Mount Holly High School - Red Oak Yearbook (Mount Holly, NJ)

 - Class of 1942

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Davis Neal H. Troth Francis P. Gerry William Vaughan Alden D. Elberson William Vaughan, Mount Holly, President George T. Reid, Lumberton, Vice President Arthur D. Cross, District Secretary Harold T. Hornor, Eastampton, Custodian Samuel H. Davis, Westampton Marriott G. Haines, Hainesport William A. Stringfellow, Mount Holly Neal H. Troth, Mount Holly Francis P. Gerry, Mount Holly Alden D. Elberson, Mount Holly 4 . Arthur D. Cross Administration Ernest L. Saul, B. S., M. A. Ohio State University Columbia University Supervising Principal l Milford Franks, A. B., M. A. Whitman College Columbia University Principal FACULTY Harvard Donald K. Bonney, B. A., M. Ed. , Dickinson Penn State Everett P. Bradley, B. S., M. Ed. Cornell University Rutiters University Albert R. Brinkman, A. B. Montclair State Teachers College William G. Carey, Mus. Bac. lthaca Colleize of Music Combs' College of Music Temple University University of Pennsylvania Violet I. Chance, B. S., M. A. Temple University Frank G. Cheesman, B. S. C. Rider College Blanche VVieland Coffee, B. S. Penn State Doris Combs, B. S. in Education. Rider College Alvin B. Cooney, B. S. in Ed. Millersville State Teachers College Clarence B. Davenport, B. S. Pennsylvania State College Elizabeth M. Davenport, A. B., M. A. Wilson College Columbia University Madaline S. Dickol, B. S., A. B., M. A. Bucknell University Penn State Albert O. Dreher, B. A., M. A. Bucknell University Columbia, University Wilmer II. Fennell, B. S. in Bus. Ed. Trenton State Teachers College Betty Anderson, A. B., D. F. Elsie Cox Bertha M. Herbert G FACULTY Douglas Fisher, B S. Trenton State Teachers Collette University of Pennsylvania Duke University Willizun J. Jackson, A. Il., M. A. Montelnir Stute Teaehers College Rntyrers University Martha M. Jaquette, ll. S., M. S. University ot' Delaware University of Pennsylvania Jean W Main, B. Sc., M. A. Mount Allison University Colunillin. University Mxwguret C. McKay, ll. S. 'I'eni11le University lleclxvig Mirhalska, li. S. 'Trenton State 'Yeuvhers College t'olt:mlii:i University 'l'emp'e University Ernest A. Minka, l'h. li., M. Ed. Muhlenln-rx: Colleire Rutgers University N. J. Papale, A. ll. lNlont.t-lair State 'l'eau'hers College Elizabeth Pearson, A. ll. Montelnir Stnte Teuehers Poll:-gre Jeanne Wright Plank, B. S. in Ed. Temple University Elizzubeth F. Sinton, A. B., M. A. New .lersey College for Women Ctllllfllllill University Russell Stompler, B. S. University ot' Pennsylvania University of' Alabama Vennsylvnnin State College Allan Tomlinson, ll. S. Ed., M. Ed. Shippensburxr State 'l'em'hers Collette Temple University Helen Tucker Regli, B. A., M. A. American University I.'Ecole l"mneaise, Middlebury, Vt. University of Paris Lincoln S. Walter, A. B., A. M. Bucknell University New York University Dorothy Wills Caroline H. Jenney, ll. S., Ed. M. 7 CLASS OF 1942 CLASS OFFICERS Bill McCormick-President Jack McCarthy-Vice President Anna Bates-Treasurer Shirlee Becker-Secretary SPONSORS Miss Anderson Mr. Walter Mr. Fennell Mrs. Main We, the Senior Class of 1942, hold our High School days as a fond re- membrance: Four years never to be forgotten! As Freshmen, we soon overcame our shyness and proceeded to enter into the school spirit by giving the "Shamrock Shamble". This proved successful and gave us greater confidence for our future years. During our Sophomore year, the outstanding events were the Class Party, and the "jack Frost Frolic". Our Junior year was truly exciting. Everyone was thrilled at the thought of receiving his class ring. Then came the "Football Frolic,', given near the close of football season. The climax of this year was the Junior- Senior Prom, which proved to be a gay and brilliant event in its South Ameri- can setting. Now, we sadly turn to see that our high school days are drawing to an end. Yet, there have been many grand activities this year, such as "june Mad", the annual Senior Play, this was both a dramatic and financial successg Our Christmas Danceg and the New York Trip, which was taken in place of the Washington Trip because of the Defense Program. However, now we are looking forward with great anticipation to the final and most thrilling activities of our Senior Year: The Prom, Baccalaureate Servicesg Class Night, and Graduation. With the latter, we shall have to bid adieu to our Alma Mater. Before us lies not only a new life, but a changed world. One full of turmoil that is carrying a heavy burden on its shoulders, a burden which must and will be lifted. For we are at war, a war that we know we must help to win and we can assure you that when we go forth from this institution, we shall do so with hope and courage in our hearts, ready to sacrifice whatever we are asked, in order that we, the Mount Holly Senior Class of 1942 may help to maintain and uphold our rights of freedom under the "grand old Stars and Stripes". 8 Frank Aaronson, jr. "Biscuit" Dramatic Club, 3, 4: Class Treasurer, 1: Class President, 8: Student Council 2: Football, 1, 2, 8, 4: Baseball, 1, 2, 8, 4: Track, 1. 2, 8, 4: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Room President, 1, Secretary, 8. Active in sports-especially in footbsll...always ready for fun ...has a way with women-and howl Verna Baessler "Bernie" Acorn Club, 4: Catering Club, 4: Home Room, Secretary, 4: Senior Play. Medfordite...loads of fun... spends her time dashing around .. .well-liked by all in our school ...needs a pillow to drive. Luella Bardeer "Butter" Hobby Club, 2: Hostess Club, 4. Nice girl. . .good worker. . .house- wife now. Shirlee M. Becker "Butch" Orchestra. 1: Secretary, 2:TYD- ing Club, 8: Commercial Club. 4: Student Council Secretary, 8: Home Room President, 1: Secretary, 2: Blnkinz Cashier, 8: Class Secretary, 1, 4. Popular with all. . .one of those few who possess a car and a chauffeur. . .Bowls well. . .c s n make some swell music come from s piano. . .neat dresser and a smooth dancer. Class of 1942 9 George Allison "George" Crime Club, 1: Track, 1, 2, 8, 4: Home Room Vice President, 4. More of the quiet type...well- liked by his friends...rather shy. . .home room twelve's states- man. William H. Barnhurst "Barney" Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3. Our Bill.. .Nice fellow. .studious when he wants to be. . .friend of the people. Anna Catherine Bates "Anne" Hobby Club, 2: Travel Club, 3: Secretary, 4: Class Treasurer, 4: Banking Cashier. 3. Diznihed. . .rather sophisticated ...a car owner...a.n eiiicient class treasurer and a good sec- retary. Ruth E. Beyer "Ruthie" Hostess Club. 4: Home Room Treasurer, 1: Intramurals, 1, 2: Choral Club. B, 4. Well liked...one of those short llirls. . .lively. . .full of pep. . .Us- ually seen in a blue Mercury. Damon Bennett "Bushel" Boys' Leaders' Club, 1: Basket- ball, 2, 3, 43 Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Room Secretary, 2: In- tramurals, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. Swell fellow. . .friend of the peo- ple. . .loves basketball. . .has that certain walk. . .takes a liking to Freshmen. . .Damon and Herbie, always together. Marie Branin "Branin" Outdoor Club, 19 Travel Club, 2, 4: Catering Club, 4: Acorn Club, 41 Intramurals, 3, 4. Waits patiently for lunch time -wonder why?. . .loves to do bookkeeping. . .an all a r 0 u n d good sport and swell girl...re- served. George Paul Bridegum H Pitt!! Travel Club, 1, 2: Crime Club, 33 Dramatic Club, 4: Student Council, 43 Football, 1, 2, 3, 42 Basketball, 2, 3, 43 Track, 1, 25 Baseball, 1, 2, 4: Home Room Vice President, 2, 3. All around athlete.. .on the handsome side. . .that Kreml hair comb...every town is his port. Dorothy E. Brown "Dottie" Travel Club, 1, 3, Secretary, 2: President, 4: Student Council, 3, 4: Catering Club, 4: Banking Cashier, 4: Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4: Choral Club, 2. Athletic type...good sport... Isn't afraid to say what is on her mind. The Red Oak 10 AL, . .- Catherine J. Bingham "Bingie" Leisure Club, 1, 3: Hobby Club, 23 Hostess Club, 4: Choral Club, 4. Takes her time in everything she does. . .good disposition. . .a friend to the last. Raymond Bridge "Bridgie" Cooking for Fun, 4: Home Room president, 1. Very studious. . .Ray and his women ?. . .have you seen R.ay's Model A?. . .all around good sport.. .well liked by everyone. Conly Brooks laDoc7v F. F. A., 1, 2: Agriculture Club, 4: Football. 1, 2, 3, 4: Track, 3, 45 Basketball, 1. Quiet...we like him...a future farmer...has brains and uses them. . .slightly shy? Norma J. Bryant "Bryant" Girls' Leaders' Club, 1: Search- ers' Club, 2: Travel Club, 3: Home Room Secretary, 1, 23 Banking Cashier, 4. Model de luxe from Lumberton ...knows how to dress...the happy-so-lucky type. L. Mildred Bunning uBunnyn Travel Club, 2, 8, 4: Banking' Cashier, 3: Choral Club, 4. A most emcient secretary... friendly...very well liked. Catherine Cliver iaKitty1x Outdoor Club. 1: Hobby Club, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals, Basketball, 1: Softball, 1: Choral Club, 3. Roller-skating fan...alwnys has some new trinket to show the zirls...makes friends easily... lots of fun. Mebla Corliss "Melbai' Formerly of Moorestown. . .she's found a place for herself here ...noted for her pretty hair... wants to be an air hostess- who knows. Leona Cosaboom "Leona" Fashion Club, 1: Travel Club, 2, 3, 4: Home Room, Secretary. 2: Banking Cashier, 8. Quiet girl. . .pleasant personal- ity. . .likes to dance. . .s w ell friend to everyone. Class of 1942 u-v-.Ng,,,,,...f C SWR, x 7 li Sef- ,Vj P' P .. ' .,.. is' 1 sk. : ei Q A 11 Emerson V. Carter "Emerson" Engineers' Club, 1: secretary, 4: Dramatic Club, 2: Crime Club, 3. Lots of fun...usually travels with Bob...like:i by all...likes to ice-skate. Ruth Carr Cooper Hcoopl! Press Club, Exchange Hiiwr, 1: Social Column, 2: Assembly Notes, 4: High' Speed Long Hand, 2: Home Room Secretary, 1: Choral Club, 1, 2, 8, 4. Ready, willing and able...has some pleasant remembrances of "The Cup"...a lot. of fun. Mary G. Corson HMaryDY Orchestra, 1, 2: Art Club, 3, 4: Varsity Sports, Hockey, 4: Choral Club, 4: Orchestra, 4. Senior artist.. .a whiz on skates ..likes the but and only the best tnings in life. William H. Cotton HBH!!! Crime Club, 1: Cooking Club. 2. 3: B-aseball, 2, 3, 4: Football, 3, 4: Basketball, 1, 2: Home Room President. 3: Banking Cashier, 3: Intramurals, 1. "Holly's" star football player. . . Mr. Dreher's answer man in first period bookkeeping class.. . they go for that curly hair. Mahlon Crain "Crainny" Cooking Club, 2, 3: Track, 3, 4. Quiet around those he does not know. . .likes to roller-skate. . . hails from the great metropolis of Atsion. Helen B. Cutts "Cuttsey" Travel Club, 2, 3, 4: Acorn Club, 4: Home Room President, 1: Secretary, Treasurer, 2, 3, 4: Year Book Staff, 4: Chief Banking Cashier, 4. A small package from Taber- nacle. . .some giggle .... has those pretty dimples...why so inter- ested in the football team, Helen? Richard Davis "Dixie" Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club, 5: Male Chorus, 5: Home Room Presi- dent, 1: Intramurals. Math whiz.. .College Prep Eng- lish secretary with a flair for languageualways reading books on aviation. Robert L. Entwistle 66Bob7! Searchers' Club, 1: Varsity Sports, Basketball, 3, 4: Base- ball, 3, 4. A basketball and a baseball player. . .always has chiclets- Lorenz's...can he do Latin? The Red Oak 12 Melvin Crain "Punkin" Crime Club, 1, 2: Football, 8. 4: Baseball, 3, 4. Belongs to Mr. Fisher's gridiron class.. .comes to school occa- sionally...is he really as wo- man-shy as he pretends to be? Calvin W. Davis "Dave" Art Club, 1, 2. Sticks to one crowd...loads of fun all the glme. . .can be found at Georges, e Jewelers. Arthur Durand Hott!! Searchers' Club, 1, 2: Travel Club, 3: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Home Room Vice President, 2: Intra- murals, 1, 2, 3, 4. The people's choice...noted for his baseball pit.ching...like3 to tease the girls.. .enjoys book- keeping?. . .what a temper. Lois V. Frazier HL0!! Press Club, 1: Hobby Club, 2: Travel Club, 8: Typing Club, 4: Student Council, 1: Home Room Vice President, 4: Banking Cashier, 3. A pleasant personality. . .a neat dresser. . .loads of fun. . .every- one's pal. . .likes Massachusetts. George W. French "Frenchie" Travel Club, 1: Student Coun- cil, 1: Vice President, 1: Senior Play: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Track, 1, 2, 8. 4: Manager of Football, 8. Good disposition.. .lots of fun . . .hard worker . . .good basket- ball player. . .will succeed in life ...a gift to Collingswood. O. Harold French Horpll Male Chorus, 1, 2, 4: Camp Cookery. 8: Holly Spirit, 4: Home Room Vice President, 1: Presidznt, 3, 4: Senior Play. One of the urst to enlist from Holly High -bombardier. . .well liked by everyone. Anne Gerber lKAnne!Y Press Club, 1: Acorn Club. 4: Home Room President, 1. "Still water runs deep"...fun ..."I want a car-any kind of a car". . .likes to come to games in 500. Albert Giberson "Gibbie" Searchers' Club, 1: Dramatic Club. 2: Stage Craft Club, 8. The quiet type...sticks to one crowd..."Oh, for the life of a milk-mln!" r,,.,,, ,..--,-- Class of 1942 l l 1 lf! Harold A. French "Frenchie" Searchers' Club, President, 1: Stage Craft Club, 2: Cooking Club, 3, 4: Basketball, 3: Base- ball, 8: Track, 2. Seen mostly with a little red- headed fx-eshmsn...full of fun .. .quiet at times.. .swell guy. . . likes to work, especially at Sea- side...don't you, Frenchie? jean Fryer u Fryers: Holly Spirit, 1: Sub Deb Club, 2: Year Book Staff, 3: Literary Editor, 4: Student Council, 1, 2: Home Room President, 1, 4: Neophyte, 1: General Fund, 4. Swell pal. . . pleasant personal- ity. . . neat dresser. . . takes n lik- ing to convertibles-especially a blue one. Paul Gerber uMurphn Hobby Club, President, 2: Cook- ing Club, President, 8: Football, 1. 2, 3, 4: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Male Chorus, 1. Has that certain contagious laugh...a good football player -when he gets ma.d...tra.vels in "The Ford". . .women are the least of his worries. Evelyn C. Glenn "Glennie" Travel Club, 1: Commercial Club, 2: Typewriting Club, 3, 4: Home Room Vice President, 2: Basketball Manager, 4: Assist- ant Manager Softball: Banking Cashier, 8: Captain of Neo- phytes, 3: Red Squad, 4: Secre- tary of G. A. A. Board, 4: Busi- ness Staff of Red Oak, 4. Appealing personality. . .an all around good s p o r t.. .always ready for a good time...she'll make someone a good secretary. joseph Green "Greenie" Male Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4: Bas- ketball, 2, 3: Home Room Fres- ident, 3: Senior Play: Intra- murals, 1, 2: Band, 1. Nice clothes, nice voice, nice girl.. .we like that Irish temper ...where you see Joe you see Shirlee. Gladys Haines "Gladys" Travel Club, 2: Book Circle, 3: Travel Club, 4: Acorn, 4: Year Book Staff. Studious...one of Mr. Dreher's best studentsualways seen with a six-footer...lives for Thurs- days and week-ends. Catherine D. Hart uliittyn Nimble Finger Club, Treasurer, 1: Hobby Club, 2: Typewriting Club, 3, 4: Banking Cashier, 3. A good commercial student... true friend when you get to know her...a good secretary. Josephine Hogan UJOV! Banking Cashier, 4: Intraamu- rals, 4: Speech Club, 4: Girls' A. A. Board, 1: Girls' Leaders' Club, 1: Business Staff of Red Oak, 4. A friendly girl...rather preoc- cupied. ..Bonnie and Jo. ..Smith- ville's pride and joy. The Red Oak me 5 . in 14 Frances C. Haines "Frances" High Speed Long Hand Club, 2: Art Club, Vice Presi-dent, 3, 4: Home Room Vice President, 4. "Frannie" and "Tootie" - the noted combination. . .a Medford- ite. . .swell pal. . .a good artist . . .always willing to do her share. Arthur Hall "Spider" F. F. A., 1. 2, 3, 4: Stage Club, 1, 2: Agriculture Club, 3, 4: Varsity Sports, Football 3, 4: Track, 2, 4: Iutramurals, 1. Quiet until you know him. . . hails from Lumberton...will be a great loss to the football team . . .swell fellow. . .where did you get that nickname, Arthur? Alice Highley "Alice" Alice and her cute little giggle go well toget.her...wonderfu1 smile. . .those funny wise cracks . . .everyone's pal. Herbert Horner "Abbie" Gym Leaders' Club, 1. 2: Cook- ing Club, 3: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 3. Neat fellow. . .best that comes in basketball. . .loves to roam the halls. . .never see Herbie without Damon. Calvin E. Ingling "Callie" Crime Club. 1: Cooking Club, 2: Searchers' Club, 4: Baseball, 4: Intramurals, 2. Good worker when he wants to he...constant visitor to Taber- nacle. . .good sinizer. . .well-liked hy everyone...still working on the Ford. Richard Jones HDick!! F. F. A., 1, 2, s. 4. , Mischief-maker Dick, apbears so innocent, but oh, my, beware of those who look quiet on the sur- face...a faithful worker in az- riculture. he is a risinsz Future Farmer of America. Virginia May justin "Ginnie" Fashion Club, 1: Sub Deb Club, 2: Hostess Club, 4: Home Room Secretary, 2: Intramurals, 1. Has attractive clothes. . .nice. . . tall. . .llthesome, and blonde. Frank Kimble "Frank" F. F. A., 1. 2, 3. 4: Crime Club, 1, 2: Student Council, 2. Frank is an unusually quiet chap...his cute smile makes many a girl's heart beat a lit- tle faster...don't be afraid you are too slow, Frank. ,. . W--- .W Class of 1942 - ' . , ' ' at A l " 6 1 N I gf V . -Q: X' 'hl' N'-- - ,Q 'Q 1. gs -4 , '-". Q 32 4 - It A 1.-t-: ' '-:. li ' ' wg- I 5 s Qtr ' so ' ' ax 4. l ' . ,W 1 'J ,n . X gl E fr -. fi" , f 'fs 15 Paul Jerrold jones "Jonesie" Acorn Club, 8: Manager Sports, Baseball, 8: Footba'l. 1, 2, 8. 4: Year Book Stalf: Senior Play: Intramurals, 1, 2, 8, 4: Male Chorus, 2, 8, 4: Basketball, 2, 8, . Loves his pipe...what a walkl Aypiiihall cow'boy,..works hard -- e ? Mary joyce llMary,, Choral Club. 3: Hostess Club. 4. A lot of fun...well liked by those who know her...how are all your soldier boys, Mary? Evelyn Kaelin "Babe" Art Club, Secretary, 1: High Speed Long Hand, 2: Searchers' Club, Secretary, 3: Dramatic Club: Student Council, 1: Home goof? Secretary, 1: Year Book ta . Pretty hair...those big eyes... when she likes you, she does- and when she -doesn't-wowl. . . good student. Doris Kirkbride "Klrkie" Commercial Club, 2, 3: Tyving Club, 4: Banking Cashier. 3. A very izood student...friendlv ...headed for a secretarial ca- reer...Doris and Leona always seen toaether...x-eserved. Jeanne Koierwer "Jeannie" Commercial Club, Secretary, 2, President, 3: Typing Club, 4: Studrnt Council, 4: Home Room President. 2: Banking Cashier, 3: Standard Bearer. Medford Lakes. . .a nice girl. . . g i g g l e s. . .Moorestown versus Holly, eh, Jeanne? Kids like her. . .another of those Commer- cial Secretaries. john james Lee "Scrapiron" Cooking Club, 2, 3: Varsity Sports, Football, 2, 3, 4. A really intelligent fellow. . . athletic. . .one of Mr. Fisher's football men. . .likes to argue . . .sticks to his point. . .mis- chief-Hmaker-sometimes. Gloria M. Lewis "Gloria" Busy Bee Club, 1: Travel Club, 2: Sub-Deb Club, 3: Commer- cial Club, 5. Has that pretty red hair. . .a good typist. . .known best by the Commercials. William K. Markley uBiu!! Boys' Gym Club, 1: Leisure Hour Club, 2: Searchers' Cub, 3: Football, 3, 4: Track, 2: In- tramurals, 1, 2, 3. Quiet fellow. . .sticks to one crowd. . .a good worker. . .a foot- ball player. The Red Oak 'SG Y 1 i l l l l i 1 16 ........J Paul Lawton "Lawton" Holly Spirit Stai, 1: Dramatic Club, 2: Vice President. 3: Treasurer, 4: Manager of Vars- ity Sports, Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Year Book Staff, Reporter, 4, Senior Play. Liked by both boys and girls . . . a good actor. . . Senior Play hero. . .works li a r d. . .assistant basketball manager. Anne P. Lewis KK-Anne!! Commercial Club, 2, 3: Typing Club, 4: Banking Cashier, 3: Choral Club, 4. Another of Mr. Fennell's stud- ious students...a swell person and secretary. . .likes office work ...and a certain sailor. Patricia Lockhart tipaty! Orchestra, 1: High Speed Long Hand, 2: Red Oak Staff, 3: Dra- matic Club, 4: Home Room Sec- retary, 1: Banking Cashier, 1: Choral Club, 1, 2: Senior Play, Stage Manager. A true student. ..manages to pull down a good :many A's... that giggle...kids like her. M. Natallie Marshall uNatn Sub-Deb Club. 1: Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4: Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Room, Secretary, 1: Senior Play: Cheer Leader, 2, 3, 4: Captain, 3, 4. "Holly's" most able captain of the Cheer Leader-s...well-liked ...a swell actress and a neat dresser. George R. Maser HMaseH Gym Leaders' Club, 1. 2: Cook- ing Club, 3: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals, Basketball, 1: Male Chorus, 1. Halls from Hainesport. . .one of Mr. Flsher's grid-iron men. William McCormick "Bill" Boys' Leaders' Club, 1: Search- ers' Club, 2, 8, 4: Senior Class President: Home Room Presi- dent, 2, 3, 4: Bankinlr Cashier, 4: Senior Executive Board. An all-around friend. . .tops with all. . .has that executive ability . . .nice guy. . .lsn't he girls ?. . . that hairl Charles S. Mickle "Steve" F. F. A., 1, 2, 8, 4: Crime Club, 1: Agriculture Club, 2, 3, 4, Football, 8, 4: Track, 2, 3, 4. Another football man. . .quiet. . . will probably be a Future Farm- er of Amerlca...vlsits Pleasant- ville almost every week-end. Robert J. Minteer uB0bl7 Engineers' Club, 1: Secretary, 2: President, 4: Student Coun- cll, 1: Home Room President, 2, 8: Year Book Staff. Solicitor, 1: Intramurals. Basketball, 1, 2. A wolf-not really. . .good stu- dent.. . .well-liked. . .some F o r d car. eh? Jobstown's star bas- ketball player, Class of 1942 . ,. tstt -.3 ,M x X rf GS ? 3 v lf be f 17 john L. McCarthy "Jack" Crime Club, 1: Photo Club, 2: Searchers' Club, 2, 3: Vice President Senior Class: Student Council, 1, 2: Football, 1: Sen- ior Play, Executive Board. Likes to argue. . .sticks to his point. . Jrlendly, well liked. . .a true sportsman, rather fish than go to school. . .but who wouldn't ? Gerald E. McDonnel uJerryn Travel Club, 1: Searchers' Club. 2, 8, 4: President: Vice Presi- dent Jr. Class: Student Council President, 4: Football, 2, 3, 4: Track, 8, 4: basketball, 2. Nice looking-that curly red hair...a good Student Council President. . .Bets good marks. Helen Minteer "Shortie" Girls' Gym Leaders' Club. 1: Dramatic Club, 4: President Sophomore Class, 2: Student Council, 1, 2, 3: Home Room. President. 2, 8, Vice President, 5: fhoral Club, 4: Orchestra, 2, A licensed d r l v e r.. .p'easing personality. . .friend of the peo- ple. . .cute. . .Holly's D. A. R. choice. Lavonne A. Moore "Bonnie" Home Economics Club, 2 :Travel Club, 8: Speech Club, 4: Press Club, 4: Holly Spirit Inqulrlng Reporter, 4: Banking Cashier, 4. Loads of !un...has the spunk to say what she thinks...a friendly girl, in fact everyone's friend. . .pleasing personality. Lorenz Moore, jr. "Mouse" Travel Club, 1: Camera Club, 2: High' Speed Long Hand Club, 2: Dramatic Club, 8: Holly Spirit, 4: Basketball, 1, 2: Football, 2, B: Executive Board. Mischievious...noted for his buim gags...liked well by those who know him...star photog- rapher of Holly High. Elizabeth Mae Naylor uBetty1! Hobby Club, 2: Commercial Club, 3: Typing Club, 4: Bank- ing Cashier, 8. Tops in the Commercial Course . . .especially in bookkeeping. . . always willing to do her share --and Imore, too...has a merry laugh to cheer you. Where you see Betty, you see Marie. Edward Nixon HDOCU Camp Cookery Club, 1: Crim- inology Club. 2: Dramatic Club. 4: Varsity Sports: Football, 3, 4: Home Room President, 1, Intramurals, Basketball, 1, 2, 8, 4. Another of Holly I-Iigh's football players. . .can he jitterbug '!. . . nice fellow...a friend of every- cnc...now in the Navy. job n Orcutt llorkii Gym Leaders' Club, 1, 2: Search- ers' Club, 3. Gift of gab. . .never fails to brag .. .dashing young hero among the girls. . .very nice. The Red Oak 18 jane N ack uJaneyn Travel Club, 1: Press Club, 3, 4: Home Room Secretary, 3: Year Book Staff, 4. Enjoys the week-end. . .especial- ly the ones at "The Farm"... Likes to write and receive let- ters...gets exercise by carrying books home each night. Ruth A. Newell "Ruthie" Busy Bee Club, 1: Hobby Club, 2: Costume Club, 3: Home Eco- nomics, 3, 4: Catering Club, 4. Domestic type-likes to cook and sew--ran do both well.. very much interested in a town n a m e d Pennsauken. . .h a s a sweet little laugh. Adele C. O'Donnell HDGMY, Girls' Leaders' Club, 1, 2: Com- mercial Club, 3: Travel Club, 4: Typing Club, 5: Varsity Sports, Baseball, 2, 3: Manager of Bas- ketball, 2, 3, 4: Badminton, 3: Year Book Literary Staff. 3. 4: Senior Play: Intramurals, 1. 2, 3, 4, 5: Cheer Leaders: Girls' A. A. Board, 2, 3, 4. Whiz in sports...full of smiles . . .sunny disposition. . .friend uf the people. Fred H. Pew "Pewie" Dramatic Club, 3. Treasurer, 4: F. F. A., 1, 2, Treasurer, 3, 4: Class President, 1: Class Secre- tary, 2: Student Council, 2, Vice President, 3, 4: Football, 1, 2, 3: Track. 1, 2. 3, 4: Manager of Football, 4: Home Room President, 1: Senior Play: In- tralmurals: Baseball. 1, 2, 3, 4. Executive ability. . .God's gift to the women...planning to go to Beaver Collegef YJ . . .hand-man, Elmer, in the Senior Play... where's Shirley? Marie D. Pierce 64MerryN Hobby Club, 1, 2: Costume Club, 8, 4. Betty and Marie - always to- gether. . .always wllllng to do her part. . .good student. . .al- ways smiling. . .a swell friend and classmate. Kenneth D. Ramsey HTex!l Engineers' Club, 3: Cooking Club, Treasurer, 4. A Medfordite.. .friendly person ...always seen with a certain freshman girl. Arvilla C. Reeves "Tootie" Searchers' Club, 1. 2: Travel Club, 3: Art Club, 4. Quiet-until you get to know her. . .Fr-ances' best ! r l e n d... good student.. .if you need help, ask "Tootie"...we think she'll make a good nurse. june Rosenbaum llJune,l Press Club, 1, 2: Dramatic Club, 3, 4: Home Room President, 2, 4: Senior Play. Knows the best jokes. . .neat d r e s s e r.. .those Philadelphia week-ends. . .that big bla c k Buick. Class of 1942 19 Harry Pike HPikeyH F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Crime Club, 1: Agricultural Club, 1, 2, 8, 4: Football, 8, 4: Track, 8. 4: Banking Cashier, 2: Basketball, 1, 2. Big, husky fellow...another of Mr. Fisher's football team...a Future Farmer of America. . .all the men like Harry. Betty Reese tsBetn Choral Club, 1, 2: Dramatic Club, 3, 4: Home Room Presi- dent, 1: Senior Play, 4. Cute kid...and does she know itl...Curls with that natural twist.. .Reese and "The Cup". . . likes to argue. Shirley D. Roberts "Shirley" Art Club, 1, 2, 3: Typing Club, 4: Student Council Secretary- Treasurer, 4: Home Room Pres- ident, 2: Senior Play, 4: Bank- ing Cashier, 8. Good things come in small pack- ages. . .the studious type?. . .pa- tiently waits for week-ends. . . quiet until you know her.. ."0h, Fudge l". . .how's Bert, Shirley? Myrtle Ross uMyrtSn Hobby Club. 1: Home Room Sec- retary, 1. Popular. . .swefl d a n c e r. . .did you ever hear her laugh'?...her thoughts are with the Navy. Rae Scattergood lGRayel, Orchestra, 1: High Speed Long Hand, 2: Press Club, 3: Typing Club, 4: Home Room Secre- tary, 1, 2: Holly Spirit, 1, 3: Banking Cashier, 1: Choral Club, 4: Orchestra, 1. Everyone likes that pretty hair -Has the temper that goes with it. . .Smitty's steady.. .Likes of- fice work...HoIly's star pianist. Charlotte A. Shemelia "Chiclet" Searchers Club, 2: Home Room Secretary, 2. Quiet until you get to know her...likes to copy her home- work. . .swell kid. . .engaged . . Does my hair look all rght? Frank W. Simmons KlSim?! Cooking Club, 3: Male Chorus. 4: Baseball. 1: Basketball 1. Hails from Hainesport. . .a car owner...the first from Holly High to join the Navy. jean C. Smith usnugyn Travel Club, 1: High Speed Long Hand, 2: Costume Com- mittee, 3, 4: Home Room Vice President, 1: Senior Play, In- tramurals, Hockey, Basketball, 1, 3, 2: Executive Board. A true friend. . .very well-liked . . .a neat seamstress . . . Pretty hair. . .a nice disposition. The Red Oak 20 Lois Serwalt HLO!! Hostess Club, 4: Catering Club, 4. Nice girl...A good friend of those who know her...an em- ployee at Woolworth's 5 45 10. Anna Sheppard uAnnn Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4: Book Circle, 3: Choral Club, 1. Quiet. . .good in Math. . .very nice. . .good actress. . .Ann and Ruth-always together. Clifford Simpson "Jesse" Stage Club, 2: Coking Club. 3: Football, 1. 2, 3, 4: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Home Room Secretary-Treasun er, 2, 3, 4. Ranks among Mount Holly High's best athletes...very well liked....good at home room night speeches. Joseph J. Smith "Butch" Varsity Sports, Football, 1. 3. Manages to get to school sec- ond period every day...has his own car. . .nice guy.. .hails from Hainesport. Verna E. Smith " Smitty" Outdoor Club, 1: Home Eco- nomics, 8: Catering Club, 4: Hostess Club, 4: Choral Club, 2. This jolly miss. possesses a contagious laugh. . .not even the photographer could keep her from gigllng. . .would like to llve in Pennsgrove. . .good sport. Thelma L. Snyder " Spider" Travel Club, 2, 8, 4: Banking Cashier, 8, 4: Choral Club. 8, 4: Business Manager of the Year Book Stsd. Likes any kind ol' otlice work. . . especially typing. . ."I only want a Buddy". . .always has a smile for everyone.. .seen often in a 1942 Chrysler from Tabernacle ...a good bookkeeping student ...a true friend. Frank Tedesco llTedH Cooking Club, 1: Male Chorus, 8, 4: Football, 8: Basketball, 1. Very studlous? Always having trouble with his ,car...pleasant personality. . .wonder how he Sets through? joseph Venuto GIJoe!! Band. 1, 2. 8, 4: Orchestra, 1, 2. 8. 4: Male Chorus, 1, 2, 3: Football, 2: Track, 1: Crime Club. 4. His interests entered mostly on chemistry and the football team...What about an explo- sion in the Chemistry prep room? Class of 1942 21 V. Joseph Snow UJoe!9 Stage Craft Club, 1, 2, 3: Sec- retary of Club, 3. Hails from Tabernacle.. .always sits with the same person on the bus-know who? Quiet-- until you know hi-rn...good all around fellow, Robert Sutphin Hsutfl Crime Club, 1: Stage, 2: Cook- ing Club, 3: Crime Club, Presi- dent. 4. Noted for the steering wheel of his bicycle. . .has that laugh that causes everyone to laugh.. .a true mischief-maker. Charles Tuno "Charlie" Engineer's Club, 1, 2. 8., Slick dresser...very well liked ...sticks to one crowd...pleas- ant personality. Francis Warwick "Francis" Stage Club. 1, 2: Varsity Sports, Football, 1, 2: Track, 1, 2: Basketball, 2: Home Room Sec- retary, 1: Male Chorus, 1. Francis can always be depend- ed upon to mdd a little humor. . . his hlDPY-80-lucky manner has made him many friends...if you ever need cheering up, see Francis. jack Wexler Hwexh Press Club, 2, 3, 4: Editor of Holly Spirit. 4: Student Coun- cil, 2, 3, 4: President of Home Room, 4: Class Treasurer, 3. Has the ability to do great things-if he wants to.. .a swell friend...knows how to argue. Margaret S. Winner UPeg1! Press Club, 2: Travel Club, 3: Typing Club, 4: Home Room Treasurer, 1: Banking Cashier, 3: Executive Boord, 4: Choral Club, 3. Nice.. .an efficient secretary.. . full of fun...noted for being a good waitress. . .seen with a cer- tain fellow from Medford oc- casionally. Russell Zelley "Tangle" Bank Cashier, 1, 2, 3, 4: Or- chestra, 1, 2. 3, 4: Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 1, 4. Russell is the second Gene Kru- pa...lie loves the drums and... seen most'y at Kennedy's. . . dances, bowls, and loves to drive, Elsie P. Edmonds "Reds" Home Ee. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council, 3: Varsity Bas- ketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals, 2, 3, 4: Senior Executive Board, Choral Club, 2. Elsie is a little temperamental at ti'mes...she likes Pemberton and redheads...inclined to do well...funny at times... some laugh. . .smooth dancer. The Red Oak Alpheus Weidner HAP! Searchers Club. 1: Stage Craft, 2, 3: Crime Club, 4. Loves to tinker with anything -especially his car...sticks to his own ci-owd...loads of fun. 22 john Whitcraft "Jack" Miss Sinton's own whiz at Math. . .anything to do with Math .. .swell fellow. Josephine T. Wisowaty KCJOU Girls' Leaders Club, 1: Commer- cial Club, 2: Stenozraphy Club, 3: Typing Club, 4: Banking Cashier, 3. A Hainesportite...likes to have fun-everywhere...a good com- mercial student...can cause laughs anytime. Jeanne Cayton "Jeanne" Among Mt. Holly High's latest newcomers. Has found her place among us...pleasant....well lik- ed. Robert Harris KlBo'b!! A new-comer to Holly High . . .well-liked. . .has that New York Accent.. THE RED OAK Say H Wifh O. Harold French .... John Orcutt .... Kenneth Ramsey Raymond Bridge Natalie Marshall Bonnie Moore .. Josephine Hogan Helen Cutts .... Marie Pierce .... Betty Reese .... Paul Bridegum . Shirlee Becker .. Joe Green ...... Norma Bryant .. Catherine Cliver . Adele O'Donne1l Gerald McDonnell .. ,, jack McCarthy . Russell Zelley . . . Frank Kimble .. june Rosenbaum Damon Bennett . john Whitcraft . Fred Pew ...... Rae Scattergood Lorenz Moore .. Bob Minteer .... George French . . Ruth Cooper .... Jean Smith ..... Herbert Horner . Shirley Roberts . Joe Venuto ..... jean Fryer Ann Gerber .... Dot Brown ..... Virginia justin . Evelyn Kaelin .. Helen Minteer .. jack Wexler .... Lois Frazier .... . . aSong... L4 Keep 'em Flying" Remember Pearl Harbor" Braggingn so 14 l :"I Want a Girl" "Playmates" .... E"We Go Well Together" "I'll Never Smile Again" "The Same Old Story" "Three Little Fishes" ffflu Our Love Affair" I "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" I . . :"Skaters Waltz" sl You're Always in My Heart" Skunk Song" as Driunmer Boy" "Little Sleepy Head" "My Buddy" . . ."A Woman's a Two-Faced" "Boots and Saddles" "Elmer's Tune" String of Pearls" "Three Blind Mice" Day Dreaming" Under the Silvery Moon" "Oh, johnny" "I-Ie's 1-A in the Army and He "Moonlight Cocktail" "You and I" "A Romantic Guy, I" The Campbells Are Coming" "Oh, Daddy" . . KK Sl 66 ..4 st 's A-1 in my Heart" "What's the Matter With Me ?" "Sophisticated Lady" Green Eyes" Stay As Sweet as You Are" K4 is cl 23 Yoiu're a Sweet Little Headache" Somebody Else is Taking My Place" THE RED OAK -1..f- - --M- 1...- N une Frank Aaronson George Allison Verna Baessler Luella Bardeer Williaxm Barnhurst Anna Bates Shirlee Becker Damon Bennett Ruth Beyer Catherine Bingham Marie Branin Paul Bridegum Raymond Bridge Conly Brooks Dorothy Brown Mildred Bunning Norma Bryant Emerson Carter Jeanne Cayton Catherine Cliver Ruth Cooper Melba Corliss Mary Corson Leona Cosaboom Bill Cotton Mahlon Crain Melvin Crain Helen Cutts Calvin Davis Richard Davis Arthur Durrand Elsie Edmonds Robert Entwistle Lois Frazier George French Harold French O. Harold French Jean Fryer Anne Gerber Paul Gerber Albert Giberson Evelyn Glenn Joseph Green Francis Haines Gladys Haines Arthur Hall Robert Harris Catherine Hart Alice Highley Josephine Hogan Herbert Horner Calvin Ingling Paul Jones Richard Jones Mary Joyce Virginia Justin t I Favorite Expression "Bright Boy l" Doesn't have one "You said it l" "Oh, gosh l" "Oh, heck l" "Oh, flshl" ' Oh Beans!" "Alice" "Personally-" "Oh, dearl" "Clever" "Mother-" "What are you doing tonight?" "I don't know" "What '!" iThere isn't room enoughj "Huh '?" "Can I have the car, Pop 7" "Oh, beans!" Oh, jeepers l" "Great balls of Brel" You know what?" Ut was censoredj "You nut" "I'll murder ya l" "So what ?" "Holy Cripel" "Holy Cowl" "Phooney l" "I be darned if I know." Sominagunln "You're simplel" "Yeah?" "It's darling" "Hey, Wolf l" "What do ya know?" "Hi, Babe" "How weird" "Shuxl" "I ain't gonna do it!" 'Give me a smoke" "Ye Gad l" Butch, are you wmad at me ?" "I don't see why" "Oh, nuts 1" "Spider" "Could be" "No, but-" "Well, fry my brains" "Geezy Peezy" "Ain't that a shame?" "Gee Zoo I" "Heyl?' u if it .4 "What are you doing tonight?" He's a lieutenant" "Oh, Mother l" Class Mirror Should Be Going steady Good at handling feed Mi1lionaire's daughter Waitress More sincere Pilot Less spoiled I-Ierbie's brother Less shy Hairdresser Married Professional escort Traveling salesman Professor Child's nurse Shorter Buyer Letting his hair grow Going steady Taller Studious Actress A great ice skater A typist Aviator Dairyman Bodyguard Taller Taxi driver The quiet mannered type In the navy Reporter Professional skater Less studious Used car dealer Man about town Actor More studious Somebody's wife In the navy More studious A model with that figure Official chauffeur I Artist Bookkeeper More studious A better driver Commercial teacher Singer Taking a memory course MiIlie's steady A chauffeur Jeweler Millionaire Army nurse More active 24 Hobby We'd like to know Driving the Buick Men Collecting salt shakers Parties Model Planes Driving her car Flirting Roller skating Bike riding Going out Breaking hearts Flirting Chickens Baseball Swimming Horseback riding Wolfing The army Roller skating Dancing Winking Drawing Baseball Hunting Hunting Gunning Date with only one1?J Music Reading Medford Red heads Wolfingll Studying and "Bus" Women Women Women Drawing Music Riding around in his Ford Building airplanes Horses Going steady Art Collecting poetry Flirting Ridng, swimming Making "Cookies" lget it U Match covers Collecting anything Sports - Driving Trains Loafing Sewing Art work at the "Cup" 10 Yrs. From Now Playboy Feed man Housewife Married woman Henpecked hubby Aviatrix Someone's secretary Do we have to tell? Nurse Telephone operator "Perk's" wife Egg man Mechanic Fa-rmer Housewife Secretary Model In Uncle Sam's forces Still moving Housewife Mrs. C.Q?j Nurse Old maid Wife Professional football hero Farmer Devoted husband Red Cross nurse Musical taxi driver Airplane pilot Draftsman Housekeeper Probably a farmer A resident of Boston. Lumberman 28 years old Still in Air Force Living in Michigan Traveler of the world A sailor Ma is Working on a milk wagon 27 years old Hard to tell Art teacher "Sid's wife" Fanmer In the navy Secretary Music teacher Gay divorcee Playboy Playing Post Ofllce Working on R. R. Chicken farmer Lieutenant! wife Housewife ...f - f- T - 1. V THE RED OAK Name Favorite Expression Evelyn Kaelln Frank Kimble Doris Klrkbride Jeanne Koerwer Paul Lawton John Lee Anne lewis Gloria Lewis Patricia Lockhart Bill Markley Natalie Marshall George Maser Jack McCarthy Bill McCormick Gerald McDonnel Charles Mlckle Helen Mlnteer Robert Mlnteer Bonnie Moore Lorenz Moore Jane Nack Betty Naylor Ruth Newell Edward Nixon Adele 0'Donnell John Orcutt Fred Pew Marie Pierce Harry Pike Kenneth Ramsey Betty Reese Arvllla Reeves Shirley Roberts June Rosenbaum Myrtle Ross Rae Scattergood Charlotte Shemella Anne Sheppard Clifford Simpson Jean Smith Joseph Smith Verna Smith Joseph Snow Thelma Snyder Robert Sutphln Frank Tedesco Charla Tuno Joseph Venuto Francis Warwick Alpheus Weidner Jack Wexler Jaclu Whltcnaft Margaret Winner Josephine Wlsownty Russell Zelley "Oh, 'Shaw' " "Fiddlesticks" "Oh, Yeah T" "Oh, fudge l" "Nuts l" "Oh, Shirley l" "Jeepersl" "Goodness l" "I don't think it's fair" "I'm hungry" "0hl" "By George" "What ya get?" "I haven't any" HFM.. "Look at my chest" "Holy Smokes l" "Wow, would ya look at that?" "Golly Moses!" uoh. ymlls "What do you think ?" "You're not .iestin8" "And so-" "Bugeyel" "Chese and crackers" "No kidding" "Oh, Jeannie" "That would be telling" aye! P, 'Tm an old cowhand" "hap-e-lap-lap" "I don't know" "Merwin" "Want to hear a good "Hi, Kid" "Oh, Stan" Um!! "Flddlestlcks l" Howl! "Gollyl" "How ya doing?" "You'd be surprised" T "Gee, whiz l" iShould we tell you?l "What do you know '!" "Yeah-6 or 7 times" "I d0n'h get it" "So what?" "Hello Boy" "I'll do lt soon" "Mr. Brinkman, Gr-" "Come on, Bessie" "What-cha-ma-call-'em" "Who, me?" joke ?" Clqss Mirror Should Be Taller Farmer Somebody's stenog. Actress In the navy Six-day bike rider Secretary More self-confident A glamour girl Window washer Going steady A typist Professional trspper More aggressive Politician Farmer More accurate A "Wolf General's wife Magician Army hostess Receptionist Seaamstress Man that comes around Living in Philadelphia A sergeant Glamour boy Going steady Less bashful Thinner Model School teacher Artist Actress More quiet Model Pianist More friendly A great athlete Nurse A typist Actress . Married man Florist Lucky Teter's assistant A great typist In school more often Physics teacher Admiral Safe driver Newspaperman Mathematician Back with Joe More quiet Truck driver 25 Hobby Drawing Driving and eggs Being with Horace Boys Strawberries Football Music Piano Sewing Sports Dancing His Ford Trapping Quay's Sports Trapping Music Blonds Readinglflj Arguing Writing letters Collectifg minature Sewing Women Phila. Plymouths Bragging Girls Collecting Dostcards Hunting Trying to get girls "Easty" Playing the piano Art Work Marty or Bud Dancing Fords and singing Copying Skating Sports Sewing Trapping Giggling Having dates Typing Skipping classes Raising heck Cars Chemistry Bowling Cowboying dogs Riddles, jokes and theories Horses Letters Reading Drums f 10 Yrs. From Now Everybody's friend Farmer A hard worker Secretary Devoted husband Postmaster General Married Secretary Furthering her education It's hard to tell Interior decorator Fixing flats In the feed business Horticulturist Doctor Mr. Davenport's stooge Teaching music Flyer for U. S. A. Ambulance driver Professor Devoted wife Secretary Housewife Who knows? Gym 'teacher In the Marines Farmer Old Maid Fanmer Technician Married iDid we say 10 yrs. YJ Nurse Somebodys stenog. Sociologist Old maid Guess what? Housewife Nurse Second Jesse Owens Home Economics teacher Machinist Hard to tell Sailor Lady of leisure Dead Undertaker Married man Chemist Bachelor??? Worse cowboy Chemist One of Uncle Sann'a boys Private secretary Secretary Salesman in Rogers THE RED OAK Lasi Will and Tesfamenf of fhe Class of 1942 E, the members of the Class of 1942 of Mount Holly High School, being in some respect of sound mind, do hereby on the eve of our departure will and bequeath the items hereafter listed in this our last will and testament. I, Joe Venuto, do bequeath my chemistry ability to one, Ramsey Cook. We, Catherine Hart, Evelyn Glenn, Shirley Roberts, Shirlee Becker, and Jeanne Koerwer, do bequeath our fourth per- iod lunch table to whoever can stand Mr. Minka's jokes. I, Ruth Newell, do bequeath my seam- stress ability to Dottie Thomas, Lorna Shover, and Betty Powell. I, Paul Lawton, do bequeath my acting ability to one, Bob Newbold. I, Gladys Haines, do bequeath my book- keeping ability to one, Tommy Ackrivo. I, Frank Kimble, bequeath my ability to get into trouble to whoever wants it. I, Virginia Justin, do bequeath my ability to always be well dressed to one Kay Simpson. I, June Rosenbaum, do bequeath my abil- ity to know the best jokes, to one, Mil- dred Deacon. I, Harry Pike, do bequeath my masculine physique to one, Morris Strode. I, Margaret Winner, do bequeath the Army to one, Jane Townsend. We, Arvilla Reeves and Frances Haines, bequeath our friendship to Elizabeth Bingham and Esther Ritter. I, Patsy Lockhart, do bequeath my ability to be in school regularly, to one, Fran- ces Griffith. I, Evelyn Glenn, do bequeath my cheering ability to one lucky Neophite. I, Natalie Marshall, do bequeath my so- phistication to one, Ethel Beker. We, the Senior Class, bequeath our ability to ignore Mr. Papale's lectures to the Juniors. I, Joe Green, do bequeath my singing abil- ity to one, John Shover. I, Orrell French, do bequeath my line to one, Jack Anderson. I, Mary Corson, do bequeath some of my straight hair to one, Johnny English. I, Rae Scattergood, do bequeath my ability to go steady to one, Miles Powell. I, Evelyn Kaelin, bequeath my ability to get along with Mr. Jackson to one, Dave Goodman. I, Jean Fryer, do bequeath Bud Small to my darling little sister, Judy. I, Jack Wexler, bequeath the job of writ- ing, editing, publishing, etc., the Holly Spirit to one, Barbara Moore. We, Betty Reese, Natalie Marshall and Helen Minteer, do bequeath our ability to make A's in French to one Bill Cook. We, the Class of 1942, bequeath our abil- ity to make money at dances to the in- coming Freshmen, I, Gerald McDonnel, do bequeath my exec- utive ability to one, Charles Jones. I, Anna Bates, d-o bequeath by aeronauti- cal information to one, Elizabeth Hawk. I, Gloria Lewis do bequeath my typing ability to one, Theodore Tassone. I, Josephine Wisowaty, do bequeath my giggle to one, Helen Lee. I, Anne Gerber, do bequeath my quiet man- ner to one, Jimmy Friel. I, Jack Whitcraft, do bequeath my bash- fulness to one, Everett Turner. Classes and Acfivifies Classes Sfudem' Council Clubs Afhlefics Adverfisemenfs THE RED OAK CLASS 'SYN' 1 Ti, . .,.,,. , A, e x - , X fi fi: i::: Q' . . Qs 2. -' M . Y Y . MARIE ELBERSON HELEN WARE FRANK SERRANO JAMES LESTER The first meeting of the junior Class was held in November to elect our oiiicers for 1942. Our Junior dance, the Hallowe'en Frolic with the High Hat- ter's Orchestra, was a financial success. The arrival of our class ring was anticipated by all of us this year, with much enthusiasm. We now look forward to the biggest event of our High School career, the junior-Senior Prom. We hope to make this an event that will long be re- membered. SPONSORS Miss Herbert Mr. Brinkman Miss Cox Mrs. Coffee Miss Co-mbs 28 OF 1943 CLASS OFFICERS President-Marie Elberson Vice President-Frank Serrano Secretary-Helen Ware Treasurer-james Lester THE RED OAK 29 THE RED OAK CLASS . i JACK GERRY DOROTHY JONES ROBERT PARKER SALLY MATHIS We, the class or 1944, found it a pleasure to enter the High School as Freshmen. We were greeted by the "Welcome Dance," sponsored by the Student Council. In November we elected as our president, 'William Pettitg vice president, Dorothy Underwoodg secretary, Ruth Braddockg and Anna Bozarth as treasurer. Two outstanding events of the year were the "Sham- rock Shag" which proved to be very successful, and our active contribution to the beautification of our campus. Our dance in April was highly successful. The Red Cross was supported whole-heartedly by the Sophmore home rooms. The members of the class are eagerly looking forward to more exciting events during the remaining years at Mount Holly High School. SPONSORS Miss Michalska Mr. Tomlinson Mrs. Davenport Mr. Jackson Mr. Cheesman Mr. Dreher 30 CF 1944 CLASS OFFICERS: President-jack Gerry Vice President-Robert Parker Secretary-Dorothy jones Treasurer-Sally Mathis THE RED OAK 31 V THE RED OAK CLASS r I L JOE COLES MONTE BENNETT BILL STRINGFELLOW HARRY REYNOLDS The class of 1945 came into the school much the same as the rest of us- bewildered. Soon, however, they got their second wind and started the ball rolling by electing class officers. The freshmen dance, held on Friday, March l3, was known as the "Superstition Swing" and amid skeletons and open um- brellas Mount Holly boys swung their partners. The class expects to really increase its contributions to school spirit and activities in the coming years. . SPONSORS Miss Sinton Mr. Bennett Miss jaquette Mr. Papale Miss Pearson Mr. Bonney 32 OF 1945 OFFICERS President-Bill Stringfellow Vice President-joe Coles Secretary-Monte Bennett Treasurer-Harry Reynolds THE RED OAK I 33 THE RED OAK STUDENT Gerald McDonnel President w , I Charles Jgnes S1'liI'lCy Roberts Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer , K Jack McCarthy Herman Bading Parliamentarian Sergeant-at-Arms 34 THE RED OAK COUNCIL The activities of the Student Co-uncil this year have been many and varied, beginning with the induction of new members and the formation ot standing committees. One of the most important items on the calendar was the re-election oi a vice-president. The annual Welcome Dance proved a success, followed by a most en- joyable trip to Princeton University to attend the convention of the New jersey Association of Student Councils. An added feature was the introduction of the Thanksgiving Day football program, consisting of a write-up of the Moorestown and Mount Holly teams, and ads sold by the members of Council. This worked out very successfully and we hope will be continued in the future. One of the outstanding accomplishments of this year was the passing of an amendment to the student council constitution regarding the method of voting, brought about by the resignation of the vice-president. We hope to top off this successful year with the erection of the marker to be placed at the foot of the entrance drive. SPONSORS Mrs. Main Mr. Cheesman Mrs. Coffee 35 THE RED OAK Press Club Sfaff Editor-in-Chief ................. Assistant Editor Feature Editor Secretary ............ Exchange Editor ...... Girls Sports Reporter .... Boys Sports Reporter .... Book Shelf ............ Alumni Assembly Notes Holly Salute ....... Principals Column .... jack Wexler Henry Switkay Barbara Moore Elizabeth Stiles jane Nack Cecelia Hackett V Tommy Ackrivo Henry Switkay Elizabeth Stiles Ruth Cooper Laura Reynolds Elizabeth Stiles Circulation Managers . . . ..... igiiIigdF13eT5?n . j jane Nack Typists ..... . . . ..... iE1iZabeth Stiles Harold French Photographers . . . , Wally Rabenstine Lorenz Moore 5 Miss Cox Sponsors .... . . . 4 Mr. Fenneu Shirlee Becker Adele O'Donnell Fred Pew Marie Pierce Dorothy Brown Fred Pew The Red Oak Sfaff , ACORN CLUB Editor ............... jean Fryer Evelyn Kaelin Paul Lawton Helen Cutts jane Nack Associates .... . . . Adviser-Mr. Papale BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager-Thelma Snyder Home Room Representatives Lois Frazier ' Jean Smith Joe Venuto June Rosenbaum Photographer-Lorenz Moore Adviser-Mr. jackson ADVERTISING STAFF Adele O'Donnell Russell Zelley Adviser-Mr. Walter 36 Margaret Winner Bonnie Moore Josephine Hogan Evelyn Glenn Joseph Green Lorenz Moore Press Club THE RED OAK Sfaff Red Oak Sfaff 37 THE RED OAK Cosfume Commiffee Hobby Club President-jean Smith President-Virginia Rogers Secretary-Dorothy Jones Secretary-Anita Loveman Treasurer-Elizabeth Moore Sponsor-Mrs. Davenport Sponsor-Mrs. Plank Ari Club President-Frances Haines Vice President-Mary Corson Secretary-Ruth Evans Treasurer-Betty Davis Sponsor-Mrs. Dickel IIS Engineer Club President-Francis jordan Secretary-Charles Socalis Treasurer-Frank Serrano Program Chairman-joseph Throckmorton Sponsor-Mr. Bonney THE RED OAK I 1 es Engineer Club President-james Damico Vice President-Robert Minteer Secretary-Treasurer-Walter Stackhouse Sponsor-Mr. Tomlinson 39 THE RED OAK Cooking for Fun Clubs Presidents-Harold French, Francis Garbarino Secretaries-Treasurers-Kenneth Ramsey, Harry Holmes Sponsor--Mrs. Plank, Mrs Coffee Home Economics Clubs Presidents-Ruth Newell, Selena Haines Vice Presidents-Edna Haines, Marjorie Gerber Secretaries--Margaret Plant, Edna Haines Sponsor--Miss jacquette 40 THE RED OAK Travel Club President-Dorothy Brown Secretary-Anna Bates Vice President-Donald Donecker Treasurer-Ferguson H. Reeves Sponsor-Miss Sinton Dramafic Club President-Natalie Marshall Assistant Secretary-Bill Cook Vice President-Helen Minteer Treasurer-Paul Lawton Secretary-Marie Elberson Sponsor-Miss Michalska 41 THE RED OAK Banking Cashiers Chief Banking Cashier-Helen Cutts Depository-Farmers Trust Co., Mt. Holly, N J Sponsor-Mr. Dreher Typing Club President-James McFarland Vice President-Lois Frazier Secretary-Treasurer-Shirley Sponsor-Mr. Fennell 42 Roberts Sfage Craff Club President-David Russikow THE RED OAK Vice President and Stage Manager-Arthur Coyle Secretary-Thomas Giles Sponsor-Mr. Cooney 1 3 I A L - A Q- John Woolman Hi-Y President-Charles jones Vice President-Robert Ogborn Secretary-Treasurer-James McDonnell Sponsor-Mr. Papale -1 Ii THE RED OAK Choral Club President-Mary L. Moore Secretary-Elizabeth Bingham Pianist-Rae Scattergood Sponsor-Mr. Carey b Band President-Ralph Eshelman Band Manager-Charles Lester Sponsors-Mr. Minka, Mr. Carey 44 THE RED OAK President-Harry Pike Treasurer-Fred Pew Vice President-Arthur Hall Reporter-Frank Kimble Secretary-james Brown Sponsor-Mr. Davenport Hosfess Club President-Dorothy Gager Secretary-Treasurer-Peggy Hornor Vice President-Emma Bealer Sponsor--Miss Anderson 45 THE RED OAK "June Mad " Based on the novel, "This Awful Age" By the Same Authors The action of the play takes place in the living room of the Wood's home in Lynbrook, a small town in the Middle West. Penny Wood . . . Chuck Harris .... Mrs. Wood Elmer Tuttle . . . Dr. Wood .... Effie ............. Milly Lou ........ G. Mervyn Roberts Roger Van Vleck . Mr. Harris ....... Shirley Wentworth Ralph Wentworth julie Harris ...... CAST Director-Miss Michalska Betty Reese Paul Lawton June Rosenbaum Fred Pew jack McCarthy jean Smith Shirley Roberts joe Green O. Harold French George French Verna Baessler Paul Jones Natalie Marshall STAGE MANAGERS AND PROMPTERS Patsy Lockhart Helen Minteer 46 THE RED OAK Mechanical Drawing Deparfmenf The students in the Mechanical Drawing Department realize how vital may be their contribution to the defense of their country. The fundamentals which they learn may be used to enter any field of drafting or college. They are taken through a series of fundamental problems and then are encouraged by Mr. Bradley, to do some original designing in any field of their particular interest. The students in the above picture are working on individual problems. Mr. Bradley-Sponsor 47 THE RED OAK Cheerleaders Captain-Natalie Marshall Assistant Captain-Marie Elberson Secretary-Anne French Treasurer-Marion Lippincott Sponsor-Miss Michalska G. A. A. President-Marie Elberson Treasurer-Frances Grifiith Secretary-Evelyn Glenn Sponsor-Miss jenny 48 f tyfervii 4 THE RED OAK I Foofball The 1941 football season was not as successful as enjoyed by Mount Holly ln past years The Red and White squad had a record of three wins, four defeats and one tie Holly scored forty-four points against their opponents' The lettermen were: F. Aaronson H. Bragg P. Bridegum W. Cotton P. Gerber A. Hall J. Lee G. Maser E. Nixon Varsity 49 H. M. C. A. W G. J. Pike Powell Simpson Walters Markley McDonnel Crain Venuto THE RED OAK Mounf Holly H. S. Basketball Team, 7942 With almost all the first team veterans, the team ended the season with 12 victories and 5 defeats. High scorers were Paul Bridegum, 1293 Herb Horner, 1223 Damon Bennett, 123. The team although experienced was handicapped because of their lack of height. The average was only 5 feet IOVQ inches. The junior Varsity, coached by Mr. Fisher, won 11 of their 14 games. Of the First seven men on the team, six are soiphmores and one, Monte Ben- nett, a Freshman. Their average height is well over 6 feet. Junior Varsity TC? UIUC 5.2 4 Ei 2: gg fc. M Q we W its Q-5 3 N '3 F1 '11 v-4 cb I3 n IS' 9' Gerry fCapt.J H. Horner B. Webster J. Simpson M. Bennett J. Green W. Montgomery R. Zelley A. Beker B. Entwhistle Coach--Doulgas Fisher C. Jones Coach-Allan Tomlinson Schedule Mt. Holly Opp. Palmyra ........... 37 54 Wildwood ...... Moorestown F. ..... 36 24 Fallsington . . . . Pemberton ..... . . 21 18 Fennimore Bros Riverside ..... . . 39 19 Moorestown F. . Wildwood ..... . . 23 29 Bordentown . . . Fallsington . . . . . 40 52 Bordentown . .. . . 27 12 Totals . . . .. . . Palmyra .... . . 36 35 Palmyra ..... . Allentown . . . . 39 20 Riverside . . . . . 35 20 Pemberton .... .. 34 31 Won 12 50 Mt. Holly 46 36 24 38 41 552 33 585 Lost 5 Opp 41 40 16 22 35 468 48 516 THE RED OAK Baseball Team Pitchers-Arthur Durand, Herbert Horner, Jack Gerry. Catchers-John Shover, Earle Harker, David Goodman, Joseph Venuto. lst Base-William Webster, James Cutts. 2nd Base-Monte Bennett, Frank Smith, William Entwistle Short Stop-William Cotton, Robert Parker. 3rd Base-Robert Entwistle, James McClintock. Left Field-William Pettit, Donald Smith, Samuel Still. Center Field-George French, William Stringfellow. Right Field-Ridgway Woodward, William Goldy, Robert Ogburn Pemberton 6 Mount Holly 5 Rordentown 7 Mount Holly 3 Pemberton 6 Mount Holly 5 William Cotton, Senior, is the outstanding performer at bat and on the bases as well as at Fielding. Robert Entwistle and George French, both Seniors, are playing their last season for Mount Holly in a shortened schedule of Five games due to difhculty of obtaining transportation facilities. In addi- :ion Arthur Durand and Herbert Hornor, both pitchers, will graduate, leaving a team composed of Juniors for next year. Coach-Mr. Minka 51 THE RED OAK 1 Track During the season of 1941, Mount Holly's track team won three and lost one meet. The lone defeat was given by the powerful B. M. I. team. Mount Holly defeated Hamilton High School, Jamesburg and Moorestown Friends. The Seniors won the inter-class track meet in 1941. The 1942 schedule follows: April 22-Hamilton High School ' April 23-Inter-class meet May 13-B. M. I. 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Harriett For fuel oil, gasoline, range oil Daily Truck Service High Quality-Reasonable Prices 15 Mill Street Medford -3 "O 1 'I ' 'OMOHD0'lvO0O0O0OvO0O0l"O0Ql'O0l'lCf'O0O4lCl .g..g. ?..g.....g..g . ..g..q..g..gnq..g..q..g..g..g..Q- -vo-so-vo-....,..g.....g..g..m Thorn's Pharmacy Fred W. Branin Estate Medford, N. J. Phone 821 Q 6 Q 6 5-o--on -4-0-Cv-v -0--0-4 -Quo- -4--O--0--O--040--O4-O--Q-0-0--Of-out-of-0--M-0--0--0--0--0--0--I--on -0--0w0-v0-+0--0'-lf4'-0--0--0-0--0--0--0-f0--0o-O--C--0--C--0-4--0-O--0--0--4--on I- Whital E. Mangan 10 Union Street Medford, N. J. CANDIES TOBACCO HERSHY'S ICE CREAM Qo--mo-fo--e--o-.q-....g..q.....q.....,..g..,.................g..g........,..,........g. 'DNC''O"O0'l"O'fO"i'vClll0C"l"C"C"O"O''O' THE RED OAK H ,- ,, ., uivi' l"O'1O"O0l0l'-O"OvOMO0C"O"O"l"lMO"O"l"O0lNO"O 0 . -I--O -two-vi-'lf-0 'Owl -01-O--Ont mf- If-Q--0 -Q--Owl--0'-O' . -0-O1-0v-0-Cf-0--0-v01-0--C- Compliments of BEKER'S MARKET 150 Mill Street Mount Holly, N. J. .g..g..g..g..g..g..p.9.4..5..q..g..g..g..g..g..g..q..g..g..g..g..g..q..gt.g.. g..g..g..g.-pug g..g..g..g..g..g..g-4.4-.g. 5 i' Y Q 2 9 Q E 3 S 4 5 e 3 5 Q Q 'I' l"l0O0O' Q .g.................g. ..,.,..-0'-o-.v4..4.....g.4.....g........g........g..g..g........g......... ....... . ..,........g............... "Only the Best" DRINK DARI-RICH CHOCOLATE DRINK GREENSPOT ORANGE Once You Try, You Will Always Buy Health in Every Bottle SHEPPARD'S DAIRY 2 Church Street Phone 630 Mount Holly 9 9 -0--Q-0-0-O-m- O--l--0-4-v O' 0 ll' ''O''O''O''I'UO'lO"O'llvl"O"l0'l"l0'O'1INCNOHO0O'Iifvlvlvl0l0l"l'lO'bl"O' 'I 'O' 'lf' 'O0O0O"l"O"O0O"O0OWlWl"ONO'0O0 56 v-OHOMOMINOH THE RED OAK .....g..g..p.... .... -- -4--e--o--0--c--0--m -fo--a--rg Carlton J. Garwood Flour, Feed and Ice 35 South Main Street Medford, N. J. 'O'-CNO"O0l"O"O"O"O"O"O"C0O"l"O"O"'D''0"O"C"O"l"O"l"O"U"I" Boyer's 5-10-250 Store Mount Holly Medford Maple Shade Compliments of Warne S. Smith Hardware Phone Medford 3171 Medford, N. J. ug.-3..g..guy.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.- g..g..g.. +-Q--0--luv-on-0-M-lwov-of-of-0--0--0-0--0--m-l--l--o-f0-f0--0vo--0--l'-l-- Compliments of Ted Quay Flowers for All Occasions South Avenue Phone 299 Mount Holly, N. J. -Q. 3.4.4..g.....g..g..g..q..g..g..g..g..g..g....mug..g..g..g..g..g..g..g-.Q 3 'I' Q Q 5 6 5 Q ? : f 9+ ' -0-Q-? wo ++ foug- Q ! Q i Q 6 9 5 5 6 5 6 5 9 9 5 6 9 9 5: 9 5 E Q 5 Q Q i. 1lHlMO0OMO0OMO0O"O0O0O0Ov-CMCwl"O0l4lO00MO44O'lCMC -04-4-0 9 Q0-0-O-0 .4.4.4.Q-.g..g.....5..g..g..g-.5 '-4--Owl--lub--I-O-0-0-0-4-0-4 You ..g..g... .g..g..g..q..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.-g..g..g..g. Compliments of Reynolcl's Market 92 Washington Street. Mount Holly "'.' 'O'0l"l'lO0lNO"O'll0l"O"O0Ol'Ovl"t --0--0-w--on gag...-.q..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g-.g..g. Compliments of Piper's Restaurant N. Main Street Medford Compliments of George M. Rogers 81 Co. Mount Holly, N. J. Phone 415 . 'el'-OHOUGOIO I4D''O"l"O1'OMO'0O0Ol'O"INO0C0lC"O"O"O0Ov'OMl0Q0lO''ONE' Compliments of The Central Record Medford, N. J. UO' 'v'll'll'0 0 lO"l"l"PlO4lO'lO"l'lC'4CHOMOU.0'hCe'll'ONl0l0OlQ0Qh0oQo ''II'l"O"O0l"l'4l-'l"O'f0NO"O0O1'lflO0Ow-- + g.. .g.....g..g..g..g-.g..g..g..p.g..g..g..g.4..p.5.-g..g..q. THE RED OAK 3 Compliments of 2 Q A. C. Vansclver Q 2 i Q Mount Place Grocery 5 2 e 2 Phone 482-W Mount Holly, N. J. f 5 ' 3 Compliments of 3 . Q Q J. M. Garwoofl Q Medford, N. J. George and Daisy 3 2 D ' 5 3 3VlS f 1 3 E Insurance I : 2 Phone Medford 3621 E 90 N. Main Street Medford, N. J. 3 .....,........ 3 2 . 5 Endlcott Johnson Q Q We Fit Your Feet For Comfort Q Carle L. Fleet "Les" Fowler 58 Main Street Mount Holly, N. J. E 5 Q Z 5. . go...og..9..go.Q.-9-.g..g..g-.pq..g..g....og-.g.....go.g. Johnson's Meat Market Famous for It's Pork Products 8 N. Main St. Medford, N. J. Daniels Dress Shop Phone 690 20 Main Street Mount Holly, N. J. 4 Barbers Look Your Best Nick's Modern Barber Shop 11 Mill Street Mount Holly, N. J. g..g..... .g..g..g..q..g..q..g..g..g. ..g. ng.. Quality Clothing at Johnson's Dept. Stores Medford Haddonfield Elmer, N. J. Open Evenings ..q..g..g 9.4.og..g.....g..g..g..g..g..g..g.. . lO0'O"C0O0O'4O0O'0O0O"O' --I--004--vw--0-Ow0f-0--Q-0-vo-o-9-0w0--0--Ov-lv-0-f0-ofwf-0--0--ln0- -0- Get Ready Now The expansion in business and the Na- tional Defense industries have created a great demand for male and female Typists, Stenographers, Secretaries. Bookkeepers, Accountants and other office help. If you want a good business or Civil Service position, get ready now by at- tending the Day or Night sessions of Strayer's Business School 807 Chestnut St. Lom. 0854 Philadelphia, Pa. Stenoftypy taught without charge for machine. A-Q04-96-4'-v-uw-twswwrv-0--CwCff0v0f-Ov-iv-0-0--0-0-o0v-0--Ou Realtor Grange Insurance In All Its Branches Phone 3475 Medford, N. J. Job Braddock X i Compliments of A Friend C ll ,,.,,. -o--one--0 -O1-9+-0-0-O--O--9n0--0--0w0f-0w0-f0--0--0--0--0fw- 41-910-'VQHQHM .ano- T H E R E D O A K o--o-o--o--0-so--o--0--0--o--o--0--o--vso--0--0--0--0--o-we-4--0 AN EDUCATION IN SCIENCE offers to qualified young men and young women today exceptional op- portunities for interesting and suc- cessful carrers. This institution, the oldes of its kind in the America's con- ducts courses of study in pharmacy, chemistry, bacteriology and biology leading to B.Sc., and graduate study and research in pharmacy, bacteriol- ogy and biology leading to M.Sc., and D.Sc. degrees. Write for Catalog A. Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science Founded 1821 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Phone Mount Holly 680 Private Banquet Room New Fireside Dining Room Luncheon - Dinner Warren and Ruth Leary 230 High Street Mount Holly, N. J. 'l14"O'vl'-MQ1Q'fO0O0O"Ol'O00'O0O"O"O"O"O"O"O"l"O' -00000-0004-+wwvM04-00-v-0+-Dwi-+++++4w0 Cross Road Service Station C. A. Pennington, Prop. Phone 4841 Medford, N. J. 04 kk 09i --Q--Q--o--4-o--0--o--m-o--nu-0-A--u-Q.-0--4.4..g..q..e--o1.e..o...... o--0--o--o-Q-5 ...' I Fl IU I'1'l U O P K 0-vo-n 'O' OOM --0+-0-0-0-Of-0-01 ' 5 -O-0-if-0--M-v-O--two--94-vrdwintwlf-owl-4-4-M -Ov!-04 -Mwwlnm-ravi-Owvw-+ 5 4'-rm-aaa'-0--v-0--0-vmfvfb-9 3 Q 0-04-Onto-Qucnbc ..g..g..ge.ge.g..g..g..g..g.e5.eg..g.eg..g..g.eg Rexall Drug Store Alex. Dubell, Prop. Mount Holly, N. J. Phone 1 I -C004-I--M-0--Ou!-wnvouehfmw-4--0+w--hw DIEGES 81 CLUST 17 John Street Manufacturers of specialty jewelryg Class rings Medals, cups, trophies and plaques Official jewelers to the Class of 1942 .. .eg --O- ?' WIWINIUINOIICNQNCNI'PC'll"O"l"O0l'1l".".' "l0'C"C0Of'l0l0l li Congratulations 2 S Class of 1942 I 1 + S Fox-Mount Holly 2 g The Theatre of Hits! Q 9 Q 'l' Q Q ll'll"l"OWO'lO"l4IO0O0O' E geqeegeeb--0--O--0--9-.g..g..g. e-Qeegeeqeeguge.qug..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..gE Defend your property with paint 5 g 9 f 3 Phone 3643 Q 2 3 z Floyd K. Brainn 5 6 'I' 9 . E Painting and Decorating S . Q 3 2 ss Bremen Street Medford, N. J. 5 Q Q 3 s 2 ? 9 ? s 2 New York, N. Y. 3 5 , E and plns Z 2 5 Athletic Awards 5 Mount Holly High School 3 9-v-o-o--o-an .g..g. ..q..g-eg-.ge.g..g.....g..g.g..g. ..qeegeeg...ep.egeegeepeqe4.4.eg-egeegee...g..qeege.g..ge.g.....geeg..ge-Q-ep-ege.g..g..ge.q..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..geege.Qeeg.....g.-g.- 60 , THE RED OAK -e-one-one-one-e-0-0-0--e-1e--0--e-0-9-one--0--of-0--e--e.-e Q--we--of -c--e--ane--e--e--e--e-one--e--1-w--u-e--0--r-0--0--0-vw-Q-A-nuevo-www? Compliments of Compliments of Holly Bowlmg Harry Hawkins, Jr. Centre P Agency Route 38 Phone 958 Mount Holly, N. J. Mount Holly, N. J. ' .gg-.gnge-gs-Q..g..g..g..q..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g-.g-.g-.g..g..g..g.....g..e. .g..g..g..g..q..g..g..q..g.4.4..g..g..g..q..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g .g..g..g..oi Q The New York Store H. Rosenbaum Mount Holly, N. J. .. . -euone-.g..5..g..g..g..g..q..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g. . .g..g..g.....g..g..g..g..gn... 9..g..g..q..g..g..g..g..9..g.....g.....g..g..g..q..q. J.. Harry Halt Jeweler Hamilton, Elgin and Longine Wrist Watches Beautiful Diamond Rings, Lockets Pendants and Crosses Bracelets, Compacts and Gifts Waterman and Parker Pens Electric Clocks 84 Main Street Mount Holly, N. J. O''O''O''C''l"l"l"C0C"O"O"l0C'1l"Cl'O"l'lC'-O'vC41OMC'-Cv800'-llilvliulllu- 0--0--I--I--0--0--O--O--0-f vi--0-mum 0 no-.0--e..0..v 0--M -0--0--0--m Foulk's Esso Servieenter Harry Foulk, Owner Auto Repairing Accessories 15 N. Main Street Medford, N. J. Phone 5821 . 1-9.91.q..q..g..g..g..p.g..Q..Q-.Q..g..g..g..g'.g..q..g..g..g..g..g..g g..g.....,,. "Where Mt. Holly Buys Its Greeting Cards" The Courtesy Shop 60 Main Street Mount Holly, N. J. 5 Stationery - Gifts 3 Kirby Bros. Flour, Feed, Grain Jeddo-Highland Coal Medford, N. J. Phone Medford 3131 and 3381 Established 1875 4 -4--0--I--on -0--e--0--0--0--o--0-0--0-fe--0--o--e-v-9--an--rw--0-owe-wwowv .g..g.....g..g........g........... ...... .. . . .,..,..g..g--Q--o--Q--g........,.... French Lumber Co. Lumber and Millwork King Street Mount Holly, N. J. I Q Compliments of THE RED OAK fn...g..g..q..g..g..g..g..g..g........q g.g.. .Qu -one--o--p..g..g..g Compliments of 4 4 E W. C. Madden Hardware 4 5 Mount Holly, N. J. is--o..o.-Q.-cue..0-.Q-.u.mm-.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g....g..,..g.....g..g..g..g..p..g 3--0--0 -o--0--suv - --o--Q--0--0--0-.0-ou .n..o.-Q.-ann. ........g..g 2 Q Frank Human a Reliable Dry Cleaning Tailoring 2 Unclaimed New Suits at 2 Reasonable Prices as Main street Mount Holly, N. J. 9 6 6 -o--o--o--o--v-o--e--a--a--Q--o--o--o--0--mm..0 n.-on......,.....,..,.....g. guy-...Q-.5 .gag-.gn .Q-nnqug. . ng.. Z Dr. Henry J. A. Rau i if E Optometrist E 43 Main Street Mount Holly, N. J. E Phone Mount Holly 395-J ? .......g..g..g..g.....g.....g... .............. ..... .9..g........g.....g....... ..q..o. ..g..g.....g.... g.....,... Z 2 Compliments of I E Becker's Garage x Route 38 Mount Holly 6 0--0-vo--O-fo-O-of-0--0--9-but--Iwo-415 ony. -0- -s--o-4-on -of-Of-0-I-Q01-0-on--0-'O--gnc.. .4--u--0--9--o..Q-.0-of-0-of 5-0 -o-5 -041 m-000-0-Q-0-0-I-0-0.-Q--0--but--C1 gm-r-mow -0--Quint-0-I -vt' - .Q- ..q..g..g..g..g..q..g..g.. .g..g..g. ..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g Sam's Electric Shoe Repairing Shop 34 Main Street Mount Holly, N. J. School Supplies of Quality F. W. Woolworth Co. 30-32 Main Street Mount Holly, N. J. 3.4. Q..g..g..q..q..g..g..g.....g..g.. ..g..g..g.. ..g..g..g... .gn ..g..g..g..g.....g..g..g g..g..g..g..q..9. Compliments of Miron's Dress Shop 16 Main Street Mount Holly, N. J. ..g..,.....g........q..o.. Mt. Holly Pharmacy Lieb 8: Switkay, Proprietors We Fill Prescriptions 64 Main Street Mount Holly, N. J. .-ing... -vo'-y'-Q THE RED OAK -0-Ou -twin!--0--in --I-'lf-I--W -I--0-fl--0--0 -'01'91-I--O--l--Q-10--0--if-ivwvi-'Cav444-mv-hm-visa-01+ Shinn's Barber Shop Compliments of 5 E o I 5 Fl' I Q i i '4 CD na 'S 70 cm O Mae Beauty W. A. Jones, Prop. M0llllf Holly, N. J. Ford Products g..g..q..g..g. .9.909..q+.p.g..p.q..gf.g..QQ.q..q..q..g..g..g..g..9- .g..g..g..g..g 9-.g..g..g..g..g..g. .gn . .g..g-.9..g..g..g..q..g..g..g.-gag. .-0--0--0-f ? if Q 2 5 Q Q Q ? 5 ? 5 Q ? i' ,,'! Q S O 9 5 2 'U 1:1 2 5 5 fb . B Q F4 . W o """ Mancil T. Gager Medford Lakes Contractor and Builder Fenlmore Bros' 0-0--M fo-o-on 54--o--9-v 6 6 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 9 5 Q 9 5 6 9 Q 6 Q 9 Q 2 9 Q 6 6 6 9 6 Log Cabins A Specialty Mount Holly N J , . . 1 V c W P9 O 5 G eu 3 Q n. 'VI o 'I P' ? 5' if ge if 2? ii ? Q5 9? SHORT COURSES Three months and up, for the emergency, in addition to our regular courses. CAMDEN COMMERCIAL SCHOOL 325 Federal Street Camden, New Jersey -l-- 4--0-Ov-ron--9-on0--0--0-0-oo--9-9-0--0-mf-C--C'-v-v-v-0--0--0no--0-10-0--one--0--0-M-0--0--0--0 -l--0--0--0--0--0--0--on -of-Qu . .Q-so-one--r f - .g..Q..g..q..g..9..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.4--Q-.Q-.Q..Q..q-.Q..Q.Q..g..Q..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..q.....g..g..g..g..g........g..g. ug-0-.0-.q..g..g..g The Engravings in This Book Were Made by Peerless Engraving Company Half Tone and Line Commercial Engravings Art Work 22nd and Arch Streets Philadelphia, Pa. 94.4..g..g..g-.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..0-Quo.. . .g.....g..g..g..g..,.g..g..g..g.4--0--0-'Q'.Q-.Q-.gng-.Q-.g..g-.gn........-...Q .gn . -9.4--9-.9-.p..g..g..p.q..g.4..y 63 -0v-a--i-0f-0--0--Q1vowao-Ino0--01-one-.0-.I--0--0--0-ol--0--0--Ove--0'-O--O--lwtwv-0+-Ov-Ov-0 THE RED OAK Q E s B 5 s Q Q Q -0-vt-Oo-0--Ov-O-vb--Of-O-Qwc-0- -C--0w0--Cf-0-0n0w0n0--0- 'OHONOQONCI' +vr++-91-+0-4-vdwiwlwm-to-lwutwrwnrvdvm -lv The Photographs in This Book Were Taken by SABONY STUDIO 1206 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. 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