Manasquan High School - Treasure Yearbook (Manasquan, NJ)

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QLIQAYLOR V R .R .sv i 1 J 4 Q 4 4 1 . J ,,,,,Y, H ,H ?J Ex Libris Cgloreword C The staff of this year book voices tlze lzope of the Class of 1936 tlzat futare graduating classes may have as pleasant memories to recall as we have and tlzat tlze pages of their "Treasure Clzestn may lne as filled witlz re- minders of past joyous Jays. 0 We want tlzese pages to form one vast mirror of happiness anal a reminder of tlze valuable frienclslnips wlziclz we llave made in our lziglz sclzool Jays. 0 We trust tlzat tlzrouglz this eclition we may convey to tlze lower classmen some idea of tlze pride and loyalty u7lziclz our lziglz sclzool lzas inspired in us. To tlzem we say "Carry on!" X. .fig cgbffcbnasquan Wigh School MR. OXENFORD MR. PETROKUBI MR. CIRICOLO fDeclication O To its three advisers, Mr. Oxenford. Mr. Petrokubi, and Mr. Ciricolo, our Class of 1936 owes immeasurable gratitude. The untiring efforts of these teachers have been mainly responsible for the success and happiness of our four years in high school. In the dedication of this year book we want to show the lasting appreciation we feel for the valuable help these men have given to the class as a whole and to the students as individuals. Therefore-, Mr. Oxenford. Mr. Petrokubi, and Mr. Ciricolo, we dedicate this book to you with a heartfelt vote of thanks! FACULTY Crosely, lVilhur D., B.S.. M.A. .. ................. . ....... .... . .....S11fn'r'z'i.vi1ig Prinvipal Northern State Teachers' College, Columbia University: Graduate work: Columbia University, Rutpgers University, Cincinnati University. Santangelo, Dr. Marion C.. HS.. M.S., Ed.D. .... .... . ..... I ,I'ilIt'if70l, CTOIIIllH'l't'I.lll Law Trenton State Teachers' College, Rutgers University: Graduate work: Rutgers University. Anmack, Miss Iileanor, HS. ............ ...'iI'iflllIII'flit', ClllllIllc'I'l'l'l'Il Mrzilimliafics Trenton State Teachers' Cnlleeqe. Brown. Miss Edith M.. Ph.D. .. ...Latin and Englislx Brown University. Brown, Miss Grace A.. AB. ......... . ...... . .... . ...... Iinglixh, Jllathvnmfics and History Montclair State 'Peat-hers' College: Graduate work: Rutpgers University. Champion, Miss Marie .... . . .. ..... . . . . . . . . .Sorial Svi1'm'c 'Frenton State Tear-hers' College. Ciricolo, Mathew L.. B.S. .......... .... . ..I?onkkrvping, Typing and Jmiior I3'11.vimrss Trenton State Teachers' Collesre. Davis, Paul, BA. . ............ ...... . .. ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . .. . . ..lIat1u'mafir.v Milton College: Graduate work: University of llennsylvania. Ehre, Edward, AB., M.A. . .............. . ...... ....E11gIisl1 Rochester University. Columbia University. Fish, Leroy T. ......... .................. . .... . -IM. .llmuml Training, .llnrlzalliral Drafting Columbia University: B4-aux Arts, Paris. Julius, Miss Mildred Ii., B.S. .,................. Bn0lekm'pi11g, Ojfirc l'raCfiv1'. Sfmmgraplzy Indiana State Teachers' College. Pennsylvania Stntte Teachers' College. Karpinsky, Miss Leda C., HS. ......... ...SfPl1l1!1I'UfJIIj', Typing 'Frenton State Teachers' College. Hops, Nvalter lf.. B.A. .......................... Grrurazl. History, Evonomirs mm' P. A. D. Montclair State Teachers' College: Graduate work: University of Muenster. Germany: Mnntelair State Teachers' Colle-Ee. PAGE EIGHT Landis, Wilbur, B.S. ..................... ...English, Vorations and Crvics Millersville State Teachers' College. Leitch, Miss Beotrice, B.S., M.A. ..................... .... S ofial Studies Temple University, University of Pennsylvania. Mathiowetz, Miss Eieanor, BE., M.A. ..... ........ .... E 1 zglixh- Q Superior State Teachers' Cfollegre, Columbia. Oxenforcl, Bishop A., B.'S. ..... .................... - .............. B iology. Gvncral Sricnre Rutgers University: Graduate work: Rutgers University, New York Uni- versity. , , Petrokuhi, Stephen J., B.S., M.S. .. Lafayette College. Clirriiislry- and I'liysic.r Phoenix, Henry M., A.B.. LL.D. ............................ . ........ Frrnrlz and Spnnixli College of the City of New York, New York Law School, and Rutgers Unl- versity. Rankin, Mrs. Dorothy L., A.B. .. Rluffton Colleere. Ohio. . . .jlusir Robinson, Dorothy. B.S. ...... Typing, Junior Bu.rinrs.r Training. Junior High Svhool English Trenton State Teachers' College. Smith, Abram E., B.S. ............... Q .................... Hr-nlfh and P113-sim! Edumfion Savage College for Physibal Education, North Eastern University, Rutgers University and Springttleld College. Smith, Mrs. Kathryn E. .... K ................... .... H c-altlz and Pliysiral Eduration Savage College for Physical Education. Smith, Miss Margaret, B.S. .. ..... .... .................Engli.rh. Srirnrr, Junior Frvnrln University of Pennsylvania, Graduate work: University of Pennsylvania. Vihckham, Martha B.. B.S.. .... ........... . ...... . .. . . . . . . . . ......... . , . .Homv hconnnnrs Trenton State Teachers' College, Rutgers University: Graduate work: Colum- bia University. VVirth, Miss Catherine, B.S. .... . . . . . . . - Trenton State Teachers' College. . ...Librarian PAGE NINE PAGE Q TEN ROBERT GEORGE ANDERSON Commercial Curriculum "Rich in saving common-sense, And, as the greatest only are, - ln his simplicity sublime". Stamp Club l5 Athletic Club 2g Football 25 Hi-Y 35 Treasurer Hi-Y 45 Chairman Letter Committee 45 A. A. Council 4: Band 4. MILTON APPLECATE Commercial Curriculum "As proper man as ever trod upon ncat's leather" Spanish Club 25 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 45 Athletic Council l, 2, 3, 45 Athletic Club 35 Clee Club 2, 35 Commercial Club 35 Sketch Club 2, 35 Basketball Captain 45 Trail? 45 Handball Champion Doubles 45 Handball Runner-up Dou es 3. ROSE F. BARNETT Scientific College Preparatory "So many worlds, so much to do So little done, such things to be" "M" Club l, 2, 3, 45 Representative "M" Club 45 Senior Play 45 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 45 President Y. W. C. A. 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Senior Dance Committee 45 Clee Club l5 Dramatic Club lg Blue and Cray Staff 3. HARRY BRAENDER, JR. Classical College Preparatory "For truth is precious and divine" Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Sketch Club 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2: Year Book Stall: 45 M. H. S. Ping-pong Champion 4. JOHN BRISBEN General Curriculum "I um very fond of the company of ladies" Football 2, 35 Varsity Football 45 Basketball 45 Sketch Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3. STANLEY OSBORN BRONSON Scientific College Preparatory ' -- "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart" Latin Club 2: Aviation Club 2: Representative Manasquan High School Citizens' Government3: Senator Manasquan High School Citilens' Government 4: Business Manager Treasure Chest 4: Senior Play 4. JOSEPH BROOKS Scientilic College Preparatory "A mifs a feather, and a clxief a rod: An honest man's the noblest 'work of Cod" Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Boys' Clee Club 2, 3, 4: Secretary Science Club 4: Treasurer Science Club 4: Member New Jersey All State Chorus: Hall Patrol 4: junior Play 3: Runner-up Handball Doubles 4. RUTH ELAINE CHAPMAN Commercial Curriculum "Of surpassing beauty and in the bloom of youth" President Home-room 2: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: junior Play 3. JUNIE A. CLAYTON Commercial Curriculum "Whistle, and sl1e'tl come to you" y A Football l. 2: Track 2, 3: Aviation Club 2: junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: President Commercial Club 4: Representative Student Gov- ernment 2: Treasurer Junior Class 3: Ring Committee 3: .Secretary Freshman Class l: Treasurer Sophomore Class 2: Study Club l, 33' Junior Prom Committee 3: Home-room Committee 2, 3: Dance Committee l, 2, 3, 4. ALICE REBECCA CORYELL General Curriculum , ."Trutl1 stood on one side and Ease on the other" "M" Club I, 2, 3, 4: Representative "M" Club 3. 4: President "M" Club 4: Varsity Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Captain Varsity Basket- ball 4: Cheerleader 2. 3, 4: Cheerleader Captain 4: M. H. S. Citizens' Court 4: Senior Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. l. 2: B'and 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Dance Committee 4: Junior Prom Committee 33 Journalism 3: Senior Sports Carnival 3, 4: Blue and Cray Staff 3: Minstrel 3: Beautifying Campus. PAGE ELEVEN PAGE TXVELVE BERNICE. MAE CUTTRELL Commercial Curriculum "A fair exterior is a silent recommendation" Commuter: Club 2: Study Club 3, 4. - MARJORIE RUTH DANN Commercial Curriculum "The sweet converse of an innocent mind" junior Play 3g Sketch Club I. 2: Spanish Club 2: Student Council l, 2, 3, 45 Ring Committee 33 Nautical News 33 Treasure Chest 43 Secretary Sophomore Class 23 "M" Club lg Journalism 3, 4: Chairman Insignia Committee 2: Publication 3: Social 4: Washing- ton Trip Committee 4. VIRGINIA BERTHA DEY Commercial Curriculum "Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep" Senior Dramatic Club 25 Chairman of Magazine Campaign 4: Assistant Treasurer junior Class 3: Study Club 4. GLADYS GERTRUDE DEY Commercial Curriculum "The mildest manners, and the gentlest hear!" Spanish Club 25 Study Club 4. JOHN STUART DODD Classical College Preparatory "Let the end try the man" Citizens' Court 3, 45 Track 34 4. KELVIN DOYLE Classical College Preparatory "There is no wisdom like franknesan Hall Patrol 45 Student Government 2, 3, 49 Vice President of Class 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 33 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Student's Court 3: Middle-weight Wrestling Champion 35 Runner- up Handball Singles and Doubles 43 President Home-room l, 2g Secretary Home-room 33 Study Club 2, 3, 4: President Bulletin- board Committee Home-room 3, 45 Radio Playlet 3. WILLIAM C. FLlPPlN General Curriculum "With the smile that was childlike and bland" . Baseball 3, 4: Football 2, 35 Track 43 Science Club l, 2, 3g Gymnasium Instructor at Grammar School 3, 4, AUSTIN DE VOE. PFRAZEE. Classical College Preparatory "Let the world slide" Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l, 4: Mixed Chorus 45 Vice President Music Club 2g Music Club 2, 33 Study Club 3, 4: junior Play 3. MARTIN IVAN FREEMAN, JR. College Preparatory - "No one knows what he can do till he tries" Science Club 4, Entered M. H. S. l935. CHARLES GERNER General Curriculum "What e'er he did was clone with so much ease, In him alone 'twas natural to please" Football l, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4g Band l, 2, 3g junior 'Play 3: President junior Class 3: Study Club 3, 45 Art Club 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club 4g President Mixed Chorus 4g Manager Football 4: PAGE THIRTEEN PAGE FOURTEEN n HUGH MURRAY CILLESPIE. Classical .College Preparatory Q "Everything is sweetened by risk" Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Spanish'Club I-, 25 Senior Play 45 Clee Club 2, 35 President Drivers' Club 45 Study Club l. Z, 3. ESTELLE CREENWALD C D' Commercial Curriculum "Forlune is on the side of lhe strong-hearted" ' sway Club 2, 3, Draws' Club 43 Junior Play ' 5 ' 1 SARAH MILDRED HAGERMAN A Commercial Curriculum "And mislress oi' herself Ihough China falls" ii 4. Dramatic Club 25 Study Club 4. IMOCENE. LORRAINE HALL Commercial,Curriculum "The hahd that hath made giou fair hath made iyou good" Cooking Club l5 Study Club 3, 45 Treasure Chest Staff 45 Secre- tary Senior Class 4. . 55 Q Wx BERNICE JANE. HAYES' General Curriculum A "With her Dixie eyes blazing!" Journalism 35 Glee Club 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Drivers' Club 35 Spanish Club ' EVELXN -ALIDA HOLMAN Commercial Curriculum ' "Silence more musical than any song" Y. C. ,A. l', 2, 3: Treasurer Y. W. C. A. 3: Student Govern- ment 2, 3, 4: Spanish 'Club 2, 3: Secretary Spanish Club 3: Class Senator 3: Secretary Home-room 4. HOWARD HZDRNE. , Scientilic College Preparatory 1' f "Seiji-trust is lhe jirsl secret of success" Y Track 2, 3, 4: Baseball Ig 'Football 2, 3, 4: Aviation Club 2, 3: Glee Club l, 2: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Boxing 2, 3. 4. W 4 1 WILLIAM HUSQEY, JR. Scientilic. College Preparatory A 'ildleness is an appendix to nobility" Commercial' Club 3: M. 'FL S. Students' Court 4: President Home- room 4: Golf' Team 3, 4: Manager Golf Team 4: Study Club 2: junior Prom 3: Year Book Staff 4. NVILLIAM LE. RQY JACKSON Commercial Curriculum "Of -21 good beginning comelh a good enf' Presidentvstamp Club I: Aviation Club 2: President Home-room 2, 3, 4: Treasure Chest 4: Ring Committee 3: A. A. Association 2: Secretary A. A. Association 3: Student Court 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3: Track 3: President Senior Class 4: .President M. H. S. Student Government 4: Hall Patrol 3, 4: Treasurer Monmouth County Student Councils 4: Sports Carnival 21 4: Finance Com- mittee 4: Spanisli Club 2: Auditing Committee Central Fund 4: Washington Trip Committee 4. ' ' " '- U' K . G . XVILLIAM' CHARLES JUNEMANN, JR. General-Curriculum A "Hail Fellow, well met: Drivers' Club.4: Vice President Drivers' Club 4. Entered M. H. S. I935. ' i . ,o ' ' . PAGE FIFTEEN PAGE SIXTEEN FRANK LAXVRENCE LASHEK N Commercial Curriculum "Tail is the lam of life and its best fruit" Tmk 2, 3, 4, Aviation Club 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH LA VANCE General Curriculum "1 am not only witty in myself, but the cause that n-it is in other men." Baseball Manager 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Athletic Council, 3, 43 French Club 33 Student Government 2: Athletic Club 33 Science' Club 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 Glee Club lg Sketch Club 3. 4. CHESTER LOMBARD Classical Curriculum "Ah, n-hy . .Should life all labour be?" Aviation Club 3, 43 Entered M. H. S. l934. MARION LENDA LUKER CommercialliCurriculum "Her air, her manners, all who sam admired" Dramatic Club 2, 33 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Cnlee' Club 2, 3, 43 Secretary Girls' Glee Club 43 Drivers' Club 43 Treasurer Clee Club 43 Senior Play 4. I Ahili M ALICE DEAN MARCELLUS Classical College Preparatory "A pretty garden in her looks And in her mind the nriscst books" Basketball l: "M" Club lj Latin Club l, 2, 33 Consul 33 Senior Minstrel 33 Chairman Class Ring Committee 2, 33 Student Court 4: Year Book Staff 4: Washington Trip Committee 43 Assembly Com- mittee 3: junior Play 33 Senior 'Play 43 Queen Big Sea Day 43 Dance Committees 2, 3, 43 Sports Carnival 4. WILLIAM G. MERTZ General Curriculum "Too swift arrives as lardy as loo slow" Hi-Y 3, 4: Athletic Council 2, 4: Home-room Representative 2: Study Club l, 3. BETTE SYLVIA MEYERS Commerccial Curriculum "Her 'voice was ever soft, - Gentle. anal lonr-an excellent thing in woman" Treasurer Freshmen Class l: Vice President Sophomore Class 2: Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Secretary Glee Club 4: President Girls' Glee Club 4: All State Chorus 4: Operetta "Miss Cherry Blossom" 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: Drivers' Club 4: Secretary Drivers' Club 4: Treasurer Drivers' Club 4: Senior Dramatic Club 2, 3: Spanish Club l: Treasurer Dramatic Club 2: Treasure Chest Staff 3, 4: Chairman Junior Prom Committee 3: Ring Committee 3: Blue and Gray Staff 2: Chairman Invitation Committee 4: Program Chairman 4: "M" Club l, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Sports Carnival 3, 4. E.l..OlSE. A. MORRIS Commercial Curriculum "Let all things be done decently and in order" Commercial Club 3, 4: Commuters' Club 3: Study Club l, 2. FRED W. MORRIS General Curriculum "Silence is deep as Eternity. speech is shallow as Time" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Vice President Hi-Y 4: Properties Man Junior Play, Senior Play: Stamp Club Vice President 4. EDITH GLORIA MORTON General Curriculum "Simplicity of character is no hindrance to subtlety of intellect" Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3, 4: Cooking Club 2: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Commuters' Club 3: "M" Club 4: Journalism 4: Dance Committee 4. t 2 S it s t PAGE SEVENTEEN PAGE EIGHTEEN ELLISON LEON MORTON Commercial Curriculum ustudious to please, yet not ashamed to fait" Football 2, 3,5 Baseball 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Track Manager 33 Junior Ring Committee 33 junior Play 3: Commercial Club 35 Study Club 4. JOHN JOSEPH MORTON Commercial Curriculum "An honest man's the noblest work of Cod" Football 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 23 Study Club 3g Athletic Council 45 Middle-weight Boxing Champion 3g Athletic Club 33 Football Captain 43 Tree Planting 3. AUDREY A. MOUNT Commercial Curriculum "Endurance is the crowning quality, And patience att the passion of great hearts" Commercial Club l, 2, 3: Secretary Home-room 2: President Home- room 3g Secretary Student Council 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Journalism 3g Spanish Club 25 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Treasure Chest 4. HENRY L. MOUNT General Curriculum "Bravery never goes out of fastrioni' Treasurer Stamp Club l: Treasurer Science Club 3: Vice President Science Club 4: Science Club 2, 3, 43 junior Play 3: Senior Play 45 Treasurer of Band 3: Class Historian 3g Home-room Committee 2, 33 Dance Committee l, 2, 3, 4g Junior Prom Committee 3. KENNETH NEWMAN Commercial Curriculum "Every man of us has att the centuries in him" Football 43 Commercial Club Treasurer 35 Athletic Association 4: Tree Planting Committee 3. LEONARD P. NEWMAN A Commercial Curriculum "We do not what we ought What we ought not, me do, And lean upon the thought That chance will luring us through." Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Handball Champion 2, 3, 4: Football 35 Stucly Club l, 25 Science Club 3, 45 Golf Team 3, 45 Sketch Club 2, 3. OSCAR W. NEWMAN General Curriculum "Men of few words are the best men" Aviation Club 25 Science Club 3, 4. VIRGINIA RUTH NEWMAN Classical College Preparatory "Charms strike the sight, but merit mins regard" Latin Club l, 2, 35 Consul 35 Secretary Junior Class 35 Junior Play 35 Student Court 45 Washington Trip Committee 45 Assembly Com- mittee 35 Senior Play 45 Year Book Staff 4. TI-IEADORE. OFELDT, JR. General Curriculum "Devise, mit: write, pen5 for I am for whole volumes in folio" Football 2, 45 Hall Patrol 35 Study Club l, 2. 3. 4. LYNDEN OKERSON Commercial Curriculum "Would you both cat your cake and have your cake?" Hi-Y 2, 35 Treasurer Hi-Y 35 Treasurer Senior Class 45 Treasurer A. A. Association 45 Treasure Chest 45 Washington Trip Com- mittee 45 Auditing Committee Central Fund. PAGE NINETEEN PAGE TVVENTY ROBERT CEDRIC OLSEN General Curriculum "Hom short our happy days appear! How long the sorrowful" Football 2, 3, 4: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, Athletic Club 4, Basketball 43 Senior Minstrel Show 3. ROBERT LEON PATTERSON General Curriculum "The lhings which must be must be for the hes!" Secretary Science Club 33 Spanish Club 4, Golf Team 4. JAMES WAYNE PAULIN Commercial Curriculum "Naugl1l venture, naught have" Supreme Court Clerk 39 Editor of "Our Times" 4: Director of Amateur Hour 3, 4g Winner of Typewriting Contest 3. GLADYS lONA PEER Commercial Curriculum "This one, like all good women, had a temper of her own" Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer Y. W. C. A. 4: Girls "M" Club l, 2, 3, 4: Vice President "M" Club 45 Girls' Basketball lg Cooking Club Ig French Club l, 2, 35 Secretary Home-room 4. DORIS F'RE.EMAN PERKINS Scientific College Preparatory "The fair, the chaste, and unexpressive she" Representative Student Council 3, 45 "M" Club 2, 3g Y. W. C. A, I, 2, 3: Senior Play 4. LEON LESLIE PETTIT Commercial Curriculum - "Infinite riches in a lilllc room" . Athletic Club 2, 33 Drivers' Club 3, 4. DORIS ELIZABETH PETERSON Commercial Curriculum "Be wisely IDDTJIP, be no! 'morally wise" Sketch Club I, 2. 3, 4: French Club 2: Glee Club I: Girl Reserves I, 23 "M" Club lg Athletic Association I, 2: Invitation Com- mittee 4. DONALD CONRAD PITCHER Scientific College Curriculum "But where is the man that can live lvilhoul dining?" Aviation Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 3, 43 Glen Club I, 2. MARGARET ELIZABETH RANKIN Commercial Curriculum "She lhat was ever fair A Had tongue at will and yet was never loud" Secretary Home-room 3: Girls' Glee Club 3: Drivers' Club 3, -lg Treasurer of Drivers' Club 3: Entered M. H. S. I935. BLANCHE SCHADT General Curriculum "And Ihough hard be the task. Keep a slif upper lip." Dramatic Club 3, 4: Secretary Dramatics Club: Treasurer Dramatic Club 3, 4g "M" Club 3, 43 Representative "M" Club 43 junior Play 3. PAGE TIVENTY-ON E PAGE TVVENTY-TWVO RUTH SCHADT General Curriculum "A willing heart, a ready hand and ability with all" Dramatic Club 3, 4g Journalism 4: "M" Club 3, 43 Secretary Home- room 31 Vice President Home-room 4: Secretary Economics Club 4: Junior Play 33 Senior Play 4: Treasure Chest Staff 43 Cap and Gown Committee 4. KATHRYN DENISE. SCHANCK General Curriculum "Merrily, merrily shall I live now, Under the blossom that hangs on the Bough" President Home-room lg Principals Cabinet lg Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 3, 4g Study Club 33 Junior Ring Committee 3: "M" Club 4: Manager Girls Varsity Basketball Team 4: Senior Play 4: Y. W. C. A. 4g Secretary Y. W. C. A. 4: Operetta "Miss Cherry Blossom" 45 Home Economics Club lg Student Manager of Sports Carnival 4. MILDRED REGINA SEARLES General Curriculum "Diligence is the mother of good foIlunc" "M" Club 45 Entered M. H. S. l935. JOHN L. SERVISS Classical College Preparatory "Wise to resolve, and patient to perform" President Freshman Class Ig President Sophomore Class 2: President of Collectors Club lg Principals Cabinet Ig Home-room Captain l: French Club 2, 33 Study Club 2, 3: judge Manasquan High School Students' Court 43 President Home-room l: Economics' Club 45 President Philatelists Club l. MARVIN ALBERT SMITH General Curriculum "With patient inatlcnlion hear him prate" Aviation'Club 2g Commercial Club 3: Hilcers' Club 4. DOROTHY MURlEl.. SNEDEKER Commercial Curriculum "Through thick and thin. both over bank and bush, In hope to attain her by hook or crook." Girl Reserves l, 2: "M" Club lg Sketch Club l, 2. 3, 43 Music Club l, 23 junior Play Cast 35 Orchestra lg French Club 2: Girls' Basketball lg Glee Club l, 23 Sports Carnival 3, 45 Athletic Association lnvitation Committee 4: Dance Committee 3. ANDREW ANTHONY SPAGNOLIA Commercial Curriculum "Beware the fury of a patient man" Stamp Club lg Commercial Club 25 Aviation Club 33 Drivers' Club 4: Senior Play 4. AUDREY WORTHINGTON STONER Commercial Curriculum "A short saying contains much wisdom" Commercial Club 2. 3, 43 Secretary Commercial Club 4, Cooking Club lg Spanish Club 25 Sports Carnival 3, 4. ALBERT W. SWEET. JR. Scientific College Preparatory "1t's clever, but is it art?" Football 2, 3, 4: Varsity Football 3, 4: Track 2. 3, 4: Hi-Y 3. 43 French Club 2, 3, Science Club 4: Athletic Council 3. JOHN TAYLOR General Curriculum "A .rolling stone gathers no moss" Basketball 45 Baseball 3, 4: 'Football 3, 4: Track 3, 4, Dramatic Club 33 Athletic Council 4. PAGE TVVENTY-THREE , + PAGE TYVENTY-I-'O UR ALMA CATHERINE TILTON Commercial Curriculum "We are never so happy or so unhappy as we suppose" Home Economics Club lg Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Secretary of Commercial Club 33 Assistant Editor "Our Times" 43 "M" Club 2, 3g Spanish Club 23 Sports Carnival 3. LEONARD LOUIS WARWICK Commercial Curriculum "As large as life and twice as natural" Athletic Club l, 23 Treasurer Student Council 3, 4. GEORGE L. WATSON General Curriculum "Honor lies in honest toil" Football Team 2, 3, 43 Baseball Team 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Court 4: Basketball 4. MARIE CATHERINE WHELAN Classical Curriculum "A daughter of the gods, divinely tall, V and most divinely fair" Sketch Club 3, 43 Invitation Committee 4. MARGARET LOUISE WILEY Commercial Curriculum "Moderation, the noblest gift of Heai1en" Cooking Club li Commercial Club 2. 43 Spanish Club 2. DEAN ARMSTRONG WlLSON General Curriculum "Their hearts and sentiments mere free, Their appetites were hearty" Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 President Hi-Y 43 Senior Play 43 Sketch Club 4. FRED W. WILSON Scientific Curriculum "This is the porcelain clay of humankind" , - Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Track 33 Vice President Home-room I3 Home-room Chairman 43 Runner-up Middle-weight Boxing 33 Treasure Chest 43 Science Club 43 Representative Student Government 3: Study Club 33 Athletic Couneilq Athletic Asso- ciation 23 Economics Club 43 Home-room Committee 2, 3, 43 Tree Planting Committee 33 Guard Committee 13. 4. ME.l..VlN WOOD General Curriculum "Here's metal most attractive" Football 3, 43 Basketball 2. 3, 43 Baseball l, 2, 3, 43 Hall Patrol 2, 3, 43 Fire Patrol 3, 43 Athletic Association 2, 33 President Athletic Association 43 Boxing Finals 2, 3, 43 Handball Doubles Championship. FRANCES WOLF Commercial Curriculum "Ever charming. ever new" Senior Play 43 Mixed Cttee Club 43 Girls' Glee Club 43 Dramatic Club 43 President Home-room 43 Operetta "Miss Cherry Blossom" 4. Entered M. H. S. I935. RUTH ZELEK Commercial Curriculum "Although the last, not least" Spanish Club 3, 43 President Spanish Club 43 Study Club 3, 43 Secretary Home-room 2, 3, 43 Clee Club l, 23 Commuters' Club 33 Student Government 2. PAGE TVVENTY-FIVE WHO'S WHO IN THE SENIOR CLASS Audrey Stoner. . Kathryn Schanck . Virginia Newman Doris Perkins .... Alice Coryell . . . Margaret Wiley. . Estelle Greenwald Virginia Dey .... Imogene Hall. . . Alma Tilton .,.. Marie Whelan. . . Alice Marcellus. . Marjorie Dann. . . Kathryn Schanck .... . Dorothy Snedeker. . . . Doris Peterson. . Bernice Hayes. . . Marion Luker. . . . . . Bette Meyers .... Ruth Chapman. . Frances Wolf. . . Sarah Hagerman. Rose Barnett .... Marion Luker. . . Alida Holman. . . Blanche Schadt. . Gladys Dey .... Gladys Peer ..., Eloise Morris. . . Edith Morton. . . .Audrey Mount. . Ruth Schadt ..,. Ruth Zelek ..... Bernice Cuttrell. . Mildred Searles. . Margaret Rankin. PAGE TVVENTY-SIX Best Stenographer ........ . . .,... Best Leader. . . ....Most Studious.. . . .... Most Artistic. . . . . . . .Best Athlete. . . .. ..... Frankest . . . .. .....CIassGiggler.... .. ...DzdMostforM.H.S..... .. . .Most Popular ,... . ...Shortest . .. .....TalIest. . . .. . . . .... Most Stylish. . . . .Best Driver. . . . . . . Wittiest . . . . . . .Ellison Morton . .William Jackson . . . . .John Serviss . . .John Brisben . . .Melvin Woods . . . .Henry Mount .Leonard Warwick . .Lynden Okerson . . .Charles Gerner . . . . . .Leon Pettit . .Whitman Sweet . . .Harry Braender William Junemann . . . .Joe La Vance . .Most Musical .... ..... A ustin Frazee . . . ..... Nearest. ..... . . . . . .Biggest Flirt. . . .Most Excitable. . Leonard Newman . . .Hugh Gillespie .Milton Applegate . .Best Dancer ..... .... J unie Clayton .Most Likeable . . ....Cutest........ Most Independent . .. Best Couple . . .. .Most Talkative. . .....Shyest..... Most Changeable. . ....Slowest...... .. . .Most Modest. . . ....Quietest. . .. ... Best Cook .... . .. .Most Agreeable. . ...Most Poetic. .. .Most Teasing. . . . .Most Patient .... . . . . . .... Most Ambitious. . . . .Most Pleasing. . . . . .John Morton . . . .Stuart Dodd . . . .James Bond . . .Dean Wilson . . . .James Paulin . . .Oscar Newman .Kenneth Newman . . . .John Taylor . .Stanley Bronson . . . .Joseph Brooks . .William Flippen . . . . Fred Wilson . . .Kelvin Doyle . . . .James Hussey .Robert Anderson . . . .Fred Morris . . . .Robert Olsen SENIOR CLASS WILLIAM JACKSON ,.......,,..... ....... P resident KELVIN DOYLE .,... .... V ice President IMOGENE HALL . . . .,.... Secretary LYNDEN OKERSON . . ..... Treasurer Class Motto ,........,. . . ."Perge ad Successum" Class Colors . . ....,. Blue and White Class Flower ..............,........................ Ragged Sailor Advisers MR. BISHOP GXENFORD MR. STEPHEN PETROKUBI MR. MATTHEXV CIRICOLO During the past four years, the Senior Class has made an enviable record both in curricular and extra-curricular activities. Many of our members have been consistently on the honor roll. Among these are Alice Marcellus, Virginia Newman, Marjorie Dann, John Serviss and Stanley Bronson. Under the capable leadership of Mr. Ciricolo, Mr. Oxenford, and Mr. Petrokubi. we have successfully sponsored many outside activities including a trip to New York during our Sophomore year, the Junior and Senior Plays, the Junior Prom and the final trip to Washington. Melvin Woods, James Bond, and John Taylor, Alice Coryell, Bette Meyers, and Gladys Peer played important parts in the athletic activities of Manasquan. The orchestra, band, and glee clubs have had many participants from our class. We are the first class to complete a four-year term in the new High School and we feel justly proud of the records we are leaving behind. We wish the best of success and happiness to the undergraduates who are about to follow us. AUSTIN FRAZEE, Historian PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN SENIOR Name Answers to Anderson. Robert . . . , ."Bob" . . . Applegate, Milton "Moo" . . . Barnett, Rose ..... , ."Dody" . . Bond, James ,... "Bondy" , Braender, Harry . . . . . Tex" . . Brisben, John ...... . . Junior" . Bronson, Stanley . . . . ."Mary" . , Brooks, Joseph .... . . Joe" . . . Chapman, Ruth . . "Ruthie" . Clayton, Junie . . "Junie" , Coryell. Alice . . . "Allie" '. Cottrell, Bernice . . "Bunny" . Dann, Marjorie . . . . ."Marge" . Dey, Gladys .... "Gladys" . Dey. Virginia . . "Ginnie" . Dodd, Stuart "Stew" , Doyle. Kelvin ..... . ."Killer" . . Flippin, William . . . . . "Flip" . . . Frazee, Austin .... . . "Frazee" , Freeman, Ivan . . Bunny" . Gerner, Charles . . . Charlie" . Gillespie, Hugh . . . . . Bunny" . Greenwald, Estelle Estie" . . . Hagerman. Sarah . "Sarah" .. Hall, Imogene .,... , . "Immfie" . Hayes, Bernice .. "Dina" . Holman, Alida .... . ."Allidia" . Horne, Howard . . . . ,"Butch" . . Hussy. James ..... . . "Jimmie" Jackson, William . . . . ."Bill" . . . Junemann. William .... "Red" . , . Lashek, Frank ..... . ."Larry" . . LaVance, Joseph . . . . ."Joe" . . . Lombard, Chester . . . . ."Chut" . Luker, Marion .... , ,"Molly" . . Marcellus, Alice . , . . ."Marce" . . Mertz, William . . . , . Bill" . . Meyers, Bette . . . Bet" . . . Morris, Eloise . . . Eloise" . . Morris, Fred .... "Fred" . . Morton, Edith . . Edie" . , Morton, Ellison , . . . . Elm" . . Morton, John .... . ."Jonnie" . Mount, Audrey . . . . ,"Audrey" . Mount, Henry ..... . ."Mountie" Newman, Kenneth "Mike" .. Newman, Leonard "Lenny" . Newman. Oscar . . . . . Oscari' . Newman, Virginia "Ginnie" . Ofeldt, Theodore . . . . . Ted" . . Okerson, Lynden , . . . . Pete" . . . Olsen, Robert ...,.. . . "Swede" . Patterson, Robert . . . . ."Bob" . . Paulin, James ,... . . "Jim" . . PAGE TYVENTY-EIGHT u xc M IRROR Favorite E acpressions Buck up! ...... Aw get out!" . Pardon me!" . Sez you!" ,.... "Oh heck!" .... .. How about that!" In a pig's neck!" , . ."I'm gonna raise chickens Oh shut up! ,.,. Nuts!" ..,.. Ya ready!" ...,.. Oh stop!" ...... What are we waiting for? Go away!" .... . . Be quiet!" . Uh-huh!" . . That's aces!" . "oh yeah!" . Aw come on!" .. O.K. toots!" . "Hey Cassidy" . Listen! ..... "Cut it out!" ..... "I don't know!" . . Go away!" ..... How-y'all!" ., Oh dear!" ...,. , Hi-fella bums!" Do you love me?" Oh yea!" ....... Tough guy!" ... I don't know!" . Hey Bondy!" , Aw nuts!" . . Isn't he cute!" Hey Newm!" ... Aw nuts!" ...... How'm I doing?" Me too!" ,.... . I'm hungry!" . I believe so!" . Darn it!" ... I reckon!" ,. It is that!" ., Aw nuts!" ..... H1-ya!" ........ Do you stuff birds ?n Scram-I" .... , , Hey Marcel" .... Hey Toots!" ,.. , This don't check!" Gosh darn!" .... Hey mug!" .... Yes but-I" . Y l Hobby Tinkering with cars . SENIOR MIRROR Stalling time in oflice practice . . Necking .......... Arguing with Oxenford ..... Girls ....,....... Drawing ......... Throwing erasers Singing .....,... Fussing with hair Dancing .,..... i All sports ...... Teasing Junie ..... Dancing with Ray . . Day dreaming i.... Collecting money Being shy . .,.... . Baseball ....... Boxing ....... Playing piano . . . Studying nature . . . Playing drums ..... Wrecking cars ....., Riding in rumble seats Keeping quiet ....,, Riding in rumble seats Being southern ..... Being helpful ,..,.. Track ........ Blufiing .... Basketball .... . Playing Cards ..... Fixing Kops car .... Making wise cracks . . monica . Trying to play the har I I 1 I 1 i Flirting .i...,.... Tap dancing ...... Tinkering ,... Dancing ......,.. You ask her ....... Hoarding stamps . . . Cooking ,,...... Laughing ...,.... Playing football .... Being on committees . Flirting ......... Chewing gum .. Tennis ....... Art ....... Studying ......,i. Pipes ...,........ Working for Miss Julius .... Going to the movies . Being original ...... Arguing ......... Usually Found Not at home ,.... In the gym .... With Dean . . . In the gym ..,.. Coming late .... With Barbara . . . Quiet .,..... Blushing .... With Mount .,.... Hitch hiking ..,........i.. With Katy and Dody . . . . . . In the movies ....... With Cassidy ...... Alone ..,.... ..... Behind cash register On hall duty ,...... Around Ginnie . . . Mowing lawns . . . Auditorium .... In the woods . . . With Cassidy . . . .With Snedeker . , . Yawning ...... In a daze ................ Not at home ............. Arguing for the South ,,,... With Mr. Phoenix In iirst place ...,.... Just late ........ In the gym . . . Locker Room .... At the garage ...... Late sixth period . . . Raking lawn .,.. With Meyers . . . In a mood ..... Checking coats . . . ln Long Branch ....... At home ,.,.......,...... Back stage ,... ........... In Home Economics room With Ruth ............... Talking to Katy ....,.. . . . Everywhere ....... Making wise tracks . . Preparing gum ..... Playing cards .... In a daze ,... With Doyle .......... . . . Singing riddles .,.......... In the bookkeeping room Checking out in the oflice Anywhere ......,........ Future Intention . . .Business man College Orchestra conductor . . .Prep school . . . .College . . . ,Man-about-town , . . .Chemist . . .Opera singer Hair dresser Gigolo Nurse Stenographer Home life 1 iTypist Cashier College . . .Dartmouth . . . ."Joe Lewis" , . . .Second Duchin Farmer In the movies g College Maryland Dietitian Secretary Southern Cracker Father secretary Aeronautical engineer Own a harem Salesman . . .You'd be surprised Mechanic Prep school Undecided Telephone operator Making money Mechanic Chorus girl Nurse Teacher Nurse President Navy Hard to tell College Z iTrapping Hard to tell Commercial art Teaching Left to fate Accountant Pilot Travel Whistling ..... .,...., . . . Undertaker PAGE TVVENTY-NINE SENIOR MIRROR Name Answers to Peer, Gladys .... Perkins, Doris .. Petit, Leon ..... Petterson, Doris . Pitcher, Donald , Rankin, Margaret Schadt, Blanche . Schadt, Ruth , . . Schanck, Kathryn Searles. Mildred . Serviss, John . . . Smith. Marvin . . Snedeker, Dorothy Spagnolia. Andrew Sweet. Whitman Stoner, Audrey . Taylor, John . . . Tilton, Alma . . . Warwick. Leonard Watson. George . Whelan. Marie . . Wiley, Margaret . Wilson, Dean . . . Wilson. Fred . . . Wood, Melvin . . Wolf, Frances . . . Zelek, Ruth .. PAGE THIRTY cs an 44 rc 4- Peer" , . . . Perky" . Le" , , Pete" . Pitch" . in n cc Peg . . Shots" . "Shoty" . u U u :- .1 cc Katy' . . . Squirrels" . . John" . . . Smitty" . . Dotty" . . . Andy" . . . . Whit" . . . , "Little Audrey" as Jonnie" . . , "Tillie" , . . . on u n u tn 1- aa u Warwick . Watson" . Marie" . Marge" .. Windy" .. Willy" . Mel" .. Frannyn.. . Zelek" . Favorite Expressions Hey Schadts" .... "Hello darling!" . u O. K. droop!" . . "Huh!" ..., . . . "Nuts!" .... . . . "Oh I'm sorry!" . "Insiped" ...... . . "Infant" .,... , . . Hi-Mickey Finn !" Hows That?" .... Now-a- !" ns u an Do you wanna hear a joke Come up and see me!" . . in an .4 ? You made your bed, so-!' 1- cr Joy-Joy!" . .. Hello darling!" . . . "I think so!" . "Oh yeah!" .. "Unknown!" . "Ah go on!" . Hey roots!" . Quiet!" . . . "Oh yeah!" . . H u Nuts!" ....... 'l'Oh, shucks!" .. Rayiand I-I" . . I don't know what it is!" Hobby Eating candy . , . Blushing .... Loafing ...,.... Going places ..... Getting in the way Dancing ........ Reading .,...... Writing ,....... Making noise .... Trying to be funny Thinking ....... Farming ......,. Going places .,.. Entertaining ,... Tennis ......... Playing the piano . The ladies ...... Being helpful . . . Telling jokes . . . Athletics ..... Cutting up .... . . Typing ........ Necking with Dody Sports ......... Basketball ..,.., Acting ,.... Good times . . . SENIOR MIRROR Usually Found . Selling candy ,,.. ...Drawing .Chewing gum . . . . . . .With Gillespie . . . , . . . . .Plagiarizing . . . .. ...Intheha1ls... . Quarreling ...... .,.Typingroom....... ........TalkingtoJonnie....,.... Handing out bus tickets ...Studying.......... . . . . .Teasing someone . . . . . . .Talking to the boys . . . . .Out nights ...... . . . .. ...With anybody ,... . . .... Putting on lipstick . . . .In the halls ...,.... . . .Thinking of Duke . . . . . .Eating candy . . . In Brielle ..,....,.. .. ...Strolling in the hall .. ........Notathome........ ...AtDody'shouse... ...With Marcellus . In the gym ...,..... .Making faces ....... . . .With the Schadt twins Future Intention Hard work Art school Jockey College Engineer Business woman Something different Journalist Keeping house Stenographer Lawyer Farmer Beautician Making millions West Point Stenographer Ladies' man Beautician Executive College Farmerette Wedding bells Annapolis Engineer College Broadway Secretary PAGE THIRTY-ONE THE WASHINGTON TRIP On March 31, seventy-six members of the Senior Class and four faculty members left Manasquan High School for three glorious days in Washington. IJ. CI. ,.,. Upon our arrival in the Capital city, we were astonished to see the Jap- anese cherry trees in bloom, as everyone had told us that our early visit would make this sight impossible. Our first visit was to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. We were greatly impressed by the efficiency and smoothness with which the work was done. Our next stop was at the Pan American Building. The beauty of the tropical patio and the impressiveness of the council room for the Pan-American Union will remain very vividly in our minds for some time to come. The visit at night to the Congressional Library will be remembered for many years on account of the unusual contents of the library, including sketches. paintings, old books and manuscripts. Thence we went to the Lin-- coln Memorial, a perfect tribute to that great president of our country. The immense figure of Lincoln, carved in white marble, stood out prominently under the system of indirect lighting. The next day we visited the Franciscan Monastery, and the National Cathedral where President Wilson and Admiral Dewey are buried. The spiritual beauty of these two buildings and the lovely garden at the Monastery held us spellbound. . . Following this. we spent a delightful half-hour in the Zoological Gardens. Soon after, we left for a visit to the Corcoran Art Gallery which contained many interesting exhibits. The afternoon found us in Mount Vernon, a place that well deserves the wonderful things written about it. Its grand simplicity brings a quiet. restful feeling into the hearts of visitors. Next we went to the Arlington National Cemetery where the Amphitheatre and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier greatly impressed us. We started our last day in Washington with a visit to the Washington Monument. The sights from the top of this unique structure- were lovely. with the Lincoln Memorial and the famous cherry trees seeming even more beautiful than ever before The Aircraft Building. the Old and the New Museums with the Smith- sonian Institute. which were next on our schedule, proved to be places in which vve could gladly have spent nionths. The White House was last but by far not least on our itinerary. The building lived up to our greatest expectations and we were more than delighted with the rooms which we were especially permitted to see. On the way home We stopped at Annapolis to see the Navy's first dress parade of the Spring. It was a sight that none of us would have missed. The trip was a success in every way. We shall never forget the things seen and we appreciate having had the privilege of visiting our capital city as a class. MARJORIE DANN P.-XG E TH IRTY-TNVO I Undergraduates IIIIIIIlIIllllIIIII!IlIIIIIIIllllIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIllIIIIllllllllllII!llIlllllllIllllllIIl JUNIOR CLASS U STANLEY TRUAX ................,.. .,.... P resident JOE WOLFERSBEROER . . . . . . Vice President JOE EHRLENBACH .......... ....... S ecretary JACK HYDE .................... ...... T reasurer Advisers MRS. DOROTHY RANKIN MR. LEROY FISH Miss LEOA KARPINSKY MR. EDWARD EHRE MRS. MARTHA VJICKI-IAM The class of '37, outstanding since entering M. H. S., rose to new heights as Juniors. Under able and friendly guidance, the class as a whole partici- pated in numerous and varied functions. The Junior season began with a Halloween dance, the most successful of its type during the year. Versatility in activities prevailed. Edythe Preston and Wellington Pearce represented the class ably in the All-State chorus. Junior boys proved themselves able and courageous in all fields of sport. The girls did the same, many being on the Girls' Varsity Squad. The Orchestra included several talented Juniors in the field of music, and in the operetta. "Miss Cherry Blossom." Edythe Preston and John Smith took the leads. The Juniors presented a number of better programs in assembly, organized by an able assembly committee, headed by Helen Goddard, and supervised by our dramatic director, Mr. Ehre. In scholastic achievement many attained placement of the First Honor Roll, among whom were Edna May Dixon, Florence Dixon. Charles Garra- brant, and Ruth Knight. ln the Commercial Contest the Juniors claimed many victories: Joseph Ehrlenbach, Ruth Fowler, and Vivian Warner being among the winners. The season ended in a gala Prom, at which the Juniors were hosts to the Seniors as a valedictory tribute. FLORENCE DIXON PAGE THIRTY-six WHO'S WHO Florence Dixon . . Edythe Preston . . Eulalia Fredricks Virginia Estelle . Margaret Cox . . . Eleanor Holmes . Marjory Thomas Eleanore Jackson Helen Shibla .... Antoinette Gilford Eleanore Jackson . Angeline Gardella Virginia Estelle , . Helen Shibla .... Anna Serviss .... Barbara Worster . Edythe Preston . Barbara Freeman . Eleanore Stires . . Ruth Butcher . . . Muriel Bennington Ruth Knight .... Gladys Cottrell . Betty Clayton . . . Helen Shibla ..., Barbara Worster . Annie MacDowel1 Vivian Warner . . Gladys Cottrell . Margaret Cox . . . Marjory Thomas . . . Florence Dixon . . Eleanor Yeterian . Mary Clark ..... Margaret Lewis . . . Margaret Cook . . Eleanor Haviland Doris Johnson . . . Ruth Pyle ...... Edna May Dixon ....Brightest. . .. . . ..... Best Singers. . . , . . .Best Athletes. . . , , . . .Best Dancers. . . . . . . . .Best Artists. . . . . . . . .Best Dressed. . . . , IN THE JUNIOR CLASS Charles Garrabrant . . . . . Jack Smith ., Stanley Truax William Newberry . . . Murvin Jones Joe Wolfersberger . Theatrical I y I nclined .....,.. Archie Longstreet . . .Best All-round ,... . . . . . .Most Dignified. . . . . . , , . . .Most Obliging. . . . . . . .Daintiest. , . . . . .Most Romantic. . . . .......Cutest..... , . . ,Best Looking. . . . . . .... Most Studious. . , . .. ..... Class Flirts. . . ., . . . Robert Clark . . . .Robert Moore . . . Alden Nichols . Earle Thompson . . . Clark Warlick ..... Jack Smith . . . . Robert Moore . . . . Dan Roberts . . . Warren Stutts . .Romeo and Juliet ..,. .... E dward Emmons . .Venus and Apollo. . . . .Most Impudent. . . . .Tres Petit. . .. . . . .Empire States. . . . . . .Most Excitable. . . . .....Chubby..... . . .Best Personality. , , . . .Best Typists. , . . . .Class Clowns. . .. . . . .Class Gigglers. , . . .Most Friendly. . . . .. .Most Conceitedj . . lBestPalsl N , .,....Nozszest........ Accomplished Musicians. . . ......VeryNeat..... . , .Most Inquisitiue. . . . . . .Very Original. . , . . . . .Quietest . . . .....VeryShy..., ....Very Frank, . .. . . .Gloom Chasers, . . . . . . . Robert Moore . . Harry Horne . . . . Bill Davis . . . . Robert Magee . . . Alden Nichols 'Dewey" Swensson , . . . . John Kessler . . .Joe Ehrlenbach . . . .James Cassidy Wellington Pearce Charles Garrabrant . . . . James Black . . . Alden Nichols . . Douglas Potter . . . . . Oscar Olsen . . . Eugene Cooper . . . . .James Black Gerard Russomano . Hedley Anderson . Russel Henderson . . . . George Smith . . . Clark Warlick . . . . Bill Davis PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN THE SOPHOMORE CLASS CHARLES HENEY , . . ......, President ALFRED WOOD ..,, . . .Vice-President DON LEWIS ...... ..,. S ecretary IRENE LEIGHTON .... , . . .... Treasurer Advisers Miss EDITH BROWN Miss MILDRED JULIUS Miss GRACE BROWN MR. WILBUR LANDIS The class of '38 consists of one hundred and seventeen students. The group is a large one containing many members who have received recognition for their scholastic ability on the High Honor Roll. In this group have appeared the names of Alice Serviss, Alice Jeane Van Schoick, and Ellis O'Brien. The Sophomore class is especially proud of its fine athletes, many of whom have risen to the varsity squads in various sports. Some of these are Roy I-Ienville, Vernon King, and Walter Anderson. The group was allowed to have two social functions during the year. Our first one, the Sophomore Hop, was given November 15. The second event was held in April. Our social program was carried on by a committee appointed by the President. The chairman of this Social Committee for the past year was Jane Newbury. We sincerely hope that our two ensuing years will be as successful as the past two have been. DON LEWIS PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT WHO'S WHO IN THE SOPHOMORE CLASS Lillian Queen. . . Betty Ruff ,...... . Alice Serviss .... Josephine Collins Betty Lee Wilde . Doris Boos ..... Dorothy Hulse. . Ruth Thompson Edna Levine ..., Estelle Calkins. . Evelyn Heyers. . . Lillian Queen. . . Beatrice Stokes. . Jane Fiasconaro. . Anne Muller. . . Jane Newbury. . Jeannette Whelan .... Marjorie Prevost . Marion Osborn. . , . . . Anne Muller .... Nora Cassidy. . . Ruth Morton. . . Leonora Wooley. Emily Volek. . . Sally Chapin.. . Kathryn Allen. . Eunice Rankin. . . Marguerite Newman. . . . . Dorothy Osborn .... . . Irene Leighton. . . Mary Schneider. . . Most Attractive . .. Frankest .... . . Most Studious . ... Shortest. . .. . . .Wirtiesr . . .....Cutest. . .. ..Most Original... .,....TaIIest.... . .Class Gigglers. . . ..... Best Sports. . . Most Sophisticated . .Most Popular. . . ..... Neatest . ,. . . .Most Talkatiue. ...Best Mixers... ....JolIiest. . .. ...Most Modest. . . .Most Patient. . . .Best Athletes. . . .Best Leaders. . . . .Best Dancers. . . Most Mischieuous. .....Quzetest...... .Most Obliging. . .Best Personality. .Most Musical. . Most Entertaining. .Best Disposition. . .Class Clowns. . . .Best Artist. . . .Most Dramatic, . Alice Jean Van Schoick .,..... B P I l . . Doris Boos ....,........ . . . est G sl . . Betty Germain ........ .... B est Jokers. . Estelle Calkins. . . .,.. Best All-around Felice Castelucci .... -. . .Best Dressed. . . . . .Donald Lewis . . . . .Bill Leahy . . .... Hugh Thomas . . .Frank Cox . . . . Jack Leahy . . . , . Joel Parker . .James McHenry Thomas Donnelly . , . .Charles Frazee . . .Alfred Woods Clarence Anderson . . . .Vernon King . . , .James Mount . . .Ray Johnson . . .Bud Wyncoop . . . .John Brown .Walter Anderson . . . . .John Gifford . . . .Aubrey Clark . . . .Melvin Moore . , .Edward Ciombs . . . .John Horne . . . . . .Bill Rogers . . . .Jack Okerson . . . Donald Lewis Clifford Fitzgerald . . .Charles Heney .Leroy Whitehead . . .Charles Heney . . . .Allen Osborne . . Holger Nystrom . .... George Pepper . . .Mercer Clayton .William Rutledge . . .Melvin Moore . . .James Mount PAGE TH IRTY-NINE FRESHMEN CLASS JAMES WOLPERSBERGER , . A....... President ADOLPH PORTO ........ ..,. V ice President MARGARET STOKES , . . ...... Secretary WYNDHANI PECK . . . ........ .,.. T reasurer Advisers MISS DOROTHY ROBINSON Miss BEATRICE LEITCH MR. PAUL DAVIS Once more a Freshman class has started out hopefully on its four years of high school. We have 125 pupils in our class, among whom many have already begun to attain prominence in school activities. In athletics several Freshmen have shown talented interest. Dave Brown, James Wolfersberger, Jack McCarthy, Harold Thompson. and Kenneth Chamberlain have taken suc- cessful parts in various sports. The class Vice President, Adolph Porto, was acclaimed the Flyweight Boxing Champion Of Manasquan High School. The Freshman class has also been well represented on the honor roll. The names of Dorothy Disbrow, Jean Hoskins, Peggy Stokes, Adolph Porto, and Clinton Mieras appeared here. The social activities of our class were not numerous, but the annual Freshman Dance and Card Party held on May lst was one of the most popu- lar and Successful events of the year. We wish to thank the advisers for their patience in directing us during this first year. It is our hope that the next three years will measure up to the standards we have set this first year. MARGARET STOKES PAGE FORTY WHO'S WHO IN THE FRESHMEN CLASS Jean Hoskins .... Marion Brisben. . Beatrice Draycott. Kathrine Hughes . Peggy Stokes ...., . . Leona Kravitz . . . Virginia Sieber . . Alice Larsen .... Margaret Brightly. . . . . . Antonette Perrone Barbara Coffman. Leona Kravitz. . . Doris Pierce ..... Reba Holman. . . Althea Stewart. . Dorothy Disbrow Lucille Anderson . Peggy Stokes .... Betty Shaak .... Margaret Justice. . Leona Kravitz. . . Ginny Sieber .... Ruth Taylor. . . Nancy Young. . . Alice Larsen ..... Winnie Mills .... Elsie Vanderhoof, Miriam Sutton. . . Carol Sprague. . . n Most Attractive . . . Best Athlete . . . Best All-round . . Goody-good .... . Best Dressed . . . . Class Stooge . . . . , . . Most Louable . . . Best Sports . . . . . Class Flirt . . . Most Romantic . . . . . Noisiest . . . . Most Original .. Most Ambitious . , Book Worm ., . . Brightest . . . .Biggest Bluffer. . . Most Artistic . , . . Chatterbox .... . . , . Most Old-Fashioned ..... Class Orator ... . . Best Natured , . .....ClassImp.... ........I..aziest,.,.. . . . . School-girl Complexion ....Freckles....,........ . Best Leaders . . . Most Surprising . . . . . . . Thriftiest . . . . W'alter W1'nchell" . . Jim Wolfersberger . . . Adolph Porto . . .Carleton Sacco James B. Bennett ..... Joe Height .........BillWise Richard Emmons . . . .Jack Gaskin . , . .Joe Height . . .Abe Marcus ......Jack Legg . . .Louis Whelan . . .John Wooley . . . . .Esney Clark . , , .Isaac Richardson . . . . ,Jack McCarthy Harold Thompson . . .Walter Morris . ........ Joe Porto . .Walter Tuzeneu . . . . .Carl Herbert , .Jack McCarthy . . . .Frank Hurley Reginald Freestone . .George Newman . .Frank Phillips Jim Wolfersberger . . . . ,Henry Sayrs . .Wyndham Peck PAGE FORTY-ON E EIGHTH GRADE DICK PETTIT . . . ...... ....... ....,......., P r esident PAUL BLAIN . . . .,...., Vice President RUTH WHITE ..,. ...,,. ....... S e cretary-Treasurer ' In the beginning of the school term, in the year of 1935. the eighth grade students began an interesting year of activities under the faculty advisers, Miss Margaret M. Smith and Miss Marie Champion. The Junior French Club. is a newly organized club with more members than any other club in the school. Miss Smith, the faculty advisertakes much interest in teaching the members French songs and phrases. The Social Science League has played an important part in Junior High Government. It serves as a clearing house for all questions pertaining to Junior High School activities. Other clubs of interest include, Girls' Sport Club, Jr. Science Club, Jr. Dramatic Club. and some students belong to the Stamp Club. The Class trip was taken April 4, 1936, to Philadelphia. The class was accompanied by the two teachers. An enjoyable time was had by all. Some places visited included Fels Planetarium, Independence Hall, Betsy Ross' Home, Breyerside Cream Factory. and the Franklin Institute. After graduation, the class will step up another rung of the ladder to success, and look forward to their High School days. MYRA STILLE PAGE FORTY-TWVO SE VENTH GRADE In 1928, the Hrst day of school dawned bright and clear. For some of us it was a joyous adventure and for others it was a terrifying experience. In first grade we came to school in the dark or went home in the dark because we were on part time. In the months when school was in the morning some of us were seen going to school with our breakfast in our hands. Mrs. Cook was our teacher in second grade and some days there were only a few people there. because of chicken pox. In third grade we studied about Japan and had an exhibit. We invited our parents and served iced tea and rice cakes. That grade also had poor attendance during the winter months because of whoopi- ing cough and measles. The fourth grade found us in the present elementary school which was new to us then. The fifth grade was the first year we went to Philadelphia, under the guidance of our teachers, Miss Ina Cooper, Miss Ruth Kalem, and Miss Gretchen Seyforth. Last year in the sixth grade we Went for two hikes, one to Osborn Point, a distance of four miles, and one to the Old Mill, a distance of two miles. Also, we gave a play called "The Proud Princess," to earn money to go to Philadelphia. During the seventh grade we had many roller skating parties, a trip to the natatorium in Asbury Park, and a candy and cookie sale. During our pleasant stay in Manasquan schools. we have had many enjoyable experiences. MARY VANDERHOVEN CAROL MASON PAGE FORTY-THREE Sports cvflutographs E 5 , x r K z E n x x xx FOOTBALL JOHN MoRToN ..........,...... . ,Captain CHARLES GERNER . . . . . . . . . .Manager A. E. SMITH .... . . .,....,........ Coach L. T. FISH . , . ............... Asst Coach Schedule Manasquan Opponents Linden ,......... ,... O 4...... ..... 7 Atlantic Highlands ...13..... 0 Toms River ..... . . , 7 .... . . 6 Neptune ..,.. . . . 6 .... . . 7 lVlountHolly.., ...26.,.. .. 0 Metuchen .... . , . 2 .... . . 0 Matawan... .,.14.... ....0 Lakewood .....,.,. 0 .... . . ,...12 Point Pleasant . . ............. 46 ....,.... , . . . . . O WQH46 Lost-3 Tied-0 , Vwfinning footballiteams are a habit and tradition of Manasquan High School, and the team of il935 has truthfully lived up to this tradition. It must be said, however, that the strength of any team lies in its reserve material. Man- asquan should be proud of its "Reserves", who last year were undefeated and this year won 7 and lost only 2 games. Outstanding linesmen during this season Were: Captain Morton, one of our best guards: Bond, All-State tackle: center, Wood, our defensive general: Brisben, tackle: Sweet. guard: and the best group of'ends ever to grace a Manasquan team, Wilson, Watson, Doyle, and Kulpenski. In the backfield was the best back in this section of the state, Joe Wolfers- berger, who was ably supported by our quick witted quarter back, LaVance: our crashing full back, Towne: triple threat, A. Clark: and utility man, Truax. The defeat of Toms River and the overwhelming of Point were the out- standing accomplishments of the season. PAGE FQRTY-six 1 BASKE TBALL MILTON APPLEGATE ...... ......... . . .Captain JAMES BOND ...... ...,.,..... A. SMITH . . . ......... . . . Schedule M anasquan Neptune . . . ..., 23 . . . Alumni ....... . . 49 . . Toms River ,...,. . , 36 . . . Atlantic Highlands . . . . 35 . . . Barnegat l....,... . , 47 . , . Point Pleasant . . . . 34 . . . Rumson .... . . 22 , . . Saint Rose .. .. 17 ... Red Bank ........ . . 22 . . . South Amboy ...., . . 25 . . . Atlantic Highlands , . . . 38 . . . Neptune ,.1..,. . , 27 . . . Point' Pleasant . . . . 22 . . . Toms River ... .. 38 ... RedBank.., ..46... Lakewood . , . . 26 . . Rumson ...... . . 49 , . , South Amboy . . . . . 33 . . . Saint Rose ............. . . 42 . . . s Lakewood .....,.......,... 25 Keyport-State Tournament ,... 22 Record ...... Won 15 ....,. Lost 6 .Manager . . Coach Opponents ...39 ...34 10 ...30 12 ,..19 16 .. 6 ...25 ...33 ...33 16 ...20 .. 8 ...27 .,.42 .,.29 .,.22 .Q17 ...45 Manasquan High School basketball teams have wont 58 of the 65 games played, and for the past three years they have been one of the few teams to be invited to participate in the New Jersey State Interscholastic Basketball Cham- pionship tournaments. PAGE FORTY-SEVEN Captain Coach .. J. TAYLOR H. BRAENDER R. MOORE G. HAINES J. PARKER W. FLIPPIN TRACK Lettermen CLARK LASHEK OLSEN HORNE CLARK Schedule Shore Conference Championships Central Jersey Championships State Championships Triangular Meet-Neptune, Toms River . .BOB OLSEN A. E. SMITH P. TOWNE J. KULPENSKI J. BOND M. APPLEGATE A. OSBORN Farragut Academy Penn Relays Long Branch Relays Matawan, Neptune Manasquan's Track Team opened its campaign on April 24 against Admiral Farragut Academy, winning to the tune of 4lLQ to 3932. Most of our points were piled up in the middle distance events along with victories in the Shot Put and Javelin Throw. Captain Olsen, last year's runner-up in the Central Jersey Championships. is our mainstay in the sprints. Other stalwart "point getters" and their specialties are: Shot Put, Phil Towne, who this year has equalled the state record: Howard Horne, middle distance runner: sprinter, Aubrey Clark: and John Kulpenski, javelin throwing. Track, as one of our varsity sports, has grown considerably since it was started three years ago, and under the capable leadership of Captain Bob Olsen, the boys are expected to bring fame to our cinder path this year. PAGE FORTY-EIG HT BASEBALL The Manasquan High School baseball team started spring practice with only three letter men from last year's great team. A poor record for this year's unexperienced club was predicted by our rivals. but the case has proven to be just the opposite. As this book goes to print "Squan" is leading the shore conference and has beaten her two oldest rivals, Point Pleasant and Toms River, each twice. The team has carried on its great home record by going through its fifth successive season, undefeated to date. Some of the stars of the team include: Captain Mel Wood, all-state third baseman and leading home-run batter: George Watson, colored speed boy who is leading the team at bat: Milt Applegate, who ranks with such star short- stops as Chick Nielson and Bud Selby: Kel Doyle, whose timely hitting has played a vital part in this year's victorys: Roy Henville. one,of the finest catchers in the shore conference: and Vernon King, who has pitched five shut- outs this year. SCHEDULE DATE MANASQUAN OPPONENT Alumni ........... April St. James .....,. Atlantic Highlands , , Irvington ....... Toms River ,.... Farragut Academy Point Pleasant , . , St. James ... .. Farragut ...... . Toms River . . . . Neptune ........ Neptune ........ Atlantic Highlands April . April April April April May May May May May May May O 0 2 9 0 6 4 0 2 6 PAGE FORTY-NIN E GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL ALICE CORYELL. Captain KATHRYN SCHANCK, Manager Mies. KATHRYN SMITH, Coach SCHEDULE Games M.H.S. Opponent Games M.H.S. Opponent Rumson ...... 24 7 Pt. Pleasant . . . 26 10 St. Rose .....A 28 16 St. Rose ...... 35 10 Pt. Pleasant . . . 24 12 Rumson ...... 15 ll The girls' varsity team carried on the championship record of last year winning every game of the six-game schedule. The girls played hard and fast basketball all the year and showed line playing ability in all sections of the court. The following players were on the first team: Captain. Alice Coryell: Vivian Warner, Mattie Harvey, Eleanore Jackson, Nora Cassidy, Lolly Fred- ricks, Beatrice Stokes, and Marion Osborn. On the Junior varsity squad were: Estelle Callgins. Ruth Thompson, Betty Ruf, Edna Levine, Dot Osborn, Sally Chapin, Virginia Watson, Peggy Wilbert, Ruth Pyle, Muriel Bennington, Ruth Butcher, and Lillian Queen. The girls hope that the experience they have gained this year will help them to continue the undefeated records and high standards set by the varsities of 1935 and 1936. KATHRYN SCHANCK PAG E FI FTY CHEER LEADING SQUAD ALICE CORYELL NORA CASSIDY BETTE MEYERS LILLIAN QUEEN VIVIAN WARNER MARION OSBORN ELEANOR JACKSON RUTH BUTCHER LOLLY FREDRICKS ESTELLE CALKINS BARBARA FREEMAN BARBARA WORSTER The cheer leading squad of 1936, under the supervision of Mrs. Kathryn Smith, has played an important part in making the athletic events of our school outstanding and interesting. Every year in September, any "M" Club member, except a freshman, is eligible to try out for a place on this squad. The girls who show the best ability are chosen by the Executive Council of the "M" Club, and win the distinctive honor of being one of our cheerleaders. In September, a cake sale was held, the proceeds of which were used to purchase new uniforms, consisting of navy blue pants, hats, sweaters. and white shoes. Alice Coryell was the captain of this year's group, but each girl in turn had the opportunity to lead the individual cheers. The girls worked hard and faithfully, and through their unusual stunts, pep, and ability to work together, they have made the Manasquan High School cheerleading squad one of the best in the state of New Jersey. EULALIA FREDRICKS PAGE F,IFTY-ONE cyflutogmp hs ASSEMBLY EXERCISES STUDENT COUNCIL WILLIAM JACKSON , . . ..... President ELEANORE JACKSON . . . . , .Vice President AUDREY MOUNT ...A ..... S ecrerary LEONARD WARWICIC . . .... Treasurer With the capable assistance of competent advisers, the Manasquan High School's Citizens' Government has come to the close of another year of successful accomplishments in accordance with the precedent established by this organiza- tion of two former yearsi During the year members of the Council attended regular weekly meetings Where problems were discussed and solved, and bills were introduced and voted upon. Delegates of Manasquan were present at a state convention of High School Student Councils held at Princeton University. Two of our Council members, William Jackson and Margaret Cook, were active in "A Day in Congress" held at Temple University on December 7. As a member of the Monmouth County Student Council Association, we have contributed in several topic discussions concerning student court, hall patrol, and social activity problems. Our President, William Jackson is Treas- urer of the County Council. AUDREY MOUNT PAGE FIFTY-FOUR CITIZENS COURT JOHN SERVISS .,... . . .Judge ALDEN NICHOLS ,,,. ,..,4 C Ierk VIRGINIA NEWMAN , . . ,... Recorder MR. OXENFORD .........,....,....I...,.I.., Adviser The Manasquan High School Citizens' Court. which holds its regular meetings weekly alternating Monday and Wednesday, is organized for the pur- pose of dealing with trafiic violations, misconduct at fire drills or assemblies, abuse of property, and other cases dealing with misconduct in the halls. Each defendant is brought before the court in answer to a summons which has been issued by a patrolman for conduct which he deems improper for a Manasquan High School citizen. In the court room the procedure fol- lowed is similar to that of our district courts. The session is opened by the roll- call which is followed by the Recorder's report of the cases of the last meeting. Defendants are then brought before the jury and after due questioning and a careful consideration of the facts, sentence is passed by the judge. The Citizens' Court is made up of the followingiimembers: Seniors: Alice Coryell, Stuart Dodd, Alice Marcellus, Virginia Newman, George Wat- son: Juniors: Eugene Cooper, Agatha Dey, Alden Nichols, Douglas Potter: Sophomores: Roy Henville, Donald Lewis, Alfred Wood: Freshmen: Earl Heulitt: Eighth Grade: Charles Mueller: Seventh Grade: Virginia Randolf. VIRGINIA NEWMAN PAGE FI FTY-FIVE TREASURE CHEST STAFF ALICE MARCELLUS . . . . . .Editor-in-Chief VIRGINIA NEWMAN . . . . . ..... Assistant Editor , STANLEY BRONSON . . . ....... .... B usiness Manager Advisers MR. BISHOP OXENFORD MR. MATHEW CIRICOLO MR. STEPHEN PETROKUBI Every year the Seniors seeking to preserve the memories of their happy high school days edit a year book. This is suitably called The Treasure Chest, and a great deal of care and pride is taken in publishing it. Not only is this book printed for the graduating class, but it is also done for the benefit of the lower classes. Through this publication, each class and each student can follow every year's activities for the whole four years. All the members of the class of '36 were actively interested in the com- pilation of material for the year book. Editor-in-chief, Alice Marcellus: Assistant Editor, Virginia Newman: Business Manager, Stanley Bronson, to- gether with their helpful assistants: Marjorie Dann, Bette Meyers, Doris Perkins, Junie Clayton, Alice Coryell, Charles Gerner, and Harry Braender, were willing to spend time and effort in the varied work. It was only through the cooperation of many pupils of the student body that it was possible for this Treasure Chest to be so successfully edited. The book now stands entirely as an offering of friendliness and happiness to these and all the pupils from the departing Seniors. ALICE MARCELLUS, Editor-in-Chiefs PAG E FI FTYi.SIX SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB MARJORIE THOMAS ....A..,...,..,.Q..... President MARGARET Cox ..... ....,.. V ice President BLANC!-IE SCHADT . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer NIR. EDWARD EHRE ,..............,..,......, AdU1'S9f The Senior Dramatic Club of Manasquan has just completed a very active year of constructive and instructive work. Numerous plays were presented and coached by the club members. One of the most successful of the plays was "Dust of the Road," presented as an assembly program. an evening P. T. A. program, and as an exchange program with Red Bank. They presented the farce "Not Such a Goose." by Madge Kennedy during the night school session held on Tuesday. May 19. 1936, which proved to be a great success, The maid was a real domestic problem and afforded much amusement. Many of the Dramatic Club members participated in the annual Senior and Junior Class plays, and other assembly programs presented by the various High School teachers. In this club an opportunity is offered the members to learn the art of self-expression, poise, and clear enunciation. The art of self-expression should be developed as part of a pupil's high school training as it is through this knowledge that a student attains his position in life. i BLANCHE SCHADT PAGE FIFTY-S EVEN "IN THE LIGHT OF THE MOON" MARION LUKER ....,.........,...,.. HOPE HATHAWAY JUNIE CLAYTON . . . . .BARNEY HATHAWAY RUTH SCHADT . . .,,.,...... DELLA DEAN WILSON . . . . . .ROBERT BARETT ALICE CORYELL . . . , .BESS BARETT FRANCES WOLF .... . . .CYNTHIA SEARS KATHRYN SCHANCK . . ..... MISS BECKER HUGH GILLESPIE .... ,...,., R ODNEY ROGERS ANDREW SPAGNOLIA . . ...............,. JAKE ROSE BARNETT ,,.. . . .CLAUDETTE CLAVERTON STANLEY BRONSON .... , . . ,......,.... DR. BURNS RUTH SCHADT ...............,....,,........ A GYPSY In December of 1935 the Senior Class successfully produced the three act comedy of Lindsey Barbee's, "In the Light of the Moon." The play was a mystery, centering around an old house inherited by the Hathaways. Love and romance were cleverly worked in. The gypsy told Cynthia's fortune, Which, strangely enough, comes true. The audience was kept in suspense, wondering what Miss Becker and Dr. Burns were going to do next. The maid Della and self-hired Jake afforded much amusement and quite a bit of embarrassment when they locked up the Wrong party in the back shed. As all mysteries end, so did this one, with the finding of the treasure and Cynthia's heart's desire all in "The Light of the Moon." A' Mr. Bishop A. Oxenford coached the play and it was due to his encour- agement and fine spirit of enthusiasm that this was such a success. RUTH SCHADT PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT "THE GREEDY ONES" David Hunt ..........,....,...... HEDLEY ANDERSON Martha. his wife .........,4....,..... MARGARET Cox Sarah, her daughter by another marriage. . .VIRGINIA ESTELLE Nan, once Nan,Hunt. a widow ...,,...... BETTY CLAYTON Grover, her son .....,........,... ARCHIE LONGSTREET Meg. the unmarried siszer . . ..I. MARJORX' THOMAS Doctor Jones .....,..... ..,. W ARREN STUTTS June lVithers . . . . . .EDYTHE PRESTON Judge Bradley . . .... ALDEN NICHOLS Phil Hunt .... .... E DWARD EMMONS Hannah .... .,..,. F LORENCE DIXON Jim Jay .....,..,,............. CHARLES GARRABRANT "The Greedy Ones," a drama in three acts, was presented by the Junior Class on April 24 and 25. The Hunt family a group of hard. flea-bitten, money- thirsty people, is gathered to await the death of the old woman who is head of their clan. Phil, the black Sheep of the family comesshome to find his mothei dying. At the request of June, a second cousin of the Hunts who had been living with the mother, Phil had come, in spite of the fact that he was liable to arrest for some drunken mischief. Sarah, the romantic daughter of Martha, is seen several times with Phil, who has been cleared of all criminal charges. June is left the family fortune and the relatives who would have turned 'her out, try to worm themselves back into her favor. She offsets this by turning the property over to Phil, whom she later marries. ARCHIE LONGSTREET PAGE FIETY-NINE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COUNCIL MELVIN WOOD .................,....,..,., President STANLEY TRUAX . , . . Vice President JAMES BOND ...... . . . . . . ...... Secretary LYNDEN OKERSON ...,......,............... Treasurer A. E. SMITH: Faculty Adviser Under the supervision of Coach Smith, the Athletic Association Council. organized, controlled. and conducted all athletic activities during the past year. Intramural contests were carried on extensively, and the Interscholastic games were successful in every respect. The Athletic Council, together with the girls' athletic association fthe "M" clubj sponsored many other of the school's biggest events including "Big Sea Day": the Football Dinner. and the Third Annual Sports Carnival. At this year's Sports Carnival the largest crowd ever to witness such a program. filled the auditorium to capacity. This organization also sponsored the Annual Athletic Banquet, in honor of the "varsity letter" athletes of the school, and the Annual Field Day contest. This Council expects to carry on its work next year, and the athletic program of Manasquan will continue to expand under its excellent guidance. JAMES BOND PAGE s1.x'rY. CLUB ALICE CORYELL . . . ..,..... President GLADYS PEER . . . . ....., Vice President ELEANORE JACKSON ,,..... . . .Secretary-Treasurer MRS. KATHRYN SMITH , . . A............. Faculty Adviser The "M" Club is the girls' athletic association of the school and has been one of our most outstanding organizations in these past five years. This year there were sixty-four members enrolled in the club. Regular meetings were held in the gymnasium on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons during which the girls took part in the following activities: soccer, cheer- leading, basketball, volley ball, baseball, swimming, hiking, ping pong, bad- minton, archery, and dancing. On Play Days the girls visited Point Pleasant, Freehold, Neptune, and Asbury Park high schools and enjoyed excellent entertainments. The "M" Club functions under a carefully planned point system. through which awards are presented at the end of the year to the girls attaining the highest number of points. The awards consist of a trophy, six varsity chenille letters, and fourteen varsity felt letters. For achieving the greatest total of points during her four years in the "M" Club, Alice Coryell received the trophy which is awarded to the "Most Out- standing Girl Athlete" in the school. The next five girls in line who received chenille letters were: Lolly Predricks, Gladys Peer, Vivian Warner, Eleanore Jackson, and Bette Meyers. ELEANORE JACKSON PAGE SIXTY-ONE i l COMMUTERS' CLUB MARY NIXON .,.. ,...,... P resident EMILY VOLEK . . . ..... Vice President DORIS MORTON ..... . . ,Secretary-Treasurer MRS. KATHRYN SMITH . . . . . ,... Faculty Adviser The Commuters' Club was organized for its third year under the super- vision of Mrs. Smith, faculty adviser. Meetings are held in the gymnasium where the girls take part in athletic activities. The purpose of this club is to give those girls who are unable to stay after school for the "M" Club an opportunity to participate in sports similar to those carried on in the "M" Club. Teams are chosen at each meeting by the two captains of the club. This year the captain of the White team is Helen Shibla, and the captain of the Blue team is Angeline Gardella. At the end of the year the girl with the greatest number of points is rewarded with a large felt "M" while the next four highest members earn a' miniature "M" for their outstanding achievements. The members of the Commuters' Club are: Mary Nixon, Hilda Allen, Emily Volek, Ellen Brandt, Lillian Buzzell, Mildred Reiss, Ruth Morton, Felice Castelucci, Marie Gallegher, Angeline Ciardella. Lucille Anderson, Matilda Grasdorf, Helena Vernon, Eleanor Stires, Margaret Gifford, Lillian Kessler, Olga Krott, Helen Shibla, Emma Mills, Mabel Matthews, Winnie Mills and Doris Morton. DORIS MORTON PAGE SIXTY-TWO i WINTER WONDERLAND KATHRYN SCHANCK .. . . Manager DOROTHY SNEDEKER . . . . .Pianist MRS. KATHRYN SMITH ..,...,..,...........A.,. Coach The Muff Chorus Dance. "Winter Wonderland," was presented as the feature number of the Stage Revue at the Third Annual Sports Carnival of the Athletic Association. The costumes of the dancers consisted of a muff made of silver metallic cloth and a "Peter Pan" hat made of the same material. The top of the costume was on the halter style made of silver. The skirt and cape. circular in shape. were made of red sateen. Red pompons furnished trimmings for the hat. the halter and the slippers. To make the outfit complete, the girls wore white ballet slippers. The color scheme of silver and deep red, against the red curtains of the stage, made the dance very' impressive. This dance, the most diflicult of all the dances ever taught in the school classes, consisted of unusual formations of Wheels, circles, and intricate steps representing ice-skating. Girls in this dance were: Vivian Warner, Jane Fiasconaro, Nora Cassidy. Alice Coryell, Eleanore Jackson, Eulalia Fredricks, Doris Perkins, Peggy Stokes, Jean Hoskins, and Josephine Collins. i V EULALIA FREDRICKS PAGE S1xTY-THREE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB BETTE MEYERS ......, .,.., ............ P r esident EDYTI-IE PRESTON . . , .... Vice President MARION LUKER ,... ...... S ecretary JOSEPHINE COLLINS ....................... .. Treasurer The Ciirls' Glee Club which meets during the sixth period has been very active in its second year. The membership has grown steadily until now it has reached the total of Hfty girls. The purpose of this club is to give the girls a good general idea of chorus singing and harmony. All girls having any talent in vocal music or a desire to become acquainted with good music may improve their ability and enlarge their knowledge of music by joining this group. The Girls' Glee Club took part in the Christmas Cantata "Childe Jesus." The most impressive part of the afternoon's program, immediately following the rendering of "Childe Jesus," was the colorful picture formed as the Glee Club members one by one extinguished their candles leaving the lighted form of a cross. Some of the most popular songs that were rendered during the year were: "Indian Cradle Song", "On Music's Wing", "The Sleigh", "Dear Land of Home", "In Silent Night", and "The Sea Hath its Pearls." This organization is under the capable direction of Mrs. Dorothy Rankin. BETTE MEYERS PAGE SI XTY-FO UR MIXED CHORUS A CHARLES GERNER .....,.........- . . ........ President EULALIA FREDERICKS . . . . . .Vice President BETTE MEYERS ...... ...,.. S eeretary MARION -LUKER ....... . . .Treasurer MRS. DOROTHY RANKIN .,.., . . . . A . . . .Adviser The Glee Club meets every Thursday afternoon during the activity period under the direction of Mrs. Dorothy Rankin. Membership is open to all students interested in acquiring a further knowledge of music. The club has grown steadily and has become one of the most popular of school activities. During the year the club has taken an active part in assembly programs. Parent Teachers' Association meetings, and the Commencement exercises. The most noteworthy achievement of the year was the operetta "Miss Cherry Blossom" which proved to be a success both socially and financially. It was the first musical comedy to be produced by the Manasquan High School Glee Clubs. The Cmlee Club was well represented in the New Jersey All-State Chorus at Atlantic City by Edythe Preston, Joseph Brooks, Wellington Pearce, and Bette Meyers. On April 3. the All-State Chorus was requested to sing in the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City and the NBC studios over station WEAF. Under excellent supervision, the Cmlee Club is becoming a very active organization. BETTE MEYERS PAGE SIXTY'FIVE THE ORCHESTRA JANE TUZENEU . . . .... ........,.. L libfdflillfl The orchestra, under the able direction of Mr. Henry M. Phoenix, has played at all regular assemblies, Senior and Junior plays. and other school activities. The following are the violin players: Eugene Cooper, Harold Thompson. Lenora Wooley, Milton Schneider, Melvin Artley and Elinor Yeterian. The trumpet players are: Gordon Haines, Roderick Bennett and Hugh Gillespie: Drums: Charles Gerner and Douglas Fredericks: 'celloz Marion Williams: clarinet: Clifford Fitzgerald: flute: Warren Stutts: piano: Jane Tuzeneu, Esther Polhemus and Austin Frazee. The orchestra throughout the year has played many beautiful classics. Among them Were: Shubert's "Unfinished Symphony" and "Marche Militairen: Liszt's "Liebestraum" and I-laydn's "Military Symphony." The students are encouraged to study instruments and are given individual instructions that will further their education and increase the size of the orchestra. Every effort is made to give a broader knowledge of music, to raise the standards of appreciation and cultural value. ELINOR YETERIAN PAGE SIXTY-SIX if V T Y. W. C. A. ROSE BARNETT ...........,..,. ..... P resident ANTOINETTE GIFPORD . . . . . .Vice President KATHRYN SCHANCK .... ...A. S ecretary GLADYS PEER ..... .....,.... .... T r easurer Advisers Miss ELINOR CRAFTS Miss BEATRICE LEITCH The Y. W. C. A. of Manasquan High School was a very successful and active group during the year 1935-36, the membership list reaching a total of twenty-nine. The Girl Reserves Club endeavors to create a high standard of Christian citizenship throughout the home, the school, and the church: and enables each girl to practice the high ideals which the club establishes. Many interesting meetings of much value to the club members were held. By means of informal discussions on such topics as etiquette, vocations, and personalities. the girls were able to express themselves freely. During the latter part of each meeting, various types of recreation were enjoyed. During the year our two conference delegates, Gladys Peer and Edith Morton, attended the Round Table Conference at Freehold and the Ocean Grove Older Girls' Conference. At the meeting following their return, they gave splendid reports concerning the work of the entire Monmouth County Y. W. C. A. groups. The outside activities consisted of frequent trips to the Asbury Park Natatorium where evenings of swimming were thoroughly enjoyed, a Christmas party at the home of the President, and roller-skating parties. KATHRYN SCHANCK PAGE SIXTY-SEVEN HI-Y DEAN WILSON , . ......., ,..,.. P resident FRED MORRIS .... . . .Vice President JOHN CORYELL .... ...,.,.. S ecrerary ROBERT ANDERSON . . O ....... .,........ T reasurer VJILLIAM MERTZ . . ,........ .... S ergeant-at-Arms Advisers MR. GEORGE GREGORY MR. B. OXENFORD MR. EDWARD EI-IRE The year of 1935-36 has been one of the most active and successful years in the history of the Manasquan Hi-Y. The organization introduced Dr. Grafllin, an able speaker of New York, to the assembly. He presented a very interesting talk on forming a philosophy of life. In the latter part of September, Hilding Swensson and Robert Anderson were sent to the oflicers training section at Camp Wawayanda. At the follow- ing meeting both gave valuable and entertaining descriptions of what they observed and accomplished. In November the club's four officers attended the Older Boys Conference in New Brunswick, where they enjoyed a very interesting Week-end. They learned a great deal about the work of other groups and brought back many new and useful ideas. The Hi-Y was host to many men prominent in their vocations among whom were Mayor Riddle of Manasquan, Mr. Stokes of Sea Girt. Mr. Walter Kops, Mr. Harry Braender of Sea Girt and Dr. Grafflin. On November 23, 1935, the group Went to Princeton University to witness a football game and make a tour of the campus. JOHN CORYELL PAGE SIXTY-EIGHT J OURNALISM CLUB FRED TAYLOR ...,....,...... ...,..,.. E ditor-in-Chief BARBARA WORSTER .A........ ..., A ssisranr Editor Miss ELEANOR MATHIOWETZ .... ......A. A dviser MR. EVERETT RUDLOFF ,...,. . , .Instructor The Journalism Club has been a very important factor in our school progress. Most of the publicity of our school has been handled by this group. Although many members turned out when this club was newly organized, its membership has decreased, leaving those students, who remained. with a large amount of work. All of the articles written are published in three papers: The Asbury Park Press. The Manasquan Record, and The Coast Star. Pins are awarded by the Asbury Park Press, according to the amount and value of the articles written during the school year. The members of this club were among those who attended the Journalism Convention held in April at Freehold. The members of this club are: Marjory Dann, Lolly Fredericks, Jean Hoskins, Katherine Hughes. Ruth Schadt, Mary Schneider, Fred Taylor, Barbara Worster, Edith Morton, Daniel Roberts, Ruth Knight, Kenneth Chamberlin, and James McHenry. This group is under the supervision of Miss Eleanor Mathiowetz and is directed in the methods of newspaper writing -by Mr. Everett Rudloff of the Asbury Park Press. EULALIA FREDRICKS PAGE SIXTY-NINE COMMERCIAL CLUB ALBERT CLAYTON . . . ....... President FRANCES SPENCER . . , . .Vice President AUDREY STONER ....... ,e... S ecrerary CLARENCE ANDERSON ....e . . .Treasurer Miss LEDA C. KARPINSKY .,e....,............. Adviser The Commercial Club. which is the oldest club in the school. was organ- ized Hfteen years ago under the leadership of Dr. Marion C. Santangelo. O The motive of this splendid club is to further acquaint us with business principles and to inform us of conditions as they exist in the business world today. This is done by inviting successful lawyers, business men and members of the faculty to give us informal talks. Several faculty members gave talks before our group this year which were highly profitable and greatly enjoyed, This year the Commercial Club has carried out a splendid program. At the beginning of the year, Dr. Santangelo spoke to us on the organization and former activities of the club. At the Christmas season, Yuletide greetings were made and distributed in the various class rooms of the high school and grammar school. Later in the year. the club sponsored a contest in the different com- mercial subjects. It was open to all the pupils in the Commercial Course, who desired to participate. This project was very successful. Awards, purchased by members of the club, were presented to the winners. The members also planned a trip to New York where they visited business places of interest. The club colorsare blue and gold, and its flower is the yellow tea rose, The club's motto is "Carpe Diem," meaning "Seize the Opportunity." AUDREY STONER PAGE SEVENTY DRIVERS' CLUB HUGH GILLESPIE . . . ....... President WILLIAM JUNEMAN . . ...,. Vice President BETTE MEYERS ........... . . .Secretary-Treasurer MR. MATHEW L. C1RicoLo .................... Adviser The main objective of the Manasquan High School Drivers' Club is to promote good driving and to encourage students to become good, careful drivers. The Drivers' Club is under the direction of Mr. Ciricolo. Starting with a small group it has gradually increased in size until it has now reached a stage where only students of sixteen years of age are admitted to membership. The members of the club feel that this is a particularly valuable organ- ization because of the fact that beginning next year the State of New Jersey will require that a course in automobile driving be taken by all students before graduation from high school. During the course of the year many interesting articles such as "Sudden Death." "How to Drive," "We Drivers," and "Rules and Regulations of Driving" have been read and discussed by the club members. An effort has also been made to familiarize the members with the various parts of the mod- ern automobile. A motion picture presented by the New Jersey State Motor Vehicle Department was sponsored by this club as its contribution to the school assembly program. The Manasquan High School Drivers' Club, very active in the second year of its existence, plans to extend activities next year. BETTE MEYERS PAGE SEVENTY-ONE AVIATION CLUB JACK MCCARTHY . . ........ President EDWARD EMMoNs . . ...,., Vice President CARLETON SACCO . . , .... Secretary-Treasurer MR. PAUL DAVIS .....,..............,..4...' . Adviser The Aviation Club, one of the most popular organizations of the school, has had an eventful year. On March 9, seven of our club members went to the Asbury Park Con- vention Hall to engage in an indoor model contest with the Neptune Aviation Club. The President of their club took first place and another of their mem- bers second place, and Jack McCarthy of the Manasquan Aviation Club third place. The respective times of continuous flights were: first place, two min- utes thirty-four seconds: second place, one minute sixteen seconds: third place. forty-five seconds. Our club members had a good time and enjoyed the courtesy of the Neptune Club. At various club meetings, the members brought in models they had built and put them on display. The builders also described the models. Others brought in such things of interest as microlilm, and various model airplane books and facts which increased the enthusiasm of every club member. CARLETON SACCO PAGE SEVENTY-TYVO -A HIKERS' CLUB ROBERT BOSSETT . . . ... . . President JOE LEMASKY ,..,.. .,... V ice President HERBERT CAMP ....... . . .Secretary-Treasurer Miss EQ MATHIOWETZ . . ....,......,....,.... Adviser In October of 1935, Miss Eleanor Mathiowitz organized a Hikers' Club for the boys of the Freshman class who did not belong to any other school organization. The aims of this club were threefold: to study the wild life of New Jersey: to study the activities of the Audubon Society: and to learn about the work done by the Preservation of Wild Life Conference which met in Washington, D. C., in February, 1936. The club meetings were held every second and fourth Monday during the activities period.i After brief discussions based on observations made on previ- ous excursions, the group Went on short hikes for the remainder of the' period. As a result of the work carried on by this club, a keener appreciation for wild life has been developed. The close association with nature has made each boy more aware of his responsibility in promoting the conservation of wild life. In May the club enjoyed an all-day picnic at Manasquan Park. Fishing and games occupied the attention for the greater part of the day. A fine dinner was prepared and greatly enjoyed by the group before its return hike to Manasquan. PAGE SEVENTY-THREE F SCIENCE CLUB AUBREY CLARK . . ...... President HENRY MOUNT . . . . , .Vice President JOSEPH BROOKS . . . ...,.. Secretary MR. PETROKUBI .... Adviser The Science Club is an organization composed of Senior High School students whose objective is to stimulate an active interest in the field of science. In this endeavor the club has been very successful since each of its nineteen members has at one time or another contributed something in the form of a report or demonstration. This is the third year in the history of the club, and each year Hnds it a more diversified and stimulating group. Interest is always at a peak due to the experimentation of Henry Mount, the humor of Charles Heney, the sincere efforts of President Aubrey Clark. and the patient guidance of Mr. Petrokubi. During the past year the club has taken several field trips. They have visited the science exhibit at Asbury Park. the broadcasting studio of W.C.A.P. and the Ship Direction Station on the Manasquan Beach. On account of the lack of transportation facilities, the club has been hampered in many of its proposed Held trips. Next year the club hopes to obtain several prominent speakers in the field of science. JOE BROOKS PAGE SEVENTY-FOUR 7 JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB DICK PETTIT ....,. ....... P resident HERMAN FITZNER . . . . , .Vice President JANE VAN SICKLE ...... ..... S ecretary MARY VANDERHOVEN .... .... T reasurer Miss M. MARGARET SMITH. . . . . . . ..,. Adviser The Junior Science Club of Manasquan High School combines the desir- able features of many organizations. A freedom is permitted in the choice of activities for the members. The club leader. Miss Margaret Smith, is well- qualified to sponsor these projects. All of the nineteen members have learned the Continental Morse Code, and although some have become more proiicient than others, everyone has a knowledge of how to send, receive, and decipher code messages. This useful knowledge was gained through hours of faithful practise on a telegraph key provided by Miss Smith. Several members have made large airplane models, and all have generously contributed to a pamphlet project and a science magazine collection for the use of all C. R. 10 classes! Many of the club members attended a lecture at Asbury Park. given by Dr. Beebe, the famous scientist, and were stimulated to experiment in raising fish and plants in the C. R. 10 Junior Class Clubroom. The latter part of the term was devoted partly to an investigation into the mysteries of the ancient game of chess. This activity alone is responsible for decided progress in the ability to concentrate and reason. The aim of the Junior Science Club has been successfully fulfilled, as there has been ample opportunity for progress and creative, scientific work. MARY VANDERHOVEN PAGE SEVENTY-FIVE ,:., JUNIOR FRENCH CLUB HELEN EMMONS . . . .. .,... President MYRA STILLE ...... .... X 7 ice President ARLINE MITCHELL . . . ..... Secretary KATHERINE PIERCE . . . . . .Treasurer MARION JENSEN ........,. ...E H istoriarz Mtss M. MARGARET SMITH . . . ........,.. ,... A duiser In September, 1935, the Junior French Club of Manasquan High School was organized with about fifty charter members. This club is an innovation, and since it has provedhighly successful, will be continued and enlarged next year. The club's originator and sponsor, Miss M. Margaret Smith, has studied French for over nine years and is well qualified to lead the group. There have been several interesting projects during the past year, and enthusiastic meetings are held Weekly in the Junior French club room. The club members wear blue and silver pins, and have a secret initiation ceremony each term. Each meeting is opened by a reading of the Bible in French, which is followed by group singing in French. conversations in French, readings, and games in French.i There have been several exhibits of French "realia", including railway posters,Q travel pamphlets, menus, telegraph blanks, maps. and songs. The constitution! of the club is written in red and gold on a parchment scroll, and is prominently displayed in C. R. 10. This year has seen the partial achievement of the club's aim, which is to acquire a foundation of elementary French upon which to build in high school, and to create a lasting and deep interest in the French language and customs. IVIARION JENSEN PAGE SEVENTY-SIX 7 BOYS GLEE CLUB JOSEPH BROOKS . . . . . . , .President JACK SMITH ...,.A. . . Vice President EDWARD EMMONS . . . .,.., Secretary JAMES MOUNT . . . .,.. Treasurer JOHN WOOLEY . . .........,.............Librarians DOUGLAS POTTER The Boys' Glee Club with Mrs. Dorothy Rankin, as director, has com- pleted a full year of musical activity. To the All-State Chorus, which sang in the Metropolitan Opera House. New York City, and at the State Teachers Convention in Atlantic City. the Boys' Glee Club sent Wellington Pearce, tenor, and Joseph Brooks, bass, as representatives. In the performance of "Miss Cherry Blossom" the first High School operetta to be given in Manasquan, the boys made a creditable showing. Charles Heney, as Kokemo, the comedian and Roderick Bennett as the rich politician, Togo. need to be mentioned for their commendable work. Before going on our Christmas vacation the Boys' Glee Club joined with the other clubs in singing the Cantata, Childe Jesus, by Clokey Kirk, in an assembly program. Besides the activities mentioned the club has sung on other assembly programs, in P. T. A. meetings and Commencement exercises. A few of the most popular numbers done this year are: "Steal Away", a negro spiritual: "Who Did": "All For You": "Julia's Gai-den": "Viking Song", by Coleridge-Tayler: "On the Road to Mandalay" by Oley Speaks. FRED TAYLOR PAGE SEVENTY-SEVEN Holman Lumber Company 34 South Street Manasquan New Jersey EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME Phone 277 Fairview Orchards NVEST CHURCH STREET AND STATE HIGHWAY Phone 2888 In Season or Out of Season Home Grown Fruits and Vegetables Our Specialty Try Oxir Birdseye Frosted Foods And Cut Your Kitchen Work in Half I -KCI: ShYhNTYy'ElGHT , .7 FRED S. LEFFERSON Funeral Home Phone 5 'U . Manasquan . New' Jersey Comlfffments of JOHN R. 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