Moorestown Senior High School - Nutshell Yearbook (Moorestown, NJ)

 - Class of 1957

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t ' 'A L... 7 V , 4' 7 . W7 awar-Jusz7wrrv-EWV W X 2 ' ' 7 P$E5ENTW$ "ImmMlIllMillllIIHMIIIIHIIIIIIIIHHI TSHELL ; Ban Voyage In September, 1953, we boarded a ship which would take us on a journey through four of the most cherishedtyears of our lives. From the first days aboard, we began to write a class log. Dramatic productions, sports activities, musicals, proms, examinations-uthey all drifted by and were entered into the log as memorable events. Every class member wrote his own'page 1n the class log. Almost before we realized it, we had reached our destin- ation with the assistance of the ship's officers, our teachers. Graduation day marked the end of our voyage. Now, as we disembark from that ship of memories and walk dowu the gangplank, we look forward to a future of smooth sailing days. ' Dcdimtiau KATHRYN R. SWALM To Mrs. Kathryn R. Swalm, in recognition of her constant concern and encouragement, her respect for e ach indiv idual, and the inspiration of her living 7 embodiment ofChristian ideals, we, the Class of 1957, gratefully dedicate this our yearbook. "If you have knowledge, let others light their candles 111' Memoriam "Death is but crossing the worl they ,live in one another still." William Penn, "1 i, as friends do the seas; ?ruits of Solitude" HOWARD A. DERLIN Former President of the Board of Education BEULAH B RTON ROY SHREVE Former High School Maintenance Man Class of '57 James Truslow Adams once said, HThere are obviously two educations. One should teach us how to make a living and the other how to live." . . . . You have had an oppor- tunity through your educational endeavors to learn something of both typ e s of education. Your success and happiness in life will depend to a large measure on how you have met this opportunity. Soon life's activities will be different for all of you. To some it will be the beginning of a new and higher education, and to others, the beginning of business life or home cares. Whatever the new goal is, we trust you will me et its challenge in the true spirit of Moorestown High School, and that you will give your best to the World you live in. In that way you are sure to receive the best that the world can offer you. PAUL R. JONES Superintendent of Schools lMtssagc to 2711; Senior: Comparing your high school career to an ocean voyage seems appropriate to me. All of your experiences deserve recording inthis "log" . Individually, you have survived rough waters, hidden shoals , and contrary winds , but ever-widening horizons indicate your voyage is just beginning. The excitement of a new cruise beckons you on. Having completed your apprenticeship, we can assume that you have learned to accept responsibilities either as an officer or as amember ofthe crew. We feel certain that you willdedicate yourselfeagerly tothe service of all others aboard ship. As the navigator looks to the heavens to determine his bearings, you, too, must occasionally lookupward to check your onward progress. We, who will be watching from sea to shore, hope thatthe years spent with us will help you chart a course that will lead to smooth sailing and safe harbors. Bon Voyage! ALFR ED GEMMELL Principal of High School 13mm! 0f 8dumtibu Moorestown, New Jersey 60mmittcc Khairmm President . . . . . . . Mr. J. Randall Cusworth Vice-President . . . . . . Mr. C . Dixon Heyer Athletics 81 Student Activities Insurance Mr. John Wolcott Mr. Albert C. Hobbie Cafeteria New School Buildings Mrs. Ruth K. Dougherty Mr. Vincent G. Bush Finance Teachers and Organization Mr. C . Dixon Heyer Mr. Marvin Brunson Health Transportation Mrs. Lillian Del Duca Mr. Albert C. Hobbie Insurance Mr. Albert C. Hobbie New Sites Mr. Walter L. Molineux The Board of Education 15 elected as representatives of the citizens and assumes its function as a policy- forming body The formulated policies are designed to make for better schools. Mrs. Ruth L. Dougherty, Mr Vincent G. Bush, Mrs. Lillian Del Duca,Mr.J.Randa11 CuSWorth, President; Mr. C. Dixon Heyer, Vice- President; Mr. Marvin H.Brunson,M1-. John Wolcott, Mr. Walter L. Molineux, Mr. AlbertC. Hobbie. Raymond S. Clapperton Social Studies "The small minority who, through Barbara 5, Allen their actions, cause English "Noisy homerooms." embarrassment to others ." Margaretta F. Chegwidden Art "Loosenng the set screws in the tables so they crash." Ruth B. Bump Librarian "Finding things in the wrong places." Marion Branick English "Talkative girls ." Bernice H. Borneman Director of Cafeteria and Home Economics "Students who don't enjoy any food." Margaret M. Binker Assistant to the and Guidance Stewart J. Barthold Mathematics "Students who don't ask enough questions." h Louise McC . Bechtel Executive Assistant to the Superintendent "Ignorant people." V High School Principal Robert Barrall Social Studies and Attendance "Feeble excuses." Blair B. Bechtel Mathematics "They who forget things." Jeanne A. Berner Secretary in High School Office "Rudeness ." "People who criticize and either can't or won't improve the situation." Elsie M. Clark English Margaret Jackson "Tardiness ." Margaret Crispin English , Business Education "Lack of organization." "Gum chewing typists." X Paul H. Isenberg Emily F. Daniels Athletic Director English "The non-athletes who crit- "Elvis Presley." icize the athletic and never compete." Anthony C . Ruth P. Darnell Music Directr Nurse "Off-key glee club "People who are sick at 8:50 a.m." Frances Hubbard Lawrence Diehl Permanent Substitute Teacher Industrial Arts "Untidy classrooms." "Disorganization." Caroline T. Haas Florenc e L. Heal Home Economics . A Latin "Eighth period clothing." DOI'ISIM. Hall "Small classrooms for Enghsh and large classes." Bedside Instruction "Boys who are not gentle- men." Esther A. Jerald Social Studies Pearl B. King "Mathematics in any form.H Business Education 'HStudent who replies, 1I was absent yesterday."' Margaret S. McKelvey English and Latin "Talking in class." William Klansek Mathematics "Students who don't follow instructions." George W. Masters Physical Education "Girls dancing on the gym floor." N Barbara Marx Secretary in High School Office z'Ditto carbon.H w Francis Klevan Driver Education w "Stupidity." ,1 , Xx Michael Maddock K. Kiki Konstantinos English and Speech Science "Students who ramble when "Butting in line." writing compositions.H w w Thalia Kouvatis Phyllis K. Lehman Physical Education . Home Economics "Girls who can't be trusted to Marlon 14- Leconey "Noisy classrooms." do what they are told." Treasurer of Student Funds "Accounts that don't balancel' Elizabeth McKinney Marian Rodney English and Spanish Kenneth C. Merrill English and Guidance "Messy talkers." Guidance Director "Students wasteful of time and "People who tear the paper off materials." the Carol Service flashlights." Ruth W. Schwartz Violet Murray English and Guidance Nurse HBoys who have possibilities "Student malingerers." and are satisfied with being mediocre." Peter Monska Athletic Coach "School cake sales." Mark E. Setzer Science and Mathematics "Paper-littered classrooms." William Rizos Social Studies "I'm too happy Richard A. Noyes to have any gripes." Industrial Arts h h "Boys cutting-up in class." Phillip J. Quinn Pearl Onacko Business Education Business Education and "Students coming to class Elizabeth J. Parsons Social Studies without text books." French and Journalism "Noisy classes." "Chewing gum." Florence E. Sharp . Social Studies o ' W. Grover Wearshmg "People who don't. get their Ehgabeth C. Shlinn Busmess Educatlon Physical Education work done on time." "Girls and cars." "People Who can't say good morning pleasantly." W Erwin T. Tschebull Science I'Dumb women of any age." QVM'MM Marjorie V. Smiley Spanish "First year student saying, 'I can't pronounce it.' " Ruth S. Webster Secretary in Board Room "Too many interruptions." Rosemary Tracy Mathematics V'Students who stand in front of Room 101 at 3:15." Norman 5. Steinmeyer Business Education "Roman numerals." w Melvin Thompson Science HPeople who answer out of turn." I 33$ Kathryn R. Swalm Social Studies "People who admit defeat before they try.H Charles W.Wib1e Science "Chewing gum in the water fountains ." w Albert F. Thomas Winifred Thompson Social Studies and Guidance Athletic Coach "People who don't stand up Beatrice M. Thomas "Boys late for practice." straight for the flag salute." Athletic Coach "Girls who don't have any physical activities after school." KIKLKIK Y I f 'XLLLJ 1111 L uLulelmuLLmenLl v.'..IlIIIYIIlLIlXL:; H SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Nancy Miller, secretary; Kenneth Kroupa, treasurer; John Trost, vice-president; Daniel Kensler, president. amt Happy Voyage Ship ahoy! We, of the class of 1957, were welcomed aboard ship as Freshmen in 19 5 3 . Upon charting our course, each of us found awaiting a stimulating challenge and opportunity to be outstanding in s uch phases as government, dramatics, sports, classes, music, and social activities. Sometimes navigation through choppy waters caused concern, but due to an overpowering determination, such obstacles were overcome. Now we as Seniors can safely dock - mission accomplished! We have a. deep sense of gratitude for the aid and kindness render- ed by the crew members in making our lives richer and fuller for h av ing s aile d the high seas during four splendid years thaf abounded with happiness. These experiences will remain with us as b right 1y a s the beacon light of knowledge insuring all a promising future. Senior Advism RAYMOND S. CLAPPERTON PEARL B. KING NORMAN S. STEINMEYER RUTH W. SCHWARTZ William Kenneth Albrecht 83 East Second Street Moorestown General Motorcycle fiend . . . me- chanic, deluxe . . . home- room riot instigator . . . air force bound. Charlotte Marion Angelow 11 West Center Street Maple Shade Scientific Collingswoodvi s it o r . . . art addict . . . super wait- ress . . . likes to be alone. John William Augustine 315 Stiles Avenue Maple Shade General "I don'tknow." . . . navy under water demolition team . . . hunter. . . water sports. Wayne Gerald Amber 804 East Main Street Maple Shade Scientific Gunning enthusiast . . . ex- bus boy . . . Schuckis man . . . Wildwood fan. Mabel R. Alexander North Lenola Road Moorestown Business Shorthand whiz . . . Wild- wood enthusiast . . . col- lector of earrings and bracelets. Robert Harry Arthur 504 North Coles Avenue Maple Shade General Beachcomber. . . '57 Ford . . . impartial to homework . . .carfiend. . .handsome lad. J. Wayne Barnaby 210 East Center Avenue Maple Shade Business The man with the baritone v o i c e . . . Weight-lifting mu 5 cle builder . . . likes girls . iWithdrewi W , Dorothy Ann Barrett Oregon Avenue Moorestown Business Pizza queen . . . collector of stuffedanimals . . . pre- fers pink Fords . . . marine lover. Beve rly Ann Barthold Haines Mill Road Moorestown Scientific Versatile miss . . . peppy cheerleader . . . future nurse . . . giggles galore. Mary J. Bauer 34 East Camden Avenue W. Moorestown Busine s s Instigator of fun . . . par- tial to the airforce . . . prefers a Nash . . . Lenola lass. Carol Mildred Black 207 East Park Avenue Maple Shade Busine s 5 Roller skating fan . . . favors Kings College . . . petite mis s . . . domestic interests. Linda Haines Barthold 215 South Washington Ave. Moorestown Classical Vivacious blonde . . . chat- terbox . . . music lover . . . fond of boys . . . future teacher. Laraine Kay Brant 534 Oxford Drive Maple Shade Business Anchor's away . . . attrac- tive color guard . . . smil- ing artist . . . thespian. Loretta Joan Bartling 240 West Park Avenue Maple Shade Business Day dreamer, deluxe . . . partial to crew cuts . . . pleasing personality. . . M.S.U. Samuel Nicholas Bellettiere 235 Crawford Avenue Maple Shade Scientific "Do you pronounce it the French way?" . . . basket- ball enthusiast . . . fond of gals. Lorraine Delores Brendell Church Road Mt. Laurel Business Expert baby sitter . . . quiet lass . . . reserved . . .HaddonHeights fan . . . dancer. Charmaine Irene Brenner 36 Paul Road Maple Shade Business Refreshing personality . . . future homemaker . . . oral- ly expressive . . . Mt. Holly fan. Joan M. Bruce 129 Center Street W. Moorestown Business Eddie Fisher fan . . . well attired lass . . . reserved . . . charming personality. Helen Rogers Burr 37 East Main Street Moorestown Classical Rock 'n rolling goldilocks . . . sweet, sparkling smile, petite French savant . . . mad musician. Susan Ann Brown 36 Beech Street Moorestown Business Neat dresser . . . "Suzie" . . . U.S.Navyfan... enjoys serving . . . lover of fun. Irene Elizabeth Brodie 612 Winston Place Moorestown Business Unique giggle . . . long fin- gernails . . . rebellious Irishman . . .hill billy mu- sic lover. Lois S. Brunson 20 East Central Avenue Moorestown Scientific Hobart fan . . . always helpful . . . future nurse . . . Culinary kid . . . knit- ter. Barbara Ann Carlson 101 Merion Road Colwick Business Keeper of a Merchantville ring . . . especially well groomed . . . U.S. Air Force. Richard Wakefield Carlson 607 Bowling Green Moorestown Scientific "Hey, coach!" . . . capable Monitor Club prexy . . . jazz fiend . . . versatile . . . "Rich". James Francis Carroll 315 Rudderow Avenue Maple Shade General Chem whiz . . . class cut-up . . .baseball fiend. . .navy career . . . Mr. Wible's boy. Roy D. Cole 325 South Church Street Moorestown Business Refreshing personality . . . outdoor man . . . V'Hound Dog" . . . handsome chauf- feur. Constance Helene Collins Chapel Avenue Merchantville Classical Swimming party hostess . . . pony tail . . . well-attired lass . . . cute sewing ex- pert. Jeanette Kathlene Chicano 31 Lanci Road Maple Shade Business Spaghetti lover . . . mer- maid, deluxe. . . tons of laughs . . . petite lass . . . Chevy lover. Joseph F. Cassano 27 Valley View Terrace Moorestown Classical Three o'clock terror . . . Elvis Presley's double . . . anything for a laugh . . . veteran. Garret F. Collings 101 Seventh Street Riverton Scientific Ace wet back . . . boister- ous . . . snappy dresser . . . navy man . . . trouble in- stigator. Richard Edmund Collins Chapel Avenue Merchantville Scientific Ace bowler . . . one of Mr. Wible's boys . . . wheezer . . . college goer. Margaret May Cooker 58 South Poplar Avenue Maple Shade Business Sweet and sincere . . . "Cas- per" . . . partial to Penn- sauken . . . always smiling. William F. Crabtree Nancy Loretta Cusworth Route $f73 608 Maple Court Moorestown Moorestown Business Scientific Good natured husband . . . prefers them Young . . . outdoor man . . . Steiny's helper. The only coed at Lehigh . . . elementary teacher . . . "I 10 s t nine pounds ! " avid reader. Lance George Cronmiller 207 Bridgeboro Road Moorestown Scientific Stylishdresser . . . initialed jewelry . . . capable prexy . . . penetrating smile . . . actor. Jill Elizabeth Davis Memorial Lane Masonville Gardens Barbara Ann Diehl 311 Colonial Ridge Moorestown Classical Business Cute and cagey Cut-up . . . "Bunny" , . , White Chevy temperamental red-head . convertible , . . capable . , future busmess educa- secretary. , .college goer. tor. Rose Marie Di Massimo Hartford Road Moorestown Business Appreciates good humor . . . refreshing personality . . . ideas,ga10re . . . smiling lass. Nancy Ann Di Massimo Hartford Road Moorestown Dolores A. Diorio 114 Grant Avenue W. Moorestown Business Business Continually conquEd . - - Miss Bump's helper . . . pianoplayer always quietandreserved . . . keeps you laughing . . . cooking whiz . . . hillbilly "Weeniette." music addict. u i i Joseph P. Dugan 48 East Linwood Avenue Maple Shade General Maple Shade clown . . . ice skating champ . . . always smiling . . . fun instigator. g Raymond T. Emenecker 22.9 East Main Street Maple Shade General Casual lad . . .j.v.baseba11 pro . . . model airplanes . . .fishing fiend . . . air force bound. Walter Levis Emenecker 229 East Main Street Maple Shade General Girlwatcher ...mode1 railroad enthusiast . . . navy career . . . reserved lad. Othello Ellis-El 97 South Church Street Moorestown General "Big Eel" . . . mighty half- back . . . crazy singer . . . future policeman. Pete Einselen Rancocas Woods R.D. ffZ, Mt. Holly Scientific Pilot of "Old Gray Mare" . . . superduper ice cream scooper . . . riot raiser. Robert Walter Emenecker 79 East Main Street Marlton Classical Homeroom horror . .. pleasing personality . . . chauffeur of a Ford . . . outspoken. Irmgard E. Engelhard 53 Claypoole Avenue Moorestown Classical Language ace . . . ready, willing, prompt, and eager for fun . . . skilled mer- maid. Margaret Mary Ernst 107 North Forklanding Road Maple Shade Business Ten pins threat . . . con- noisseur of food . . . skilled secretary . . . studious. William I. Evoy 10 Prospect Avenue Clare Frances Fink Moorestown Hooton Road Moorestown Scientific Classical Fabulous swimming parties . . . 1'Scrabble" . . . "I got Contagious smile. . . Elvis to be home early." . Presley follower...indus- straight man. trious gal . . . driving fiend. Robert Jay Farwell 15 Lake Drive Rancocas Woods Scientific T-Square tycoon . . . joke- ster,deluxe . . . future en- gineer . . . bottle shrinker. Richard Anthony Fink Hooton Road Moorestown James Robert Fitzpatrick Rancocas Boulevard R.D. IhLZ, Mt. Holly Scientific General Gardener superb ' ' ' ace Bone yard . . . song writer m e chanic . . . television record collector enthus1ast - - - 311' for C9 casual smile . . . class wit. bound. Joan E. Forvour 70 East Third Street Moorestown Scientific Horse lover . . . active sportsman. . . bowling ace . . . attracted to dark gentle - men. Robert Clark Ford 525 Chestnut Street Moorestown Janice Carol Foster 535 Oxford Drive Maple Shade Classical Business Perfect gent . . . versatile musician . . . Tommy Dorsey, the second . .. crew cut kid. "Always Jan" . . . "Eat to- day, diet tomorrow!" . . . congenial salesgir1.. . curly. Craig Schafer Fowler 112 West Oak Avenue Moorestown Jacqueline Carol Furphy 50 Gradwell Avenue Maple Shade Classical Business Speed demon . . . guardwith form ..."This is what Grocerystorequeen... they wear in college." . . . culinarywhiz . . . "Preach- cool belts. er" . . . future secretary. Jack William Frost 310 South Church Street Moorestown General "Randy" . . . flying enthus- iast . . . camera hobbyist . . . Latin lover . . . air force bound. Earl A. Gale Marne Highway Masonville General Tomato picker . . . avid fan of country music and Grand Ole Opera . . .prefers Barbara Ann Gattone 112 Pettit Avenue Merchantville Business "Cleopatra" . . . color guard . . . always smiling . . . enjoys dancing. sWith- girls and horses. drews John Fredrick Gee 52 West Woodcrest Avenue Maple Shade Scientific Smartly attired lad . . . per- sonable Maple Shader . . . college bound . . . sports fan. Ronald H. Gauntt Marne Highway Masonville Lawrence A. Gerlock 442 South F orklanding Road Maple Shade General General Admirer of the majorettes . . . star basketball player . . . Las Vegas bound . . . fun lover. . National guardsman . . . southern penpals . . . smart dresser . . . singing Maple Shader. I. David Gold 311 Rudderow Avenue Maple Shade John Henderson Gillespie 207 Pleasant ValleyAvenue Moorestown Scientific Business Red hair and freckles . . . woman chaser . . . "Happy Irishman" . . .future C.P.A. "My way or the highway." . . .calendar collector . . . drive-in patron. Charles Anthony Goad 9 Mecray Lane Maple Shade Scientific Golf and bowling advocate . . . "Come in and see my house.H . . . Penn Fruit worker . . . engineer. Jack L. Goodwin Highway 1W3 John Thomas Goodson 51 Helen Avenue Maple Shade Moorestown Scientific Business Casual playboy. . .bowling Chevy chauffeur . . . favors enthusiast . . .future engi- the clas 5 of '56 . . . man neer . . . tall, good-looking behind the came ra . . . lad. "Fingers." Marcia Jean Gray 433 North Church Street Moorestown Scientific Geometry whiz . . . sensa- tional basketball whiz . . . partial to Palmyra . . . peppy cheerleader. Diane Kathe rine Gray 503 Kings Highway Joseph F. Gregorio East Main Street Moorestown Marlton Classical General "Anybody for a swim?" . . Cute cage: . . . date bait . .gold sneakers ...hiker ..class flirt ...navy . . . future nurse . . . dar- bound . . . obliging lad. ing lass. Judith Ann Gresch 202 East Wilson Avenue Moorestown Classical Happy -go -1ucky instigator of fun . . . capable I.B . T. veep . . . "Want to go swim- ming?" Louise M. Gross 74 Lorraine Avenue Moorestown Business Florida bound. . . appealing smile . . . unlimited humor . . . enjoys rock 'n roll. David Clark Guy R.D. iifZ Moorestown Scientific "The Brain" . . . manager, supreme . . . visitor of Capitol . . . baseball fan. Joseph J. Hall 421 North Church Street Moorestown Business King of the chickens . . . air force bound . . . "Cool it." . . .1adylover. William Edward Hadlock 325 East Central Avenue Moorestown Scientific Track trooper . . . mild man . . . varsity drag. . . bound for Holy Cross . . . chem- istry lover. Marietta Loveland Guertler 407 Thomas Avenue Riverton Classical Star catcher . . . French fan . . . boating and swim- ming ace . . . quiet and re- served. June Vianna Haas R.D. 15H Church Road Mt. Laurel Business Partialto Room 205 . . . industrious lass . . . art hobbyist . . . future sec- retary. David Joseph Hanarty, Jr. 11 Evergreen Road Rancocas Woods Business Prefers class of '59.. . love 5 to drive that crazy jeep . . . mixed up kid. Elaine I. Hankele 282 West Second Street Moorestown Business Bookkeeping whiz . . . pre- fers class of '56 . . .partial to U.S. Army . . . scatter- brain. Mercedes Maria. Hernandez 8 West Maple Avenue Moorestown Business Spanishwhiz . . . pretty and petite . . . capable baby sitter . . . future secretary. Robert Holley Tom Brown Road Moorestown bcientific Expert party-giver . . . nat- ural borncomic . . . sensa- tionally ve r satile . W. Lester Hercher 28 South Terrace Avenue Maple Shade General Ace agriculturist . . . quiet and shy . . . crew cut lad .. . . hunting hobbyist. Robert L. Hawk 62 East Second Street Moorestown Clas sical Talentedthespian . . . pre- fers freshmen . . . HMrs. Swalm, Idisagree." . . jazz fiend. Carol Marie Hodgson 15 Pleasant Valley Avenue Moorestown Classical Skilled linguist . . . blushes beautifully . . . likeable per- sonality . . . attractive. Barbara Ann Holloway 222. Linden Street Moorestown Business Partial to the navy . . . ex- pert dancer . . . blusher, deluxe . . "Hornyl' Patricia Mary Homan 420 West Front Street Maple Shade Classical Drexel and crew cuts -- al- ways . . . redheaded bomb- shell . . . partial to green . . . party girl. John Roy Horton 617 North Coles Avenue Maple Shade Eleanore L. Hulse 26 East Oak Avenue Moorestown Scientific Business Quiet and reserved . . . ten . d . Ocean Cityvisitor . . . cap- Elnsd a d1ct ' ' ' college tain of the guards . . . class oun ' ' ' algebra ace. cut-up . . . LaSalle lover. Carl John Hubler 210 North Fellowship Road Maple Shade General Prefers blondes . . . trap- ping enthusiast . . . future navy man . . . prefers blue Fords. Wilbur Scott Hur st Gall Heathcock Hurst 318 East Central Avenue 318 East Central Avenue Moorestown Moorestown Scientific Scientific Shy intellectual . . . future Industrious 1.3.d . . . chagf- feur of a Buick . . . soma- chemist . . . the other half . . . camping enthusiast. ble and well diked ' ' ' track star. Nancy Kay Janos 3 Arlington Avenue Maple Shade General Cute and cagey . . . re- freshing personality . . . future nurse . . . depend- able lass. Dennis Michael Hutnick Main and Forklanding Road Carolyn Roberta Jans 124 West Oak Avenue Maple Shade Moorestown Scientific Classical "Doodie" . . . private nurse Lafayette bound . , . "Olds" . . . comedian - . - hu'moxj- chauffeur . . . fabulous sign ous thespian. - - riot 1nst1- collector . . . well attired. gator. Judith Carole Jobes 612 Maple Court Moorestown Scientific Beach Haven visitor .. . prefers Atlantic stations . . . adorable dimpled lass. Cynthia Virginia Jones 12 Chester Avenue Moorestown General Rock 'n roll addict . . . pre- fers the sailors . . . "Now if my hair woxild only stay that way." Richard Kane 111 North Forklanding Road Maple Shade General Maple Shade football man . . . Parmalee's little help- er . . . hot rod driver. Peter M. Johnson 337 Chester Avenue Moorestown Gene ral New Hampton import . . . strong, silent type . . . Chryslerchauffeur . . .col- lege bound. Joan E. Kassekert Beaver Avenue Moorestown Business Hails from Fellowship . . . partial to Fords . . . rock 'n roll fiend . . . giggles. Wayne E. Johnson 42 South Forklanding Road Maple Shade Classical "Don't worryabout it." . . . reservedMaple Shader . . . enjoys reading and music. William Reeves Just 308 Collins Avenue Moorestown Scientific "Moose" . . . gridiron star . . . bulging biceps . . . "I didn't say that ! " Bertha Naomi Keilman 306 Anna Avenue Maple Shade Business "I'm starved." . . . collector of stuffedanimals . . . future inpolitics . . . cheerleader. Edward R. Kenyon 29 East Spruce Court Moorestown Donald James Keneagy 46 Merion Lane Maple Shade Gene ral General "Back in Michigan . . ." "Hello there!" . . . bowling . . trouble instigator . . . ace . . . girl shy . . . Penn navy bound . . . crazy cut- Fruit worker. up. Daniel Lawrence Kensler 122 Spruce Street Moorestown Scientific Gridiron giant . . . able class leader . . . nicely at- tired . . . dancer, deluxe. Richard Joseph Kijewski 39 Browning Avenue W. Moorestown Margaret Ann Kingsmore 35 South Walnut Avenue Maple Shade Scientific Business Gunning enthusiast . . . Latin Cute date bait . . .1oquacious love r . . . champion glass lass . . . shorthand whiz . . blower . . . car fiend. . future air line hostess. Debbie Klein 102 St. Davids Road Colwick Scientific Fun-loving lass . . . ace be- hind the wheel . . . French whiz . . . "I can't find it." Robert Kite 213 Evergreen Drive Moorestown Judith Louise Knapp 106 West Camden Avenue W. Moorestown General Scientific Attractive actress . . . charm school grad . . . par- tialtotheU.ofP. . . . smil- ing lass. Smartlyattired lad . . . quiet andreserved. . . pleasant disposition . . . cute. Joan E. Kreidler Church Road Moorestown Barry Paul Kramer Route ff73 Maple Shade Business Scientific Partial to Beverly . . . en- Reserved motel owner . . . joys dancing . . . constant "Did you do you r chemis- Chatterbox . . .nicely dress- try?" . . . fishing enthusiast. ed. Gloria Maria Kreider 27 Browning Avenue Moorestown Classical "Let's go to Olympia! " . fabulous wardrobe . . . "Little Slick" . . . flirta- tious. Thomas S. Latwinas Kenneth David Kroupa 112 West Park Avenue 201 Parry Drive Moorestown Maple Shade Classical General "Measles " . . . fickle Loverof fun. . .personable Frenchman. . . "Again, to- chauffeur . . . army bound day!" . . . drive-in patron. . . . likeable disposition. Claude Edward Layman, Jr. 39 South Lenola Road Moorestown Business Vinelandimport . . .history whiz . . . racing car en- thusiast . . . shy lad. Virginia Anne Laubenstein 260 Linden Street w Samuel G. Le Fevre l 414 Thomas Avenue 1 Moorestown Riverton Classical Scientific 1 "I'm hungry!" . . . Medford Pride of Riverton . . . fond mermaid . ..vivacious offemmes...instigator o cheerleader . . . popular of riots . . . midnightauto. date bait. James A. Liddell South Church Street Moorestown Scientific Ace operator . . . hi-fi specialist. . .pleasing per- sonality . .. "Oh, yeah !" . . . pilot. Edith Marshall Makin 21 Valley View Terrace Moorestown Classical Sincere and sweet . . . blushesbeautifully. . . Vio- linist, deluxe . . . dieting lass. Bruce D. McCullough 720 North Lenola Road Moorestown Scientific Collector of moose pictures . . . body builder . . . "Huh?" . . . instigator of laughs. Helen Esther Little North Church Street Moorestown Business Partial to redheads . . . ex- cessive chatter . . appeal- ing personality . . . vocalist. Ronald Joseph McMenamin 21 East High Street Maple Shade General HSam ' . . . penetrating smile . . .sharp dresser . . "Hey, girls, do you have your car?H Daisy Anne Maclnnes 107 West Linwood Avenue Maple Shade Classical "Deb-etteH . . . talented twirler . . . airline hostess . . . ice skating whiz . . . baseball fan. Leroy Raymond Marshall South Church Street Moorestown Business "Senor" . . . track star . . . likeable personality . . retiring disposition. Helen McMullen North Church Street Moorestown General "Now let me think." . . . spaghetti lover . . . drive- inpatron . . . "I'll finda way." Al Merckx 27 Woodcrest Avenue Maple Shade William A. Miles 130 South Coles Avenue Maple Shade Scientific General Quiet andreserved. . . girl Logical thinker . . . army shy . . . Spanish lover . bound . . . always has an future sailor. answer . . . a steady. Carl George Michel 507 Route $473 Maple Shade Business Smooth terpsichorean . . . well attired. . .fun instiga- tor . . . 56 Ford chauffeur. Curtis Miller 324 East Second Street Edward Gene Miller 324 East Second Street Moorestown Moorestown Scientific Scientific Always punctual,a1ways Older brother . . . chauf- present . . . subtle sense feurs a Nash . . . retiring of humor ...hobby in disposition...hotrod models. hobbyist. Nancy Miller 66 Claypoole Avenue West Moorestown Business Efficiency personified . . . popular lass . . . smiling blue eyes . . . reckless driver. Mary Ann Miller 210 Pine Street West Moorestown Jack Eugene Millman 34 North Lippincott Avenue Maple Shade Business General "Post-Trosties". . .vigor- "Snake" . . . golf expert . . ous cheerleader . . . ex- . boating enthusiast . . . tremely pleasant . . . viva- party lover . . . smooth cious lass. dancer. Robert H. Morris 115 South Pine Avenue Maple Shade Albert Charles Nelson 147 South Spruce Avenue Maple Shade General Scientific "Just call me Chief." . . . Crew cut kid , , , perso- appreciates girls and fires nality,p1us . . . one of Mad- ...countrymusicadvo- ame'sboys...prefers cate. class of '58. Judith F. Mount Mt. Laurel Road Moorestown Business Cheerleader, deluxe . . . future homemaker . . . joke collector . . . cute and neat. Patricia L. Newton Dale Mae Nemec 15 East Second Street 270 West Second Street MoorestOWn Moorestown Classical Scientific Stunt driver . . . fractured "Everything's just George !" . . . lost Lafayette weekends . . . letter writer, deluxe. French fiend . . . "Newt" . . . fabulous college week- ends. George C. Niedermayer 24 South Terrace Avenue Maple Shade Scientific Future minister. . . sousa- phone Specialist . . . Glenn Miller fan . . . chemistry hobbyist. Lorence John Nogle 515 Covington Terrace Moorestown Frank J. Niederkorn 111 South Lippincott Avenue Maple Shade General Scientific Fun-loving gent . . . loyal Sports enthusiast. . . "Good national guardsman --write it down!". . .hot future paratroopist . . . Ford . . . record collector. bowler. Joan Eleanor Nutter 508 Chester Avenue Moorestown Classical Dartmouth admirer . .. hockeystar . . . inexhaust- ible energy . . bright eyes. 'BPenny" . Elizabeth Henrietta Packer 40 South Terrace Avenue Maple Shade Business "Deb -ette " . . . hot-rod driver . . . loads of fun . . . dislike 5 walking . Margaret Mercy Penton 22 East Third Street Moorestown General "Margo" . . . Acme shopper . . . partial to the class of '55 . . . witty lass. Glenda Vestie Olt 408 West Main Street Maple Shade Business History lover . . . witty waitress . . . "When I get mylicense . . ." . . . "Peas- ant." Agnes A. Olsen 36 South Lenola Road Moorestown Business Reserved blonde . . . pre- fers Pennsauken . . . re- served secretary . . . drive- in patron. Marilyn M. Peacock 201 East Main Street Moorestown Classical Accomplished thespian. . . Steve Allen fan . . . plaid glasses . . . skilled musi- cian. Kathryn Frances Philpott 310 South Fellowship Road Maple Shade Business Studious las s . . . record collector . . . enjoys Var.- mont . . . helpful miss. Margaret Julia Plaskett Union Mill Road Mt. Laurel Busines 3 Reserved and sincere . . . retiring disposition . . . Dalmations . . . skilled sewer. Sandra Be ryl Pond Hooton Road Donald Steven Price 131 West Central Avenue Moorestown Moorestown Scientific Scientific Lover of horses . . . "Pal" Ice skating enthusiast . . party goer . . . comedian . . . college bound. . . . contagious smile . . . future stenographer . . . friendly. Roy Charles Pressler 57 South Maple Avenue Maple Shade General Silent lad . . . art enthusi- ast . . . chauffeurs an Olds . . . dislikes bermudas. Phyllis M. Reardon Theodore Lewis Ratzell Mt. Laurel Road 728 Woodlawn Avenue Maple Shade Moorestown General Classical Pretty blue eyes . . . part Expert diver . . . "Yea, owner of blue bomber . . . Riverside!" . . . dancing "Sleepyhead" . . . enter - and skating hobbyist . . . horses. taining. Robert Clinton Robins on Mt. Laurel Road Moorestown General "Robbie". . .cool Meadow- brook fan . . . jack of all trades . . . really hep . . . girl lover. Eugene Rodge rs Paul Robinson 226 Pembrook Avenue 440 East Park Avenue Maple Shade Moorestown General Scientific Life of party . . . appreci- "Stilts" . . . enjoys lunch ates all girls . . . light- . . ace trackster . . . Latin scholar . . . thoughtful lad. hearted guy . . . skater. Ruth Evans Rogers 5 Stokes Terrace Moorestown Classical Future teacher . . . first period algebra ace . . . sweet sleeper . . . intelli- gent lass. Samuel John Scattaregia 5 East Camden Avenue Moorestown Scientific Instigator of laughs. . . half-pint . . . homeroom cut-up . . . opportunist. June Helene Schneider 307 Linden Street Moorestown Scientific Swimming champ . . . pre- fers blonds . . . p.j. party goer . . .1ikes Mexican jackets. Charles Carney Savery Crooked Lane Moorestown Scientific Pride of Delaware Twp. . . . super salesman . . . hi-fi . . . fun instigator. Judith Ann Ruff 41 South Coles Avenue Maple Shade Business U.S. Air Force follower . . . always waiting for a. let- ter . . . England bound . . . well attired. Phebe L. Schade 19 East Oak Avenue Moorestown Classical "Tomorrow I'm going on a diet." . . . lost weekends . . . poetry writer . . . snoozer. Barbara Shand 408 Edgemoor Drive Moorestown Business Health whiz . . . hails from Syracuse . . . Beverly bound . . . license seeker. Charles W. Sherrill 103 South Cedar Avenue Maple Shade General Inseparable from his Olds . . .frivolous flirt . . .hair dresser . . . dancing and blondes. Richard V . Sm ythe Jean L. Simpson 4 West Oak Avenue 326 East Third Street Moorestown Moorestown Classical Business Prospective theologian . . "Dimples" . . . conversa- . sports editor . . . enty- tionalist, deluxe . . . tons mologist . . . fractured of fun. . . 33 . . .boy lover. French. Patricia Slimm 6 East Second Street Moorestown Business Always neat . . . entertainer . . . gum supplier. . . r011- er skating whiz . . . swim- mer. Susan Browning Snyder North Lenola Road Moorestown Business Long Beach Island Visitor . . . class Chatterbox . . . smiler . . . partial to half- backs. Barbara Ann Southwick Hartford Road Hartford Business Pride of Hartford . . . Mt. Laurel follower . . . future secretary . . . quiet miss. Elizabeth A. Sousa. 604 North Lincoln Avenue West Moorestown Classical Intelligence,itse1f. . . dis- likes Monday mornings . . . traveller . . . reserved lass. Rosalie Spruel 213 Cedar Street Moorestown Business Talented artist . . . fash- ion designer . . . soft-spok- en lass . . . dancer. Stella Elizabeth Spruel 213 Cedar Street Moorestown General Bordentownimport . . . starry-eyed lass . . . indi- vidualist . . . basketball player. Melvin George Stockum 308 South Church Street Moorestown General "Oh, the month of June !" . . hunter and trapper . . . ice skating whiz . . . hand- some. Eleanor Virginia Sypherd 20 South Lippincott Avenue Maple Shade Gene ral "Ginny" . . . partial to Ship Bottom . . . hot-rodder . . . water skiing hobbyist. Barbara E. Taggart 612 North Garfield Avenue W. Moorestown Business "Butchie" . . . ballet en- thusiast . . . U.S. Marines . . . auto ace . . . capable cheerleader. David Charles Stroemel 1032 Fernwood Avenue Maple Shade General Navybound . . . model trains . . . Ford's forever . . . horseback riding enthusi- ast. John Charles Stofsenburg 713 Kings Highway Moorestown Classical Spanish whiz . . . HStots" . . ideas galore . . . flirta- tious . . . college bound. Robert Charles Tag R.D. ?2, Briggs Road Moorestown General Track star . . . strawberry blond . . . tiller of the soil . . . baseball fan. Paul A. Teare Kay Drive East Haddonfield Scientific Flirtatious grin . . . black striped shirts . . . archi- tectural drawing. Phyllis Ann Thompson 323 Rudderow Avenue Maple Shade General Rock 'n' roll enthusiast . . . gum chewer . . . retiring disposition . . . talkative. Herbert Henry Thomson 401 South Church Street Moorestown Ernest Conrad Traenkner 55 Browning Avenue West Moorestown Scientific General "Mumbles " . . . collector of nicknames . . . handsome Marine reserve . . . flirta- lad . . . Victim of circum- tious lad. . .hot Studebaker stance. . . . hunter and fisher. Kathleen May Tomlinson 2 Haines Drive Moorestown Business Likeable disposition. . . partial to freckles . . . fu- ture Woolworth heiress . . . pretty. John Frederick Trost 334 Newbold Avenue Samuel S. Traten 324 Maple Road Rancocas Woods Moorestown Business Scientific Short and cute . . . brain of Expert lifeguard. . . girls' P.O.D. . . . dislikes co-ed idol . . . blond crew cut . . schools . . . accountant. . "Hm-m-ml' . . . hunter. Ronald Turner 1032 Fernwood Avenue Maple Shade General Fun instigator . . . likeable disposition. . .future sail- or . . . car addict. Howard Randolph Tull 318 Dawson Street Moorestown Joseph Frank Tworzydlo 112 Emerson Avenue Moorestown Scientific General "My beagle hound . . " . . . caters to Merchantville . . . fossil . . . fisher, deluxe. Connoisseur of fine bever- ages . . . hi-fi addict . . . "All aboard for Cowtail l " John H. Umberger 301 High Street Moorestown Scientific "Piney" . . . big red Olds . . . partial to Dairyland . . . halfcourt man . . . college bound. George Richard Weaver 4 West Central Avenue Moorestown Scientific "Flash" . . . mad scientist . . .infectious grin . . . in- exhaustible s u p p1 y of re- marks. Julia Helen Welsh 629 East Main Street Moorestown Business "Ifound third gear." . . . hardware heir . . . refresh- ing personality . . . Cornell. John Richard Waddell Fellowship Road Moorestown Scientific "Rube" . . .Variety of cars- . . . capable captain . . . sparkling personality. Paul Van Horn 50 South Forklanding Road Maple Shade General Camden import . . . neatly attired gent . . . military future . . .Ford hot-rodder. William H. Weaver, III 23 Overbrook Avenue Maple Shade Business "Gotta leave for work." . . . prefersRoom203 . . . one of the three musketeers. Sharon Elaine Werden 18 South Forklanding Road Maple Shade Business Executive secretary . . . crazy, vivacious blonde . . . always helpful . . . flirta- tious. Stanley Willis 119 South Pine Avenue Maple Shade General Good with figures . . . ad- mirer of redheads . . . cute and sharp . . . future sail- or. Helen Marilyn Wills Church Road Moorestown Howard A. Yocum 40 East Park Avenue Maple Shade Business General Fickle lass fan. . . .football . . "Let's dance!" . . "Buster" . . Stieny's pal . . . drive-in enthusiast . . . fun instigator . . . "Rom- e01" - haPPY-go-lucky . . . friv- olous flirt. Eleanor Workman 8 West Camden Avenue West Moorestown Business Sweet and sincere . . . able cheerleader . . . prefers Chevys . . . partial to Pal- myra. Jean Caroll Young 107 Center Street West Moorestown Business Sweet disposition . . . good ideas . . . prefers '53 blue Chevy . . . basketball star. Barbara J. Zaengle 707 Camden Avenue Moorestown Business Super secretary . . . nicely attired . . . smooth dancer . . . capable color guard. William George Yovankin 332 Newbold Avenue Moorestown Scientific Uninhibited . . . violinist . . . rugged individualist. . . towering lad. . . "Ubangi." Patricia Mary Young 25 North Terrace Avenue Maple Shade Business "Oh, Elvis!" . . . cute and cagey . . . fun-loving lass . . . hot-rodder . . . neat. Scott Lewis Zanger 305 Pleasant Valley Avenue Moorestown Classical Future minister . . . skilled pianist . . . willing and help- ful . . . likeable lad. 1. Patricia Zeman Crooked Lane, R.D. $f1 Moorestown Scientific Future keeper of the pills . . . lifeguard . . . music lover . . . Friend's school patron. WILLIAM KENNETH ALB RE C HT - Desk Monitor 4; Football 1; Swimming 1. MABEL R. ALEXANDER - F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Vice President 3; B.E.S. 4; Glee Club 4. WAYNE GERALD AMBER - Camera Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Hall Monitor 4; Glee Club 4. CHARLOTTE MARION ANGE LOW - Latin Club 1,2; Camera C1ub1,4;B.E.S.4;G1ee C1ub1,2,3,4;CarolService 1,2,3,4; Music Festiva14. ROBERT HARRY ARTHUR - Desk Monitor 4; Fire Warden 4; B.E.S. 4; Bus Monitor 4; Swimming 2. JOHN WILLIAM AUGUSTINE - Camera Club 4; Monitor Club 4; Swimming 2. J. WAYNE BARNABY - French Club; Carol Se rvice 1,2,3,4; Variety Show 1,2,3; Music Festival 1,2,3,4;Accape11a Choir1,2,3;Mixed Chorus; Glee Club. DOROTHY ANN BARRETT - De sk Monitor 2,4; B.E.S. 4; F.H.A. 2,3;G1ee Club 2; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Carol Service 2,4. BEVERLY ANN BARTHOLD - Student Coun- ci12,3; Secretary 4; Junior Play Committee; Latin Club 1,2;SpanishC1ub 2; Library Coun- cil 1,4; Secretary Treasurer 3; Carol Service 1,2,3,4;Accape11a Choir 3,4; Rhythm Singers 3; Glee C1ubl,2,3; Mixed Chorus 2,4; Variety Show 2; Music Festiva11,2,3;President of Library Council 3; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1; Cheerleading 2,3, Co-Captain 4. LINDA HAINES BARTHOLD - Junior Play; Latin Club 1,2, Treasurer 3; French Club 1, 2, President 4; Franco-American Book Club 3,4; Press Club 3,4; Library Council 1,2,3, President 4; Camera Club 1;Band1,2,3,4; Orchestra1,2,3,4;Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Gle e Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 4; Accapella Choir 4; Rhythm Singers 3; Carol Service 1, 2,3,4; VarietyShow 3; Nutshell 3,4; Tennis 3. LORETTA JOAN BARTLING -Senior Play 4; Monitor Club 3; Camera Club 4; B.E.S. 4; Bus Monitor 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Carol Service 1,4; Majorette 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Assembly 1,4; Majorettes 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Assembly Usher 4. MARY J. BAUER- B.E.S. 3,4; Game Attend- ant 4; Library Council 3; Desk Monitor 4; Yearbook Staff 4. SAMUEL NICHOLAS BELLETTIERE - Stud- ent Counci14; Bus Monitor 4; Baseball 3,4. CAROL MILDRED BLACK - Bus Monitor 4; B.E.S. 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3, President 4; Camera Club 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Carol Service 1, 2,3,4; Music Festival 1,2; J. V. Baseball 1; Varsity 2. LARAINE KAY BRANT - Student Council 4; Junior Play Committee; Senior Play; Camera Club 2,3,4; B.E.S. 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Music Festival 3,4;Accape11a Choir 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Carol Service 2,3,4; Color Guard 4; Year- book Staff 4; Nutshell Reporter 3,4; Fire Warden 4; Softball 1. LORRAINE DELORES BRENDELL - B.E.S. 4; Camera Club 4; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chor- us 3,4; Carol Service 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4. CHARMAINE IRENE BRENNER - Latin Club 1; Camera Club 1,2,3; B.E.S. 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3; Glee Club 4; Nutshell Distributor 3; Library Council 3; Game Attendant 4. IRENE ELIZABETH BRODIE - B.E.S. 3,4; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Desk Monitor 2,3,4. SUSAN ANN BROWN - F.H.A. Secretary, 3. JOAN M. BRUCE - Traffic Monitor 4; Senior Play C om m itte e ; Spanish Club 3; Camera Club 4; B.E.S. 1,2,3,4; Library Counc112,3; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Band 1,3; Carol Se rvice 1,2,3,4; Music Festiva11,3; Nutshell Staff 4. L015 S. BRUNSON - Junior Play Committee; Senior Play Committee; Latin Club 1,2; Span- ish Club 3,4; Bowling Club 2; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Vice-President 4; Camera Club 2,3,4; Library Council 1,2,4; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Accapella Choir 3,4; Rhythm Singers 2,3,4; Variety Show 1,2, 3; Music Festival 1,2,3; "Nutshe11"Reporter 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Game Attendant 1,4; Desk Monitor 1,2,3,4; Traffic Monitor 4. HELEN ROGERS BURR - Junior Play Com- mittee; Senior Play Committee; French Club 2,3,4; Camera Club 1; Latin Club 1,2; Press Club l,2,3,4; Franco-American Book Club 3, 4; Carol Service l,2,3,4; Music Festival 1,2, 3,4; Band l,2,3,4; Orchestra l,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Variety Show 2,3; Accapella Choir 3,4; Rhythm Singers 2,3; "Nutshell" Staff 2,3,4; Softball 1; Tennis 2,3,4. BARBARA ANN CARLSON - Junior Play; Camera Club 1; F.H.A. 1,4; B.E.S. l,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Music Fes- tival 1; Carol Service l,2,3,4; Red Cross Re- pre 5 entative 3; Fire Warden 4; Yearbook Staff 4. RICHARD WAKEFIELD CARLSON - Class President 3; Vice-President 2; Student Coun- cil 3; President of Monitor Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Spanish American Book Club 2,3; Camera Club 1; Glee Club 3,4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Carol Service 3,4; Variety Show 3,4; Music Festival 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4, Asso- ciate Editor; Red Cross Representative 1,2; Honor Certificate1,2,3;Fire Warden 4; Prom Committee 3; Baseball 1; Basketball 1, J. V. 2,3; Football 1, J.V. 2,3, Varsity 4; Junior Rotarian 4. JAMES FRANCIS CARROLL - Glee Club 4; Fire Warden 4. JOSEPH F. CASSANO - Student Council Re- presentative 2; Senior Play; Camera Club 1, 3; Treasurer 4; Spanish Club 2,4; Latin Club 1,2; Variety Show 1; Carol Service 3,4; J. V. Basketball 3; Tennis 2,3. JEANETTE KATHLENE CHICANO - B.E.S. 4; Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Carol Service 2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Swimming. ROY D. COLE - Class Treasurer 1; B.E.S. 4; Glee Club 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Carol Service 2,3,4; Desk Monitor; Fire Warden; Football 1, J. V. 2,3, Varsity 4; Track 1, J.V. 2,3, Varsity 4. GARRETT F. COLLINGS - Spanish Club 2,3; Stagehands 2,3; Glee Club 2,3,4; Accapella Choir 4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Variety Show 3; Fire Warden 4; Swimming l,2,3,4; Track 2,3; Cross Country 4. CONSTANCE HELENE COLLINS - Junior Play Comm itte e; Senior Play Committee; Camera Club 1; Latin Club 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Library Council 1; Glee C1ub1,2; Mixed Cho rus 4; Accapella Choir 4; Variety Show 3; Band l,2,3,4; Orchestra 4; Music Festival l,2,3,4;Car018ervice l,2,3,4;Honor Cer- tificate 1,2; Swimming 2,3,4;Softba111,3; Tennis 2; Basketball 1. RICHARD EDMUND COLLINS - Junior Play; Senior Play; Spanish Club 2,3; Glee Club 3, 4; Carol Service 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Bowling 2, 3,4. MARGARET MAY COOKER - Latin Club 1; B.E.S. 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Carol Service l,2,3,4; "Nutshell" Distrib- utor 2; Game Attendant 4; Library Council 3; Red Cross Council 3; Bus Monitor 4. WILLIAM F. CRABTREE - Ope rator s 1; B.E.S. l,2,3,4; Stagehands 1,2, President 3; Red Cross Council 2; Bus Monitor 3; Fire Warden 4; Game Attendant 4; AssemblyUsher 4; Assembly Usher 4; Football, Frosh. LANCE GEORGE CRONMILLER - Student Council 3, Pr e s ident 4; Junior and Senior Play; Spanish Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Span- ish American Book Club 3,4; Variety Show 3; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Junior Rotarian 4. NANCY LORETTA CUSWORTH - Junior Play; Senior Play; Glee Club 1,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2; F.H.A. 1; Latin Club 1,2; Spanish Club 3, 4; Monitor Club 3; Carol Service l,2,3,4; Music Festival 1,3; Yearbook Staff 4; Game Attendant 4; As sembly Usher 4; Hockey 1; Basketball 1. JILL ELIZABETH DAVIS - Junior Play Com- mittee; Senior Play Committee; Spanish Club 2,3; Latin Club 1,2; Glee Club l,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; Carol Service l,2,3,4; "Nutshell" Reporter 2,3. BARBARA ANN DIEHL - Class Secretary 1; Treasurer 2; Secretary 3; Student Council 3, 4; Junior Play Committee; Camera Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1; B.E.S. l,2,3,4; Library Council 3; Prom Committee; Carol Service l,2,3,4; Variety Show 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Nutshell Literary,Staff 3,4; "Nut- she11"Bu s ine s 5 ,Staff 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Delegate to JerseyGirls'State 4; Fire Ward- en 4; Attendance Certificate 1; Game Attend- ant 3; Honor Certificate 1,2,3; J.V. Cheer- leading 4. NANCY ANN DIMASSIMO - Junior Play Com- mittee; Senior Play Committee; De sk Monitor 1,2; Traffic Monitor 4; Camera Club 2; B.E.S. 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,4; Mixed Chorus 3; Carol Service 1,2,4; Music Festival 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; From Committee 3. ROSE MARIE DIMASSIMO - Junior Play Com- mittee; Senior Play Committee; Latin Club 1; B.E.S. 2,3,4;G1ee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2,3, 4; Desk Monitor 3; Carol Service l,2,3,4; Music Festival l,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4, Editor-in-Chief; Prom Committee; Fire Warden 4; Attendance Certificate 1. DOLORES A. DIORIO - F.H.A. 4; Treasurer 3; Spanish Club 3; Carol Se rvice 3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Bus Monitor 2,3; B.E.S. 3,4; Li- brary Council 3,4. JOSEPH P. DUGAN - Latin Club 1; Spanish C1ubl;Camera Club 1; B.E.S. 4; Carol Serv- ice 1; Fire Warden 4. PE TER EINSELEN - Spanish Club 2; Carol Se rvice 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Monitor 4; Fire Warden 4; Baseball 2; Football 1,2,3,4. OTHELLO ELLIS-EL - B.E.S.1,2;Fire Warden 4; Traffic Monitor 4; Desk Monitor 4;Footba111,2,3,4;Baseba111,2;Track 3; Basketball 1,2. RAYMOND THOMAS EMENECKER - Spanish Club 1; 3.13.5. 2; Fire Warden 4; Desk Mon- itor 2; Baseball 4. ROBERT WALTER E MENE CKER - Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Carol Se rvice 1,2,3,4; Music Festiva11,2, 3; Fire Warden 4; Assembly Usher 4; Base- ball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1. WALTER LEVIS EMENECKER -Fire Ward- en 4; Desk Monitor 4; Baseball 1,2. IRMGARD E. ENGELHARD - Student Counv cil 1,2; Student Court 3; Junior Play Com- mittee; Spanish Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Spanish American Book Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3; Press Club 3; Glee Club 1,3; Mixed Chorus 2,4; Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Music Festiva13; "Nutshell" Reporter 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Library Council 1; Delegate for Jersey Girls' State 4; Game Attendant 1,2,3;Assemb1y Ush- er 4; Prom Committee 3; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Hockey1,3;Honor Certificate 1,2,3. MARGARET MARY ERNST 4 B.E.S. 1,4; Press Club 3;Secretary4; Glee Club 1; Carol Service 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 2,3; "Nutshell" Secretary 3,4; Library Council 4; Delegate to Jersey Girls' State 4; "Nutshell" Distributor 3,4. WILLIAM I. EVOY - Spanish Club 2,3; Cam- era C1ub1;Yearbook Staff 4; Assembly Usher 4; Prom Committee 3; Fire Warden 4; Football, Frosh, J.V. 2,3; Swimming 1, Var- sity 3,4; Golf 3,4. ROBERT JAY FARWELL -5panish Club 1,2; Glee Club 4; Traffic Monitor 4; Fire Warden 4; Bowling 3,4. CLARE FRANCES FINK - Spanish Club 1,3; Library Council 4; Glee Club 1; DPSk Monitor 4. RICHARD ANTHONY FINK - Spanish Club 2; Operator Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4. JAMES ROBERT FITZPATRICK - B.E.S. 4; Fire Warden 4. ROBERT CLARK FORD - Camera Club 2,3; Latin Club 2; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra2,3,4; Variety Show 3; Music Festiva12,3,4; Carol Service 2,3,4; Fire Warden 4. JOAN E. FORVOUR - F.H.A. 1,3, Secretary 4; Camera Club 4; Latin Club 1, Yearbook Staff 4; Desk Monitor 4; Bowling 2,3,4; Soft- ball 3,4. JANICE CAROL FOSTER - Press Club 4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Carol Service 3,4; "Nut- Shell" Reporter 4; Library Council 3,4. CRAIG SCHAFER FOWLER - Student Council 1,3,4; Student Court 3; Latin Club 1, Spanish Club Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3; Carol Service 3,4; Variety Show 3; Spring Music Festiva13,4;Footba11, Fresh 1, J.V. 2, Var- sity 3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1. JACK WM. FROST - Camera Club 2,3,4; Operators Club 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; Bowling 2,3,4; Swimming 2. JACQUELINE CAROL FURPHY - B.E.S. 1; Library Council 3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Game Attendant 4. EARLE A. GALE - Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 4. BARBARA ANN GATTONE -. Glee Club 1,2; B.E.S. 3,4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Variety Show 3; Carol Service 1,2,3; Music Festiva11,3; Color Guard 3,4; Desk Monitor 1,2,3; Traf- fic Monitor 4. RONALD H. GAUNTT - T r aff i c Monitor 4; B.E.S. 3,4; Fire Warden 4; Football 1; Base- ball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4. 3 JOHN FREDRICK GEE - French Club; Track. LAWRENCE A. GERLOCK - Camera Club 1, 2,3,4; B.E.S.4; Glee Club 4; Carol Service 3; Yearbook Staff 4. JOHN HENDERSON GILLESPIE - Junior Play Committee; Senior Play Committee; Spanish Ame rican Book Club 2,3; Latin Club 2,3; SpanishClub2,3; Mixed Chorus 3; "Nutshell" Staff 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; Game Attendant 4; As sembly Usher 4; Cross Country 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2; Soccer 1. CHARLES ANTHONYVGOAD - Spanish Club 4. 1.,DAVID GOLD - Junie:- Play: Committee; B.E.S. 3,4; French Club 1;1G1e,er Club; Variety Show 3; Music Festival 3; Fire Warden 4. JOHN THOMAS GOODSON- French Club 1, 2; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Golf 2,3,4. JACK L. GOODWIN- Se1'110r Play Comm1ttee; Camera Club 1, Vice-President 2, President 4; B.E.S. 3,4; Fire Warden 4; Assembly Usher 4;:1Yiaarbook Staff 4. DIANE KATHERINE GRAY - Junior Play Committee; Senior Play Committee; Spanish Club 3, 4; F. H A. 2, Historian 3, President 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Carol Service 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 4; Yearbook Staff4;: Desk Monitor 4; Varsity Swimming 2,3,4. 3 '1' MARCIA JEAN GRAY - French C1ub1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;Car01 Service 1,2,3; Music Festival 1,2,3; Cheerleading 4; Basketball 1, 2,3. JOSEPH F. GREGORIO - B.E.S. 4; Basket- ball 3,4; Cross Country 3. JUDITH ANN GRE S C H - Student Council 1; Monitor Club 2;Assemb1y Usher 4; Junior Play C om m itte e ; Senior Play Committee; Latin Club 1,2,3; French Club 2,3; F.H.A. 1, 4; Glee Club 1,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,4; Accapella Choir 3,4; Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Music Festival 1,2,3; "Nutshell" Reporter 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Game Attendant 2; Library Council 1,2; Prom Committee; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Bowling 3,4. LOUISE M. GROSS - B.E.S. 4; Glee Club; Accapella Choir. MARIE T TA LOVELAND GUERTLER - French Club 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2; Camera Club 1; Glee C1ubl,2;Mixed Chorus 3,4; Softball 1,2,3. DAVID CLARK GUY - Junio 1- Play; Senior Play; Latin Club 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4; Spanish American Book Club 3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4;Accape11a Choir 3,4; Rhythmairs 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Rotarian 4; Baseball, Frosh; Football 3; Swimming Manager 2,3,4; Baseball Manager 2,3,4. JUNE VIANNA HAAS -B.E.S. 4; Desk Monitor 2. 2; Camera Club 1;:Bowling 1,2,3,4; Golf 2,3,5: WILLIAM EDWARD HADLOCK - Gle e Club 4; A c c ape 11a Choir 4; Franco-American Book Club 3,4; French Club 2,3; Football 1, 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH J. HALL - Camera Club; Operators Club; BLE.S.; Desk Monitor 4. DAVID JOEEPH HANARTY - Camera Club; B.E.S. 4; Mixed, Chorus 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Desk Monitor 41; .F1re Warden 4. ELAINE I. HANKELE-g Latin Club 2; Camera Club 2,3,4; B.E.S. 4;;Qarol Service 2,3,4; Glee Club 3; Mixed Chi'forus 2,4; Music Festival 2,3; YearbookwKSAHaff 4; Nutshell Distributor 2;GameAttendant12 Prom Com- mittee 3; Desk Monitor 2; Attendance Cer- tificate 2. x IX J :1 ROBERT L. HAWK- Latin Club 1, 2 ,3;,Car01 Service 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4. 1: W. LESTER HERCHER - Student Council 2 B.E.S. 4; Football 1. MERCEDES MARIA HERNANDEZ - Senior P1ay;Spanish Club 1,2,3; French Club 4; Franco Am e rican B ook Club 4; Library Council 2; Nutshell Business Staff 4. CAROL MARIE HODGSON - Student Council 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Latin Club 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3,4, Vice President 3, Presi- dent 4; F.H.A. 1; Spanish Arne rican Book Club 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Music Festival 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff Class Editor 4; Nutshell Reporter 2; Hockey 1; Basketball 1; Softball 1; Varsity Bowling 2; Attendance Certificate 1; Mixed Chorus 4; Honor Certificate 1,2,3; Girls' State 4. ROBERT HOLLEY - Junior P1ay;Senior Play; Latin Club 2,3; Camera Club 1; Carol Service 3,4; Glee Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; "Nutshe11"Reporter 3,4; Fire Warden 4; Game Attendant 4; Track1,2,3,4; Cross Country 3,4; Indoor Track 3; Bowling 2. BARBARA ANN HOLLOWAY - Traffic Moni- tor 4; B.E.S. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Game Attendant 1. PARTRICIA MARY HOMAN - Student Council 4; Spanish Club 2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Game Attendant 3. JOHN ROY HORTON -Spanish Club 2; Bowl- ing 1,2,3. CARL JOHN HUBLER - B.E.S. 4; Assistant Fire Chief 4; Nutshell 3,4; Cheerleading 2. ELEANORE L. HULSE - B.E.S. 3,4; Red Cros s 1; Color Guard 2,3, Captain 4; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Carol Service 1, 2,3,4; Music Festival 1,2,3; Variety Show 3, 4. GAIL HEATHCOCK HURST - French Club 2, 3; Franco American Book Club 3; Carol Service 3; Music Festiva13; Glee Club 3,4; Acc apella Choir 4; Student Court 1; Flag Bearer 4; Game Attendant 4; Soccer 1; Bas- ketball 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Winter Track 2. WILBUR SCOTT HURST - Student Council 1; French Club 2,3; Franco-American Book Club 3,4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Flag Bearer 4; Game Attendant 4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Bas- ketball, Frosh; Soccer 1; Track, Frosh, J.V. 2,3. DENNIS MICHAEL HUTNICK - Junior Play; Spanish Club 2,3;Nutshe115taff 3; Mixed Chorus 2,3; Glee Club 4; Carol Service 1,2, 3,4; Music Fe stival 2,3; Desk Monitor 4; Assembly Usher 4; Fire Warden 4. NANCY KAY JANOS - Carol Service 3,4; Fire Warden 4. CAROLYN ROBERTA JANS - Traffic Monitor 3,4; Junior Play Committee; Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish AmericanBook Club 3; Latin Club 4; F. H. A. 4; Carol Service 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1' 3, 4; Music Festival 3; Variety Show 3; Year- u"Rbook Staff 4; Delegate to Citizenship Institute 4 Desk Monitor 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee. JUDITH CAROLE JOBES- Traffic Monitor 4; F. H. A. 1; SpanishClubZ, 3; Spanish American Book C1ub 3, Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; Caro1 Service 1, 2, 3 ,4 Music Festival 1; Yearbookh-Stafff 4; Desk Monitor 3,4; Library Council 1; Hockey 1; Softball 1; Basketball 1, PETE M. JOHNSON - B.E.S.4;MixedCho1-us 4; Carol Service1'4;Fire Warden 4. w A Y N E E Spanish C lub 2, 3, 4; Spanish American Book Club 3,;4 Glee C1ub4; Mixed Chorus 4; Accapella Choir 4. CYNTHIA VIRGINXA JONES - B. E. 51 4; Camera C1ub;G1ee Club 1, 231 Mixed Cho1'us 3, 4 WILLIAM REEVES JUST - Latin Club 1; JOHNSON Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2; B.E.S. 4;Footba11, Frosh, Varsity 2,3,4; Basketball, Frosh; Baseball, Frosh; Varsity Swimming 3,4; Varsity Indoor Track 2; Varsity Spring Track 2,3,4. RICHARD KANE - B.E.S. 4; Fire Warden 4; Glee Club; Baseball. JOAN E. KASSEKERT - B.E.S.1;Desk Monitor 2,3,4. B E RT HA NAOMI KEILMAN - Spanish Club 1; Camera Club 1,3,4; B.E.S.14; Library Council 4; Glee Club 1,3; Mixed Chorus 2,4; Carol Se rvice1,2,3,4;Music Festival 1; Nutshell Reporter 1; Desk Monitor 4; Bus Monitor 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Cheerleading 4; J.V. Basketball; J.V. Softball. DONALD JAMES KENEAGY - Camera Club 2; B.E.S, 1; Band 1,2; Orchestra 1,2. DANIELLAWRENCE KENSLER - Class President 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Student Council 2,3;Spanish C1ub2,3; Spanish American Book Club 2,3;G1ee Club 2,3,4; Carol Service 2,3,4; Variety Show 2,3,4; Spring Festiva12,3,4; Fire Warden 4; Base- ball, Fresh. B a s ke tb all , Frosh. Football, Fresh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3,4. EDWARD R. KENYON - B.E.S. 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Golf 3, 4. l, .1 i RICHARD JOSEPH KIJEEWSKI - Fire Warden 11 MARGARET ANNiKTaN SV'MORE - Traffic Rgd XCross Council 2; Service 1, 2, 3, 4' Yearxbojyok Staff4; Prom Committee. 1; ROBERT KITE- B. E. S. 4; Swimming. DEB BIE KLEIN - Segnior Play Committee; French Club 2,3,4; Pregs Club 2,3,4; L1brary Council 3 44611:; Club! 3; Mixed Chorus 2 4; MBand 3; O 1' che s t r a' 4;.Accape11a Choir 4; Carol Service 2,3,4; YearbookLStaff 4. K4,, J U D I T H L O U I S E KNAPP - Juniof'y'Playagw, Senior Play; Library Council 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3; F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Nut- shell Business Staff 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; Game Attendant 3, 4; J. V. Hockey 2. Q BARRY PAUL KRAMER - Junior, P1 French Club 2, 3; Glee Club 1 2, 3, 4; AcCapella Choir 3, 4; Fire Warden 4. GLORIA MARIE KREIDER - Junior Play 1 ' Senior Play Committee; F.H.A. lub 1; Library Council 1; F. T. A. 4; Latin C1 1112;5panish Club 3 ,4 Glee Club 1, 3, 4; 4 g, 1 ' 2, 3, 4; Variety M Nutshell Business 1Staff Library Assistant 4 Committee 3; Citize 4; Honor Certif' 1 11 Team 3; Prom Institute Delegate 34 JOANE. KR ??gLER- Glee Club 3 ,;4 Carol Service 3, 4. KENNETH D 4VID KROUPA - Class Treas- urer 4; J4un'or Play; Latin Club 1, 2; Press Club Franco- American Book Club 3, 4; Frenfffeh b 2, Vice- President 3; Mixed Chorus 2,3, ; utshell Staff 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, As 5 o c ia te Ed1geM4 Fire Warden 4; Assembly Usher 4, sketball 2;G1ee Club 2,3 ,;4 Carol Servi ,;4 Honor Certificate 1,2, 3; Game Att 11dant 4; Junior Rotarian 4; Hall Monitor 3, 4; Monitor C1ub,Department Head 4; Music Festival 1,2,3. THOMAS S. LATWINAS - Operators Club 1, 2,3,4; B.E.S. 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Bowling 2,3. VIRGINIA ANNE LAUBENSTEIN - Monitor Club, Secretary 4; Spanis h Club 2,4; Latin Club 1,2; Spanish American Book Club 3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Accapella Choir 3,4; Cheerleading 4; Swimming 2,3,4. CLAUDE EDWARD LAYMAN - B.E.S. 4; Fire Warden 4. SAMUEL G. LE FEVRE - Spanish Club 2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4. JAMES A. LIDDELL - Senior Play; Junior Play; Operators Club 1,2,3,4; Camera Club 1,3; Stage Hands 1,2,3,4; Variety Show 3, Carol Service 2,3; Golf 2. HELEN ESTHER LITTLE - Student Court 1; Student Council 3,4; B.E.S. 4; Spanish Club 4; Library Council 4; Red Cr 05 5 Council 3; Rhythmn Singers 2,3; Band l,2,3,4;G1ee Club 1,2,3; Variety Show 2,3; Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Accapella Choir 3; Music Festival 1, 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 4. DAISY ANNE MacINNES - Student Council 2; Latin Club 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3; B.E.S. 4; Glee Club 1; Variety Show 3; Music Festival 3; Mixed Chorus 3,4; M1ajo r e tte 3,4; Fire Warden 4; Basketball 1; Baseball, J.V. 2. EDITH MARSHALL MAKIN - Junio 1' Play; Latin Club 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1; Spanish American Book Club 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 4; Orche stra1,2,3,4; Nutshe114; Hockey 2,3; Basketba113; Soft- ball 3. LEROY RAYMOND MARSHALL - Junior Play; B.E.S. 4; Spanish Club 1, Vice-Presi- dent 2; Operators Club 1,2,3,4; Stagehands Club 2,3,4; Fire Warden 4; Game Attendant 44; Track 1,3; Cross Country 3. BRUCE D. McCULLOUGH - Junior Play Committee; Senior Play Committee; Spanish Club 3,4; Glee Club 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Accapella Choir 3,4. RONALD JOSEPH Mc MENAMIN - Student Council 3; B.E.S. 3,4; Glee Club; Yearbook Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; Prom Committee 3; Varsity Swimming 2,3,4; Track 3; Baseball, Frosh. ALBERT FRANK MERCKX - Glee Club 4. CARL GEORGE MICHEL - Student Council 4; B.E.S. 3,4; Glee Club 4; Carol Service 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; Prom Com- mittee 3; Varsity Swimming 2,3,4; Baseball 4. WILLIAM A. MILES - B.E.S. 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Fire Warden 4; Varsity Cheerleading 2. CURTIS MILLER - Monitor 4. GENE MILLER - Operators Club 1,2; Glee Club 4. MARY ANN MILLER - Monitor Club, Secre- tary 3; B.E.S. 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; Jr. Red Cros s 2; Carol Service 1,2,3; Music Festival 1,2,3;, Variety Show 2,3; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Assembly Usher 4; Prom Committee 3; Base- ball 1; Cheerleading 2,3, Captain 4. NANCY MILLER - Class Vice-President 1, Secretary 2, Secretary 4; Student Council 1; Junior Play; B.E.S. 4; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Nutshell Distributor 1,2,3,4; Fire Warden 4. JACK EUGENE MILLMAN - Class President 1; B.E.S.4;G1ee Club; Yearbook Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; Varsity Football 2; Golf 2,3,4. ROBERT H. MORRLS - Student Council 2; Glee Club 4; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 3,4; Baseball 1. JUDITH F. MOUNT - F.H.A. 1,2,4; Camera Club 1,4; B.E.S. l,2,3,4;G1ee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Nutshell Distributor 3,4; Year- book Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; Cheerleading 2, 3,4. ALBERT CHARLES NELSON - Glee Club 2, 3; Carol Service 2,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; Hall Monitor 4; Desk Monitor 3,4; Baseball 2. DALE MAE NEMEC - Junior Play; Senior Play; Spanish C1ub2,3; Latin Club 1,2; F.H.A. 2; Camera Club 1; Library Council 1,2,3,4; Christmas Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Music Festival 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 3,4; "Nuts hell " Staff 3,4; "Nutshe11"Dis- tributor Yearbook Staff 4; Game Attendant 4; Freshman Basketball. PATRICIA L. NEWTON - F rench Club 2,3, Vice-President 4; Camera Club 1; F.H.A. l, 4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; Carol Service 2,3,4; "Nutshe11".Staff 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Swimming 1,2,3,4. FRANK J. NIEDERKORN - Glee Club 4; Fire Warden 4. GEORGE CHARLESNIEDERMAYER - Spanish Club 2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 3, 4; Glee Club 1,3,4; Brass Choir 3,4; Fire Warden 4; Track 1. LORENCE JOHN NOGLE - Junior Play; Spanish Club 2,3; Music Festival 3; Christ- mas Carol Service 3; Fire Warden 4; Assembly Usher 4; Desk Monitor 3; Basket- ball 1,2,3; Cross Country 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3. JOAN ELEANOR NUTTER - Student Council 2,3,4; Title Role Junior Play; Student Court 4; Monitor Club Secretary 4; Latin 1,2; Spanis h Club 2,3; Spanish American Book Club 2,3;F.H.A.1;Camera Club 1; Glee Club 1,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Monitor Club 4; Christmas Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Variety Show 2,3; Music FeStival 1,2,3,4; Color Guard 2; "Nutshell" Distributor; "Nutshell" Staff 2,3,4; Business Manager 4; Yearbook Staff; B.E.B. Club President;.J.V. Hockey 1; Varsity 2,3,4; J.V. Softball 1; Frosh Basket- ball 1; J.V. Basketba112; Varsity Hockey, Co-Captain 4. AGNES A. OLSEN - Latin Club 1; B.E.S. 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Glee Club 1,3,4; Carol Service 1,3; Yearbook Staff 4; "Nutshell" Distributor 3; Desk Monitor 4. GLENDA VESTIE 0LT - Latin 2; B.E.S. 3,4; Camera Club 4; Glee Club 1,4; Carol Service 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Red Cross 3; Bus Monitor 3. ELIZABETH HENRIETTA PACKER - B.E.S. 3,4; Camera Club 4; Library Council 4; Glee Club 1,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3; Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Red Cross Repre- sentative 2; Fire Warden 4. MARILYN M. PEACOCK - Junior Play; Senior Play; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Secretary 3, President 4; Press Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Presi- dent 4; French Club 2,3; Library Council 2; F.H.A. l; Glee C1ub1,2,3,4; Carol Service 1, 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; Music Festival 1,2,3, 4; Accapella Choir 3,4; Rhythm Singers 2; Varie ty Show 2; "Nutshe11"Staff1,2,3,4, Freshman Editor, Sophomore Editor, Editor- in-chief 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Game Attendant 2,3,4; Student Concerts 3,4; Bowling 2; Soft- ball 1; Swimming Manager 2. MARGARET MERCY PENTON - Student Council Representative 3,4; B.E.S. 3,4; Game Attendant 4; Variety Show 3; Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3,4. KATHRYN FRANCES PHILPOTT - Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Glee Club 1; B.E.S. 3,4; F.H.A. 1. MARGARET JULIA PLASKETT - B.E.S. 4; Glee Club 3; Mixed Chorus 4; Carol Service 3,4; Bowling 2,3,4; Game Attendant 2,4. SANDRA BERYL POND - Latin Club 2,3; Camera Club 4; F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 4. ROY CHARLES PRESSLER - Student Council; Christmas.Carol Service 1,2,3; Glee Club 1, 2,3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor; Bus Monitor; Volley Ball 1,2,3,4; Basketball. DONALD STEVEN PRICE - Student Council Representative 2; Glee Club 4; Monitor 4; Latin Club 2,3; Carol Service 3,4;Fir1e Warden 4; Assembly Usher 4; Swimming 3,4; Football 2; Track 3,4; Basketball 1,2. THEODORE LEWIS RATZELL - B.E.S. 4; Fire Warden 4. PHYLLIS M. REARDON - F.H.A. 1; Spanish Club 3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Camera Club 4; Glee Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Game Attendant 4; Swimming 1,2,3,4. PAUL ROBINSON - Fire Warden 4; Bus Monitor; Cross Country; Volley Ball. ROB ERT CLINTONROBINSON - B.E.S. 4; Fire Warden 4. EUGENE RODGERS - LatinICIubsx2,3; "Nut- shell" Reporter 1,;Ye'3Ki'Book Staff 4; Assembly Usher 4,1G'am e Attendant 4;;Fire Warden 4; Basketball 13;;C'ross Country 2, Varsity 3,4; Track '1; Varsity 2,3,4. RUTH EVANS ROGERS - Spanish Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1; Spanish American Book Club 3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Desk Monitor 4; Alte rn,a.te .Girls' State 3; J.V. Hockey 1,Varsity Hockey 2,3,4, Captain 4; Varsity Swimming 1,2,3,4, Captain 3. JUDITH ANN RUFF - Juniori-Play; B.E.S. 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Gley,e,C1ub1,3;Mixed Chorus 4; Carol Se rvi c e 1,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Library Assistant 4. CHARLES CARNEY AVE ', - Junior Play; BARBARA ANN SOUT HWICK - B.E.S. 4; Senior Play; Stageh- - , , , ' Mixed Chorus 4; Desk Monitor. 2,3,4; Music Fe 51:1 ' Yearbook Staff 4. Show 3; ROSALIE SPRUEL - F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Basketball 1; Baseball 1. STELLA ELIZAwHCWEIIL . .hnish l, , ; Baseball 1; Basketba' I..." . ..". MELVIN GEORGE STOCKUM - Desk Momtor; ' Fire Warden 4; Assembly Usher 4; Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4. JOHN C HARLE S STOTSENBURG - Student C ouncil 4; Senior Play; Junior Play; Latin Club 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Spanish American Book Club 3,4; Vice-President 3, President 4; Accapella 3,4; Mixed Chorus 3, , 4; Glee Club 3,4; Variety Show 3; Carol Va 1' i e ty Sho S e rvi c e 3,4; Music Festiva13,4; Yearbook Music F e stiv . , " Staff 4; Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; Game Attendant 3,4; "Nutshell" Lit yEditor Bowling 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Tennis 2,3,4. 4; Yearbook St 1 ' ' Assistant 2,3, DAVID CHARLES STROEMEL - B.E.S. 4. JUNE HELEW , ' - lub 1; ;' ElFr a r 1. ' -. ,, , ' l' . , Mixed ELEANOR VIRGINIA SYPHERD - Latin Club WChQrus 2 :w 1 ' , 1,2; B.E.S. 4; F.H.A. 1; Camera Club 4; . 7' ' , Glee Club 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 4; Christmas 2,3,4; Hockey 1, 2. R774 7 7 7 .7. ,, Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Desk J 7:77.17 ,7, ' Monitor 2,3; Game Attendant 3; Basketball 1. BARBARA SHAND - B.E.S. 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Desk Monitor 2,3,4. ROBERT CHARLES TAG - Orchestra 1,2; Glee Club 4; Baseball 1,2,3; Cross Country CHARLES W. SHERRILL - Spanish Club 2; 3; Track 3. Camera Club 4; B.E.S. 4; Mixed Chorus 2,3, 4; Glee Club 3,4;Accape11a Choir 3,4; Variety BARBARA E. TAGGART - Student Council 1, Show 3; Music Festival 2.3.4; Carol Service 3; B.E.S. 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Nutshell Staff; 2,3,4; Game Attendant 2; Fire Warden 4. Variety Show 2,3; J.V. Cheerleading. JEAN L. SIMPSON - Student Council 2,4; PAUL A. TEARE - Spanish Club 2,3; Fire Camera Club; B-E-S- 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; War den 4; Traffic Monitor 4; Basketball 1, "Nutshell" Distributor 4; Game Attendant 4; 3,4; Baseball 1. Basketball 1. PHYLLIS ANN THOMPSON - Glee Club 4. PATRICIAN SLIMM - B.E.S. 3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; Glee Club 1,3; Carol Service 1,3, 4; Red CIOss Representative 1; Desk Monitor HERBERT HENRY THOMSON -Spanish Club 2- 3,4; Glee Club 3,4;Footba11 3, Varsity 4; Baseball 3. RICHARD Y. SMYTHE - Hall Monitor 3,4; Senior Play; Latin Club 1,2, Tr ea sur e r 2; KATHLEEN MAY TOMLINSON - B.E.S. 3.4; French Club 3; Press Chlb 3,4, President 4'. Ye a rbook Staff 4; Game Attendant 4; Desk Mixed Chorus 3.4; Glee C11113 3.4; Carol Monitor 2; Music Festival 3; Drill Squad 3. S e rvi c e 3,4; Nutshell 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; Soc ce r 1; Track 1,2,3,4; ERNEST CONRAD TRAENKNER - B.E.S. 4; Cross Country 2,3. Fire Warden 4; Assembly Usher 4. SUSAN B ROWNING SNYDER - B.E.S. 3,4, SAMUEL S. TRATEN -Fire Warden4; B.E.S. Mixed Chorus 4; Glee Club 1,3; F.H.A. 3,4; 4. Carol Se rvice 1,2,3,4; Music Festiva11,2, Yearbook Staff 4. JOHN FREDERICK TROST - Senior Class Vice-President; Student Council; Spanish ELIZABETH A. SOUSA - Desk Monitor 3.4; Club 2,3; Glee Club 4; Fire Warden 4; Foot- Spanish Club 2,3,4; Latin Award 3; Honor ball 1, J.V. 2,3, Varsity4; Swimming Varsity Certificate 1,2,3; SpanishAward 3; Attendance 1,2,3,4, Certificate 1. HOWARD RANDOLPH TULL - French Club 2,3; Stagehands Club 2,3; Fire War den 4; Football 1,2,4; J.V. Varsity; Baseball 1,3,4; J.V. Varsity. RONALD TURNER - B.E.S. 4; Fire Warden 4; Track. JOSEPH FRANK TWORZ YDLO - Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 3,4. JOHN H. UMBERGER - Student Council 2; French Club 2,3; Glee Club 2,3,4; Accapella .4 , Choir 4; Fire Warden 4; Assembly Usher 4; mBgsk Monitor 2; Traffic Monitor 4; Football , Fab; Baseball 1,2. 1 334-... PAUL m HORN -B.E.S. 4; French Club 1; Fire War 23? 4. JOHN RICHA x WADDELL -Student Council 1; French Club, ,3; B.E.S. 4; Glee Club 2,3, 4; Variety Show 4; AccapelIa Choir 3,4; Fire Warden 4; T3ffic Monitor 3,4; Football 1, J.V. 2, Varsity H4; Track 2,3,4; Varsity Track 1,2,3,4. GEORGE RICHARD WEAVER - Stagehands Club 2,3,4; operatgrs Club 1,2,3,4; Variety Show 1,2,3,4; MusicxixFestival l,2,3,4; Carol Service 1,2,3,4; Yegirbook Staff 4; Sports Manager 3,4. 2X WILLIAM H. WEAV Warden 4; Desk Monito3 - B.E.S. 3,4; Fire ,3,4. JULIA HELEN WELSH - 315.5. 2,3,4; "Nut- shell" Staff 4; Latin Club 1, Service 1,2,3,4; Drill Squad Distributor; Game Attendant. Distributor; B.E.S. 4; Game Attendant; Bus Monitor; Glee Club 3; Mixed Chorus 4; Carol Service l,2,3,4. STANLEY WILLIS - Student Council 1;B.E.S. 4; Fire Warden 4; Football 1,2,3; J.V. HELEN MARILYN WILLS - Desk Monitor 3; Assembly Usher 4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 1,4; Senior Play Usher; Majorettes 1,2,3,4; Music Festival 3; Squad Leader 4; Music Festival Usher 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; B.E.S. 3,4; "Nutshell" Bus inc 5 5 Staff 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Hall Monitor 4, Attendance Certificate 1. ELEANOR WORKMAN - Student Council 1; B.E.S. 3,4; Library Counci13,4; Glee Club 1,3,4; "Nutshe11"Staff 3,4; Varsity Cheer- leading 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4. M, f C::;:j X xxm,t;ix W33K A HOWARD A. YOCUM - B.E.S. 4; Desk Monitor 3; Fire Warden 4; Football 1. JEAN CAROLL YOUNG - Student Council 23, 3,4; B.E.S. 1,2,3,4; Library Council 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball 1, J.V. 2, Varsity 3. PATRICIA MARY YOUNG - Library Council 3,4; B.E.S. 3,4;G1ee Club 1,4; "Nutshell" Staff 4. WILLIAM GEORGE YOVANKIN - French Club 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2; Fire Warden 4; Footba112,3, Varsity 4. BARBARA JANE ZAENGLE - B.E.S. 1,2,3, 4; F.H.A. l; Glee Club 1,2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Carol Service l,2,3,4; Variety Show 3; "Nutshell" Staff 3,4; Red Cross Representa- tive 3; Color Guard 4; J.V. Cheerleader; Hall Monitor 3; Prom Committee 3; Year- book Staff 4. SCOTT LEWIS ZANGER 4 Spanis h Club 2; Glee Club 4; Fire Warden 4.; Desk Monitor 3. I. PATRICIA Z E MAN - Assembly Usher 4; Game Attendant 4; Latin 1,2; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Camera Club 1; Carol Service 1,3,4; Student Concerts 4; Music Festival 1,4; Desk Monitor 4; Library Assistant 4; Prom Committee 3; Attendance Certificate 2,3. junior 611155 Joyce Albrecht William Albrect Edward Allen Carl Anderson Cynthia Anderson Joan Arcangelo Donald Armstrong Max Banta Richard Barney Ernest Barrett Bruce Baumarm Paul Bertram David Bingham Nancy Birmingham Joseph Blake Wilma Borie Charlyn Borten Anna Bowen Clover BracKen Fred Brandt Raymond Brandt Gloria Lee Brown Lynn Brown Robert Brown Allen Burger Everett Butterworth Alice Calhoun William Callery Dorothy Carcanague Mary Ann Carey Sara Cavallaro Judith Cesanek Marlene Cini Tavi Cinelli George Clarke Shirley Clevenger Gail Conover David Constantine William Cope Jane Cossuto Nancy Cox Robert Crain Robert Cromley Sara Cromley Marcia Crossley Don Cummings Gerald Cunningham Janet Cunningham R obert Cunningham Davene Curtis Roberta Cwalina Gloria Daley Patricia Daniel Henry David William Deal Paul Delany Rose DePetris Robert DeSimone Dorothy Devenney Martha Devonshire Leo Dillenschneider William Doert Ruth Dracup Faith Drenk Helen Durham Nunzio Dur so R obert Eldridge Joan Ellis Arlene Erdman Frank Forvour June Foster Ronald Franke Joan Fry Constance Gaines Jane Gale John Gillespy Joseph Glowfe skie Julia Goralczyk Norine Cough Jane Gray Mary Green Barbara Griffith Regina Groff Dorothy Gunkel Alexander Haff Jane Hall Albert Hanish Victor Haring Anne Harney Jennifer Harrison David Hayes Barbara Heal Frank Heim Anna Heller Clare Hershey Ruthann Hicks Thomas Hodgson Jack Hohwald Dorothea Holberton Joseph Hollis junior glass junior 611155 993w g??- E Ann Horrocks Margaret Hughes Velma Humes Robert Hunt Jacob Hutchins Alice Hyland C arol James George Johnson Elaine Jones Neal Kay Beverly Keller Edward Kelly Judith Kershaw James Kincaid Jo -Anne Kirpach Joseph Klemm Sandra Kohl Daniel Lanzilloti John Latwinas Doris Lefczik Richard LeFevre Barbara Lepone Judith Lester Richard Leuliette Joyce Lewis Ronald Lewis Carlton Lillagore Elizabeth Lloyd Jean Lockhart Miriam Long Donna. Makin John Martin Harry Mason Thomas Massoth George Masulonis Margaret McChesney Flor ence McC 00g Joseph McDonnell Thomas McGann Richard McNeill Mary Metclaf Milton Metzler Caroline Miller Merle Miller Sandra Millican Florence Monte Robert Montgomery Lowell Moorhead Lucy Morgan Bertram Muse Robert Niedermayer Othelis Noller Isabella Norman Norman Nyman Eugene O'Brien Patricia O'Donnell Marion Olt Marry Ormsby Mary Lou Pargny Raymond Pastl Elizabeth Pingarron Marilyn Powell Rudolph Prate James Protich Sylvia Quenzel Wayne Reed Elizabeth Reis William Reiss Gerald Renteria Swabby Benjamin Ridgeway Ethel R obins on Ronald Ruff Michael Ryan Jean Sattazahn Robert Sattazahn David Shock Dorothy Schoel June Schofield Eleanor Schrufer Elizabeth Schultz Clark Sechler Gladys Seemuller Patricia Sharp James Sherfessee Ronald Shill Wilma Shirley Sandra Shone Larry Sliwka Carolyn Smithson Darlene Somers Mary Speer Romona Spruel Thomas Spruill Daniel Steinmetz Patricia Storey Calvin Stowe Nicholas Stulphinas William Sullivan David Sutton junior glass Kathryn Sutton Raymond Sutton Robert Tartaglia Jo-Ann Test Jack Thatcher George Theurer Frank Thiel Gail Thompson Charles Tomlinson Joseph Urban Sonia VanSciver Edward Vaughn Margaret Walker Nancy Wallace Samuel Walrond James Warner George Waterfield Robert Weaver Weston Weed Ruth Weintrub William Wells Anton Wenstrom James Wescott Roberta Williams James Wilson Dean Wiltshire Hilda Wing Henry Winkler John Wojtkowiak Robert Worthington Carolyn Wychuls Edythe Wynne Peter Yachimski Dolores Young Lorraine Zemaitis fggorge John ston,A11en JUNIOR ABSENTEES: Theodore Bingham, Harry Eller xAllen,IFer$, Juhlmann, John Smith. , . - SOPHOMORE ABSENTEES: Robert Aramini, JeffreyCarfer, Lawrence Davis,Dorothy Devenney, Karl Fickessen, Edward Fitzpatrick, Clinton Glenn, Elwood Godfrey, Steven Greenough, Richard Haynes, Robert Hunt, Gail Johnson, James Johson, Nicholas Loffredo, James Mangan, Patrick McClure, David Meeks, Robert Meredith, John Sanger, J. Wayne Schwartz, Loretta Switzer. 3V9? WW a'k 7wa7W a W 0' Vary WW CV Annell Abbott Richard Aiken Alfred Alexander Harvey Altman b" Kathleen Ande rs on Marie Anderson 'amarc 611155 WWW, J r . Thomas Andl RD George Andrews Sally Andrews U $ Geo e Armeahy a goc ius $ r Ballentine Q A1 793 H Robert Berar John Be e Jenning B1a6 Walter ue Susan Bo dwi Miriam B e Q xx . V V rle Brad '91:; x arbara Bro f' N Dorothy Brook x0 Qg Edward Bro?! U ary Anne Campbell ames Carbone gles Carcanague M redith Clark R mond Clark k . maria Clevenger X 4; J! James Colebaugh 1-,! I Melvin Collings William Connell Joan Conover Jo Ann Conver L nard Coon C arol C raig Milton C rain Dotty Davish James Davis Mary DeLeo Anthony DelPrato Sara Denber William Dietrich Joan DiOrio Patricia Dirkin John Dorofee Edward Douglas Genevieve Downes Leonard Duffy Merle Dzick Betty Dunfee Sandra Eibye Elaine Eisemann . Edgar Ellender ' Louise Ensign Nancy Ernst Patricia. Falls Alfred Faxon Sue Fearnaught Patricia Finn Barbara Ford Neil Forte , - Joseph Freynik DP' PF a LeRoy Frost Charles Fulleman Frances Gacatun Doris Gaines Arlene Gale Judy Gale Steven Gardner Ann Gavin Catherine George Clarence George Joan Gergely Thelma Gibb Glenn Giesekeli , . Robert Godfrey grid? Judith Goodwin Joan Graham Charles Gravenstine Gree . rette Grienkiewicz ry griffin Sophomore ass Carl Gromoda Dolores Grubbs Robert Guy Earl Haas Elizabeth Haff June Hagemann Nancy Hagemann William Hagmaier Ann Hajduk George Haney Raymond Harris Marelda Hart jinrichs k Heisler RIO e ellmig es Hellriegel Arlene Herbert Hills stance Holden ricia Holloway hristopher Holmes ildred Hosel Sara Hough Albert Hrosik John Huesken Timothy Hurley Kenneth Hutchins Rosemarie Iannuzzi Frances Ilacqua Judith Ingold Joanne Jackson Kathleen Jackson Joseph Jacoby Joyce Jacoby Robert Jobes Judith Johnson James Johnston ,1 M John Johnston D onald Johnstone Allston Jones Bette Kassekert John Kassekert James Keith Doris Kender Tom Kennedy Gerald Kenyon Patricia Kerr Margaret Kineer Sophomore Barbara King Robert Kingsbury Louis Kingsmore Joan Klemm William Koser Dorothy Kunde Althea Lamb Lester Langan Brian Lawyer Mary LeC lair Barbara Levering Thomas Lillagore Connie Littler Barbara Lutcher Barbara Lutton Theodore Lutz Joan Ann Lynch Gale MacDonald Linda MacMillan Judith Manning 6 Edward Marquart ' Ruthann Marshall Marilyn Martin Frederic Matthews Sidney Mays Jerry Mazur b-G WA Francis McGann I ' Herbert McGinnis Marilyn McMillan Linda NcNeill Hugh McNulty K Donald Mealey Doris Mennel Howard Merckz John Mietz. June Millar Ruth Miller Judith Milley Marie Moffo James Mona Virginia Monte Judith Mueller Judith Mullowney Nancy Neuber Benard Nosek Michael O'Neill Paul Panarello Kathryn Parry Dolores Patello Russ e11 Patterson Diane Peacock Kenneth Peacock Mary Le Peac ock m A U . ' Richard Piotek N J9 WEE Mary Potts 38 -,.z;; M, Sand ra Powell 9. Q3? Rykjuwvx JK Marie Prate 1;, :IU Ruth Price q v5- Mlchael Prlsco ,V'YYV 0' WW 1 James Quinn Yv Shirley Ratzell Lois Ravikio C lifford Read John Ridgway Nancy Robey 1 Brenda Robinson Na Magi? Robinson 1'0 1 x . ' mi 0 mson MQMUXIZI' 0 Qiigb R b R 1c ard Robinson ,. I ; J 1 M ii? Ripha R odia 'VEldward Ross f mi f lily James Rush Donald Schwartz 'JWalter Scott ?Robert Scouler -. 11Ann Shockey Frederick Shourds Irene Simon John Simps on Donald l'Jiok Margaret Slater 4 John Smith Stanley Smith I. Virginia Smith Robert Smythe Elizabeth Snyder Rebecca Snyder Madolynn Snyder Diane Somers Robert Spena Joan Spence Carl Spreng William Stapleton i Lorraine Stephens Ester Stevens Vivien Stevens Joan Still Melvin Still Sephomarc glass William Stojanov Elizabeth Stratton Barbara Stroud Helene Swartwood Danell Sweeney George Teas Raoul Tschebull John Tucci Roberta Turner Virginia Tworzydlo Mary Lou Umberger Evelyn Voehringer Lynn Wagner Nancy Wahl Jane Walders Patricia Walker Andrew Walters Beth Ann Walton Marjorie Waltz; Patricia Webe K Lee W hater ., K Caro st , , Ire W W D PA "'Mar ha Y ocum F erick Young ary Young Barbara Ziegler 1 FRESHMAN ABSENTEES: David Ballinger, Cornelius Boyle, Jacqueline Bredeck, Frank Bacha- man, Jeffrey Creighton, John DeSimone, Margaret Flagler, Ronald Gagliardo, Jacqueline Gergely, Daniel Hudgings, Stanley Huggins, R onald Mason,Car1een Morris, William Neun, Evelyn Paul, Judith Radford, Margaret Roller, Carol Ross, Edward Sebastian, Howard Still, William Stout, Carole Taylor, Connie Vitt, Donna Young. ?rcsltman 611155 Vicki Adock Louis Albeight James Anderson Linda Armstr ong Jane Arndt Sally Barcklow Barbara Bartello Barbara Bendel Sandra Berardy John Bernruther David Biddle Robert Bishop Audrey Blackburn Bernice Booth Catherine Bounds Carlton Bowe rs Janet Brehmer Patricia Brown Benjamin Burke William Bush Patricia Cabarle Kathleen Call James Campbell Larry Carleton Joseph Carruth Michael Cimorelli Jeffrey Clayton Peter Colby Joseph Coleman Edward Collins Iovanna Condox James Cox Earl Crain Robert Cranston Barbara Cummings Bonnie Cummings Lindel Cummings Margaret Cummingham Betty Cuzzimano Jesse Davis Susan Deasy Carol Deaterly Frederick DeNobile Judy Diehl Margaret Di Massimo Elaine D'Imperio Susan Doert Patricia Dougherty Carol Dublick John Dunhardt Mary Lee Eck Barbara Egner grcshman 611155 Lee Elvena Mildred Elwell Mary Entwistle Lillian Erdman Betty Evans Richard Evans Alice Fitzgerald Virginia Fletcher Judith Flickenger Betty Floyd Melva Forvour Newell Forvour Elizabeth Forelicher Robert Gale Michael Gallagher George Gardiner Stanley Garlanger Richard George Pedro Gocutan Peggy Gordan Lynn Gowdier Huber Graham Crispin Grovatt Franklin Gray Margaret Gray Nick Grief Robert Griffin Wilfred Groh Patricia Grork Joseph Gross Barbara Grubbs Joan Marie Grunsby R obert Hadden Michael Hadlock Rosaleine Hagan John Hahn Hannah Haines Eleanor Hall William Hare Virginia Hartle William Harvey Richard Hawk Marjorie Heier Charles Heller George Hender Ernest Herbert John Hill Mildred Hill Philip Holberton Eleanor Holley Sandra Holman Donald Holmes S'rcsltman glass WI KW - 7.4! arbara Houston . 51p 94$ David Howell J ,' Exlalne Howell Ex k m avid Hughes X j Rxayimond Hutchins 'y'Stanley Jackson Ni M' Philip Jackson 9X Jerry Johnson .--- 'xO Y Ralph Johnson P Virginia Johnson Audrey Johnson Mark Jones HM U Robert Kaighn Richard Kalyn Christine Keller Francine Keller Robert Kelly Barbara Kemp Dennis Keufer William Keufer Robe rt Kijewski Peter Kincaid Charles King William Kingston Richard Klemm Martin Kohl Michael Korman Gerda Kraenbeing Robert Laughlin Del Layton Beverly Leader Mary Lou Licata. Barbara Liddell Francis Liedel Janice Linaberry Virginia Locicero Crain Loveland Caroline Lutz Barbara Lynch Carmin Lynch Robert MacMillan Warren Maines Joseph Maltese Charles Mann William Mann Mary Martin Ann Martino Alexander Mazza Doris Mather Ellen McCloskey Mary Ann McCluskey Bruce MrC ord ?rcsltman 611m Susan McGee Donald McMullen Charles McNeill Ellen Meekins Geraldine Melchoir Earline Miller Patricia Modugno John Monroe Janice Moore Susan Moore Edith Morad Edward Morton Nancy Moss Robert Myers Geraldine O'Brien James O'Brien Richard O'Donnell Donald Opperman Louise Paolilli Nancy Park Evelyn Patterson Linda Paulsen Barbara Payton Arlene Perla Elaine Perla Gail Perron Fred Peterson Linda Pettibone Thomas Potts Lawrence Pugh Kenneth Rakey Norrine Regetz Ronald Richter Mary Riley David Roberts Evelyn Robins on June Robinson X1f Vivian Rorke , ; Harry Rudderowy William Ruff MC William Rumforci Patricia Rush Theodore Sauselain Frank Savery John Schatz Betty Schmit Lorena Schock Janice Sharl Linda Shaw George Shea Sarah Shinn C atherine Shoemaker , f Thomas Snyder 1 'Si ' erts James mith . 5y,lvigsafith Edwa. rd Sorr Lawr ence Souder Mary Stackhouse Theodore Steinmetz Harry Stevens Alfreda Still Shirley Still John Stojanov Lawrence Sullivan William Swan Nancy Taylor Ruth Thompson William Tilden John Tracy Frank Traten Kirk Van Hart Sandra Van Sciver Frederick Venzie Joseph Verbaro Francis Walsh Gordon Ward Wilmer Ward Phyllis Weaver Robin Weeks James Wentz Carolyn Werner amuel Wesolowski John We stc ott Sally Westgard Virginia Wheatcroft Alberta White Robert Whiting ry Ellen Whitney orraine Wible Rita Wilder Audrey Winston Theodora Winters Douglas Wojtkowiak Geraldine Wolf Barbara Wood Robert Wood Nancy Worrell Dorothy Worth Sanford Wright Carol Yovankin William Zaun Dale Zebley Clifton Zwirner 0f iccrs FRESHMAN Robert Hadden - President Susan Deasy - Treasurer Vicki Adock - Secretary Richard Hawk - Vice-President O O Mwaaminmwm i SOPHOMORE Donald Siok - President Ruth Miller - Treasurer Linda Hills - Secretary Joseph Freynik - Vice-President JUNIOR William Albrecht - President Paul Delany - Treasurer Velma Humes - Secretary John Wojtkowiak - Vice-President Advisors JUNIOR CLASS Francis Klevan Marion Branick SOPHOMOR E C LASS Kiki Konstantinos FR ESHMAN C LASS Thalia Kouvatas 0 MOST POPULAR Richard Carlson Mary Miller MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Irmgard Engelhard Lance C ronmiller BEST ATHLETES R ichard Waddell Joan Nutter BEST PERSONALITY Joseph Cassano Virginia Laubenstein CLASS WITS Robert Fitzpatrick Judy Welsh Wm H OLD MAID AND BACHELOR Gloria Kreider David Gold PD LIKE TO DATE Virginia Laubenstein William Just ONE WHO HAS DONE MOST FOR M.H.S. Richard Carlson Beverly Barthold NEATEST Herbert Thomson Barbara Diehl C UTEST Mary Miller John Trost MOST R ESER VED Marilyn Sousa Wayne Johns on BEST DANC ERS Barbara Holloway Carl Michel Inf MOST VERSATILE Richard Carlson Joan Nutter MOST ATTRACTIVE William Just Kathleen Tomlinson C LASS FLIR TS Jos eph Gregorio Judy Mount COUNCIL He rbe rt Thomson, treasurer; Beverly Barthold, secretary; Lance Cronmiller, president. Student 601111611 Student 60m CLUB Tom Hodgson, vice-president; Virginia Laubenstein, secretary; Richard Carlson, president; Joan Nutter, secretary. Principal Alfred Gemmell congrat- ulates Monitor C lub President Richard Carlson on his election. Student government Kathryn Swalm, Florence Sharp, Stewart Barthold, Advisers StudentGovernment has long been a strongly organized and highly important part of Moores- town High School. The Student Council is the legislative branch of the government consisting of r ep r e s e nt at i v e s from each homeroom. The Monitor Club enforces the laws and the Student Court tries and sentences those who do not abide by them. The Student Council has undertaken numerous problems such as a revisal of the seating plan in the gymnasium and auditorium; the task of keeping the drinking fountains clear of gum; and the development of an effective plan whereby everyone may see the Council in action. The M on it or C lubhas also been quite successful this year with the change in the traffic system which has partly solved the problem of congested halls. Withthe co-operation of the student body and the concerted efforts of the three departments of this government, this has been a very successful year in student participation in the govern- ment of Moorestown High School. Principal Gemmell addresses an assembly at the Student Council Installation. Departmfugt N.Hpvads .7vfdff.lfv Mon.lt0r5 Assembly ushers 511mg Attmdants Desk Monitors Bus Monitors emmxaemme'xm Rwy: mswem NNNNka Newkkwm Throughvoluntary contributions of the student body collected by members of the R ed C r o s 8 Council, the school has shared in several charitable enterprizes . As members of the Junior Red Cross, Moorestown High School shares in the many good works of that organization. Separate contributions have been made to the American Foundation for Overseas Blind and to the Foster Parents League for the support of Kim, an adopted Korean orphan, and for Hungarian relief. Jane Arndtserved during the year as secretary-treasurer. Miss Caroline Haas is the adviser to the group. Thirty-six m e mb e r s of Moorestown High School constitute the concert-goers club. R ob ert F0 rd is the chairman of the group, Mrs. Ruth Schwartz makes all arrangements for tickets, and Mr. Erwin Tschebull takes care of transportation and chaperons. There are fourconcerts in this year's series. At each concert there is featured at least one world famous artist. Ho eNnthm wxexwx.h This has been another busy year for the library. The library assistants, who give up their study halls and other free time to work in the library, are an indispensable group. Am ong the various jobs performed by these girls are the processing of new books, filing, d ec or ating bulletin boards, shelving, circulating and caring for the vast number ofbooks and magazines. It is the help given by the assistants that enables the librarian to give more time to the students. Present Library Council members have taken up the job of training eighth grade students for next year. The library is not only used by high school students, but also by the junior high school, $49 5 chool classes, and by other grade schools. This year there are seventy-five girls acting as library assistants. Miss Ruth Bump is the librarian. Since its organization the Business Education Society has held consistently to its convictions. It is an organization Which is dedicated to helping others. The Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets , the quiet help giv en where needed, and the annual scholarship awarded to the outstanding senior in the business department bear testimony to the organization's belief in its convictions. Norman 5. Steinmeyer is the adviser. Since its beginning in 1946 the Student Secretaries has offered "on-the -jobH training to its members. The organization is composed of members of the office practice and secretarialtraining claSSes who,by assisting the faculty and office staff, acquire Valuable experience and practice for future positions. Margaret Crispin and Elizabeth Shinn are the advisers. hesrxx.n-ameeu.seyenrgKm mmn:mmkag VINNNeNne-nhmkakawm mkkekxmekxzwm mxewequQ The stagehands are behind the scenes at every event that takes place. In- cludedinthis category are the Christmas Carol Service, Spring Music Festival, Variety Show, and the class plays. Under the leadership of Mr. William Klansek, the etegehands prepare the stage or gym for the school functions and also do the Nlrmg for the studlo. There are five members and four associate members in the club. The Operators' Club is a group that contributes immensely to the school life at Moorestown High School. Operators are trained to operate 16 mmtpro- jectors, tape recorders, wire recorders, slide projectors, readies, phonographys, and the public address system. L e e The twenty-eight members donate time and energy sohthat Elasse's might be made more educational and interesting. . Jim Liddell has served as the student head while Mrt Kenneth Merrill has acted as the faculty adviser. t Consul Primus - Marilyn Peacock Consul Secundus - Robert Smythe Scriba - Diane Peacock Praefectus Aerarii - Ken Peacock Societas 1711171111 C aroline Haas, Adviser The first In eetings of the Latin Club were devoted to a get-acquainted program at which the game HVici" wa s played and a December program which served to contract the pagan cele- bration of the Roman Saturnalia and Current Christmas customs. Du ring the second semester there were a Valentine program and a final party meeting in which the Latin awards were presented. ee Spdlil'sll MESA DIRECTIVA: First row: Rae R odia, secretaria; Carol Hodgson, pre- 61115 sidente; John Stotsenburg, presidente de las comisiones especiales. Second row: Henry David, tesorero; Richard LeFevre, vice-presidente; LeR oy Marshall, vice presi- dente. Marjorie V. Smiley, Adviser The object of the SpanishClub is to further the appreciation and understanding of the customs , language, and his t or y of the Spanish speaking people. The club meetings serve to develop the students' knowledge of their Latin American and Spanish neighbors. Each year the Club sponsors a. Visiting Day on which a college professor speaks the entire day with the classes and later to the Spanish Club as a group. This year the Club invited Pro- fessor Jose Amaral to be its guest. L? 6crclc ?mnmis Kathy Anderson - treasurer Linda Barthold - president Pat Newton - vice-president Bonnie Robinson - secretary Elizabeth J. Parsons, Conseilliere A s oir e e in celebration of the bicentennial of the birth of the Marquis de Lafayette high- lighted the French Club's activities this year. A formal program, at which Monsieur Pierre G abar d , French consul, and Monsieur Claude Bourcier, Dean of the French School of Middle- bury C olle g e , spoke, also featured French music and was followed by a reception for French officials, viewing of films and exhibits, as well as a student dance. The club has continued affiliation with the College Alain Chartier in Bayeux, France, which the adviser visited last summer. Three members participated in the School Affiliation Confer- ence during October week-end in Schwenksville, Pa. Prizes for excellence in French are being awarded by the club at the end of the year. ?mmovtmcrimu Book 61116 M Elizabeth J. Parsons, Adviser The F r anc o -Ame ric an Book Club, a group of upperclass students who r 6 ad in French and English, Continued for a second year the reading of plays and books being currently dramatized on the stage or screen. Except for an organization meeting and one business meeting in school, all meetings have been at teas or suppers in the homes of members. A literary pilgrimage and a special dinner meeting are planned for the end of this year. Acake sale provided funds for the presentation of books to the school library . ' ' Spanish ,4 mrtam 300k 611w Marjorie V. Smiley, Adviser The Spanis h American Book Club has profited from a most successful and thoroughly en- joyable year. The meetings, which are held on the second Monday of each month at the homes of members, included full participation in reports and discussions. The members studied two great novels; one of the Spanish classic, "Three Cornered Hat", by Alarcon, and the other, the modern historical novel, "The Cross and the SwordT', by Manuel de Jesus Golvan. The filling climax to a thrilling and wonderful year came with the annual banquet. 600k ivy Gantcst Winners Miss Mae D. Aucello presents Lois Brunson with th e scholarship certificate at the company banquet in Atlantic City. ?uture Hommakcrs Of America Thalia Kouvatas, Adviser The M o o r e st 0 wn chapter of the Future Homemakers of America again won honors at the State Cooking Contest in Atlantic City. Lois Brunson won a two hundred dollar scholarship for furthering her education in Home Economics. Diane Gray won a first prize of $25.00. Various activities , such as cake sales, a Christmas party for orphans, local and state c ookin g contests, and the making and selling of octupi, having helped make the Future Home- makers an active organization. Miss Kouvatas guided the girls in their projects. Scrapbook Emmittcc Elizabeth J. Parsons, Adviser Elizabeth J. Parsons, Adv Although the School Scrapbook committee The Stud ent Guide acquaints the Students W" consists of only two members, the work done is with the philosophy of the school, the academic Lhwgth extensive and important. They are charged and extra-curricular program, special services wi" eoligping from allnewspapers all articles re - p rovid ed and prizes offered. It informs them lating to i'them tivities, students, faculty, main- also of school regulations and student responsi- tenance person elmoi 11 units of the Moorestown bilities. TownshipSchools and ittr-eklgtting to the Board of Education. Clippings are paiited' ooks Which, The Stud ent Guidez' indexed and filed in the News Offic fdirmtawge- sponsibility of revising t ference center frequently used by school people paring the new copy for the printer. and visitors. in cooperation with the high school pgincipal ahd Withe ..... sehool publicity director. New editions are , The scrapbooks new cover more than a Ruth W. Schwartz, Adviser The Dr. Mary E. Roberts Club of the Future Teachers of America was organized in October 1956. The purpose of the F.T.A. clubs is to help future teachers learn facts about, and oppor- tunities in teaching. It helps members cultivate character qualities essential to a good teacher and deve lop leadership ability. The lives of great teachers and the development of the public school system are studied. It is the belief of the national organization that young people who go into the te aching profession with a full knowledge of its requirements and opportunities are likely to make the best teachers. There are thirty -two juniors and seniors in our high school club. Mrs. Ruth Schwartz is the sponsor. Future Teachers of America is sponsored by the National Education Association, the New Jersey Educational Association, and the Moorestown Township Teachers Association. Nut5ltcll 17 itmzry Staff Elizabeth J. Parsons, Adviser The Nutshell Literary s taff directs all the activities Connected with the preparation of written and photographic copy for the news- magazine. Although the staffdoes much of the writing and news gather- ing, all students are encouraged to submit stories, photographs, and drawings, as well as to volunteer for related journalistic and secre- tarial activities. The s chool News Office is the center of all Nutshell Literary work. It is there that news and literary contributions are assembled, edited, prepared fo r the printer and then proofread. Typing of copy p rovide 5 practical experience for business education students who serve as literary secretaries. Representatives from the staff this yea: attended the Drexel Press Conference and competed in the Temple Press Tournament. C e r t if i c at e s of merit are awarded annually to deserving staff members, Nutshell pins.to those who make outstanding contributions fo r a. s e c 0nd 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. Nut5ltcll 16115171555 Staff Nutshell Distributors Nutshell Reporters 3715 I 957 yearbook The originality of the theme "Navy Log" is regarded as one of the outstanding features of the yearbook of the Class of 1957. The nautical theme has been carried throughout the book with clever pictures and art work. The underclassmen are againpictured individually, which make them ea sy to identify and give them new prominence. Original ideas incor- porated in candid shots, Who's Who," and the Senior Directory help make this yearbook an interesting publication. The "pet peeves" in the faculty section are taken from the teachers themselves and add another new touch. The dividerpages and individual sports pictures provide a unique layout. Miss Marion Branick is the adviser. Und er the direction of William Rizos, the business staff went ad hunting and helped to finance this annual venture. yearbook 8ditors YEARBOOK EDITORS: Kenneth Kroupa, associate editor; Rose DiMassimo, editor-in-Chief; Richard Carlson, associate editor. vgfgxygggm EDITORIAL BOARD: Marilyn Peacock, literary editor; Carol Hodgson, senior editor; Richard Carlson, associate editor; Rose DiMassimo, editor-in-chief Kenneth Kroupa, associate editor; Joan Nutter, sports editor; Laraine Brant, art editor. SECOND ROW: BarbaraZaengle,typing editor; Robert Holley, senior editor; Jean Simpson, clerical editor; John Stotsenburg,activities editor; Peggy Kingsmore, photography editor; Jack Goodwin, photography editor; BarbaraDiehl, typing editor; Richard Smythe, sports editor. yearbook Staff prfSS 61115 Elizabeth J- Parsons, Advisar The Moorestown High School Press Club has been constantly en- gaged in journalistic activities since the opening day of school. The students have written articles regularly for the local, county, and metro- politan newspapers and h av e cooperated with the Nutshell staff in pre- paringcopy for the school newsmagazine. The Press Club acts as a ser- vice club for all departments in publicizing all school projects and in strengthening links with the alumni. Members have interviewed people in and out of school and have participated in an interscholastic press contest. Stewart Barthold, Adviser The C am e ra Club under the direction of Stewart Barthold has en- joyed another successful year of diversified activities. The members take pictures of school activities and events for pub - lication in the s chool magazine. The members have gained much ex- perience in the art of good picture taking. The club strives to stimulate an interest in the field of photography as a hobby or a p r ofe s 5 ion and tries to demonstrate to its members the various techniques and processes involved. Band Anthony Isch, Director The MoorestownHigh School Band has had an active y e a r . Beginning with the football season, the band featuredprecision drills and intricate formations for its half-time shows at both home and away games. The band was featured in the Music Festi- val given in May, as well as in an outdoor concert in June. The band featured Beth Ann Pingarron as Drum Major, and Patsy O' Donnell as Solo T Wir 16 r . Robert Ford is president of the group. Majorcttcs 601w guards Orchestra Anthony Isch , D ir ec tor The M o o r e s t o wn High School Symphony Orchestra participated in the Christmas Carol S e r vic e , performed for various civic organi- zations, and was featured in the spring concert in March. Several n e w instruments were added to the group this year, and the orchestra looks forward to a continued growth in future years. CAST Myra . . Elizabeth Wyland . Rutherford Chang . . Malinson . Miss Brinklow Barnard . . Lo-tsen . . Helen . . High Lama Tashi . . Al-ling Conway Tibetian Waitress Faculty Direct ARACTERS Marilyn Peacock . . Judith Knapp Richard Collins Richard Smythe . Robert Holley Lance Cronmiller . Nancy Cusworth . Joseph Cassano ercedes Hernandez Carol Hodgson Laraine Brant . . David Guy . Ph'eBe thade . Carol Hodgson - rcedes Hernandez . John Stotsenburg . . .John Gillespie Loretta Bartling Michael Maddock MUSIC BY BILL HOLCOMBE 1956 JUN Sr 1956 - 1957 6hccrlmdcrs i0 Rub S H r ? e cl w m .r V. a I p h ulv l C e h e 1 m t a w m m. t u a .1 M Y 8 d Senor th per Six "Hop in!" "All the way with Adlai!" "And that's what I think! " "What are you getting to eat?" s "I give up I " "Oops, another mistake!" "To be or not to be . . . "What's happening ? " ll . In We can do It. "Here he comes!" "C ongratulations ! " "In it goes !" one short! " "C areful! " "She'll make it! " "Hurry! " A snappy formation VER' Mrs. Claire Thomp Lindy . . . . . . . Hugo Willifre . . Marion Eldridge Jay Eldridge . . . Carrie Randolph . Hildred Reynolds . Butch Reynolds . . Madge Wilkins . . Mrs. Amanda Eldr Mr. Philip King . . Evie Cannon . . . Mr. Steve Reynolds Mr. Sascha Sevinsk Mr. Damon Gottsc May Houston . . . Veronica Nichols . Barney Fellows . . Backup . . . . . . Extras and Ushers Michael Maddock . BY MARRIJAj 'A .Wilma Shirley . Velma Humes Pete Yachimski . Edythe Wynne Daniel Steinmetz Ruth Weintrub . . . Jane Gale James Sherfesse .ynthia Anderson . Merle Miller Dennis Murphy ladys Seemuller . Edward Kelly . . . Neal Kay John Wojtkowiak Beth Pingarron Ruth Ann Hicks . . Alex Haff . . .The Kitten Members of the Junior Class aculty Director JD JOSEPH HAY S v wmggm um way a f ,? w Rimagwixg ; M x Honor Society T wenty -seven members of the Class of 1957 have earned the dis- tinction of me mb e r ship in the Honor Society. This honor is purely scholastic and is based on the work of the entire high school course. AtCommencement anHonorSociety Key is presented to each member of the Honor Group by the Board of Education in recognition of the dis- tinguished scholastic achievement of these highest ranking seniors. Richard Vincent Smythe David Clark Guy Marilyn Meriwether Peacock Carol Marie Hodgson Wilbur Scott Hurst Barbara Ann Diehl Gail Heathcock Hurst Richard Wakefield Carls on Kenneth David Kroupa Eugene Rodgers Wayne Earl Johnson Edith Marshall Makin Elizabeth Alice Sousa Else Irmgard Englehard Deborah Louise Klein Phebe Lukens Schade Marietta Loveland Guertler Nancy Jane Miller Ruth Evans Rogers Virginia Anne Laubenstein Lance George Cronmiller John Charles Stotsenburg Donald James Keneagy Robert Holley, Jr. Margaret Mary Ernst Charles Anthony Goad Bert ha Naomi Keilman Richard Waddell Halfback John Wojtkoin Quarterback Allen Burgef Fullback OUR STAR Othello Ellis-El Halfback Richar Carlson Center A -m .. . 44,V., David Robinson Dan Kenseler End Tackle Craig Fowler Gnard Dave Constantine Guard Bill Just End VARSITY OPP. M.H.S. J.V. 0 Haddonfield 20 0 Haddonfield 6 0 Me rchantville 13 26 Merchantville 0 ; 7 Riverside 0 0 Riverside 21 12. Bur lington Bur lington 31 7 14 Woodrow Wilson Haddon Heights 27 14 Haddon Heights Palmyra 13 6 Palmyra Audubon 46 6 Audubon Mt. Holly 12 6 Mt. Holly M.H.S. OPP 6 7 6 Riversi- : 45 6 Bur lington l9 14 C ollingswood 13 7 Palmyra 12 6 Audubon 7 Coaches Konstantinos, Masters, and Klansek 6 Mt. Holly 7 S'rcsltman VarSity Hockey T he 195 6 hockey team had a very successful season, coached by Mrs. Phyllis Lehman and co-captained by Joan Nutter and Ruth Rogers. The season ended with six vic t o rie s and two defeats -- losing each by one point. High scorer for the team was JoAnne Test, with 10 goals 50 her credit. Other scorers include Ruth Rogers With seven, Anne Horrocks, five, and Carol Smithson and Ellie Schrufer with two and one respectively. On Hockey Play Day at Friends School, the Varsity gained two victories againstPitman, 1-0; and Pennsville, 5-0; two teams not included in the regular schedule. The J.V.tea.m wontwo games, lost three, and tied three. Midge Walton and Margie Slatertied for highscorer with two goals each. Velma Humes, Barbara Zeigler, Kay Sutton, and Carol Deaterly added the remaining points. M.H.S . Palmyra Haddonfield Merchantville Haddon Heights Haddonfield Merchantville Haddon Heights Moorestown Friends 0 HHOWHOHOv TU WOHNWNWW M.H.S. 36 44 35 44 36 46 47 51 44 45 41 Boys 1 Varsity Swimming A1 Thomas, Coach LEAGUE OPEN MEET OPP. Abington 41 Cheltenhanj 33 Germantown Academy 41 Malvern Prep. 33 Camden Vocational 33 Merchantville 31 Haddon Heights 30 Camden Vocational 26 Haddon Heights 33 Merchantville 31 George School 34 Moorestown - Me rchantville - Haddon Heights - Camden Vocational - 46 36 24 13 3 $$$- 51'1'15 Varsity Swimming Beatrice Thomas , C oach M.H.S. OPP. 49 Trenton 26 60 Haddon Heights 15 53 Merchantville 22 50 Collingswood 25 55 Haddon heights 20 49 Merchantville 26 57 Collingswood 18 70 Camden Voc. 37, 22, 18 3rd and U. of Penn. Group MeeU 4th University of Penna. 2nd U. of Penn. UnterscholastiQ University of Penna. unterscholastiQ tf w? m w 4:3? 3; W fffff "f $$$ Y x L $38? 3,551? A; VARSITY Peter Monska, Coach M.H.S. 56 Merchantville 80 Camden Voc ational 50 Ewing 57 Palmyra 66 Haddon Heights 63 Camden Vocational 59 Burlington 56 Haddonvield 62 Palmyra 48 Woodrow Wilson 75 Ewing 59 Mt. Holly 69 Eur lington 103 Mt. Holly 66 Burlington 78 Haddonfield FR ESHMAN Kiki Kons tantinos , C oach Mt. Holly Mp1. Shade Collingswood Gloucester Catholic Burlington Haddon Junior Mt. Holly Palmyra Riverside Pennsauken Mlp. Shade Oaklyn Merchantville Gloucester Catholic Eask am! The Quakers turned in one of the finest seasons Moorestown has ev e r enjoyed in basketball. They got to the semi-finals in the tournaments Where they suffered a heartbreaking 2 point loss to Audubon. They set many scoring records during the season. U1 For the fir st time a Moorestown team scored over 1,000 points in one season. They scored 1,051. 421 Moorestown set a record for the most points scored in one game When they scored 103 points against Mt. Holly. 431 Bob Meredithtied the individual scoring record for one game by scoring 28 against Ewing. 444 Moorestown averaged 65.3 points per game which also established a record. This was the second best average in South Jersey. JV 01:: Ray Clapperton, Coach 38 M.H.S. OPP. 54 Merchantville 38 40 40 Camden 28 65 Vocational 64 56 Ewing Twp. 44 49 48 Palmyra 47 31 Haddon Heights 53 67 27 Camden 55 53 Vocational 39 46 Burlington 45 35 38 Haddonfield 47 61 44 Palmyra 41 35 33 Woodrow Wilson 56 64 33 Mt. Holly 53 81 40 Burlington 71 47 57 Mt. Holly 55 48 55 Merchantville 54 59 Ewing Twp. 57 45 Haddonfield 40 OPP. 33 23 35 41 46 25 35 3a 25 27 57 Forfeit' 28 16 Varsity iris 1 Kaskctlmll The 1957 basketball team ended the season with 6 wins, 1 tie, and 1 loss. Marcia Gray, the only senior and captain, was high with 128 points. Next was Lynn Brown with 124 points and Anne Sh ockey with 47 points. Ann Horrocks, Carol Smithson, and Connie Gaines were the Varsity guards. Mrs. Phyllis Lehman coached the squad. The J.V. team had a record of 3 wins and 4 losses. VARSITY J.V. M.H.S. OPP. M.H.S. OPP 37 Palmyra Z3 18 Palmyra 21 31 Haddon Heights 29 18 Haddon Heights 33 54 Merchantville 48 25 Merchantville 23 33 Haddonfield Z4 28 Haddonfield 33 23 Haddon Heights 31 22 Haddon Heights 37 36 Haddonfield 19 do Haddonfield 28 44 Merchantville 44 i8 Me rchantville 17 49 Moorestown Friends 38 i6 Moorestown Friends 23 junior Varsity Eowling E 0th the boys and girls bowling teams, under the direction of Mr. Erwin Tschebull, have gotten offtoa good start for the 1956-57 bowling season. At the time of publication the boys had compiled a won 3, 10 st 0 record with several matches left to play. The girls at the time had a won 2., lost 5 and tied 1 record. Both teams had several excellent bowlers with high games bowled by Lor r aine Zemaitis, 146 and 157, for the girls. and Masulonis and Waddell with 189 and 194 respectively for the boys. Jay Farwell entered the Philadelphia District Individual Tournament for Boys and qualified for the finals with a score of 503 for three games. In the qualifying round he finished 4th out of more than 60 entrants and in the finals he finished eighth. . Erwin Tschebull is the faculty adviser of the group. I 956 16715661!!! grgShma" A1 Thomas, Coach M.H.S. OPP. 2 Burlington 3 4 Haddonfield Z 8 Merchantville 0 0 Haddon Heights 3 4 Mt. Holly 3 Z Palmyra 3 4 Burlington 2 3 Ewing Twp. 1 4 Merchantville 7 9 Mt. Holly i 2 Haddonfield 4 3 Palmyra 1 4 Ewing Twp. 2 1956 Softball The 1956 softball squad had an especially difficult season, recording 2 defeats and3 victor- ies. Haddon Heights landed the Moorestown girls their first defeat, 10-8. Merchantville was next but it took them 10 innings to beat M.H.S. --2-1. An easy victory was overCollingswood, 22 -Z. More difficult triumphs were over Haddonfield, 13-14, and Palmyra, 17-12. In each of these games the M.H.S. squad made the winning runs during last bats. Mrs. Phyllis Lehman coached the squad. AWARD WINNERS Mary Conrow, captain Audrey Peyton, co-captain Mary DiMassimo Nancy Wallace Ann Shockey Lynn Brown Carol Smithson Jo-Ann Test Miriam Bowers Sally Andrews Midge Walton Linda Graham, manager Irmgard Engelhard, rr'wanager gross gauntry C r o s 5 Country finished third in South Jersey Championships behind Vineland and Woodrow Wilson ofCamden. Moorestownrated second in Group III. In the N. J. State Championship Race, M.H.S. finished thirteenth. The group experienced victories over Lower CamdenCounty Regional, Mt. Holly, Bordentown Military Institute, St. Benedicts Preparatory School of Neward, Pitman, Paulsboro, Trenton, and Woodbury. This is the best cross country record in the history of the Sport at M.H.S. Paul F. Isenberg coached the group. I956 Crack Coached by PaulF. Isenberg, the 1956 Track squad won seven meets. The vanquished teams includedCollingswood,Regional,Camden, Vocationa1,Haddenfield, Burlington, Camden Catholic, and Glassboro. The team suffered defeats inflicted by Palmyra, Wilson, and Haddon Heights. In the South Jersey Group IIIChampi onship as well as in the Burlington County Championship, Moorestown placed third. FIRST ROW: T. Kenyon, E. Kenyon, B. Evoy, C. Gromada; SECOND ROW: R. Barroway, R. Rogers, A. Haff, M. Meany, C. Goad, T. Housley, R. Cunningham, D. Cummings. M.H.S. 9 7 7-1 2. 6M 1956 Erwin Tschebull, C oach OPP. Haddon Heights 0 Me rchantville 2 Mt. Holly l-lR Camden 5 Burlington -1LZ Collingswood Woodrow Wilson 1 Haddonfield ZZI cHEstR AVE MOORESTOWN N J THOMASE Guerin ASEEEAEY INSURORS ' - 22! BHESTER AVE. BELMONT 5 0566 MOORESTOWN. N J. BURLINGTON COUNTY TRUST COMPANY MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY MAIN OFFICE 91 East Main Street Moorestown, N.J. MAPLE SHADE OFFICE 21 N. Forklanding Road Maple Shade, N.J. M' ix Ea. CKTXItMJ '"y : rw'm "X 4ng , : V ?O Q gwn in MASONVILLEJ FFICE QAWW "0 A ' Marne Highway qu12 E2: 1ng .i Masonville, N.J. D ":9 . MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Open Friday Evenings 7:00 to 8:30 P. M. EMERSON 5 4646 ART SHARP 14ka fledea ADMIRAL WILSON BOULEVARD CAMDEN; N . J . EAST COAST BRANCH No. 2'1 Best Wishes Always Mumllnbnm Largest Q$ Organization in the East Used Car and Truck Center Admiral Wilson Boulevard Headquarters Kmposite Howard Johnson'Q Moorestown Pike Camden MerchantViHe RIVERTON 609 Broad St. RI 9-2320 CfeaA'em, 1mmnumwmunmmmnw .................... """""" v1 Iv I'll M jnc. 'va THREE MODERN PLANTS HADDONFIELD MAPLE SHADE 20 Haddon Ave. 115 W. Main St. HA 9-5202 ME 8-6118 4. W. 1 y ' 5 3 ,- u I C 'i z"! A. Mm, 2""'K X C Cf xx 2 X; M J i t j K 4xl ' , CX Ci qu Congratulatwns to the 1957 x dz CX Graduatlng Class Xix ark y CU 1' x;j;..r7xm - waw dij f L ;- C? C; x K.....--"' wr-J C41,, V7 M C K 'w L YOUR guardian of quality in radio, television, electronics and recorded music . . . achieved through leadership in research, engineering and manufacturing 3363:: RADIO BORPURATIIJN 0F AMERICA Moorestown Engineering Plant Moorestown, New Jersey MIlLSIDE FARMS J , 2;M T may 1,an , v I i I WARIBK FASHIONS Stiles and Park Avenues Maple Shade, New Jersey VISIT YOUR NATION'S CAPITAL YOU WILL BE COMFORTABLE CATERED TO AND WARMLY WELCOME AT THE EBBITT HOTEL Tenth and H Streets, N. W. WALTER L. GREEN General Manager H. A. TOUCHTON Resident Manager HMade Their Way By The Way They're Made" RIVERSIDE MANUFACTURING CO. OF NJ. Incorporated FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PACKAGES ROY W. CONROW Warehouse Phone: Residence Phone: Belmont 5-1810 Belmont 5-0809 Locust Street and R. R. Moorestown. New Jersey Apples Peaches MOORESTOWN LOCKER SERVICE Wholesale Retail Phone: Belmont 5-0041 Locust Street and R. R. CAMDEN COCA-COlA BOTTLING COMPANY Wilson Boulevard Camden 1, New Jersey Howard and Joe 5 MOORESTOWN MOBIL SERVICE "alzilgegs Phone Belmont 5-9716 Chester Ave. and R.R. Sales Service Oliver Crawler and Wheel Tractors Link Belt Shovels and Cranes American Vacuum Leaf Loaders Motor Graders and Rollers Front End Loaders F. W. D. Motor Trucks Complete Parts Stock Factory Trained Mechanics as Close as Your Phone C. A. LIPPINCOTT 8: BRO., INC Phone Belmont 5-1568 and 5-1569 Moorestown New Jersey Power and Light WILLIAM E. THOMSON Electrician Phone Belmont 5-0018 220 5. Church Street THE COLONY PRESS Printing - Advertising George E. Cragg Phone Belmont 5-1780 Centerton Road Masonville, New Jersey CONGRAT ULATIONS, GRADUATES! We wish you every success in your chosen field of endeavor. One simple aid to success is a system of planned saving. Make it a rule to save something, be it ever so little, and stick to it consistently. 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MAIN STREET MOORESTOWN, N. J. ICE CREAM FOUNTAIN SERVICE MAIN STREET LUNCHEUNETTE .3? 125 W. Main Street Moorestown, N. J. PLATTERS SANDWICHES MOORESTOWN SERVICENTER Phone: BE 5-9736 BE 5-080! C. H. WRIGHT, Jewelers 55 EAST MAIN STREET, MOORESTOWN, N. J. Hamilton, Elgin, Longine-Wittnauer Watches Phone, BE 5-0101 B. T. EDGAR 8c SON REALTORS and INSURORS 25 East Main Street Moorestown, N. I. Phone, BE 5-5400-01 MOORESTOWN GARAGE, INC. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH IMPERIAL MOORESTOWN, N. J. YOU ARE INVITED TO USE THE SERVICES OF OUR ASSOCIATION . . . Safe, Profitable and Conveniem Way to Save Money . . Sound, Low-Cost Home Loans for Buying, Modernizing or Refinancing BOOSTERS' BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 47 Ems! Main Street, Moorestown, New Jersey Telephone BE 5-0544 MOORESTOWN STUDIO YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHERS Carl Shemelia CONROY DRUGS A. HAILPERIN 127 W. 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LUMBER, MILL WORK, HARDWARE, CEMENT, PAINTS FUEL OIL, COAL and FARMERS' SUPPLIES Moorestown, Riverside, Riverton, Merchantville, Maple ShadE, Clementon, N. J. PERLA BLOCK CORP. OF MOORFSTOWN. N J. Cinder Block Manufacturers Building Mate rials Chimney BXock-Comer and Sash Block-Lintsls Steel and Aluminum Window Sash Face Bricks-Lime-Cement cocoon THIRD and STANWICK ROAD MOORESTOWN-Phone BE 5- 1880 5-1881 MOORESTOWN NEWS, INC. Publisher of News Chronicle Member of National and New Jersey Press Association 226 Chester Ave. Phone BE 5-2500 lOCUST lANE FARM DAIRY LOIUS'I LANE FARM DAIRY .L HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK COTTAGE CHEESE GOLDEN GUERNSEY l'America's Table Milkll Phone Moorestown BE 5-1800 Phone Merchantville 8-2766 "Since 1922 The Better Milk" LC. WORREll, INCM ALBERT E. MELLOR, Jr., President PLUMBING-HEATING-OIL BURNERS-PUMPS BElrnont 5-0030 115 East Third Street 5-0529 5-3776 Moore stown Best Wishes to the Class of '57 from F.W. WOOLWORTH C0. 123 W. Main Street Moorestown New Jersey IT'S NlWl..MONlV-SAVIN6I 0 Ana: year: 9! venarch and tummy, hlgh lensiIe "rang"! Heel ha! been coated will! aluminum by a palenled bonded precast! I! n- Ihll conulon many you" longer- nuvu you monay. WI a hlgh qual- lly lane: a! I prlu umpavublc wlvh ban 0! Inner qualiiy. Phon- or wrlh a! ones '91 M m and hot ulimuh-na ubllgu'lon. JOSEPH BUSH 8: SONS Belmont 5-0729 State Highway No. 73 Moorestown, New Jersey MAGUIRE'S FLOWERS "Flowers for the Student' Prices Tailored to Fit His Pocketbook Bertram Horton, Manager 221 Fairview Avenue BE 5-1300 List With Us We're Double Barreled -TWO OFFICES TO SERVE YOU- ROB'T. M. COPELAND, INC. Real Estate Insurance Notary 3 Bustleton Ave., Feasterville, Pa. ORchard 3-5420 100 W. Camden Ave., Moorestown, N. J. BElmont 5-2700 A Complete Service In Either State lEONARD A. 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Aluminum Storm Sash and Screens - Sales 8: Installation Phones Moorestown BE 5-1273 BE 5-2377 BUZZY'S LUNCHEONETTE For Fine Home-Cooked Food And Popular Fountain Treats Breyer1s Ice Cream Home-made Donuts 133 West Main Street RALPH'S MARKET For the best in Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Groceries and Choice Meats BE 5-0132 131 W. Main St. Moorestown, New Jersey N. EDWARD MELTON Successor To GROBLER FUNERAL HOME Telephone Moorestown BE 5-0009 5-0263 76-78 East Main St. Moorestown Compliments of THOMAS BARLOW Tile Contractor BE 5-1953 320 S. Washington Avenue Moorestown, New Jersey MI LT'S SINCLAIR SERVICE Phone BE 5- 1630 62 E. Main Street Moorestown, New Jersey BUDGET PLAN CORP. Consume r Loans BE 5-2626 131W. Main St. Moorestown, New Jersey HOLLINGSHEAD Feed - Coal Fuel Oil - Fertilizer BE 5-0300 Moorestown, New Jersey LLOYD 0 LEWIS AU TOMOTIVE REPAIRS Texaco Products Phone: BE 5-9102 Route 38 Moorestown, New Jersey MAPLE SHADERS Music For Your Liste'ning and Dancing Pleasure Telephone MErchantville 8-0186 After 5 P. M. cMo Mrs. Fred Emig 22 East Linwood Avenue Maple Shade New Jersey LITTLE BUMP SHOP Insurance Work Body and Fender Work Wrecks Rebuilt Paul J. Grass MOorestown BE 5-1823 Route 73 Maple Shade New Jersey Edeled Edeled Potato Chips 'Peanut Sandwiches HSatisfactory Service Always" WILLIAM E. RATZEll DISTRIBUTOR Bachman's Ice Cream Cones Thin Pretzels Mayonnaise, Pickles, Etc. PHONE ME 8-1613 Maple Shade New Jersey MURRAY JEWElERS M. Kristel MErchantville 8-3826 11 East Main Street Maple Shade New Jersey SUN RAY DRUG MAPLE SHADE PROGRESS OF MAPLE SHADE A Weekly Newspaper Prescription Spe cialists FRANK E. GERKENS, Jr. Editor and Publisher Quality - Service - Economy Telephone ME 8-1788 Free Delivery Service 306-08 E. Main St. at Fellowship Rd. Maple Shade, New Jersey You Call We Deliver CUTLER AGENCY Arthur N. Cutler INSURANCE - REALTORS APPRAISERS 104 East Main Street Maple Shade New Jersey WELSH'S FIRESTONE Frigidaire Appliances RCA Television FIRESTONE Sales and Service ME 8-2601 8-2729 Maple Shade, New Jersey THE APPAREL SHOP Nationally Known Brands of Men's Ladiesk and Childrenls Wear MErchantville 8-4521 14 E. Main St. Maple Shade, New Jersey CESANEK'S TOT SHOPPE ME 8-6310 Storks Lent for Showers 9 E. Main St. Maple Shade, New Jersey PARMELEE'S DRUGS 8: PRESCRIPTIONS Harold L. Parmalee, Jr., Reg. Phar. 28 E. Main Street Maple Shade, New Jersey MAPLE SHADE PHARMACY. INC. THE REXALL 5 TO RE I. Brecker and J. Marks, Pharmacists Telephone: MErchantville 8 -1270 2 East Main Street Maple Shade, New Jersey WHITE'S SELECT SHOP Phone: MErchantville 8-2272 Wearing Apparel for Women 142 Broadway, Westville, N. J. 18 E. Main Street, Maple Shade, N. J. 5 Scott Street, Riverside, N. J. JAMES B. JOHNSTON "The Insurance Man" Telephone: ME 8-3205 13 N. Forklanding Road Maple Shade, New Jersey PAT DUCHE, DRESS SHOPPE ME 8-9835-W 18 E. Main St. Maple Shade, New Jersey MACK'S DEPARTMENT STORE S. MAKAREWICZ Proprietor MErchantville 8-6994 123 E. Main St. Maple Shade, New Jersey Best Wishes To The Class of '57 FLOSSIE'S SWEET SHOP 117 E. Main St. Maple Shade, New Jersey C. FRED VOGDES. INC. Insurance - Real Estate - Mortgages Property Management ME 8-1795 6 W. Main Street Maple Shade, New Jersey DEE BEE SHOPPE Lingerie, Sportswear, and Hosiery Featuring. . . Maidenform Bras Jantzen Bras and Girdles Playtex Bras and Girdles Exquisite Form Bras 10 W. Camden Ave. Lenola, New Jersey MAPLE SHADE GARAGE Fred Olt, Prop. Repairing - Battery Service Gas - Oil - Supplies Phone ME 8-1678 101 Main Street Maple Shade, New Jersey ANN'S GIFT SHOPPE Hallmark 8: Gibson Cards Greeting Cards - Gifts of Distinction Specializing in Lamps and Tables Mrs. Anna McShea, Proprietor Phone MErchantville 8-1899 16 Helen Avenue Maple Shade, New Jersey HENRY C. BECHIER 16 W. Main St. Maple Shade, New Jersey MAPLE MARKET Choice Meat our Specialty Free Delivery Phone ME 8-5979 120 West Main St. Maple Shade, New Jersey KRISTOL'S Men's 8x Boys' Shop Arrow Shirts - Adam Hats Award Sweaters and Jack ets In Your School Colors 1 East Main Street Maple Shade, New Jersey TORCHIE'S FUEL OIL SERVICE Charles S. Torchie Tel.: ME 8-3316 SO. Fellowship Road and 73 Maple Shade, New Jersey CENTRAL STATIONERS School 8t Office Supplies Hallmark Greeting Cards Merchantville 8-10374 19 E. Main Street Maple Shade, New Jersey DICKMAN 8K HANSEN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Lighting Fixtures and Electrical Supplies ME 8-5064, ME 3-2277-W ME 8-3586-W 105 East Main St. Maple Shade, New Jersey RADFORD JEWELERS Hamilton-Elgin -Gruen Watche s Keepsake Diamonds ME 8-6190 100 East Main Street Maple Shade MAPLE SHADE ESSO SERVICENTER Art Hainley Main St, 8: Coles Ave. Maple Shade, New Jersey SYPHERD FUEL CO. Finest Fuels Since 1898 Superlawn Liquid Fertilize r WOodlawn 3 -O629 0LT BROS.. INC. Fuel 8: Oil Burners Sales 8: Service Phone ME 8 -4400 7745 Maple Ave. Merchantville, New Jersey BISHOP'S DAIRHS QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone HObart 1-0476 Riverside, New Jersey rewarding ABBOTTS DAIRHS Ice Cream Division GET 4gaau; MILK AND ICE CREAM ARNOLD'S ESSO SERVICE C. H. HAINES 9 SONS, INC. 24 Hour Towing Service Auto Repairing Everything for the Farm and Garden Phone BElmont 5-9712 Seeds, Fertilizers Phone Home BElmont 5-4167 Farm Equipment On Route 38 Between Hartford 8: Masonville Road Phone: Riverton 9-1589 - 9-1590 Masonville, New Jersey Palmyra, New Jersey DE SIMONE'S SERVICE STATION Hartford Phone BE 5-9792 RD 2 Moorestown New Jersey Compliments of MONTGOMRY'S ATLANTIC STATION Rt. 73 Off Exit 4 on the N. J. Turnpike BROOK'S GULF SERVICE Gasoline - Oils - Lubrication Washing - Towing - Tires Batteries - Accessories MErchantville 8-9262 MErchantville 8-1635-J Station Residence Northeast Corner Main Street and Lippincott Avenue Maple Shade New Jersey JOSTEN'S 1897 Our 60th Anniversary 1957 Your Josten Class Ring Your First Fine Jewelry You Will Cherish It The Longest Representative: Ken Wingrove Box 85 Long Branch, New Jersey REAL STEAK CO. Whole sale Di stributors Meal: Specialties 618 Maple Avenue Haddonfield, New Jersey RICCI'S lUNCHEONETTE Pizza NTomato Pia - Submarine Sandwiches Spaghetti and Ravoli Dinners Avoid Waiting - Phone Your Order Moorestown 9-09lOJ-3 Rt. 73 and Belmont Avenue Fe llowship Heights New Jersey GEORGE B. VROOMAN. INC. Whole 3 ale Dis tributor 8 Quality Canned Foods Philadelphia 47 , Pa . Ed Baker HOLLY HOUSE RESTAURANT Seating Up To 1200 Air Conditioned MErchantville 8 -5227 Browning Road and Crescent Blvd. Pennsauken 8, New Jersey A. K. HARMAN 8: SONS Whole 3 ale Food Di 3 tributor s Packers of "Harmany" Brand Fruits 8: Vegetables CO 5-5100 Oaklyn, New Jersey KIMBALL'S BAKERY WORKMAN'S 7 a.m. to 9 p.rn. Daily Closed Monday Hosiery, Notions and Yard Goods OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY BE 5-0201 8 West Camden Avenue 6 W. Camden Ave. Lenola, New Jersey Lenola, New Jersey JOHNSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE Specializing in Clothing - Haberdashery - Shoes For Men 8: Boys Popular Prices Haddonfield Medford Moorestown CAMERA CORNER Photographic Supplies Portraits, Wedding Albums Records 7 Kings Highway East Haddonfield, New Jersey HA 9-9559 110 East Main St. Moorestown, New Jersey BE 5-1367 COLLINS ROAD MARKET Home Grown Fruits Vegetable 5 Nursery Stock Insecticides Fungicides OPEN ALL YEAR Route 38 and Lenola Road Moorestown BE 5-2159 MARLTON SUPPLY CO. Paints - Hardware House Furnishings Telephone: Medford 7-6390 4 North Maple Avenue Marlton, New Jersey L. WARREN MAHN Real Estate and Insurance EAstgate 1-0022 35 East Main Street Marlton, New Jersey CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '57 Eleanor Hulse Joan Barton Peggy Horner Kathy Tomlinson Daisy Maclnnes Betty Reis Darlene Somers Jean Sattazahnn Marilyn Powell Barbara Mull Betty Packer Margo Penton Dottie Walters Barbara Shillings Pat Young Judith Lester Perhaps the most valuable result 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 BUSINESS EDUCATION SOCIETY M oorestown High School coomsv WELDING a MACHINE. INC. LOUIS E. smz e BROS. co, Mm Chain Saws Lincoln Welders Portable Generators Academic Caps 81 Gowns "Sales 8: Rentals" Phone AM 7-0918 4th 8; Race Sts. Rt. 38 Philadelphia 6, Pennsylvania Mt. Holly, New Jersey BEST WISHES AND SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF '57 Bev. Keller Mar Cini Dottie Carcanague Harry Ellers HspikeH Alice Hyland Velma Humes Carol James Judith Lester Sandra Kohl Jo-Ann Kirpach Barbara Cummings Bonnie Cummings Judy Diehl Margie J. DiMassimo Carol Dublick Alice Fitzgerald Michael Gallagher PATRONS Mr. 8: Mrs. J. W. Bruce Mr. Mitchell Stern Mrs. Raymond S. Clapperton Mr. 3: Mrs. Eugene Klienfield Mr. :: Mrs. Maurice Collins Mr. Joseph Topay Mr. 8: Mrs. Armel Nutter : , Mr. Martin L. Fisher Mr. James Brocco Dr. 8: Mrs. Samuel Lukoff Mr. 8: Mrs. Herman Daniels Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert J. Klein Mr. 8: Mrs. George Brant Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Odlen Compliments of H.E. NEWTON OUR OWN MAKE . . . Assorted party mints Salted nuts Ice cream Assorted candy 18 W. Center Street, Merchantville, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF RICCFS SHOES, Inc. 43 Kings Highway East Haddonfield, N. J. "THE COWTAIL BAR" HOLLY RAVINE FARM DAIRIES Wishes the Class of '57 Great Success Stop in for the W'orldk Most Famous Fountain Delicacies MERLIN MOTOR CO. Free Pick up And Delivery Service 0Q? A33 MM SALES - SERVICE - PARTS Wilson Blvd. at Baird Camden 11, N. J. Phone, Emerson 5-6800 LEARN MORE . , . EARN MOREH STEELMAN BUSINESS SCHOOL Since 1920 COMPLETE BUSINESS TRAINING SECRETARIAL STENOGRAPHIC TYPEWRITING BOOKKEEPING ACCOUNTING COMPTOMETER OFFICE PRACTICE CIVIL SERVICE OFFICE MACHINES DAY and EVENING CLASSES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 502 LINDEN STREET Phone: WOodlawn 4-3369 CAMDEN 2, N. J. GEORGE EVANS UNIFORMS EVANS EQUIPMENTS 132 N. FIFTH STREET PHILADELPHIA 6, PA. SXNCI 1863 Belmont 5-9772, 5-0231 Maple Shade, N. J. Route 73 DUNCAN HINES APPROVED PATIO COURT MOTEL MOTEL Swimming Pool - Television Air Conditioned Near N. J. Turnpike Jack Kramer, Owner Exit No. 4 JOHN SEXTON 8. CO. The National Chain Whole sale Grocers P. O. Box 508 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania COMPLIMENTS OF The First National Bank of Marlton MARLTON, N. J. Phone Eastgate 1-0353 MEMBER FEDERAL DE POSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MANUFACTURERS OF: REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE FOR DRIVEWAYS - CULVERTS HOME DEVELOPMENTS MAPLE AVE. - MOUNT HOLLY - N. J, APW The BRIDGE which carries a deal to completion is MORTGAGE FINANCING In a tight money market if is vital to remember That - NOT until your mortgage is assured is your deal really confirmed! 20a m?! Wc5 N U TT E R MORTGAGE SERVICE Realtors COMMERCIAL . RESIDENTIAL o INDUSTRIAL PHILADELPHIA 7, PA.: 21 i4 Philo. th'l Bank Bldg, thtenhouse 6-8520, C. ARMEL NUTTER, Jr., Mgr. CAMDEN 1, N. J.: 509 Cooper Street s WOodiawn 3-5lOO ------ l, G, BRILL, Mgr. C. ARMEL NUTTER, President HAROLD P. NUTTER, Vice-Presidenf m :1. 5,; .


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