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

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In the philosophy of Moorestown High School there is a statement which says that the Secondary School plays a Vital and personalized part in the training of youth for healthy, happy, responsible Citizenship in a democracy. All the phases of our school life are pointed toward the realization of these ideals. The philosophy continues, gt. . . in a Democracy every individualis OBLI- GATIONS are just as inalienable as are his RIGHTS? From this belief comes our school pledge: i770 Moorestown High School, I pledge my wholehearted allegiance. On my honor I promise earnest cooperation with student officers and teachers and loyal support of all student activities, and school or- ganizalions. :Self-discipline, shall be my slogan? PPTO Moorestown High Schaol N we pledge our V , wholehearted allegiance 5 - In M emoriam ALFRED GEMMELL hThe best way to preserve democracy is to deserve it,, Alfred Gemmell, our late principal, was a friend who, by precept and example, showed us the principles of true education by which we might preserve and deserve the democracy in which we live. Table of Contents Administration ........... 9 Faculty................I5 Activities...............28 Organizations ........... 61 Underclassmen .......... 87 Seniors ................. 101 Advertisements .......... 137 Sending Schools Maple Shade Junior High School Moorestown Junior School Hillside School Mt. Laurel Moorestown Parochial School l r I o 0 Q31 , .1 U Awn WK kl: 9 1 V K v . a A L NY X V XI; , ,. x K, V 1k; '3; i. ,' H , , x . . A -' yJ K II , I x k . . a L . a '. . yo" f, , Kl n'x - ' V q , ' g . . ,' I K. , 1x ,A - V ; ' r y '1 I , k." V . V V r r : a ! u 1 $x I x ' . "g h ,1 I K 4.4 , ' , -' ' 1 ' j - l I :3 . , V X; j i " . : . y, 4 ; x: - 3 " 1U L x 9. m m . . Beard Of Education Moorestown, New Jersey as of February 17, 1958 Left to right: Mr. David L. Taylor, Mr. William K. Davis, Mr. William H. Allen, III, Mrs. Vincent DelDuca, Mr. Albert C. Hobbie, President C. Dixon Heyer, Mr. Walter L. Molineaux, Mr. Vincent G. Bush, and Vice President John Wolcott. The Board of Education is one of the most impor- t tant civic groups in the community. In determining t the broad policies within which the school functions and achieves its objectives, the Board of Education is one of the first lines of defense of our American heritage and our American way of life for ttthe foundation of the state is the education of its yout 7 The class of 1958 is grateful for the unselfish service of the Board of Education in maintaining policies which made possible a high quality of pub- lic education. : President .................................... MR. C. DIXON HEYER Vice-President ............................ MR. JOHN WOLCOTT ATHLETICS, STUDENT ACTIVITIES, AND MEMORIAL FIELD Mr. Albert C. Hobbie CAFETERIA Mr. David L. Taylor FINANCE AND INSURANCE Mr. William H. Allen, 111 HEALTH Mrs. Lillian DelDuca NEW BUILDINGS Mr. Vincent G. Bush NEW SITES Mr. William K. Davis POLICY Mr. Albert C. Hobbie PROPERTY AND TRANSPORTATION Mr. Walter L. Molineaux TEACHERS AND ORGANIZATION Mr. John Wolcott l0 Superintendent of Schools Paul R. Jones M.A., Columbia University . . . FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLSl DESK: Very often we assume because we are born in a democracy that all of us will under- stand and appreciate it. Nothing could be a greater fallacy. Many people who have grown up as citizens of this country and have been exposed to all the democratic institutions of our way of life seem to have little understanding of the responsibilities that must Cbme with democratic government. Such people, have little regard for the rights and privileges of others and show little appreciation for the government of which they are a part. This is probably true because so many things in life are taken for granted. There is no quick method by which good civic attitudes can be established. Only as all of us study the development of democratic institutions can we value and appreciate them. Such a study will reveal that our social heritage has been a process of slow and painful procedure. It has been accumulated day by day and year by year; our generation has had the opportunity to profit by the work and struggle of many generations that preceded it. You as members of the CLASS OF 1958 have had many opportunities to study democracy in action. You have had the chance to participate in perhaps a small way. Now as the future leaders of your generation you will have within your experience the responsibility to take your proper place in this great nation of ours. May this ex- perience prove to be the most valuable to you and to the country of which you are a part. PAUL R. JONES Superintendent of Schools M arion L. LeConey Secretary Board of Education Louise McC. Bechtel Executive Assistant to Superintendent B.A., Oberlin College M.A., Columbia University Carl F . Hensinger Principal of High School M.A., Lehigh University TO THE SENIORS HYouth in a Democracyi, is indeed a very timely theme for this 1958 edition of the N utshell. In your classes and school organizations you have experienced the satisfaction of work- ing with your fellow students and teachers in groups to achieve certain goals: developing skills, learning to think intelligently, serving your school and community, learning to use leisure .wisely, learning to safeguard your health, etc. This experience of working as a member of a gioup is excellent training for life in a democracy. In your classes and the many activities of the school you have also had the opportunity to develop your individual capacities as you have seen fit. You have enjoyed the freedom to select your program of studies to prepare for a career or a college of your own choosing. Your individual achievement is very important in democracy. Yours has been a broad education conceived in freedom and dedicated to the idea that the development of the individual is the real goal of education. This is the real meaning of youth in a democracy. May you bring credit to yourselves, to your community, and to your school as you seek to achieve success and happiness in this great democracy. Good luck! g$ y D g . M argaret M . Binker Assistant to the High School Principal and Guidance M.S., Temple University Secretarial Staff Mrs. Dunn, secretary for the cafeteria. Mrs. Anderson reads college records. Mrs. Carlson prepares for a busy day! N' we pramise earnest cooperation with student Officers 9? and teachers F aculty Student Government BARBARA S. ALLEN English A.B., Dickinson College STEWART J . BARTHOLD Mathematics B.E., Lebanon Valley College M.Ed., Temple University BERNICE H. BORNEMAN Cafeteria Director 3.5., Mansfield State Teachers College MARGARETTA F. CHEGWIDDEN Art Pennsylvania Museum School of Art ELSIE M. CLARK English B.A , Lebanon Valley M.A., New York University NILA R. ARONOW s English 1 A.B., Vassar College ROBERT J. BARRALL Social Studies Attendance Office BLAIR B. BECHTEL Mathematics B.A., Juniata College M.A., University of Pennsylvania RUTH E. BUMP Librarian B.A., Douglass College B.S., School of Library and Service M.S., Columbia University RAYMOND S. CLAPPERTON World History A.B., Juniata College M.Ed., Temple University MARGARET CRISPIN Business Education BS. in Ed., Temple University English A.B., Coucher College Chemistry B.S., Penn State Latin Home Economics B.S., Drexel Institute MS. of Technology .M., Hendrix College EMILY F. DANIELS THOMAS E. GARBRICK CAROLIN E T. HAAS B.A., Georgian Court College FLORENCE L. D. HEAL .A., Columbia University .nsfield eState eachers LAWRENCE L. DIEHL Industrial Arts B.S College ALICE P. GEBBIE Home Nursing, F irst Aid, Guidance RN. B.S., University of Michigan DORIS M. HALL English B.A., American University FRANCES HUBBARD Permanent Substitute Teacher Montclair, New Jersey, Normal School ROSALYN KANE General Science, Biology B.A., Hunter College M.S., New York University , California State Teachers PEARL B. KING Business Education Taylor Business School KIKI KONSTANTINOS Biology, Health, First Aid, Physical Education B.S., West Virginia M.A., West Virginia PHYLLIS LEHMAN Physical Education, Health 13.5., Trenton State Teachers College RICHARD A. LORING Social Studies 13.8., West Virginia GEORGE W. MASTERS Physical Education, Health B.S., Lock Haven State Teachers College HELEN MCKINNEY Spanish B.A., University of Colorado WILLIAM KLANSEK Mathematics B.S., United States Merchant Marine Academy THALIA KOUVATAS Homemaking B.S., Drexel Institute of Technology MILLICENT LEVY Distributive EducatiOn B.B.A., City College of New York MICHAEL MADDOCK Speech, English, Dramatics B.S., Mansfield State Teachers College M.Ed., Penn State MARGARET S. MCKELVEY Latin B A., Immaculata College KENNETH C. MERRILL Director of Guidance BA.7 Bloomsbury State Teachers College M.Ed., Temple University ROBERT E. MILLS Auto Driving 3.5., West Chester State Teachers College ADA P. OTTO English, History B.A., Rutgers University JANE W. PUGH Mathematics B.A., University of Iowa WILLIAM RIZOS United States History A.B., Muhlenberg College M.Ed., Temple University RUTH W. RULIFSON English A.B., Syracuse University M.A., Syracuse University MARK E. SETZER Science 3.5., Penn State M.A., Lehigh University RICHARD A. NOYES Mechanical Drawing Oswego New York State Normal ELIZABETH J. PARSONS French, Publicity Director 3.5., University of Pennsylvania M.A., Middlebury College PHILIP J. QUINN Business Education B.S., LaSalle College M.A., University of Pittsburgh MARIAN RODNEY English, College Advisor A.B.7 University of Delaware M.A., University of Pennsylvania RUTH W. SCHWARTZ English B.A., Susquehanna University Bloomsburg State Teachers College s M w 62 K . MRENCE E. SHARP American History I 1 a BS, University Of Pennsylvania M.A., University of Pennsylvania ELIZABETH C. SHINN Business Education Rider College NORMAN S. STEINMEYER Business Education B.S., Drexel Institute of Technology M.A., New York University KATHRYN R. SWALM American History II, Student Council Advisor B.A., Lebanon Valley M.A., University of Pennsylvania WINIFRED THOMPSON American History II B.A., Douglass College M.A., Columbia University W. CROVER WEARSHING Physical Education, Health B.S., Temple University M.Ed., Temple University CHARLES M. WIBLE Physics 35., Gettysburg College M.A., University of Pennsylvania '3 f aWs ZKAQMZJ .e.4?4 I g, MARJORIE V. SMILEY Spanish A.B., University of North Dakota MILDRED H. STOHNER Business Education B.S., Trenton State Teachers College ERWIN TSCHEBULL Biology A.B., Temple University M.Ed., Rutgers University ROSEMARY C. TRACY Mathematics A.B., Marywood College M.A., Marywood College I a: x j J 2:; IRKiEgKb H Phlgicgi 1595A i ,1 I U x if French EX ' y kA.B., Temple Univers MARY R. WILLIAMS Business Education B.S., Indiana State Teachers College M edical Staff Moorestown High School provides adequate medi- cal facilities for all students. During the year, pupils receive both physical and dental examinations and a Mantoux test, given by members of the staff. Being weighed in, by Mrs. Murray. Dr. Elwell examines an elementary student. 23 Odysseus keeps the freshmen in a whirl. Under the College Preparatory curricula students have a choice of either the Scientific Course or the Classical Course. The Classical Course emphasizes languages, offering students four years of Latin, Spanish, and French. Two languages are required for this course as well as mathematics and one year of science. hAll roads lead to Rome?y 24 Calleg C lassical Course English Latin F rench reparation Scientific Course Physics Trig Biology Future physicists at work. What is it, Lindaiw 25 L00ks difficult, doesnR it, Bobbie? The Scientific Course stressing science and mathematics, includes a choice of plane and solid geometry, three years of algebra, trigo- nometry in the math department as well as biology, physics and chemistry in science fields. Both the college preparatory courses prepare students for superior scholarship in college. Vbcadona Business Course T wing Shorthand Bookkeeping 11 looks all right. The Business and General Courses of KMoorestown High School prepare the stuaent for business or vocational work after graduation. In the Business Course two years of typing, bookkeeping and stenography are required. Other subjects offered are dis- tributive education, office practice, sales- manship, law and economics, and busi- ness mathematics. qfs Greek to me." Training to be future bookkeepers. 26 reparation General Course Home Economics M echanical Drawing Shop HDo you understand now, Frankiw The general course is designed primarily for the student who has not definitely decided upon a future vocation. The studies include both those of a college preparatory nature and those of a business nature. For students interested in manual training or home economics, there arehfine courses of- fered in shop, mechanical drawing, sewing and cooking. In addition to these courses, art and music are open to all students. Measure carefully, you,re being judged! Mr. Diehl explains the use of the tools. All Studen uidance apartment Do I have your application for college, AnneW College information, c a r e e r V choice, aptitudes, and course plan- ning are all important parts of the guidance department. Miss Thompson interviews a J unior about her plans. Mr. Merrill confers with some underclassmen. urriculum H istory Library P.0.D. students learn that they have obligations, too! All students are required by state law to take four years of English, four years of physical education, two years of American History, plus first aid, and home hygiene for the girls. T0 supplement these, courses in ancient and modern his- tory7 and world geography are of- fered. All students make full use of the facilities offered by the library. could hear a pin drop! That will be two cents, please. " and loyal support of all student activities - 99 Student Activities Athletics Social HANK DAVID JOHN WOJTKOWIAK BILL ALBRECHT Haliback Quarterback Halfback JIM WESTCOTT BOB HUNT End End AL BURGER LARRY MAIO TOM HODGSON F ullback End End 32 Champions BOB SMYTHE JOE FREYNIK MIKE UNEILL Halfback Quarterback Halfhack DAVE CONSTANTINE ED BROWN JOE URBAN Guard Guard DAVE ROBINSON BOB DeSIMONE Tackle Tackle S. Ratzell, P. Kincaid, J. Hohwald, E. Fitzpatrick, C. Lynch, B. Rumford, J. Schatz, C. J. Tracy, J. Wescott, W. Albrecht7 D. Robinson, D. Constantine, T. Hodgson, A. Ferg, M. Kohl. Third row: R. Guy, manager; E. Brown, R. Hunt, D. Armstrong, J. Verbaro, J. Egan, F. Ma'rone, First row: B. Shone, manager; B. Lawyer, Heilmeier, W. Dietrich, G. Andrews. Second row: R. Brody. B. Meyers, J. Urban, A. Burger, J. Wojtkowiak, H. David, R. DeSimone, L. Maio, B. Baumann. R. Franke, C. Gravenstein, W. Connell, J. Freynik, C. Gromada, R. Smythe7 W. Koser, D. Shock, M. Gallagher, T. Patts7 P. Holberton. Fourth row: A. Faxon, manager, R. Kalyn, G. Masulonis, G. Teas, H. Rudderow, W. Phillips, K. Van Hart, W. Blue, R. Kelly, L. Sullivan, R. Evans. x Kg VAlgSITY SCORES KN hf r73 49 u . . Thls yea? 1;?5 the flrst perfect season In football hlstory at Moorestowff igh. The Quakers established a new record of nine straight games and were awarded the South Jersey Group . "k 111 Championship. Our coaches: Masters, Loring7 Klansek, Konstantinos. ,V. 2 F irst. row : P. Kalkstein, R. Sharpe, C Lauhenstein, S. Berger, G. Keefe, J. Donnolo, F. Olsen. Third row: R. Brody, manager; T. Tanner, T. Walton, D. Steinsieck, G. Hocking, B. Shone, manager. IV.SCORES OPP. Haddonfield ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 19 Burlington ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 19 Woodrow Wilson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 27 Haddon Heights ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 Ewing 12 Audubon Mount Holly FROSHiSCORES OPP. Haddonfield .......................................... 0 Riverside ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 12 Palmyra ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13 Burlington .......................................... V 18 Audubon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13 Collingswood ,,,,,,,,, ,, 13 Haddon Township . 6 Deptford Township ................................ 26 Mount Holly ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 20 121 . Wittman, E. Rynex, C. Engle, J. Hunt, L. Clevenger. Second row: W. Gromada, D. Kinsey, W. Wittman, R. Paoletti, T. McMullen, R. First row: E. Schrufer, S. Andrews, M. Walton, J. Test, A. Horrocks7 C. Smithson, A. Hyland. Second row: C. Anderson, manager; D. Holberton, B. Walton, L. Brown, A. Shockey, B. Zeigler, M. Bowers, S. Kohl, K. Anderson, manager; Coach P. Lehman. Varsity H ockey The Moorestown High School hockey team, coached by Mrs. Charles Lehman, ended the season with a record of six wins, three ties, and n0 losses. The high scorer for the season was Jo Ann Test with ten goals. Next was Anne Hor- rocks with five and Carol Smith- son, Ellie Schrufer, Midge Walton with one. MHS H wWNNiPNO OPP. Palmyra ............................ 2 tpractice gamei Audubon ............................ 1 tpractice game1 Haddon Heights ................. 0 Merchantville .................... 0 Haddonfield ...................... 1 Haddon Heights ................ 1 Merchantville .................... 1 Haddonfield , ................ 0 Moorestown Frlends ........ 1 Junior Varsity Hockey First row: V. LoCicero, S. Moore, C. Deaterly, D. Elwell, V. Johnson, D. Worth, E. McCloskey. Second row: B. Yundt, man- ager; S. Deasy, N. Neuber, L. Pettibone, B. Egner, M. Slater, F. Keller, D. Mather, C. Hoffman, manager; Coach P. Lehman. J.V. HOCKEY FRESHMAN HOCKEY MHS OPP. MHS OPP. 2 Palmyra 1practice game1 ........................ 0 1 Pitman 0 0 Audubon 1practice game1 ............. A 1 2 Haddonfield -- ..................................... 0 7 Haddon Heights -1 0 1 HaddoniHeights ........................................ 1 1 Merchantville 1 5 1 Palmyra .................................................... 0 0 Haddonfield 1 0 Moorestown Friends .................................. 5 3 Haddon Heights ......................................... 0 1 Merchantville ............................................. 1 1 Haddonheld ---. ------------------------------------------- 2 F reshman Hockey Squad 1 Moorestown Fnends .................................. 0 First row: E, Robertson, L. DuVenage, A. Bellsford, C. Gibbons, J. Hackmon, T. Acton, S. Collings, S. Nuckels. Second row. E. Shea, L. Lily, D. Ellis, L. 13113, J. Williams, V. Geiger, V. Ashburn, S. Smith, Coach P. Lehman. 37 Cheerleaders 1 958 w: 5800" Not picture VARSITY Diem. First row: B. Lloyd, M. Olt, S. Cromley, V. Tworzydlo, S. Eibye. Second row: R. Miller, J. Conover, A. Calhoun, J. Ha'gemann, L. Zemaitis, N. Wahl, C. Littler. IS everybothere ? " First row: R. Tschebull, Manager; R. Fitzpatrick, D. Hayes, D. Price, J. Waddell, C. Zwirner, Manager. Second row: J. Stojanov, W. Hagmaier, M. 0 Neill, W. Koser, J. Carcanague, R. KingSv bury, G. Collings. Third row: R. Hunt, M. Collins, C. Hurst, W. Hurst, G. Rodgers, J. Hohwald. Fourth row: P. Isenberg, Coach; R. Niedermayer, W. Hadlock, R. Smythe, R. DeSimone, D. Shock, R. Collins. TRACK During the 1957 season, Moorestown posted vic- tories over Lower Regional, Camden Vocational, Burlington, and Camden Catholic. We lost to C01- lingswood, Woodrow Wilson, Haddonfield and Had- don Heights. In the South Central League Meet, Moorestown placed third behind Palmyra and Mount Holly. The team is coached by Mr. Paul Isenberg. RESULTS Meets Won: Moorestown over Lower Regional Moorestown over Vocational Moorestown over Burlington Moorestown over Camden Catholic Meets Lost: Palmyra over Moorestown Collingswood over Moorestown Woodrow Wilson over Moorestown Haddonfield over Moorestown Haddon Heights over Moorestown South Central Championship Meet, Third Place Penn Relays-Fourth Friday Fifth Saturday Boys 9 Basketball Kneeling: B. Muse, R. Guy. Standing: C. Holmes, H. David, J. Freynik, D. Robinson, M. Emig, R. Meredith, P. Monska, Coach; M. Collins, J. Wescott, E. Douglas, R. LeFevre, L. Peacock. The Moorestown High School 1957-58 basketball team, under the most able direction of Coach Peter Monska, turned in a perfect record, the first in the history of the sport in our school. Three Champion- ships were won, and in the twenty-two games played the boys scored convincing Victories. During the regulation season of seventeen games the team won the Championship of the South-Central High School League with a record of eight victories and n0 de- feats. In state tournament play the South Jersey Group III Championship was won with Victories over Pleasantville, Audubon, and Woodrow Wilson. The Group 111 State Championship became ours with Victories over Lakewood High School, the Cen- tral Jersey Champion, and in the final game over Newark-Westside, the North Jersey Champion. The record: Twenty-two straight victories South-Central High School League Champions South Jersey Group III Champions Group III New Jersey State Champions Left: WFwo for Louf7 Right: NRobinson rebounds? J.V. and F rash Basketball Kneeling: J. Johnson, L. Williams, E. Bohb. First row: W. Kingston, J. Robertson, R. Smythe, R. Hawk, H. Graham, G. Gardner, J. Gibbons, T. Sermerini. Second row: J. Ridgeway, W. Nolan, R.MacMi11an,F. Mann, Coach P. Monska. M H S 59 69 48 57 71 54 47 59 48 61 47 52 67 62 61 48 JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES OPP. Camden Vocational ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 21 Haddon Heights ............................................................ 34 Haddonfield 46 Ewing Township ............................................................ 39 Palmyra 21 Haddon Heights ,, 29 Merchantville 58 Burlington 44 Woodrow Wilson .......................................................... 61 Mount Holly 32 Burlington 29 Mount Holly 56 Merchantville 45 Ewing Township 34 Palmyra 35 Haddonfield 45 FROSH SCORES MHS OPP. 21 Mount Holly 33 22 ,Collingswood ........ 49 21 EEwing Township ........ W43 22 1Delaware Township ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W21 32 Haddon Junior High .................................................... 33 22 Mount Holly 36 37 Oaklyn Junior High ............. 25 39 Pennsauken Junior High 46 23 Burlington Junior High ........................ W37 43 Deptford Township .............................. 1,26 21 Riverside 20 27 Palmyra 23' 42 Maple Shade Junior High ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 27 36 Riverside 27 43 Ewing Township ............................................................ 45 20 Burlington Junior High ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51 First row: B. Shone, B. MacMilIan, J. Maloney, W. Gromada, B. Shelden, B. Read, G. Keefe, B. Brody. Second row: P. Freuden- berg, D. Steinsieck, B. Laubenstein, B. Wilkins, J. Hunt, P. Kalkstein, D. Evans, S. Burger, C. Engle, Kiki Konstantinos. 4' Girls 9 B asketball First row: 5. Deasy, S. Andrews, L. Brown, A. Shockey, M. Walton. Second row: P. McChesney, Manager; M. Bowers, V. Johnson, M. Griffin, C. Smithson, Coach Lehman, A. Horrocks, J. Manning, B. Zeig1f3r, P. Wieckowski. Haddonfield ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 19 Merchantville ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 30 Haddon Heights ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, 31 Haddonfield Merchantville ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 27 Haddon Heights ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46 Moorestown Friends ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,54 The 1958 g1rls1 basketball team, coached by Mrs. Phyllis Lehman, ended the season with four Victories and three losses. Captain and high scorer was Lynne Brown with a record of 151 points. Next were Anne Shockey with 79 points and Sally Andrews with 56 points. Left: Will it go in? Below: Someone get free!! IV. and Freshman Basketball First row: B. Jones, D. Baumann, E. Evans, L, Pettibone, V. Adcock. Second row: L. Zealer, D. Ellwell, D. Mather, F. Keller, B. Egner, S. Bailey, A. Johnson, D. Worth, CoaCh Lehman. MHS JUNIOR VARSITY OPP MHS FRESHMAN OPP. 40 Haddonfield ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 36 33 Haddon Heights 20 Merchantville ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 23 35 Palmyra 29 Haddon Heights ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 29 34 Moorestown Friends 28 Haddonfield ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 23 39 Haddonfield 37 Merchantville ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15 39 Haddon Heights ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4O 24 Moorestown Friends ......................... 25 First row: G. Ashburn, B. McMillan, J. Lilly7 P. Matthews, J. Manning, S. Bopp, J. Hackman, E. Robertson, B. Wells, D. Grief. Second row: N. Larkworth, P. Little, J. Williams, B, A. Hills, D. Ellis, G. Geiger, L. Beaker, D. Humes, A. Altman. Third row: L. Wurld, J. West, M. Brggk; P. Dietrick, Coach Lehman. B oys9 Swimming kuerirton if: A. rger, A. Haff, C. Gromada, W. Albrecht, Captain; J. Mazur, R. Kingsbury, W. Koser. Second row: P. H01- . Walto , L. Peresytegy, R. Tanner, J. Davis, M. Gallagher, P. Simpson, J. Sherfessee. Third row: A. Thomas, Coach; NV. Hehsinger, J. Schaty, C. Ward, R. Whiting, A. Walters, D. Kinsey7 J. Koser, G. Hockgesang, L. Duffy, N. Grief, B. Baumann, tianager. Absent: H. Radford, T. Bridge, D. Allyn. A X DJ M The Quaker swimming team won its third straight South Jersey Swimming League Championship this year, and at the same time extended its winning streak in the circuit through 20 straight meets. In addition to Winning the league championship, MHS 29 55 41 54 54 66 51 63112 54 Moorestown became the first team in the 22-year history of the league to win three open meet titles in a row. Quaker captain, Bill Albrecht, enjoyed a particularly fine season as he established four in- dividual records in the loop. SWIMMING SCORES OPP. Girard College ....................................... 1157 Camden Vocational ...................................... 31 Germantpwn Academy ................................ 44 Haddon Heights ............................................ 34 Merchantville ................................................ 25 Camden Vocational ...................................... 19 Haddon Heights ........................................ 31 Merchantville 221g Malvern Prep ................................................ 32 SOUTH JERSEY INTERSCHOLASTIC INVITATION Moorestown Haddon Heights Ocean City 22 Merchantville 17 Camden Vocational ................................................ 6 SOUTH JERSEY HIGH SCHOOL OPEN Moorestown Haddon Heights Merchantville Camden Vocational ........ 54 24 51 Left: Coach Thomas happy with teams success. 44 5 Girls Swimming 4 Z! X p ,x' I I 171,377,115 1,144," 0,11 V XhB Zgirls 7gw1n$in1ngz eam,coatchgcfzf:1y Mrs. Be- iz'iz'atfice,a7hjX as gig, to another champion- :Mwhlp sea Mg; git? syglefeated Trenton, Haddon ?JJ-Ieighjy hats, VMa ntVilIe, Collingswood, and Mt. Holly ' twigture the South Jersey Girls Swimming League title. At the annual Interscholastic Meet at the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, Moorestown placed second behind George School. The team was captained by seniors Ellie Schrufer and Jo Ann Test. SCORES M.H.S. 52 Trenton 55 Merchantville ................. EEK 111111 Q: ................. 54 Haddon Heights .............. 58 Collingswood .................. QC n .;.,.17 55 Mount Holly 20 48 Merchantville xQQ ...... g ................. x ......... 27 WW W N 1 xgiw Our coach , Our Capt - 81113, and K: Ceme 00056.,, NW; 3911M mg; 95 m E?! 11111 F Ml mug EXME First row: K. Eisenstat, M. Palmer, L. Jans, V. Calhoun, 5. Smith, T. DuVinage, S. Collings. Second row: R. Hagan, V. LoCicero, S. Moore, B. Kemp. Third row: P. Wert, E. Kohl, J. Roberts, M. Heier, T. Winters, V. Rorke, K. Parry, Manager; J. Haff, Manager; Coach Thomas, H. King, Manager; N. Park, B. Walton, M. Slater, N. 1112111er, E. Schrufer,J. Test. Bowling First row: C. Holden, M. ltkoach T bull, S. m. B. Lepone. Second row: R. Rodgers, J. Mueller, c. Brubaker, E D. 1113559151 5' x 11 l 1 h x 5 1 X 1 A 11 11 GIRLS Northeast ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, lost 1033-1143 Lincoln .................................... lost 1094-1285 Olney ...................................... won 1175-1116 1155-1 136 Little Flower ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, won 1266-1053 St. John ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, lost 1031-1068 Little Flower ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, won 1 173-1034 Wilson .................................... won 1067-1063 Cheltenham ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, won 1243-1 106 St. John .................................. won 1120-1095 Cheltenham ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, won 1 148-1051 BOYS Lincoln .................................. won 1484-1220 Cheltenham ............................ lost 2056-2362 Wilson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, won 4299-4092 Cheltenham ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, won 2387-2258 Riverside ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, won 2476-2106 Lincoln .................................... won 1459-1437 Riverside ................................ won 1535-1301 Wilson .................................... lost 3520-3700 Kneeling: R. Cunningham, L. Moorehead. Standing: G. Masulonis, R. Montgomery, R. Brown. 46 Softball First row: R. Rogers, H. Wing, C. Smithson, N. Wallace, 5. Andrews M. Walton, J. Test, L. Brown, A. Shockey, N. Neuber, M. Bowers, M. Griffin, M. Slater, D. Elwell, Second row: N. Taylor, N. Parks, P. Weaver, V. Johnson, E. Eisemann, C. Keller, A. Crisp, M. L. Peacock, V. Smith, Coach Mrs. P. Lehman, B. A. Walton, T. Winters, E. McCloskey, P. McChesney, M. Bradley. Not pictured: S. Deasy, J. Forvour, C. Anderson, S. Moore. The girls7 softball team ended their 1957 season with a record of four wins and one loss. Pitcher, Nancy Wal- lace, aided the girls through this successful season. She allowed twenty-nine hits, struck out fourteen, had a no hit, n0 run game against Haddonfield, and a one-hitter against Merchantville. The team was coached by Mrs. Phyllis Lehman and c0-captained by Lynne Brown and Jo Ann Test. Sally Andrews and Anne Shockey had the highest batting averages of .545 and .667 respectively. L I G :4 pinup . 'K . V; 7 VARSITY Collingswood Merchantville Palmyra Haddon Heights Haddonfield JUNIOR VARSITY Collingswood Merchantville Palmyra Haddonfield First row: J. Freynik, H. David, F. Tag, T. Hodgson, R. Cauntt, S. Belletiere, C. Andrews, R. Brown. Second row: D. Guy, Manager, J. Wojtkowiak, A. Burger, D. Robinson, R. Franke, L. Nogle, J. Gregorio, H. Tull, G. Wearshing, Coach. quity Baseball MHS j OPP. MH , l OPP. L K ' 2 Woodrow Wilson ........ :2 Haddonfield . 12 0 Merchantville :15 I Haddon Heights 2 5 Palmyra .1 I 6 Mount Holly 5 3 Ewing ,,,,,, 'Var 3 Woodrow Wilson 7 4 Mount Holly x 1 Merchantville 2 5 Palmyra d 3 Haddon Heights 6 1 Burlin ton .1 0W 3 Haddonfield 7 g UV . X '2 First row: E. Brown, K. Peacock, G. Burke, R. Smyt e, F. Shourds, R. Godfrey, J. Ridgeway. Second row: A. Faxon, Manager, C. Holmes, R. Guy, D. Armstrong, J. Wescott, E. Barrett, R. Eldn'dge, C. Gravenstine, D. Steinmetz. WK First row: J. Schotz, T. Kenyon, C. Gromada. Second row: H. Graham, R. Cunningham, E. Kenyon, C. Fowler, W. Evoy. Golf Tennis MHS OPP. 5V2 Mount Holly 3V2 1 Collingswood 8 11A? Merchantville 71X; 9 Haddon Heights .............................................. 0 1V5 Haddonfield 7V2 5V2 Camden 3V2 7V2 Woodrow Wilson ............................. ...1V2 Haddonfield Mount Holly Camden Mount Holly Woodrow Wilson Woodrow Wilson Collingswood Haddonfield MU'ICJOUIUIUIUld; CMONJOOOOP-J First row: M. Korman, L. Webster, W. Kingston, P. Simpson. Second row: L. Souder, P. Kincaid, J. Westcott, K. KIOupa, J. Stotsenburg, Mr. Staples, Coach. uTh 6 m0 re the merriery and Burger help to Captains Wojtkowiak spirit at peprallies. Hup'. two, three, fourW In the auditorium. F uture Engineers Twenty members of the senior class had the op- portunity of attending a course in electronics, 0f- fered by the Moorestown branch of the Radio Corp- oration of America. The course consisted of series of lectures every Thursday night and laboratory ses- sions on Saturday mornings. Each member received a kit and, under the supervision of R.C.A. engi- neers, built his own radio. Belmont Five uQueen of Hearts" Ruth B wmgww K x Junior Play The Man Who Came to Dinner Directed by MICHAEL MADDOCK March 7, 8, 1958 Mrs. Stanle f 1' ' - , Ruth Ann Price M iss Preenyv- .. l ' , 4f? , X , 4,77? Mary Potts Richard Stanley , ; , v; ., " 4 1;"V Mo? Wigael Webster lane Stanljx 7e; ' - '1 54-55;: d hf! Doris Mennel John 779' 530p A$4zgz QM X f ' Harry Overline Sarah V,'3Zr!.l;; i-qflffrb .xru kTL-Ffligrzfxi :4 ff Virginia Smith Mrs. Dexter f1 ' , K I, 1 Wu Elaine Eisemann Mrs. McCutchensag V , z, , .. , Mary Umberger Mr. Stanley 3317,47, arid? 9112.2!th M44 Charles Gravenstine Maggie Cutler wjija :Mhyfnzr tiwlixf Merle Dzick Dr. Bradley stinzziai M, m X Ned Ellender Sheridan Whiteside MK K fhiiX'w44CWI-5fx Alfred Faxon Harriet Stanley . k: 077:4 Kawv 35v ,1, 44 Peg Kinneer Bert Jefferson ,w , X77 Ai'7nd4v"vkw"77j-1 Tim Hurley Mr. Baker If 0 gr: I 1 6'? Kb x; J 0 Carl Gromada Luncheon Guests $317!, 1233:2412 WM Tom Lillagore V Neil Forte Expressman Frances McGann Lorraine Sheldon Marelda Harte Sandy rian Lawyer Beverly Carlton John Johnston W escott"-.. Dean Wentz Radio Technicians Edward Marquart Stephen Burkstel Banjo Walter Blue Deputies Harvey Altman Fred Heisler Nunzio Durso Richard Haynes Plainclothesman John Egan Choral Group Diane Peacock '3- Elaine Eisemann ' p 1 . 1.7 Judy Mullowney f X Marie Anderson ' 001 Clarence George :3qu Senior Play Drums of Death Directed by MICHAEL MADDOCK November 22, 23, 1957 CAST 0F CHARAC'TERS Celeste ............................................ Mary Lou Pargny Harley Sheldon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Jerry Duncan Jules Alex Haff Mrs. Oakley ............................ Beth Ann Pingarron Mrs. Gillette ................................... . Hilda Wing Eugenia Bowles .................................... Elaine Jones Amelia Gillette ........................................ Jane Gray Newton Cooper ................................ Dan Steinmetz Doctor Cameron ................................ Richard Barney Paula Bailey .................................... Bobbie Lepone Top: 1 say weHre stayingW Second: 15 that clay on your feetfw Third: She will get the stone? Below: They is out there, Massa? Comer: Production staff The Junior Prom 66Fascination97 Music by IRV HARPER and his orchestra Saturday evening May twenty-fifth Nineteen hundred and fifty-seven Difmer before the dance. k: CLASS OFFICERS President ............................ WILLIAM ALBRECHT Vice President .................. JOHN WOJTKOWIAK Secretary ...................................... VELMA HUMES Treasurer ........................................ PAUL DELANY THE PROM A tux, a corsage A warm spring night- Music and waltz gowns, Twinkling starlight. A smile, a low laugh, A fragrance, a song, This night soon departs, The hours are gone. A wish was a memory, A faded corsage- A program, a charm, A remembered mirage. m- - and schoal organizatians. 99 The Nutshell First row: J. Test, V. Stevens, B. Kingston, J. Mullowny, B. Lepone, E. Wynne, A. Horrocks, D. Peacock, A. Faxon, A. Hyland. Second row: D. Somers, M. Olt, S. Millican, M. Carey, V. Adcock, S. Westgard, K. Jackson, A. Shockey, P. Weikow- skx, M. Potts, C, Deaterly, C. Holden. Third row: M. Griffen, J. Hagemann, A. Harney, C. Wychuls, B .Ballantine, N. Ernst, H. ng, D. Armstrong, J. Hill, T. Steinmetz, B. Griffith, J. Hall, F. McCoog, J. Jacoby. Editor-in-Chief ................................ Edith Wynne Assistant Editor .......................... Anne Horrocks Senior Editor ............................ Barbara Lepone Assistants .......................... Donald Armstrong Faith Drenk Junior Editor .............................. Esther Stevens Assistant ...................................... Joe Freynik ,,,,, Bill Kingston s- Vicki Adcock .......................... Paul Kalkstein Sophomore Editor ................ Assistant ......... F reshman Editor News Editor .................................... Alfred Faxon Assistants .................................. Barrie Griffith Bob Cunningham Mary Potts Sports Editor .................................... JoAnn Test Assistants ............................ Robert Ballentine Ann Shockey Hilda Wing Literary Editor .......................... Diane Peacock Assistant .......... Judy Mullowney Feature Editor ,,,,,,, Alice Hyland Assistant ................................ Pat Wieckowski Literary Secretary .................... Mary Ann Carey Assistants ........................................ Jane Hall Ann Harney Sandra Millican J une Hagemann Joyce Jacoby Photographer .................... Michael Korman Business Manager .............. Velma Humes Circulation Manager ................ Anna Mae Heller Assistant ...................................... Ruth Miller Business Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, MariOn Olt Literary Adviser ,,,,,, Elizabeth J. Parsons Business Adviser .................. Stewart J. Barthold 62 M agazine The Nutshell is the news magazine of Moorestown High School which is published five times a year. The literary staff directs all the activities con- nected with the preparation of written and photo- graphic copy while the business staff collects ads donated by local businessmen. All students, how- ever, are encouraged to submit stories, photographs and school news as well as to volunteer for related journalistic and secretarial activities. With the cooperation of the English Department, the Nutshell annually sponsors an all-school poetry and story contest. Miss Elizabeth J. Parsons is the literary adviser and Mr. Stewart J. Barthold is the business adviser. First row: F. Drenk, B. Griffith, B. Pingarron, B. Lepone, D. Armstrong, H. Wing, B. Lloyd, J. Gray, D. Makin. Second row: 5. Hough, J. Hill, P. Wieckowski, J. Freynik, R. Price, J. Johnstone, S. Heinricks, W. Blue, T. Acton, H. David, J. Johnson, C. Deaterly, S. Westgard. 63 Yearbook First row: W. Shirley, B. Lloyd, D. Makin, J. Test, D. Armstrong, E. Jones. Second row: J. Gale, B. Griffith, B. Pingarron, H. Wing, T. Hodgson, M. Miller, L. Zemaitis, D. Lefczik, M. Metcalf. Literary S taf f Editor-in-Chief ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Jo Ann Test Associate Editors ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Don Armstrong Donna Makin Literary Editors .................................. Jane Gale Hilda Wing Assistant ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Barrie Griffith Senior Editors ................................ Merle Miller Doris Lefczik Assistant ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Beth Pinga'rron Club Editor .............................. Lorraine Zemaitis Assistant ...................................... Elaine Jones Feature Editor .............................. Wilma Shirley Assistant ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Betsy Lloyd Girls, Sports Editor ............ Sara Cromley Boys, Sports Editor ........... Tom Hodgson Art Editor .................................... Mary Metcalf Typists .................................... Anna May Heller Peggy Hughes J'oan Fry Sandy Eibye Lee Webster Adviser .......................... Margaret S. McKelvey Art Adviser .................. Margaretta Chegwidden Staii members hard at work. The Nutshell Business S taf f Velma Hames ,,,,,, Business Manager Sandra Kohl ,,,,,,,, Associate Manager Marion Olt .......................... Assistants Carol Smithson Pat Daniels Henry David Jane Cale Sara Cromley Wilma Shirley Roberta Williams Dorothy Carcanague Judy Cesanek Gladys Seemuller Dorothea Holberton Mary Ann Soear Richard Leuliette John Johnston Bernadette Reis Y.EARBOOK T 1bye, and Lee W First row: G. Seemuller, C. Smithson, S. Kohl, M. Olt, V. Humes, P. Daniels, J. Cesanek. Second row: B. Rumford, V. Calhoun, R. Miller, A. Heller, J. Johnston, W. Shirley, R. Shill, R. Cwalina, D. Holberton, R. Williams, H. David. Top left: Our first introduction to Our new prin- nipal, Mr. Hensinger. Top right: A visitor from France. Above : Professor Amoral. Center right: Dr. Roberts speaks at the dedication of the Mary E. Roberts School. Right: Mr. Hensinger introduces thespeakers Engineers Day. Liaison With F rance cities- Jo Ann Test, aided by Donna Makin and Pat Storey, wraps a yearbook to send to the Lycee Alain, Alencon, France, with which Moorestown High School is now affiliated. struments. m get out thelr S I 8 10 m e m a U S e h C r O 68 First row: D. Peacock B. Yundt W.Blue,G.Barth01d,C..Keller S. Welch J. Keene J. Manning, K. Anderson Second row. E Jones, M. Pargny, B. Payton, B. Ashurst, M. Miller, M. White, N. Neuber P. Matthews E. Bobb K. Lawyer, J. Gillespie, J. Test, R. KalyIi J. Linaberry, M. Slater, V. Rorke, C de'fman M.Pa1meruI. Condax. Third row: T. Andl: E. Froelicher, P Pargny, T Winters, J. Schneider, R Hagen C. Sm1thson,:L Wurst; K. .Eisenstat Lt Jans E Wynne B. Walton W Scott E Mills: H Wing, M. Offenger, S. Barcklow, L. Webster, J. Burns, S; $111111 M Caimpbell D Makin, L BlakEr L. Ziehler. Fourth raw: B. Griffith, C. Anderson, B. Schmit S. Sauselein, P.0an11,:eII C Campbell R. Weintirub J Hill, V. Johnson 5. NuchOIs, S. Kavanaugh, B. Pingarron, G. Seemuller, W. Hensinger, M1. Isch; J. HackfnanIM Walto11, J. Gale, A Perla. , The MoorestOWn High School Symphony Orchestra plays a Vital part in the musical activities of Moorestown High School. Under the able direction of Anthony C. 15011, the orchestra performed at the class plays, partic- ipated in the Christmas Carol Service and was featured in the Spring Concert. With the addition of several new instruments, the orchestra looks forward to a continued growth in future years. 1x1 911 31 V . 1 :1 A First row: E. Reis, P. Wieckowski,BVITj Wa11;er,Wx Calhoun, L.Bhyder, C. Barton, P ODonne11,G See- muller, L.Hills,A.Perla,D.C1evehger W. SBirIey, C. B01t0n,A.Isch. Second row: J. Cameron G. Hoffman,J.Hvizdos,C.Barth01d, E. Shnfldt, B. Griffith, S. Sausline, C.Campbell,J.Brockwe11,E. Miller S. Smith, J. Gale E. Ellender. Third row: B. Ashhurst B. Yundt, K. Lawyer, E. Bohb P. Matthews, J.Li11y, R.Ka1yn M. S1ater, E McLaughlin, V. Rorke, D. Lefczck, A. Horrocks Fourth row: R. Weeks, R Tschebu11,M White, N. Neuber S. DoeIt, S Deasy, J. Haff, J. Linaberry, S. Hough, J. Gillespy, W.Harvey,M.Wa1ton.Fifth row: M. Offinger, C. Bounds, L. Jans, K. Eisenstat C. Deaterly, L. Wurst, M.Mi11er, C. Smithson I Condax, J. Manning, W. Mann. Sixth row: D. Makin, A. Johnson, L. Armstrong, 5. Smith, J. Arndt, H. Wing, B. Egner, J Burns, L. Webster, S. Barcklow, A. Abbott, M. Pargny, M. Campbel1. Seventh rawsT. Th01nto11,D Scott, E. Mills, W. Pickett D. Roberts, W. Hensinger, R. Kra- mer, R. Weintrub, J. Hackman L. Frost. The Moorestown High School marching band under the direction of Anthony C. Isch7 partakes in many of the activities of our high school. During the football games and at the pep rallies it adds to the color and excitement of the season and supplies entertaining half-time shows for spectators. In its later capacity as a concert band the group presents 1iThe Music Festival,1 a program which climaxes its musical projects. 70 1 1 1 PAT O1D0NNELL 115010 TwirlerB BETH PINCARRON Drum Majorette Top: The majorettes add color to the bandas performance. Middle: The band is an important part of every pep rally, Left: The majorettes and color guard lead the band at half-time. BAND COUNCIL First row: D. 7VIakin, J. Gale, C. SeemuHer, Treas- urer; M. Miller, President; H. Wing, Vice-Pres- ident; J. Manning, Secretary; P. O'Donnell, B. Pingarron, A. Isch, Director. Second row: M. Walker, B. Reis, C. Berton, B. Griffith, R. Wein- trub, J. Test, D. Holberton, C. Anderson, D. Lefczik, J. Lester, A. Horrocks. Third row: B. Kramer, W. Shirley, P. Hughes, C. Smithson, E. Jones, J. Lewis, B. Hensinger. M aforettes F irst row: . SeemuUeI, Capka'm', l. Lester, Co-Caplain. Secon C. Barton, D. Clevenger. N at pictured: V. Calhoun. M W . alker W ; . shirle Y, J. L6w' la E- Jo Hes, M . HUghes, P W . ynkowSk. 1, C. B0 rteu B , Reis , Captai I1. 72 Mexican Student Exchange Program AmeI ' 1w Our :1: tin Ar161113515232wa0.3mxe 313811 Abbott. This Student Exchange Program has enriched not only the lives of the exchange students but also life within Moorestown High School and the community by promoting better international understanding. The principle of the program pro- vides a memorable experience with acquaintance and a more ma- ture international understanding through family living. XXN eigh hbots lei1 Minex and wx Ve ix: m- xx;- 553111, K aw ;;K MM . R; e: h M 133th133;... a 2'0 QxX 314M. " . KAN ----- ! fm'k- xMAVi HQJth $3;sz ONE, The Qegwg stu ents gifr'or?A 339:1 ico1ty are: V y." N Q2 CSGAW? 331F121 6uevasae lost-AngeleSJ JX BMeatriz Delgado Artemisa Montiel Marcela Velazquez Carmen Varea ?XX SJ WMXZH. X11333: Xx MPA' w $011331 M W34, .. s CARMEN VAREA hLa Bambah 73 Business Education Society First row: B. Reis, J Latwinas, B. Albrecht, A. Calhoun, J. Wilson, M. Walker. Second row: S. Van Sciver, J. Thatcher, J. McDonald, J. Renteria, L. Maio, J. Urban, P. Hughes, D. Somers. BUSINESS EDUCATION SOCIETY The Business Education Society has as its chief aims the developing of a consideration for ones fellowmen and the training toward a fuller more useful life. The Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets and the annual B.E.S. scholarship help the organization to achieve these aims. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION The Distributive Education Club is composed of all the seniors taking Distributive Education. They are interested in learning about retailing as a career. from their guest speakers and panel discussions. Allen Juhlman is president. Distributive Education First row: J. Blake, A. Juhlman, J. Lester, J. Wilson. Second row: B. Emenecker, A. Hamish, M. Long, F. McCoog, G. Conover. Future Teachers of America OFFICERS: Dor Holberton, Treasurer; Elaine Jones, Librarian; Ellie Schrufer, President; Merle Miller, Historian; Betsy Lloyd7 Secre- tary. The purpose of this Club is to stimulate in- terest in the teaching profession. Those qual- ities and traits which are needed for success- ful teaching, the opportunities which the pro- fession offers and the growing need for teachv ers are studied in the regular meetings. In- dividual conferences are held frequently to discuss with the student her fitness for teach- ing. Each senior is given an Opportunity during the second semester7 to work in one Of the schools of the township. LEFT GROUPeFirst row: D. Mennel, J. Mullowney, D. Schoel. Second row: S. Kohl. G. Brown, H. Wing, M. Miller, K. Anderson. Seated: B. Lloyd, E. Schrufer, D. Holberton. RIGHT GROUPeFirst row: D. Makin, F. Ilacqua. Second row: K. Sutton, G. Daley, D. Young. Third row: E. Jones, M. Martin, B. Griffith7 M. McMillan. ttTeachers have to keep accurate record: nrirlsf7 Ma 75 First row: A. Brelsford, F. Berg, D. Stow, K. Harney, A. White, N. Larkworthy, S. Morrow. Second row: L. DuVinage, L. Zeihler, N. Gotthordt, R. Thompson, J. Conover, B. Liddell, L. Morgan. Third row: J. Hackman, M. Umberger, L. Hartle, D. Holly, E. Froelicher, P. Cabarle, C. Perron, P. Cunningham, M. Riley. Fourth row: D. Haller, B. Cummings, L. Shea, G. Whitlock, M.Pa1- mer, J. OhBrien, R. Cressen, P. Little, 5. Collings, P. Gordon, J. Williams, R. Cwalina, J. Still, V. Ashburn, P. Grork, J. Robinson, K. Shoemaker, B. Wood, E. Patterson, L. Blaker, J. Manning,T.Acton. Future Homemakers of America WINNERS: Toni Acton, Mar- Jane Gray, Doris OKlNG CONTEST Egrtgr$a$rger, Lynn, Ziehler, Pat Cabarle, Stow. The Future Homemakers of'America is a national or- ganization with chapters in every state and Hawaii. The Moorestown chapter tries, through its eight purposes, to better home, family, social, community and economic liv- ing. To accomplish these aims many projects are under- taken. The c1ub9s adviser is Miss Thalia Kouvatas, and Mrs. Florence Heal is assistant to the state adviser. 76 Library Assistants First row: D. Kensler, D. Kunde, P. Maid, D. Worrell, C. Thompson, L. Du Vinage, J. Snyder, M. Elwell, V Rorka. Second row: A. Brelsford, F. Berg, A. Altman, M. Heier, B. Houston, R. Crossen, A. Harney, A. Hyland, C. Deaterly, S. Moore, F. Keller, M. Dzick, C. Littler, M. Umberger. Third row: V. Wilk, C. Wychols, B. Stroud, S. Clevenger, M. MacMiHan, M. Slater7 B. Ziegler7 D. Clevenger, B. Lutcher, A. Dale, B. McMillan, N. Larkworthy, N. Urnst, R. Cwalina, L. Pettihone, J. Linaberry, S. Millican. Fourth row: G. Brown, C. Barthold, E. Eiseman, J. Mullowney, E. MCCIoskey, I. Condax, C. Keller, E. Ensign, E. Froehlicher, S. Wesgard, J. Taylor, J. Astor, ,I. Goodwin. President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ANNE HARNEY Vice-President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, KAY SUTTON Secretary-Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,, BETH ANN WALTON The Library Council is an active organization in our school. Its members are responsible for process- ing new books, filing, decorating Bulletin boards, shelving, Circulating and caring for its perpetual increase of books and magazines. First row: B Lloyd B. Walton C. Smithsdnu M 'Miller, M. Walton B. Lepone. Second row: P. Rodgers, M. Bowers, L Pettihonc E. Sorr D. Peacock P. Kincaidr W Blue I Manning,M. White S. Doert. The Spanish- American Book chib Consists of the outstanding students of Spanish. This year has HCIi an important one for the hook 011113;" They have been responsible for the success of the Mexican Student Exchange Program in Moorestown High SchooI. The Franco American Book Cluhizs twent'i upperclass members read 1n French or English, new books by French or American authors and discuss them at tea or Supper meetings in the members homes. Guest speakers. COIor pictures and music related to readihgs enrich the program which IS in its sev- enteenth year. Sponsor? are Miss Elizabeth Parsons and Mrs. Mark Whitney. 13; F ranco American Book Club First row: D. Makin, Secretary; L. Zemaitis, Vice- President A. Horrocks, President; F. Drenk, Vice-President; J. Test. Second row: E. Wynne, A. Faxon, K. Anderson, L. Matthews, B. Ballentine, M. Potts. 78 Department H eads Seated: P. Daniels, S Kohl A. Burger, C. Anderson, B. Lloyd Standing: R. Sutton, D. Armstrong C. Stow, D. Holberton W. Wells C Anderson F. Theil. Under the jurisdiction of Student Council, the Monitor Club appoints hall monitors, assembly ushers and bus monitors. To keep traffic in the halls running smoothly and to see that school regulations are obeyed by students in school and on school buses are its main functions. Each department head is directly responsible to the president of the Monitor Club. Mrsi Katherine Swalm and Miss Florence Sharp are the advisers for these student government organizations: Student Council, Monitor Club, and Student Court. Assembly U shers First row:B.Weaver,J.H0wald,M.Eya11,P.Yachimske J. Warner, D. Hayes, B Brown P. Ber- tram J. Blake. Second row: D. Constantine, M. Banta, B. Lepone W. Shirley, S. Kohl, J. Gray, A. Hyland B. Pingarron, K Sutton,D.H01berton B. Sullivan W Wells Third row: A. Haff, W. Reiss T. McCann, F. Theil R Sutton, D.Leu1iette T. Massoth D.C1ark,C.St0w,C.Anderson, B. Montgomery, T. Cinelli. 79 Bus M onitors First row: M. Carey, F. Theil, P. Daniels, C. Stow, D. Curtis, M. Banta, M. Green. Second row: B. Griffith, V. Wilkes, J. Test, H. Wing, S. Clevenger, P. Hughes, J. Sattazahn, J. Conover, C. Bruhaker, S. Heinrichs, C. Bracken, N. Hagemann. Third row: C. Haas, B. Cunningham, M. Crain, J. Haler. Schoel, A. Erdmen, R. DePetris, B. Cuzzimano, L. Erdman, B. Stroud, R. Barney, W. Wells. C oncert Goers The Student Concert-Goers club consists of a group of music lovers. Jo Ann Test is their representative. Attending four concerts in a season, these students get the Opportunity to hear world famous artists as well as the well known Philadelphia Orchestra. R. Weintrub, J. Test, K. Anderson, M. Campbell, A. Abbott, D. Sweeny. Second r, M. Potts, B. Zeigler, J. Manning7 M. White, D. Peacock, E. Froehlicher, J. Hall, K. Sutton, H. Wing, K. Eisenstat. 80 First row: E. Wynne, B. Griffith, D. Makin, row: B. Yundt, G. Barthold, K. Parry, N. Ellende Operators First row: C. Lynch, W. Swan, R. Whiting, T. Sauselein, J. Donovan7 F. Stuffer, P. Anderson. Second row: T. Bridge, J. Evans, C. Hoffman E. Mills, P. Freudenberg. Third row: Mr. M. Setzer, D. Roberts, R. Hellmig, C. McNeill, B. McCord. Not pictured: C. Bell, F. Brandt, J. Clayton, J. Dunhardt, V. Haring, C. Heidi, H. MCCinnis, E. Miller, C. Ward. The Operators Club, under the guidance of Mr. Mark Setzer, faculty advisor, spends much time and energy setting up and operating equipment such as motion picture projectors, tape recorders, slide projectors, photographs, and the public address system. The stagehands work behind the scenes at all school assemblies, class plays, and musical programs, on the light- ing scenery, and props. Mr. William Klausek is the advisor 0f the group. S tagehcmds T he men at the controls. Mr. Klansek, Adviser; Fred Brandt, Bill Lippincott, Ted Steinmetz. 8l Press Club - ki h, P. erckows v S. Houg E. Stephens, M. Potts, E. Wynne, 1 nd, , . H I'IOCkSa I . . M k' B Griffith, B- Lemme, E greglrihs? g? aWing Bs $253331, 3 Holoden. Third row. 1' Rage . . B. Lloyd: D. a 1n, . . Hall, D. Peacoc , . : C. Deaterly, . , . lefl r33 Second row: C2 WyChuSlS,Igeinrichsv 1- TeSt7'?.Bah?::gan, B. Kingston, D. Armstrong gem: J, Mullowney, 8' Mlxlvpczglhe. B. Ballentine, 1- H11 7 ' mann: A. Hath A- Faxon, ' The Press Club engages in journalistic activities every The Student Secretaries, an important organization not day of the school year. Members have attended a regional only to its members but also to Moorestown High School press conference, participated in an interscholastic press by aiding the faculty and office staff acquire training and contest, clipped school news and kept a scrapbook. They experience which will benefit them in future vocations. As have written news articles for the local, county, metropoli- part of the preparation for office work, each member of tan newspapers as well as for the schooYs newsmagazine. the group spends at least two full days in complete charge Alice Hyland is the president and Miss Elizabeth J- Par- 0f the Student Business Office. Advisers are Miss Mar- 50115: the adviser. garet Crispin and Miss Elizabeth Shinn. S tudent Secretaries Standing: M. Carey, Miss E. Shinn, J. Fr H. D h M D ' Carcanague, C. Collins, M. A. Spear, C. Wgchuls, 13 am, . BVOHShlre, J. Hall, C. JameS, D. H h v, R. G f. ' BraCken, P- HUghesy 5- Clevenger, M. 01t,J. Sattazahn, W. E223 rOf Swed' A' Hamem Ct 82 Red Cross Council First row: M. Stackhouse, M. Todd, D. Young, J. Arndt, I. Condax, S. Ratzell, E. Holley, M. Elwell. Second row: P. Weber, M. McMillian, C. Bounds, A. Hyland, P. Zamboras, B. Wood, B. Liddell, S. Hough, B. Ford, I. Simon, S. Barcklow, D. Haller, N. Park, F. Berg, J. Gillespy, D. Somers. Third row: B. Lepone, G. Downs, R. Cwalina, C. Pond, S. Andrews; J. Johnson, T. McMullen. , . . n; w . w an in Mr. Stover, the m charge- Without Them? Our patient bus drivers. What Would Friendly, helpful, and efficient. CarOl Service At the feft: Danelle Sweeney, featured soloist. Barrie Criffeth reads the Bible. Below at left: Mrs. Holder directing the chorus. Below: Procession by candlelight. N'Self-ah'scipline shall be my slaganfg Mrs. Pugh, class adviser, discusses freshman party with committee chairmen. President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, STEPHEN BURGER Vice President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, DEAN KINSEY Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, LOIS EINSELEN Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, DONALD ALLYN Left: Steve Burger, Lois Einselen, Donald Allyn. Not pictured: Dean Kinsey Above: E. E. History classes benefit from students reports. Right: The Student Store attracts two freshmen. 88 Room 9 First row: Va. Ashburn, A. Altmen, S. Bopp, A. Brelsford, C. Barton, Va. Calhoun, M. Brooks, L. Berardy. Second row: J. Astor, E. Bobb, J. Blithe, L. Blaker, B. Ashhurst, S. Collings, C. Acton, F. Berg, B. Clayton, J . Clayton. T hird row.: N. Aspero, D. Allyn, J. Cameron, C. Bell, J. Bat- taglia, L. Clevenger, J. Coleman, J. Bopp, J Brockwell. Fourth row: C. Bendel, B. Burns, S. Burger, W. Cheesman, H. Burness, J. Clayton, L. Carleton. Not pictured: P. Arederson, J. Bain, D. Blyler, B. Brody, T. Bridge, R. Cheesman, J. Car- canagne, F . Calabrese. Room 2 First row: D. Ellis, D. Connell, J. Curry, P. For- vour, P. Fleischer, L. Einselen. Second row: R Crawl, D. Tranckle, M. Dietrick, P. Dunfee, L. DuVinage7 A. Debolt, G. Carvin, M. Effinger, P. Freudenberg. Third row: N. Frost, J. Evans, T. Davis, J. Donnolo, R. Cunmins, W. Cottev, J. Constantino, M. Ersnev. Fourth row: C. Engle, J. Devenney, J. Dunhardt. Nat pictured: C. Costello, R. Crossen, C. Cuellar, L. Cuntes, K. Eisenstat, W. Errickson, D. Evans, W. Evans, R. Franckle. Q Room 101 First row: L. Jams, J. Kay, B. Holloway, V. Geiger, J. Gross, M. Hill, M. Hahn. Second row: J. Kas- sekert, B. Hills, J. Hackman, J. Howell, K. Har- ney, E. Harrison, D. Haller, C. Hoffman, J. Haff, C. Gibbons. Third row: D. Grief, C. Hoffman, W. Hargrove, E. Hutchinson, P. Hutchinson, A. Hart, G. Hochgesang, G. Hocking. Fourth row: J. Hol- lis, W. Gacutan, D. Jones, J. Kaplan, P. Kalkstein, J. Hunt, P. Jackson, W. Gromada, C. Hobson. Not pictured: N. Gotthart, N. Graham, E. Cresch, R. Griffin, L. Holroyd, D. Humes, S. Kavanaugh. Room 102 First row: B. Monroe, J. Lilly, M. MacMillan, E. Locke, C. Miles, P. Little. Second row: W. MacMillan, J. Manning, M. Leake, P. Meek, P. Maio, S. Morrow, E. McLaughlin, P. Matthews, J. Miles. Third row: E. Mills, 1. Maloney, W. Lippincott, V. Massa, S. Lippincott, R. MacDonald, S. Liedel. Not pictured: E. MacIntosh, B. McCord, T. MacMullen, C. McNeill, D. Melville, W. Murphy. Room 104 First row: 5. Smith, M. Palmer, M. Pargny, M. Orsini, J. Pino, S. Sauselein, B. Reis, S. Rizer. Second row: A. Pattersor'i, E. Robinson, E. Robert- son, 5. Nuckols, E. Shea, N. North, G. Sack7 W. Pickett. Third row: B. Shone, V. Smith, N. Sher- fesee, R. Paoletti, R. Rickter, H. Rodan, W. Read, R. Patterson, C. Reiss, J. Roush. Fourth row: F. Olsen, W. Sheldon, N. Schoel, R. Sharp, E. Rynex, D. Roberts, H. Radford, B. Porter. Not pictured: M. Offinger, J. McGinnis, C. Pond7 F. Robertson, J. Showell, J. Sees, J. Shinn. Room 105 First row: G. Whitlock, B. Yundt, J. Taylor, G. Tiethan, P. Zamboias, C. Ware, J. Sterling, J. Wil- liams. Second row: R. Williams, A. Sutton, C. West, L. Ziehlcr, L. Snyder, H. Zeeb, D. Stow, B. Wells, C. Whitman. Third row: F. Traten, R. Wolf, C. Thomas, T. Wieland, R. Tanner, R. Wil- kins, F. Stuffer, G. Unruh, W. Snyder, B. Web- ster. Fourth row: B. Still, F. Woodward, A. Spera, G. Thornton, A. Walton, S. Wright7 R. Tall, H. Voss. Not pictured: J. Snyder, N. Tees, D. Stein- sieck. The Class of 960 President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, JAMES CHICANO Vice President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, MIKE EMIG Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,, AUDREY BLACKBURN Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, VICKI ADCOCK 1:5; m Vicki Adcock, Audrey Blackburn, Mike Emig, and Chic Chicano. Four hundred members. Yes, the sopho- more class can boast of the largest class in the history of the high school. Selecting class rings, which arrived in the spring, and a Class party are the major projects of the class. Middle: Class Adviser, Mr. Konstantinos, consults with students about their nngs. Below: Sophomore participant in the F.H.A. contest. Right: Sophomores are members of all athletic teams. Room E-22 First row: J. Armstrong, C. Baran, K. Barrett, B. Bendel, E. Barney, S. Barcklow, L. Arm- strong, C. Bailiey. Second row: H. Beck, 5. Ber- ardy, V. Adcock, S. Bailey, B. Bartello, J. Arndt, D. Bauman. Third row: D. Ballinger, G. Anstey, E. Brady, L. Baiocco, P. AbareHi, R. Argenbright, J. Benshetler. Not pictured: T. Andl, L. Albright, J . Anderson. Room E-10 First raw: C. Campbell, B. Booth, I. Bremer, E. Borget, C. Bounds7 B. Booth, I. Black, P. Brown. Second row: P. Cabarle, H. Berlinghof, R. Bux, P. Booth, D. Lattiere. Third row: R. Bishop, 5. Bongiorno, C. Bowers, R. Bialy, J. Campbell, W. Bush, J. Carruth, B. Burke, J. Bernruther. Fourth row: J. Buerger, R. Brenner, E. Carlino, A. Black- burn, K. Call, J. Lavelle, H. Adderley. Room E-12 First row: L. DeAndrea, M. DiMassimo, M. Cun- ningham, S. Doert, J. Diehl, C. Deatherly, J. Croge, E. Cuzzimano. Second row: R. Coppolo, A. DelSoldo, D. Davish, D. Devonshire, A. Collins, B. Cummings, F. DeNobile. Third row: J. DeL Rossi, D. Courts, P. Cianfrani, J. Daniels. Fourth row: R. Cornett, J. Chicano, J. Davis, R. Cran- ston, R. Dill, J. Davis, P. Colby, R. Cunningham. Not pictured: L. Davis, M. Crain, E. Crain, B. Cummings, I. Condax, S. Deasy, D. Devenney, C. Cooper, J. Cwalina. Room E-13 First row: E. Frolicker, A. Fitzgerald, E. Evans, H. Franzen, M. Dorofee, Z. Ensign, R. Emery, J. Flechenger. Second row: J. Donnovan, B. Eg- ner, 1. Donovan, E. Fitzgerald, M. Eek. Third row: W. Farrell, P. Gacuton, J. Farrell, M. Emig, R. Gale, B. Flemings, L. Elvena, J. Eggers. Not pictured: D. Donovan, W. Donovan, R. Evans, P. Ensign7 E. Flannery, D. Fries, P. Dougherty, C. Dublick, B. Ellis, M. Elwell, M. Entwistle, L. Erdman, E. Floyd. Room E-l First row: D. Howell, D. Hoff, E. Halley, B. Houston, W. Harvey. Second row: R. Howie, M. Hyer, C. Holmes, J. Horbath, S. Henry, 5. H01- man, L. Hartel, E. Herbert. Third row: D. Hughes, R. Hawk, R. Homer, J. Hill, C. Heller, C. HeL mier, P. Holherton. Not pictured: D. Holmes, L. Hartle, C. Hender, E. Howell. Room E-l4 First row: E. Hall, P. Gordon, B. Goldey, J. Sil- lespy, P. Crock, J. Grunsby, H. Haines. Second row: G. Gardener, B. Hahn, R. Hamilton, C. Grif- fith, D. Gamboli, R. Hagan, B. Cross, P. Gal- lagher, M. Gray, B. Haddon. Third row: J. Gross, R. George, W. Groh, C. Graham, C. Crovatt, H. Graham, R. Gallagher, F. Gray. Fourth row: N. Greif, M. Hadlock, B. Hare, J. Hahn. Room E-3 First row: E. Meekins, S McGee, G. Melchior, M. A. MCCIoskey, D. Layton, D. Mather, C. Lutz, W. Mann. Second row: H. Long, L. Lolli, B. Lynch, G. Mariani, D. Meade, S. McLaughlin, V. LOCicero, E. McCloskey, S. Lingo. Third row: M. Martin, K. MacInneS, C. Maurer, F. Marone, C. Mann, R. MacMiHan, R. Laughlin7 J. Maltesse, A. Massa, A, Martino, L. MacBride, C. S. Lutz, C. Lynch. Not pictured: B. Liddell, J. Linaberry, C. Lippre, L. Ludwig, W. Maines, J. Mallett, D. McHhennex, J. MCMulIen. Room E-Z First row: J. Kane, E. Ivins, M. Kercher, V. John- son, F. Keller, K. Kartlie, D. Keys, D. Johnston, P. Igoe. Second row: J. Johnson, E. Kohl, N. Lane, S. Johnson, B. Kupotel, E. Jones, B. Kon- ieczny, V. Kraft, G. Krainbring, J. Keith. Third row: S. Kubilis, R. Hutchins, B. Kingston, B. Kelley, P. Kincaid, C. King, R. Kalyn, B. Kaighn, M. Kohl, J. Klapproth, R. Kijewski. Not pictured: D. Johnstone, B. Kemp, G. Kotzbeck, C. Keller, D. Keufer, J. Johnson, K. Johnson, K. Klemm, B. Kantella, P. Keane, M. Korman. Room 201 First row: E. Miller, E. Miller, J. Minter, E. Patterson, J. Panzica, A. Pandolfi, E. Perla, G. Perron, J. Moore, J. Moss. Second row: B. Payton, J. Neill, S. Moore, N. Parks, E. Morad, A. Perla, N. Moss, L. Paolelli, L. Pettibone, P. Nudugno, T. Potts. Third row: C. UBrien, H. Parmelee, L. Pugh, R. 0,Donnell, G. Philpott, E. Mqrton, W. Nolan, W. Prate, R. Miller, M. Murphy, R. Pres- ton, L. Peacock, C. Niedziejko, R. Myers, H. Pen- ton. Not pictured: R. Meredith, J. Monroe, J. O Brien, D. Opperman, L. Paulsen, C. Pederson, 3. Quinn. Room 202 First row: J. Roberts, S. Smith, C. Cmith, C. Shoemaker, D. Reynolds, N. Regetz, J. Robinson, D. Repsher, M. Riley. Second row: L. Souder, B. Schmit, J. Salerno, L. Shaw, M. Sharkey, S. Reilly, C. Roth, M. Stackhouse, P. Rush, J. Shaal, V. Rorke, D. Shoemaker. Third row: W. Steck, J. Schatz, W. Smith, T. Snyder, G. Shea, A. Sermarini, P. Romano, J. Smith, J. Robertson, R. Snyder, J. Ryan, H. Rudderow. Fourth row: W. Ruff, E. Read, W. Schultz, S. Ratzell, T. Sause- lein, T. Steinmetz, K. Rake, W. Rumford, E. Sorr. Not pictured: L. Schock, B. Shepheard, M. Simon, N. Sterner. Roam 2'04 First row: A. Walters, E. VanHart, N. Taylor, W. Tilden, J. Vaughn. Second row: W. Swan, G. Wal- lace, R. Thompson, J. Wade, 5. Still, M. Todd, 5. VanSciver, J. Taggert. Third row: H. Stevens, W. Ward, F. Walsh, F. Venzie, L. Sullivan, J. Tracy, T. Thornton, J. Stroup, C. Ward, J. Ver- baro. Not pictured: I. Still, J. Stojanov, R. Svachak, J. Swartwood. Room 5-10 First row: C. Zwirner, W. Yocum, T. Winters, P. Weaver, L. Wible, G. Keefe, W. Laubenstein, J. Wharton. Second row: S. Westgard, D. Worth, P. Wert, V. Wheatcroft, A. Kutra, N. Larkworthy, B. Kramer, C. Kelley, S. Wesolowski. Third row: B. Wood, R. Wilder, D. Zebley, R. Weeks, J. Keene, R. Whiting, D. Wojtkowiak, J. Koser, M. E. Whitney, S. Welch, K. Lawyer. Not pictured: E. Larsen, E. Kramer, D. Kinsey, B. Leader7 J. Wentz, C. Werner, W. Keufer, N. Whitcraft, A White, A. Winston, N. Worrell, C. Yovankin, J. Watson, G. Worrell, R. Mason. The Class of 959 President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, DON SCHWARTZ Vice President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,. ED BROWN Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,, BONNIE ROBINSON Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, MIKE OaNEIL Room 211 'First row: L Bryant, M Anderson, J. Bagocius, SQAndrews: A. Abbott, C. Brubaker. Second row: Gx-r-Baft'hold, LG. Andrews, R. Berard, B. Broom- field', Hi Altman, R. Barber, C. .Battaglia. Third row; J. 'Burns: LJ. Berger, A; Alexander, W? Blue. Fourtharg'w: E. Brown. Not pictured: M. Bowers, G. BLere,VS. Bukstel, M. Bradleyfl, Barton, R. Ballentine, K. Anderson. L Room 210 First row: M Clark, M. A. Campbell, P. Dirkin, C. Craig, S. Denber, E. Eisemann, S. Eibye, B. J. Dunfee. Second row: C. Campbell, M. Delzeit, G. Czyzewicz, D. Davish, M. Crawford, G. Downes, D. Calhoun, N. Delzeit, D. Clevenger, A. Dace, A. Crisp. Third row: N. Durso, L. Duffy, F. Car- canague, J. Carter, W. Connell7 R. delaParra, L. Coon, J. Dorofee, J. Conover, J. Egan, J. Carbone. Not pictured: M. Collins, J. A. Conver, W. Die- trich, M. DeLeo, J. Diorio, M. Dzick, E. Ellender, L. Ensign, N. Ernst, R. Fairhurst. Room 209 First row: I. Goodwin, M. Griffin, J. Graham, A. Herbert, B. Ford, J. Hagemann, A. Gavin, P. Finn. Second row: D. Grubbs, S. Fearnaught, N. Hage- mann, S. Heinricks. Third row: R. Guy, R. Har- ris, F. Heisler, N. Forte, G. Gieseke, R. Godfrey, E. Fitzpatrick, C. Fullemen. Fourth row: R. Hell- mig, R. Haines,'A. Faxon, B. Hensinger, C. Glenn, C. Heidt, T, Gardner, E. Haas. Fifth row: A. Green, I. Freynik, B. Haigmier, C. Cravenstine, L. Frost, C. Gromada. Not pictured: C. Fickeis- sen, F. Gacutan, A. Gale, J. Gale, 5. Gardner, C. George, C. George, J. Gibbons, M. Grienkiewicz, B. Haff, A. Hajluk, M. Hart. Room 208 First row: F. Illacqua, D. 'Kunde7 L. Hills, M. Kineer, J. Klemm, S. Hough, R. Iannuzzi, C. Holden. Second row: J. Jacoby, K. Jackson, P. Holloway, D. Kensler, P. Kerr, B. King, J. Jack- son, M. H0561, J. Johnson. Third row: R. Kings- bury, J. Hvizdos, J. Keith, J. Johnston, T. Ken- yon, T. Kennedy, J. Jacoby7 R. Jobes. Fourth row: A. Jones, T. Hurley7 R. Hunt, W. Koser, A. Hrosik. Not pictured: C. Holmes, J. Huesken, E. Kassekert, A. Kelly. Room 207 First row: J. Mullowney, D. Mennel, S. Mays, M. McMillan, R. Marshall, J. Lynch, J. Millar, R. Miller. Second row: L. MacMilIan, M. LeClair, J. l anning, A. Lamb, B. Lutcher, B. Levering7 L. cNeil, C. Littler, M. Moffa, V. Monte. Third ow: L. Langan, J. Mietz, P. McClure, F. McGann, . Matthews, H. Mercks, D. Mealey, J. Mazur, H. cNulty, J. Mangen. Fourth row: J. Mona, M. .etzler, H. McGinnis. Not pictured: B. Lawyer, T. Lillagore, B. Lutton, T. Lutz, L. MacBrien, H. arguart, M. Martin, G. McDonald, B. Larence. xxxxxxxxm , 11 v First row: L. Ravikio, R. Rodia, S. Ratzell, R. Price, S. Quenzel. Second row: M. Peacock, J. Simpson, P. Panarello, N. Robey. Third row: M. Frisco, R. Piotek, K. Peacock, M. O Nei11, B. Nosek. Not pictured: N. NEuber, H. Overline, M. Parry, D. Patello, R. Patterson, D. Peacock, L. Peresztegy, M. Potts, M..Prate, J. Protick, E. Read, J. Ridgway. Room S-Zl First row: N. Robinson, 1. Simon, J. Spence, L. Stephens, E. Stevens, D. Sweeney, A. Shockey, E. Stratton. Second row: D. Somers, M. Slater, M. Snyder, B. Stroud, V. Smith, J. Still, B. Rob- inson, M. Robinson, V. Stevens. P. Sharp. Third row: J. Smith, F. Shourds, E. Ross, W. Stojanov, W. Rodham, R. Smythe, D. Schwartz, C. Spreng, W. Scott. Fourth row: J. Rush, H. Robinson, J. Sanger. Not pictured: P. Rodgers, R. Scoler, RA Smith, S. Smith, B. Spena, M. Still. Room. S-ll First row: E. Wilson, R. Turner, L. Wurst, J. Walders, V. Tworzydlo, P. Walker, C. Weist, A. Woodoth. Second row: P. Wieckowski, M. Walton, B. Ziegler, M. White, M. Young, V. Wilk, M. Yocum, B. Worrell, E. Voehringer. Third row: D. Wentz, J. Tucci, D. Wentz, C. Willard, N. Wahl, S. Thum, I. Wenstrom, P. Weber. Fourth row: C. Teas, R. Tschebull, L. Webster, G. Theurer, F. Young, J. Walrond, L. Wagner, R. Tartaglia. Not pictured: J. Zappalorta, M. Yost, E. Williams, B. Walton, M. Umberger. Practically sold out. A darkened gym made gay with sparkling tree lights, a glittering Snow Queen, tiny snow man favors, cranberry punch-the Junior 5116135111. A large cast, many laughs, much hard work, gThe Man Who Came to Dinner!,, CFASS, OFFICERS: Ed Brown, Mlke O Neil, Don Schwartz. Bonnie Robinson, Dinner jackets, frothy dresses, soft music, many parties the Junior Prom! Douglas grabs a rebound. Councxl President Smythe receives his gavel Snapshots A senior assembly. Our capable fire chiefs. Industrious Spanish III students? Well, Spanish students. lOO Ju Left to right: A. Burger, J. Hollis, C. strong, R. Brandt. nior Rotarians Anderson, T. Hodgson, D. Steinmetz. Not pictured:- D. Arm- Every year, the Rotary Club Of Moorestown Rotary Club. Serving as JuniOr Rotarians en- asks a group of senior boys to be Junior Ro- ables the boys to learn firsthand about the tarians. Each boy who serves for a period Of functions of the civic club. one month attends the weekly meetings of the D. A. R. Award CAROLYN SMITHSON This year, the D.A.R. Good Citizen Award was received by Carolyn Smithson. The award is based on the qualities of dependability, service, ability to assume responsibility,. leadership, cooperation, patriotism, and interest in school, community and nation. During March, the D.A.R. pil- grims of New Jersey attend a conference and luncheon in Trenton where the State Good Citizen is chosen. I02 Honor Society First row: H. Wing, C. Smithson, T. Hodgson, M. Carey, M. Olt, D. Lefczik. Second row: D. Makin, B. Lloyd, J. Test, L. Brown, A. Harney, A. Burger, M. McNickel. Third row: B. Griffith, L. Zemaitis, B. Lepone, D. Armstrong, W. Shirley, A. Horrocks, M. Miller. Twenty members of the C1a$s of 1958 have earned membership in the Honor Society of Moorestown High School. The two highest ranking students, Hilda Wing, valedictorian, and Carolyn Smithson, salutatorian, along with other members of the Honor Society Will receive an Honor Society Key from the Board of Education in recognition of their high academic achievement. Thomas Hodgson, class pres- ident, will preside and read the Bible at the Com- mencement Exercises. . 111g reCelves - HenSmger. congratulatlons from Mr. l04 V aledictorian H ilda Wing Salutatorian C arolyn Jane Smithson f ft ya .x Jo Ann Test, Allen Burger Clnelh C lass Wits Tav'l Peggy Hughes, John Latwinas $4 sgggv 8653 Dressed F aith Drenk, Ronald F rank Jo Ann Test, Allen Burger Alice Calhoun, Bill Albrecht CLASS OFFICERS President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, TOM HODGSON Vice President ., JERRY RENTERIA Secretary .................. MARION 0LT Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, FAITH DRENK The Class of 1958, as naive inexperienced freshmen, first repeated the school pledge in two shifts. The 8:30 to 3:15 schedule for Moorestonians and the Maple Shade 12:00 to 5:00 schedule, proved no barrier to the cooperation and friendship of the students. The memorable ttfirst yearh was climaxed by our Freshman Party. In 1955, we returned as sophomores, taller and wiser. We soon established our- selves in award-winning teams, as well as in the more cultural organizations. The main event of our sophomore year was the selection and purchase of our class rings. As juniors and finally, upperclassmen, we triumphed with the production of our Junior Play, the hilarious NCome Over to Our House?7 Our prom, ttFascinationf, proved a wonderful climax to a wonderful year. And now we are seniors! We can look back upon the past four years as truly memorable ones, filled with many new friends and experiences. Our play, the mysteri- ous ttDrums of Death? was a huge success and we know well never forget the out- of-this-world Washington trip. As graduation day approaches and college and the business world 100m in the near future, as we go to meet the worldly challenges which awaits us, well remember always, with gratitude and assurance, our lives as Moores- town High School Students. CLASS ADVISORS Mrs. Pearl B. King Mrs. Herman Daniels Mr. Raymond Clapperton Mr. Norman Steinmeyer JOYCE ANN ALBRECHT Moorestown Business Attached BES 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. WILLIAM J. ALBRECHT Maple Shade General 3Auggie11 Football 1, JV 2, Varsity 3, 4; Track Varsity 1, 2, Swimming, Varsity 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Student Council BES President 4; Glee Club 3, 4-; A Cappella Choir Class President 1, 3, Vice President 2; Fire Warden 4. ALLEN ALLWARD Maple Shade General Southern Gent Play Committee 4; Fire Warden 4. CYNTHIA RUTH ANDERSON Moorestown Scientific 3Cy11 Bowling, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4; Hockey Manager, JV 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Junior Play'Cast 3; Prom Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3; Honor Certificate 1. CARL ANDERSON Moorestown Scientific Genial Football, JV 1; Baseball 1; Assembly Usher 4; Latin Club 2; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 4; Boys1 State 3. DONALD ARMSTRONG Moorestown Scientific 44Dumphy3 Football, JV 4, Manager 1, 2, 3; Student Council 3; Basket- ball 1; Baseball 1, JV 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Nutshell Staff 4; Yearhok Associate Editor; Press Club 4; Junior Play, Student Director; Fire Warden 4; Honor Certificate 1. MAX BANTA Moorestown General Lively Baseball 1; Track 1; Assembly Usher 4; BES 4; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 4. WAYNE BARNABY Maple Shade General Soloist Fire Warden 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4. RICHARD JAMES BARNEY Maple Shade Scientific 2Be-Bop2 Football, JV 2, 3; Latin Club ,1, 2; Camera Club 3; Senior Play Cast; Fire Warden 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Attendance Certificate. ERNEST BARRETT Moorestown General 2Ernie" Football 1; Baseball 1, JV 2; Swimming 1; Fire Warden 4. BRUCE WILLIAM BAUMAN Moorestown Scientific Penny Saver Latin Club 1, 2; Fire Warden 4; Glee Club 3, 4; A Cap- pella Choir 3, 4. NANCY BIRMINGHAM Moorestown General Little 2B" Hockey, JV 1, 2, 3; Softball, JV 1, 2; Red Cross Council 1, 2; BES 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; FTA 3; Play Committee 3; Fire Warden 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 3, 4. PAUL BERTRAM Masonville General 2Sea-Goat2 Assembly Usher 4; Operator 1; Fire Warden 4; Monitor 4. JOSEPH BLAKE Moorestown Gen eral Prankster Assembly Usher 4; BES 3, 4; Fire Warden 4. WILMA BORIE Maple Shade Business Hockey Fiend CHARLYN BORTEN Moorestown Business 44Lynne" BES 4; Color Guard 4; Desk Monitor 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1. NZ GLORIA LEE BROWN Moorestown Classical Cat Lover Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; FTA 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Play Committee 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; A Cappella Choir 4. LYN N M. BROWN Moorestown Scientific Sports-minded Basketball, JV 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Hockey, JV 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Softball, Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Sludent Council 1, 2, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish American Book Club 2, 3; Honor Certificate 1, 2, 3. ROBERT J. BROWN Maple Shade Scientific Affable JV Football 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Bowling 3, 4; Boys1 State 3; Color Guard, Boys1 State. ANNA MARIE BOWEN Maple Shade Classical 2Rutgers2 Game Attendant 3, 4; Library Council 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Play Committee 4; Prom Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Girls1 State 3. ALLEN W. BURGER JR. Mt. Laurel Scientific 44The Horse2 Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1, JV 2, Varsity 3; Baseball 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Fire Warden 4; Class President 2; President Monitor Club; J ersey Boys1 State 3. CLOVER ANN BRACKEN Maple Shade Business Terpsicorian Game Attendant 4; BES 4; Student Secretary 4; Chorus 2, 3. FRED D. BRANDT Maple Shade Scientific 2Stagehand11 Stagehand 2, 3, 4; Operator 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Fire Warden 4. RAYMOND H. BRANDT Maple Shade Scientific 44Shutterbug11 Operator 2, 3; French Club 2, 3; Nutshell Staff 3, 4; I '3Press Club 3; Camera Club 2, 3. ALICE M. CALHOUN Moorestown Business Chatterer Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Council 4; BES 2, 3, Secretary 4; Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4; Bus Monitor 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Play Usher 3; Stu- dent Store Attendant 2, 3. WILLIAM S. GALLERY Moorestown General 2Willie WY Football 1, JV 2; Track 1, JV 2; Operator 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; From Committee 3; Fire Warden 4., DOROTHY L. CARCANAGUE Lenola Business Chatterbox Came Attendant 3; BES 2, 3, 4; Student Secretary 4; FHA 1; Nutshell Staff 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. JUDIE CESANEK Maple Shade Scientific Quiescent Red Cross Council 2; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 3; Nutshell Staff 4; JV Cheerleader 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3. MARY ANN CAREY Hartford Business Capable Student Secretary 4; Nutshell Staff 4; Honor Certificate 2, 3; Bus Monitor 4. MARLEEN CINI Moorestown Business Pen BES 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 4; Glee Club 1. OCTAVI CINELLI Mt. Laurel Scientific Independent Assembly Usher 4. GEORGE DONALD CLARKE Maple Shade Scientific 2Doniy Bowling, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4; Assembly Usher 4; Fire Warden 4; Boys, State 3. I I4 SARA ANNE CROMLEY Maple Shade Scientific Likeable Student Council 4; Red Cross 3; Library Council 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Cheerleader 3, Captain 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Graduation Usher 3. ROBERT E. CUNNINGHAM Maple Shade Classical 3HamB Bowling 2, 3, Varsity 4; Golf, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Game At- tendant 3; BES 4; French Club 3; Nutshell Staff 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2, 4. DAVENE CURTIS Moorestown Business Gracious BES 4; Secretary, Attendance Office Monitor 4. SHIRLEY AN N CLEVENGER Masonville Business Reticent Softball 1; Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4; BES 2, 4; Student Secretary 4; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 4. M. ROBERTA CWALINA Maple Shade Business Garrulous Bowling 3, 4; Red Cross Council 1, 4; Library Council 2,, 3, 4; BES 3, 4; FHA 2, 3, 4; Nutshell Staff 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Nutshell Award 3. GAIL CONOVER Moorestown Business Reserved Library Council 3, 4; BES 4; Student Secretary 4; FHA 2; Mixed Chorus 4; Glee Club 1; Junior Play Usher; Graduation Usher. DAVID W. CONSTANTINE Maple Shade Business iTEreek" Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Track, Varsity 2, 3; Assembly 4; BES 3, 4; Desk Monitor 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Assistant Fire Chief 4. ROBERT CROMLEY General 2Phot0grapher" l '5 Operator 3; Camera Club 2; Fire Warden 4. GLORIA DALEY Moorestown Classical Musical Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2;, Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; A Cappella Choir 3, 4-. PATRICIA DANIEL Maple Shade Classical Efficient Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Nutshell Staff 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Play Committee 3, 4; Fire Warden 4; Bus Monitor 4; Cafeteria Monitor 4. HENRY EDWARD DAVID Camden Scientific 2Hank1i Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Basketball, JV 2, Varsity 3, 4; Baseball 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Track 1, Varsity 4; Latin Club, Vice President 2; Spanish Club Treasurer 3; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Honor Certificate 3. PAUL HOWARD DELANEY Moorestown Scientific 41Pablo3 Student Council 2; Assembly Usher 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; F ire Warden 4; Junior Class Treasurer. WILLIAM DEAL Maple Shade General Nonchalant BES 4; Spanish Club 3; Fire Warden 4. ROSE MARIE DEPETRIS Maple Shade Business iiDark Eyes3 BES 4. ROBERT DE SIMO E Hartford General 2Dessie1' Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Track, Varsity 3, 4; BES 4. MARTHA CAROL DEVONSHIRE Maple Shade Business Cup-up Game Attendant 4; BES 4; Desk Monitor 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 4. Ilb GERALD DUNCAN Maple Shade General Opinionated BES 4; Senior Play 4; Fire Warden 4. HELEN ELEANOR DURHAM Maple Shade Business "Giggles4y BES 3, 4; Camera Club 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. NORMAN ROBERT ELDRIDGE Moorestown General Quiet Baseball 1; Fire Warden 4; Spanish Club 3; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 4. WILLIAM RANDOLPH DOERT Moorestown General 44Randy4 Student Council 1; Fire Warden 4. JOAN LEE ELLIS Moorestown Scientific Easy-going Student Council 3; Red Cross Council 2; Play Committee 3; Prom Committee; Desk Monitor 2; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. LEO V. DILLENSCHNEIDER Mt. Laurel General Car Fiend BES 4; F ire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Boys7 Glee Club 3. RUTH E. DRACUP Moorestown Scientific 44Nuckey4' Desk Monitor 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club 2. FAITH ANN DRENK Moorestown Classical Mischievous Student Council 4; French Club 3, 4; Franco-American Book Club 3, 4; Nutshell Staff 4; Play Committee 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Senior Class Treasurer. ll7 ARLEEN JEANNE ERDMAN Moorestown Business 2Erdie11 BES 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. ROBERT W. EMENECKER Marlton Classical uabsent minded prop Assembly Usher 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3. ALLEN S. FERG Moorestown General Skyscraper Football, Varsity 4; Basketball, JV 3, 4; Swimming, JV 1, 2; Operator 1, 3; Fire Warden 4. RONALD DAVID F RANKE Moorestown Scientific Popular Football, Varsity 4; Baseball 1, JV 2, Varsity 3, 4; Basket- ball 1, J V 2; Track 1; Bowling, Varsity 4; Student Council 2, 4. F RANK HARRY F ORVOUR Moorestown General 2Porky1, Baseball 1, Game Attendant 4; Spanish Club 2, Warden 4. JOAN JEANNE FRY Maple Shade Business Exacting Game Attendant 4; BES 4; Student Secretary 4; Yearbook Typist 4. CONSTANCE C. GA NES Moorestown Business 2Connie2 Basketball, J V 1, Varsity 2. JANE MILLICENT GALE Maple Shade Scientific 2Mad ScientisW Bowling, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4; Student Concert Goer 2; Library Council 2; Latin Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Press Club 2; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 4;x.Play Cast 3; Nut- shell Reporter 3; Girls' State Delegate 4; Commencement Usher 3. BARBARA-ANNE GRIFFITH Masonville Gardens Classical 44Barrie" Student Concert Goer 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, .3; FTA 3, 4; Nutshell Staff 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Press Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Play Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 2, Honor Certificate 1, 2, 3; Latin Prize 3, French Prize 3; Nutshell Reporter 1, 2, 3; Band Librarian 4; Band Council 4; Bus Monitor 4; FHA 1. REGINA A. GROFF Maple Shade Business Retiring Game Attendant 3; BES 4; Student Secretary 4; pesk Monitor 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2. DOROTHY GUNKEL Moorestown Business Effervescent Game Attendant 3, 4; Student Secretary 4; Spanish Club 2; Junior Play Cast 3. JOHN W. GILLESPY, JR. Maple Shade Scientific 3Statistics3 Latin Club 1; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 4; Glee Club 2, 3; A Cappella Choir 2, 4. ALEXANDER M. HAFF Moorestown Scientific Natator Baseball 1; Swimming 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Golf, JV 2, Varsity 4; Assembly Usher 4. JOSEPH GLOWFESKIE Maple Shade General 3.106, Fire Warden 4. JANE KARADINE GRAY Moorestown Classical Candid Swimming, JV 1; Assembly Usher 4; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 2, 3; Franco-American Book Club 4; Press Club 2, 3; Play Committee 3; Senior Play Cast 4; Prom Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1. MARY GREEN Moorestown Business I I 9 Red Cross Council 3; BES 4; Bus Monitor 4. JANE HALL Mount Laurel Business Personable Student Secretary 4; Nutshell Staff 3, 4. ALBERT J. HANISH Maple Shade Business Well-Iiked Football 1, 2; Track, Varsity 2; BES 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Fire Warden 4. VICTOR ERVIN HARING Maple Shade General Operator Game Attendant 2, 3; BES 4; Stagehand 1, 2, Treasurer- Secretary 3; Operator 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play Producer. DAVID PATRICK HAYES Moorestown Scientific Witty Football 1; Basketball 1, JV; 2; Track, Varsity 3; As- sembly Usher 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish American Book Club 2, 3; Fire Warden 4. ANNE HOLLACE HARNEY Moorestown Business Librarian Library Council 1, 2, 3, President 4; Student Secretary 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Nutshell Staff 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2 Honor Certificate 1, 2, 3. BARBARA JOAN HEAL Maple Shade Business Perky BES 4; Student Secretary 4; Desk Monitor 4. FRANK HEIM Maple Shade General Intelligence Came Attendant 4; BES 4. ANNA MAY K. HELLER Moorestown Business Industrious Student Council 1, 3, 4; BES 3, 4; Student Secretary Nutshell Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Typist 4. JOSEPH CRAIG HOLLIS Moorestown Business Personality-plus Football, JV 2, Varsity 3; Student Council 3, 4-; Boys, State 3. ANN E S. HORROCKS Moorestown Scientific Sophisticated Basketball, JV 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Hockey, JV 1, 2, Varsity 3, Co-Captain 4; Student Council 1; French Club 2, 3; Franco-American Book Club 2, 3, 4; Nutshell Staff 1, 2, Assistant Editor 3, 4; Press Club 1, 27 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Play Committee 3; From Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club 2; A Cappella Choir 4, Honor Cer- tificate 1, 2, 3; Girls1 State; Band Council 4, MARGARET LA RUE HUGHES Maple Shade Business Comedian BES 4; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Color Guard 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Play Committee 4; Band Council 4; Student Secretary 4. CLARA MAY HERSHEY Maple Shade Business Auburn VELMA HUMES Moorestown Scientific 2Maisie1, Hockey, JV 3; BES 2, 3; FTA 3; Nutshell Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Play Cast 3; JV Cheerleader 3; Fire Warden 4; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Honor Certificate 1, 2; Class Secretary 3; Student Council Sec- retary 3. THOMAS A. HODGSON Moorestown Scientific Successful Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, Treasurer 2; Spanish American Book Club 2, Vice Presi- dent 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Fire Warden 4; Boys' State; Vice President Monitor Club 3; Junior Rotarian; Honor CertifiCate 1, 2, 3; Class President 4. JACK O. HOHWALD Moorestown Business Comic Football, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4; Track 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; BES 4; From Committee 3; Desk Monitor 4. DOROTHEA METCALFE HOLBERTON Moorestown Scientific Well-dressed Swimming, JV 1, 3; Bowling, Varsity 2, 3, 4-; Hockey, JV 1, Varsity 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Assembly Usher 4; Library Council 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; FTA 3, Treasurer 4; Nutshell Business Staff 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 4; Honor Certificate 1; Band Council 4; '2! Attendance Certificate 1, 2, 3. JACOB WALTER HUTCHINS Moorestown General 41.1 ack41 Game Attendant 2; BES 4; Spanish Club 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 3, 4. ALICE KATHRYN HYLAND Moorestown Classical Sympathetic Hockey, JV 1, 2, Varsity 3, Co-Captain 4; Assembly Usher 4; Red Cross Council 4; Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Nutshell Staff 4; Press Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Play Committee 3; From Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4. ' :23 W M CA L ANN JAMES, t 2! 3,1 6 m ! Business Came Attendant 4; B138 3, 4; Student Secretary 4; Camera Club 3; From Committee 3; Desk Monitor 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2. CLAIRE ELAINE J ONES Classical Talkative Bowling, JV 2, Varsity 3, 4; Hockey, JV 1, 2; Red Cross Council 1, 2; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; FTA 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 3, 4; Play Committee 3; Senior Play Cast 4; From Com- mittee 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Girls Citizen- ship Institute 3. GEORGE H. JOHNSON Vincentown Classical Sincere Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4. ALLEN W. JUHLMANN Moorestown Business Dancer BES 2, 3, 4; Fire Warden 4. JO-ANNE KIRPACH Maple Shade Business BES 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH KLEMM Moorestown Scientific Subtle Baseball 1; Game Attendant 4; Latin Club 2; Desk Moni- tor 4; Attendance Certificate 1. '22 DORIS MARION LEFCZIK Maple Shade Scientific Studious Student Council 2; Latin Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Band 3, 4; Desk Monitor 2; Honor Certificate 1, 2, 3. RICHARD R. LEFEVRE Riverton Scientific 2Footsieii Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Track, Varsity 4; Student Council 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish Ameri- can Book Club 2, 3; Fire Warden 4; Spanish Club Vice President 3. BARBARA LOUISE LEPONE ' Moorestown Scientific iiBobbie3 Bowling, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 4; Student Concert Coer 1,2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish American Book Club 2, 3, 4; Nutshell 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Play Com- mittee 3; Senior Play Cast 4; Prom Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Honor Certificate 1, 2. SANDRA KOHL Moorestown Scientific 11Sami, Basketball, JV 1, 2; Swimming, JV 3, Varsity 4; Bowling 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball, JV 1, 2; Assembly Usher 4; French Club 2, 3; WA 3, 4; Yearbook Business Staff Press Club 2, 3; Play Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee Fire Warden 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Cappella Choir 3, 4. JUDITH CAROL LESTER Business Attractive Nutshell Distributor 2, 3, 4; BES 2, 3, 4; Nutshell Typist 4; Camera Club 3; Majorette 3, Co-Captain 4; From Com- mittee 3; Hall Monitor 2, 3; BES Treasurer 4. puffs? ROBERT KRAMER Moorestown Scientific J azz-man Student Concert Goer 4; Band 4; Swimming 4. DANIEL LANZILLOTI Maple Shade General 2Danny3 BES 4; Fire Warden 4. JOHN JOSEPH LATWINAS Maple Shade Business Riot Raiser I 23 Football, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4; F ire Warden 4. RICHARD E. LEULIETTE Moorestown General 3Lilliput3 Football, JV 3; Assembly Usher 4; French Club 2; Play Committee 4; From Committee 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 3; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; A Cap- pella Choir 3, 4; Commencement Usher 3. JOYCE CLAIR LEWIS Maple Shade Classical 3Cha Chef7 Latin Club 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Nutshell Staff 4; Guard 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3. RONALD LEWIS Lenola General Flirt ELIZABETH ANN LLOYD Moorestown Scientific Princeton Library Council 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish American Book Club 2, 3, 4; FTA 3, Secretary 4; Nutshell Staff 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Press Club 4; Play Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Glee Club; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Honor Certificate 3. F RANCIS CARLTON LILLAGORE Maple Shade General Fun Loving Baseball, JV 2, 3; Fire Warden 4. MIRIAM E. LONG Maple Shade Business 3Woolworth heiress3 BES 2, 4; Mixed Chorus 3. LAWRENCE J. MAIO Mt. Laurel General Gourmet F Dothall, JV 2, Varsity 3, 4; Basketball 1, JV 2; Student Council 4. DONNA MARIE MAKIN Moorestown Classical Petite Latin Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3; Franco-American Book Club Secretary 4; FTA 3, 4; Nutshell Staff 4; Nut- shell Reporter 2, 3, 4; Press Club 2, 3, 4; Student Concert Goer 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Latin Club Prize 3; Honor Certificate 1, 2, 3; Associate Editor Year- book 4. 124 FLORENCE M. MCCOOG Maple Shade Business 2La 53116,, Basketball, JV 2; BES 2, 4; Nutshell Staff 4; Desk Moni- tor 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club 2; Play Committee 4. JOSEPH MCDONNELL Maple Shade General Comic BES 4; Fire Warden 4. W. THOMAS MCGANN Moorestown Classical 2The J udgeu Football 1, JV 3, Varsity 4; Student Council 1; Assembly Usher 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 3; Mixed Chorus 4; Glee Club 2, 3. HARRY MASON Masonville Business Delivery man Fire Warden 4. MARILYN McNICOL Moorestown Scientific 2Pleasant44 Game Attendant 4; Play Committee 4. THOMAS S. MASSOTH Moorestown Scientific Carefree Basketball, JV 2; Game Attendant 4; Assembly Usher Spanish Club 2, 3; Fire Warden 4. GEORGE J. MASULONIS Maple Shade General Good-natured Football, Varsity 4; Bowling, Varsity 3, 4; BES 4; Warden 4. MARGARET LOUISE McCHESNEY Moorestown General 2Peggy2 Basketball, Manager 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3; Soft- ball 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; FTA 3; Play Committee 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Desk Monitor. I 25 MARY METCALF Moorestown Classical Artistic Hockey 1, JV 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 2, 3 Yearbok Staff 4; Play Committee 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3 Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 3, 4. MERLE ADELAIDE MILLER Moorestown Classical Traveler Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish American Book Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; FTA 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Band 1, 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Play Cast 3; Fire Warden 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cap- pella Choir 3, 4; Honor Certificate 1, 2, 3; Citizenship Institute; Band Council 4; Student Exchange 4. 7 y SANDRA MILLICAN Moorestown General Rebel Library Council 4; French Club 3; FTA 3; Nutshell Staff 3, 4; Play Committee 3, 4; From Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 3, 4. LOWELL MOORHEAD Maple Shade Scientific Individualist Student Council 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2; J unior Play Committee 3. ROBERT J. MONTGOMERY Maple Shade Scientific g4Mambo" Assembly Usher 4; Latin Club 1, 2; F ire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 3; Boys1 State 3. LUCY MARIE MORGAN Moorestown General Future homemaker Game Attendant 4; BES 4; FHA 4. THEODORE MUSE Scientific 2Bert', Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERTA NELSON Masonville General 2Bashfu1" l26 PATRICIA UDONNELL Moorestown Scientific Flirtatious Latin Club 2; Band, Solo Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Desk Monitor 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; A Cappella Choir 4. MARION 0LT Maple Shade Business iiMOIW Student Council 3; Red Cross Council 3; BES 3, 4; Student Secretary 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Nutshell Business Staff 4; Play Committee 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Bus Monitor 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Honor Certificate 2. MARY LOU PARGNY Moorestown Classical 3Frenchie" Student Concert Goer 1, 3; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Play Committee 3; Senior Play Cast; Desk Monitor 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 3, 4. ' ROBERT J. NIEDERMAYER Maple Shade General 3Casanova3 Track, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4; Stagehand 1, 2; Band 1, 2; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 3; Glee Club 3, 4. RAYMOND PASTL Maple Shade General iiRay" Swimming 1, Varsity 2; Fire Warden 4. OTTELIA NOLLER Maple Shade Business iiDollyi, BES 1. NORMAN NYMAN Maple Shade Business 2Hot Chevie3 BES 4. EUGENE J OSEPH 0,BRIEN Moorestown General Pleasant BES 4; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2. Monitor Desk 4. Business WILLIAM REISS Lenola General iiKibitzeF Football, JV 1; Assembly Usher 4; BES 3, 4; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2, 3, 4. GERALD JAMES RENTERIA Maple Shade Business 2V. I. P? BES 2, 3, 4; Fire Warden 4; Bus Monitor 2, 3; Desk Monitor 4; Class Vice President 4. 128 HOWARD REED Moorestown iiWayneii BES 4; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 4. RUDOLPH PRATE Maple Shade 2Worrisomeii General ELIZABETH MARIE REIS Adorable Student Council 1, 3, 4; BES 1, 2, 3, 4; Nutshell Distribu- tor 1, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 2, 3, Captain 4; Play Com- mittee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Desk Monitor 2, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Class Secretary 2. Business F RANK PHILLIPS Mount Laurel Business iiWilliei, Entered November 1956. ELIZABETH A. PINGARRON Moorestown Classical Coquette Swimming 1; Student Concert Goer 3; Latin Club 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Press Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1; Play Cast 3; Senior Play Cast 4; Prom Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Drum Major 2, 3, 4; Nutshell Reporter 4. MARILYN E. POWELL Moorestown Business Mixed Chorus 3, 4; BES 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; JEAN SATTAZAHN Maple Shade Business 44Sag,y Student Council 2; BES 2, 3, 4; Student Secretary 4; Bus Monitor 2, 4; Desk Monitor 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 2. DAVI D SCHOCK Masonville General NGridiron Grindef, Football 1, 2, Varsity 4; Baseball, JV 1; Tra6k, Varsity 1; BES 4; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Glee Club 2, 3. DOROTHY MARIE SCHOEL Masonville Classical Reliable Library Council 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish Ameri- can Book Club 2, 3; FTA 3, 4; Game Attendant 4; Play Committee 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4. BENJAMIN RIDGWAY Moorestown Scientific Unassuming Basketball 1; Spanish Club 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Moni- tor 2; Mixed Chorus 4; Honor Certificate 1; Refreshment Stand Attendant 1, 2, 4. JUNE K. SCHOFIELD Maple Shade Business 44Sp00kerino" Junior Play Cast; Glee Club 3. ETHELEEN ROBINSON Moorestown General 44Ethel" RONALD D. RUFF Maple Shade General 44R0nnie" Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 3, MICHAEL RYAN Maple Shade General 44Mikey44 Assembly Usher 4; BES 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Fire Warden 4. l29 ELEANORE VIRGINIA SCHRUFER Moorestown Scientific Congenial Swimming, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Hockey, JV 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Student Council 1; Game Attendant 3; Library Council 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; FTA 3, President 4; Play Com- mittee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Honor Certificate 2; Monitor Club 3. ELIZABETH SCHULTZ Maple Shade Classical 2Sef10rita2 Game Attendant 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Nutshell Staff 4; Junior Play Extra; Play Committee 3; Glee Club 2, 3; A Cappella Choir 4. CLARK SECHLER Moorestown Scientific Electronic fan Spanish Club 3. JAMES ROBERT SHERFESSEE Rancocas Woods Scientific 2Sherf1, Football 1; Baseball 1; Game Attendant 4; Assembly Usher 4; Red Cross Council 1; Junior Play Cast; Prom Committee 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4. GLADYS E. SEEMULLER Moorestown Classical 2Seaweed" Swimming, JV 1, Varsity 2; Student Council 1; Red Cross Council 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Nutshell Business Staff 4; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2, Captain 3, 4; Junior Play Cast 3; Prom Committee 3; Honor Certificate 2. F. RONALD SHILL Moorestown Scientific Original Baseball Manager 1, 2; Game Attendant 4; Spanish 3; Nutshell Business Staff 4; Play Committue 3; Warden 4. WILMA SHIRLEY Moorestown Classical Willowy Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Student Council 3; Game Attendant 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; FTA 3, 4; Nutshell Staff 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Color Guard 4; Junior Play Cast, Student Director 4; Prom Committee 3; Fire Warden 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Honor Certificate 3. SANDRA M. SHONE Moorestown Business 2Red heacF, Library Council 4; BES 4; Junior Play Cast; FHA Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. Ha RAMONA SPRUEL Moorestown General 1iSketch-padi1 Basketball, JV 1; Hockey 1; Glee Club 1. THOMAS E. W. SPRUILL Hartford Heights General 44Hot r0111, BES 4; Fire Warden 4. DANIEL STEINMETZ J R. Moorestown Scientific Thespian Football 1; Baseball 1, JV 2, 3; Junior Play Cast 3; Student Council 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Senior Play Cast 4; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2. LAWRENCE SLIWKA Mount Laurel Business siLarry" PATRICIA A. STOREY Moorestown General Trustworthy Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Honor Certificate 3; Desk Monitor 2; Scrapbook Committee 3. CAROLYN JANE SMITHSON Moorestown Classical Discerning Basketball 1, JV 2, Varsity 3; Hockey, JV 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Softball, JV 1, Varsity 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish American Book Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Warden 4; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; A Cap- pella Choir 4; Honor Certificate 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 1; Delegate Girlsy Citizenship Institute 4. DARLENE SOMERS MapIe Shade Business Winsome Red Cross Council; Library Council 1; BES 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 3; Desk Monitor 3, 4. MARY ANN SPEER Maple Shade Business iiChickie" Came Attendant 4; Student Secretary 4; Mixed Chorus 2. CALVIN STOW Moorestown Scientific Sincere Game Attendant 3; Assembly Usher 4; Operator 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Fire Warden 4; Bus Monitor 4. NICHOLAS J. STULPINAS Maple Shade Business 2Elvis" B135 4; Fire Warden 4. WILLIAM JOHN SULLIVAN Moorestown General 44Gus2 Football 1, JV 2; Assembly Usher 4; BES 4; Spanish Club 2; Fire Warden 4. KATHRYN SUTTON Moorestown Classical 2Fire and Ice11 Basketball 1, 2; Hockey 1, JV 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Game Attendant 3; Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3; Student Concert Coer 4; Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; FTA 4; Nutshell Staff 1, 2; Play Committee 3, 4-; Desk Monitor 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Junior Misses Oc- tette 3, 4. DAVID SUTTON Masonville General 2Draggin1 wag0n1, BES 4; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 4. RAYMOND W. SUTTON Moorestown Scientific 2Chem17 Whiz Football 1; Monitor Club Defuartment Head 4; Assembly Usher 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Play Committee 4; From Committee 3; Fire Warden 4. JO ANN TEST Moorestown Scientific Versatile Swimming, Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey, JV 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Softball, Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Stu- dent Concert Goer 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Franco- American Book Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Nutshell Staff 2, Sports Editor 3, 4; Yearbook Editor 4; Press Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Play Committee 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Honor Certificate 1, 2, 3; Class Treasurer 1; Student Court Representative 2; Moni- tor Club Secretary 4; Girls, State 3; Junior Misses Octette 3, 4; Bus Monitor 4. W. JACK THATCHER Fellowship Business Fun loving Football 1; Track 2; BES 4; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 4. '32 SONIA VAN SCIVER Moorestown Business g4111ashionable3 Red Cross Council 2; BES 3, 4; Student Secretary 4; Camera Club 3; Desk Monitor 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. EDWARD VAUGHN Maple Shade General Amicable Fire Warden 4; BES 4. MARGARET WALKER Maple Shade Business Natural BES 4. FRANK JOHN THIEL Maple Shade Scientific Friendly Fire Warden 4; Boys, State 3 JAMES THOMAS WARNER Mount Laurel Scientific 2Walnuts14 Student Council 1, 2; Assembly Usher 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Play Committee 3; Fire Warden 4; Bus Monitor 2; Desk Monitor 3; Weather Club 1; Graduation Usher 3. GAIL THOMPSON Maple Shade Business Reserved Game Attendant 1; Library Council 1. CHARLES TOMLINSON Moorestown Scientific 2Butch11 Student Council 4; Game Attendant 3, 4; Library Council 1; BES 1, 2, 3; Operator 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2, 3. JOSEPH S. URBAN Moorestown Business Gridiron ace Football 1, JV 2, Varsity 3, 4; Assembly Usher 4; BES 1, 2, 3,.4; Operator 1, 2, 3; Camera Club 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2, 3, 4; Mixed 133- Chorus 4. GEORGE E. WATERFIELD Lenola General Extrovert Track 1; Assembly Usher 4; BES 1, 2, 3, 4; Operator 1, 2, 3; Camera Club 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus. 4. ROBERT E. WEAVER Maple Shade General 2Little Weaver" Assembly Usher 4; Fire Warden 4. WESTON L. WEED Moorestown General Quigt lad Football 1; Baseball 1; Fire Warden 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH WELLS Moorestown Scientific Opinionated Game Attendant 4; Assembly Usher 4; Operator 2; Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 3. RUTH WEINTRUB Moorestown General Musician FTA 4; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Junior Play Cast 3; Mixed Chords 2, 3; Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 3, 4. GEORGE ANTON WENSTROM Maple Shade General 2Anton3 Football, JV 3, Varsity 4; Baseball 2; Swimming, Varsity 1; BES 4; Fire Warden 4. J AMES WESCOTT Moorestown Scientific Devilish eyes Football, Varsity 4; Basketball 1, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4; Base; ball 1, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4; Spanish Club 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 1. ROBERTA GEORGENE WILLIAMS Maple Shade Business nBobbie" Game Attendant 4; Nutshell Staff 2, 3, 4; JV Cheerleader 2, 3; Attendance Certificate 1, 2. JOHN J. WOJTKOW AK Masonville Scientific 3Yonniem Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Student Council, Treasurer 4; Spanish Club 3; Junior Play Cast 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 4; Vice President of Class 3. CAROLYN LEE WYCHULS Maple Shade Business 3Connie,y Came Attendant 1; Library Council 1; Nutshell Staff 1. EDITH LESLIE WYNN E Moorestown Classical Dramatist Student Concert Coers 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 2, 3; Franco-American Book Club 3, 4; Nutshell Staff 3, Editor 4; Press Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Junior Play Cast 3; Prom Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 47; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Honor Certificate 1, 2; Junior Misses Octette 3, 4. JAMES J. WILSON Maple Shade General Quiet Fire Warden 4; BES 4. PETER FELIX JOSEPH YACHIMSKE Lenola General Humorous Football 1, JV 2, 3; Baseball 1; Track 1; Assembly Usher 4; BES 4; Spanish Club; Junior Play Cast; Prom Com- mittee 3; Fire Warden 4. DEAN A. WILTSHIRE Rancocas Woods General 44Swabby11 Game Attendant 2; Assembly Usher 4; BES 4; Prom Committee 3; Fire Warden 4; Desk Monitor 1, 2; Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4. . HILDA WING Moorestown Scientific Ability plus Swimming Manager 2, 3, 4; Hockey, JV 2; Softball Man- ager, JV 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Student Concert Coers 2, 3, 4; Library Council 1, 2; Latin Club 1, 2; FTA 4; FHA 1; Nutshell Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Press Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Fire Warden 4; Bus Monitor 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Band Vice President 4; Traffic Monitor 4. HENRY WINKLER Maple Shade General 3Winks3 Fire Warden 4; BES 4. DOLORES CLAINE YOUNG Moorestown Classical 2Dee2 Basketball, JV 2, 3; Softball, JV 1, 2; Red Cross Council 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; FTA 3, 4; Desk Monitor 3; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. LORRAINE ANN ZEMAITIS Moorestown Classical Vivacious Bowling, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; F rench Club 2, 3; Franco-American Book Club 3, Vice President 4; Yearbook Staff 4-; Play Committee 3; From Committee 3; Cheerleader, JV 2, Varsity 3, 4; Desk Monitor 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; A Cap- pella Choir 3; Nutshell Distributor 2, 4; Honor Certificate 1, 2, 3. I36 Advertisements 471m WWQMWMW W WW4, 444.734 764,44 xenwfyi Mob 1 MW vcl kagm ?CM'UXMJ W I AW? aux WAIM $0 40 WWW 07L nomejj :QJAAfJJ-Zp 441,14, 1 M j W 472144471; mic Lezj'v JMW 47WM 4be$j W C7744, 664,040 4C7WXVMW cw W2 w?auw ,Wm MJWD 24W Qii; 764V W 1., meMJ Mum Mb gfxwe Mm? ahamujn HOMAS E. 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Manager 22l Fairview Avenue BE 5-l300 F. T. D. EVAN WOO DOTH Elec+rical Con+rac+or 268 E. Main Sfreef 'MOORESTOWN. N. J. Phone BE 5-0525 Lis+ Wi+h Us N0+arY We're Double Barreled 3 Bus+le+on Ave..Feas+erville. Pa. -TWO OFFICES TO SERVE YOU- loo W c :Rct'd 3:420 . am en ve.. oores+own. N. J. ROB'T. M. COPELAND, INC. BE'm0"+5'2700 Real Es+a+e Insurance A $03:ng SSTEggCE Mal V Power and Light WILLIAM E. THOMSON Electrician Phone Belmon+ 5-00I8 220 S. CHURCH STREET McGAN N'S FurnH'ure -- Appliances Nice Things for +he Home PHONE BE 5-I492 l3 Eas+ Main S+ree+ MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY Complimen+s of MADDEN'S BARBER SHOP l4 E. Second 51'. MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY HOLLY HOUSE RESTAURANT Sea+ing Up +0 I200 Air Condi+ioned NO 3-5227 Browning Road and Cresceni' Blvd. PENNSAUKEN 8. NEW JERSEY STOHNERS ATLANTIC Wesf Main S'l'reei' and Union S+ree+ Phone BE 5-9745 MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY RALPH'S MARKET For +he Bes+ in Fresh Frui'l's. Vege+ables. Groceries and Choice Meafs BE 5-0I32 l3l W. Main 5+. MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY Breyers Ice Cream Candy SAUDER and STAUB THE LITTLE STORE Delica+essen Phone BE 5-0788 3I3 Fairview Ave. MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY PARMELEE'S DRUGS 8t PRESCRIPTIONS HAROLD L. PARMELEE. JR. Reg. Phar. 28 Eas+ Main S+ree+ MAPLE SHADE. NEW JERSEY Complimen+s of COHEN'S PHONE BE 5-0I38 79 E. Main 5+. MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY MATLACK'S DAIRY BAR ghway ooresfown Kings H M BE 5-H36 S DeSlMONE' SERVICE STATION J N 9792 HARTFORD Belmon+ 5 Congra+ula+ions and Bes+ Wishes +0 +he Class of I958 "BUZZY" PHONE BE 5-5400-0I MOORESTOWN GARAGE, INC. Chrysler - Plymou+h Imperial MOORESTOWN. N. J. NICHOLS PRODUCTS COMPANY INCORPORATED Manufadurers of Elec+ronic Equipment Surgical Specialfies Precision Me+al and Plas+ic Par+s PHONE: BE 5-0877 325 W. Main S+ree+ MOORESTOWN. N. J. BROOK'S GULF SERVICE Gasoline-OiIs-Lubricafion Washing Towing-Tires Ba++eries Accessories NOrmandy 2-9762 NOrmandy 24975 S+a+ion Residence Nor'l'heasf Corner Main S+ree+ and LippincoH Avenue MAPLE SHADE NEW JERSEY MAIN STREET LUNCHEONETTE l25 WEST MAIN STREET MOORESTOWN. N. J. MOORESTOWN MOBIL SERVICE HOWARD W. LAUDERBACK Phone Belmon+ 5-97l6 JOSEPH J. ROMANO Ches+er Ave. and RR. Propriefors MOO'RESTOWN. NEW JERSEY Congrafulai'ions +0 Class of I958 KARL E. ROBINSON CHEVROLET, INC. Sales-Service N. J. Rou+e 38 MOORESTOWNI N. J. Equipmenfs PHILADELPHIA 6, PA. Uniforms 132 N. FIFTH STREET Phone BE 5-0l0l B. T. EDGAR 8: SON REALTORS and INSURORS 25 EAST MAIN STREET MOORESTOWN. N. J. BOOSTERS' BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 45 EAST MAIN STREET MOORESTOWN BElmon+ 5-0544 "Save Wifh a Purpose" Home Ownership Educa+ion Re+iremen+ MOORESTOWN MOTOR COMPANY BE 53300 Sales2 Bulck2 SerVIce 2'9 Wes+ Main S+ree+ Mooresi'own. N. J. STOC KWELL-KNIGHT CO. Insurance Fire . Au+o . Bonds . 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My equipmenf is +he mosf modern obtainable. and I can render iusf abouf every car service you require. Why not s+op in soon and give me a +rial? Sincerely. HERB BERNER Make Us Your Headquar'l'ers for Household Needs McCHESNEY'S HARDWARE BE-5-0800 4! E. Main 5+. MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY FRIGIDAIRE R. C. A. AND APPLIANCES PHILCO TELEVISION WELSH'S FIRESTONE 32 W. Main 5+. MAPLE SHADE. N. J. Sales and Service NOrmandy 3-2600 260! REAL STEAK CO. Wholesale Dis+ribu+ors Mea+ SpeciaHies 6l8 Maple Avenue HADDONFIELD. NEW JERSEY Pick Up and Dglivery Service RITCHIE'S wwaQ SERVICE Mobiloi Tires-BaHeries-Accessories Lubrica+ion-Washing-Polishing KINGS HIGHWAY JACK RICHIE ROUTES 73 and 38 BE 5-9762 MOORESTOWN. CIRCLE LOUIS E. STILZ 8: BROS. CO. Academic Caps and Gowns 4+I1 and Race st. BELMONT 5-0328 FAST, INCORPORATED CONTRACTORS MOORESTOWN. N. J. JAMES E. FOLEY PHILADELPHIA 6. PENNSYLVANIA Presiden+ CONGRATULATIONS HOLLINGSHEAD TO THE Feed - Coal CLASS OF 1958 Fuel Oil Fer+ilizer Belmonf 5-0300 MOORESTOWN. N. J. J. um N. N. N S - E Y W N u M 0 m N S m m P Om S U a . o H u n: M d T w W I P I M r m S .m .m . d 3 D m , m K m m M 5 R H , W F N , 5 o 2 H O P N BE 5-080l C. H. WRIGHT, Jeweler's 55 EAST MAIN STREET MOORESTOWN. N. J. HamiHon. Elgin. Longines-WiHnauer Wa+ches BISHOP'S DAIRIES Qualify Dairy Producfs Phone HObar+ l-0476 RIVERSIDE. NEW JERSEY PERLA BLOCK CORP. of MOORESTOWN, N. J. Cinder Block Manufadurers Building Ma+erials Chimney Block-Corner and Sash BIock-Lin+els-S+eel and Aluminum Window Sash-Face Bricks-Lime-Cemen'l' ikikik THIRD and STANWICK ROAD MOORESTOWN-Phone BE 5-l880 5-l88l Belmon+ 5-9772. 5-023l MAPLE SHADE. N. J. Roufe 73 Duncan Hines APPROVED MOTEL PATIO COURT MOTEL 011$; 3 Swimming Pool - Television Air Condii'ioned JACK KRAMER. Owner NEAR N. J. TURNPIKE EXIT NO. 4 Maw nah mg ragaagzayw MOORESTOWN LOCKER SERVICE BE-5-004 l THE COLONY PRESS Printing-Advertising GEORGE E. CRAGG Phone Belmon+ 5-I780 Cen+er+on Road MASONVILLE NEW JERSEY CENTRAL STATIONERS School and Office Supplies Hallmark Greefing Cards Normandy 3-4974 l9 E. Main S+ree+ MAPLE SHADE. NEW JERSEY WHITE'S SELECT SHOP Phone: NOrmandy 3-2272 Wearing Apparel for Women I42 BROADWAY WESTVILLE. N. J. l8 E. MAIN STREET MAPLE SHADE. N. J. 5 SCOTT STREET RIVERSIDE. N. J. YOUR GEORGE B. VROOMAN T1456 9 INC. - Wholesale Dis+ribu+ors Qualify Canned Foods BAKER PHILADELPHIA 47. PA. ED BAKER I COONEY OLLIV'ER 5 WELDING a MACHINE. INC. STATIONERY Mill Chain Saws 77 Easi' Main S+ree+ MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY Lincoln Welders Por+able Generators "Sales and Ren+als" PHONE AM 7-09l8 R+. 38 MT. HOLLY. NEW JERSEY MR. AND MRS. C. A. STYLES lOI E. MAIN ST. MOORESTOWN. N. J. Fine In+eriors for +he Home Carpe+s Rugs Fu rnifure BE 5-2232 NO 2-2232 CANTON FORD Roui'e I30 RIVERSIDE. N. J. HO l-2000 $3M?! ?igTK-AA mg EL Open 24 Hours 32 Lanes NOrmandy 2- I 500 Roufe I30 and Haddonfield Rd. Pennsauken. N. J. rm?" .L Jr CAMDEN COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Admiral Wilson Boulevard CAMDEN ll NEW JERSEY LLOYD 8: LEWIS Au+omo+ive Repairs Texaco Producfs Belmonf 5-9l02 Rou+e 38 MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY N. EDWARD MELTON FUNERAL HOME N. Edward Meli'on Direci'ors H. Douglas Lewis Telephone BE-5-0263 BE-5-0009 76-78 Easf Main S+ree+ MOORESTOWNI N. J. Phone: BE 5- I 094 "No One Knows Painf Like a Pain+er" JOSEPH P. SUTTON ln+erior and Ex+erior Painfing 207 Soufh Church 51'. MOORESTOWN. N. J. BUDGET PLAN CORP. Consumer Loans BE5-2626 I3I W. Main 5+. MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY "If H's Real Se'rvice You Wan'l' . . . Bring H' Here" BEN AND WILBUR'S SERVICE General Au+o Repairing Texaco Producfs Main and CO'H'age Avenue W. MOORESTOWN. N. J. RANSOM 81 VAN SCIVER ln+erior-PAINTING-Ex+erior Promp+ - Neaf - Courfeous Service Bes+ Ma+erials Comb. Aluminum S+orm Sash and Screens Sales and lnsfallafion PHONES MOORESTOWN BE 5-I273 BE 5-2377 Ifalian and American Food Banque+s Invi+ed SORRENTINO'S RESTAURANT ROUTE 38. MOORESTOWN. N. J. Opposi+e Sfrawbridge LaIM Pizza a SpeciaHy Sandwiches of All Kinds Open II A.M. +0 Midnigh+ Phone BE5-9760 STANWICK GARAGE Au+omobile and Truck Repairs Phone BE 5-0l68 Roui'e 38 MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY ,vuwmxwwmgwww mm A 1?wasz 4W3WM my mee NO 3-6878 ART HAINLEY V L x; n $131k? ,L Complimen+s of THE FIRST NATIONAL RLTON BANK OF MA MARLTON. N. J. Phone EAsfga're MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION -03 53 LEONARD A. DUFFY Pressure Trea+ing Plan+ Wooden Fences PHONE BE 5-I3I5 The Paddock RT. 38. MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY CONROY DRUGS A. HAILPERIN I27 W. Main Sfreei' Congra+ula+ions +0 +he GraduaHng Class MOORESTOWN. PHONE: BE 5-0I43 "LEARN MORE . . . EARN MORE" STEELMAN BUSINESS SCHOOL Since I92Q COMPLETE BUSINESS TRAINING Secrefarial Sienographic Typ'ewrii'ing . Office Praci'ice Civil Service Office Machines Bookkeeping Accounfing Compfomefer Day and Evening Classes EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 502 Linden S+ree+ Phone: WOodlawn 4-3369 Camden 2. N. J. J. S. COLLINS 8: SON, INC. LumberI Mill Work. Hardware. Cemenf. Painfs. Fuel Oil. Coal and Farmers' Supplies MOORESTOWN. RIVERSIDE. RIVERTON. MERCHANTVILLE. MAPLE SHADE. CLEMENTON. N. J. L??ggxggn WOOLWORTH'S MOORESTOWN. N. J. HARVEY H. W FUNERAL HOME BEImon+ 5-5555 l0 Wesi' Mam S+ree+ MOORESTOWN. N. J. Cards and GiHs We Give Bonus S+amps Open All Day Wednesday ANN'S GIFT SHOP l6 Helen Avenue MAPLE SHADE. NEW JERSEY V2 Block From Posi' Office Phone NOrmandy 3- I 899 MOORESTOWN STEAM LAUN DRY Dry Cleaning BE 5-0l02-Phones-BE 5-0l03 Washington Avenue MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY MANOR HOUSE a: me Where Cooking Is an Arf and Ea+ing a Pleasure l3 W. Main $1". MOORESTOWN. N. J. Recommended by Duncan Hines-"Adven- +ures in Good Eai'ing." "Gourmefs' Guide +0 Visif GREEN VALLEY FARM'S MILK BAR CRYSTAL LAKE AVE. HADDONFIELDI N. J. Phone HA 9-6329 Good Eai'ing" A. K. H ARMAN 8I 50 N S CONGRATU LATIONS Wholesale Food Dis+ribu+ors TO TH E Packers of CLASS OF 1958 "Harmany" Brand Frui+s and Vege+ables CO 5-5l00 OAKLYN. NEW JERSEY MELCER 8! SMITH FOOD MARKET Phones BEImon+ 5-028I -- 5-9708 MASONVILLE. N. J. Ar+is+s' Supplies Hobbies Super Kem-Tone SCHNEIDER'S COLOR CENTER BE 5-2708 2l7 Ches+er Avenue MOORESTOWN. N. J. PLAS-TI-CON Reinforced Concre+e Pipe Mounf Hollyl N. J. Maple Ave. re Made ir Way by +he Way They "Made The RIVERSIDE MANUFACTURING CO J OF N. Incorpora+ed Frui+ and Vege+able Packages CONROW ROY W. Residence Phone Warehouse Phone belmomL 5 0809 Belmoni' 5 l8l0 .R NEW JERSEY Locusf S+ree+ and R MOORESTOWN THOMAS POTTS 8t SONS FLORI STS 238 Linden S+ree+ MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY Q SPOTLIGHT Is on JOSTEN CLASS RINGS:- . and the spotlight reveals I Mognmcen! sunshino IOK gold 0 Excluzive or;g.nu' desig.. 0 Every ring beautifu'ly engraved 0 Deep dimension die-work 0 Thick faceied Jones 'HE SMARI ""NG plus a host of features in H" . U'EHR H CLHSS RlnG ' JOSTEN tradition of quality 9 MT Ken Wingrove. Rep. 0 , Box 85. Long Branch,N. .I. V BE 5-2542 WM. E. WARD H. E. PAULSEN Tin Roofing and Siding Fuel Oil PHONE: BE 5-1027 4I6 Eas+ Second 5+. MOORESTOWN. N. J. 276 W. Third S+ree+ MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY WATSON FLORISTS l54 Sou+h Fellowship Road MAPLE SHADE. NEW JERSEY Phone NO 2-4966 Wedding and Funeral Designs - Cor- sages and Bouque'rs - Dish Gardens- PoHed Noveljies - House Planfs FISHER'S SERVICE STATION New English Bicycles Repahs PHONE BE 5-0625 300 Ches+er Avenue MOORESTOWN NEW JERSEY Phone NOrmandy 2-6735 MARTY'S TELEVISION 5 RADIO SERVICE MARTIN FRANZEN Phonographs . . Aerials . . Color TV 303 E. Woodlawn Avenue MAPLE SHADE. N. J. E. E. HYLAND CLEANER 8: DYER BE 5-0648 63 E. Main S+ree+ MOORESTOWN. N. J. FRED OLT'S BUS SERVICE Maple Shade. N. J. STEWARD R. MAINES C0. General Con+rac+ing MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY Phone Mooresfown. BE 5-l946 JOS. BUSH 8: SONS. INC. F E N C ES Residen+ial Commercial C HAI N LI N K Galvanized and Aluminum 355.2393? c5332.? Tim??? 21.26:; hit? 4 N23??? MOORESTOWN. N. J. MAINLINE MOBIL SERVICE Bor'ron's Landing Road and E. Main 31'. MOORESTOWN. N. J. Complefe Lubricafion Service Washing PHONE BE 5-504I Edeled Edeled Po+a+o Chips Peanuf Sandwiches "Sa'risfaci-ory Service Always" WILLIAM E. RATZELL Dis+ribu+or Bachman's Ice Cream Cones Thin Pre+zels Mayonnaise. Pickles. E+c. PHONE NO 3-I6I3 MAPLE SHADE NEW JERSEY E. C. WORRELL, INC. ALBERT E. MELLOR. JR., Presidenf Plumbing-Hea'ring00il Burners-Pumps MEMBER lelu'rty eonfmtlars ASSOCIAY ION 0 a 4unmmou GUARANIH $ x coumv - 9 NEW JERSEY BElmon'l' 5-0030 II5 EaS'I' Third S+ree1' 5-0529 5-3776 MOORESTOWN MOORESTOWN NEWS, INC. Publisher of News Chronicle Member of NATIONAL AND NEW JERSEY PRESS ASSOCIATION 226 Chesfer Ave. Phone BE 5-2500 JOHNSON'S IN MOORESTOWN Offer You a Comple+e Deparfmenf for Men and Boys Popular Prices Leading Makes You Ge+ More a+ a Johnson S+ore MOORESTOWN HADDONFIELD MEDFORD BE 5-4300 HA 9-3940 OLive 4-4370 JOHN SEXTON 8: C0. The Nafional Chain Wholesale Grocers P.O. Box 508 PHILADELPHIAl PENNSYLVANIA NO 3-39l4 Top Soil-Fill Dirf JAMES J. KANE Excava+ing Con+rac+or Trac+ors and Dump Trucks for Hire 426 So. Forklanding Rd. Sand-S+one-Gravel MAPLE SHADE. NEW JERSEY MR. JOHN Hairsfyling 39 W. Main S+ree+ MOORESTOWN. N. J. BElmon+ 5-27l2 MILT'S CAMERA CORNER SI NCLAIR SERVICE Pho+ogEaphicdSupplies eCOI' 5 Phone BE 5-l630 7 Kings Highway Easi' 62 E. Main Sfreef HADDONFIELD. NEW JERSEY HA 9-9559 MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY IIO Easi' Main Sf. MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY BE 5-I367 Au+o Accessories JOHNNY'S AUTO SUPPLIES Congra+uIa+ions "The Friendly S+ore" +0 '223 E. Main 51'. HANK MAPLE SHADE. N. J. Open Evenings '+il 9 Sundays '1'" 3 NO 2-2l85 Cu+ Flowers Floral Designs Seeds Landscaping R. C. GALE Floris+ 38 Sou+h Forklancling Road MAPLE SHADE. NEW JERSEY Phone NORMANDY 34653 Weddings. Corsages Funeral Designs CUTLER AGENCY ARTHUR N. CUTLER Insurance - ReaHors I04 Easf Main S'treef Phone No 2-'I6I6 MAPLE SHADE NEW JERSEY MILLSIDE FARM HO l-9739 RIVERSIDEl N. J. 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 SOCHETY MOORESTOWN HIGH SCHOOL WARWICK FASHIONS Sfiles and Park Avenues MAPLE SHADE. NEW JERSEY Congratulations to the 1958 Graduating Class Compliments of +he RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA MOORESTOWN ENGINEERING PLANT 5k 53 J g X, 3: R 5 t ? $5 6x I Y K 3Q X$ 9 f ::7"1:, v w , g V ryw W Km K x C S N VI: :x K M $ X I It's A "RA VIKIO-BUIH'" HOME Quality Construction - Custom Features Lake View Homes Brook View Glen View Mt. Holly, N" J. 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