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

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Swalm Fdbffvffvnffuff v44f14f'1i5fff1ffW Q1 sf Q, Qi 1,4 .3 ,Q Q1 53 3 ti 4 Q? 553 32? nw EE 5 5 Kaard af Education Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Joan Shepherd William Allen Robert Corson Shirley Frey Dermot Dollar Edward Cooper Charles Prizer Dean Bair Alden Hodgen Sec reta ry l Mrs. Marion L. LeConey Superintendent ef Seneels' Carl W. Hassel A.B., Taylor University M.A., Ball State Teachers College Ed.D., Syracuse University Our senior high school bears the nickname "Quak- ers". Who were the Quakers . . . these people who have left a lasting mark on Moorestown and our school? The Quakers historically have stood for many things . . . freedom, opportunity for all . . . universal ed- ucation. Over the years, they have been much con- cerned in promoting the belief that a man ought to be iudged on the basis of his own merits . . . and not on the basis of race, creed or color. Today, the barriers that for generations have separated man from his fellow man are coming down all over our land. As you move out to new and expanded areas of responsibility, may the example set by the Quakers of old guide each of you toward lives of useful service both to God and your fellow men, free from the bonds of prejudice and hatred. M6 M Superintendent of Schools Principal Carl F. Hensinger B.A., M.A., Lehigh University Since the theme of this yearbook is the Quaker heritage of Moorestown, we are reminded that we have been observing the Tercentenary of the State of New Jersey. lt is our hope that you have now become well acquainted with the rich heritage of your community and your state. We hope that you will find real happiness and success in all you do and also that you will do your very best to pro- vide for succeeding generations opportunities which are even 'better than those which have been your legacy from the generations which preceded you. asain Assistant Princzjmzl Louise McCullough Bechtel A.B., Oberlin College M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University Sfzssutivs Assistant Margaret M. Binker B.S., Beaver College M.Ed., Temple University 0fWce Sevretaries A familiar sight every morning: Mrs. Carlson, Sue Myles, Miss Bobb. Office routine: Announcements www "v--. Absentee slips . . . and iust plain work Kvurses of Stud!! MARGARET M. JACKSON A.B., Penn College: M.A.L.S., Wesley- an University: English: Chairman of English Department NANCY B. BLOMQU IST B.A., Keuka College: English: Junior Class Advisor ELSIE MAE CLARK B. A,, Lebanon Valley College: M.A., New York University: English: English Expression: Chairman of Assembly Pro- grams I4 ROBERT J. BARRALL A.B., Wilkes College: English: World Cultures: World Cultures 4Proiect MAXINE B. BATES B.A., Glassboro State College: English World Cultures: Biology "Gentlemen prefer Englishf' . . . with Mrs. Hall. One to one ratio Writing is creating. Listening is thinking. A teacher is inspiration. THOMAS C. GOLDSCHMI DT A.B., Villanova University: Englishp English Expression: Nutshell Magazine DORIS M. HALL B.A., American University: English: English Expression: Senior Class Ad- visor MICHAEL MADDOCK B.S., Mansfield State College: M. Ed., English, Pennsylvania State University: Englishp English Expression, Dramatic Arts: Junior Play: Senior play W LOIS MORRIS Fiifia A. B., Wheaton College: Englishg Year- book A GAY D. WELLS A.B., Dickinson Collegep Englishp Jun- ior Class Advisorf Junior Play I5 emphasizes self-expression. The unfolding of an emotion. 0 1 'nv -I X ' '-., JI. iw. h is aaa? f 3 -4.5"-.'::,-4, E X Q--' 'fgzlig 5 .A -K 55321 -- Same time, same place, same - -'-HH ' station . . . L-C' "Et tu Brute" l , RUTH E. BUMP JEANNETTE M. JONES MRS. ROSSELL B.A., Douglas College, B.S. in L.S., A.B., Hood College: M.S. in L.S., Drex- library Secretary Columbia University, M.S., in L.S., el Institute, Librarian, Library Assist- Columbia University: Library Coordina- ants tor, Library Council I6 Dramatic Arts, a new course this year, PAULINE G. NILES BLANCHE E. BENDER B-5-, 5l0OmSburg State Ccllegeg Uni- A.B., Temple Universityg French versity of Madrid Summer lnstitutep Spanishp Chairman of Language De- partment "Voile la Place CIicl1yl" HELENE GOLDMAN B.A., Smith Collegep French: Senior Class Advisory French Club PATRICIA ANN KEARNEY A.B., lmmaculata Collegef M.S., Uni- versity of Pennsylvania: Latinp English: Latin Club MARJORIE V. SMILEY A.B., University of North Dakota: Span- ishf Spanish American Book Club: Student Exchange I7 MARGARET CRISPIN B.S. in Ed., Temple University: Typ- ing: Office Practice: Business Co- ordinator: Student Secretaries: Future Teachers of America NORMAN S. STEINMEYER B.S., Drexel Institute: M.A., New York University: Business Education Ml LDRED H. STOHNER B.S. in Ed., Trenton State College: Stenography: Secretarial Training: Typ- ing: Collector of Student Funds I8 MILDRED H. COX PEARL B. KING B.C.S. in Ed., Rider College, Dis- The Taylor School: Bookkeeping: Con- tributive Education: Salesmanship: Bus- Svmer Education iness Mathematics: Work Program u 5 I I1 6' 5 5 "Hmm-What page was I on?" fb DNN Q NQN Secretarial trainers and trainees ll L' ll I 0 I1 Left to Right: J. Young, J. Bratton, P. Moos, J. Parker, J. Hooker, W. Chinn, B. McCafferly, T. Koos, R. Paxton, C. Ur- ban, E. Shockley, C. Lott, M.J. Perla, G. Yohnnson, B. Hertline, V. Zorn, F. Passey, R. Sweeten, P. Leader. Bill Hertline at Lenola Sinclair Station. Mary Jo Perla at Wanamakers Department Store. Chuck Urban at WoIf'5 Grocery Store, Fred Passey and Cary Lott at Burlington County Trust, Moprestown. I9 g ' T L ' Yffifili 'Kk.., i QI: K fW iiP4?i -S -. ' w , ei A seq X ,NS we - .- : as .V eic: ci 1 MARK E. SETZER GEORGE C. BOEHMLER ,I if 1 -- B.S., Pennsylvania State University: B.S., West Chester State College: M.S,, ' , - M.A., Lehigh University: Physics: Alge- Villanova University: Chemistry: Plane t rllfjfg bra: Chainnan of Science Department Geomeifyi Yeal'b00k and Nutshell BUS- JL 'rf-' ' Y fl, iness Advisor ., ,,..- -ezs Q elif C t,,: ,A ll A ..t.. ' Eg A chemical Christmas tree 0. DORIS K. FERRY PC- B.S., M.Ed., St. Lawrence University: Chemlslry 'Watch out or you'll end up wearing it!" I'l The sophomore land of discovery: Biology 20 l L' . Physics Whiz .', 2- -Xi , 4 xi X., lm: llllllll 'nfyki Nw? X' SCO J'7'f' 3 tw r fi X Yu , in pt. CORNELIUS JOSEPH 0'DONNELL B.S., East Stroudsburg State College: Biology: Audio-Visual Aids Director: J. V. Baseball Coach One essential component: a lab partner. 4 WILLIAM G. THOMAS B.S., Villanova University: Chemistry ERWIN TSCHEBULL B.A., Temple University: M. Ed., Rut- gers University: Biology: Bowling: Camera Club: Student Concertgoers Chemistry: One of the senior privileges. 2I STEWART J. BARTHOLD B.S., Lebanon Valley Collegef M. Ed., Temple University: Mathematics: Chair- man of Mathematics Department: Athletic Director GEORGE SHUBIC B.S., Mansfield State Collegep Algebra: Biologyf Assistant Basketball Coach STEPHEN T. SMITH A.B., Brown University: A.M.T., Harvard University: Algebrap Math IV: Head Cross Country Coach: Head Indoor Track Coach: Assistant Spring Track Coach 22 DOROTHY K. HEDGER WILLIAM KLANSEK B.S., Pennsylvania State University: B.S,, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy: Plane Geometryf Algebra Plane Geometryp Stage Hanclsg As- sistant Football Coach S Mrs. Hedger-for-a-day "Profiles in Courage" Geometry class requires Camong other thingsj eyes in back of your head! WI ll History is facts enlivened by the dynamic personality of Mr. Rizos. Moonlighting: English teacher, Social Studies teacher. WINIFRED THOMPSON B.A., Douglass College: M.A., Columbia University: American History: Student Council Advisor: Junior Red Cross Advisor KATHRYN R. SWALM A.B., Lebanon Valley College: M.A., University of Pennsylvania: American History: Chairman of Social Studies Department: Host and Hostess Service "You can't be seriousl" l WILLIAM RIZOS B.A., Muhlenberg College: M.Ed., Tem- ple University: American History: Chess Club ESTER ADELAIDE JERALD B.S., Mansfield State College: B.S., Penn. State: M.S., Cornell University: American History: World Cultures: Student Council: Student Store RICHARD A. LORING B.S., M.S., West Virginia University: American History: Assistant Football Coach: Faculty Advisory Committee '23 GEORGE W, MASTERS B.S., Lock Haven State College: Phys- ical Education: Health: Head Football Coach W. GROVER WEARSHING B.S., Temple University: Physical Ed- ucation: Health: Baseball Coach CHARLES F. ARMSTRONG B.S., Trenton State College: Driver Ed- ucation: Basketball Coach 24 PHYLLIS K. LEHMAN B.S., Trenton State College: Physical Education: Health: Hockey Coach: La- crosse Coach JOAN SMITH B. A., Trenton State College: Physical Education: Health: Basketball Coach: Senior Class Advisor: Cheerleader Ad- visor: Pep Club Advisor uHeIpn Balance and grace Wallflower "Then, you stop the carl" Ht lc LAWRENCE L. DIEHL B.S., in Ed., California State Teachers College: Industrial Arts Coordinator lt takes a steady hand and a steady eye. HARRY L. RILEY University of Pennsylvania: Industrial Arts Pre-Engineering Mechanical Drawing ll 5 V4 The finished product f I' If f I 5 - H K3 George Yohnnson: An artist in wood C L ,Q "1 s-. 5 25 MARGARETTA F. CHEGWIDDEN Beaver College: Philadelphia Museum College of Art: Temple University: Art Coordinator EQ. VIRGINIA HARTLE B.F.A., Philadelphia Museum College of Art: Art teacher in Mrs. Chegwid- tl den's absence N 'N-Swann A free home demonstration 'GN u 5 1 c The business of being a homemaker. JOSEPH JENNINGS 26 B.S., M.Ed., Temple University: ln- strumental Music: Band: Orchestra: Dance Band Concentration BLANCHE W. COFFEE B.S., Pennsylvania State University: Home Economics: Future Homemakers of America JANE M. STETLER B.S., West Chester State Teachers Col- lege: Vocal Music: Choir: Mixed Chor- us: Girls Glee Club: Boys Glee Club: Ensemble Quidauce CLAIRE DUNNE DEARING B.A., Beaver Collegep M.Ed., Rutgers University: Guidance Counselor KENNETH C. MERRILL B.S., Bloomsburg State Collegep M.Ed., Temple Universityg Guidance Coordinator CHARLES A. MacDO.NALD SECRETARIES: Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Ikeda B.S., Indiana State College: Guidance Counselor 27 Q .4 .inv People , , ,Q ' N5 v E411 l5'ch111d if ff ' f Ap' f ref ,Wlf Scenes lf llfx ff: ' . ll' fif' g 'l lrihuf 532' 7 M 14,1 the fB ', l"""4 V1 v. I, 4 :X ' it ' l'!":f!1'I :Nl , 4 .1-"l 4 Z , 4:5-.ax NURSE, Mrs. Damell CUSTODIANS: Arthur Hearn, Florence Johnson, Howard Krechmann, Herbert Wursf, George Garuey CAFETERIA STAFF: Margaret Meier, Adele Murphy, Adelaide Lloyd, Beity Glenn, Myrtle Mann, Ruth Rodan, Edith Pryoh, Doris Daley 28 BUS DRIVERS: Mr. Wilson, Mr. Barthold, Mr. Wiltshire, Mr. MacDonald Mr. Allison flfffffff ."'e -' - "'1g' -5 A.- N 6, - . xl 1 1 X . l 5- i 3 h x ig., J . , 'l I4 W' . jgjll, I .fs k I-Y we J .14 Z. .V ,V,k L M,'sxf if . , W. f, ',e X N f Mx- ' A 4' -X -- 'ls - !":-" ' ff' . 7" J' T, 3 xg? 11,1 .X 1 V. x , , , -, .1 i - s. 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E .Vx , K, V, A iv A 1, V V ii .. ik LV i ' 1 f -5211 , 1 5 :ni I L i Q - A f 1 i - - l , - ' '.-4. 15 - - -- ' W - 5:1 - - , ' vm' A xii 1? ,I K gy L,-k x F --iyh i I 3: vx A -- N A Ev 17 qffg I .. 'I ..h' ri 1 K Qi g. V W My J if K K L,.: 5 . I QL -A , lm wwe Hays State First Row: A. Grosvenor, B. Bickley, E. Petrillo, C. Dunn. Second Row: W. Van Citters, E. Stark, P. Bragg, J. Osterling. Boys State and Girls State, both sponsored by the American Le- gion, and Girls Citizenship ln- stitute, sponsored by the New Jersey Federation of Women's Clubs, are week-long conferences held at Rutgers University and Douglass College in June. The basic idea of the conferences is that an informed citizen is an ef- fective one. Delegates are made better aware of the functions and purposes of our state government. The alternates, although they did not actually attend, are pre- sumed to have been ready to rush to New Brunswick to take over in case a delegate would be un- able to carry on his duties. Girls' State Zifzkenslziv Institute 30 D. Roberts, L. Lieberman, D. Panich, N. Read junior kofariaus First row: A. Grosvenor, J. Leppman, G. Paulsen, U. Talvet. Second row: C. Dunn, J. Call, T. Alspach The Junior Rotarians and Jun- ior Y's Men represent the school at meetings of these two of the many service clubs which do much for the local welfare. Each student attends weekly luncheon meetings for a month. The rep- resentatives meet local leaders in various fields and learn about the work of the clubs. juuivr 1119 ,Aden QD, INTIQNATIOFQAL 1 5 s l First row: E. Petrillo, W. VanCiHers, C. Umberger, R. Helweg, J. Jordan. Second row: N. VonCelIis, J. Osterling, J. Shepherd 3l ZLAIZ. Piyrim Dorothy Roberts, this year's D.A.R. Pilgrim, was nominated by her class- mates and selected by the faculty as the Senior Class's most outstanding citizen. The D.A.R. Pilgrim competes for statewide honors and represents the school at a convention in Trenton, where she has the opportunity to see the state government in action. .OJVLA Linda Baith and Carolyn Clark rep- resented Moorestown Senior High School this year in the National Office Management Association. Delegates from a large number of schools meet monthly to increase their acquaint- ance with the business world. Busi- nesses and industries in the area co- operate with the program by letting students see and hear about their operations. ,4 Ward,4bouf,4cfivitics . . . Activities often mean ninth-period classes, and ninth-period classes often mean . . . you guessed itl ,4 Happellzz Hlwir First Row: S. Alexander, M. Demuth, S. Duffner, L. Bubeck, J. Morrison, E. Hitchner, C. Mulford, E. Plaskef, J. Bubeck, J. Alexander, L. Bragg. Second Rowzl S. Bell, S. Gillespy, S. Ford, B. Hopkins, J. Freudenberg, L. Hickey, J. Koch, N. Read, J. Myers, D. Betzenclahl, J. Cole, R. Jones. Third Row: P. Brooks, R. Walker, J. Wolf, J. Johnson, R. Montijo, W. Tapp, R. Fishback, T. Hadden, W. Halligan, P. Dudley, C. Umberger. Fourth Row: D. Stokes, W. VanCitters, R. Bozarth, G. Peters, J. Osterling, W. Bickley, G. Paulsen, T. Alspach, D. Trice, L. Hagan, G. Long, M. Goldstrom, D. Gitomer. probationary Khair "Warm up on 'ne-e-e"' 0Mcers and Sccillrlr fenders First Row: M. Fritz, A. Coan, C. Crocker, M. Conway, C. Haines, J. Deaterly, M. Shepherd. Second Row: C. Hansle, K. Fowler, P. Gallo, J. Carlin, B. Allison, K. Jackson, B. Wolgamot, V. Taylor, D. Doran, J. Farrow, S. Stokes. Third Row: J. VanCitters, D. Masters, N. Olcott, W. Brown, R. Lichtenberg, W. Crawford, J. Dinsmore, C. Moscatello, N. Griffith, K. Cunningham, K. Garner. First Row: J. Morrison, J. Myers, N. Read, C. Umberger. Second Row S. Bell, D. Stokes, W. VanCitters, G. Paulsen, L. Bubeck. 33 ,Mzlfcd Kharus First Row: B. Maines, K. Jackson, R. Fredricks, D. Panich, M. Patterson, P. Hurst, M. Clarke, M. Conway, D. Still, C. Haines, D. Johnson, D. Yancey, P. Gallo, V. Taylor, S. Ellis, B. Wolgamot, J. Deaterly, A. Bucher, B. Bottomley, S. Chong, D. Roberts. Second Row: D. Cole, L. Melcer, M. Dollar, M. Fritz, L. Lang, E. Trainer, M. Demuth, K. Fowler, J. Freudenburg, S. Bell, B. Hopkins, M. Demuth, S. Duffner, L. Bubeck, R. Jones, C. Shockey, J. Cole, C. Moss, L. Bragg, S. Given, J. Pharo, D. Maines, S. Myles. Third Row: S. Ford, M. Shepherd, E. Walker, D. Roszek, K. Yundt, L. Bendel, B. Price, L. Andrasko, A. Coan, C. Crocker, B. Allison, J. Koch, A. Haynes, L. Shockey, A. Parrish, D. Doran, S. Stokes, J. Theide, P. Kamuf. Fourth Row: G. Woodward, A. Fishman, R. Walker, J. Dinsmore, A. Hawkins, E. Bridge, L. Hagan, J. Wolf, R. Montiio, W. Halligan, C. Umberger, M. Goldstrom, R. Lockhart, D. Gitomer, J. Leppman, P. Dudley, B. Hitchner, N. Read, M. Coleman. Fifth Row: M. Steward, T. Bernhardt, J. Lum, D. Stokes, W. VanCitters, R. Bozarth, N. Tapp, T. Clendining, B. Bickley, P. Brooks, G. Peters, P. Berry, G. Long, W. Brown, R. Fritz, R. Lichtenberg, D. Betzendahl, R. Seebe. Sixth Row: A. Fulleman, B. Needs, D. Masters, E. Ahlberg, J. Geidel, N. Olcott, R. Fisher, B. Summer, B. Crawford, R. Sorr, P. Corley, D. Borneman, K. Garner, N. Griffith, R. Taubel, K. Cunningham, C. Moscatello, E. Parsons, J. Anderson. Seventh Row: J. VanCitters, T. Schmit, R. Burns, H. Pew, R. Lynch,'T. Hadden, R. Hare, T. Ewell, B. Williams, R. Smithson, G. Makuka, J. Waters, B. Kohlman. 51456111616 First Row: S. Bell, S. Gillespy, L. Hickey, J. Morrison, N. Read, J. Koch, D. Betzendahl, J. Bubeck, S. Alexander. Second Row: D. Stokes, W. VanCitters, J. Johnson, W. TBPPI M. Goldstrom, C. Umberger, D. Gitomer. 34 Male Glen' 61116 First Row: R. Montiio, A. Fishman, H. Pew, J. Wolf, N. Olcott, W. Brown, C. Moscatello, R. Dudley, R. Lichtenberg, J. Leppman, W. Hallagan, R. Lockhart, R. Taubel. Second Row: R. Bozarth, D. Stokes, R. Burns, E. Ahlberg, D. Masters, G. Makuka, R. Walker, J. Dinsmore, W. Tapp, N. Griffith, M. Goldstrom, D. Gitomer, F. Borders, C. Umberger. Third Row: R. Sorr, P. Brooks, E. Bridge, R. Hare, T. Hadden, L. Hagen, J. Schmit, J. Van- Citters, G. Peters, G. Long, K. Garner, D. Trice, W. Brickley, G, Paulsen, J. Osterling, R. Perry. Girls' 5166 gfllb , Y, v ,, i First Row: M. Patterson, C. Cormack, K. Walker, C. Crocker, A. Coan, L. Andrasko, M. Clark, P. Bragg, E. Schiffer, T. Styles, D. Marshall, L. Lang, C. Lyons, S. McCollum, L. Melcer, E. Williams, J. Deaterly, B. Wolgamont, N. Brown, S. Gibbon, J. Fisher. Second Row: D. Klumpp, P. Herset, S. Ziehler, N. Wilson, V. White, B. Hopkins, B. Wiest, A. Mason, S. Ellis, M. Shepherd, N. Simis, D. Wilson, L. Bendel, J. Bubeck, S. Duffner, P. Lott, E. Shockley, N. Gamble, A. Bucher, B. Maines, L. Melcer, S. Bell, V. Green, S. Carcanague. Third Row: K. Maricich, K. Keller, S. Moorer, D. Panich, K. McNeil, J. Sauselein, M. Fritz, S. Ford, L. McCoy, C. Mulford, S. Teale, J. Gehr, B. Anderson, E. Wenof, D. Whitaker, D. Page, K. Holbrook, J. Freudenberg, S. Schilling, P. Strainic, B. Bottomley, Y. Bloom, A. Parrish, C. Watson, N. Smith, D. Kay, J. Alexander. Fourth Row: A. Alexander, S. Murry, B. Walker, V. Walowy, C. Dill, S. Buelher, J. Morrison, E. Paskow, C. Tierney, P. Madden, J. Gardine, C. James, J. Oliver, P. Gallo, C. Gimbel, S. Schnitzius M. Parks, S. Ellis, L. Teague, H. Develin, M. Webb, S. Gebbie, R. Trice, J. Hartig, R. Goodnow, L. Bragg, J. Bubeck. Fifth Row: J. Carlin, R. Field, C. Haines, K. Derry, M. Conway, G. Gehr, R. Fredericks, M. Dollar, L. Walters, N. Wilson, G. Yohnson, M. Wesolowski, D. Miller, K. Jackson, M. Demuth. M. Demuth, A. VonCellis, K. Kristie, J. Collins, S. Chong, S. Henry, S. Smith, P. Kamuf, J. Koch, D. Betzendahl, J. McCafferty. Sixth Row: K. Aiello, L. Luciotti, D. Blackburn, C. Haynes, B. Price, K. Yundt, B. Vanlderstine, S. Schultz, D. Zoerner, A. Kraft, L. Hickey, S. Parkinson, E. Plaskett, D. Johnson, M. Coleman, D. Yancey, P. Grimes, A. Haynes, R. Jones, J. Cole, V. Taylor, D. Roberts, T. DellaRatta, P. Smith, D. Maines, B. Develin, V. Wilson, S. Myles, C. King, S. French. Seventh Row: C. Field, B. Eboch, K. Tank, K. Swindel, C. Dykes, C. Clark, G. Bush, S. Alexander, J. Kirkpatrick, M. Klemm, S. Fox, B. Alison, A. Kinsey, C. Moss, N. Pringle, G. Huber, P. Pickett, D. Blackburn, B. Zanger, N. Smalbach. 35 ffauared ,flflusicizms SOUTH JERSEY BAND AND ORCHESTRA: First Row: K. Garner, K. Yundt, M. Demuih, S. Alexander, B. Plasket, P. Dudley. Second Row: M. Kinsey, L. Hickey, M. Demuih, G. Peters, J. Benner, D. Kerr. ALL STATE BAND AND ORCHESTRA: B. Plasker, G. Peters, S. Alexander, M. Demuth. ALL STATE CHORUS: J. Bubeck, S. Gillespy. 36 SOUTH JERSEY CHORUS: Seated: T. Mulford. Firsf Row: N. Read, J. Myers, J. Morrison, L. Hickey, J. Koch. Second Row: W. Bickley, W. VanCit1ers, M. Goldstrom. ALL EASTERN BAND AND ORCHESTRA: S. Alexander, T. Alspach. Orchrfstra Piano: R. Lichfenberg, B. Basile. Violins: S. Alexander, M. Kinsey, D. Kerr, D. Johnson, S. Gillespy, R. Jones, C. Haynes, L Pehibone, G. Gehr, E. Cameron, K. Derry, N. Sheppard. Drums: L. Bragg, E. Werber. Violas: M. Coleman, R. Fredricks, B. Plasket. Oboes: K. Jackson, M. Demuth. Clarinets: D. Derry, L. Hickey, D. Younkin. Flute: K. Carson. Horns: G. Peiers, L. Haines, J. Gardiner. Saxophone: R. Felton. Bass Clarinet: D. Panich. Trumpets: D. Kinsey, K. Garner, B. Eisenstat. Trombones: J. Benner, S Heft, C. Dunn. Tuba: T. Alspach. Bassoons: D. Doran, R. Palmer. Cellos: M. Demuth, A. Bucher, P. Dudley, K. Yundl, J. VanCif1ers, D. Gitomer, E. Gratzon, N. Gamble. Basses: J. Alexander, B. Allison, W. Brown. ,Mn Jennings Band and Orchestra Hauncil THE INTELLECTUAL GROUP: Firsf Row: S. Alexander, D. Younkin, K. Carson, C. Dunn. Second,Row: J. Gardiner, B. Eisenstat. 37 Baud Clarinets: D. Derry, L. Hickey, D. Younkin, J. Morrison, M. Shepherd, J. Johnson, P. Dudley, D. Cole, J. Wilson, C. Boenitsch, M. Patterson. Drums K. Olcott, W. Halligan, J. Whitman, E. Werber, S. Graves. Flutes: K. Carson, J. Myers, C. Bounds, L. Quackenbush. Oboes: K. Jackson, M. Demuth Horns: G. Peters, J. Gardiner, S. Berry. Bassoons: D. Doran, R. Palmer. Trumpets: D. Kinsey, R. Sweeney, S. Bender, K. Garner, B. Eisenstat, J. Koch R. Monroe, N. Griffith. Tubes: J. Ansell, J. Hill, T. Alspach. Bass Clarinet: K. Hodgen. Baritones: W. Brown, J. Leppman, C. Umberger. Saxophones R. Felton, J. Sauselein, K. MacNeill, S. Duffner. Trombones: D. Welch, D. Gitomer, G. Long, J. Benner, S. Heft, C. Dunn. Hobr Guard C. Maloney, P. Hart, E. Trainer, K. Maricich, V. Walowy, P. French, E. Wenof, L. Beard. 38 ,Majorcttcs K. Black, D. Blackburn, L. Bubeck, B. Verrahi, C. Woodland, J. Gardner, M. Howard, S. Moorer. Y ' I I . I, v v , 'f','0'I'o"l'o- . . "'-7'!Nrlf:!liyJ4v '-' I MII: Saw Cufirkr , ,,V.w"l Drum ,Majarcffc B 'I ' 4m 1 A, BETSY WILLIAMS .7 QQ .. wh. 175:- kvhii X YQ I Ss X S " 'S ,rm X , W fn vw 153123, in ' S- .2 N 5 xx - x X gig -- ,Mascot SANDY MELCER LINDA MELCER 4 ff!" .gin .In pm gn .1 .5 Qu" ug -I,.j-93. X',:: . 'f - .2. l'l '-if! 'fff -- Ii! , , .-'LII QI . ., . 3 ,., . -v.n...... ....'.1.'g'.. Hrass Hhair First Row: J. Gardiner, L. Bragg. Second Row: D. Kinsey, K. Garner, B. Eisenstat, S. Heft, C. Dunn, J. Benner. Third Row: C. Umberger, J. Leppman. W "All right Who swntched my music? Dance Hand Hey up there! You dropped your horn." First Row: M. Shepherd, L. Hickey, J. Sauseleln G Makuka Piano R Luchten berg. Second Row: E. Werber, S. Heft J Benner J Little Third Row R Monroe, K. Garner, S. Bender, B. Allison "You think the choir stole will go with that iacket? I i N 3 E I Z E E 5 E E E 1 The Class of '65 Presents 'Geretlelezele Prefer l6'le11dee " A book by Anita Loos Dramatized by Kristin Sorgel Kas! --CaroI Anderson Lorelei Lee .........,....,,... , ,......,......... Henry Spoffard, IIl..,-,--. Dorothy ..,.,.....,,.. Mr. Jeremiah Lee ....... Sam .,.....L.,........,.,- Mrs. Spoffard ...... Miss Chapman ,,...,.. Aunt Dolly .........,....,.. Mr. Broussard, Sr Mr. Broussard, Jr Chambermaid ..... First Steward ........... Second Steward ......... Bert .........,,.......,...... Captain .,..................,,.w.. Mrs. Van Osborne .....,... Sylvia ..,..........,........,.. Mrs. Van Austin .....,... ,-.-.,.,.Jim Jordan -.----.-.-CaroI King -.--.Jim O'Connor .George Schiffer -,s,-,,,.Sally Gillespy ------c.Lynne Cooper c.,...,--.Nancy Smith ----.,-,-Bruce Stillman ,-..---,-.John Leppman Suzanne Zimmer ----,.--Chris Umberger --.-----.Marty Rogers -----s--Rick Hansen ------George Long -,,--.,--Lisa Brooks -------Jacquie Kenuk ,--,Evelyn Trainer ----,Rosalie Seebe Margaret .,,.....,.. . .......... L. ............... . Porter ....,................,.........,,.......,.............. Ed Petrillo Extras: Pat Coffee, Pam Smith, Sallye Gerhardt, Suzanne Fox, Kathleen Carson, Sherry Ellis, Anita Mason, Karin Swindell, Kristine Moss, Margaret Allen, Susan Myles, Jeanette Butler, Marlene Mid- dleton, Judy Cole, Jeffery Andrews, John Schmidt, Fred Hasenzahl, Bill Bendel, Ed Clark. Director ...,.........................,.. . .............. Mr. Maddock Student Director ......... ....,.... R oss Felton Student Producer ........,, ............... S usan Knoll Stage Manager .................... .,.. ........ W i Iliam Klansek Student Stage Manager ........ - ....... V. Randy Wilson Set Builder ........................ ......... L awrence Diehl Lighting Director .................. ......,... K enneth Olcott Costume Director ........... , ............. ----CIaudina Leucl 42 i The Class of 66 presents: E716 ,Admirablc Hrichfau B J M Barrie y . . Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French DlreCf0r -. .-.. ............ ..--..-,. ...,.... Miss Gay Wells Assistant Director ....... Mr. Michael Maddock Student Director .,....... Morton Goldstrom Student Producer ........,,., Emily Pagkow Gas! Crichton ............ ............. ..... T i m O'Conner Ernest Woolley ..... John Treherne ...,. Lord Loam ................ Lord Brocklehurst ........ Tompsett ........... - .,...... Lady Mary Lasenby ........ .....,. Lady Agatha Lasenby ......... ...... Leon Hagen Joe Wolf Mike Condax .... Robert Lockhart Frank Borders Diane Betzendahl ----- Anne Brooks Lady Brocklehurst ....... .. .............. Toni Della Ratta Fisher ....................... Linda McCoy M. Fleury ...... ................ ..... B o b Winner Stable Boy ...... ----- .............,..... Bob Burns First Page .......... ---H ..... Jim Johnson Second Page .................. ...... R ichard Pearson Tweeny ---- .................... .... . -- Lady Catherine Lasenby -. .... Sally Spohn ---------------- Diane Roberts Mr. Rolleston .................................... Bob Ellender Thomas ................... Naval Officer .......... John ., ................. - ........ - ....... --- Eric Werber --------- Frank Borders - ....... Steve Heft Mrs. Perkins ....... ......................... K athe Keller Miss Simmons ....... ...... - ---- ....... ---- Pat Madden Mlle. Jeanne ...... ---- ............... Linda Monroe Gladys ....... - .......... - ..... - ....... Valerie Green All men are created equal . . . or are they? Ladies Catherine and Agatha Stranded! "Your Bucket??" Now what was the title off the play . . .?" Wear your rubbers! Can't you see it's raining?" "He'5 in Nirvana urzivr Maw '7 Jlflimzif 12 Marseilles "You want my ticket, huh?" "Tu me bouleverses!" "And in ihis corner L "Are we ever gonna dance . . . ?" Music fo dance by , . . Sno-queen and friend. 611155 vf I 966 no-ball 'And to think I only met him five minutes ago!" "Where's Santa Claus, Terry?" The Sno-ball Frug Finesse "Rah, rah seniors!" 'Chargelu "Hey, Mr. Jennings has the balll Mexican Szcharzge Pragram First Row: L. Cooper, Lenica Valle, K. Carson, lrma Mondragon. Second Row: Arturo Deloya, C. Umberger. Entertaining a tennis player . . . en espanol. A firsthand knowledge of American education . . Learning about revered American customs. Three Moorestown students spent several weeks in Mexico in the summer of l964, living with Mexican families and becoming thorough- ly acquainted with the Mexican culture which lies next door to us and yet seems so for- eign. Lynne Cooper and Kathleen Carson lived in Mexico City and Chris Umberger stayed in nearby Pachuca. During December and Jan- uary, the Mexican girls with whom Lynne and Kathy stayed returned the visit. Irma Mond- ragon stayed with Kathy, and Lenica Valle stayed with Lynne. Because of unforeseen circumstances, Chris's exchange was unable to come, and Arturo Deloya from Acapulco came in his place. 49 Organizafians Student Hound! OfWccrs President: Tom Alspach Secretary: Beth Hitchner Treasurer: Jack McGann Founded in 1927, the Student Council is the legislative branch 'of Moorestown's stu- dent government. Its decisions are enforced by the Monitor Club and tried by the Student Court. Student Council has sponsored many noteworthy activities this year, such as the Tennis Players Program, the StudentJFaculty basketball game, the student tutoring pro- gram, and other lesser accomplishments too numerous to mention. These activities are proof of the Council's respected influence in student life. tudmf Eaurzcil 7st Row: L. Cooper, J. Osterling, P. Kamuf, T. Alspach, J. McGann, B. Hitchner, A. Grosvenor, D. Panich. 2nd Row, C. Dunn, K. Carson, G Schiffer, D. Wood, K. Williams, R. Sweeney, H. Mayer, S. Vaughan, P. Smith, C. Austermuhl. 3rd Row: P. Madden, G. Rake, M. Webb, B. J Hopkins, L. Hagan, R. Burns, B. Borders, A. Lehrer, R. Gardner, J. Teas, P. Goodnow. 4th Row: N. Read, J. McLaughlin, R. Wilson, W. Mc- Kenzie, N. Quick, S. Hill, P. Clark, C. Haines, V. Taylor, B. Wolgamot. 5th Row: D. Roberts, D, Smith, S. Smith, S. Spohn, D. Younkin R. Fredericks, S. Ellis, T. Bernhardt, W. Needs, J. Little. 6th Row: E. Ahlberg, M. Kinsey, D. Masters, B. Price, A. Coan, B. Basile, D. Betzen dahl, L. Pettibone. 'Heyl Did you hear about this week's Student Store Special?" 6aur1cil,4c!i11ifics CANNED GOODS DRIVE "Think it over, Doug." SLAVE DAY SALE "This tops it," Tom said cannily COUNCIL BULLETIN BOARD V Diane Panich's pride and ioy "Back in YO'-H' cages, Slaves!" Jntsrnatianal Zennis Stars Vllvif Moarcslouflr "Are you ready?" "lt tastes like the "Yes, I like American girls." high-priced spread." From Wednesday, January 13, through Saturday, January 16, Moorestown was host to 48 boys who had participated in the Sunshine Cup Tennis Matches at Miami Beach, Florida. Representing about 30 na- tions, the tennis players visited various high schools from Florida to New Jersey in a two week tour of the East Coast. The trip, sponsored by the People to People Sports Committee, was planned to intro- duce the young ambassadors to "the American way of life." Each boy was the house guest ofa Moores- town High School student, and activities were plan- ned to allow time for the families and guests to be- come well acquainted. Student reaction to the visit was very favorable. Sampling comments included "marvelous experi- ence," "completely worthwhile," "helped us to a better understanding of other cultures." The tennis players also appreciated the chance to meet Ameri- can youths and families, and they responded en- thusiastically to Moorestown's hospitality. "Comprendes?" Cultural exchange at all levels. tudmf Kourt First Row: N. -Read, T. Alspach, W. VanCitters, K. McGeorge, J. Pharo. Second Row: S. Spohn, R. Taubel, G. Peters, B. Hitchner, W. Stout. The MSHS student court is composed of the council president and advisors, class iudges, court recorders, and sergeants-at-arms. Violators of.school rules summoned before the court of the Monitor Club are tried in a democratic manner. ,Monitor 611111 0fHcers N. Read, P. Bragg, J. Call, S. Spohn. Department Heads To the Monitor Club, the executive branch of the student government, falls the responsibility of enforcing the re- gulations of the Council. The club is divided into various departments - Hall Monitors, Bus Monitors, and Assembly Monitors - who serve to insure the ef- ficiency of all school activities. M. Allen, J. Jordan Hall ,flflouifvrs First Row: J. Pew, J. Shepherd, J. Spera, J. O'Connor, U. Talvet, D. Stokes, E. Petrillo, E. little. Second Row: J. Jordan, R. Helweg, E. Stark, W McKown, E. Longbottom, J. Andrews, E. Hedger, M. Rogers, G. Long. Third Row: R. Clatfelter, T. Clendining, R. Thiede, B. Soboleski, R. Holmes, D. Close, J. Hall, A. Hawkins, D. Trice, G. Paulsen. 56 13,115 ,Malfifvrs l First Row: S. Alexander, J. Kenuk, R. Seebe, S. Ellis, J, Sauselin. Second Row: B. Develin, D. Yancey, B. Vanlderstine, R. Allen, E. Trainer, L. Baith. ul 1 lr -1. wm.Hllfl W ill? l'l V --I .X ' , ' 'BQR Assembq ,Monitors First Row: A. Mason, D. Yancey, E. Trainer, S. Ford. Second Row: R. Berry, J. Ham- merschmidf, J. Heaney, R. Bozarth, Che Nutshell ifeoroook Seated: B. Walker, E. Petrillo, J. Leppman. Standing: A. Grosvenor, S. Bender, J. Morrison, L. Cooper, S. Schilling, N. Read, M. Allen lfeoroook 8eHfors Editor-in-chief ,....... ,.,. Courses of Studys... .... .- Seniors ............ ,--,Edward Petrillo ---,.---Betsy Walker .-------,Jeanne Morrison Organizations ......., - e.... -Nancy Read Activities ......... ......... J ohn Leppman Underclassmen .,....... ....... . Sylvia Schilling Boys Sports ........ Girls Sports ......... Art ......... - ......,. Photography ...... Arthur Grosvenor - ..... - ....... Margaret Allen ------Lynne Cooper ------.Steve Bender Literary Adviser ..,.................. Miss Lois Morris Business Adviser ...... Mr. George C. Boehmler Art Adviser ....... Mrs. Margaretta Chegwidden Happy Adviser Happy Staff literary Stag E716 ,Nufshcll Seated: B. Hitchner, P. Silverman, D. Gitomer, C. King, C. Austermuhl, A. Eisenstat, S. Alexander, J. Fowler, V. Green. Standing: G. Long, J. Jordan, W. VanCltters, B. Battagra, J. Leppman, J. Hartig. E716 Stay Editor-in-Chief ....... ........ - ......... ......... J a mes Jordan Manuscript ,Editor ........ ----- - ........... Carole Rae King Art Editors ......... - ...... ........ A lice Eisenstat Betsy Battaglia Editorial Board ............ . ............... - ...... -------- .......... Susan Alexander Carol Austermuhl, John Fowler, David Gitomer, Valerie Green, Joan Hartig, Peggy Kamuf, John Leppman, George Long, Paul Silverman, Wayne Van Citters Business Manager ..,.... - ............... Evelyn Trainer Business Secretaries-. ,..... ............... P eggy Claywell Barbara Van Iderstine Typists .....,.............,.,.. . ............................................. Diane Blackburn Annie Kirkpatrick, Linda Luciotti, Mary Smith, Debbie Wilson Business Adviser ......... - ....... - ............... Mr. George Boehmler Literary Adviser ....... ...... M r. Thomas Goldschmidt 1 "Not good enough for Nutshell Literary .Magazine Business Staff Seated: G. Huber, K. Carson, E. Trainer, G. Taubel, S. Vaughan, S. Gerhardt. Standing: M. Benner, R. Holmes, J. McGann, E. Longbottom, P. Claywell, B. Vanlderstine, C. Bermeo, P. Smith, B. Bickley. Zfypisls An editor's work is never done First Row:' D. Blackburn, D. Wilson, L. Luciotti. Second Row: A. Kirk- patrick, M. Smith. Pep 61116 The Pep Club is the nucleus of our school spirit. The club sponsors buses to all away games and works with the Student Council on the Homecom- ing Parade. Jo-Ann Mazzarelli, Homecoming Queen: Marlene Middleton, Run- ner-up. PEP CLUB OFFICERS President, Gary Rake Vice-President: Toni Della Ratta Secretary: Sharon Ellis Treasurer: Jo-Ann Mazzarelli Game Attendants M. Smith, C. Haynes, S. Ford. M. Fritz, C. Hankele, B. Heisler, M. Coleman, T. VonCellis, A. Haynes.. The Game Attendants proved efficient and courteous service to the spectators at home games. These hard-working girls spend their time selling programs and keeping the band, reserve section, and Pep Club free of "strays". There are sixteen members and the girls are under the direction of Mrs. Hall. Refreshment sellers Local 195 "Hand it over!" "All I have is a five." We Wardens First Row: R. Allen, B. Basile, R. Berry, B. Barrall, H. Pew, J. Peirce, J. Fowler, R. Burns, J. Hammerschmidt, R. Bozarth, R. Kandle, P. Seel, R. Lynch, J. Devenney, J. Graham, R. Morgan. Second Row: R. Reich, A. Fulleman, R. Estel, J. Hill, M. Little, L. Hagan, R. Winner, W. Bendel, R. Johnston, S Ellis, A. Mason, E. Haines, E. Shockley, E. Newlin, J. Hooker, T. Kuhs, C. Harner, K. Shelley, W. Chinn, B. Stillman. Third Row: C. Kachur, D. Borneman A. Goldsmith, J. Schmidt, R. Grunsby, P. Baumann, R. Ellender, J. Dobleman, J. Singletary, R. Massey, R. Johnston, T. Clendining, J. Hall, J. Andrews' R. Mazza, H. Hinshillwood, F. Passey, M. Hahn. H15 51,545 Hrs Wardens By state law, Moorestown Senior High School is required to conduct two fire drills each month. To insure the co-operation of all students, fire wardens are stationed at critical points throughout the school. Heading the wardens are the fire chiefs who are responsible for seeing that every- one is out ofthe building safely and in a minimum amount of time. U 'I X-srmfiil 1--1 ' .lr J. Pew, B. Lippincott 64 Inge flamts' Standing: B. Lippincott, D. Stokes, K. Olcott, J. Fowler, Mr. Klansek. First Row Seated: R. Ansell, J. VanCitters, H. Freshcoln, C. Binder. Second Row Seated: R. Walker, M. Falker, J. Osborn, J. Bender, W. Hallagan. The Stage Hands are a group of dedicated in- The duties of the boys in the Operators Club dividuals whose services are constantly in de- are many and varied. They provide, set up, mand. They are the "behind-the-scenes" men and run the complicated machines involved at assemblies, plays, and Music Festivals. with Visual Aids. Operators Seated: J. Wolf, B. Lippincott, P. Pearson, F. Panhuise, M. Hahn. Standing: C. Albrecht, J. Minter, N. Griffith, J. Mc- Caffrey, R. Walker, D. Stokes, G. Makuka, J. Basile, M. Hailperin, W. Brown. .?u!z1re flamfflrzrzkcrs 0f,41rf1cricrz First Row: K. McGeorge, L. Teague, S. Ellis, J. Gardner, J. Bowers, S. Schilling, D. Roberts, P. Coffee, C. King, K. Mar- icich, M. Shepard, S. Hill. Second Row: J. Smith, S. Chong, D. Betzendahl, D. Panich, M. Dollar, K. Carson, J. Kenuk, N. Schnitizius, P. Smith, L. Brooks, A. Brooks, D. Roberts, S. Reid, M. Park, S. Schnitzius, B. Williams, L. North. Third Row: K. Birk, M. Middleton, A. Lehrer, C. AndrewS. V- Green, J- Hafflgt 5- MUFPLIYI B. WFGST, H- Develin, C- Gimbel, T. Della-Ratta, K. Jackson, P. Kavanaugh, C. Cormack, B- ZBHQGF, K- Williams, D- W001'-lf C- Welsh, B- Vanlder- stine, B. Anderson, A. Parkinson, P. Claywell. Fourth Row: A. Alexander, J. Barth, M. Conway, P. Bragg, P. Mad- den, K. Tierney, D. Whitaker, D. Page, J. Page, E. Wenof, E. Schiffer, K. Holbrook, K. Keller, D. Kay, L. Walters. Fifth Row: D. Miller, K. Moss, A. Kinsey, R. Field, M. Holmes, E. Gratzon, C' Field. L. Zoerner, J. Palmer, D. Klumpp, D. Zoerner, L. Harris, K. Derry. Sixth Row: S. Vilmerding, B. Bottomley, J. Kushel, K. Yundt, P. Strainic, S. Given, S. Ziehl- er, L. Quackenbush, M. Patterson, J. Ollivier, C. Lyons, E. Marks. 7th Row: E. Mercer, B. Bendel, L. Lange, C. Han- kele, J. Parker, S. Fox, K. McNeil, D. Roszek, S. Stokes, N. Nugent, N. Sheppard, P. Lott, D. Yancey. 8th Row: N. Robin- son, E. Koch, D. Rodman, A. Perla, J. Kirkpatrick, P. Hart, K- Aiello, L. Luciotti, L. Fleugge, D. Marshall, K. Tank, K. Swindell. 9th Row: S. Zimmer, R. Seebe, L. McCoy, K. Fowler, J- Collins, M. Donia, J. Blyler, L. Blyler, P. Blexsom, S. Buehler, K. Christie. 10th Row: V. Porter, C. Robertson, M. Lovell. l You think I don't know what l'm doing, huh?" F.H.A. OFFICERS lst Row: K. McGeorge, S. Schilling, V. Green, J. Bowers, M. Shepherd, S. Ellis. 2nd Row: J. Gardner, S. Hill, K. Maricich C.'King, P. Coffee, L. Teague. 66 Boy's cooking contest first place winners: Eric Weber, John Oster- ling, Rick Hansen. gllfllfb' Ccachcrs of America First Row: S. Duffner, J. Sauselein, R. Di Blasio, S. Alexander, D. Johnson. Second Row: N. Smith, P. Pickett, L. Berner, N. Pringle, A. VonCellis, E. Paskow, D. Panich, P. Coffee, S. Knoll, B. Vanlderstine. Third Row: L. Quackenbush, N. Sheppard, l.. Harris, K. Derry, J. Barth, D. Yancey, R. Jones. Mr. Hensinger, Principalg Randy Holmes, Acting Principal, Dr. Frederick Hipp, Executive Secretary of N.J.E.A.y Chris Dunn, Acting Assistant Principal, Mrs. Binker, Assistant Principal, Sue Myles, Acting Secretary to the Principal, Mrs. Carlson, Secretary to the principal. Statuesque Math Teacher 67 tzateat Secretaries Seated left to right: M. J. Perla, C. Dykes, L. North, C. Welsh, J. Cole. Standing left to right: B. Maines, K. Smith, M. Richie, S. Ford, E. Palmer, E. Koch, N. Robinson, L. Melcer, D. Rodman, B. Mahler, E. Shockley. During the school day these students work for teachers in the student office. In this way they get the practice and the background needed for future secretarial careers. Library ,Assistants First Row: C. Bermeo, N. Robinson, K. Birk, E. Mercer, J. Blyer, C. Hankele, D. Rodman, T. Stiles, S. Ford, M. Sheperd, C. Leuci, S. Buehler, S Spohn, L. McCoy, G. Porter. Second Row: E. Koch, P. Lott, M. Patterson, C. Lyons, K. Tank, L. Berner, Mrs. Jones, Librarian, P. Pickett, N Smith N Shepard, B. Allison, J. Freudenberg, C. Robertson. Third Row: R. Taubel, A. Lehrer, D. Yancy, C. Binder, C. Dykes, J. Carlin, P. Pearson, 'K. Christy, T. Tietze, L. Leggoe, K. Garner, M. Webb, S. Henry, K. Fowler, J. Lum, E. Stark, B. Buehler, E. Palmer, M. Goldstrom, C. Moscatello, B. Fritz. 68 1 V 1 N lflfiu 61116 left ro right: Honored guest, praetor, aedile, consul, etc. First Row: M. Holmes, R. Palmer, M. Shepherd, J. Kushel, P. Strainic, S. Given. Second Row: L. Longacre, P. Gallo, R. Seebe, R. Kamuf, B. Walker, S. Schilling, J. Hartig.Third Row: T. Della Rata, D. Kinsey, J. Myers, B. Hitchner, N. Read, C. Betsch. Fourth Row: L. Cooper, R. Montiio, D. Spease, E. Petrillo, J. Leppman, C. Moscatello, D. Kerr. The Latin Club, or Senatus Populusque Romanis, under the guidance of Miss Kearney, is open to students who have two or more years of Latin. This year its mailor function was a Roman banquet complete with togas and a chariot. Scriba Myers 70 i c Gercle grrzucazls' First Row: D. Gitomer, M. Goldstrom, J. McLaughlin, M. Rogers, A. Fishman, M. Mongeau, W. TaPP, P. Silverman, J. Cope, R. Lockhart, R. Kandle, J. Crozier, J. Osterling, A. Grosvenor. Second Row: D. Roberts, J. Collins, J. Freudenberg, B. Hopkins, M. Webb, G, White, A. Lehrer, A. Brooks, M. Demuth, S. Alexander, A. Eisenstat, M. Demuth, B. Vanlderstine, W. VanCitters, B. Hitchner, J. Morrison, N. Read, P. Kamuf, J. Hartig, J. Teas, S. Murphy, V. Green, K. Christie, S. Vaughan, K. Hodgen. Third Row: D. Wood, A. Mason, C. Mulford, S. Knoll, S. Parkinson, J. Barth, C. Austermuhl, L. Shropshire, P. Pickett, J. Sauselein, E. Trainer, N. Pringle, J. Myers, L. Hickey, J. Koch, L. Harris, A. Kraft, K. Tank, L. Haines, B. Battaglia, P. Coffee. This year Le Cercle Francais was revived after two years of dormancy. The club, under the direction of Miss Goldman and Mrs. Bender, has succeeded exceptionally well with enthusiastic participation in the informal monthly meetings. Le Cercle Frangais provides an introduction to French culture for interested students, and its activities range from a French Valentine's Day party to a trip to a Philadel- phia production of Moiere's The Miser. Science 61116 The MSHS chapter of the Future Scien- tists of America is open to all students who have an interest in science and who have taken a science course. Meetings are held at monthly intervals and include lectures on scientific subiects and special field trips. "What do you expect from the inverse square law?" Spanish American Hook 61110 Seated: K. McGeorge, D. Betzendahl, R. Seebe, L. Cooper, vice-president, G. Paulsen, president, Chris Umberger, Vice-President, G. Rake, L. Leggoe. Standing: J. Wittman, R. Lichtenberg, S. Gillespy, D. Younkin, B. Allison, M. Kinsey, V. Green, P. Goodnow. The Spanish American Book Club is in its sixteen- th year. Club membership is limited to students who are currently taking Spanish, are listed on the honor roll, and wish to become acquainted with the best in the literature of Spain and Spanish America to broaden their appreciation of Spanish American and comparable world literature. Each year the members decide on the general ob- jective for the year. The meetings during 1964-1965 have been devoted to Latin American literature. Monthly meetings have centered around Indian and colonial influences, the poetry of the Western Hem- isphere, the "Modernistic" poets, the novel, and the short story in Mexico, Argentina, Uraguay, and Chile. l A .. i"' ' 'll V ,wma vel' Left to right: Irma Wallace Mondragon, L. Cooper, Linica Valle Puyhol, B. Allison. Cfamcra 61116 First Row: C. Albrecht, R. Lockhart, J. Crozier. Second Row: J. Wolf, J Fowler D Leucn S Bender J VanCitters. 671655 611111 First Row: D. Clump, D. Betzendahl, K. Tank, K. Swindel, A. Coan, K. Walker, J. Deaterly, P. Pickett. Second Row: D. Kerr, L. Hagan, R. Reich, J. Doganiero, E. Hahn, L. Pettibone, M. Ho- ward, B. Shockey, D. Zoerner. Third Row: K. Olcott, E. Stark, J. O'Connor, C. Kac- hur, R. Monroe, K. Berg, K. Keller. Patience is a virtue. "And how do you like American food?" "The meeting will now come io order." "But, Ron, it's Hensinger, not Hassel. "Why, Ed, you're blushing." 'Watch what you say about my beanie!" "How did Thal bU9 957 in Were?" The senior class went all out on its float SPM :,. , ,. , 1 ewei xf-..- z -f :ff my .f.- f : '-., Q .naw we M 1515-X' Mr x, is-f ff., , Maxrawzw -wwf me arf,-.sl f-wfQf1f,fe14Q::m:- uf Q1 Nair mm' www www ',w,w+..,-f,:awaynm--W-:ffmwww ,I-,.wy,1,., af ffm 1' "F5Sfef than H Speedlng l0Ullef, mme P0WeffUl - - - H "Oh well, what can you do with headless opposition? Mascoporization !! "Maybe if I crawl awhile?" l The hip-bone's connected to the thigh bone . . . " - "Fine bl0Ckln9, l-BOYS!" 4 79 X Varsity Hockey First Row: S. Carcanague, P. Coffee. Second Row: B. Hitchner, B. Develin, K. Carson, S. Ellis, J. Gardiner. Third Row: S. Spohn, M Howard, J. Teas, K. McNeil, S. Myles, D. Panich, P. Kamuf, B. Plasket, M. Webb, B. Shockey, J. Sauselein, S. Ellis, Mrs. Lehman, Coach Competition proved somewhat stiffer this year as the Quakerettes met with defeat three times during the 1964 league season. Wins over Palmyra, Pennsauken, Haddonfield, Lenape and Mount Holly enabled them to gain a well-earned third place. Casey Carson and Barbie Develin led the scoring attack. Team members displayed their natural ability through skill and an earnest determination for team play. Al- though the starting team consisted mainly of seniors, Mrs. Lehman is left with an experienced team for the 1965 hockey season. . IZ Hockey First Row-bottom: E. Schiffer, H. Develin, S. Smith, K. Derry, G. Reinke, J. Deaterly. Second Row: S. Cormack, K. Holbrook, S. Schnitzius L. Pettibone, D. Roberts, T. Della Ratta, B. Shockey, D. Cole. Third Row: S. Graves, A. Coen, S. Given, S. Gebbi, B. Bottomley, P. Bragg P. Madden, J. Kushel, Mary A. Shepard. Fourth Row: K. Tierney, J. Pharo, E. Marks, S. Stokes, B. Wolgamont, G. Bush, R. A. Palmer, cf Alspach, J. Ollivier-Coach: Mrs. Lehman. 1 fb 3' Gmc. xg 4 QW? 'vdlfa 1. Qu Q . 1 X, . V ' - Q' 8 Soccer Firsr Row: C. Binder, J. Hill, J. Wilson, J. Call, W. Stout, N. Annstrong, G. Krug, G. Hadden, D. Baldt, W. Steurenagel. Second Row: A. Stein M. Mon geau, J. Kinsey, D. Kerr, B. Horr, D. Mackay, P. DeRoo, R. Theide, J. Johnson, L. Yancey. Third Row: B. Wilson, R. Burns, C. Field, J. Osterling, J. Van Citters, F. PanHuise, G. Reid, P. Bragg, B. Kandle, R. Walker, D. Wilson, B, MacFarlane, M. Maricich, J. Co e, P. T I R. T b I C h p we ves, au e, oac , Mr. Patton. Soccer against Friends School 82 I 1 v Haskclball VARSITY First Row: G. Paulsen, H. Mayer, H. Phillips, L. Brown, N. VonCelIis, R. Johnston. Second Row: Coach Armstrong R Kunkel D Senior, P. Brooks, R. Holmes, E. Little, S. Colvin, L. Davis, Manager N. Armstrong. Coach Armstrong and the Quakers experienced another on-again, off-again year, compiling an over-all record of eleven wins, twelve losses and a league record of seven wins, seven losses. Larry Brown paced the Quaker attack with 433 points, averaging 18.9 per game. Hal Phillips contributed 345 points, averaging 15.1 and 246 rebounds, an average of 10.8 per game. Highlights of the season included Moorestown's second straight Diamond Christ- mas Tournament championship, a thrilling 70-68 win over arch rival Burlington, and a short but exciting battle in the N.J.S.I.A.A. Tournament. Losing to J. F. Kennedy by 15 points in the fourth quarter of the first game, the Quakers rallied to tie the game with one second remaining. In the second overtime period, Bob Johnston sank a iump shot with five seconds remaining to give the Quakers the most amazing come- back victory in many years. In the second tournament game, Moorestown over- powered Burlington County champion, Riverside, for the first three quarters, but finally succumbed to the Rams in the final five minutes. BOB JOHNSTON GLENN PAULSEN Varsity Haskdball Scams Mooresiown 70 72 75 69 69 74 72 52 69 51 70 45 70 68 59 66 56 53 71 73 51 56 59 65 76 52 61 74 82 58 51 47 46 54 71 62 55 64 55 87 53 54 81 79 50 61 LARRY BROWN Opponent Audubon Haddonfield Collingswood .... ......... G loucester --.- Triton ---.------ Palmyra .. ...... Burlington Riverside ------- ....---- Ml. Holly Lenape Kennedy . ...... ...... N .B.R.H.S. Palmyra Riverside -,-.--- Mt. Holly Lenape Kennedy N.B.R.H.S. -------- Wilson .... N........ B urlington Merchanlville Kennedy -. ...,, ..... R iverside NICK VONCELLIS J-can X 'N iii JMB L T' ' 4 as ' N ll ll L T , 1 5 ,me , X ,Q ses- s X 1 5 is R been' W L, L X -5 HAL PHILLIPS ED LITTLE J.V. BASKETBALL First Row: Coach George Shubic, R. Kunkel, D. Senior, P. Brooks, S. Colvin, L. Davis. Second Row: J McKeon, D. Masters, D. Smith, J. Little, C. Smithson, P. DeRoo. "Two points-Von CeIlis" "How's the hair, Rog?" "Dora, look who has the ball!" "All the way, Brown!" Maier Crack l S l on E- ... . if kA1,V :i2, K F' if H First Row: J. Wolfe, F. Hazenzahl, C. Barr, S. Carro, R. Helweg. Second Row: L. Schmalbach, N. Quick, J. Hargreaves, D. Boyer, G. Makuka L. Hagen, Coach Smiih. xr Girls' Basketball Thata way to go, Doltl" VARSITY First Row: K. Carson, co-captain, T. Baskets, R. DiBlasio, co-captain. Second Row: J. Gardiner, manager, P. Coffee, B. Doherty, M. Benner, G. Huber, J. McCafferty, P. Kamuf, J. Smith, Coach. Despite several losses by a thin margin of points the team had a profitable season. The scoring attack was led by Casey Carson who was also league high scorer for the second con- secutive year. The climax of the season was the 30-29 victory over arch rivals, Moorestown Friends. The team's record for the season was four wins and eight losses. J.V. First Row: J. Smith, Coach, A. Kirkpatrick, B. Eboch, co-captain, S. Spohn, co-captain, D Cole, B. Shockey, S. Chong. Second Row: K. Yundt, J. Coopersmith, D. Roszek, Manager, E Gratzon. Howling VARSITY First Row: B. Needs, B. Crawford, J. Mazzarelli, R. Clarke, D. Speace, B. Allen. Second Row: R. Benoii, D. Klumpp. L. Pehibone, P. French, S. French, L. Teague, B. Verratti, B. Bendel. INTRAMURAL First Row: R. Workman, B. Needs, J. Mazzarelli, N. Olcoft, H. Freshcoln, B. Crawford, R. Clarke, D. Heppe, G. Haddon, A. Stein. Second Row D. Speace, B. Allen, D. Welch, J. Benner, T. Smyihe, P. Twelves, G. Drusdow, W. Brown, K. Garner, J. Ansell, L. Mazer, D. Borneman, M. Murphy, R. MacFarlane, B. Summer, R. Maerz, B. Horr, B. Goodrick, G. Krug,.D. MacKay, J. Van Citrers. Hays' Swimming First Row: B. McKown, J. Heaney, T. Goodnow, T. Alspach, J. Kinsey, T. Clendening, G. Taubel, R. Reich, E. Hedger. Seeond Row: E. Stevens, L. Logan, J. Hartman, B. Winner, F. Borders, R. Gardner, R. Heppe, D. Younkin, C. Mossberg, D. Speace, M. Mongeau, J. Osborne, R. Taubel, M. Kinsey. ' T591-iff527 ' A 'ZW-S.!ff5575?"ffZgE g-252 132.9 1 QF 1x :,si":2f.f2?Wf S . . 6,2 .. sg .5 ., as ,E E is . . 1 .Q sf K? , . h Q. 'f 1. Q., sn.. ass . - wifes --:fwrxzfgz D51 .V .L j ..... ,L I. . -Hag: ,N 55 t j., E A Z -H , .es N ew Y' E Q Q Y is es N1 K s 3 X We ,M e Q Ns is 2.5. s K N Q 'ge in Q v -K , - , ,:.e..-:fi 1' Dear Mr. T . . . Overseer gi., ii. ' J f li gagffim gave- 1. if " W -' Gurgle, sputter, gasp . . Any volunteers? Dgggie Paddle? ' vo 4 "Help, vm stuck!" .Those onehapers Girls' Wimmiug First Row: M. Allen, B. Hitchner, captain, B. Eisenstat, C. Moss. Second Row: V. Taylor, R. Palmer, C. Alspach, L. Beard, M. Dollar, A. Kinsey, M. Park, D. Roberts, T. DellaRatta, D. Betzandahl, M. Conway, M. Howard, S. Stokes. Third Row: B. Bennett, J. Johnston, L. Fricke, B. Price, A. Coan, K. Walker, J. Deaterly, B. Allen, J. Farrow, M. Shep- herd, S. McCollan, L. Longacre. Fourth Row: K. Preston, J. Hitchner, B. Picket, M. DeIlaRatta, J. Gimbel, S. Levico, H. Drukenmiller, P. Call, J. Merchant, J. Thiede, M. Wilson, B. Cooper, D. Panich, manager, Mrs. Thomas, coach. Moorestown Mermaid's string of ninety-two straight victories was finally broken by Cherry Hill with the close score of 46 to 41. An enviable record of six wins and two losses was compiled by this year's team. Under the captainship of Beth Hitchner, team spirit ran extremely high this year with a close bond between all classes. can really kill ya." "Ooh, its wet!" Whee - - - "H0w'd l 92? UP hem?" "Don't splash water in my face! 9I 1 Wrestling In its first year as an organized sport at M.S.H.S., wrestling was considered a Junior Varsity sport, al- though the boys did participate in some Varsity scrim- mages. The season was appropriately started with an Maynard Little informative demonstration in assembly. Caplan' Outstanding records for the season were held by J. Lime, M. Lime, w. stout, D. Williams, and s. Wil- Cotchshafief liams. Gold medals were awarded to M. Little and S. Williams for placing first in their weight divisions, and a silver medal to P. O'Kane for a second place, at the Kennedy games held at Glassboro. Steve Williams Jud Linle Wertdel Stout Don Williams Ron Berry Gary Rake Urmas Talvet Pat 0'Kar1e William Lipponcon Scott Philips Jim Bender William Steurenagel Jim Wilson John Willis Manager Student- .7aculty Haskefball Game . . . Sparts Swat of the year 2, W 'A My K AQ A , ul 'NX "Another faculty point-l can't believe my eyes!" "Are you sure she's a teacher?' Varsity lacrosse First Row: S. Spohn, K. McNeil, S. Hess, A. Bush, B. Devlin, P. Coffee, S. Myles, D. Weigel. Second Row: M. Gallo, C. Thomas, P. Hoffman, B. Haupt, B. Hitchner, R. Wilson, N. Read, Mrs, Lehman, Coach. The 1963-64 Lacrosse Team had a very successful season. The Varsity won seven and lost one. Their one defeat was to Moorestown Friends, O-5. Varsity high scorer was Chris Thomas. The J.V. had an enviable undefeated season. The scoring attack was lead by Casey Carson. ,Z IZ lacrosse First Row: A. Brooks, K. Derry, B. Schilling, S. Spohn, P. Bragg, H. Develin. Second Row: A. Mason, S. Ellis, S. Smith, K. Carson, L. Haines, T. Mulford, M. Park, M. Conway. Third Row: .B. Eboch, K. Smith, B. Shockey, M. Howard, E. Paskow, A.. Kinsey, L. Hickey, J. Teas, S. Vaughan, S. Gerhardt, M. Stout, Mrs. Lehman, Coach. 605 Mr. Brown, Coach, T. Clendining, D. Speace, J. Hammerschmidt, L. Hitchner, J. Walker, D. Speace, R. Luce, J. Jordan. J. Ford, M. Mongeau, J. Osferling, D. Younkin, P. Welch, M. Hochgesang, J. Call, W. Tapp, J. Eble, J. Wilson, Mr. Hopen, Coach Kaseball VARSITY BASEBALL First Row: D. Close, C. Dunn, T. Hadden, R. Calhoun, G. Paulsen, J. McGann, B. Younkin. Second Row: Coach Wearf shing, P. Bragg, F. Borders, C. Tighe, R. Little, H. Mayer, G. Stohner, P. Moos, manager. J.V. BASEBALL First Row: A. Hawkins, J. Pierce, B. Barrall, J. Hill, T. Hahn, E. Anderson, J. Schietinger, L. Yancy, S. Schnitzer. Second Row Coach O'Dcnnell, R. Mazza, D. Derry, J. O'Connor, J. McLaughlin, G. Rake, D. Hajduk, J. Little, L. Schnitzer, D. Ebert, M. Goldstrom Manager. 96 4 Spring Crack Moorestown 39 33 64 57 52 29 38173 32 39 Opponents Burlington 78 Lenape 84 Riverside 52 N. Burlington 60 Kennedy 65 Palmyra 88 Camden Catholic 78Va Mt. Holly 85 Haddonfield 78 First Row: J. Wolf, L. Schmalbach, H. Pew, R. Kunkel, U. Talvet, C. Barr, G. Taubel, P. Peterson. Second Row: J. Shepard, M. Little, R. Thiede, W. Bickley, J. Myles, R. Heppe, F. Hasenzahl, W. McKown. 'Third Row: Coach Smith, J. Johnson, Manager, J. Lippincott, R. Felton, D. Stokes, E. Longbottom, W. VanCitters, J. Schietinger, H. Phillips, E. Clark, H. Hales, W. Bendel, W. Hertline, R. Paxton, Manager, Coach Cappelli. "On your mark . . ." r Sports Hzzudizts' "Only 5 more miles" "While the referee isn't looking, you . . ." Killer O'Kane Casualties s l I iust washed it last night and l can't do a thing with itl "Who WBDTS ll? X Glass of 1967 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS: President, J. Little, Treasurer, D. Doran: Vice-President, D. Masters, Secretary, N. Quick. l00 SOPHOMORE ADVISORS: Mr. Masters, Mrs. Bender, Mr. Tschebull. HOME ROOM B-203 Mrs. King First Row: K. Birk, C. Boenitsch, C. Bounds, S. Berry, C. Andrews, M. Adams, B. Allison, Y. Bloom, C. Alspach, L. Beard. Second Row: T. Beard, R. Ansell, R. Anderson, L. Andrasko, L. Bendel, B. Allen, R. Bottomley, J. Basile, F. Bakley, C. Binder. Third Row: N. Armstrong, E. Ahlberg, D. Baldt, J. Bender, T. Bernhardt, J. Benner. HOME ROOM B-207 Miss Goldman First Row: L. Caputo, C. Dill, A. Clayton, M. Dollar, M. Clarke, D. Doran, N. Brown, C. Crocker, C. Cormack, R. Donia. Second Row: C. Doufi, J. Dinsmore, J. Deaterly, D. Cole, A. Coan, G. Bush, J. Carlin, K. D'lmperio, E. Brown, T. Clar- felter, K. Cunningham. Third Row: G. Clawges, P. DeRoo, B. Brown, P. Brooks, S. Carro, W. Crawford, W. Brown. HOME ROOM B-209 Mrs. Bender First Row: S. Ellis, P. Dreyer, S. Given, S. Fox, M. Fritz, R. Fredericks, E. Gratzon, S. Gebbie, J. Gehr, C. Field. Second Row: H. Freshcoln, R. Fritz, P. Dudley, P. Gallo, S. Graves, R. Field, R. Fisher, J. Geidel, C. Field. Third Row: L. Fen- wick, M. Falker, K. Garner, G. Drusdow, L. Gerstlauer, J. Graham, F. Fischbach. IOI HOME ROOM B-211 Miss Smiley First Row: P. Jackson, P. Grimes, C. James, K. Hagmaier, C. Hankele, S. Hill, C. Haines, P. Hurst. Second Row: R. Grosvenor, M. Kinsey, C. Hoffman, A. Kirkpatrick, J. Greven, M. Klemm, P. Kavanaugh, D. Heppe, G. Kemler, R. Heal. Third Row: D. Kerr, J. Hinshillwood, J. Hasson, J. King, G. Haddon, B. Herr, N. Griffith, J. Kaighn, E. Grygon. l02 HOME ROOM B-218 Mr. Rizos First Row: D. Lott, M. Lovell, L. Floyd, E. Marks, A. McCafferty, C. Lyons, D. Marshall, J. Kushel, P. Lott, F. Koch. Second Row: L. Mazer, J. Little, J. Mayer, J. Lafferty, J. Liebrum, J. Mazzarelli, B. Macfarlane, R. Maerz, D. Mackay, D. Masters. Third Row: M. Maricich, S. Maines, G. Makuka, B. Kohlman, G. Krug, W. May, R. Lloyd, J. Lum. HOME ROOM B-220 Mr. Loring Firsi Row: J. Olliver, A. Parrish, J. Parker, J. Nilsen, C. Paperno, C. O'Connor, R. Palmer, L. Murphy, J. Nece, E. Mercer. Second Row: G. McCloskey, R. Morgan, M. McLaughlin, O. McMullen, J. Page, C. Moscaiello, S. Millman, R. Montoz, N. Olcott. Third Row: E. Murphy, G. Nuqeui, M. Murphy, J. Osborn, W. McKenzie, W. Needs, J. McKeon. HOME ROOM B-221 Miss Thompson First Row: N. Sheppard, D. Roszek, A. Ronca, L. Quackenbush, M. Patterson, K. Schmitz, J. Pharo, G. Rader, V. Porter, S. Schultz. Second Row: E. Parsons, G. Reed, C. Robertson, B. Price, M. Shepherd, L. Robinson, P. Person. Third Row J. Parsons, D. Senior, G. Peters, G. Reid, N. Quick, D. Setzer, S. Ringer. I03 HOME ROOM Cafeteria Mr. Riley First Row: T. Stiles, D. Still, J. Smith, J. Thiede, P. Trice, L. Tomlinson, S. Teale, S. Stokes, P. Strainic, V. Taylor. Second Row: A. Stein, W. Steurenagel, T. Tracy, R. Taubel, W. Stout, T. Tietze, P. Twelves. Third Row: T. Smythe, R. Smithson, D. Smith, B. Summer, M. Stewart, K. Pinkston. l04 HOME ROOM Cafeteria Mr. Diehl First Row: J. Zulker, K. Walker, K. Yundt, B. Wolgamot, M. Wesolowski, C. Verderame, E. Wilson, S. Ziehler, L. ioerner, G. Woodward. Second Row: R. Walker, D. Walsh, B. Wilson, P. Walsh, J. Wittman, W. Halliqan, S. Williams, D. Walters. Third Row: J. Waters, B. Wilson, R. Workman, S. Williams, D. Wilson, J. Wright, J. Van Citters, T. Yohnson, R. Worrell. llupradcfalrle lludcrclzzssmeu "Alone at last-with all this algebra! 'What did you say?" "Studying in the library? Oh, come now!" "Hi there!" "Remind anyone of a duck at Straw- bridge lake?" "Conquering Hero" "Are sophomores really cats and mice?" 67111.95 of 1966 JUNIOR OFFICERS: Treasurer, E. O'Brien, Vice-President, ' P. Fitzgerald, Secretary, P. Madden, President, R. Heppe. JUNIOR ADVISORS: Mrs. Blomquist, Mr. Steinmeyer, Miss Wells. HOME ROOM C-I Mrs. Hedqer First Row: P. Bragg, D. Betzendahl, E. Borders, J. Alexander, C. Betsch, L. Bragg, A. Alexander, J. Barth, S. Bell, K Aiello. Second Row: I.. Blyler, P. Bloxsom, K. Berg, E. Anderson, R. Benoit, D. Blackburn, D. Blackburn, G. Blinn, K '06 Black, J. Blyler. Third Row: C, Albrecht, F. Acker, J. Bonsted, D. Boyer, G. Bobb. HOME ROOM C-2 Mrs. Lehman First Row: J. Cosnett, H. Develin, A. Brooks, J. Collins, K. Derry, S. Buehler, M. Conway, M. Donia, K. Christie, S. Chong. Second Row: J. Crozier, E. Brown, L. Davis, S. Carcanague, J. Doganiero, B. Buehler, T. Della-Ratta, R. Burns, E. Bridge, R. Darmo. Third Row: R. Davis, D. Culp, J. Christmas, W. Colvin, M. Condax, J. Devenney. HOME ROOM C-3 Mr. Klansek First Row: P. Goodnow, N. Gamble, B. Eboch, L. DuVinage, J. Fisher, S. Duffner, L. Fluegge, G. Gehr, C. Gimbel, K Fowler. Second Row: T. Fitzgerald, P. Fitzgerald, R. Formont, W. Erdman, J. Ford, J. Freudenberg, A. Fishman, J Geidel, R. Gardner, D. Gitomer. Third Row: T. Elwell, R. Ellender, J. Gallagher, D. Ebert, M. Goldstrom. I07 HOME ROOM C-4 Mrs. Smith First Row: L. Hickey, B. Hopkins, P. Hart, V. Green, J. Hartig, C. Haynes, M. Howard, K. Holbrook, S. Henery, C. Hodgen. Second Row: L. Hagan, M. Hailpern, J. Hargrove, R. Holmes, J. Hartman, R. Heppe, S. Heft, D. Haiduk, K. Hargreaves. Third Row: T. Hahn, M. Hahn, J. Harral, T. Hadden, D. Grob, H. Hinshilwood. I08 HOME ROOM C-5 Mr. Smith First Row: D. Klumpp, D. Kay, L. Lange, N. Levikoff, A. Kraft, K. Keller, C. Linaberry, J. Kirkpatrick, A. Klein, J. Koch Second Row: R. Kachur, R. Logan, R. Lockhart, J. Jarem, J. Johnson, J. Jaeger, H. Jones. Third Row: M. Little, R. Kunkel, J. Lippincott, B. Lippincott, J. Jardel. HOME ROOM Cafeteria Mr. Armstrong First Row: D. Miller, P. Madden, L. McCoy, S. Murphy, J. Palmer, C. North, C. Norman, D. Page, L. Monroe, L. Luciohi. Second Row: M. McMullen, P. O'Kane, K. Norton, J. Minter, K. McGeorge, F. Panhuise, M. Mongeau, J. McCaffrey, J. McLaughlin, T. O'Connor. Third Row: J. McMullen, E. O'Brien, W. McAdams, T. Lynch, D. Palmer, S. Mossberg, R. Montiio. HOME ROOM Cafeteria Mr. Shubic First Row: S. Parkinson, S. Schnitzius, M. Park, D. Roberts, E. Schiffer, G. Simco, S. Reid, B. Plasket, L. Pettibone E. Paskow. Second Row: D. Robinson, C. Shelley, S. Schnitzer, N. Schmalback, J. Shaal, N. Schlitz, A. Perla, S Schilling, G. Rake, H. Ransom, L. Schmalback. Third Row: H. Pew, R. Payton, J. Schietinger, A. Richie, D. Shirley C. Parrish, R. Pearson. . I09 1 HOME ROOM C-9 Mr. Wearshing First Row: L. Teague, C. Watson, L. Walters, B. Smith, J. Teas, N. Simis, C. Urban, C. Tierney, S. Spohn, B. Shockey. Second Row: D. Speace, C. Sternagel, M. Smith, B. Smith, A. Von Cellis, B. Tapp, D. Skinner. Third Row: J. Singletary, P. Silverman, D. Stokes, D. Speace, J. Symthe, E. Stevens, C. Barr. HOME ROOM B-210 Mrs. Cox First Row: D. Whitaker, E. Wenof, M. Wrigley, G. Yohnson, M. Webb, L. Williams, V. White, D. Wilson, S. Vilmerding D. Zoerner. Second Row: J. Willis, J. Wolf, B. Winner, D. Williams, E. Werber, D. Younkin, L. Yancey, A. Williams, J Wilson. IIO , Z N Bickley Glenn Paulsen Sue Myles Ed Pet Senior 0Mccrs M- 4 Z QQ! C- x 'K ,X S uw X-A e1 - fir? s 'ew . '-'VIE ix t 45 5 1 sf. - fx , :X-,YM iq- 4 jffws Senior Superlafivcs MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Tom Alspach Nancy Read DONE MOST FOR M.S.H.S. Ed Pefrillo Sue Myles MOST POPULAR CUTEST Jeff Andrews Miriam Sfouf E Randy Holmes JoAnn Mazzarelli MOST OUT-GOING d Clark Audrey Haynes MOST RESERVED E B Joe Spera T Marilyn Demuth MOST CONGENIAL BEST DANCERS Harold Philips Nancy Schnitizus John Kinsey Diane Panich BEST ATHLETES Bill Bendel Kathy Carson CLASS FLIRTS Lisa Brooks Robert Johnston BEST DRESSED MOST VERSATILE Carole King Bill Bickley Glenn Paulsen I Beth Hitchner CLASS REBELS Bobbie Doherty Bruce Stillman MOST DRAMATIC lMOST DEPENDABLE Totty Mulford Chris Umberger Dot Roberts Pete Brag Honor Society Membership in the Honor Society is based on scholastic achievement. Students must rank in the upper ten per cent of their graduating class to be eligible. An assembly and reception was held March 16 to honor these twenty-four stu- dents. Susan Margaret Alexander Thomas Tolbert Alspach Carol Speare Anderson Margaret Stuart Benner Marilyn Louise Demuth Mariorie Ann Demuth Christopher Schubert Dunn Arthur Edward Grosvenor Elizabeth Price Hitchner Gail Celeste Huber Peggy Roberts Kamuf David North Kinsey John Armstrong Leppman Anita Alexander Mason Judith Anne Myers John Osterling Glenn Robert Paulsen Edward W. Petrillo Nancy Elizabeth Read Dorothy Ruth Roberts Christian Bruce Umberger Gordon Wayne Van Citters Barbara Louise Van lderstine Elizabeth Guillan Walker ROBERT W. ALLEN Madras . . . elephant horse- shoe . . tie-seller. Bus Monitor 4, Fire Warden l, 4, Bowling J.V. 2, Varsity 3, Soccer Frosh. l20 SUSAN ALEXANDER Concert mistress . . . terrific web-weaver . . . Wellesley bound. Bus Monitor 4, Pep Club 4, Historian 4, Nutshell Stafl 2, 3, Editorial Board 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Library As- sist. 2, 3, Student Concert- Goers I, 2, 3, 4, Student Rep. 4, All-State Opera 2, 3, 4, All-Stale Orchestra 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Band 8. Orchestra Coun- cil 4, Choir 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, So. Jersey Orch. I, 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Comm., French Club 4. MARGARET M. ALLEN Ludendorf . . . Bingo fan. Bus Monitor 4, Pep Club 4, Yearbook Girl's Sports Editor 4, Girl's Choir 3, Girl Re- serve 3, Treasurer of Aquaettes 3, Synchronized Swim Club 3, Member of Hinsdale Guard 3. Swimming J.V. 3, Varsity 4. BERNADINE ANDERSON CAROL ANDERSON Nancy . . . sweet and likable Andy . . . "Gentlemen Prefer . . . o friend to all. Blondes" . , . a truly refined r.H.A. 2, 3, 4, om. one Qu'- Club 'l, 2, -3, 4, Mixed Chorus F.H.A. 4, Pep Club 4, Year- l, 2, 3, 4, Nutshell Rep. 3, 4. book Art Staff 4, French Club 4. THOMAS TOLBERT ALSPACH Tommy Tuba . . . our fearless leader . . . always succeeds in whatever he tries. Student Council Pres. 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4, Boys Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Brass Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Junior Rotarian 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 4, Orchestra 'l, 2, 3, 4, S. Jersey Band 2, 3, 4, S. Jersey Orch. 2, At- tendance Certificate 2, Honor Certilicate 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball Frosh, Football Frosh, Swimming Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, 4, All-State Band 2, All-East- ern Band 4. LINDA LEE BAITH Blondie . . . wore red and white on school color day. Bus Monitor 47 Jr. Red Cross Rep. 27 Color Guard 37 Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 47 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 47 N.O.M.A. 47 Attendance Certificate l, 2, 37 Student Secretary 47 Gradua- tion Usher 3. JEFFREY ANDREWS Dream boy . . . mad Renault driver . . . blond and cute. Fire Warden 47 Traffic Monitor 47 Football Frosh, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 47 Track-Spring J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 47 Graduation Usher 37 Bowling J.V. 2, Pep Club 37 Sr. Play Comm. 47 Baseball Frosh. CAROL LINDA AUSTERMUHI. Bright girl with o bright smile . . . likes Europe pretty well. Chess Club 3, 47 F.H.A. l, 2, 37 Library Assistant l, 27 Nut- shell Fealure Ed. 3, Sports Ed. 2, Literary Ed. 47 Pep Club 3, 47 Student Council 47 Year- book Organizations Stalf7 French Club 47 Band l, 2, 3, 47 Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 47 Jr. Play COSIQ Mixed Chorus l, 2. BENJAMIN BASILE Benny . . . concert pianist . . . good-humored. Fire Worden 47 Student Concert- Goers I, 2, 3, 47 Student Council 47 Mixed Chorus 27 Or- chestra 3, 4. ELIZABETH BATTAGLIA "Bebby" . . . ability to change hair style in two min- utes. Chess Club I7 Nutshell Art Ed. 3, 47 Pep Club 37 Student Council 27 Girls Glee Club 2: Jr. Play Comm. 37 Mixed Cho- rus 37 Sr. Play Comm. 47 Bas- ketball Frosh7 Swimming Frash7 F.H.A. Membership Ch. 4. BARRY L. BARRALL "ls that you behind the bass drum?" . . . great outdoors- man. Chess Club 3, 47 Fire Warden 47 Student Court 27 Bond 1, 2, 3, 47 Boys Glee Club l, 2, 37 Dance Band I7 Jr. Play Cast7 Mixed Chorus l, 2, 37 Football Frash, J.V. 2, 37 Bowling J.V. 3, Varsity 47 Swimming Frosh7 Track-Spring Frosh7 Trock-Win- ter Frash. l2l ROBERT C. BAUDER "Mast attached to MSHS" . . . partial to librarians. PAUL BAUMANN "How's the world today?" . . . a grease-monkey . . . terrific carpenter. MARGARET BENNER A whiz with a needle and thread . . . "Maggie, how da you hang these curtains?" Bus Monitor 47 Latin Club 2, 3, 47 Nutshell Business staff 47 Student Council 37 Jr. Play Comm. Ch. 37 Sr. Play Comm. 47 Honor Certificate 2, 37 Bas- ketball J.V. 3, Varsity 47 Soft- ball Varsity 2. l22 WILLIAM RAYMOND BENDEL All-American Guard . . . "Wild Bill" . . . o frequenter ot Moorestown library. Chess Club 3, 47 Fire Worden 47 Student Concert-Gcers l, 27 Boys Glee Club l7 Mixed Cho- rus l, 27 Senior Play Cast 47 Comm. 47 Football Varsity 2, 3, 4 Copt.7 Swimming Frosh7 Tennis FfO5l1: Track-Spring Var- sity 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN BENDER Another Allen Funt . . . well- liked by the hockey team . . . one more picture, please! Camera Club 27 Yearbook Pho- tography Ed. '47 Band l, 2, 37 Dance Band 37 Jr. Play Cast7 Attendance Certificate l, 2, 3. CAROLINE BERMEO A real "kool:" . . . always running somewhere . . . likes ta travel. F.H.A. 47 Library Assist. 47 Nutshell Distributor and Busi- ness Staff 47 Game Attendant 47 Sr. Play Comm. 47 F.H.A. Membership Ch. 4. LINDA BERNER "Berg" . . . one cf ten . . . Pringle-Berger lsecond holft. F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4, Li- brary Council 4, Pep Club 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Flay Committee 3, Orchestra 4, At- tendance Certificate I, Honor Guard 3, Basketball Frosh, Hockey Frosh, J.V. 2, 3, 4, Jr, Red Cross Rep. 3, 4. RONALD D. BERRY Shy . . . good tenor voice in choir . . . likes go-karts. WILLIAM P. BICKLEY "Throw the ball to Bickleyl" . . . a real hunk . . . thanks go to our President. Monitor Club V.P. 3, Traffic Monitor 4, Student Council 1, 2, DAVID C. BORNEMAN "How long did you wait for me?" . . . Malh maior. Fire Warden 4, Mixed Chorus 'l, 2, 4, Senior Flay Commit- tee 4, Attendance Certificate 3, JULIA A. BOWERS Judy . . . a real little imp . . . J,B. Pep Club 4, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, Junior Play Committee 3, Senior Play Committee 4, Bowling J.V. 2, 3, F.H.A. 2, 3, Recreation Chairman 4. Yearbook Business snuff 4, Band l, 2, 3, Boys Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Bays State, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 'l, 2, 3, 4, Class President 4. Bowling 4, Tennis Varsity 4. RONALD L. BOZARTH "Bolo" . . . a true choirboy . . . Ron. Assembly Usher 4, Fire Warden 4, Boys Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Football Frosh. l23 HAROLD BRIGGS Harry . . . a terrific tackle . . . ga-getter. Operator ly Football Frosh. J.V. l, Varsity 25 Baseball Frosh, l24 PETER LEE BRAGG A bad-luck sportsman . . . Preiudiced against girls lMoni- tor Clubl . . . Chief of Police. Monitor Club President 45 Span- ish American Book Club 2, Vice-Pres. 35 Student Council I, 35 Boys State 35 Jr. Flay Committee 35 Class President 2, 35 Baseball Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 45 Football Frosh5 Soccer Varsity 4. JOHN H. BRATTON Husky guy . . . reserved and good-looking. LAWRENCE M. BROWN Brownie . . . true Spanish maior . . . future player for the Boston Celtics. Traffic Monitor 45 Nutshell Sports Staff 35 Pep Club 45 Junior Play Committee 35 Bas- ketball Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4. JEANNE BUBECK Member of All-State Chorus . . . Soft-voiced, but hear her singl Library Assistant I, 2, 3, 45 All-State Chorus 45 Choir 3, 45 Color Guard 35 Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Ensemble 3, 4. ELIZABETH BROOKS "Lerce" . . . 'nother lcnitter . . . does the trug real well. Chess Club 'I5 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross Representative 'l5 Pep Club 3, 45 Yearbook Art Staff 45 Junior Prom Com- mittee 35 Band 'I5 Color Guard lg Basketball J.V. I5 Hockey Frosh, J.V. 25 Softball .l.V. 15 Swimming Frosh. JOHN L. CALL Davis Cup winner . . . "the greatest" . . . Mocrestown's answer to Tyrone Power. Monitor Club Vice-Pres. 4, Pep Club 3, Spanish-American Book Club 4, Student Couhcil 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Boys State Alter- nate 3, Junior Rotarian, Basket- ball Frosh, J.V. 2, Football Frash, Swimming Varsity 3, Ten- nis Varsity 2, 3, 4, Soccer Var- sity 4. ALEXANDER MELVIN BUTLER D. JEANETTE BUTLER Daisy . . . a twin swinger . . A rect swinger . . . wild one sum-Chewing dwmvivn- . . . little man wha grew up. F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Pep Club 4, Basketball J.V. PEP Club 31 47 Game Attendant 2, 3, Football J.v. 3, varsity 1. 2. 3, 4: Girls Glee Club 4, Track-Spring Frosh, Game lf 2' 3- 41 ll-'nic' Plot' CGS' 32 Anendan, 3. Honor Certificate 2, Basketball Fa h 2 'ty 4, rs , J.V. , 3, Varst Hockey Fresh, Softball Frosh. JAMES CAPUTO Wednesday night regular . . the shawman . . . office boy. Bowling J.V. 2, Varsity 3. THOMAS EDWARD CARRUTH JR. Tom . . . loves dogs . . Pat Boone's right-hand man. Football J.V. 2, Varsity 4. ELAINE BLANCHE CAMERON A.P. lunch . . . quiet cutie . . . ever present. F.H.A. 3, Junior Prom Comm. 3, French Club, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 'I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Certificate 3. l25 KATHLEEN CARSON Casey . . . Watch out lor the pigl . . . Lester . . . Dim- witty. Nutshell Business Stalf 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Yearbook Activities Staff 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band and Orchestra Council 4, Junior Play Cast and Committee 3, Orches- tra I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee 4, Basketball Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Hockey J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, LaCrosse J.V. 3, Softball Varsity 'l, 2. WAYNE O. CHINN "El Toro" . . . Wayne Brown. B.E.S. 4, Fire Warden 4, Jun- ior Red Cross Rep. 4, Pep Club 3, Basketball Frosh, J. V. 2, Football J.V. 3, Varsity 4, Track-Spring Frosh Varsity 3, Track-Winter Varsity 2,' 3, 4. REED CLARKE A real koak behind his Sprite . . . anyone for sky-diving? Band l, 2, Mixed Chorus 2. l26 CAROLYN ANNE CLARK The student store guardian . . . the drummer girl. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, N.O.M.A. 4, Student Secretary 4, Student Store Attendant 2, 3, 4, Cam- mencement Usher 3. EDWARD M. S. CLARK Congenial guy . . . lots af spark . . . "Do the camel trot, Ed!" Boys Glee Club 2, 3, Junior Play Cast 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Senior Play Committee 4, Football Frosh, Track-Spring Frosh, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4. RICHARD D. CLATFELTER Dickie . . . or Hypotenuse . . . AUHZO leader. Traffic Monitor 4, Pep Club 4, Yearbook Boys Sports Stall 4, Senior Play Comm. 4, Junior Play Comm. 3, Football Frosh, J.V. 2, 3, Science Club 4. PEGGY A. CLAYWELL Girl from the Farm Fair. F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Nutshell Typ- ist, Junior Prom Comm., French Club 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Comm. THOMAS CLENDINING Future Grand Prix driver . . . Swings on the Clarinet . . . will be flying Eastern Airliners. Chess Club 3, 4, Fire Warden 4, Traffic Monitor 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Boys Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Chair 3, 4, Dance Bancl I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Orchestra 'l, 2, 3, S. Jersey Band 2, 3, Golf Varsity 2, 3, 4, Swimming Varsity 2, 3, 4. JUDY ANN COLE Shy but sweet . . . A south- ern belle. Business Education Society 3, F.H.A. 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, Junior Red Cross 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Cast, Attendance Certificate 2. DAVE CLOSE "Wally" . . . 2l tackles . . . size 7 7-8 hat . . . "We'll beat 'em!" Tralfic Monitor 4, Pep Club 4, Senior Play Comm. 4, Baseball Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball Frosh, Goll Varsity 2, Football Frosh, J.V. 2, Var- sity 3, 4. PATRICIA W. COFFEE A good dresser . . . warm friend . . . good on the hockey field . . . "Mother." F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Concert-Goers 3, 4, Yearbook Art Stafl 4, Junior Prom Comm., French Club 4, Bond 2, 3, Game Att, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, Junior Play Comm., Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Comm., Bas- ketball Frosh, J.V. 2, Hockey Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Swimming Fresh, J.V. 3. MARIE VIRGINIA COLEMAN A fine friend. F.T.A. 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Stu- dent Council I, 2, 3, Game Attendant 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Flay Cast, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Honor Cert. I, Basketball J.V. 3, Junior Prom, French Club 4. l27 MARILYN DEMUTH "Have cello, will play" . . . tiny . , . extra smart and sweet. Student Concert'Goers l, 2, 3, 4, All-State Orchestra 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Honor Certificate l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4. I28 EVELYN BELINDA COOPER "Finnie" . . . "ls your Eng- lish paper done, Lyn?" . . . Maybe another Carl Schultz. Junior Red Cross 2, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Aedile 3, 4, Nutshell Literary Editor, Spanish-Am. Book Club 3, 4, Student Coun- cil l, 4, Yearbook Art Editor 4, Junior Play Cast, Honor Guard 3, Hockey Frosh, .l,V. 2, La- Crosse Fresh, Swimming Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Comm. Game Attendant 2, Senior Play Cast. I JON L. COPE Professor . . . learning some- thing new everyday. Chess Club 4, French Club 4, Game Attendant 2, Soccer J.V. 4. DOUGLAS LEROY DERRY Moorestown's answer to Benny Goodman. Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Honor Certificate 2, Baseball J.V. 3, Junior Prom Comm., French Club 4. BARBARA STUART DEVELIN "Barbie" . . . a real "devil" . . . remember the flying logs at hockey." Bus Monitor 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, Junior Play Comm., Senior Play Comm., Honor Guard 3, Junior Prom Comm., French Club 4, Basketball Frosh, Var- sity 2, Hockey Frosh, .l.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, LaCrosse Frosh, .J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4. MARJORIE DEMUTH "Twinie" . . . calm and re- posed. Pep Club 3, 4, Student Concert- Goers l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Girls C-lee Club 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra l, 2, 3, 4, So. Jersey Bond 2, 3, 4, So. Jersey Or- chestra 3, 4, Honor Certifi- cate l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4. ROBERTA DOHERTY Another sports car fan . . . bouncy Bobbe . . . "ls there a Doc-ter in the house?" Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Junior Play Comm., Basketball Frosh Var- sity 2, Softball Varsity l, 2. ROSEMARIE DIBLASIO As sweet as a rose . . . gen- erous and dependable. F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Pres., Span- ish-American Book Club 2, Stu- dent Council 2, Honor Certili- cate l, Basketball .l.V. 2, 3: Softball Varsity l, 2, Junior Prom Comm., French Club 4. JOHN J. DOBLEMAN Can "Heaven Wait?" . mighty muscles . . . "Big Dab." Fire Warden 4, Junior Play Cast 3. CHRlSTA DYKES Girl with a happy smile. F.H.A. 4, Library Assistant 4, Pep Club 4, Girls Glee Club Bowling 4. ALICE EISENSTAT "Bunny" . . . always making posters . . . F.O.M.A. Presi- dent. Nutshell Art Editor 4, Pep Club 4, Student Concert Goers 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, Vice- Pres. 4, Band 8. Orchestra Council 4, Junior Play Cast, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, LaCrosse Frosh, Swimming J.V. 2, '3, Varsity 4, Junior Prom Com., French Club 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3. CHRISTOPHER S. DUNN Dangerous Dan . . . "The Dude" .. . sincerity makes the man. Pep Club 4, Spanish-American Book Club 2, Treas. 3, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Band 8. Orchestra Council 4, Boys State Alternate 3, Brass Choir 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Comm., Jr. Rotarian, Orchestra 3, 4, So. Jersey Band 2: Senior Play Comm., Attendance Cert. 2, Honor Certificate 2, 3, Base- ball Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3. 4, Football Frosh, ,-J.V. 2, Varsity 3, Co-Capt. 4. 4 l29 SHARON LEE ELLIS Froggy . . . a real live wire -. . . interests in the Junior class. Bus Monitor 4, Fire Worden 4, Pep Club 3, Secretary 4, Stu- dent-Concert Goers 3, 4, Cheerleaders Frosh, Game At- tendant 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Comm., Basketball Frosh, Hockey Frosh, J. V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, LaCrosse Varsity 4. SUSAN B. FORD Girl with o voice! Assembly Usher 4, F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Choir 4, Game Attendant 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Hockey J.V. 2, LaCrosse J.V. 2. l30 RONALD ESTEL One of the Ronettes. ROSS FELTON One of the jet set . . . a real caveman who digs a hat sax. Fire Warden 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 3, 4, South Jersey Band 4, Track-Spring Frosh J.V. 3, Varsity 4, Tracl:-Winter Var- sity 4, Senior Flay Student Director 4. SUSAN M. ENGER Found her niche in the stu- dent store. Business Education Society 4, F.H.A. 4, Pep Club 4, Year- book Typist 3, Senior Play Comm., Honor Guard 3, Prom Comm., Student Store Attend- ant 2, 3, 4, Student Secretary 4. JOHN W. FOWLER You meet, the nicest people on a Honda . . . .lohnsakins . . . first gear is all right. Camera Club 3, 4, Fire War- den 4, Nutshell News Editor 3, Literary Editor 4, Stage Hands 3, 4, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast and Comm., Honor Certificate 2. SUZANNE FOX "Fanzone" . . . tall, statu- esque blonde . . . likes blue grass horses. Color Guard l, 2, 37 Girls Glee Club l, 2 3, 47 Mixed Chorus l, 2, 37 Pep Club 3, 4. PATRICIA A. FRENCH Girl of few words . . . sensi- ble. F.H.A. 37 Pep Club 47 Year- book Activity Staff 47 Color Guard 47 Game Attendant 37 Girls Glee Club 47 Junior Play Cast7 Senior Play Comm. 47 Basketball Frosh7 Bowling Var- sity 2, 3, 47 Junior Play Comm. JUSTINE GARDINER Justin . . . Ears . . . "That sign is better than the last." F.H.A. 2. 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 27 Pep Club 4: Band 'l, 2, 3, 47 Band 8- Orchestra Council 47 Girls Glee Club 'l, 2, 3, 47 Maiarelles 47 Mixed Chorus 'l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Basketball7 Hockey Frosh7 J.V. 27 Varsity 3, 47 LaCrosse7 Student Council 3. SUSAN E. FRENCH Gets words all mixed up . . built-in compass. F.H.A. 37 Pep Club 47 Year- book Activity Staff 4: Game Attendant 37 Girls Glee Club 4: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Comm.: Basketball Frosh J.V. 2, Bowling Fresh, Varsity 3, 47 Softball J.V. 27 Junior Prom Comm. 3. ALLEN FULLEMAN Soft-spoken, small size. Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3 SALLYE B. GERHARDT Blue-eyed and blonde . . . "Gollahort" . . . cheerlul and nutty. Nutshell Business Staff 47 Yearbook Business Staff 47 Jun- ior Play Cast 37 Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 37 Mixed Chorus 'l, 2, 3, 47 Senior Play Comm.7 Honor Certificate I, 27 Honor Guard 37 Hockey Frash J.V. 27 LaCrosse Frosh J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4. l3l THOMAS GOODNOW "Be good-now, Tom" . . . Spanish exchange student . . . swim team mascot. Band 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Swimming Var- sity 2, 3, 4. l32 . SARA GI LLESPY Terrific voice . . . sweet and simple . . . ages quickly. Chess Club 4, F.H.A. 3, Pep Club 3, Student Concert-Goers 3, 4, All-State Chorus 4, All- State Opera 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Mixed gnsemble 4, Orchestra 'l, 2, , 4. ALLEN R. GOLDSMITH "The Doctor" . . . "l'm pre- pared." Fire Warden 4, Student Court 3, gond I, 2, 3, Bowling J.V. . . 4- RONALD M. GRUNSBY One of the Ronettes. Boys Glee Club 2, Basketball J.V. 1, 2. FH EIJZABETH ANNE HAlNES Tall girl with zip. . .A. l, 2, Pres. I, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Concert-Goers 3, 4., Yearbook Art Statl 4, Stu- dent Council 2, LaCross Frosh, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, Softball Frosh, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Cast 8- Comm. Or- chestra I, 4, Senior Play Comm., French Club 4, Jun- ior Red Cross 3, 4. ARTHUR E. GROSVENOR JR. "Gros", "Cosgrove" . . o real good lookin' guy. Pep Club 4: Student Council 4, Yearbook Boys Sports Edi- tor 4, Band I, 2, 3, Boys State Alternate, Junior Rotor- ian, Senior Play Comm., Honor Certificate 2, French Club 4, Junior Prom Comm., Bowling J.V. 2, Track-Spring J.V. 2. RALPH ERIC HANSEN "Let me tell you how to live" . . . "Rough Rick" . . . got his hands in '63 Yearbook. Fire Warden 3: Junior Play Cost 8. Comm.: Senior Play Cast. JOHN L. HALL Hustler . . . "Goober" . . , "Blade" . . . what happened to the Philliesl Business Education Society: Monitor Club 4: Pep Club 4: Junior Play Comm.: Baseball J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4: Football Frosh: Prom Comm. JAMES A. HAMMERSCHMIDT "Hammer" . . . Watch that "wildcat" go! . . . future Arnie Palmer. Assembly Usher 4: Chess Club 4: Fire Worden 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Spanish-American Book Club 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Base- ball Frosh: Basketball Frosh: Football J.V. 2: Golf Varsity 2, 3, 4: Captain 4. CARL R. HARNER' "Another newcomer . . . ilat top . . . level-headed. FREDERICK CARL HASENZAHL Mixed-up artist . . . loves Oregon . . . advertisement pun-sler. Junior Play Cast 8- Comm.: 'Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Play Cast 4: Honor Guard 3: Foot- ball Frosh: Prom Comm. 3. DOROTHEA HARLANDER New girl with a smile. F.H.A. 4: Art Club 2, 3, 4 ALLAN L. HAWKINS Little "p" . . . a small giant ...down bythe sea... Trailic Monitor 47 Pep Club 3, 47 All-State Opera 37 Boys Glee Club 37 Choir 37 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 47 Prom Comm. 37 Senior Play7 Baseball J.V. 37 Varsity 47 Football Fresh. REBECCA A. HEISLER "Becky" . . . Bookkeeping whiz . . . excellent typist. Library Council 47 Pep Club 47 Game Attendant 3, 4. l34 JAMES ANDREW HEANEY, JR. "Our hero" . . . voted best on the sports car circuit . , . hands and speed. Assembly Usher 47 Latin Club 27 Pep Club 47 Swimming Var- sity 3, 47 Junior Prom Comm.7 Chess Club 3, 4. EDWIN J. HEDGER Tall and good-looking , . . monitor with a scowl. Traffic Monitor 47 Boys Glee Club l, 27 Junior Play Comm.7 Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 47 Baseball Varsity 47 Swimming Varsity l, 2, 3, 47 Track- Spring Frosh. AUDREY LYNN HAINES "Little Audrey" . . . nlays a mean piano! Fire Warden 47 Pep Club 3, 47 Student Concert-Goers 27 Game Attendant 2, 3 47 Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 47 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 47 Honor Guard 37 Commencement Usher 37 Softball J.V. RANDALL WM. HELWEG "Randy" . . . likes to cut . . . a bland Adonis. Traffic Monitor 47 Pep Club 47 Spanish-American Book Club 37 Junior Y's Man 47 Mixed Chorus 37 Cross Country Var- sity 47 Swimming Varsity 2, 37 Track-Spring J.V. 2, 37 Soccer Varsity 2. WILLIAM C. HERTLINE "When does your ship sail?" . . . always has a good ioke for youl Business Education Society 3, Fire Warden 4, Track-Spring Frosh, Varsity 2. RANDOLPH HOLMES, Ill Saved the team many times . . . everyone's lriend . . . principal lor a day. Fire Warden 3, Monitor Club 4, Pep Club 3. 4: Student Council l, 2, 3, Nutshell Busi- ness Stall 4, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Class Vice-President 2, 3, Baseball Frosh, Basketball Frash, Varsity 2, 3, Football Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Co- Capt. 4, Jr. Prom Chairman 3. BETH HITCHNER Takes after an ex-MSHS champ . . . "Hitch" . . . fum fum lan. Honor Certificate l. 2, 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Quaestor 4, Student Council 1, 3, Sec. 4, Student Court 4, French Club 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band-Orches- tra Council 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Cit. Inst. Girls Glee Club 'I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play 3, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, South Jersey Chorus 3, Hockey 2, 3, 4, LaCrosse 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4. PATRICIA J. HOLBROOK "Halberg" . . . hall stream. Nutshell Typist 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Yearbook Typist 3, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Sr. Play Comm. 4, Honor Guard 3, Jr. Prom Comm. 2, 3. GERALD HILL "Cherry Hill" . . . Little boy with a big horn. Fire Warden 4, Pep Club 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball .l.V. 3, Varsity 4, Football J.V. l, Soccer Varsity 4. JAMES HOOKER Quiet . . . and content. l35 DELORES MAY JOH Clothes-happy. F.T.A. 3, 4, Sec. 4: NSON Pep Club 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, Orchestra l, 2, 3. 4. 2, 3,4 36 PAMELA HORR A horse enthusiast . . . until she falls ofll F.H.A. l, 2, 3, V. P. 'l, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Honor Guard 3, Hockey Frosh, J. V. 2, LaCrosse Frosh, GAIL CELESTE HUBER "Buber" . . . stormy . . . one of the ten. Chess Club 4, F.T.A. 2, Pep Club 4, Span.-Amer. Bk. Club 2, 3, Sec. 3, Student Concert- Goers 3, 4, Jr. Play Comm., Sr. Play Comm., Honor Cer- tilicate 2, 3, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Basketball J.V. 2, 3, Var- sity 4, Hockey J.V. Manager 3, LaCrosse J.V. Manager 2, Softball Frosh, J.V. 2, Year- book Staff 4. RALPH LEON JOHNSTON ay kicking specialist Fire Warden 4 Football Frosh JV 3 Varsity 4 Traclc Spring Frosh ROBERT A JOHNSTON Freddie Foolball Throw t Ro ert pretty suave Fire Warden 3 4 Latn Club Bo s ee Club Mixed Chorus I 2 Boslret ball Frosh Football Frosh JV arslty J Prom Comm 3 KENNETH A. JOHNSON H.A.S.l.A.l.N .... Kool lrid . . . Kool player . . . Kool personality . . . "Ken Kool." Business Ed. Society 3, 4, Fire Warden 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Baseball Frosh, Football Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Track Varsity 2, Jr. Prom Comm. 3. CHARLES GREGORY KACHUR "Greg" . . . great financier . . . borrows and loans - mostly borrows. Chess Club 3, 4, Fire Wor- den 4, Attendance Certificate l, 2. RENEE ANTOINETTE JONES "Colt-45" . . . Uncle Joe. F.H.A. 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Jr. Red Crass Rep. 3, Library Assist., l, 2, Pep Club 3, 4, All-state Opera 4, Chair 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Orch. l, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Comm. 4, Attendance Certifi- cate l, 3, Honor Certificate I, Basketball Frosh. JAMES FRASER JORDAN Dependable . . . engineer for the streamlined Nutshell . . . "Henry." Monitor Club Dept. Head 4, Nutshell Editor-in-Chief 4, News and Sports Editor, 3, Jr, Y's Men 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Honor Certificate 2, Golf Varsity 3. PEGGY ROBERTS KAMUF P. K .... "Fumak" . . . terrific gal . . . iust wow! Latin Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Council l, 2, 4, Yearbook Girls Sports 4, Citizenship Inst, Game At- tendant 3, 4, Girls Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Honor Certilicate 2. 3, Honor Guard 3, Basketball Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Hockey Frosh, Varsity 4, Softball Varsity I, 2, French Club 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3. ROBERT E. KANDLE A light in many lives. Chess Club 4, Fire Warden 4, Bowling Varsity 2, French Club 4,.Soccer Varsity 4. JACQUIE KENUK Maine-iac . . . artistic flair. Nutshell Literary and Art Staffs 4, Bus Monitor 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Yearbook Art Staff 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Cheer- leader 3, Co-Capt. 4, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Sr. Play Cast 4. I37 CAROLE KING Purr-fect . . . long suffer- ing "Dorothy" . . . finesse. F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Membership Ch.' l, 2, Parliamentarian l, 2, Jr. Red Cross Rep. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Sr. Play Cast 4, Nutshell Manuscript Editor, Girls, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. SUSAN M. KNOLL Susie . . . u girl who gets in everything . . . never men- tion "pluy"l F.T.A. 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Yearbook Senior Staff 4, Game Attendant 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Stu- dent Director 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Student Producer 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, French Club 4, Basketball Frosh. l38 DAVID KINSEY D.N.K .... had a nice time in Nice . . . slightly left of center. Latin Club 3, 4, Fraetor 4, Student Council 4, Band l, 3, 4, Brass Choir I, 4, Dance Band l, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast 3, Jr. Rotarians 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Jr. Prom Comm., French Club Pres. 4, Swimming Frosh l, Varsity 3, 4. JOHN KINSEY "l'm all messed up" . . . who said he's ugly . . . and what's this about a grand- mother? Traffic Monitor 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Football Frosh, J.V. 2, Swimming Fresh, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Soccer Var- sity 4. JAY H. KING "Are you blue, Jay?" EVELYN A. KOCH Reliable and reserved. Library Assistant 4, Attendance Certificate l. TOM KUHS Business Education Society 3, Fire Warden 4. CLAUDINA R. LEUCI "Dina" . . . sewing fiend. Camera Club 4: F.H.A. 3, 4, Library Assistant 4, Library Council 4, Jr. Play Comm. 3: Sr. Play Comm. 4. PAUL GEORGE LEADER Has a faith io live by. Fire Warden 4, Business Ed- ucafion Society 3. JOHN A. LEPPMAN "John'L." . . . a Latin scholar . . . "in one sense, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Nuishell Feature Ed. 3, Editorial Board 4, Sludenl' Concert-Goers 2, 3. 4: Yearbook Activities Ed. 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Boys Glee Club 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast 3: Jr. Rolariang Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Sr. Play Cas! 3, 47 Honor Certificate 1, 2, 3: Prom Comm. 3. E. GENA LAW Brain of the senior math class . . . loves the flute. Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Student i Concert-Gaers 2, 3: Band l, 2, 3, 41 Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3: Junior Play Comm. 3: Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, Orches- ira l, 2, 3, 4. i LENORA J. LIEBERMAN Dig that bass . . . chemistry anyone? . . . "Lenny." Student Concert-Goers l, 2, Jr. Play Comm. 3: Sr. Play Comm. 4, Honor Certificate 2, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Girls Stale Allernate. I39 GEORGE A. LONG, Ill Pyramid . . . super skier . . . "Another yearbook meeting?" Chess Club 4, Yearbook Senior Statl 4, Nutshell 4, Operators 2, Student Concert-Goers 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Cast 4, Baseball J.V. 2, Varsity 4, Football Frosh, Swimming Frosh, Varsity 4, All-State Opera 3, 4, Moni- tor Club 4, Pep Club 3, 4. I40 E. BARTRAM LIPPINCOTT Smooth operator . . . watch Mr. Wizard . . . captain af the stage crew. Fire Warden 2, 3, Fire Chief 4, Operators l, 2, 3, 4, Stage Hands l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, Bays Glee Club 2, 3, Sr. Play Comm. 4, Cross Country Manager 3, Delaware Valley Science Fair Award 2, Glass- baro State College Exhibiter 3. EDWARD LITTLE Not so little on the basket- ball court . . . "shoot it up, Edl" Traffic Monitor 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Sr. Play Comm. 4, Basketball J.V. Capt. 3, Varsity 4, Football Fresh. CARY LOTT Quick "draw" McGraw . . . future Hi-Lit . . . "WlBG's wonderfull" Fire Warden 4. ROBERT J. LYNCH Bob . . . "What happened to the Roller-Roma?" Fire Warden 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Baseball Frosh, J.V. 3, Varsity 4, Football Frosh, J.V. 2, Jr. Play Comm. 3. ERI C LONGBOTTOM Shart-top . . . manly stride. Monitor Club 4, Pep Club 4, Yearbook Business Stall 4, Bays Glee Club 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Football Frosh, Varsity 4, Track-Spring Fresh, J.V. 3, Varsity 4. DANA LYNN MAINES Ballroom pains . . . write-in queen. Pep Club 3, 4, Student Coun- cil l, 3, Color Guard l, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Comm. 4, Attendance Certificate l, Honor Guard 3, Basketball Frosh, J.V. 2, Hockey Frosh, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, Softball Varsity l, 2, Varsity 4, Softball Var- sity l, 2, Jr. Prom Comm. BARBARA MAHLER "Barb" . . . her New England accent is Showing. KATHLEEN MARICICH "Kit" . . . suave in a very feminine way. F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Carr. Sec. 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Color Guard 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Comm. 4, Bowlilg J.V. 2, Hockey J.V. 1, 2. BONNIE ROSALIE MAINES Wind her un and she really goes . . . Cheerios cover girl. Pep Club 3. 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleaders Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Mix- ed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Attend- ance Certificate 2, Hockey Frosh, ANlTA ALEXANDER MASON Mushy . . . "Don't he so sel- fish!" . . . trips to Haver- ford. Latin Club l, 2, 3, 4, Assem- bly Usher 4, Fire Warden 4, Nutshell Literary Staff 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Concert- Goers l, 3, 4, Yearbook Or- ganizations Staff, Citizenship Inst. 3, Girls Glee Club l, 3, 4: Jr. Play Cast 3, Honor Certificate 3, French Club 4, Sr. Play Comm. Ch., LaCrosse Frosh, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, Game Attendant 4. CAROL ANN MALONEY Carol Color Guard . . . "What makes Sammie run?" F.H.A. 3, 4, Color Guard 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, Pep Club 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross Rep. 3, Hockey Frosh. l4I RAYMOND MASSEY Noted lor his acting: Abe Lincoln . . . Doctor Gillespy. Fire Warden 4: Band lg Dance Bond lg Orchestra l. JO-ANN MAZZARELLI Little Miss Spirited . . . our Homecoming Queen. Pep Club 3, 4, Treas. 45 Student Council 2, 4: Cheer- leaders J.V. 3, Varsity 4, Capt. 3, Ay Jr. Play Comm. l42 HOWARD MAYER "Howie" . . . mayor of Moarestown . . . stands high in the sky. Student Council l, 2, 3, 4g Band lg Boys Glee Club lp Jr. Play Comm. 3: Mixed Chorus 1, Sr. Play Comm. 4, Baseball Fresh, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Pep Club 3, 4. ROBERT S. MAZZA Jim Bunning an the mound. Baseball J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, Bowling J.V. 2, Varsity 47 Fire Warden 4. PATRICIA MAY Often seen . . . usually heard . . . lively redhead. F.H.A. lg Girls Glee Club l, 2. BERNARD F. MCCAFFERTY Bernie . . . another tall one . . . quiet in his own way . . . well-lilrecl. Track-Spring J.V. l, Varsity 2, Cross Country Varsity 2. JANE MARIE MCCAFFERTY "Janie" . . . "I'm your guard" . . . certainly no plain-Jane. F.H.A 4 Pe . l, 2, 3, : P Club 4: Yearbook Organizations Staff 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Game Attendant 3, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Girls Basket- ball Frosh, Varsity 3, 4, F,T.A. 2, 4, Sr. Play Comm. 4, Jr. Prom Comm. LINDA MELCER Attractive drum maiorette . . . neat in every way. Jr. Red Cross Rep. 2, 3, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Maiorettes l, 2, 3, 4, Capt. l, Drum Maior- ette 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Cast, Graduation Usher 3. WILLIAM MCKOWN Swimming and football lan . . . loves driving . . . "Don't let him get outside!" Monitor Club 4, Football Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Swim- ming Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, 4: Track-Spring Frash, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4. KATHLEEN McNElLL "Maneil" , . . whose side was she on at LenapefMSHS games? F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Dance Band l, 2, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Or- chestra l, 2, 3, Hockey Frosh, J.V. l, 2, Varsity 3, 4, La- Crosse Frosli, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Softball Frosh. JOHN MCGANN "Jar:lr" . . . man about town . . . "motley" '. . . Mr. Scuzzer. Student Council l, 3, Treas. 4, Yearbook Business Staff 4, Class Treas. 2, 3, Baseball Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, Bas- ketball Frosh, J.V. 3, Foot- ball Frosh, J.V. 2. HOWARD W. MICHAELS "Howie" . . . likes Abbotts ice cream . . . "try and walk that line." Mixed Chorus 3: Choir 3, Game Attendant 3, Basketball J.V. 3, Cross Country J.V. 2, Tennis Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, Capt. 3. I43 PHILIP N. MOOS Man from Jack Longs . . le bon gentilhomme. Baseball Frosh, Varsity Man ager 35 Football J.V. Man- ager 2. MARLENE MlDDLETON Pursued by a lamous football player . . . on the "best dressed" list. F.H.A. 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Game Attendant 2, 3, 4, Basketball J.V. 2. SUSANNE MOORER "Abernathie" . . . "Juliet is the sun" . . . strutting maior- ette. F.T.A. 4g Girls Glee Club t, 2, 3, 4: Maiorettes l, 3, 47 Attendance Certificate l, 2: ,Basketball Frosh: Hockey Frosh, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, Soft- ball Varsity 2. JEANNE ANN MORRISON The "Jeanie with the light brown hair" . . . miniature cheerleader with a soprano yell. Pep Club 3, 41 Yearbook Sen- iar Ed. 47 Band l, 2, 3, 4, All-State Chorus 3: Cheerlead- ers Varsity 3, 4g Choir 2, 3. 4: Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast 3: Sr. Play Comm. Ch. 4: Mixed Chorus 'l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 3, 41 Orchestra 1, 2, South Jer- sey Chorus 2, 3, 41 All-State Opera 2, 3, 4, French Club 4. I44 KENNETH A. MORTON Carefree gallant . . . watch that devilish grinl Fire Warden 1 O erators I : P 1 Attendance Certilicate 3, Mix- ed Chorus. B. KRISTINE MOSS "Kristy" . . . a true biology enthusiast . . . A.P. home- room. . F.H.A. 3, 4g Pep Club 3. 4: Girls Glee Club 3, 47 Jr. Play Cast 3: Orchestra l, 2: lgowling J.V. 25 Swimming J.V. SUSAN ELIZABETH MYLES "Hoodie" . . . hard-working office secretary . . . saved the yearbook, F.H.A. 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Year' bool: Senior Staff 4, Girls Glee club 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. l5Iay comm. 3, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Class Sec. 4, Honor Guard 3, Basketball Frosh, J.V. 2, Hockey Frosh, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, LaCrosse Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Office Sec. 3, 4. CHARLOTTE PARRY MULFORD "Totty" . . . really terrific at the piano . . . never learned to play poker. Pep Club 3, 4, Student Con- cert-Goers I, 2, 3, 4, All- State Opera 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4,'Choir 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 3, South Jersey Chorus 4, Mixed Cha- rus I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast 3, LaCrosse Frash, J.V. 2, Var- sity 4, Latin Club 3, 4, French Club 4. JUDITH ANNE MYERS "Jud" . . . archery champ. F.H.A. Treas. l, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Scribe 4, Library Assist. lp Student Concert- Goers l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Senior Staff 4, All-State Opera 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4, V.P. 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, .lr. Play Comm. 3, Mixed chorus 1, 2, a,'4, Orchestra 2, 3, S. Jersey Cho- rus 4, Honor Certificate 3, Honor Guard 3. DAVID L. NEWLIN, JR. Love his coat! . . . l1istory's favorite. Fire Warden I, 2, 3, Operators 3. EDWARD W. NEWLIN LINDA L. NORTH Great dresser . . . "How sweet Soft-spoken lady . . . front- it is" . . . Cup of tea, please. seater who won't take a back seat . . . ci Cinderella blonde. F.H.A. 4. l45 NANCY ELIZABETH NUGENT "Nugie" . . . quiet good looks . . . very individual. ELLEN MARY PAUVlER Bright eyes . . . knows the value of friendliness. library Assistant 2, 3, 4, Li- brary Council 3, 4, Yearbook Organizations Staff 4, Basket- ball J.V. 2, Soltball J.V. l, 2. I4b KENNETH OLCOTT "Bus No. 6 has iust left the platform" . . . never lets school interfere with education. Chess Club 4, Stage Hand 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Kiwanis 3, Russian Club I, Science Club 3, Math Club l, 3, Honor Club l. JOHN OSTERLING "Ossie" . . . goes tor explor- ing in a big way . . . a good tripper. Fire Warden l, Nutshell Rep. 3, Operators l, Student Council 3, 4, Boys Glee Club 'l, 3, 4, Boys State, Choir 3, 4, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Jr. Y's Mon 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Honor Certificate 2, Football Frosh, Swimming Varsity 3, Tennis Varsity 3, Track Frosh, J.V. 2. JIM O'CONNOR A tall, powerful Texan . . . a man who knows what's best. Chess Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Moni- tor Club 4, Math Club, Bowling Varsity 3, Soccer 4, Baseball J.V. 3, Science Club 4, Sr. Play Cast 4. DIANE PANICH "Dee Dee".. i . most provoco tive on the hockey field . . . "what a panicI" F.H.A. 4, F.T.A. 4, Yearbook Senior Staff, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls Stale Alternate, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3,'4, Sr. Play Comm., Hockey Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 4, Swimming Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Comm., Pep Club 3, 4, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4. GERALD W. PARKER "Jerry" . . . agreeable and unpretentious . . . a haPPY Hollander. RICHARD L. PAXTON Jovial . . . f'Leader of the Pack." Football Frash 'lg Track-Spring Manager 3, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, Attendance Certificate I. FREDERICK J. PASSEY Big Fred . . . shoemon . . . smooth-talking salesman. Operators 2, 3, 4, Fire Warden I, 3, 4. GLENN ROBERT PAULSEN "Romeo" . . . sharp dresser . . . who says all basketball players are giants? Fire Warden lp Monitor Club 45 Pep Club 3, 4, Spanish Amer. Bk. Club 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 'l, 2, Treas. lg Yearbook Distributor, Band l, 2, Bays Glee Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Chair 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4: Jr. Play Comm. 3, Jr. Rotarian 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra lg Class Vice-Pres. 4, Honor Certificate 3, Baseball Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Basketball Frosh, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4. ANN C. PARKINSON Likes red and gray skirts . . . the "sugar and spice" rhyme applies here. F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4. C DAVID DOUGLAS PAYNE Traveling man . bright whip . . . nobody's tool. I47 JOHN PEIRCE MARY PERLA Car enthusiast . . . little man Coiffvre specialist . . . "Italy with big powers . . . "pierc-. here I camel" ing" personality. Junior Play Usher, Student Sec- MARY JO PERLA Attractive and etlicient secre- tary . . . "l'm going to cryl" Business Education Society 3, 4, Jr. Play Usher. Fire Worden 4, Baseball J.V. 3. retory. EDWARD W. PETRILLO, JR. "Oily" . . . big, bod editor . . . trustworthy treasurer. Monitor Club 4, Pep Club 4, Jr. Prom Comm. Co-Ch. 3, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 4, Boys Sports Editor 3, Boys State Alternate, Jr. Play Cast, Jr. Y's Men 4,.Mixed Chorus 2, Honor Certificate 2, 3, Class Treas. 4, Basketball J.V. 2, Manager 3, 4, Bowling J.V. 2, Latin Club 2, Consul 4, Quaes- tor 3. I48 JOHN S. PEW, lll HAROLD PHILLIPS Gentleman farmer . . nice "Junie" . . . some basketball and near, players are giontsl Fire Chief 4, Monitor Club 4, Fire Warden 4: Boys State pep Club 3, 4, Band 1' 2, 3, Alternate, Basketball Fresh, Vor- Boys Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed sity 2. 3. 4: Truck-Spring Chorus 1, 2, 3, Track-Spring FfOSll. VUYSNY 31 4- Frosh. MARY EMMA QUEEN Quiet girl with beautiful hair. F.H.A. 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA E. PlCKETT One ol ten . . . moves like Picl:ett's charge . . . quite a character. Chess Club 4, F.T.A. 4, Li- brary Assistant l, 2, 3, 4, Li- brary Council President, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Concert- Goers 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Senior Staff, Game Attendant 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Carrgm.,,i ,lunior 'Prom Comm., 'French Club 4, Hockey Frosh, J.V. 1, 2, Softball Fresh, J.V. l, Tennis J.V. 3. NANCY LOUISE PRlNGLE Tall girl with the sweetness to match . . . "Pringle-Burger." F.T.A. 3, 4, Chess Club 4, Junior ,Prom Comm., Student Concert-Goers 3, 4, Junior Play Comm., Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball J.V. 2, 3. ROBERT REICH MARY LYNNE RITCHIE "Reicher" . . . "Any gripes, Sweet girl with a friendly Bob?" . . . Olympian swim- mBI'. Chess Club 4, Fire Warden, Swimming Frosh, J.V. 2, Var- sity 3, 4. smile. Student Secretary 4. NANCY READ "Readie" . . . love those dimples . . . "What did the monitors do now?" F.H.A. 2, 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Scribe 3, Monitor Club Sec. 4, Pep Club 3, Student Concert- Goers l, 2, 3, 4, Student Court 3, Yearbook Organization Edi- tor 4, French Club 4, Jr. Prom Comm., Cheerleaders Frosh, Co-Capt. Frosh, Choir 3, 4, Section Ld. 4, Game Attendant 2, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls State 3, Junior Play Cast, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 4, South Jersey Chorus 3, 4, Or- chestra l, Honor Certificate l, 2, 3, Basketball Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, LaCrosse Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3: Honor Guard 3. I49 DOROTHY ROBERTS "Dot" . . . whiz at the stave . . . likes Canada. F.H.A. l, 2, 3,, 4, Pres. 4, Treas., Carr. Sec.,l, Library Assistant l, 2, Library Council 1, 2, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Girls State 3, Junior Play Cast, Attendance Certificate 'l, Class Officer l, 2, 3, Secretary, Honor Guard 3, Student Con- cert-Goers i. JO ANN SAUSELElN "Bill-Ann" . . . q truly charm- ing girl . . . has an attachment to the U. of Delaware. F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Con- cert-Goers 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band l, 2, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, Hockey Frosh, J.V. l, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Frosh, Bus Monitor. l50 DAWN H. RODMATI MARTIN ROGERS Happy girl with a lot of ques- Marty . . . or "Reels" . . . tions. the man who prefers "Scots." F.H.A. 4, Library Assistants l, Monitor Club 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 4, Junior Prom Comm., .lunior Basketball J.V. l. Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Baseball J.V.,2, 3, Varsity 4, Football Fresh, Swimming Var- sity 4. ' NANCY ANN ROBINSON "Who's that laughing hysteri- cally?" F.H.A. 4, Library Assistants 3 4, Girls Glee Club 'lp Attend once Certificate 1. GEORGE H. SCHIFFER ll "Sam" . . . wields a hot guitar . . . "No more com- mittees, pleasel" Pep Club 3, 4, Student Concert- Goers 4, Student Council 3, 4, Yearbook Senior Staff 4, Junior Play Cast, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Senior Play Cost, Junior Prom Comm. Football Frosh, Co- Capt., Frosh, J.V. 2, 3, Swim- ming Varsity 2, Track-Winter Frosh, Track-Spring Frosh, J.V. 2, Latin Club 2. JOHN PETER SCHMIT American Cup Winner . . . wonders why we clon't have a iazz combo. Fire Warden 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Band 3, 4, BoYs Glee Club 3, 4, Dance Bond 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4. ROSALIE ANNE SEEBE Imitates Marilyn Monroe pretty well . . . "Rosie" F.H.A. 1, Jr. Red Cross 2, Spanish-American Book Club 3, 4, Yearbook Activities 4, Pho- tography 4, Junior Prom Comm. 3, Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Comm., Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Honor Certificate l, Bus Monitor, Chess Club 3, Latin Club 3, Cheer- leader J.V. 3, Senior Play Cast, LaCrosse Frosh J.V. l, 2, Var- sity 4. NANCY SCHNITZIUS JOHN SHERRINGTON "Schnilz" . . . peppy cheer- SCHULTZE leader . . . a girl with a lot wild , , I win, , , , Q fed. of 159- headed koolr. Cheerleader Frosh, J.V. 2, Var- Chess club 17 Jr' Red cms, ily 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, . 5, 3' 4: Bond 1' 2' 3' 4' Rep. 3, Basketball Frosh I LOUIS SCHITZER Owner of beautiful blue eyes . . . "Why don't you ge: ci good car, Lou?" Chess Club 1, Baseball J.V. 3, Graduation Usher 3. PHll.l.lP SEEL Easily liked . . . a conscien tious gentleman. Fire Warden, Mixed Chorus I 2, Football J.V., Manager Soccer Frosh. l5l JOHN C. SHEPHERD ELOISE F. SHOCKLEY Math and science brain . . . A real charmer . . . a true hope he never loses his marvelous disposition. saphistica te. Fire Warden 4: Pep Club 3, Monitor Club 4: Spanish- 4: All-State Opera 3: Choir American Book Club 3: Junior Y's Man 4: Basketball Frosh: 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. LYNN E. SH ROPSHIRE Sparkling eagerness in a pretty girl. Camera Club 'l, 3: Yearbook Art Staff: Game Attendant 3, 4: Girls Glee Club 2: Junior Play Comm.: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Comm.: French Club: String Quartet 'l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball J.V. 2. l52 Cross Country Varsity 2, 3: Football Frosh: Traclr-Spring Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4. NANCY ANNE SMITH A strong supporter of women's rights . . . a dynamic actress. Library Council Treasurer 4: Yearbook Photography 4: Girls Glee Club l 2, 3, 4: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Atftendance Certificate 3: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. PAMELA MARGARET SMITH Bouncy blonde . . . knows the value of a stitch in time . . . "A forty Ford, where?" . . . Jr. Red Cross Rep. 3, 4, Co- Chairman 4: Nutshell Business Staff 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Student Council 4: Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Softball J.V. I, 2: Soph. Class Cabinet. KAREN ELIZABETH SMITH Girl who ehioys life . . . wonderful sense of humor. Yearbook Distributor 4: Junior Play Comm.: Orchestra 1, 2: Senior Play Comm.: LaCrosse Frosh, Varsity Manager 4. seas JOSEPH E. SPERA Soft-spoken monitor . . . re- served and dignified. Monitor Club 4, Student Coun- cil 'l, 2, Attendance Certiticate l, Football Frosh. BRUCE SOBOLESKI "Uncle Varsity" . . , tall, blond and muscular. Latin Club 2, 4, Fire Warden 3, Chess Club l, Monitor Club 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Court 2, Junior Prom Comm., Football Frash, J.V. 2 Co-Capt., Var- sity 3, 4, Swimming Frosh, Track-Spring Frosh. RONALD CHARLES SORR Ronnie . . . gentleman tram the art department. Chess Club 4: Yearbook Typist, Art Staff, Boys Glee Club l, 4, Senior Play Cast, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3 4, Attendance Certificate 2, Bowling 2, 3. JOHN W. STEVENS Courteous . . . easy-going. DAVID STOKES "Stogie" . . . mon behind the scenes . . . big bass. Monitor Club 4, Operators I, 2, 3, 4, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Boys Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Game Attendants 3, 4, Senior Play Comm., Mixed Chorus l 2, 3, 4, Mixed En- semble 3, 4, Junior Play Comm., Bowling J.V. 2, 3, Cross Coun- try Varsity 4, Science Club 4, Wrestling J.V. 4. ERIC L. STARK "He likes people . . . people like him." . . . a success in whatever he does. Monitor Club 4, Boys State, Football J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, Track-Spring Frosh, Chess Club I, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 'l, 2, 3, 4. I53 MIRIAM MAYS STOUT Short and cute cheerleader . . . truly vivacious . . . loves New Orleans. Pep Club 4, Cheerleaders J.V. 3. Co-Capt. 3, Varsity 4, Jun- ior Play Comm., Senior Play Comm., Honor Guard 3, Bas- ketball 1, LaCrosse I, J.V. 3, 4. URMAS TALVET "Swamp Scuz" . . . a south- ern gentleman. Traffic Monitor 4, Junior Ro- tarian 4, Track-Spring 4. l54 RONALD CHARLES KARIN MAY SWINDELL SWEETEN demure' lass .U . . not the "Ron Charles" . . a platter kmd Whod swmdleu 70"- chatterer. F-H-A 2. 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Fire Warden 1- Sr. Play Cast and Comm. 4, Attendance Certificate I, Bas- ketball J.V. 1, 2, 4. ROSS F. SWEENY JR. Little man who swings a big trumpet. Pep Club 4, Yearbook Stall, Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Comm., Basketball Varsity 2. 3, Manager, Tennis J.V. 2. KATHARINE LOUISE TANK "Kathy" . . . loquacious . . . cheery outlook on life. Chess Club 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Library Assist. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Library Council 2, 3, 4, Nutshell Typist 4, Pep Club 'I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Comm. 4, Attendance Certilicate 2, French Club 4, Baseball J.V. 2. 4. GEORGE LEWIS TAUBEL Ill Likes Community House signs . . . Are you ever serious? . . . AAU champ. Student Council Representatives 1, 2, Junior Play Cast, Com- mittee, Attendance Certificate 3, Junior Prom Committee, Swimming J.V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Track- Spring Varsity 3, 4, Senior Play Committee 4, Nut- shell Business Stafl 4. CHRISTIAN BRUCE UMBERGER "Chris" . . . tenor soloist . . . parlez-vous Espanol? Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Spanish-American Book Club 3, 4, Yearbook Stall 4, All-Stale Chorus 4, All-State Opera 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Boys Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Brass Choir 1, Choir 1, 2, 3 4, Junior Play Cast, Junior Y's Man 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 3, 4, Senior Play Cast, Honor Certiliciate 3. EVELYN MARY TRAINER "Evy" . . . peaches and cream . . . nearly always hysterical. F.H.A. 3, 4, Nutshell Editor 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Calor Guard 3, 4, Captain 4, Girls Glee Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Senior Play Cast. P. DOUGLAS TRICE V.W. lan . . . another A.A.U. swimming champion . . . Perry. Latin Club 3, 4, Traffic Moni- tor 4, Prom Committee 3, Boys Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Buse- ball Frosh, Football Frosh, Co- captain J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, Swimming Frosh, Varsity 2, 3, 4. ' RONALD THIEDE Smooth and shrewd . . . well- mannered. Monitor 4, Football Frosh, J.V. 2, Track-Spring J.V. 3, Soccer 4. CHARLES URBAN "Chuck" . . . small man with a big voice. l55 SUSAN E. VAUGHAN "Scrawny" . . . or better "Sussie" . . . loves land . . . a scatterbrained sweetie. Nutshell Editor Business 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Cost, Comm., Mixed Chorus 'l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Comm., LaCrosse 1, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4. l56 GORDON WAYNE VANCITTERS Gentleman genius . . . "still waters run deep." - Camera Club 3, 4, Nutshell Photography 4, Operators 2, Student Concert-Gaers 2, 4, Student Court 4, Boys Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Boy! State 4, Choir 2, 3, Treas. 4, Junior Y's Man 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 4, South Jersey Chorus 4, Honor Certifi- cate 2, 3, 4, Swimming Frosh, Track-Spring Fresh, J.V. 2, 3, French Club 4. BARBARA LOUISE ANNE VanlDERSTlNE The clown . . . a friendly, good-naturecl gal . . . sharp wit. Bus Monitor 4: F.l'l.A. l, 3, 4, Student Concert-Goers 2, 4, Yearbook Typist '4, Distributor 3, Junior Play Comm., Honor Certificate, Honor Guard 3, French Club 4, Junior Prom Comm. BARBARA VERRATTI "Maier" . . . of the moiorettes . . . sparkling girl. Pep Club 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2. 3: Moiorettes 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Bowling Varsity 3, 4. NICHOLAS VONCELLIS "Nicky" . . . important part of MSHS's stalwart defense . . . easy-going. Student Council l, 2, Junior Y's Men 4, Class Officer 'l, Basketball Fresh, J.V. 2, Var- sity 3, Capt. 4, Football Frosh, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, Capt. 4. ELIZABETH GUILLAN WALKER "Betsy" . . . a good rider . . . sweet and serene. Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Student Concert-Goers 4, Yearbook Assist. Editor 4, Distributor 4, Band l, 2, 3, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Honor Certifi- cate 2, 3, Honor Guard 3, La- Crosse Frosh, French Club 4. ROBERT M. WILKINS A "truck" driver . . . un assuming guy. Camera Club 'I: Operators 4: Football Fresh, J.V. 2. VERONICA M. WALOWY "Roni" . . . capable and al- ways willing. F.H.A. 3: Pep Club 4: Year- book 4: Calor Guard 4: Game Attendant 3: Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE WELSH "Duck, Chico" . . . "There's a nice little road with pretty little trees." F.H.A. 3: 2, 'I, 4: Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Play Com- mittee: Basketball J.V. l. NANCY T. WILSON "Nance" . . . sweetness and sincerity plus . . . graceful dancer. Jr. Red Cross Representative 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Yearbook Or- ganizations Stall 4: Cheerlead- ers J.V. 2: Varsity 3: Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Play Cast. Committee: Senior Play Committee: Softball J.V. l, 2: Junior Pram Committee. VIRGINIA RANDOLPH WILSON "Randy" . . . a vivacious gal . . . love her voice! Nutshell Art Co-Editor 3: Pep Club 3. 4: Student Concert- Goers 3: LaCrosse Varsity 3: Mixed Chorus l, 2: Basketball Frosh, Capt.: Hockey J.V. I, 2. KATHLEEN WILLIAMS "Kathi" . . . elfervescent brunette . . . winning smile. F.H.A. l, 3, 4: Nutshell Typist: Pep Club 3: Student Council 3, 4: Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Jr. Play Comm. 3: Softball I. l57 DIANE LORRAINE WOOD A striking beauty . . . con- stant European commuter. F.H.A. 1, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Rep. 2, Pep Club 3, Student Council l, 3, 4, Junior Play Comm., Drum Maiorette l. BARBARA SUE ZANGER "Bobs" . . . good-nctured . . . has a habit at sticking her toot in her mouth, F.H.A. 1, 2,'3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Comm., Basketball J.V. 'l: Bowling J.V. 2, 3: Softball J.V. l. I58 DELORES GAYLE YANCEY A quiet girl with great depth . . . i:lidn't miss the Burlington game! F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Library Assist. 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Council 4, Pep Club 3..4, Yearbook Distributor 2, 3, Game Atten, 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, .tunior Play Cast 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Honor Guard 3. JAMES E. YOUNG "Squat" . . . typical reac- tion: "You're kidding me?" . . . auto bog. Operators t, Game Attendant 2, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, At- tendance Certiticare 1, 3. CAROL ANNE WOODLAND "Woody" . , . long brunette tresses . . . accents any crowd. Pep Club 3, 4, Girls Glee Club l, 2. 3, Maiorettes l, 2, 3, 4. SUZZANNE ZIMMER Elsie in the Home Ec. class . . . "Frenchie" . . . spicy addition to the class. F.H.A. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Senior Play Cast. ALAN BRUCE STlLUVlAN A true professional . . . pas- sibly Broadway bound? Chess Clubg Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cash Fire Warden 4. VAUGHN ZORN CHARLES W. ZULKER Has a passion for cars. Charlie, . . . a renowned snake can Froshp Track-Spring Froshp Sven-ul-Sh J.V. 2. 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Schaal, Dealer Congratulations to the Graduates of 1965 'MY' S Pleasing You Pleases Us Congratulations to the Class ot '65 from STEELMAN BUSINESS SCHOOL 502 Linden Street, Camden 2, New Jersey Phone WOodlawn 4-3369 May we invite you to visit our school at your convenience Complete Business Training, Refresher Courses, Summer School. Speed Building Courses in Gregg Shorthand and Typewriting. lndividual Instruction, Day or Evening Classes Approved by N. J. State Dept. ot Education PHONE BE 5-IO94 "No One Knows Pain+ Like a Pain+er" JOSEPH P. SUTTON Inferior and Exferior Painfing 207 S. Church Sfreef MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY BE s-assi I Come io Eshablished :sos MOORESTOWN FURNITURE IOI E. Main S+., Moores+own. N. J. FRANK REYNOLDS Helping you creafe a OPM' Evenings Beaufiful Home is our business Sunday I-6 30-60-90-Charges-Low Monihly Paymenis Formerly Scheofz-Clymer's lBucl:s Couniyl Save 252 or More EVAN wooDoTH 'E ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR I 268 E. Main Si-reei' MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY BE 5-0525 THE COUNTRY HOUSE On Scenic Sfrawbridae Lulce in Mooresfown. N. J. I by ABLASE A. RAvnclo THE RETURN OF X LUXURY EARLY AMERICAN HOMES ABOVE 530,000 I67 BURLINGTON COUNTY TRUST COMPANY "Growing WHI1 Burlingfon CounI'y" SEVEN CONVENIENT OFFICES MOORESTOWN. N. J. MAPLE SHADE MOORESTOWN MALL MOUNT HOLLY LENOLA RANCOCAS MASONVILLE Member Federal Deposii' Insurance Corporaiion CRUNCH .xx We W N3i1qFfse H X Xmxgg 'ASVQ N vc x N 'W -. 'N . X gxx wg-xxxxst: X . Q Q nf XIQS C xxQ?ixSxxx,Fxx of s'L .nk if I noni' Nx 6 .wi X I 6 s 0 f QUALITY CONFECTIONS BDWERS CANDIES NEW ALBANY ROAD M OORESTOWN, N. J. N mmx X N CASHEW A 'N x - ,., ay ., x Q T.. I X C23-xmxw.-.-.Nm ....x . -Q--"Eff - y . . xx I XEX il X . 5. 5 255 QW' I 1 qowl' N ' gif H V. .if if-als, CRUNC SCAN DIA F. S. Church S+ree'I I2I Wes? Main S'l'reeI' MOORESTOWN' N' J' MOORESTOWN' NEW JERSEY Scandinavian Giffs Furnirure BE 5-409I DUNCAN BUICK, INC. Buick Authorized Dealer-Sales and Service 2I9' W. Main Sheei' MOORESTOWN. N. J. 235-3 300 I69 ALBERT ELLIS l24 Mill Si'ree'I' MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY -mf Arg, fig' 1' f ,gg 1 AA. I F45 "fi 1 ' LJ 1 1 E. C. Worrell, Inc. ALBERT E. MELLOR, JR., Pres. Plumbing-Healing-Oil Burners-Pumps .'f'fff'l'1'f'if FIR I iolillfllllrl IV FUR! l'4b ION kkill NIV- I BE 5-0030 5.0529 II5 E. Third S+. 5.3176 Mooreslown, N. J. Congra'l'ula'l'ions +o l'he CLASS OF l965 The REXALL Store SIDNEY A. GREENBLATT. Reg. Pharm. 76 E. Main Sireel' Mooresfown, N. J. SERVING MOORESTOWN FAITHFULLY SINCE l9l0 Besl Wishes Always RICE AND HOLMAN Largesl Organizalion in lhe Eas'l Used Car and Truck Cenfer Headquarlers Admiral Wilson Boulevard Mooreslown Pills CAMDEN MERCHANTVILLE MOORESTOWN DRUG STORE YOUR PRESCRIPTION STORE WE DELIVER Jos. M. Wujcik and Son, Reg. Ph. BE 5-l279 6' veeemglss el' ,f x 1 - . ' G4, Wy Q I QQ- U O0 JAYS HAIR DESIGN If T "' 'PQ 33 East Main Street Q' 5 'J' MOORESTOWN, N. J. BE 5-5550 RALPH'S MARKET BE 5-0l32 I3l W. Main Street, tvloorestown WOLF'S QUALITY STORE A Complete Food Market Authorized Amana Food Plan Dealer Main and Church Sts. Moorestown, N. J. PHONES BElmont 5-0604 BEImont 5-0605 COOK'S FLORIST Wedding Consultation Member ot Haddon Charge Member of F.T.D. 27 E. Main Street II5 N. Black Horse Pike MOORESTOWN, N. J. RUNNEMEDE, N. J. BE 5-7929 YEllowstone I -7 I 93 Congratulations from THE ARCHADE DELICATESSEN II5 W. Main Street MOORESTOWN, N. J. BE 5-9800 Phone BE 5-2654 FLYING FEATHER FARM Bar-B-O Chickens and Turkeys Open All Winter Friday and Saturday 9-6 BRIDGEBORO ROAD MOORESTOWN, N. J I73 MODERN FACILITIES CONVENIENT LOCATION MORE REASONABLE SERVING EVERY RELIGION BE 5-5555 I0 Wesf Main S+ree+ MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY CIRCLE DINER Ar-IisI"s Supplies Good Food Hobbies QPEN Super Kem-Tone 24-HOURS SCHEIDER'S COLOR CENTER DAY BE 5-2708 2l7 Chesier Ave. MSHS Siudenfs Welcome MOORESTOWN- N- J- TRAILWAYS BUS STATION HOLLI NGSH EAD COMPANY 3rd and CI1es'I'nu'I SI'reeI' MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY FUEL OIL WITH BURNER SERVICE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS COAL AND FEED POWER es MOWEKS Service Sal Phone BE 5i0300 NICHOLS PRODUCTS COMPANY Incorporated Manufaciurers of I' Surgical Specialiies Elecironic Equipmen , 'Precision Meial and Plasiic Paris PHONE BE 5-0877 I 325 W. MAIN STREET MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY Four Barbers on Dufy for Quick 5e"'Ice LLOYD a LEWIS FRANICS BARBER SHOP Au+omo+ive Repairs I0 Wesi' Second Sireei' Texaco Producis MOORESTOWN' NEW JERSEY Firesfone Tires Delco Bafferies Zf0UfTI..L,30 PM T!1'f,'II.'L"lf1 PHONE BE Mm ROUTE 38 Sai.. 8:30 AM.-6:00 PM. Phone MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY Closed Wednesday I75 CALL - BE 5-5I-10 SUPREME TIRE SERVICE Camden and Cofiage Avenue MOORESTOWN. N. J. BE 5-6I50 GOODYEAR Tires BaH'eries Accesso les BUDGET TERMS 5,-nuns g g Insured Safely for Your Savings INSURED Iaivlmft, wjsz. .Q MooREsTowN 3 '9 'P SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION Currenl' Dividend Rafe 4M Per Annum 47 East Main S+.. Moores+own, N. J. 'Y1',f5ygXW Homogenized Vifamin D Milk O CoH'age Cheese Golden Guernsey "America's Table Milk" LOCUST LANE FARM DAIRY Phone BElmonI' 5-l800 Phone NOrmandy 2-2766 "Since I922 the Better Milk" J. S. COLLINS 81 SON, INC. Lumber, Millwork, Hardware, Cemenl, Painis, Fuel Oil Coal and Garden Supplies Mooreslown, Riverside. Riverion Merchanlville, Maple Shade, N. J. Congratulations to the I965 Graduating Class Compliments of the RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA Moorestown Engineering Plant THE COLONY PRESS Prinfing - Adveriising GEORGE E. CRAGG Phone BE 5-I780 Cenferfon Road MASONVILLE NEW JERSEY BROOK'S GULF SERVICE fires-bafferies-Iowing N. E. Corner Main SI. and LippincoH' Ave. PHONE: NOrmandy 2-9762 MAPLE SHADE, N. J. Phone: BE 5-97I6 SERVICE ' QS S QL. INN Call-Delivery-Road Service-Tune-Up Our Speciaify 225 CHESTER AVENUE Mooresfown, New Jersey HOWARD W. LAUDERBACK JOSEPH J. ROMANO, Proprietors 3 EL. If- D-in-naP"' Dining Room and Cocldail Lounge Roufe 73 a'I' Exif 4 N. J. Turnpike MOORESTOWN, N. J. BEImon1' 5-3500 JOHN'S BARBER SHOP See John's CompIe+eIy New, Modern, Shop Any Sfyle Haircui 2I5 CHESTER AVENUE MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY Across from Pos? Office HOURS: 8:30 A.M. 'Io 6:30 P.M. STANWICK GARAGE Auiomobile and Truck Repairs BE 5-0I68 Roufe 38 MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY FISHER'S SERVICE STATION Accessories Bicycle Repairs 300 Chesfer Avenue MOORESTOWN. N. J. BE 5-6632 Complimenfs of COHEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 79 E. Main S+. MOORESTOWN, N. J. Compliments of WARWICK FASHIONS S'I'iles and Park Avenues MAPLE SHADE. NEW JERSEY Complimenls of JOHNSON'S STORE 7 E. MAIN STREET MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY OuI'FiHers for Men and Boys MICHAEL STERNS SUITS - VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS FLORSHEIM SHOES OTHER STORES IN HADDONFIELD AND MEDFORD PHONE NO 2-5220 CHERRY VALLEY BOWLING ACADEMY Mooresiown Circle R+. 73 Maple Shade Soufh of RI. 38 New Jersey Open Bowling 7 days a week Res+auranI Lounge Billiards Under Ihe Managemeni- of Cherry Valley 64 LANES AIR CONDITIONED Nursery and Television Room 45 A V 3, -' -. K . . 't hin' ' , 1 .... ... . ,fwfr .' D Nuhghoais + : , X.. , dl ro uc s "N A. .V R BISHOP'S DAIRIES QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone HObar+ If0476 Riverside, New Jersey ART SHARP AUTOMOBILE DEALER Admiral Wilson Boulevard CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY E C asf Branch No. 27 WRIGHT JEWELERS NEAL L. HART 55 Easl' Main Sfreel' Your Headquarlers for Class-Male Jewelry cuslomizecl wil'l1 M. H. S Name and Color-Charms--Charm Rings-Class Pins Pendanls-Tie Tacs-Tie Bars C. E. SCHEMELlA'S Moorestown Studio BE 5-0 I 67 Pholographers 23 Easl Main Slreel MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY Realtors and Insurors B. T. EDGAR 81 SON 25 Easl' Main Slreel' Mooreslown, New Jersey BE 5-OIOI THE THIS AND THAT EXCHANGE ls 'l'l1e Moo-reslown Resale Shopping Cenler Selling sewer Things for 1.655 We Buy ancl Sell Anfiques Also Any Saleable Merchandise 236-238 W. MAIN STREET BE 5-l3l6 COMPLETE REAL ESTATE ORGANIZATION Mortgage Bankers "' SALES 'I' MORTGAGES 'I' APPRIAISALS "' RENTALS "' MANAGEMENT "' INSURANCE Realtors NUTTER MORTGAGE SERVICE 509 Cooper Sfreef, Camden I, New Jersey-WO 3-5I00 2I I4 Phila. Naf'I. Bank Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.-LO 3-8520 Congratulations to the Class of I965 JOSEPH B. KERNAN REALTOR 59 East Main Street Moorestown, N. J. OPEN EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS CALL ANYTIME BE 5-4832 Congratulations to Class of I965 KARL E. ROBINSON CHEVROLET, INC. SBIGS-SBFVJCG New Jersey Route 38 MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY STEWARD R. MAINES CO. General Contracting MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY Phone Moorestown, BE 5-I946 MELCER and SON Quality Meats, Grocery and Produce Marne Highway PHONES BE 5-9708 MASONVILLE, NEW JERSEY BE 5-028l Visit Your Nation's Capitol You Will Be Comforiable Caiered io and Warmly Welcomecl ai' +he EBBITT HOTEL Tenih ancl H Sireefs, N.W. WALTER L. GREEN General Manager F. J. CCLLMER Resideni' Manager STOCKWELL-KNIGHT COMPANY afylsczflfoza - Ezaufzou 45 Eas+ Main S+ree+ Mooresiown. N- J- BElmon+ 5-4222 Make Us Your Headquarfers SEDDOWS ATLANTIC for Household Needs Wesi' Main S'i'ree'i and Union Sfreei MCCHESNEYS HARDWARE BE 59745 BE s.osoo 4I EAST MAIN STREET MOORESTOWN' NEW JERSEY MooREsTowN NEW JERSEY li i ,,: 4 . 4 M ugeel., ,li ,Q lg-N' T 2 TT we Q 'Tl ' . T"ii"i'5g"? 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THOMSON Electrician Phone BE 5-00I8 I25 East 2ncI Street MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY GENERAL ELECTRIC Heating, Air Conditioning Appliances J. WITTMAN 81 SONS INC 5 E. Main Street Moorestown, New J BE 5-0622 Morfgages Nofary Insurance J OI-IN V. E CompIimen+s of I00 Wesi' Camden Avenue RALPH BURKLEY 1 MOORESTOWN, N. J. I JOHN v. WATERS BE 5-2700 MOORESTGWN FROZEN FO0D CENTER Locus+ Sireei' and R. R. Phone: BEImonI' 5-004I WHOLESALE RETAIL , Producer of Pressure Treafed PosI's Compllmenfs nd L b a um er M N of USE LEONARD A. DUFFY A OR HO Manufacfurer of I3 W. Main S+reeI' Wooden Fences MOORESTOWN' NEW JERSEY The Paddock, Roufe 38, Mooresfown, N. J Banqueis and Cafering BE 5-l3I5 Compliments of the Pep Club P cl GyRlc V P d+T DllRH S 'rySh yEll T JA M ll Ad M J S I1 Compliments of STUDENT COUNCIL and the STUDENT STORE 35' ix sa wif' Q ' 1 st..' . x , . Ml a ff? :G u g 6 i S ' h I '. T' www w . 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