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Page 60 text:
"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.
Page 59 text:
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
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"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.
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