper, J. Liddell, L. Oldershaw, T. Haines, G. Weaver. SECOND ROW
d E T k L Gerlock L Marshall G Miller R Spruill THIRD ROW:.C. Tomlinson,
: S. Waldrond,
B, Fulleman, C. Wittig, B. Callery, A. Hott, J. McCor , . raen ner, . , . , . , . .
S. Scattaregia, R. Koehler, P. Bertram, B. McCullough, R. Fink, J. Frost, C. Walton, L. Konecsny, J. Urban, W. Schoppe, J. Tworzydlo,
G. Thevrer, T. Latwinas.
The operators of Moorestown High School have learned to operate several types of audio and visual equipment. They are trained to
d l ue ro'ectors, and slide proiectors.
handle I6 mm motion picture proiectors, tape and wire recorders, recor p ayers, opaq p I
New equipment added this year includes a I6 mm sound proiector, a strip film proiector, and a new screen.
The club is advised by Mr. Kenneth Merrill.
FIRST ROW: B. Crabtree, G. Nichols, T. Gardner, T. Haines, B. McCullough. SECOND R
treasurer, C, Walton, D: Hooper, president: Mr. Klansek, adviser. THIRD ROW: B. Pingarron, D. Penven, vice-president.
The stagehands work behind the scenes at all school assemblies, the Christmas Carol Service, the Spring Music Festival, Variety Show
and the class plays. It consists of eight members and six associate members. This is its first year as an organized group with a constitution
Mr. William Klansek is the adviser of the group.
OW: J. McCord, L. Konecsny, L. Oldershaw, secretary-
Red Cross Council
FIRST ROW: N. Birmingham, M. Alexander, J. Taylor, B. Packer, K. Fling, V. Laubenstein, P. Kinsmore. SECOND ROW: M. Wright, M. Keeley
A. Dill, E. Tornari, treasurer, E. Jones, R. Cwalina, B. Atkinson. THIRD ROW: M Hoffman, J. Sherferee D. Farace, D Miller H. Cam
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T. Stone, J. Owens, J. Humes, J. Young, R. Carlson, B. Crabtree, J. Yundt.
During the I954-55 school year, the Junior Red Cross has concentrated its efforts on two proiects. Whenever called upon to help, the
Junior Red Cross aided the needy in Burlington County. This work was done through Miss Troxell
The second main project has been the continued support of the Junior Red Cross orphan Kim. This group has helped to clothe the
Korean War orphans. At one time, enough money was provided to purchase at least 75 pairs of shoes for Korean children.
The following is an excerpt from o letter received recently: "We are indeed grateful to the students of Moorestown High School for
their generous contribution for the purchase of Korean shoes. On behalf of all the children who will be warmly shod on the icy, muddy,
unpaved roads of Korea, we extend our thanks."
Mrs. Ruth Schwartz is the adviser of the Junior Red Cross.-
Future Homemakers of America
FIRST ROW: M. Cini, M. Alexander, M. Crossley, C. Black, C. Elmer, G. Daley, P. Kerney. SECOND ROW: A. Still, M. Johnson, I. Engelhard,
secretary, L. Brunson, president, P. Olt, treasurer, B. Griffith, J. Taylor. THIRD ROW: D. Gray, F. Trethan, C. Grooms, C. Turner, S. Wible,
B. Robinson, P. Devenny, D. Barrett, H. Wing, V. Crain, M. Guertler, C. Hodgson.
The Future Homemakers of America is a notional organization with chapters in every state of the union and Hawaii. The Moorestown
chapter tries, through its eight purposes, to better home, family, social, community and economic living.
Its 26 active members take part in helping those who need help. One of the proiects this year was a visit to the Burlington County
Hospital. During this visit small children were presented handmade stuffed dolls.
Another project was sending clothes to Austria to be distributed among the needy. Cake sales, parties and teas are given by this
group to raise funds. At the some time these parties and teas provide wholesome recreation for its members.
This organization is advised by Mrs. Florence Heal and Miss Ruth Fry.
FIRST ROW: D. Makin, G. Daley, J. Cesoneh, J. Cossuto, J. Gale, G. Olt, M. Olt, D. Leiczik, B. Hace, L. Moyer, C. Angelow
E. Sypherd, B. Schultz, R. M. Bowen, S. Cromley, E,Wynne, M. L. Pargny, J. Gray, E. Hankele. SECOND ROW: M. L. Van Gelder,
dd N N h l V. Laubenstein, D. Nemec, J. Knapp
J. Griffith, J. Cunningham, H. Wing, H. Burr, M. Trowell, B. Barthold, M..Ru erow, . uc o S, ,
P. Schade, L. Barthold, B. Grittith, P. Zeman, S. Hagert, G. Kreider. THIRD ROW: J. Gillespie, L. Cronmiller, R. Singley, W. Ratzell
E. Kelby, B. Cunningham, B. Montgomery, D. Guy R. Ford, R. Smythe, R. Barney, M. Ryan, F. Heim, G, Johnson, W. Johnson, J. Gillespy
FOURTH ROW: K. Abbott, P. Hamilton, M. Guertler, N. Cusworth, L, Brunson, R. Rogers, M. Peacock, C. Collins, J. Gleason, E. Makin
L. Zemaitis, C. Smithson, E. Jones, B. Keller, K. Sutton. FIFTH ROW: J. Nutter, C. Hodgson, E. Gillespie, I. Engelhard, L. Dingee
E. Rodgers, C. Wittig, C. Ziegler, W. Denny, K. Kroup'a, D. Edwards, W. Cromley, J. Shaunessy, R. Holley, J. Stosenburg.
Caroline T. Haas, Adviser
The Latin Club provided a lighter side to the study at Latin this year through its
tive varied meetings. Two amusing programs were "Beat the Hourglass" and "What's
My Line." The latter program featured Nero as the mystery guest. The students' knowl-
edge at the lite and customs ot Rome was supplemented by a tilm, "Modern Rome,"
and slides entitled "lmperial Rome."
MARY LOUISE VAN GELDER
Mesa D1reet1va i
FIRST ROW: Martha Campbell, Presidente de
las comisiones especiales, Danna Vance, Presi-
dent: Carole Millar, Secretaria. SECOND ROW:
Alan Salmon, Vicepresidente, Irving Workman,
Vicepresidente, Craig Fowler, Tesorero.
Mariorie V. Smiley, Consejera
The Spanish Club seeks new vistas and horizons of understanding, learning, and personal service as am-
bassadors of good will. The club meetings provide a practical situation for using, encouraging, and developing
the use ot Spanish with entertainment and cultural pursuits.
Programs are written and prepared to meet a variety of interests: the culture and customs of Spanish-spe.ak-
ing countries, movies, games, plays, travelogues, foreign exchange students and native speakers. The club spon-
sors a Visiting Day program when a college professor speaks to the club and spends the entire day with the
Spanish classes. Foreign correspondence is maintained with students ot Spanish-speaking countries. The club offers
annual recognition and awards for the highest scholastic achievement in each Spanish course.
FIRST ROW: A. Peyton, C. Thompson, J. Davis, K. Fling, D. Nemec, P. Homan, J. Davis, V. Laubenstein, D. Maclnnes, P. Young,
K. Kavanaugh, J. Bragg, B. Votta, D. Cranmer, C. Hodgson, C. Lush, D. Sassi, F. Robinson. SECOND ROW: B. Sousa, C. Robertson,
J. Fontana, C. Millar, J. Butkiewicz, B. Rogliano, N. Bennett R. Swindell, M. DiPaola, D. Stotsenburg, M. McChesney, J. Kistler, D. Dev-
lin, M. Pokorski, S. Zanger, R. Carlson, R. Middleton. THIRD ROW: A. Compton, M. Conrow, R. Rogers, C. Collins, J. Gleason,
C. Middleton, M. Campbell, D. Nicholson, F. Morrill, D. Vance, K. Philpott, C. Fink, N. Weigel, F. Kopp. FOURTH ROW: D. Hutnick,
J. Cassano, A. Nelson, J. Loveioy, L. Nagle, J. Stotsenlourg, T. Ratzell, R. Emenecker, A. Salmon, J. Dugan, R. Farwell, W. Johnson,
K. Ikeda, R. Rogers, L. O'Donnell, W. Amber. FIFTH ROW: J. Trost, G. Collings, P. Teare, S. LeFevre, P. Carleton, C. Fowler, T. Wilson,
J. Eck, J. Ziccardi, G. Nichols, C. Sherrill, D. Oest, J. LoCicero, W. Teague, D. Kensler. SIXTH ROW: A. Burr, G. Espy, B. Holmes,
J. Eldridge, C. Jans, M. Eble, G. Lepone, S. Smithson, M. Simpson, E. Delany, B, Barthold, l. Engelhard, N. Cusworth, J. Jobes,
H. Eggers, D. Smith.
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H D G ld, S. Scattaugia. SECOND ROW: S. Campbell,
FIRST ROW: B. Kramer, C. Lueders, J. Umberger, W. Hurst, R. Armstrong, C. eurst, . o
I T D Ke lr W Steuber M Sohmit B Ferg J Larkworthy THIRD ROW: D. Klein, S.
B. Hackett, F. Heller, L. Cunningham, . rost, . nse, . , . , . , . .
Hagert, B. Del Duca, L. Barthold, M. Gray, P. Schade, L. Ratener, C. Edimondson, A. Del Duca, L. Graham. FOURTH ROW: J. Fontana,
J. Cimorelli, E. Eipper, H. Burr, M. Peacock, J. Haines, M. Guertler, B. Walton, P. Timothy. FIFTH ROW: S. Whitlock, S. Williams, B.
h W. Purseh, W. Hadlock,
Cheesman, G. Cragg, J. Griffith, K. Gibson, P. Hamilton, B. Athkinson, L. Dingee. SIXTH ROW: G. Cunning am,
J. Collins, D. Graves, W. Cromley, C. Ziegler. SEVENTH ROW: J. MacNeilly, J. Pyle, D. Willett, H. David, R. Waddell, B. Yovankin, A.
Buechler, C. Garret, B. Bradley.
Le Cercle Francais
Elizabeth J. Parsons, Conseilliere
The French Club has strengthened this year its liaison with the College Alain Chartier in Bayeux, France, by
a lively interchange of letters, gifts, and ideas. Tape recordings, made abroad, brought to Moorestown the voices
of students in the affiliated school overseas. The president of the Anglo-American Club there wears an M.H.S.
sweater. Interest has continued, too, in the Ecole Primaire at lvry-Port which was visited this winter by Renee
S former French Club oiticer now a student in Paris.
A series of meetings of recreational and educational interest have been held and two issues of "Le Chien
Qui Rit" published.
A cake sale provided money for en -o -year prizes
d f ' awarded to top ranking French students.
SEATED: B. Del Duca, tresoriere, C. Edmondson,
secretaire. STANDING: R. Zwirner, vice-presi-
dent, J. Larkworthy, president.
Spanish American Book Club
Marjorie V. Smiley, Adviser
FIRST ROW: D. Nicholson, F. Morrill, D. Devlin, M. Campbell, A. Peyton, K. Kavanaugh, M. Simpson. SECOND ROW: T. Williams
l. Workman, N. Bennett, D. Schaarschmidt, D. Kensler, J, Stotsenburg, R. Swindell. THIRD ROW: I. Engelhard, J. Nutter, C. Fowler, J.
LoCicero, D. Vance, M. Eble, N. Weigle, R. Carlson, D. K l R. M'ddl
The Spanish American Book Club has enioyed a tremendously
successful year reading more books in Spanish than has been accom'
plished in any year heretofore. With maximum memberships ten
members have been host to the club at evening meetings in their
homes. The members made a study ofthe highlights of Spanish litera-
ture from the l5th century through the Golden Age with special
emphasis given to the reading of Do-1 Quixote.
The year has been most outstanding with unusual success and
enioyment, camaraderie and fun. The banquet on April 29 was a
fitting climax to the year's activities.
ens er, I eton, G. LePone, A. Burr, J. Gillespie, J. Gleason, A. Salmon,
The Franco-American Book Club, a group of upperclass French
students who like to read in French or English, held an organization
meeting in school and a tea meeting in the school library at which
Miss Hannah Severns spoke.
All other meetings have been for tea or supper in homes of the
members. Reports of recently read new books by French and Ameri-
can authors were regularly made by all members.
A study of Jeanne d'Arc au Bucher, with the text by Paul Claudel
and music by Honneger, was made in the spring.
As always, books were presented to the school library. A supper
meeting, open to all members, is planned for the end of the year.
'Can Book Club
Elizabeth J. Parsons, Adviser
FIRST ROW: J. Cimorelli, M. VanGelder, C. Edmondson.
SECOND ROW: L. Ratener, P. Timothy, W. Steuber, A. DelDuca, F. Heller.
D ROW: W. Cromley, S. Williams, D. Willett, J. Larkworthy, C. Ziegler, C. Eipper, J. Jackson, M. Trawell.
FIRST ROW: D. McClure, M. Walters, K. Fling, M. Cooker, N. Miller J. McDonnell, N. Riley, A. Heller, B. Reis, V. Humes, D. Curtis. SECOND
ROW: S. Rapp, B. Craig, J. Franke, N. Cuzzimano, D. Lachnik, S. Costanza, M. Pokorski, D. Nemec, K. Sutton.
FIRST ROW: C. Ruffenberg, A. Salmon, D. Vance, M. Campbell, L. Cunningham, G. Leinberger, T. Williams, C. Riley, A. Burr, D. Klein
A. Peyton. SECOND ROW: B. Keller, E. Jones, H. Wing, C. Hodgson, H. Burr, E. Martino, B. Barthold, J. Gleason, I. Engelhard, K. Sutton
FIRST ROW: P. Timothy, M. Peachock, R. Smythe, E. Gillespie, S. Campbell, B. Ferg, A. Del Duca, M. L. Van Gelder, A Horrocks J Lark
wort y, B. Del Duca. SECOND ROW: K, Kavanough, J. Gillespie, W. Cromley, P, Schade, G. Lepone, W. Steuber, M. Trowell, V. Emig
M. Horton, J. Vetlcoskey, C. Kuntz.
utshell Literary Staff
The Nutshell Literary staff directs all the activities connected with the preparation of written and photographic
copy for the news magazine. Although the staff does much of the writing and news gathering, all students are
encouraged to submit stories, photographs, and drawings as well as to volunteer for related journalistic and
The school News Ofhce is the center of all Nutshell literary work. lt is there that news and literary contribu-
tions are assembled, edited, prepared for the printer and then proofread. Typing of copy provides practical
experience for business education students who serve as literary secretaries.
Representatives from the staff this year attended the Drexel Press Conference and competed in the Temple
With the cooperation of the En lish De t t h N h
g par men , t e uts ell Literary staff sponsored an all-school poetry
Certificates of merit are awarded annually to deserving staff members, Nutshell pins to those who make
outstanding contributions for a second or third year, and a special award for fourth-year achievement.
Approximately 60 students are members of the regular staff or reportorial staff of which Miss Elizabeth J.
Parsons is the adviser.
FIRST ROW: B. McGann, class editor, G. Leinberger, associate editor, M. L. VanGelder, editor-in-chief, M. Schmit, associate editor,
L. Cunningham, class editor. SECOND ROW: M. Horton, typing editor, l. Trost, co-sports editor, J. Yundt, co-literary editor, B. Ferg,
co-art editor, E. Gillespier, co-sports editor, A. DelDuca, co-literary editor, H. Eggers, photography editor. fMissing-R. Zwirner,
co-sports editor, T, Elbon,'co-art editori
The 1955 Yearbook
"Painting a Picture of individualism" is the theme the senior class has chosen for its yearbook. The staff has been
hard at work since early in September developing the ideas of M.H.S. as an individual school and of its members
as important contributing individuals. Under the guidance of Miss Marion Branick, the yearbook progressed rapidly.
Throughout the book the art work helped carry out the theme. Both Barbara Ferg and Tom Elbon worked indus-
triously in this field. Tom Elbon designed the cover which features the school seal.
Many new additions have been made in the T955 yearbook. Beginning with the revised faculty section featuring
a number of candid shots, new layouts have been made throughout the book. One of the most striking innovations is
the senior "Who's Who" section. It has received new prominence by a special layout and an increased number oi
pages. Another addition is the pictures from the T954 junior prom.
ln the senior section the popular character sketches have been continued. Clever cartoons and poems add tc
the pages of the senior portraits.
' h h k th 'nformal ictures featurec
Henry Eggers, assisted by Joe Jackson, handled the photography. T ey ave ta en e i p
throughout the book.
Mary Louise Van Gelder capably filled the editorship of this publication. The literary staff wrote and assemble:
the material in an interesting fashion.
taff under the direction of Mr. William Rizos has performed another creditable job of ad-hunting
The business s
The ads have been dressed up with candid photographs and art work.
Looking after last minute details and meeting deadlines are two things the staff will not forget. The yearbool
has afforded much pleasure and satisfaction to those who have worked together in planning and carrying out it
production. This valuable experience will be a memorable one!
Yearbook And Nutshell Busmees Staff
Yearbook Art And Photography Staff
FIRST ROW Ensign S, Guerin B
Ferg T Wllluoms T Elbon. SECOND
ROW J Jackson H Eggers.
Yearbook T pists
FIRST ROW: C. Creedon, N. Molina, S. Rapp, J. Verkoskey, F. Johnston, M. Horton, J. Jackson, E. Tornari, J. Urban, M. Nolan. SECOND
ROW: E. Hare, E. Smith, P. Olt, M. Krohn, S. Nordluncl, M. Giordano, B. Stride, J. Culp, A. Campisi,
Yearbook Literary Staff
FIRST ROW: N. Molina, C. Creedon, E. Hare, S. Deasy, J. Yundt, A. Del Duca, K. Radcliffe, E. Tornari, J. Urban, M. Nolan, A, Dill. SECOND
ROW: B. MCGann, M. Campbell, L. Cunningham, S. Campbell, S. Guerin, G. Lebengood, M. Van Gelder, G. Leinberger, S. Nordlund,
F. Johnston, M. Giordano, T. Williams, M. Schmif, C. Riley, E. Smith. THIRD ROW: B. Ferg, I. Trosl, F. Heller, E. Gillespie.
IA-KJ FIRST ROW: E. Brenner
SECOND ROW: B. Atkinson, P. Durso, M. Cooker, J. Culp, A. Campisi, M. Horton, M. Krohn, M. Ensign, E. Kelsall, M Bauer THIRD ROW
H. Koch, R. Grubbs, M. Carter, W. Carter, D. Essner, J. Gibbs, W. Franckle, R. Overline' L DeScinto I. Costanza FOURTH ROW G H ll
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M. Giordano, F. Johnston, J. D'Alessandro, M. Bartling, J. Beckler, M. Keeley, A. Dill, B. Dobbins, S. Deasy. FIFTH ROW: T. Carney, M. Beck
B. Voltz, H. Hall, J. Humes, T, Housley, J. Eck, B. Butler, R. Johnstone, D. Belluso. SIXTH ROW: W. H
ton, D. Dessin, J. Fiorentino, H. Camp, T. Elbon, H. Fanders, R. Blaome.
,J. Bruce, S. Guerin, S. Keefe, E. Hare, B. Dombrowski, C. Creedon, J. Frcmke, B. Diehl, E. Collins, B. Carlson
ewlett, R. Biernacki, J. Calhoun, F. Fuller
Business Education Society
Norman S. Steinmeyer, Adviser
KL-ZJ FIRST ROW: E. Smith, J, T
A. Ponarello. SECOND ROW: D. Lachnik, E. Riddell, J. Welsh, E. Tornari, M. Nolon, F. Young, E. Schlindwein, J. Taggart, B. Stride, M.
Thompson, S. Rapp. THIRD ROW: B, Zoerner, M. Yenger, R. Scott, B. Waterfield, S. Wible, J. Unruh, K. Morone, E. Parella, L, Quo
B. Wright, E. Rodclift. FOURTH ROW: J. Young, J. Scouder, F. Montgomery, T. Walten, W. Wells, R. Logan, L. Webb. FIFTH ROW: E. Mayer
J. Rufl, T. Stackhouse, R. Nichols, T. Stone, R. Michel, S. McNeill, M. Riley.
oylor, B. Nixon, N. Riley, M. Wright, D. Miller, E. Renwick, B. Zaengle, S. Nordlund, J. Mount, D. McClure,
FIRST ROW: S. Nordlund, secretary, D. Dessin, vice-president, F. Fullerton, president, T. Carney, treasurer, J. Calhoun-sergeant at
arms, B. McGann, assistant secretary. SECOND ROW: M. Giordano, J. Philpott, F. Johnston, N. Molina.
Since its organization fifteen years ago the Business Education
Society has held consistently to its chief aims-the developing of a
consideration for one's fellowmen and the training toward a fuller,
more useful life.
The Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets, the quiet help given
whenever and wherever a need is found, and the scholarship
awarded each year to an outstanding senior in the business depart-
ment exemplify the organization's belief in their aims.
The Moorestown High School Press Club has been constantly
engaged in iournalistic activities since the opening day of school.
The students have written articles regularly for the local, county,
and metropolitan newspapers and have cooperated with the NUT-
SHELL stat? in preparing copy for the school newsmagazine. The
Press. Club acts as a service club for all departments in publicizing
all school proiects and in strengthening links with the alumni. Mem-
bers have interviewed people in and out of school and have par-
ticipated in an inter-scholastic press contest.
A scrapbook of all clippings concerning school news is kept
throughout the year and a file of annual scrapbooks is maintained
Elizabeth J. Parsons, Adviser
FIRST ROW: T. Williams, P. Schade, B. DelDuco, M. L. Van Gelder, D. Klein, S. Hagert. SECOND ROW: M. Peacock, S. Campbell,
A. DelDuco, B. Ferg, J. Larkworthy, E. Gillespie, A. Horrocks. THIRD ROW: L. Cunningham, T. Anderson, M. Trowell, P. Timothy, W.
Steuber, W. Cromley, K. Gibson, G. Lepone, H. Burr.
Margaret Crispin, Elizabeth Shinn, Advisers
FIRST ROW: M. Cris in, ad ' - V. C ' E
p viser, rain, . Kelsall, P. Olt, E. Smith, C. Elmer, C. Creedon, B. Stride, S. Rapp, E. Shinn, adviser.
SECOND ROW: A. Campisi, M. Schlindwein, E. Schlindwein, J. Vetk k M. E
os ey, nsign, C. Kuntz, M. Nolan E Tornari R Shetfer R,
Gerlock. THIRD ROW: M. Yenger, E. Parella, J. Culp, S Wible N. Molina,M Horton M. Hottman, M Hoehn, M. G' d , FO
. , . , . ior ano URTH
ROW: S. Nordlund, F. Johnston, J. Philpott, C. Franke, L. Kay, M. Thompson, A. Dill, J. Beckler, E. Still, D. Lachnik. FIFTH ROW: W.
Carter, G. Mallett, T. Stackhouse, H. Brooks, M. Carter.
Student Secretaries Student
The members of the OFfice Practice and Secretarial Training classes
get "on-the-iob" experience through their service to the school in
the Student Business Oflice.
Each of the 47 potential office workers has at least two full days
during the year when he is in full charge of the business ottice.
That they gain practical experience is attested by the impressive
total of iobs completed for the school-over fifty thousand duplicate
sheets, more than three thousand cards and envelopes and a
variety of secretarial jobs.
This year Bookkeeping Ill is comprised of seven seniors, who have
maintained at least a B avera e in b kk
g oo eeping and are therefore
privileged to work on accounts connected with student activities.
Their work consists of handling the various school proiects, such
as the advance sale of football tickets, class plays, musical activities,
an to keep the records and accounts in order. These duties provide
valuable experience in their future vocations.
Pearl B. King, Adviser
FIRST ROW: S. Nordlund, D. Lachnik, P. King, adviser.
SECOND ROW: M. Hoftman, C. Kuntz, J. Beckler. STANDING: S. Rapp, M.
me 'W .
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FIRST ROW: M. Di Massimo, A. Horrocks, A. Still, L, Barthold, N. Nuchols. SECOND ROW:
S. Campbell, L. Graham, H. Burr, A. Del Duca, M. Giordano. THIRD ROW: D. Kensler, M. L.
Van Gelder, M. Stuart, M. Simpson, M. Schmit. FOURTH ROW: D. Cranmer, B. Zaun, I.
Trost, M. Eble, E. Gillespie.
FIRST ROW: P. Stotsenburg, E. Louderback, G. Lepone, E. Wynne, R. Ford. SECOND ROW
S. Smithson, M. Conrow, A. Hyland, -B. Lepone, C. Smithson. THIRD ROW: H. Eggers, B
Griffith, C. Anderson, M. Di Paola, D. Crawford. FOURTH ROW: B. Roberts, K. Abbott, H
Wing, F. Johnston, V. Emig. FIFTH ROW: V. Mills, D. Keneagy, T. Haines, J. Collins, G
FIRST ROW: C. Middleton, H. Little, G. Daley, D. Makin, K. Fling. SECOND ROW: C. Collins,
D. Holberton, A. Peyton, R. Niedermayer, P. Timothy. THIRD ROW: S. Whitlock, M. Miller,
L. Graham, B. Del Duca, L. Delany. FOURTH ROW: K. Kavanaugh, H. Burr, J. Test, M.
Stuart, B. Holmes. FIFTH ROW: J. Yundt, R. Schuster, A. Del Duca, D. Graves, E. Gillespie.
FIRST ROW: L. McDermott, squad leader, B. Pingarron, G. Seemuller. SECOND ROW: N. Molina, drum
maior, Clara Little, squad leader, B. Mull, L, Bartling, D. Devlin, M. Wills, P. Sharp, P. O'Donnell.
Band nd Majorettes
William D. Burley, Director
With ninety marching members, the band of Moorestown High School has entertained fans at half-
time with enticing displays and exhibitions par excellence.
The members, which include thirteen cheerleaders, eight color guards, ten majorettes and a head
maiorette, will never forget the parade in New York. The Ivl.H.S. band received third honorable men-
tion in competition with bands from all over the nation.
Practice is the keynote and necessary for success, as emphasized by the drills after school during
B. McGann, captain, E. Hulse, G. Lebengood, J, Nutter, B. Dobbins, N. Bennett, B. Marroletti, J. Fontana.
Individual first choir members help
create a fine orchestra-A DelDuca, M.
Giordano, V. Emig, E. Louderback, M.
L. Van Gelder, D. Kensler, D. Crawford,
W. Brown, J. Yundt.
William D. Burley, Director
From the beginning ot each year Through commencement the orchestra plays an
important role in the musical activities at Moorestown. Under the able direction of
William D. Burley this organization plays for assemblies as well as the class plays. For
the first time this year the entire ensemble played in the Christmas Carol Service.
In the spring the orchestra goes on the road to present exchange programs. They
ioin several ot the other musical groups and make interesting presentations.
Perhaps the greatest single venture tor the orchestra is the Spring Music Festival
which requires the largest repertoire. Selections from the great masters are played,
as well as some lighter and more modern pieces.
STRINGS-FIRST ROW: W. Brown, W
Yovanlcin, L. Graham, R. Roberts. SEC
OND ROW: F. Johnston, P. Timothy,
A. Peyton, T. Haines, D. Kensler, M. L.
VanGelder. THIRD ROW: J. Conant, S.
Campbell, E. Makin, J. Kundt, M
Giordano. FOURTH ROW: H, Burr, R.
Tagg, M. Pargny, E. Jones, L. Barthold,
M. Stuart. FIFTH ROW: V. Emig, G.
Seemuller, P. O'Donnell, K. Gibson.
BRASS-FIRST ROW: M. Conrow, C.
Smithson. SECOND ROW: D. Crawford
D. Wiltshire, M. Schmif, H. Eggers.
THIRD ROW: E. Louderbock, P. Sfofsen
burg, G. Lepone, J. Mills.
WOODWIND-FIRST ROW: P. Newton,
J. Test. SECOND ROW: D. Kensler, E.
Delcny, M. Miller. THIRD ROW: K. Ab-
bott, A. DeIDucc, R. Schuster, B. Del-
Duca, G. Daley.
PERCUSSION-FIRST ROW: R. Ford, D
Keneclgy, I. Trosr, M. Eble, B. Zoun.
"At it again!"
"You're very much out of order."
"You dumb dogl VVon't you ever learn?"
"Hoo1 Rah! Rayl"
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"And when I took off my hat you Paid, 'Why didn't you
tell me your hair was red?' "
Seven of the best stagehonds.
"I can't properly mark CI test under conditions like
"But in our house there was Dad."
The stars and the narrators.
"Sol The Empire makes mistakesl Perhaps
you'll be fool-hardy enough to say that
your Emperor, himself, might make mis-
"A message from the Emperor. He wishes
me to be a teacher."
Nancy Boylan, Sue Whitlock, Judy
dridge, Deborah Cranmer, Carolyn Rc
ertson, Marie Pokorski, Carol Eipp
Meade Simpson, Philomena Durso, Vi
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HELEN Katie Kavanaugh
CORNELIA Gilda Lepone
THEODOSIA Mary DiMassimo
QUINTUS Edward Martino
ZHODA Nancy Nuckols
SIMON PETER Allan White
llBERlUS David Willett
IALIGULA William Roberts
SARPEDON Robert Beckershoft
SALOME Betty Atkinson
am Teague, Paul Carleton, Gerald
Ilyde, Joseph LoCicero, David Harmming,
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"Demetriusl Demetriusl Return!"
"That's what every crazy man thinksl The
crazier he is, the better he feels."
The diligent stagehancls.
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FIRST ROW: R. Zwirner, captain. SECOND ROW: J. Gromada, manager. H. Brooks, B. Waterheld K Brooks H Burton B Jacoby
H. David, N. Cuzzimano, I. Osherow, coach.
lsadore Osherow, Coach
The varsity basketball team had a rather poor year, winning only 4 games during the regular season
The highlight of the season came in the first round of the tournament when they decisively defeated a
highly favored Woodrow Wilson contingent by a 66 to 53 score.
Captain Rod Zwirner and Herman Meredith were the high scorers of the Moorestown cagers Zwirner
Meredith, and Ken Brooks were chosen for the second team ot the South Jersey All Star Team
FIRST ROW: J. Gilles ie, W. Hu t, . SECOND
p rs managers ROW: J. Ziccardi, J. Gregorio, R. Gaunt, O. Ellis-El, E. Kenyon, S. LeFevre,
B. Nehlsen, K. Kroupa, R. Gregorio, B. Rudderow, D. Schaarschmidt, W. McKay, coach.
Junior Varsit Freshman Basketball
William McKay, Coach
After a slow start the junior varsity rapidly improved
and finished the season with 8 wins and 9 losses. As the
season progressed a few members were promoted to the
varsity. Rudderow and Smith led the team in scoring.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
32 Audubon 43
29 Woodrow Wilson 74
28 Riverside 23
33 Haddonfield 40
26 Merchantville 52
38 Mi. Holly si
47 Haddon Heights 39
38 Burlington 50
43 Palmyra 42
46 Haddonfield 22
54 Mt. Holly 51
31 Haddon Heights 43
39 Burlington 40
41 Camden Vocational 31
52 Palmyra 38
48 Merchantville 49
42 Woodrow Wilson 55
Paul H. lsenberg, Coach
The freshman contingent had a sensational year as
they easily won the South Jersey Freshman Champion-
ship. They rolled through the regular season undefeated
with 13 consecutive wins. However, in the finals of the
Freshman Tournament at Collingswood, M.H.S. was de-
feated by Palmyra. David and Meredith were high
scorers for the freshman cagers,
43 Gloucester 21
24 Riverside 23
46 Burlington 35
45 Merchantville 32
45 Gloucester Catholic 34
44 Pennsauken Junior High 31
56 'Palmyra 26
43 Collingswood 24
42 Mi. Holly 37
41 Haddonfield Junior High 32
51 Oaklyn Junior High 19
61 Mt. Holly 50
39 Merchantville 13
I8 Oaklyn 7
18 Gloucester Catholic 6
25 Palmyra 26
FIRST ROW: R. LeFevre, B. Ridgway, J. Waldrond, D. Armstrong, H. James. SECOND ROW: J. Wescott, C. Tyson, R. Meredith, R.
Franke. THIRD ROW: P. lsenberg, coach, T. Hodgson, A. Burger, G. Weigle, B. Muse.
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FIRST ROW: J. Wren, M. Kistler, J. Calhoun, M. Beck, H. Hall, C. Little, J. McGann, D. Dessin. SECOND ROW: J. Gromada,
G. Webster, J. Kreider, R. Gregorio, R. Larkin, R. Middleton, B. Rudderow, H. Freynik, H. Gallagher. THIRD ROW: G. Masters,
Assistant Coach, A. Adams, F. Robinson, H. Brooks, J. Forchion, W. McKay, Coach, R. Butz, I. Workman, K. Brooks, C. Harvey,
G. Irwin, Assistant Coach.
This year's football team iust reversed the I953 record by compiling a record ot five wins, three losses,
and one tie. Co-captains Clarence Harvey and Harry Hall led the team in scoring with 4I and 36 points respec-
tively. Harvey also received the "Most Valuable Player Award" and Hall was voted the outstanding player in
the Mt. Holly game.
Among the many honors given to the players were: Clarence Harvey, All Group ll and All Burlington
County, Frank Robinson, All Group Ill, and Jim Forchion, All Burlington County.
Harvey and Hall are honored.
iPhoto-Courtesy of Mt. Holly Heralclj
I3 Haddonfield , . . . . . .25
I2 Merchantville . , , . . . 7
I9 Riverside ,... ,... I 3
I3 Burlington ...,. ,... 7
I9 Glassboro .,.... .... I 9
O Haddon Heights .,..... 26
6 Palmyra ....... .... 2 O
26 Audubon . . , , . 6
33 Mt. Holly ....2O
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FIRST ROW: W. Weed, T. Hodgson, J. Kincaid D Constantine J Urban R DeS' H
, . , . , . imone, . Regan, F, Arzillo, D, Hayes. SECOND
ROW: R. Patterson, C. Tyson, J. Sherfesee, B. Sullivan, H. David, A. Burger, W, Albrecht, J. Woitkowiak, C, Tonlinsin, E. Barrett,
P. Yachimske, C, Gromada, THIRD ROW: D. Steinmetz, J. Santarpio, R. Sutton, B. Calleny, D. Schock, Mr. Thomas, M. Spangler,
B. Reiss, T, McCurdy, J. Blake, D. Armstrong, Manager.
This season the freshmen again captured the'South Jersey Freshman Championship as they had done in three
ot the past tour years. Their undefeated record shows eight wins and one tie.
Although the Junior Varsity Football team did not achieve a winning season, the team had much determination
and spirit. Their final record shows three wins and six losses.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
FIRST ROW: D. Price, C. Fowler, R. Cole, C. Lueclers, J. Umberger, B. Albrecht, G, Clyde, S. Willis, SECOND ROW: J. Rizer,
P. Einselew, J. Trost, T. Mullen, B. Evoy, R. I-Iuettner, D. Edwards, O. Ellis-El, B. McCullough, Manager. THIRD ROW: C. Gromada,
D. Kensler, B. Yovanlcin, T. Brooks, H. Tull, R. Carlson, W. Hadlock, T. Stackhouse, D. Waddell, M. Stoclcum, G. Nichols, W. Klansek,
Candid Sports Shots
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CPho1os-Couriesy of Mt. Holly Heralcll
FIRST ROW: S. Peaker, M. Conrow, E. Gillespie, captain: B, Dobbins, M. Smith. SECOND ROW: M. McChesney, manager, B. Wright,
H. Gaines, M. Gray, B. Leonard, coach.
Betsey Leonard, coach
With Miss Leonard coaching tor her Hrst year at
M.H.5., the girls had a championship season, winning six
and tieing one. Marcia Gray, a sophomore, did exactly
halt the scoring with 105 points. Mary Conrow and Bev
The iunior varsity team had almost as successful a
season with only one loss, which was a one point
decision to Haddon Heights. Lynn Brown, Joan Nutter,
Audrey Peyton, and Barbara Wright did most of the
Dobbins added 67 and 27 respectively. The guards
Sandy Peaker, Millie Smith and Ellen Gillespie kept their
opponents down to 156 points.
scoring with 51, 45, 34, and 22 points respectively.
22 Haddon Heights 22
31 Merchantville 18
28 Haddontield 19
31 Haddon Heights 30
26 Merchantville 16
31 Haddonfield 26
41 Friends School 25
FIRST ROW: J. Gresch, manager: E. Spencer, B. Leonard, coach, A. Peyton, L. Moyer, manager. SECOND ROW: D. Young, S. Kohl,
L. Brown, B. Keller, A. Horrocks, C. Smithson, J. Young, C. Anderson, K. Sutton, E, Schruter, A. Hyland,
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FIRST ROW: D. Holmes, L. Oldershaw, G. Hurst, H. Meredith, R. Zwirner, T. Brooks, B. Jacoby. SECOND ROW: J. Gromada,
A. Marshall, H. Fanders, E. Rodgers, P. Isenberg, Coach, T. Walters, G. Kinneer, J. Robinson.
For the first time in several year the school was represented by a Cross Country team. Despite inexperience, they
finished undefeated with three wins and one tie. In the State Group l, ll, Ill Championships, the team of Zwirner,
Meredith, Brooks, Jacoby, and Hurst placed second. ln winning the race Zwirner established a new state record of
12 minutes 48.4 seconds.
Coach P. H. lsenberg congratulates Rod Zwirner
iPhoto - Courtesy of News Chroniclel
28 Mt. Holly ........., 28
15 Collingswood ...... 54
21 Mt. Holly ....34
24 Woodbury . , .... 3'
FIRST ROW: E. Spencer, H. Gaines, S. Peaker, J. Nutter, M. Simpson, M. Conrow, E. Gillespie, Captain, S. Guerin, P. Timothy,
T. Williams, R. Rogers, S. Keefe, M. Smith, J. Taggart. SECOND ROW: I. Engelhard, J. Test, N. Birmingham, B. Wright, C. Millar,
D. Holbertson, C. Smithson, A. Horrocks, J. Stiles, E. Hare, M. Metcalf, A. Peyton, A.sHyland, M. McChesney, C. Eipper. THIRD ROW:
C. Anderson, S. Thum, V. Laubenstein, K. Sutton, E. Makin, L. Brown, B. Keller, J. Schneider, P. Lehman, Coach, S. Smithson, E. Schrufer
E. Jones, J. Knapp, S. Kohl, N. Nuchols, C. Edmondson, L. Ratener, G. Leinberger.
Phyllis K. Lehman, Coach
For the first time since I939, Moorestown has had championship hockey teams. Both the Varsity and Jun-
ior Varsity were unbeaten. Fine teamwork, excellent coaching, and a determination to win accounted for the suc-
cesses. The captain of the victorious squad was Ellen Gillespie. High scorer was Janet Taggart with seven followed
by Mary Conrow with five.
Sept. 30 Haddonfield 3 O
J.V. 5 O
Oct. 7 Merchantville 2 I
J.V. 5 0
Oct. I4 Haddon Heights 2 O
J.V. I I
Oct. 2I Haddonfield 4 2
J.V. 2 0
Oct. 28 Merchantville 2 I
J.V. 6 I
Nov. 4 Haddon Heights O O
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Nov. 9 Moorestown Friends 2 O
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DIVING BOARD-FRONT TO BACK: G. Leinberger, T. Williams, C. Payne, I. Trost, M. Simpson, P. Timothy, M. .Schmit, R. Swindell, J.
Taggart. FIRST ROW: C. Collins, C. Thompson, D. Bookhammer, D. Gray, J. Gray, D. Holberton, A. Calhoun. SECOND ROW: B.
Pingarron, G. Seemuller, J. Schneider, P. Newton, C. Eipper, J. Test, I. Englehard, V. Laubenstein, P. Reardon, J. Gleason, manager,
M. Peacock. STANDING: M. Van Gelder, manager, B. Thomas, coach.
Beatrice Thomas, coach
The girl's swimming team triumphed again this season with a final record ofthe South Jersey Championship
and first place in the open group meet,
The undefeated season also yielded several new league records. Jo Ann Test established 23.8 as the forty
yard free-style record. Chris Payne, June Schneider, and Jo Ann Test ra-ced to a 37.5 finish for record sixty yard
medley relay time. Ruth Rogers, Mary Schmidt, Pat Timothy, and Jo Ann Test broke the eighty yard freestyle
relay team record with a time of 44.3.
At the interscholastic Meet held at the University of Pennsylvania, the varsity team placed third-one point
behind second place. The iunior varsity team captured second place.
2I Lower Merion 36
46 Merchantville I3
46 Haddon Heights I3
46 Collingswood I3
44 Merchantsville I5
44 Haddon Heights I2
46 Collingswood I3
52 Group Meet 22
FIRST ROW: W. Brown, R. Butz, B. Pingarron, R. Michel, E. Barney, A. Salmon, J. Trost, G. Collings. SECOND ROW D Oest B Kite
A. Hoff, W. Cromley, J. Clyde, W. Albrecht, C. Michel. THIRD ROW: J. Augustine, R. Pastl, B. Eller, B. Callery T Stackhouse C Savery
B. Arthur, E. Barrett, D. Guy, manager. FOURTH ROW: B. Barroway, C. Muntz. NOT PICTURED: R. McMenamm
AI Thomas, coach
The boys' swimming team finished in second place, bowing out only to Merchantville It was an exciting
season that resulted in a championship swim oft with Merchantville. Due to a disqualification M H S lost the
championship. In the Open Meet M.H.S. 'finished third.
Coach Al Thomas guided the victorious mermen. Several varsity lettermen will return next season
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VARSITY AND J. V.
FIRST ROW: T. Brooks, W. Denny, S. Bunce, M. Collins, J. Pence, A. Greenberg, B. Timothy, D. Norcross, M. Biddle, A. Marshall,
J. Robinson. SECOND ROW: J. LoCicero, J. Krieder, J. Calhoun, S. Berger, K. Brooks, L. Oldershaw, R, Zwirner, R. Larkin, C, Harvey,
M. Stockum, A. Moore-El. THIRD ROW: J. Robinson, manager, T. Mason, E. Rogers, D. Waddell, D. Edwards, H. Burton, R. Harvey,
R. Cole, G. Nichols. FOURTH ROW: D. Hamilton, Coach: C. Hurst, R. Holly, J. Matlock, B. Hadlock, W. Hurst, G. Irwin, Coach,
19 11: Track
The Moorestown track team completed the Hrst successful season in recent years. In dual and triangular
meets they deteated Woodrow Wilson, Burlington, Mount Holly, Glassboro, Camden Catholic, and Camden Voca-
P. lsenberg, Coach.
In the Penn Relays, the Mile Relay Team of K. Brooks, Bunce, Greenberg and Zwirner won their section
and also placed second to Palmyra in the South Jersey Competition.
Miler Rod Zwirner was the only Moorestown winner in the Group III meet. In the state meet the team tied
for third as Zwirner and K. Brooks won the Mile and 440 respectively.
FIRST ROW: G. Hurst, J. Matlock, R. Cole, E. Rogers, R. Waddell, D. Edwards, L. Marshall, H. Meredith, W. Hurst. SECOND ROW:
R. Smythe, F. Smith, J. Smith, R. Holly, E. Fitzpatrick, J. Johnson, G. Niedermayer, B. Hadlock, R. Collins. THIRD ROW: R. Harvey,
G. Irwin, Coach, M. Stockum.
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FIRST ROW: R. Collins, C. Good, J. Frost, W. Pursch, R. Singley, R. Holley, D. Oest, J. Lo Cicero, A. Nelson, T. Latwinas. SECOND
ROW: B, Lepone, C. Ruttenberg, J. McDonnell, M. Peacock, L. Brunson, F. Heller, captain, G. Cragg, B. Cheesman, P. Schade
THIRD ROW: M. Plaskett, G. Lepone, R. Miles, T. Stackhouse, D. Willett, J. Horton, T. Housley, captain, J. Forvour, C. Hodgson
F. Klevan, adviser.
scheduled matches this season.
Francis Klevan, Adviser BOWLING SCORES
With only nine scheduled matches the girls' 908 Olney
bowling team got off to a rather unsuccessful start 859 Lincoln
with three losses. The boys team had only a few un- C J Woodrow Wilson
Under the direction of a new coach, Mr. Klevan, E 3 SFni,nhil,Zn
the bowlers again this year held weekly practice K y Oglerbrook
at the Sports Center in Camden. Faith Heller and 4 J ST JOhn,S
Terry Housley were honored as team captains. K J Woodrow Wilson
l l Philadelphia
FIRST ROW: N. Cuzzimano, B. Jacoby, R. Robinson, G. Marks, J. Eck, H. David, H. Bowen. SECOND ROW: G. Wearshing, Coach,
J. Tworzydlo, D. Emig, P. Williams, J. Young, C. Dunhour, J. Hutnick,
19 4 Baseball
The 1954 baseball team, composed almost entirely of iuniors and sophomores, compiled a record of
four wins and ten losses. Jacoby led the pitchers with three wins while Dunhour and Webster were the only
hitters who batted over 300.
6 Haddon Heights 7
2 Woodrow Wilson 9
0 Woodrow Wilson 8
3 Burlington 2
l Palmyra 4
4 Mi. Holly 3
l Burlington 5
3 Palmyra 7
10 Mt. Holly 4
3 Haddonfield 8
4 Haddonfield 6
3 Haddon Heights 4
5 Merchantville 9
O Merchantville i0
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J UN IDB VARSITY BASEBALL
Kistler, G. Eminecker, G. Leonard, F. Wilson, R. Waterfield, C. Little, D.-Schaarschmit, J. Howle, G. Weorshing, Coach. l
FRESHMAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS '
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3 Cleory Junior High 0 gf? A
7 Palmyra 2 A
9 Mt. Holly 2 't"V 'W '
5 Palmyra 2 1'
3 Collingswood 2 If
4 Mt. Holly 5 -Q Q A X, A
I2 Hoddonfield Junior High 4 I ,-.
I5 Merchontville O
6 Oolclyn I
F RESHMAN BASEBALL
FIRST ROW: D. Guy, R. Kane, R. Morris, R. Gauntt, L. Nogle, R. Emenecker, T. Scudder. SECOND ROW: J. Stotsenburg, J. Good
sen R. M M '
, c enamin, J. McCord, S. LeFevre, R. Emenecker, C. Fowler, J. Klauder, Manager THIRD ROW- J Umberger B Ba'l
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A. Berger,,H. Tull, D. Ke-nsler, R. Tagg, R. Carlson, T. Hodson, J. Woitkowiak, A. Thomas, Coach.
C. Haines, G. Cunningham. SECOND ROW: D. Holmes, P. Sherill, W. Rudderow, J. Ernst. THIRD ROW: S. Ellis-ell, M
FIRST ROW: A. Peyton, B. Spencer, M. DiMassimo, E. Gillespie, C. Terry, M. Phful, B. Baldwin, M. Conrow, B. Wright. SECOND ROW:
D. Nolan, manager, L. McDermott, F. Smith, J. Gresch, l. Engelhard, C. Hodgson, H. Burr, P. Schade, R. Swindell, T. Williams, A.
Twordzylo, C. Black, J. Stiles. THIRD ROW: K. Kavanaugh, manage, P. Lehman, coach, N. Lindstrom, J. Nutter, M. Guertler, M.
Peacock, J. Jabes, J. Vetkoskey, L. Kay, B. Barthold, P. Delaney, B. Heal, manager.
Phyllis K. Lehman, Coach
The Moorestown softball team finished the year
with a record of three wins and two losses. The high-
light of the season was a win over Palmyra, when
the girls came from behind to win in the last mo-
ments of the game-9-8.
The girls were coached by Mrs. Lehman and
were captained by Gloria Peaker, with Carol Terry
serving as co-captain.
Haddon Heights lApril 283
Haddonfield lMay 9D
Merchantville KMay l4J
Palmyra lMay 183
Collingswood lMay 265
FIRST ROW: C. Creedon, captain, J. Mount, J. Franke, D. Miller, S. Nordlund, J. Butlciewicz, B. Rogliano. SECOND ROW: W. Miles,
Erwin Tschebull, Coach
C. Hubler, J. LoCicero, B. Barthold, M. Miller, J. Coleman.
Last spring the golf team won the South Jersey High School Championship for the third consecutive
year. They finished the season by soundly defeating Camden, Woodrow Wilson, Collingswood, Merchant-
ville, Haddonfield, Haddon Heights, and Mt. Holly.
Seven members of this victorious team are returning to compete in the 1955 season of golf.
FIRST ROW: J. Risk, J. Loveioy, J. McCarthy. SECOND ROW: B. Rogers, B. Barroway, R. Butz, J. Millman, B. McNeil, F. Estelow,
E. Tschebull, coach, R. Zwirner.
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of all education is the ABILITY
to make ourselves do the thing we have to do
WHEN it ought to be done,
whether we like it or not.
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Moorestown High School
YOUR guardian of quality
in radio, television, electronics
and recorded music . . .
achieved through leadership
in research, engineering
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Steak Sandwiches French Fried Dogs Hamburgers
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Best wishes to the
Moorestown I-Iigh School Graduates
CLASS OF 1955
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