Manasquan High School - Treasure Yearbook (Manasquan, NJ)

 - Class of 1937

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Foreword 0 Representfng tlze Class of 1937 tlze staf? of tlzfs year's lvoole expresses tlze wislz that tlze Treasure Clzest reflect for all, the pleasant memories of Hgh sclzool life. 0 We want the undergraduates to unclerstancl tlze pride and loyalty tlzat our sclwol lzas ln- splrecf in usg ancl we realfze tlzat tlzls inspira- tlon can be present from tlze conceptfon to tlze completlon of any lzfglz sclzool actlvfty. 0 Tlzfs lnoolz fs tlze result of many lzappy lzours, glorlous memories, unclyfng frfenclslzfps tlzat were created in Manasquan Hfglz Sclzool by tlze Class of '37. It ls tlze culmfnatfon of all that we lzold dear of our lzlglz scllool careers. Manasquen High SCHOOI DR. MARION SANTANGELO Dedication 0 To Dr. Marion Santangefo our Class of 1937 owes rmmeasuralale gracfrtucfe for her untrrfng efforts fn gurcffng our footsteps during our hrgh scfzoof careers. She has contributed in no smaff measure toward our success anal hajbgirness here. Therefore, as a token of our agigirecfatron, we cleclrcate thrs 190072 to her with great warmth of feeling in its presen- tatron. SENIQI2 ADVISCDIQS MISS KIILIJRIED JULIUS NIR- LERfDY F1514 9 I MR. IYDKY.-XRD TCHRIZ 1,Vff Tk gi. MRS. XI:XRTH.VX XYlC'IiH.XRI , . ' NIRS. DHIQOTHY RANKIX 1 L! A vw'-' av rv' Q FACULTY Crosley. Xxvti-illil' D., HS., KIA. ........,....... ................. .SIIj'7U7'T'l.V1IIjf l'r1m'1lmI NIll'lhl'l'l' State 'l's-an-lit-Yrs' Ctpilegt-. timltinilmizx I'uiv1-i'sity: lrlruduuti- work: t'fvh1mlmi1l lfllivorsity, Ilut:.:'L-Vs Tfhivt-rsity, filliffillllilli liiilvt-i':s1t.y. Sautaugchv, Dr. Marion C., IES.. XLS., lid. D. .,.................................,. l'rint'ipal Tin-iitmi State 'I'czit'lwi's' t'n11Q,:'v, Rtitgu rs l'IliVQ'I'SiIYQ l:I'IltillCltt' XX'01'k: ilutU,'1Al's Uiiivorsity. Brown. Miss Edith M.. Ph. liim. ......,.... Ltzfin and lflzgflislz ISIWMYII lvI1iVL'1'SiIX, -7 5 'I . XE! QR, 'P lfliampirmii. Miss Marie .hy . ally, . . .. ............... .Sufzul ,ht'I1'lI4'f 'i'l't'Il1UIl Stzttv 'I'c:1n-ht-rs' t'ulh4g'e. K Qirigfilti, Mglthg-W L., HS, ,,,,,,,,.,.,,, ,. ,..l?1mlsL'r'1'f1i11g1 und Jzluim' HIl.Yi7II'.Y.V 'I'1'+-ntfm State 'l'e:tf'ln11-es' t'ulltig'e. Davis. Paul. HH-X., M.. lid. ..... ,....,,....... . .... ..... , ..... . . .,1lt1fl1m1111fit'.v Milton t'ullu,2'e1 iillllillillt' wurk: l'nixw-rally uf Pennsylvzmiat. Ehre, Edward, AB., KLA. .., ................. 1 ...... .... . . .1 .................... lfrzglisli Rm-hut:-:ter University, fitjllllllblfl lvlliVt'l'Sitj', Teac-ht-rs' Crnllegc, tT'ulg'1ltv Univt-rsity. Fish, Leroy T. ........................ , ....... .l1'l. 11411111111 yifllillillfj. .ift'l'1IlIlIit'tIl 17rfl7t'i11g B1'2lllX AVIS. Paris: littllllllilill l'nivei'Sity. briswalcl. lxhilcr, BS. ......,.........,.......,...... .. ..... llmzllh min' llllyxlrrll jltfI!t'tIfi17lI .Rl1lf.1'l'l'S linivorsityg f:l'Ilfilltltt' work: Ili1tg:,'t-Vs 'Uhivt-i'Sity. Julius. Miss Mildred E.. HS. ..... .,...,......,........... Sfl'lI4JfjI'lIf7I1j' mm' 'l'yfN'ft'Vifi11g imlinmx State 'l'v21c'liw1's' t"nl1e,Q,'e, Pl'llllSylV2ll1i2L State- fhllvgm-. Landis. XYiIhur. HS. ....,...... , ........ . .,.li11yIi.rl1, ,i1tIl!It'lIItIliL'S. mul Sofia! SIIIIHFS Millvrsvillc- Stiitv TH:1c'hvl's' i'0i1l'9.'lx. Leitch. Miss Beatrice, MUN. . .................... ...S'm'1'f1l Sl11U'i1'.r 'IR-mplv l'niVvrsity. t'iiix'wi'sity of I,4'llI1Sj'iY1llli2l. Nathiuwctz. Miss lileanor, ILE.. KLA. .......,....,.. .,... llixlm'y, Iizzglixll, and Cfrrnzmz S'llIl0I'illl' State 'l'Pzu'h1-rs' 4'1m11e,egQ, Cnlumhizt, Univcrsity nit' XYis1'miSin, Fnivn-rsity ul' liklalliuimx. Six Oxenford, Bishop A., B.S. ........... , .,......................... Biology, General Science' Rutgers University: Graduate work: Rutgers University, New York University. Petrokubi, Stephen J., B.S., M.S. .. . . .Biology, Chenzislry and Physics Lafayette College. Phoenix, Henry M., A.B., LL.D. ................. . ...... French, Spanish, Commercial Law College of the City of .New York, New York Law School, Rutgers University. - ------:vb . ' I Rankin, Mrs. Dorothy L., A.B. ..... . .-rf5f.':.'1"QfT.'q-...,.:.x..mf. ............ Music Bluffton College, Ohio. ' Rdhinson, Dorothy, B.S ..., .. . . . . . A . ' A History, English Trenton State Teachers' Colkegs Lf gy ll' 1 st. Scott, Richard P. T., B.S., M.A. fmfFIisi"ory, Econoirnirshnd P.A.D.,' Vocalions and Civics Antioch College, New York University: Graduate work: American Peoples College, Austria, Columbia University and Pennsylvania State College. Sneath, Mrs. Eleanor, B.S. ...... ..... . ., . .Jr.- . Malh., General Science, Commercial Math. ' at Teachers' College. , Smith. l a . . . .. .. . . . ....... English, French, Science University of Penn jlvania: Gradua e work: University of Pennsylvania. Strong, Earl P., Acct., B..S. in Ed. ................ Bookkeeping, Sienograiphy, Ofce Practice Rider College, Indiana State Teachers' College, Western Reserve University, International ,Accountants Society: Graduate work: Ohio State University. Taylor, Mrs. Grace B., A.B. . . . . 1 . ....... ......... 1 aglish, History Montclair State Teachers' College: Graduate work: Rut ers University. VVallach, Miss Anne, B.S. ................................... Hralfh and Physical Educaiion Trenton State Teachers' College. . 0 XVickham, Mrs. Martha B., B.S. . . .la .vfjb.ul.lZf. . N,-.Home Economics Trenton State Teachers' Col ege, Rutgers University: Graduate work: Columbia University. I Wirth. Mass Catherine, 13.5. ........... i ' Librarian Trenton State Teachers' College, Seven Iiighi Hedley Spencer Anderson Commercial Course "l-lvcelzf O11 Youflzu President of Home Room 35 Vice President of Home Room 25 Science Club I, 45 Athletic Council 25 The Greedy Ones 35 The Patsy 4g Track I, 2, 3, Muriel Grace Bennington Classical College Preparatory "Sweet Misery Of Love" Secretary of Home Room 4, Representative in "M" Club 4. Dance Committee 2, 31 Dramatic Club 32 Y. VV. C. A. I, 25 Hall Patrol 45 "M" Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 3, 43 Operetta 3, 45 Junior Varsity I, Varsity 3, 45 Sport's Carnival 2, 3. James Farlin Black Classical College Preparatory "llc O11 ,Al Bus" Student Government 31 Court 41 Vice President of Home Room 45 Dramatic Club 31 Athletic Association 25 Operetta 4,5 Football 45 Baseball 4. John Brisben General Course ' a , "Jlf7i1111ie The ll'I00L'l1F7'H President of Home Room 3, 43 Secretary of Home Room IQ Vice 'President of Home Room 21 Hi-Y lj Sketch Club I, 2. 3, 41 Study Club 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 French Club 35 Science Club 2, 35 Blue and Gray Staff 3, 4g Junior Play 35 Football 2,, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Track 3, 4. Ruth Butcher Commercial Course Ll'SfF71 To The Lambs" Y. W. C. A. 2, 33 "M" Club I, 2, 35 Commercial Club 2, 35 Cheerleader 2. James Patrick Cassidy General Course "VVaIkin' The Baby Back Home" Hi-Y I, 25 Sketch Club 35 Hall Patrol 2, 35 Junior Play 31 Minstrel 45 Golf 2, 3, 4. Mary Lee Clark General Course "Sweet Is The Word For You" President of Girl Reserves 2Q Study Club I5 Drivers Club 21 Commuters Club 25 Girl Reserves 35 Court 45 Honor Society 4, Robert William Clark General Course "Hi Di 1170 flliraflr' flfaxf' President of Athletic Association 33 .Athletic Association I, 2. 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 43 Golf 2, 3, 45 Boxing 2, 3, 4. Betty Cynthia Clayton General Course lrsiflllflj' Side Up" President of Home Room 45 Vice President of Home Room 3Q Class Senator 45 Prom Committee 35 Dramatic Club 21 Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Y. W. C. A. I5 Sketch Club 35 Student Government 45 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 45 "The Greedy Ones" 3. Margaret Anne Cook Commercial Course "On The BPCICI1 Wiflz Bali, Bali" Vice President of Y. VV. C. A. 25 Student Government 4g Assembly Committee Chairman 45 Y. VV. C. A. I, 2: Student Government I, 2, 3, 41 Queen of Big Sea Day 45 Honor Society 4. Nine EIL Ella Frances Cooke Commercial Course "l.fmlry, Looky, Lnnky, l'fl'I'f' Conzfs Cooleif' Secretary of Home Room 3: Vice President of Cooking Club 4: Dramatic Club I, 33 Y. VV. C. A. 2: Cooking Club .43 Girls' Glee Club 3, 41 Operetta 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 3, 4. Eugene George Cooper I, Commercial Course W lf' A W ' jl'fX71w Sf1'i11gs" Secretary of Home Room 1: Vice President of Home Room 31 Hall Patrol 3: President of Orchestra 4: The Patsy 4: Football 3, 4: Basketball 2: Baseball 31 Track 3, 4. x 2 f ff V4 . -r S. Jeannette Corwin , ' ff' General Course xfdflnfl-tllciflh Girls, GIGS Club Ifsgjs. C. A. I, 2, 3: French Club I, 2, 33 Cooking Club AQ luib 1, 2, 3, 4. 'x Gladys Marie Cottrell Commercial Course "1 Ferl Like U Irfllfllfl' In The Brcc.Cr"' Treasurer of Commercial Club 4g Girl Reserves I, 22 Study Club 33 Commercial Club 45 Commuters Club 2Q Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 41 Operatta 3. 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3. 4. Ethel Mary Cowell Commercial Course "DVi1m1 Did I l-r'azfr Hecwmz?" Editor-in-Chief of Treasure Chest 43 Business Manager and Typist of Blue and Gray 4: Secretary of Cooking Club 41 "M" Club .45 Blue and Gray 42 Cooking Club 4Q Journalism 4g Commercial Contest 4g VVoman's Club Contest 4. Entered M. H. S. 1936. Margaret Stanbury Cox Classical College Preparatory "Empty Saddles" Secretary of Latin Club 2. 31 Treasurer of Dramatic Club 22 Vice President Dramatic Club 33 Associate liditor of Nautical News 23 Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 42 Latin Clulb I, 21 French Club 21 Debating team lg Nautical News ZQ "The Patsy" 43 "The NVoman Acquitted" 43 "The Greedy Ones" 33 Red Bank lixchange Assembly 33 Christmas Seal Contest 3, 4Q Radioplay 21 Honor Society 4. Clyde Danskin General Course "Lets Take A Ufnlk .-lrmmd The Bork" Treasurer of Home Room 33 Secretary of Athletic Council 41 Science Club IQ Aviation Club 22 Drivers' Club 32 Athletic Council 41 Football 3, 43 Track 31 Boxing 3. Agatha Margaret Dey Commercial Course "Liz'1'1zg from Day fo Dry" President of Cooking Club 43 Dramatic Club 1, 31 Commuters' Club 21 Y. XY. C. A. 23 Court 31 Cooking Club 4. Edna May Dixon Scientific College Preparatory "Out Wl1F7'P The Blur ln't'g1'11.v" President of onor Societyg Associate Editor of Treasure C est 43 New Editor of "Our Times" 33 Assist it Editor of "-'autical . 's" 2,2 Dance Committee 3, 43 i' . Glee Club 41 S 'ret ry Assembly Committee 33 Sec a ' if French Club 25 i ' horu ' ' ra ic Club 41 nch Club 2Q Latin Clu 3 3 iscussi n 1 1 'M" Club 23 Com- muterf klub 32 .Tum lay 31 r ' ma. Seal Contest 31 Honor Society 3 Big ea Day 3. ered .l.H. S. in 1934. Florence Theresa Dixon Scientific College Preparatory "Is It True lfV11at Tliry Say ,-lbou! Dixie?" Representative of "M" Club 41 Clerk of Court 41 Librarian of Mixed Chorus 43 Assistant Manager Girls' Varsity 43 Dance Committee 3, 43 Tribune Latin Club 21 Consul Latin Club 3g Assistant Editor of "Our Times" SQ "M" Club 2, 3, 43 Drivers' Club 21 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Mixed 'Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 3, 41 Court 4Q "The Greedy Ones" 33 Christmas Seal Play 41 Assembly Committee 31 Honor Society 4. Entered M. H. S. in 1934. Discussion Club3 Big Sea Day 2, 3, 4. Eleven J Tzwlw Joseph Ehrlenbach Commercial Course "fm Hlccounfizz' On You" Treasurer of Class 3, 45 President of Stamp Club 33 Aviation Club I, 25 Stamp Club 35 Study Club 45 Honor Society 4. its ln Q 5 , . r H Edward Roland Emmons, Jr. V' 5' General Course "You Can Tell Hn Comm From Di:rif'!" President of Aviation Club I5 Vice President of Aviation Club 25 Vice President of Home Room 25 Glee Club Librarian I, 2, 3, 45 Aviation Club I, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 45 Hall Patrol 31 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 3, 45 "The Greedy Ones" 35 Two Senior Class Playsg Track 4. Fred Francis Ernest Commercial Course "Did You Mean It?" Treasurer of Home Room 35 .Athletic Council 35 Athletic Association I, 25 Hi-Y 3, 45 Athletic Council 2, 35 Study Club 3, 45 Baseball I, 2. Evelyn Virginia Estelle General Course "fs fl ilfuggiu' " Senator T5 Secretary of Sketch Club 25 Artist of Blue Sz Gray 45 Secretary-Treasurer Hall Patrol 45 Sketch Club 25 Dra- matic Club 35 Hall Patrol 45 UM" Club I5 Y. W. C. A. IQ Cheerleader I5 Glee Club 45 l'The Greedy Ones" 35 Operetta 3. Ellen Virginia Ferguson Q General Course ' 'N 2' l' Yong-an The Dfl7'71I?Sf Thmgs Secretary of Home Room I, 25 Glee Club I, 2, 45 Y. W. C. A. 2, 35 Dramatic Club I, 45 Commuter's Club I, 23 Study Club I. Adele Madeline Flippen General Course "IIome O11 The Range" Drivers' Club 2, 3: Glee Club I. 4: "M" Club I. 2, 3: Study Club 4: Athletic Association I. Ruth Adelaide Fowler Commercial Course "l.of,'e flml l,vurn', Secretary of Home Room 4: President of Commercial Club 4: Y. XY. C. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Connnereial Club 4: Home Room Representative lj 1-lonor Society 4. Eulalia Lorraine Fredricks Connnereial Course - "Ou The Good Shift 'Laffy' Pup" Secretary of Honor Society: Secretary of HlPlllCkRlJl'lIll I: Secretary of Class 2, 4: Vice President of Girls' filee Club 4: Treasurer Mixed Chorus 2: Vice President of Mixed Chorus 3: Business Manager Nautical News 2: Assistant Coach of Com- muters' Club 3: Captain of Cheerleaders 4: Dramatic Club 1, 51: "M" Club I. 2, 3. 4: Court 2: School Paper 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Student Government 2, 3: Journalism 2. 3. 4: Athletic Association I : "M" Club Represen- tative 2: Operetta 4: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Cheerleader 2. 3. .11 Dance Revue 2, 3: Honor Society 4. , I' Marie Dorot al er l'onnnereial Course 1' I f ,lf "Iv'roar1ier1y ,llivlmlyn Secretary ome Rnorn I. 3: Home Room Representative 4: Commerc'al Club 2: Glee Club 1: Commuters Club I, 2, 33 Dramatic Club I. Angeline Gardella Coinmereial Course "Lady Ne Good" Captain of Commuters Club 3, 4: President of Cominuters Club 4: Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room 4: Prom Coin- mittee 3: Y. VV. C. A. I, 2: Commuters Club 2, 3. 4: Basket- ball 2, 3. Y llll'fL'Cll I F!7l!l'fCClI I Charles R. Garrabrant Commercial Course "S'zuz'11g ,llzz Cl1r1rIic" Treasurer of Honor Society3 President of Home Room 21 Vice President of Home Room 3, 42 Treasurer of Student Gov- ernment 45 Representative 33 Student Government 3, 43 Study Club I, 21 Spanish Club 43 Science Club IQ "The Greedy Ones" 33 "The Patsy" 43 Honor Society 4. Antoinette Marie Gifford Commercial Course "They Said It lfVouIa'11't Las!" Vice President of Girl Reserves 33 Cooking Club IQ Commer- cial Club 43 Girls Reserves 2, 3. Helen Malsbury Goddard Scientific College Preparatory "lf's You fm Talkiu' Abou!" Chairman of Assembly Committee 2. 33 Secretary of Home Room IQ Secretary of Mixed Chorus 4j Secretary of Y. VV. C. A. 23 Y. VV. C. A. 1, 23 Student Government 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 42 Dramatic Club 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 3, 43 Honor Society 4. George William Hartman General Course "lVlznf LV!!! I Tell ,lly Henri?" Aviation Club 13 Study Club 2, 33 Drivers' Club 4. Mattie Elizabeth Harvey General Courge "OH The ,l'Ut'7lllL'U Cooking Club I: "M" Club 1. 2, 33 Drivers' Club 31 Study Club 3, 43 Basketball 3. ,.,..,. SAX, '- v il' ll ba e lg, ,ak 'Inj -L Eleanor Elizabeth Haviland Commercial Course "llIi11di1z' ,lly l?usinrss" Study Club 1, 4g Girl Reserves zg Commercial Club 3. N 'Alvin Clinton Henderson General Course "Pup" Goes ytlltl' I-Ivnrt" Science Club I, .rg Study Club 3. 4. Russell Edward Henderson General Course "Thr fGDfftlllgFl"S Snug" Aviation Clulb 1, .2, 33 Drivers Club 4. - I Q , Elea1iotifE. Holmes Commercial Course 'S "lu .Uy Solitude" Dance Committee 2. 3, 4: Blue Sz Gray Staff 41 Illustrations Treasure Chest 45 Secretary-Treasurer Sketch Club 33 Cooking Club IQ Y. VV. C. A. ZQ Sketch Club 3, 4. Harry Gerald Horne General Course "Big Hoy Blur, Come Blnzu Your --U President Drivers Club 41 Science Club 1, 2, 31 Drivers Club 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 4: Boxing I 5 VVrestling I, 2. 3, 4. Fiflecu J J 5i.rleen John W. Hyde General Course "You Calla Ba A Football Hero" Class Treasurer 1, 21 Secretary of Class 32 Science Club IQ Cooking Club 25 Drivers Club 35 Football 3, 45 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 3, 45 Track 3, 4. Eleancre Anita Jackson Commercial Course "Dancing Ladyl' Vice President of Honor Societyg Secretary of Freshman Class 15 Judge of Court 45 President of Class 25 Vice President of Student Council 35 President of "M" Club 45 Home Room Representative lj Girl Reserves I. 25 "M" Club I, 2, 3, .15 Student Council I, 3, 45 Court 4g 'i'The Patsy" 41 Operetta 4Q Basketball 1. 35 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Carnival 35 Honor Society 45 Treasurer Monmouth County Student Council 4. Doris Anna Johnson Commercial Course "IFJ T110 Talk Of The Tim'11fcD" Cooking Club IQ Girl Reserves 2g Commercial Club 3, 4. X Murvin A. Jones Conn cial Course HBIUKIIIQIUS of Harlem" Sketch Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 Science Club IQ Track 3, 45 Boxing Champion 3, 4. Albert T. Kessler General Course "C0min' Thru The Kyo" Aviation Club I, 25 Study Club 35 Drivers Club 4. John T. Kessler General Course "Why Must I He Fbrmelzfedfu Study Club IQ Aviation 'Club 23 Drivers Club 31 President of Drivers Club 43 King of Big Sea Day 43 Associate Business Manager of Treasure Chest 4. Ruth F1orence'Kx??ff Scientific College Preparatory , , ,Y 17, ,fb 'fShc'lljdu'f Say ws, 5110 Didrfz' say NO" Girl Reserves I, 23 Dramatic Clulb 3, 4g journalism 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4Q Operetta 33 All State Chorus 4. Joseph La Vance General Course "fm Sillilz' High Ou The Hilltop" Football I, 2, 3, 41 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball Mgr. 2, 33 Track 42 French 23 A. A. Council 2, 33 Sketch Club 32 Science 3. Margaret Ardena Lewis . Classical College Preparatory "E'z.'cryb0dy's Truclriu"' President Cooking Club 23 "M" Club I, 2, 3. 43 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 43 Cooking Club I, 23 Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 42 Track Meet 1. 2, 33 Sports Carneval 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Drivers Club 2. 33 Latin Club 23 Girls' Glee Club 43 Commuters Club 4Q Jr. Varsity IQ Journalism 2, 3. Raymond Howard Lewis Connnercial Course "I'm Young And Healthy" .Athletic Association 33 Footiball 3, 43 Wrestlilig 3, 4. Seventeen Eiglzlccn Harry E. Long Commercial Course "Robbins .elnzd Ro.s'es', Athletic Association 1, 2Q Hi-Y 2, 35 Athletic Council I, SQ Study Club 3, 43 Boys' Glee Club 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 3, 4g Band 2, 3, 4Q Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 4Q Basketball I. 2, 3. Archie Longstreet . Classical Coliege Preparatory "Night In .lll'l1l11llHtlJLD V 1 Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club I, 2, 4g School Paper 35 Operetta 3 45 "The Greedy Ones" 33 "The Patsyl' 43 "The Boor" 4. ' Andrew Gardner Macauley Commercial Course "1'm .411 Old Cowlzarzdv Science Club IQ Aviation Club 25 Study Club 33 Drivers Club 4. Wafren MacDonald :"f""' V' General Course W 5JV'fC3'1'31 Me Back Tn Old Vi1'gi1my" Vice President of Home Room 41 President of Home Room 2: Science Club IQ Sketch Club 2, 3g Drivers Club 3g Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 1. Annie MacD0well Commercial Course "Annie Dr1e.m't Live Here Any More" "M" Clulb 23 Girl Reserves 1, 2g Commercial Club 3, 4g Girls' Glce Club 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 2. Robert Osbourne Magee Scientinc College Preparatory "The Goose Hangs High" Vice President of Science Club 4g Aviation Club I. 22 Drivers Club 31 Science Club 4. Lillian Geraldine Masson Classical College Preparatory "Farewell Tivo --lrm.r" Dramatic Club 4. Entered M. H. S. in 1937. Morton Megill General Course "This Yt'lH"5 Crop" Student Council 1: President of Hi-Y 4: Hi-Y 2. 3, 41 Cook- ing Club IQ Drivers Club 2, 3, Aviation Club 4. Emma Louisa Mills Commercial Course "lVl1u's Your Lilllv lVlzn.ri,r."' Vice President of Commuters Club 4, Treasurer of Home Room 45 Commuters Club 2, 3, 4Q Y. VV. C. A. 1. Robert Field Moore Classical College Preparatory "Thr 1.0112 Huy Hfill Hit You If 1-" Home Room President 2, 3, 43 Secretary of Stamp Club 3Q Latin Club 2, 3: Stamp Club 2, 35 Science Club 45 Football 4g Basketball 31 Track 3, 4. lintered M. H. S. 1934. AflllEfL'L'IL Twenty lt' W . ,extra I H'-' X9 A D xc" 1' -.. v Ki Doris Mary Morton Commercial Course "As Long As Yozfve Got Your Health" Secretary-Treasurer Commuters Club 35 Cooking Club IQ Y. NV. C. A. 2g Commuters Club 2, 3, 4. Richard D. Morton General Course "I Only Haw Ice For Yan" Aviation Club I, 2, 3g Drivers Club 43 Hall Patrol I, 2, 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2. f f l - 7 l CU ,lynx l J C., 'liarryR. S. Newbury Classical College Preparatory 'f nljlll Gcltin' Scnfinzvnlal Over --" Vice President of Home Room 45 Aviation Club 25 Drivers X Club 45 Hall Patrol 2, 3. Alden Nichols Scientific College Preparatory "The Gentleman Obviously D0csn'l l3'cliv'Ue --" Clerk of Court 33 Student Government 35 Court 3: Hall Patrol 3, 4g'Science Club 23 "The Greedy Ones" 33 Operetta 43 Honor Society. Mary Kathryn Nixon Commercial Course "Ibn Forerfer Blowing Bubbles" Home Room Representative IQ President of Commuters Club 35 Cooking Clulb IQ Girl Reserves 2Q Commuters Club 2, 3. 4. Oscar Olsen General Course "You rllllfii' .Uv lfVl1af I .elm Today" Hi-Y IQ Dramatic Club 2, 3: Study Club 4, 55 Football I, 2, 3, 4, 5: Track 4, 5: VVrestling 5. Elsie Joanne Olsen General Course "Y0u'1'c I5'Zf'Vl'jlfl1l!1!j Src'f'r'l" Dramatic Club 41 Girls' Glee Club 4. Entered M. H. S. in 1936. Granden Wellington Pearce General Course "Thu Los! Chord" Vice President of Mixed Chorus 41 Drivers Club 4: Aviation 1 3 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 2, 31 Sketch Club lg Science Club 3: Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 41 Baseball 41 Track 3, 42 Boxing 2. William Douglas Potter ollege Preparatory "This l' 'isscsn Home Room Rep n ' I, 45 Court 2, 31 Secretary of Boys' Glee Club e C ib I, 2, 3, 43 Aviation Club IQ French Club 32 O eretta 3. Edythe Caldwell Preston Classical College Preparatory nfllllll' In fUlI1l!II'j'U Secretary QffHOIl1C Room 3Q President of Girls' Glee Club 43 Vice President of Dramatic Club 4: Vice President of Girls' Glee Club 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 4: "The Greedy Ones" 3: "The Patsy" 4: Operetta 3, 43 All State Chorus 3. . Tzomzly-one Twcniy-two Leonard James Pyle General Course "I SILIHIIIJIPZ1 Offer' --" Home Room Representative IQ Sketch Club 25 Hikers Club 35 Athletic Association 45 Football 45 Track 45 Boxing. ,I 7 A I 3,1 Ruth Inez Pyle I ,' 5' Commercial Course "DmWz' The Old Ox Road" President of Home Room IQ Secretary-Treasurer of Drivers Club 45 Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room 43 "M" Club 2, 3, 45 Journalism 35 Roving Reporter of Blue 81 Gray 43 Commuters Club IQ Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club I1 Sketch Club 2, 35 Drivers Club 4. Laura E. Richardson General Course "Doir1' The Suzi-Q" Secretary of Cooking Club 35 Cooking Club I, 2, 35 Drivers Club 23 Commuters Club 4. Daniel William Roberts Scientific College Preparatory "The fKJN'igl1f VVa.r Made For Love" President of Science Club 45 Journalism 35 Science Club 43 Stamp Club 35 Basketball 35 'Track 3, 42 Honor Society 4. Entered M. H. S. in I935. Gerard John Russamanno General Course "Sims Shine Boyv President of Home Room I, 2, 45 President of Cooking Club I5 Science Club I, 2, 3, 45 Cooking Club IQ Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 1. ' 4 Irene Elsie Senior Classical College Preparatory "Blue Eyes, Thr Skies Are Jealous Of" Mixed Chorus 4g Study Club 41 Operetta 4. Entered M. H. S. in 1936. Helen Shibla Commercial Course "Lovely To Look Af" Secretary-Treasurer of Commuters Club 21 Commercial Club 21 "M" Cluh 4: Commuters Club 2, 31 Athletic Clulm I: Basketball 4. Audrey Smith Commercial Course "Y0u'7'r G01 Smmrtlzizzgu Secretary of Home Room IQ Y. XY. C. A. I. 21 Glee Clulm I. 2: Commercial Club 3, 4. George Edward Smith Commercial Course "li111ma" Blur' President of Home Room 3g Hall Patrol 2, 3, 4: Track 3. John Treberne Smith Classical College Preparatory 'Yo And? Lrwr' Right" President cff Gleel 5 QI41 Vice President of Home Room 33 Boys' Glee'QClulm I, W' QNNQI Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3. 4: Dramatic Clttk 2, 3, jj Opefetta 3, 4Q 'The VYoman Acquittedu 4: Track 31 . ll Stye fliorus 4. T-wen fy-llzrec Ttvcn fyffour Frances Jane Spencer Commercial Course "Silfin' In The Sand A S1fHIl1ilL,U Vice President of Commercial Club 35 "M" Club Representa- tive IQ Sketch Club IQ Commercial Club 35 "M" Club Ig Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. Florence Clarice Steiner Commercial Course "Ready, Hfilling, And Able" Student Court 45 Cooking Club 35 Study Club 3, 4. Eleanor Joan Stires Commercial Course "Miss Otis Regrets" Cooking Club IQ Girl Reserves 25 Commuters Club 3, 45 A. A. IQ X. NV. C. A. 2, Warren Seaman Stutts, Jr. Scientific College Preparatory "Sw0et11ea1'l, LI7f'S Grow -4" Treasurer of Home Room 25 Librarian of Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Aviation Club I 5 Hi-Y 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 '4The Greedy Ones" 35 "The Woman Acquittedu 45 Operetta 3, 4g Basketball 23 Base- ball I, 25 Track 43 Honor Society 4. Hilding Swensson Scientific College Preparatory I "Living In A Graaf Big Wa3"' Secretary of Hi-Y 33 Science Club I, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, Athletic Association 35 Discussion 41 Football 3, 4. lFred Armstrong Taylor Classical College Preparatory "Lowe Is News" lfditor-in-chieif of Blue and Gray 43 Editor-in-chief Journalism Club 33 Secretary of Hi-Y 2, 43 Sports Editor of School Paper I, 2, 33 Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 43 Journalism I, 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 41 Boys' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Hall Patrol 3, 43 Operetta 3, 4. Marjory Thomas Classical College Preparatory 'Soplzislicafed Lndyv President of Home Room IQ President of Dramatic Club 3, 42 President of Class 43 Court 2Q "M" Club TQ Latin Club I, 23 Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 41 Honor Society 4. Earle Thompson Classical College Preparatory "RaggiI1.' The Stale" Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 41 Boys' Glee Club 43 Mixed Chorus 4Q "The Boor" 43 Girls' Glee Club, Pianist. ewis. dwards mpson Classical College Preparatory "Fa1'mz'1' In T110 Dell" Avia ' Club I, 23 Science 2, 33 Art 2, 3. Phillip Bione Towne Scientific College Preparatory 'Tm A D1'fU111v1', flVClI,f PVC' All" Aviation Club I1 Athletic Association 3, 4: Study Club 2: Football I, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 41 Basketball I, 2, 33 VVrcstliug,f 2, 3. Twenty-fivc Twen ly-six H l I Clifford Morton Trail Commercial Course Hl'fV,ZFll If's Twiliglzf O11 The -1" Hi-Y 3, 43 Science Club 21 Athletic Association I. ' ll 3669 Stanley Truax General Course "lin 1' S071 flilllfll ml Rer1.vn1'1s,' Secretary of Scholarship FllllClQ Treasurer of Home Room I, 23 President of Home Room 33 President of Junior Class 31 Vice President of Sketch Club 33 Vice President Athletic Asso- ciation 3g Vice President of Senior Classg President of Student Council 41 Vice President of Home Room 43 Captain of Gym Squad I, 21 Football I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 2, 3, 42 Baseball 1, 3, 4: Track 1. 2, 4: Wrestling I, 2, 3, 43 Handball I, 2, 33 Ping Pong 1, 2, 31 Golf 2, 3. Clark Warlick General Course 'Tm Puffin' ,-lil Ally Eggs In Our' l?o0.rkl'f" President of Home Room I, 2: Vice President of Aviation Club I3 Librarian of Glee Club I, 2, 3, 41 Aviation Club I, 2, 31 Hall Patrol 3, 41 Boys' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Operetta 3, 4g Baseball I, 2. Vivian Mae Warner Commercial Course "In Hrr Eyes Tlzrrf lVn.v ,llooazliglifv President of Cooking Club I: Class Senator 2, 3: Vice-Presi- dent of Home Room 22 Secretary of Senate 23 Vice-President of Student Government 43 Representative "M" Club 33 Prom Committee 33 Cooking Club Ig Student Government 2, 3, 43 Girls Reserve 23 Blue and Gray 43 UM" Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 43 Minstrel 23 Sports Carnival 2, 31 Basketball I, 2, 3, 42 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 4. Robert Wilbert General Course Hl701l'I'I' Ally Best Bri" Treasurer of Home Room 22 Sketch Club I, 2, 3, 41 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Irene Gertrude Wiley Commercial Course "The Girl In Thr Little Green Hat" Secretary of Commercial Club 2, 43 Treasurer of Cooking Club IQ Commercial Club 2, 41 Study Club IQ Cooking Club 1. joseph Van Note Wolfersberger College Preparatory "pl Lum' Wcalf O11 The Trail" Vice President of Class 2, 35 Athletic Council 2, 35 Football 2, 31 Basketball 3, 42 Track 3, 4. Melvin Joseph Wood General Course "Rafi, Tap Ou Wood" President of Home Room I, 25 Vice President of Home Room 35 President of .Athletic Association 45 Athletic Association 41 Hall Patrol 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4. Albert Bennett Wooley General Course "Vim Can? P1111 T110 Wool --" Aviation Club 1. 2,5 Science Club 2. Barbara Elizabeth Worster General Course "Il Dorff ,llcml til Thing If i-" Vice President "M" Club 45 Manager Girls' Varsity 45 Assist- ant Manager Girls' Varsity 35 Art Club I, 2, 35 Drivers Club 45 "M" Club I, 2, 3, 41 Girls' Glee Club I, 45 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 42 "Our Times" 35 Operetta 4: Sports Carnival 33 Basket- ball 1, 25 Cheerleading 2, 3, 4. Tfwenty-.rcfven Twwzrly-might Elinor Yeterian Classical College Preparatory 'fY1'11'dlH Willz HM' 171'a'dIr', Play Smurf RUflf1'7l1UJ, Eulalia Fredricks . lllargaret Cook .. Florence Stiener . Ethel Cowell .... Gladys Cottrell .. Angeline Gardella Helen Goddard .. Ellen Ferguson .. Virginia Estelle .. Agatha Dey .... blarjory Thomas Antoinette Gifford Ethel Cowell .... Elinor Yeterian . . Elsie Olsen ...... Eleanor Holmes . Elinor Yeterian . . lVIuriel Bennington Jeanette Corwin . lllargaret Lewis . . Audrey Smith Edythe Preston .. Edna May Dixon Eleanore Jackson . Florence Dixon .. Helen Shibla .... Irene Senior ..... Annie lWacDowell Ella Cooke ...... Eleanore Stires .. Doris Johnson . . . Marie Gallagher . Mary Clark .... Barbara Worster . Vivian Warner .. Eulalia Fredricks . Ruth Pyle ...... Betty Clayton .... Ruth Fowler .... "Ginny" Estelle . blarjory Thomas . Doris Morton . . . Agatha Dey ..... Edna May Dixon Eleanore Jackson . SENIORISTICS Did Ilifost for Ill. H. . . . Etieryhozlfs Pal . .. hlost Loquacious . Ildost Capable .. Jolliest Sheba ES' Shieh .. .... Gad-about ... . . . .Faeulty Drag . . . ..... Collegiate .... Quaintest . Dramatically Inrlinefl ..... Best Stenogs ... . . . . Best Typists . . . . Illost Ambitious . .... Energetic .... . . . Best Dressed . . . . . . The Illusieians . . . The Iligher-ups . ... Shortest .... . . Truekers . . . Lazy Bones .-. Best Singers . .. .. . lllost Intellectual . .. . Class Pleazlers .. .... Entertaining . .. . . Easy on the Eyes ... Very Studious .. In the Clouds .. . .. Romanee Addirts . Nois'iest Languid Class Gigglers . ... Good Mixers . ... Easy Going ... .... Surprising ... .... Best Athletes . .. Speed Demons .. . . . . Best Drivers . . Best Alaturezl .. Toe Tufinhlers . .. . Streamlined .. . ......Wizfiesz..... .. lVIost Independent Brightest .. . Likely to Succeed . S.... . . . . . . Fred Taylor . . . . . . Dan Roberts Gerard Russamanno Charles Garrabrant . . . . . . Fred Ernest . . . Clyde Danskm . . . . John Kessler Harry Horne . . . . . James Black hlorton lllegill . Archie Longstreet . .. Joe Ehrlenbach , . . . .. Fred Ernest . Hilding Swensson .. . . . . . Clill Trail Joe VVolfersberger .. Earle Thompson . . . Robert blagee . ..... Bill Davis . . . . lhlurvin Jones VVarren lNlacDonald . . . . . . John Smith . Hilding Swensson . . . James Cassidy . Archie Longstreet . . . Robert lVloore . . . . VVarren Stutts . . Edward Emmons Gerard Russamanno . . . . . . Lenard Pyle , . Douglas Potter . . . . . Bud Pearce . . "Rabbitt" Clark . . Robert VVilbert .. Eugene Cooper . . . . Stanley Truax . 'Xndrew lVIacauley . . . . Alden Nichols . . . Jack Hyde . . . Bill Newbury . . . George Smith . . . Joe La Vance Ray Lewis Charles Garrabrant . . . Robert llloore Twenty-nine Nazlle Hedley Spencer Anderson.. Nluriel Grace Bennington James Farlin Black ..... John Brisben .......... Ruth Butcher .......... James Patrick Cassidy .. lXIary Lee Clark ....... Robert William Clark .. Betty Cynthia Clayton .. lllargaret Anne Cook . . . Ella Frances Cooke ..... Eugene George Cooper . S. Jeanette Corwin ..... Gladys lwarie Cottrell .. Ethel lVIary Cowell ..... lVIargaret Stanbury Cox . Clyde Danskin ........... llflorton William Davis Agatha lhlargaret Dey .. Edna lllay Dixon ...... Florence Theresa Dixon . Joseph Ehrlenbach ........ Edward Roland Emmons Fred Francis Ernest .... Virginia Estelle ........ Ellen Virginia Ferguson . Adele llladeline Flippin . Ruth Adelaide Fowler .. Eulalia Lorraine Fredricks. . lllarie Dorothy Gallagher . Angeline Gardella ...... Charles R. Garrabrant .. Antoinette lVIarie Gifford. Helen lVlalsbury Goddard. George VVilliam Hartman. . lllattie Harvey ......... Eleanor Elizabeth Haviland Alvin Clinton Henderson Russell Edward Henderson. Eleanor E. Holmes ..... Harry Gerald Horne John W. Hyde ........ Eleanore Anita Jackson . . Doris Anna Johnson .... hlurvin A. Jones ....... Albert T. Kessler . . . . ,lohn T. Kessler ......... Ruth Florence Knight . . . Joseph LaVance ....... . lylargaret Ardena Lewis . . Raymond Howard Lewis Harry E. Long ......... Tlzirly SENIOR MIRROR Anstvers lo Hitler ...... Benny ..... lim .... Pres. Butch . . . Jimmy . . . Lee .... Rabbit Prindal .... Peggy . . . Cookie .. Coop . . . Garbo . . Happy . . Nlickey . . Cactus . Curley . . Bill .... Aggie . . . Eddie . . . Dixie . . . loe .... Bud . . . Bud . . . Ginner .. Irish . . . A , ..... Ruthie . . Lolly . . Scotty . . . Angie .. Gary . . . Toni .... .Goddard ... B111 ..... Malt. . . . El . . . Al . . . Russ . . . El ...... Butch . . . Iack . . . Iackie .... Dottie . . lonsey . . Brow . . . lfohnny . . . Nighty .. loe ..... lllargie .... Ray .... Bud . . . Favorite Expression H1-Folks ........... Ple-ease ............ l'll say it in French ..... Hello Beautiful ........ . . . Uh-huh- ................. Donlt worry until the time comes A little more remotely ......... You ain't just saying it either . . . Not now, dear .............. O.K. Port, O.K. Starboard .... Sure you're lying ........... Hey-Viv. ........... . Why can't I grow up . .. Hi-honey ........... Oh, Youl .......... l just giggle Group ........... Hi-ya Fibber VVatcha, doin' ......... l-Iowsit Chief ............ Eat, drink and feel merry .... Why? .................. Shels de lovely ......... Why? ...... ................ Do you believe me? ........... What big ideas small people hav C Everything is home cooking ..... Your change- ............... Oh, Boy! ............... You mean it? .... Oh! Darling! .... Hi-Butch ....... qee you later Anybody seen him I ea ........ ..... Oh! Yeal ...... Yes, Yes . . . Huh ...... How-ya doin' Go-away ........ ........ OK. ...................... . I still think blondes are the best Aren't we all? .... ........ Fine thing ..... O.K. Butch Pay no attention ....... l'll be darned if I know? . . . 'Wyl lllyl ............... What will people think .... Solid ................. Oh ham! ............ You bet .... Ifubby VVorking on car motors . . . Sports ............... Kidding Spaghetti . . Being around girls ...... Swimming .............. Getting in lVIr. Strongis hair Tennis ................. Golf ..... Driving . .. Swimming . . . Hiking .... Violin . . Hiking . . . llIusic ....... Having fun ... Drawing ..... Pigeon flying .. Reading ..... Hiking ............. Books ............... Snooky-pussing around . . . Stamps ............. . . . . . Cvirls ................ Fishing ................ Teaching boys to dance . . . Snorts ................. Dancing Theater Athletics ............ Collecting popular songs . . llIaking dates ......... Amateur photography . . Traveling ........... Dancing ......... lllath. .......... . Home Economics . . . Reading ........ Swimming . . . iXIechanics . Dancing . . . Sports .... Sports .... Dancing . . . Swimming . . . Trucking .. Golf ........ Having Fun ... Dancing ......... Elbow Bending . .. Truckin' ....... Driving ......... lllanuel Training .. SENIOR Future ' Undecided .. Teaching .. College .... College ..... Stenographer .. Traveling . . Teaching . . . Engineering . . . College ..... College .... Traveling . . . Undecided .. Nurse ..... MIRROR VVork ................ .... Efficient business woman . . . . . . . College .............. .... G-lNIan . . College . . . Secretary . . College .... College ....... Accountant .... Aviation ............. . . . . Aeronautical Engineer Buy a car and go west ... . . .. Nurse.. ............. Blues singer ......... .... Secretary . . Business .... Stenographer ................. Travel ...................... lVIetropolitan Insurance Company Stenographer ................. Nurse ....................... Diesel Engineer . . . Undecided ..... Beautician .... Undecided .......... .... Diesel Engineer ........ .... Academy of Fine Arts Business ........ . .... .... College ............ .... lXIeet Robert Taylor . . Stenographer ...... Artist ...... Undecided ....... Go To California . . College ........ Prep School . . . Teacher ...... lNIechan1c ............ .... Aeronautical Engineer I f'.s'1u1Ily Fo Il n 12' Leading an angel choir Talking about lN'Iickey .Aping Esquire Under the Ranch In people's hair lVheeling the kid In everybodyls heart In the rough Rolling the floors Looking for Bally Introducing that ilIissouri Cousin llianhandling VVarner Hunting for a tooth in a hay"tack Raving about that guy Behind a smile Under a strange coififure VVith Fish's Rough Riders Looking for stilts Under a blush In a blue and pensive mood Getting over Emmons, Ribbing Behind the eight ball Loving and learning and learning Scowling at women Sighing, mooning, dreaming In an Irish stew Learning the shim-sham Handling the dough Two-timing Ar any Grange Darce Being a gal-about-town Under a bottle of Wild-Rcmot Learning to cook spaghetti Pushing her nose up Yelling Behind a Pout Avoiding crowds Fighting off "Angina', Pectoris Counting his metals Not at home In a fix VVith Helen, the fair Looking for Robert Taylor Going to Towne ,Well up in the arts Asleep in Physics In his new Ford VVorrying about the Hlittle things YVise-cracking Truckin! Ducking movie contracts YVirh Gladys Thirty-one N anze Archie Longstreet ....... Andrew Gardner IVIacauley. War1'en lWacDonald ..... Anne IVIacDowell ....... Robert Osliourne lVIagee . . . Lillian Geraldine Masson . . lX'Iorton lNIegill ......... Emma Louisa lX"Iills ...... . Robert Field llloore ...... Doris lxlary lXIorton ...... Richard D. hIorton ..... NVilliam R. S. Newbury... Alden Nichols ........,.. hIary Kathryne Nixon .... Elsie Joanne Olsen ....... Oscar Olsen ....... . . . VVellington Pearce ....... Douglas Potter .......... Edythe Caldwell Preston . Leonard James Pyle ..... Ruth Inez Pyle .......... Laura E. Richardson ...... Daniel VVilliam Roberti . . Charles Albert Rogers .... Gerald John Russamanno . Irene Elsie Senior ........ Helen Shibla ........... Audrey Smith ............ George Edward Smith John Treherne Smith .... Frances Jane Spencer .... Florence Clarice Steiner .. Eleanor Joan Stires ...... VVarren Seamen Stutts, . Hilding Swensson ....... Fred Armstrong Taylor . . lVIariorV Thomas ........ Earle Thompson ........ Lewis Edwards Thompson .. Phillip Bione Towne ...... Clifford lN'Iorton Trial . . . Stanley Truax ........... Clark Tenbroeck VVarlick . . Vivian lNIae VVarner ..... Robert Earl VVilbert ..... Irene Gertrude Wiley .... Joseph V. N. VVIJIICTSECTQWT lVIelvin Joseph VVoods .... Albert Bennett VVoolley . . SENIOR MIRROR 14n.vu'ers to lVIr. Gotrocks Andy ...... lVIac ...... Ginnie . . . Fibber .... Lily . . . Farmer . . Nikki ...... Spaghetti! . . Two-gun . . . Dick ..... Ypoffy .... Nick . . . Nicki . . El ..... Ollie ..... VVhimpy . . . Doug .... Edie . . . Ifen .... Ruthie . La .... Dan ..... Chick .... Roddy .... Rinkie . Helen .... Smitty . . . Smitty . . . Smythe . . . Fran . . . Flo .... Boots .. Sonny .... Dewey . . . Fred . . . Tommie .. I-Iorsefly . . . Louie .. Phil . . . Tillie . . Bally . . . Clark .... Viv .... Red .... Renie .. Joe .. Mel . . . A1 ..... Barbara Elizabeth Worster..Bobs .... . Elinor Yeterian ......... . Thirty-two Rubinoff . . . FIl7J0l'ifF Expression If you know what I mean Deah! Deah! .......... Thanks, loads! ......... Honest? ...... Izza Muggin .... Really .......... Wait a minute . . . Oh! Gee! ..... VVhatsa mat? .... Oh golly gee! . You said it ........ Youlre drunk ....... lNIarvelous deduction . . . Don't get guliy . . . . Yes, I do .......... I didnlt mean it .... No ............ Gad! ......... Aw ho! .......... Bust my breeches . . . Yes, dear! ....... lVIellow ....... Hi-lVIaxie .. Look-out . . . Oh-me ! .... ls that true? . . Hi-Stuff . . . Donlt ....... Balls of Hre ....... .. Hi-dear .............. Want I should tell you? . I kiss a cripple cricket . . . Huh? ............... Rather ....... ..... No Stuff . . . Ya mean it! . ........ .. Tain't the way I heard it Allez a e enfer ........ Oh! Yeah! ......... Gol darn it anyhow . . Don't suppose so Hi! ............ . . . Hey Dot! ............ Got to get myself going . . Let's play hooky ........ No kidding! ........... Ain't it what I always said Aw nuts ............. Howls that ........... So peachy and stuff . . .. Whzit? VVho! ...... 1 Ilobby Opera . . . Sports ........., Dancing . . . Horse back riding . Klotor boats ..... Swimming . Big ...... Hiking . . . Sports . . Hiking . . . Driving . . . Dancing . . . Driving .. Anything .. Reading . . . Sailing . . . Stamps . . . Sailing .... lllaking faces IX'Iusic ..... Getting out of trouble ... , .. Dancing . . . Chemistry . Driving . . . Sleep .... lllusic .... Knitting . . . Reading . . . Airplanes .. Thinking up Swimming . VVorking .. Traveling . Flute tottin' Stamps .... lNIusic ..... XVater sports Piano ..... CXCUSCS Illusic ........... Getting in trouble . Flowers . . . Sports ..... Going to Boosl . . . Basketball ...... Golf ..... Riding . . . Football . . . Reading . . . lXIotors . . . Dancing . . . Reading . . SENIOR Future Dramatics . . Undecided . . . Electrician . . . Beautician . . Speed boats .. College ..... Farming .... Undecided .. College . . . Traveling . . Undecided .. College . . . College ..... Undecided .. Nurse ...... Navigation . . . Undecided .. Prep School . . Nurse ...... Prep School .. Housewife ..... Dress IXIaking .. MIRROR Northeastern University . . . Aviation ..... . . Private ........ Correspondent .. Stenographer . . . Stenographer . . . lvlachinist . . . Undecided . . . Nurse ...... Nurse ...... Undecided . . . College ..... Undecided . . . College . . . College . . . College ..... Undecided . . . Undecided . . Accountant . . Undecided . . Aviation ....... Secretary ..... . Diesel Engineer Undecided ..... Undecided ..... Prep School .... Internal combustion Engineer A trip to Java . . College ........ IISIIIINJ' lfounrl Fighting autograph hunters Kidding with Ruth With Virginia Behind a wheel Crashing parties Having a fine romance Behind a 54 seegar Behind a big smile Ribbing Black, the cowboy lllaking a Dey of it Behind the scales Commuting to Trenton Hollering at Doug Bickering Smiling at lllr. Scott In the office Singing In Henrietta Behind a "come-on" smile In Dr. Santangelols ofiice I-Iurrying to get there on time VVhere the music is hottest Taking the Knight out Ten blocks from the nearest book Mziking a pass at someone Being refreshingly naive On top of a horse Rear-guarding Betty With that Blonde Cleaning up the Ranch Down at the beach Eating Carolina lXIugwumps Flashing that ring Behind the flute In any treatise on dialectical illaterialism Looking for an excuse lYIaking a stately entrace VVearing his brothers, ties By himself At Doris's Being a swell guy In a scoring position Around Boos's neck Quarreling with Coop Behind a cigabutt Around that boy In the air Eluding that girl Looking for that tie Letting the world go by Fiddling around Tliirty-tlzrec SENIOR CLASS . TNIARJORY THOINIAS ...... President STANLEY TRUAX .... . . .Vice President EULALIA FREDRICKS . . . ....... Secretary JOSEPH EHRLENBACH . . ....... . . .Treasurer Advisers MRS. DOROTHY RANKIN MISS RIILDRED JULIUS MR. EDWARD EHRE MR. LEROY FISH MRS. MARTHA VVICKHANI Four yefars of numerous and varied functions sponsored by the Class of '37 under the friendly guidance of the able advisers, two of whom have left, Mrs. Irene Mauch because of illness and Miss Leda Karpinsky who went back to her home in Atlantic City, have come to the inevitable end. The Class of ,37 has been unusual in many ways. Scholastic honors were borne by Edna May Dixon, Florence Dixon, Ruth Knight, Charles Garrabrant, Earle Thompson, and Robert Moore. Victors in the Commercial field were Ruth Fowler, Vivian Warner, Ethel Cowell and Joseph Ehrlenbach. Musically, Edythe Preston, Ruth Knight, John Smith and Wellington Pierce, Vocally, and Elinor Yeterian, Eugene Cooper and Warren Stutts for orchestral activities deserve mention. Margaret Cox, Marjory Thomas, Edythe Preston and Archie Longstreet helped make Dramatics, a recognized feature of the many activities. Artistic exponents were Margaret Cox, Eleanor Holmes and lVIurvin Jones. Among the many contributors to Manasquan's athletic glory, Eulalia Fredericks, Eleanor Jackson and Vivian Warner were eminent among the girls. Leaders in all sports among the boys were Jack Hyde, Robert Clark, Hedley Anderson, Eugene Cooper, Robert Moore, Clyde Danskin, Joe La Vance, Melvin Woods, Joseph Wolf- ersberger, Phil Towne, Stanley Truax, Ray Lewis and Murvin Jones. In all social functions the class has been outstanding. The Junior play, "The Greedy Ones,', set a precedent of excellence which may well be followed by the under- classman. The Sophomore Hop and the Junior Prom were enthusiasticly received Social functions and the Washington Trip was the consummation of four years of work and play. We, of the Class of ,37, wish the best for all the undergraduates who will become lVIanasquan's future seniors. EDNA MAY DIXON, Historian Thirty-four THE WASHINGTON TRIP Nlarch 22, 23 and 24 were red-letter days in the lives of the Class of '37, for on these days the eagerly awaited XVashington trip was accomplished. The great abundance of money in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing impressed upon our minds the meagerness of our personal monetary supply. Our observations from the VVashington lVIonument were exceedingly satisfactory. The beauty of the tropical patio in the Pan-American Building was of interest to some while the National Academy of Science deeply interested others. The House of Representatives was in session when we visited thfc Capitol and several of the country's lawmakers were pointed out to us. The interesting collection of paintings, books and sketches in the Congressional Library, together with our visit to the perfect tribute to a great president, the Lincoln Illemorial formed a vvell-rounded evening. On Tuesday we first went to the beautiful National Cathedral and thence to another spot of spiritual beauty, the Franciscan blonastery. Our session at the Zoological Gardens will not be forgotten nor will the fine spirit amidst the serene beauty of lNIount Vernon or the trip through Alexandria, a small city abounding historical points of interest. The Arlington National Cemetery where the Amphitheatre and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier are situated would have been adequate reason for the trip. The Folger Shakespearian Library, the Freer Art Gallery, the Corcoran Art Gallery and the eagerly awaited Smithsonian Institute group were left all too soon. VVe were pleased to visit the VVhite House and particularly the rooms which we were especially permitted to see. Annapolis was the last place we visited. YVe enjoyed every minute there and wished we could have stayed longer. Everyone enjoyed the trip immensely and We shall always have nothing but the happiest memories of three happy days spent in VVashington. EDNA BIAY IJIXON Thirty-firm f Y , AUTOGRAPHS THE JUNIGR CLASS CHARLES HENEY ...........................,.... President VERNoN KING .... ...Vice President DONALD LEWIS ..... ....... S ecretary LERoY VVHITEHEAD ............................. Treasurer The Class of '38, under the supervision of Mrs. Grace Taylor, lVIiss Edith Brown, lVIr. Earl Strong, and Mr. Wilbur Landis, has taken a prominent part in all school activities. The junior social events have all been great successes. Doris Boos was social chairman. VVe started the year with a dance, then the parents gave us a card party. Later in the year the Juniors presented a variety show. Miss Brown coached the Jr. Play, "lVIeet the Duchess," presented April 9. Our last and grandest affair was the Junior Prom in May. lVIany of our students showed their scholastic ability by being on the first honor roll. Among them are: Carol Bowman, George Johnson, Ruth Wallace, Holger Nystom, and Mary Schneider. Members of our class were prominent in the Student Council, hall patrol, school paper, glee clubs, and other organizations. The following were outstanding athletes: Lillian Queen, lVIarion Osborn, Beatrice Stokes, Estelle Calkins, Nora Cassidy, Sally Chapin, Vernon King, Roy Henville, Walter Anderson, Melvin Moore, Charles Walter, and Alfred Wood. This Class of 1938 shows the kind of spirit that will develop into a capable senior class. MARY H. SCHNEIDER Tl1z'rfy-eight WHO'S WHO IN THE JUNIOR Lillian Queen Doris Boos . . . lVIarion Osborn Charles Heney ...... . Alice Jean Van Schoick lVIary Schneider ...... Eunice Rankin . Kathryn Allen . Tottie Collins . Carol Bowman .. Bea Stokes .... Ruth lVIorton . Edna Levine .. Ruth Thompson . Irene Leighton . Anna luuller . . Jane Newbury . . . Jeanette Whelan . Betty Lee VVilde . . . lVIatilda Grassdorf .. Nora Cassidy . . . . Anna lVIuller .. Estelle Calkins . Cora Richardson .... lllarguerite Newman . Jane Fiasconaro ..... Jane Tuzenue Betty Ruf .... Betty Germain . Cutest . Most Attractive . . . Best Athletes . . ,. Best all-around .... Most flfischievous Brightest Most Sophisticated .. . .. Most Musifal .... . . Biggest Flirts . . .. Most Studious .. .. Best Natured .... .. Class Gigglers .. ... Smallest .. Tallest BestDressed Most Aecommodating .... Frankest .. Most Bashful .... Most Independent .. Class Clowns .... . . Best Dancers Neatest .. Best Sports Qukttest Most Entertaining .. . . Most Talkatifve . . . . Most Surprising . Most Inquisitive . .. . Best fllixers . CLASS . . . Clarence Anderson . . . . . Donald Lewis . . . Aubrey Clark . . . Sally Chapin . . . . John Horne . . . . George Johnson . .. Clarence Anderson .. Russel Woodfield . . . . Charles Walters Ian Smith ,.... Vernon King . . . VVilliam Rutledge ...... . Bill Leahy Tom Donnelly . . . James Mount . . . Jack Okerson . . . . . Ray Johnson .. Leroy VVhitehead ....... Jack Leahy Bill Leahy . . . Clarence Anderson . . . . . James Mount . . . Alfred Wood Bill Carl . . . . Riel llloore . . . Roy Henville Joe Swain . . . Allen Osborn . . . Alfred VVood Thirty-nine SOPHOMORE CLASS CHARLES TRUAX ............... ....... ...... P r esidenl JACK MCCARTHY . . . . .Vice President RICHARD EMMONS .. . ...... Secretary JEAN HOSKINS ......... . .... ............... T reasurer The Sophomore Class under the guidance of Miss Leitch, lVIiss Mathiowetz, Miss Robinson and M-r. Davis, has conducted very successfully, all of the routine functions: consisting mainly of Parent-Teachers' meetings and annual class dances. ln scholastics and athletics the class has held its own and, in several cases members have distinguished themselves in various fields. There are four sophomore home rooms at present and each one contributed equally in activities of all kinds. lt is our hope that every member of the Sophomore Class will continue to develop along the lines of all curricular and extra-curricular activities until our full four years have been completed together. RICHARD EMMONS Foriy l WHO'S WHO IN THE SOPHOMORE CLASS Carol Sprague .. VVinnie lllills . . . Nancy Young . . . Doris Pierce .... Virginia Seeber . Betty Shaak .... Peggy Stokes . Lucille Anderson Alethea Stewart . Reba Holman . . . Gladys Robbins Shirley Thompson Barbara Coffman Lillian Buzzell . . Nlirian Sutton .. Kathrine Hughes Betty Shaak .... Elsie Vanderholl Jean Hoskins . .. Ruth Taylor . .. Betty Cook ...,. Dot VVilliams .. Leona Kravitz .. Beatrice Draycott Dot Disbrow . . . Doris Pierce .... lllarion Brisben . Ellen lllinier . . . Nancy Young .. Peggy Stokes . . . llarion Brisben Dorothy Disbrow . . flfost S1ll'f7l'l.VlHf1 . . .... Frerkles ... . . Laziesl . . . ,.... Class IIIIPS ,.... . . . Best Naf111'e1l . . . . . . Clznlferbox . . . . . fl'f0sl Alrflsiif . . . . . Biggest Blzqffw-s . .. Book Wf11'111s . . fllust .lnzbitious . . . . . lllost Original . . . Nr1isie.st . Nlflivlllffl' Winehell'J . . . . . . .lllosf R07IlflIIfiI7 . .. . . . . Best Dressed . . . . .... Goody-good ... . . . Best fill-rozznd . . . .... Best Athletes ... .. lllost f1Z'fl'fICfi'Z'l? .. .. . Smallesi .... . . Cutest flair . . ... Tallesf ... . . . . illlllflflll . . . ... Qzuzintest ... . . . lllost Digl1l'fl,EIl . . . . . . lllost Likeable . . . . . . lllost f177lllXi7lg . . . ... Quietest ... Best Pals U 'ell Rounded Sizulenls ,.. lflfflF.ff........ . . . . Dave Brown . . Frank Phillips Reginald Freestone Frank Hurley .. .lack lWcCarthy . . . . Carl Herbert . . NValter llorris Harold Thompson . Isaac Richardson . . . . .lack Holmes . . . . John VVooley . . . Louis VVhelan JackLegg ....... Joe Porto Jim VVolfersberger . James B. Bennett . . . Carleton Sacco . . . . Dave Brown -lim VV0lfersberger . . . Carleton Sacco . . James Robinson . . . . Ted VVilson Jack Legg .. Richard Artley . llilton Schnieder .. Jack lXIcCarthy . Walter Tuzenue . . . . . . Bob Lewis . . . . Fred llorton . Clarence Fishler . . . . Jack Gaskin .. Carl Herbert 1:0l'lj'-0110 FRE SHMAN CLASS JOAN WILSON .......................... ....... P resident RICHARD PETTIT . . . . .Vice President MARY BELL ...... ..... S ecretary KATHRYN PIERCE . . . . . . .Treasurer Hdfvisers MR. BISHOP A. OXENEORD MR. MATHEW L. CIRICOLO MISS M. MARGARET SMITH MR. STEPHEN J. PETROKUBI MR. RICHARD P. SCOTT Once more a Freshman class has started out hopefully on its journey through four years of high school. VVe have 130 pupils in our Class, among whom many have already begun to attain prominence in school activities. In athletics several Freshmen have shown talented interest. Harry Brevoort, Reuben Segull, John Tilton, and John Clark have taken successful parts in various sports. Several other athletes are very promising for the next year. The Freshman class has also been exceptionally well represented on the honor roll. The names of some of those appearing here rather frequently are: lwyra Stille, Camilla Eggiman, Helen Emmons, lVIarion Stille, Mary Bell, and Richard Pettit. As this material goes to press our big social affair, the Freshman Dance, has not yet taken place. However, all plans have already been made for the evening of April 23rd, and it promises to be one of the most successful affairs of the school year. VVC wish to thank the advisers for their patience in directing us during this first year of high school. It is hoped that the next three years will measure up to the standards We have set this Hrst year. MARY BELL Forty-two WHO'S WHO IN THE FRESHMAN CLASS Jean Irwin ....... Patricia VVhelan .. Klolly Fraily .. Frances Hogate .. Doris Haven .. hlary Bell .... Katherine Pierce . Frances Layton . . . Myfra Stille .... . Patricia Whelan .. Josephine Elmer .. Elise Crane . .. Helen Emmons .. Miary Bell ...... lllarion Jensen Agnes Loper .. Freida Fairfax . . . Katherine Blodis .. Rosiland Thompson Elise Crane ...... Frieda Fairfax . Joan Wilson ..... Audrey Gifford . . . Alice Spade ..... hlatilda Robke .. .. Best Loolcing .. fllost Sophislirated . Class Clowns . . fllost Liheable . .. The Cutest .. . Mos't Popular . .. Best Athlete .. fllost fllischiefuous . Zllost Studious . .. The Flirts .. . fllost Bashful . . . Best Dressed . . . Teacherfs Bets . . . Best Dancers . . .. Cutest Pair .. . . . Sweetest . . . . Illost Musical . Noisiest .... Quietest .... . Sheik if Sheba . . flffost Romantic . Best All-around . Most Friendly . . . Snzaflest . . , ... folliest .. . . . Robert Queen Jack hiorris ... . .. Paul Blane . James iXIcGreevy . . . Arthur Kaupe . . Harry Breevort .. Harry Breevort Jennings Beckwith . . . George Rogers . . Frank Newman . . . . George Naser . . . Irving Bennett .. Andrew Combs .. Fred Patterson . .. Robert Queen Robert Bennington .. Andrew Combs Robert Van Wort . Walter Holderer . . . Donald Richer ...... John Clark .. Edward Palmer .. Joseph Seudder Donald lXIcKelvey . Charles lliueller Forty-three Ar 11 1 f .1 I , v x!5 ' . 1 I J . u H fr 4 I V 1 ff w Mfr ,flzff ff? 1'4" 7 i I ' 9 f ,Q . L iffy V fu I, if I I V 'CXAJQT If AL .u . I , 1 a A AI --I QB- " fy - li I X iq!!! A.f E M' un I .Y 5' ,' If' X .' I 1' I , ml Q Ii FY ui ii .. I X 5 1 n W,g ,f may 217701107 ff! . , ,f UK fl ' 1 1 lfff T I i 1 f .fr f , ,- '0 j R ,,,w'f,f Vbk' I n V' 5 - 755 -lafwge, 4' Vi' THE ETGHTH GRADE CLASS A if' s 5 A I I l T CAROL TNTASON .... ' .4'.1..f-L--.' Ti . . ffx. '. . ...... Presldent Q ANNE CoI.I.INs . . .'1?.i'.'L .cm-. .- J . . 4 . .ll . . . .Vice Prexiflerrt N f 1- XHRGINIA RANDIJLPH, ..... . ..Secz-etary 1 by TDARCY SCUDDER . 4... .-L..'u.-4..:. .rfsn-x...LCl.: f ......... Trnzsurfr K ,. . . 1- . . . . 'Q -xx The eighth grade year IS always an exciting one 111 the history of the Nlanasquan 1 lxx Junior High School students for it means plans for graduation. Committees worked K lbik hard to prepare a program that would be one of pupil participation. ' .. , Field trips under the guidance of classroom teachers to such places as the Old i B Tennent Church, Freehold lXIuseum, and the Bell Telephone Company, proved profits 3' able to the group. The last large field trip was the class trip. One whole day was ' I . . , . 'I 'NU , given over to 'study and enjoyment on Wheelsf' ll- A ' J 1. Club activities stimulated much thought and activity this year. The hoys of the 'Q-I U KX . . grade engaged Ill sports under the ahle coaching of Mr. Scott. l Ax Social opportunities were offered to the class through means of a Christmas party, ' a tea for parents, and a class picnic. -x' The group is eagerly looking forward to senior high life and all thc many oppor- tunities lylanasquan High has to offer. , . V 45, VIRGINIA RANDOLPH .3 M I wfyfdgg-,.Ifr 7 K I m J 'Rig l i- Q Fm'z'y-fnzlr ,Q ,tx X . X x T .Vw li X 'NX X. ES If i W. WW - '74 f My ,7 f I l I l THE SEVENTH GRADE XVILLIAM RIOORE I. . . ..... I . . . .-. . .l'rI'si1lent VERA BIOORE ..... ..... 1 . . . .lyifff l,l'l'XiI1r?1IlL HlfLl2N HASIENIFUS .' . Il., .... ..... . . .Serretary VIRGINIA FRANKLIN . . .X .. A . ....f.Q. .. .. 7lI't'!lKlll'l'I' The first year in a new and larger school is always an interesting one, and some- times a little confusing especially during the first few weeks. It did not take long, however, for these students to become acquainted with their new friends and new environment and to become satisfied here. They have enjoyed the henefits of field trips, club activities. sports, and parties, and are now looking forward to the coming year in the eighth grade. HELEN HASIQNI-'Us qs' , " , 1. K n I N :,V, 1- L X9 E 1 Mi Q. 4' L Iforly'-fi'L'e I 4' v I 1, J J SJ 1. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ICDNA NIAY Dixon . . ...... PI't?.t'i1!J'!If E1.i5,xNoR JACKSON . . . .I'i.fw I'mvidrnr IQULix1.m I"RizDR1eKs . . .... Sf'v1'1'f11111' CHAR1.izs GARRAHRANT . ........ . . . 'I'rm.vurw- .dl 1lIz'1.s'1fr.i' IXIISS Cxrriearxia XVIRTH DR. TXIARION C. S,-xNT,xNoizr.o This year the Beta Omega Chapter of the National Honor Society of the second- ary schools of lIanasquan High School was formed. The purpose of this Chapter is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage development of character in pupils of lIanasquan High School. The following students who were elected to the Beta Omega Chapter are lXIary Clark, hlargaret Cook, lxlargaret Cox, Edna IXIQ15' Dixon, Florence Dixon, Joseph lihrlenbach, Ruth Fowler, Eulalia Fredericks, Charles Garrabrant, Helen Goddard, Eleanor Jackson, Alden Nichols, Daniel Roberts, VVarren Stutts, hlarjory Thomas, Vivian Yvarner, Seniors and Roy Henville, George Johnson, lXIelvin llioore, Irene Leighton, Beatrice Stokes, Juniors. The membership is based on scholarship, service, leadership and character. 1Iembership in this Chapter entitles one to wear the emblem adopted by the National Society. After graduation from high school, one retains the distinction of belonging to the Honor Society as a graduate member. ICDNA IXIAY QIJIXON, l,1'e.x'i11e1zt Forty-sin: ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Romam' CLARK .. ...... President Miziyix Mooaiz . . ...I'il'l' l'rv.vidm1f Jack RICCARTHY ............................... Swrerfzry llanasquan High School Athletic association functioned throughout the year in a very efhcient manner. Choosing ofhcers during the first few weeks, the various officers selected were, Rohert Clark, Presidentg Klelvin Nloore, Vice Presidentg and -lack KIcCarthy, Secretary. The first hig joh of the association was to distribute season tickets so as to get the athletic association functioning. In hetween the regular meetings, occasional play nights were held in the gym for the memhers. The final activity of the organization, wound up with the Sports Night presented hefore a crowd of approximately two hundred. The purpose of the athletic association is to help govern the athletic policy in the school, assisting in keeping the students informed as to athletic activities, dispensing of letters, helping to raise money, and to assist in scheduling of athletic contests. 1' urlwv-srzwz - 2 .J l. ff' 52 3 Q ' lil .ffl FOOTBALL LETTER NVINNERS STANLEY TRUAX JOHN KUl.I'INSKY ROBERT BOSSETT JACK HYDE VERNON KING ROY PIENVILLE ALFRED WOOD NVALTER ANDERSKJN EUGENE COOPER JAMES VVOLFERSBERGER LEONARD PYLE PHIL FFOVVNE CLYDE DANSKIN JOSEPH LAVANcE ROBERT MOORE KIELVIN VVOOIJ lQOBliRT CLARK JAIXIES BLACK RAYMOND LEWIS AUBREY CLARK RAYMOND JOHNSTON SCHEDULE fllzzrzuxqzuzzz 0 Mm neu is NI. H. S. ......... O... ...Linden .... ......I8 ll. H. S. .. .. S. .. .... At. Highlands .. .. 0 NI. H. S. .. .. 7... ..TOms River .. 6 HI. H. S. .. ...I2 .... .... N eptune .... .. O M. H. . .. O .... ...Blount Holly .... O lXl.H.S... ...lVlatawan.... ..O NI. H. S. . .. O ....... .... . .Lakewood ....... 25 lw. H. S. ......... 20 ........ ........ l Doint Pleasant ..... 0 Dropping the opening game to Linden, lVIanaSquan High School football team did an about face and rolled along on the crest of victory until Lakewood pushed them out Of the undefeated group in the Group II competition, as well as the same class in the Shore Conference. Starting slowly with green material the ySquan aggregation improved from week to week, and discounting the Lakewood defeat gained momentum as the season drew to a close. Victories over Atlantic Highlandsg Toms River, Neptune High School, played at night, a tie with lVIount Holly, and 37-O defeat of lVIatawan High School on Big Sea Day shows the strides of improvement exhihited hy the 'Squan eleven. A fitting climax to the Season ended with 'Squan defeating its perennial rival Point Pleasant, 2O-0 on Thanksgiving Day. On this occasion llflanasquan showed at its hest and out-played the Pointers in all phases of the game. Iiorly-viglif 1 BASKETBALL 1,ET'rER wixxeas Mizrvm VVoon lX'IEI.VlN Moonu RAvMoNn -Ioiixsox STANLEY 'IXRUAX Viztzxox Kixo Rov I-li5xyu.LE NVALTER ANm3RsoN josizmi LAVANCE jacia AICCARTHY C111xRi.Es XVAi.'rERs dfrlrlrlsqllrllz f1f7f70llt'IIfS Neptune ........ ... 2I . . . .. 20 Atlantic Highlavd- , . 2Q . . 27 Lakewood ...... . 1 6 . . 3 1 Point Pleasant . . . . 28 . . IS Allentown . . . . 53 . . 18 Freehold . . . . 36 . . I7 Red Bank .. . ZQ . . 26 Toms River . . . . 28 . . 12 Allentown ......... . 41 . . 23 Atlantic Highlands . . 26 . . 20 Neptune ........ . 16 . . 25 Point Pleasant .. . 22 . . 14 Red Bank .... . 48 . . IQ Freehold .... . 44 . . 35 Toms River . . . 26 . . 16 Lakewood ,.....,.....,.. 25 ..................... 28 lllanasquan High School opened its season against Neptune High School by defeating them by one point when Stanley 'llruax tossed in a basket during the last twenty seconds of play. As in football, a change in the style of play employed by Coach E. Griswold slowed the team down during the early part of the season. Double victories were gained over Point Pleasant, Allentown, Toms River and Freehold, while blanasquan was unable to cope with Atlantic Highlands, twice dropping the games by a margin of three points or less. Lakewood also proved a double winner, triumphing over lllanasquan in the last minute of play of the final game on a sensational one-handed shot by a Lakewood player. Games were also split with Neptune and Red Bank. l"01'ix'-11z'11i7 xx i L 5, X H 4, BASEBALL TEAM Ujwprnzwzt flI.Il.S. UNL Squan's Alumni .., .. 7 . . . . o Farragut Academy . . . 2 . . 1 Neptune .......... . 2 . . 4 Atlantic Highlands . . 8 . . . 11 Toms River ...... . 6 . . 3 Farragut Academy . . . 6 . . 3 Atlantic Highlands , . 5 . , 3 Point Pleasant .. . 14 . . 4 Toms River . . . 3 . . o Neptune Freehold Point Pleasant The llanasquan High School hafehall team started its season hy winning its first two games. They then met with some misfortune when Vernon King, star pitcher was taken ill, hfel YVood, broke his finger and Dave Brown and Robert Clark were also hurt. These injuries handicapped thc team considerably and they lost the next three games. However, when most of the casualties returned to action the team started to play winning hall and as this luck goes to bat they have run four straight, including two victories over Toms River, who were leading the shore conference and one over their old rival, Point Pleasant. Some of the stars of this team include Rov Henville sensational haclcstou, hlel I . n 1 1 V T w I VVood, hard hitting third sacker, 'KRabb1t'y Llarlc, speedy outfielder and Vernon King. star pitcher. Fifty BOXING O TRACK LETTER W1NNERs PHIL TOWNE ROBERT MOoRE YVARREN XVRIGHT AUBRIEY CLARK NIURVIN JONES LEONARD PYLE HEDLEY ANDERSON f3EQRGE SMITH CHARLES HENEY' Faced with the necessity of replacing several of last yearls graduates, lllanasquan High School Started track practice early in Nlarch. Reporting at that time, the veterans consisted of Phil Towne, shot putterg Hedley Anderson, sprint man: Joel Parker, distance many Robert llloore, high jumperg and Blurvin Jones, pole vaulter and high jumper. Considerable interest was manifested in the held events, and as the season opens, it promises of developing several field event competitors during the current season for next year. Track meets this season will include meets with Neptune, Toms River, Freehold. Point Pleasant, Red Bank, and competition at Newark, the Princeton lnterscholastic, and the State meet. fffflj'-illlg' l THE CHEERLEADERS Another year of athletics has gone down in the history of Blanasquan High School and with it, the record of a championship cheerleading squad. In Septemher eleven girls started working diligently to develope unity in their new cheers and formations, which were eagerly accepted lfy the student hody. Each girl had hut one goal in view-that was to inspire lVIanasquan's team to victory. The squads each year have greatly improved and this year was no exception, for under the supervision of llliss Anne VVallach and the leadership of Lolly Fredricks, more pep and enthusiasm was secured than in previous years, which helped to achieve for the girls the highest award ever received hy a hlanasquan squad-the Cheerlead- ing Championship of Group Two Schools awarded to them hy the Ashury Park Press. The girls have worked hard and faithfully-they have achieved their goal and have upheld the ideal that to he one of hlanasquanls cheerleaders is one of the highest honors a girl may achieve during her high school career. Those girls on this year's squad are: Captain Lolly Fredericks, Vivian XVarner, Eleanore Jackson, Barhara VVorster, Nora Cassidy, Beatrice Stokes, lllarion Usltorn, Estelle Calkins, Lillian Queen, Jane Fiasconaro, and Elsie Vanderhoef. I lfifly-lrcv GIRLS' VARSITY The girls, basketball squad of Nlanasquan High School played only one game this year with St. Rose High School. The game with St. Rose was won by Squan girls hy a score of 26-14. Basketball for girls is being discontinued by the high schools of our state and Klanasquan will he among those schools next year. ln place of a varsity squad the State advocates play days because a larger majority of girls play in their games. The members of the squad this year were lllarion Osborn, Lolly Fredricks, Vivian lVarner, Sally Chapin, Estelle Calkins, Helen Shibla, Lillian Queen, Beatrice Stokes, Ruth Thompson, Ruth Pyle, Rluriel Bennington, Betty Shaak, Jean Hoskins, Doris Pearce, Elsie Vanclerhoef, Nlarion Brisben, and Dorothy Osborn. hlarion Usborn was Captain, Barbara VVorster, hfanager, ancl Florence Dixon, Assistant hlanager. The team was coached by Bliss Anne VVallach. lfifty-lhrec CITIZENS' GOVERNMENT S'1'AN1.EY 'TRUAX . ....... Prfxiflenf XJIVIAN VVARN ER . . . . .Vifr I,7'f'A'i!lf'77f Es1'15I.Ll3 C,xi,KiNs . . . ...... Sew-vfary CH.ARI.IES G.ARRAliR.fXNT . . . . .,lvl'I'!lXllI'l'I' The Nlanasquan High School Citizens' Government successfully closed the past school year with several outstanding events to its credit. Under the able leadershiu of its official hodv a hlerit Svstein was introduced. I . v . F tis svs em enau es a acateinic xvor anc ex ra-curricu a acivi ies o e Fl D r ll ll 1 k 1 r 1 t r r b acknowledged. The admittance of the Hlanasquan High School as a ineinher of the National Honor Society culminated two year's work hy the Student Government organization. A method, wherehv funds may he raised annually for this association, was inaugur- ated this year. A charter fee for all cluhs will constitute the main source of revenue. YVe, members of the llanasquan High School Citizens' Government, feel that our school may attain great ends hecause of the cooperation of all through this association. fifty-fozzr' , . wear 2 .Mm -- I ,ll ll I 7 K' 'Iv . gf ss, wi 1, 8 gy Q z. f,Y"1'z..' ,,,,M'. W , 9 f, . 5 G 7 ' l ASSEMBLY The assemhly programs this year were once again under the supervision of the assembly Council and faculty advisors. The programs for the most part consisted of student programs and occasionally an outside speaker. Supplementary features included many educational pictures and illustrated lectures. The home rooms were active in participating. The outstanding programs of the year were the Big Sea Dayg athletic exhibitions from lllr. Griswald's gym classesg dance routines under hliss YVallach's supervision and hlrs. Rankinls Cantata. The dramatic cluh supplemented the programs by occasional presentations. hir. Phoenix led the orchestra for each assembly. ii al 4 1 ...H l in CAFETERIA Uncler the supervision of lllrs. Trezinor the cafeteria has hecoine Il most importzint fzictor in the school's social life. hlziny lasting friendships are created through the conviviality that is pzirt of the noon lunch period. The excellence amd quality of the food are made possible hy the splendid coopera- tion of the cafeteria staff and the students. CITIZE NS' COURT V l Ei.ic,xNoR jaeiqsox . . . . . .JIIIZUK l:I,0RfiNCE IJIXUN ...... .... C lvrlc M.fxi1GL'nRiTi2 Niawxmx . . , .Riw,r1lw- Rrvxvxioxn .loHNS'roN . . .Sliwriff lla. CDXIQNFORD ....... . . .. . .. .jzleiser The llanasquan High School Citizen's Court is organized for the purpose of dealing with trafhc violations, ahuse of property and cases dealing with misconduct in the corridors. Regular sessions are held on the second and fourth Klondays of each month. Any person receiving a summons. issued hy patrolman and teachers, appears hefore the court. Procedure is like that of our district courts. A session is called to order hy our juclgeg followed hy the roll call of the jurors and the Recorder's report of the previous session's activity. 'llhe clerk then reports on the next case on the calendar. The defendant is asked to state his case, questions and testimony ensuing. The jury convenes to weigh the evidence, announce decision, and if guilty, the penalty. The judge then pronounces sentence and dismisses case. 'lihe Court journeyed to New York to attend a session of a New York Felony Court, complaints are hrought to this court. 'lille cases heard prox ed interesting to us. Klemhers of the Court are: Seniors: Eleanore jackson, Florence Dixon, -lames Black, hlary Clark, Florence Steiner: juniors: Lillian Queen, lklarion Oshorn, llarguerite Newman. Raymond Johnstong Sophomores: Klilton Schneider, Norman Brown: Freshmen: lilise Crane, Patricia XVhelang Eighth Grade: lklarshall Brown: Seventh Grade: -lolin Camphell. Fi.oRifNci2 Dixos, Clwrk Fifty-firm' THE TREASURE CHEST Staff ETHEL M. COWELL . ..... ...Editor-in-Clzief EDNA MAY DIXON .. . . .dsxoriate Editor ARCHIE LONOSTREET .. Literary Editor ELEANOR HOLMES . . ........ Illustrations JACK HYDE .......,. . flflwrtising Solirifors JOHN KESSLER fl 1l1'i.vf'1'.v EIR. EDWARD EHRE MRS. TNIARTHA XVICKHANI MR. LEROY FISH MRS. DOROTHY RANKIN Miss EIILDRED JULIUS This year, as every year the Seniors edited the year hook, Mfhe Treasure Chestfl which embodies all those things which are cherished throughout our high school career. Not only are the activities of the Senior Class described therein, but also those of the underclassmen. ' All the memhers of the Class of l37 were employed in the formation of this year hook. Editor-in-Chief, Ethel Cowell, Associate Editor, Edna hlay Dixon, together with Jack Hyde, John Kessler, Eleanor Holmes, Florence Dixon, James Black, Harry Long, and Archie Longstreet contrihuted many hours of work toward the completion of this unit. llflr. Ehreys and llflr. Fish's leadership and guidance as well as llliss Juliusls, hflrs. XViclcham's and hlrs. Rankin's aid were indespensihle to its success. VVe appreciate also the cooperation of many pupils of the student hody for their contrihution to this hook, an offering of good wishes to the underclassmen from the Seniors. EDNA MAY DIXON, ,4.i-snriate Editor lfiffy-.ri.1' DRAMATIC CLUB Maajoav Tnoxus ............. ...... I 'rffsidfnf EIJYTHE PRizsToN .. ..... life President Josavnlxs COLLINS . ..Si'.vrwrary-Trwzmrwe MR. EDWARD Emma .... . . . , . .......... ,lilwixrr The activities of the Dramatic Club have been numerous and distinctive this year. Opportunity was afforded the members to display their talents by the presentation of three one-act plays sponsored by the club for the benefit of the Seniorsg an original sketch by a member, Archie Longstreet, concerning the traditional celebration Big Sea Day, and a sketch night which furnished entertainment during the night-school session. Three seniors. of definitely established reputation for acting ability. lllarjory rllhomas, Earle Thompson and Archie Longstreet, took part in the Exchange Assembly program at Toms River in the play, Wllhe Boorf' by Chehkoy. Nlany of the list members of the Dramatic Club participated in the annual Senior and Junior plays. They were Edythe Preston, llargaret Cox, VVarren Stutts, Eddie Emmons, Hedley Anderson, Eugene Cooper. Enthusiasm on the part of the members was evoked by the quality of the plays and the efhcient organization of the Club itself. EDNA NIAY Uixorv Fifty-set'cu "THE PATSY" fllrs. Hnrrinytozz .. ..... RIARCARITT Cox 1111: llarringfou . . . . . Akcnuf LoNosTR1zET Grace HIlI'I'i7lgf!lH . . . . AIAR-IORY THOMAS Pllf1'it'll1 lIHI'I'ilIgf0Il .. .. EIJYTHE PRESTON Billy Calf!-tw!! ..... . . Eowtxko Exixloxs Tony IIIIIIFIXVOII .. .. EUGENE COOPER Sadie Iizzvlmnazi .. .,.. ELEANOR Lxexsox fllr. fjifllllllfffj' ., .. CH,xR1.r2s f3ARRAHRAN'I' Trip Busfy ..... . . . . . . H IEDLEY ANDERSON The people are characteristic Americans, in any small VVestern town. lllr. Har- rington is the average hreadwinner of the average family. lX'Irs. Harrington is typical of those housewives who have social aspirations. The eldest claughter, Grace, is also a social climber. Patsy, who is sweet, gains her affectations with the help of a hook on personality. Complications set in when Patsy attempts to help Tony Cwhom she lovesl regain the affection of Grace Qwho is engaged to the wealthy Billy Caldwelll. Tony in return helps Patsy get her nian, little suspecting that he is the victim. The ending is satisfactory because Patsy and Tony hecoine engaged and Grace makes up her niintl that she really loves Billy. EDNA AIAY Dlxox Fifty-riylzf MEET THE DUCHESS Dixie, fl eolored maid ............ . . EUNICE RANKIN Joy .lIl711lI1I'j',f-U7'll1FI'fj' of zfzlllzletiillf' . . ,..... DORIS Boos Gaylord Grzmf, a fragediml ALLEN CUSBORNE flfrs. flfugglex, N10flIt'l' of ...... . . BETTY LEE XVILDE Kezcjwie fkfuggles, fl ehild prodiyy .. Gfkll. LANSING Zlelrs. Plop, the landlady ......... . JANE Newiztkv Elxie Iilalce, of Ilogzeash, Iowa ..........,... RUTH RIORTON Ronnie W'r1r1l, an uriezzzploywl Press dgeni .... CHARLES VVALTIER E1'IlSllI1lS U. IJilIA'lIlUl'f', I1 f7l'!lf'f'.VXOI' ........ . . . EDXVARD Coxnas Sam Sfrmfel, Pwxidezzi of Lfilfllfhllll Fflllla' ..... CH,bXRI.ES HENEY flflary Szuaymf, who used fo be ll star .......... JANE rllUZENEU " llleet the Duchess," a three-act comedy was presented by the junior class in the auditorium on Friday evening, April 9. The action took place in lllrs. Plop's Exclusive, Refined, Professional Hollywood Boarding House. Among the characters were lblrs. Plop, a typical, frugal landlady who has to watch every penny, played by Jane Newbury, Gaylord Grant, played by Allen Osborn, who was always on the verge of signing a most important movie con- tractg Joy January, played by Doris lfoos, a wise-cracking ex-vaudevilliang lblrs. lluggles, Betty Lee VVildeg her temperamental child Kewpie, Gail Lansing, Dixie, the maid who was sure she was one of America's greatest colored dramatic actresses and longing for a chance to prove it, Eunice Ranking llflary Swayne, once a famous star, Jane 'lluzeneug and Erasmus l. Dinsmore, a Harvard professor with a passion for the movies, Eddie Combs. As the comedy opened, Elsie Blake, played by Ruth lhlorton, arrived in Hollywood to seek fame and fortune, via a popularity contest won in her native Hogwash, lowa. 'llhe plot revolved about the romance between her and Ronnie Wlard, an employed press agent, played by Charles VValter. Fifty-:zinc "M" CLUB ELEANOR JACKSON . . .... ........ ...... P 1 -esidrnt BARBARA XVoRsTER .. ...... Wife President MARION OSBORN ...... .. Secreiary-Treasurer Bliss ANNE NVALLACH ............................. Adviser The "lvl" Club with an enrollment of eighty-two girls conducted its bi-weekly meetings with great success this year. Among the activities engaged in were: basketball, baseball, soccer, volley ball, swimming and hiking. These sports were prominent in their respective seasons. The Club was divided into four groups, the Blue team, captained by Barbara Wcmrster, the Yellow team with Vivian Warner as captain, the White team headed by Eleanore Jackson, captain, and the Red team, Lolly Fredriclcs, captain. The teams compete and the results of these competitions are the basis by which the club members gain their " points." Six girls this year received chenille letters because of their high ranking. Lolly Fredriclcs, Eleanore Jackson, Vivian VVarner, Barbara Worster, lvlarion Osborn and Beatrice Stokes have worked successfully for these. Among other activities, one very prominent during the winter season was the accomplishment of play days. These were held with Point Pleasant, Asbury Park, Freehold and Neptune. The spirit prevailing among the members this year was one of sportsmanship that has never before been attained. 5' lil' fy THE COMMUTERS' CLUB ANolz1,rNiz fd.-XRDELLA . ..... Pravidwzf EMMA BIILLS ...... ..... I 'ice I'rri-idwzf ELLEN BRANDT ...... .. S4'cl'f'f111'y-Trffrlsllrer Miss ANNE NV,x1,i,AcH .................... Ifaviflty ,J1l1'i.mf- The Commuters' Club, which meets twice a month, is a sports club that was organized for the convenience of the girls who are unable to remain after school. All girls with the exception of those registered in the UNI" Club, are eligible for active membership. The purpose of the club is to practice high ideals of sportsmanship and develop healthy bodies through participation in sports and games. Credits are given for membership on the executive council, perfect attendance, membership on a winning team, sportsmanship, and cooperation. The girl earning the highest number of points receives a varsity letter, and the next four members earn ' ' if Y Y, miniature RI s. The members of the club are Lillian Buzzell, Angeline Gardella, Ellen Brandt, hlargaret Gifford, lllatilda Grasdorf, hlyrtle Hagerman, Alma lvans, lllatilda Jacobs, Emma lllills, VVinnie hlills, Ruth Klorton, Doris hlorton, lllary Nixon, Gladys Robbins, Dorothy Robbins, Eleanor Stires, Eva Sylvester, Emily Volek, Virginia VVilhelm, lllargaret Lewis, Pearl Harvey. and hlarie Gallagher. AANGIZLINE C3rARDEI.l.A Sixty-ofzv GIRLS' GLEE CLUB EDYTHE PRESTON ....... .... . . , ....... ...... P rexidenf EL'i,ALt,x FREDRICKS . . ..... Vin, P1'EXiIll'1lf ESTELLIQ CALKINS ........ . . .Sncrffmry-Trwmu-rr MRS DOROTHY L. RANKIN . . . . ........... Jdziixw' This year the Girls' Glee Club achieved an unusually large membership, every class being well represented. During the first semester members participated in both the Christmas Cantata, given on the night of December 21, 1936, and the Christmas caroling. Throughout the remainder Of the year activity was Centered about an operette, " Tune Inf, given lXIarch I8 and IQ. After Spring vacation preparation for the Baccalaureate Services and the Commencement Exercises occupied the members. The repertoir in part consisted of "Sundown,,' an Irish air, "The Sleighl' by Kounty, H The Indian Cradle Songl' by h'IattheWs, l,eoni's H Tally-hof' Kreisler's H Cradle Song " and " VVhere lNIy Caravan Has Restedf' by Lohr. FLORENCE DIXON 5'i,1i-fy-fm MIXED CHORUS .Ions T. SMITH .... . . . . . .Pr1'.vi1lf'1zt XVEI,I,lNG'I'0N l,Ii,fXRC'li . ...... Vin' l'rfzvi1lf'11t HEl.EN clODDARlD . . . . . . ..... Sf'rr1'f1zry-Tr4'r1.v111'r'r The mixed chorus of one hundred voices completed a very full year of successful activity under the able and competent direction of Mrs. Dorothy Rankin. The caroling in the school corridors and the annual Christmas Cantata met with unusual favor. This year the Cantata was the unusual and strangely melodious " Christ ls Born," by Clokey. The Girls' and Boys' Glee Clubs joined with the Klixed Chorus to present the highly successful and tunetul operetta. "Tune ln," by lion Xxlllfillll and lfdward Bradley. The principle characters of this offering, which had to do with the various complications of a radio station when the existence of hen-pecked sponser and his batty wife, were portrayed James Blount. Blarjory Thomas, Charles Heney, lfstelle Longstreet, James Black, -lohn VVoolley, Alden Nichols, and Anne Collins. and June Conover. lllanasquan High School was represented in the Knight, john 'l'reherne Smith, G. XVellington Pearce, annual convention in Atlantic City. the plant depended upon a capably by lfdythe Preston. Calkins, john Smith, Archie Hedley Anderson. Josephine All-State Chorus by Ruth and James Blount, at their The Xlixed Chorus last lifted its voice in song at the liaccalaureate Service and finally at the Commencement lixercises, bringing a memorable year to a glorious close. Aaeniu I,oxos'rRE l1T Si.1'ly'-lliwi' l l BOYS' GLEE CLUB JAMES Bloom' . ....... ....... .. .. ...... I ' 1 'l'Sili!?7If CHARLES Hizxizv .. 4 ,.... Vin' ljI'l'.l'iI11'IIf DOL'GI,AS POTTER . . . . . . . .Sl'l'l'l'fIll'.1'-,lll'l'!I.YIlI'f'I' The Boys' Glee Cluh, organized at the heginning of the year, has spent many delightful Sessions Singing for their own eclification. A quartet from this group sang at the Junior Variety Show. The offerings were H All Day on the Prarief' and H Alma lllaterfl The artists heing John T. Smith, first tenorg G. VVellington Pearce, second tenor, Charles VValters, baritone, Fred Taylor, hass. The already extenfiye repetoire was augmented hy the following selections. " Eight Bellsfl XVinsloWg U Steal Awayfl Jeromeg H All Day on the Prariefl Guion, Riefferg "VVho Did ?'y, Smith' anal H Home on the Ran few Guion, Riegger. 5-l-. y 53 : The Boys' Glee Cluh joined with the other Glee Cluhs to present the operetta K' Tune In H on lllarch 18 and 19. They also assisted in the Baccalaureate Service, the annual Christmas Cantata and Commencement Exercises. ARCITI If IJUNGSTREET .S'i.rIxv-foul' THE ORCHESTRA EUGENE Coo1'ER . . .................... Presidwzl ELINOR YETERIAN . . . . .l'iz'4' Presirlezzf and Svfrefzlry JANE 'TTUZENIEU .. .................. Lilfrarian TXIELVIN ARTLEY . . . .Conner-i flleisfer EIR. PHOENIX ... ... . ........ ...... C fllllfllfflll' The orchestra under the able direction of lllr. Phoenix has played at all regular assemblies and at all Junior and Senior plays given. It also accompanied the operetta " Tune ln " and gave a concert as their part in the operetta program. The selections played during the year were A' Poet and Peasant Overture " by Von Supeg llflinuet from " Don Juan " by lllozartg U llarch lllilitair " by Schuhertg U VValtz in An by Brahmsg " Unfinished Symphony H by Schubertg H Liehestrumu lay Lisztg " Springtimefy Waltz, " Ballet music from Rosemundl' by Rossini and " The Hungarian Dances 7 and 8 'Y by Brahms. The violinist are: Leonora NVooley, Louise Thompson, Alice Gunther, Elinor Yeterian, lllelvin Artley, Harold Thompson, Eugene Cooper, lvlilton Schneider, Edward Combsg Trumpets, Alice Jean Van Schoiclc, Joseph Swain, Russell VVoodfieldg Drums, Roberta l-lolsartg Flute, VVarren Stutts, Pianist, Jane Tuzeneu, Eunice Rankin and Andrew Combs. The orchestra has endeavored to interest students in good music so that they may understand and appreciate the work of the great masters. ,ELIN OR Y ET ERIAN Silrly-five MANASQUAN HIGH SCHOOL BAND RUSSELL WociDFIELp . . , ...... President ROBERT VVoRTH1NoToN .. ...... Vive P1-ifyidfzzt -TOSEPH SIMEONE ..... .... S fcretary-Treasurrr XVi21.1,lNoToN PEARCE ...... . . .Stiulmt Dinfirtnr RIR. RIATHEVV L. CIRICOLO .............,..... Band Dia-error This year, for the first time in the history of the School, lllanasquan has been represented by a high school band. For a number of years an effort has been made to organize a school band, but until this year all efforts were in vain. Starting with a very small group of six individuals, the band has grown very rapidly in membership. At the present the organization consists of approximately thirty members and is still increasing. Opportunity is granted to any Student who is interested to become a member of this organization. Under the supervision of lWr. lVIathew L. Ciricolo, organizer and director of the band, instrumental instruction is given during school hours. In several cases the instruments are provided by the school. VVearing uniforms consisting of blue Sweaters, white pants, and blue caps, the band has played at several of the athletic affairs of the school, and played a major part in the success of Big Sea Day. lwost successful in its first year of existence, the band hopes to continue adding to the school spirit and enthusiasm of Nlanasquan High School affairs. JOSEPH SIMEON15 .bli.l'1Lj'-A'i.1' THE GIRL RESERVES BEATRICE DRAveoTT ...... . ....A. ............. I JI'l'A'iIlf'IIf AALICE LARSEN ..... . . .1'i,4.-ff Pnzviflwzt BARBARA CorrA1AN . ..... Sew-wnzry ARI.I2Nli lxII'1'CHliI.I, . . i .Tl-wa-zzrer BEATRICE N. Lifircu . . . ..... .... ..... . . ..Al1lz'im' Ietfllfllilly fou'ar1l llle lliglzexf, Ifrnmr, TI'llf,I IllIKlB?Ill1f-1', To ffm! IIIIII gift' ilu' bexf in life, The 'zcwrld newly 115. NVe of 1936-37 have tried to fulfill this part of the Girl Reserve Song. Our Blue Triangle symholizes to us development in Spirit, Knowledge and Health and these have served to lead us in our discussion groups. VVe have had several interesting meetings, the most outstanding of which were the Christmas program when we traced the history of the Day and of the Christmas Carolsg and the meeting at which Klrs. Erickson spoke to us of her soeial service work along the water front of New York. The spirit of Christmas was spread ahroad when we sent six hoxes of Clothing and toys to Caney Creek to help cheer some of the folks thereg and in our Red Cross activity when we sent two hoxes of toys aeross the ocean. Can we forget the joy that was brought to the Kiddies in the hospital with our twenty scrap hooks? The high spot of our year was the inspirational llother and Daughter Banquet, and who of us will forget our weekend at camp? BARBARA Co1fFMAN Si.L'ly-.vet,'w1 HI-Y ll'IORTON lVIIEGILL .. ...... l're.vi1lent JACK KJKERSON . . .......... Vin' lJl'l'.YillflII' ALLEN f,SI3ORNE .. . ..CUl'l'l'5f7fJIIIlfI1y Sevrfmry FRED ,TAYLOR .... ..., R fvnrdizly SI'fI't'l!H',l' VVALTER ANDERSON . . . . ......... 7l1'l'IlSlll'l'I' fl 11 wisffrx GEORGE CEREGORY, -IR. Bisuov A. f,XENFORD The lllanasquan Hi-Y Club has had a year of many and diversified activities. The oflicers for the year were installed on November 4. The ceremonial initiation for new members on November 18, with the Held initiation on November 25. Some of the year's activities included, the attendance of four of our members at the Older Boys' Conference at Collingswood and their report to the group, three speakers on vocations, giving of four baskets to the needy at Christmas, motion pictures, discussions of life problems, visitations to other groups, receiving visiting groups, a series of winter basketball games, a scavanger hunt, evening baseball, a weekend at Camp Ockanickon, and our farewell party. We must not forget the most successful father and son dinner held in lvlarch at which our Secretary, Allen Osborne, served most ably as master of ceremonies. The members are: Joe Swain, hlorton llegill, VVilliam lllorris, Jack Ukerson, Carl Herbert, Allen Usborne, Charles Walters, VValter Anderson, Alfred Booth, -lack Legg, John Coryell, Eugene Cooper, Ernest La Vance, Morgaii VVynkoop, lan Smith, Clifford Trail, Fred Taylor, and Frank Hurley. .S'i.rty-fight , W THE AVIATION CLUB CLAUD PANZ .... ........ I Jrrdvizlezzt GEORGE JOHNSON . . . . .Virf President PAUL NUTT ..... ....... S t'l'l'f'f!H'j' XV1I,1.I,xA1 lYIZ.-XFIE .... Tnwszmfr DIR. RICHARD SCOTT . .. .............. ........... . Jflziixw- The Aviation Club enjoyed its usual popularity this year. Among its various aetivities the Club held a contest with the Aviation Club of Neptune High School. The object of the contest was to determine who had the best flying model airplanes. The display ranged from an eight-foot plane to small ones. Un Klareh f, the Club took a tri to Newark Air wort, Where the members saw 4 P l the plane in which Howard Hughes established his new transcontinental reeord. The members of the Aviation Club were: H. Anderson, S. Applegate, R. Benning- ton, R. Borden, H. Breevoort, C. Cadmus, E. Doe, G. Derr, D. Eastman, S. Franklin, C. Frazee, J. Gifford, E. Heyniger, H. Hoffman, G. Johnson, E. Kiefer, S. hlartin, E. Lavanee, B. Legg, C. llliller, C. Nlueller, VV. llloon, R. Klorris, D. lllyer, D. fXICKelvey, lXlCGreevy, B. lXIcGreevy, G. Naser, VV, Nealie, F. Newman, C. Panz, Patterson. P. Nutt, G. Pepper, U. Pettit, D. Risher, C. Robinson, C. Stout, l. Smith. B. Voorhees, Bennett, J. Blau, C. blereer, G. Shret, H. Thomson, S. Volek, F. YVilson, YV. NVise. A. Young. S'i.rty-nine SCIENCE CLUB IDANIEL Ro1aERTs ...................... ....... I ,resident Ro12ERT NIAGIZIE . . . . .Vive Presidivnz BEATRICE STOKES ........ ...... S ecrclary MR. STEPHEN PIZTROCUBI .... ..................... A dwixffr The Science Club is an organization composed of high school students whose objective is to stimulate an active interest in the field of science. ln this endeavor the club has been very successful since each of the members has contributed something, either a demonstration or a report. These included such subjects as elements, air pressure, radio, acid action and electricity. This was the fourth year in the history of the club, and each year finds it a more diversified and stimulating group. Among the many scientific problems which were discussed, evolution was of particular interest. During the past year the club has taken several trips. They have visited the naval station on lVIanasquan Beach and there the method of finding ships at sea was shown. A trip to New York was one of the proposed projects. The places the club would visit included Radio City, the News Buildings, the Hayden Planatarium and the Queen lllarv. Next year the club hopes to obtain several prominent speakers in the field of science. BEA'1'R1eE S'roKEs .SiL'I,'L'Ilfj' JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB Ro1zl2RT,x HL'1rs,uz'r .................. ..,... ...,. I ' rtqviflezzf Ii,xRol,n l',wNToN .. ..... liirrf l,l't'.YiI!4'Ilf TNI.-XRY VANnERHovi2N ..... . .5fi'rnz'f.'1'y-'l'rmx11rw- Miss M. TNI.-XRG.-XRET SMITH . . . .......... Jflfziixm' The -Iunior Science Cluh meets twice a month during the cluh period. Some of the memhers have done extensive scientific reading, while others have made airplane models and puppets. All have learned to send. receive, and decipher code messages. The menihers have used a telegraph key for actual practice, and have laid a good foundation for serious radio study at a later date. The various activities of the eluh have hroadened the menihers' experience in the changing world ahout us. They have developed an appreciation of the values of science. The eluh has encouraged any speeial hohhies in vvlueli the individual members were interested, and, in this manner a foundation was laid for future work in the fields of aviation, radio, and research. ' i TXIARY Y,xNlmr2aiiov'ifN SF'?'f'IIlj'-:HIP JUNIOR FRENCH CLUB CEWENDOLYN HALL . . . P1-ifxidenf XV1I.I.1,n1 PAYNTON . . . f. . . . . M .... ....... if .Viac President -TUNE Coxovifa . . . . . . ..... Sifrrvmry ELVIRA RAFFETTO .......... . . . Trffaslzrer Bliss RI. lXI,xRoARET SMITH ................. ...... 1 Jffafim- The Junior French Club was organized in September, 1935. This innovation proved so successful and popular that its activities increased this year. The club meets after school once a week. The members have enjoyed many parties, swims, French games, French songs, and have practiced French conversation. A French environment has been created through exhibits, and a good foundation has been laid to make advanced French a pleasure. Through the Junior French Club, the members have acquired a broadened culture and a knowledge of French customs. They have enjoyed learning something of lasting use, and have developed a firm interest in the French language and its songs, games, books, and other forms of culture. VVe feel that lVIanasquan High School is fortunate in having the opportunity to begin the study of French so early, and under the guidance of a qualified and experienced French teacher. J cxiz Coxovlilz 1 n 1 1 . x x ,Severity-two , ,xx N ' . X 7 , K COOKING CLUB AGATHA DEY . . ...... President ELLA COOKE . . . . .Vice President ETH EL COWELI, .. ...... Serrelrzry ETHEL HARDW'ICK . . . . .......... ..... T refisurer The object of the club is to encourage " right living." The members learn how to plan, prepare and serve wholesome, palatable and attractive luncheons at a low cost and with a minimum expenditure of time and effort. During the first half of the year two luncheons were held, a Thanksgiving and a Christmas luncheon. During the last half of the year the club members were divided into groups of two, each group prepared and served a luncheon to the club. The luncheons that were held were: An Italian luncheon, a Valentine's luncheon, a St. Patrick's luncheon and a Hawaiian luncheon. The members of the club were: Hilda Allen, Ella Cooke, Jeanette Corwin, Ethel Cowell, Agatha Dey, Ethel Hardwich, Mable lvlathews, Fay lllazurette, Pearl Reynolds, and Betty Ruf. lVIrs. VVickham is the presiding advisor. This club, which has been very active in the past, plans to extend its work next year. ETH EL COXYELL Seventy-three KNIT 'N' PURL CLUB JANE FI.-XSCONARO .... ,. ......... ............ I JI'l'Sflll'I1f IJURIS PIERCE ..... ..... I 'ice Preyizlmf NlZI.LIl2 ADCOCK ........ . .Sf"1'l'z"'f!lI'-l'-7ll'l'IlSllI'f?l' Miss IJOROTHY ROBINSON .......................... fI1ji','f.Yf'l' ln accord with the general popular trend, the Knit 'n' Purl Club, a new organiza- tion, was formed under the direction of Bliss Dorothy Robinson. The purpose ot this club is to teach beginners how to knit. The club meets on the second and fourth llonday of each month during the activities period. llfleetings are mostly informal and after a brief business meeting the members continue to Work on their Scotty hats, skirts, scarves, bags or sweaters as the case may be. This year the membership of the club was limited to thirty-live girls, and since all members are beginners, this policy will probably be continued. All members have taken active interest in the work and the club plans to extend its activities during the coming year. NELL1 E Aocoeic Sczwzty-fum' ' 1 7 :iii AUTO DRIVERS' CLUB JOHN KESSLERQ ........ ...... I 'resident YVARREN RTACDONALD .. ...... lfire President RUTH PYLE ............. . . .Sefrefary-Trezzsllrer MR. lxl.-XTHEW' L. CIRICOLO ......................... .lzlwiser The main objective of the lllanasquan High School Auto Drivers' Club is to promote good driving and to encourage students to become good, careful drivers. The Drivers' Club is under the supervision of Mr. Cirieolo. Starting with a small group, it has gradually increased in size until it is now one of the largest organizations in the school. ' The members of the club feel that this is a particularly valuable organization because of the fact that increasing carelessness in automobile driving is causing numer- ous deaths and serious injuries every year. During the course of the year many interesting articles such as " Sudden Deathfl L' How to Drive," "VVe Drivers," and 'A Rules and Regulations of Drivingf' have been read and discussed by' the club members. An eliort has also been made to familiarize the members with the various parts of the modern automobile. Several meetings were held out of doors examining automobiles. The llianasquan High School Drivers' Club, very active in the third year of its existence, plans to extend its activities next year. RUTH PYLE Seventy-five THE BLUE AND GRAY FRIQIJ ill.-XYLUR ....... . . .Ezlifnr-in-Clziff AIARY H. SeIINI5IIII2R .. .... Ilmiviflffr Eflifor li'I'III5I, CoyyIiI,I. ............... . . .I311.vim'x.I' Jffzfzager RUTII l'vI.I2 .....,............. . . .Raving Rrffmrtfr IDAN RoIzI5R'I's, LoI,I,Y FREIJRICIQS ..... ......,. I Jflzlefifr' FRANCES HOG.'XTl5, STANI,IzY KR.fXVITZ . . . .Rf'porIer.I- CAMILI,.'X EGGIAIAN, CARI, HIiRIII2R'I' . ..Rejmr1vrr IJICK ICAIAIoNs, E'I'IIIsI. CowIfI.I. . . . . . .7'y-pi.v1.v XYIVIAN VVARNIQR, VIRGINIA ESTliI.I.l2 . ..IJr1i.vr,v -Ioux BRISRIQN, RIURVIN joxes ............... ..,Jrri.vr.I- MISS EI.IzANoR AIATHIOXVIETZ, MR. lf.-XRI, P. S'I'RoNcI .... Sfmimirr The Blue and Gray has been very successful this year. The paper has been admitted into the National Scholastic Press Association. The paper was entered in the Scholastic contest in lklarch. During the past year, the Blue and Gray has informed the pupils of the various scholastic and extra-curricular activities of this school. The regular features were: News, editorials, sports, hook shelf, roving reporterls column, chatter hox, student's literature, jokes, and Cartoons. A pale gray paper was an appropriate background for the hlue ink. The Christmas issue was on white paper with red and green ink. Un Tuesdays, the third period, the staff had its weekly meeting. 'llhe staff and the advisers worked faithfully to make this journalistic enterprise successful. 'lihere is every indication that this publication will keep up its good Work in the coming years. ETIIIII. CowI2I.I., lx'IARY SCI-INIEDIER Sewizty-six COMMERCIAL CLUB RLJTH l'iOXYI,ER . . .l,I'l'SiI1f'IIf IRICNE XVILEY .... ..Sr'rretary Gin-uws COTTRIQLI, ...... . . 7ll't'IlXllI'f'I' Miss Miroaiio Ii. JL l.IL'S ..,............. . . . .Sfmm-fir hlenibership to this club is open to :ill students interested in coinniercizil work. Its zum is to produce Z1 business zitniosphere and zi business background which will create interest in the daily classes. It is valuable us il motivating factor. The student is encouraged to study and recognize new developments of business, to become business-minded, to become focizil-ininded, to develop high srzindards of scholarship, :ind to learn to appreciate the value of good business ethics. The annual Coniniercizxl Contest of lllzinzisquzin High School is held under the auspices of this orgzinization. Svwzzfy-srtiu '11 LIBRARY COUNCIL The Library Council was formed during the school year of 1930-37. lt consists of twelve members who are interested in library work. The officers of the group are as follows: President, Porter Adcockg Vice-President, Joe Portog Secretary, Beatrice Draycottg Treasurer, Barbara Collmang Adviser, Bliss Catherine VVirth. The other members are Lucille Anderson, Reba Holman, Alice Pepper, Charles Garrabrandt, Joe Height, Vernon King, VVyndham Peck, and Charles Truax. The Council meets every Thursday. At this time the group discusses library policies and social activities. During the past year the club has had a Christmas party, ri theatre party, and a trip to New York. It has also sponsored a card party-the proceeds of which are being used to beautify the library. St?'Ut'llf.V-Ffflllf MANASQUAN HALL PATROL Vizkxox Kixo .. -..Cafifnin l Eccuaxii Coovliiz . . ........ l,if'ulwnml XYIRGINLX IQSTIQLLI5 . . .Serwzvzry-Trt'n.mrw- 'lihe Klanasquan Hall Patrol has heen operating in a new way this year. Preyioiisly the squad has heen made up of only seniorsg now it is composed of nienihers from all the classes. Another suggestion which was carried through was the forming of a Justice Conunittee. This committee, of three people, was formed to hear cases against the ineinhers of the patrol if any should arise. Also the conduct of the members was voiced through the committee. Several times during the year Corporal Klcliinley visited us and gave many helpful suggestions. He complimented the patrol and presented the entire squad with state badges which could he worn hy the inemhers. The patrol continued using printed tickets which last yearls squad had started. YVith the cooperation ot the Student Court the patrol was ahle to enforce law and order to the hest of their ahility throughout the entire year. Respectfully suhniitted. VIRGINIA ICs'rui,i,i2, St'1'rt'm1'y-Trz'r1.v11r'f'1' Sc-L't'11 fy'-11 im' n such a bool: as This, There always comes one sad momenT when we sTop To reTlecT upon Those who are no longer wiTh us. The deparTed ones is never an easy subjecT To wriTe abouT. A Thousand emoTions surge inTo our minds aT once. Fleeling glimpses of The missing ones' Tace, some idle gesTure ThaT we vividly remember, some movemenT of The hands, or Iilf in The voice-all These rush upon us when we recall cerTain names. The Class of i937 feels helpless aT such a momenT-grieT is someThing ThaT cannoT be ex- pressed, buT Tor even ThaT maTTer, love, and we loved These Two boys, Fred Carmer and Francis l-lowe, have missed Them and will always miss Them. YeT we are Thankful because our lives have been enriched by Their personaliTies. We won'T say goodbye because we Teel ThaT The Divine in all l-lis wisdom never meanT goodbyes for anybody. lT can never be goodbye buT Till we meeT again. HOWARD HEIGHT, Inc. Authorized Dealers MANASQLJAN, N. J. PQINT PLEASANT, N. J SPRING LAKE, N. J. I-ICDLMAN LUMBER CO, 34 SOITTH STREET MANASQUAN NEVV JERSEY Eueryfllilzg for 11111 Home Phone 277 THE BITE SHOP I. H. JOHNSON CHOICE MEATS Telephone-245ZAj State Highway NO 35 173 Main Street Mauzisquan BRIELLE, N. J. 4 , I ' PIIOIIC-IXISIIHSKILIHII 2843 REAI. ESTATE AND INSURANCE Was11i11gto11 Boulevard at Fifth Avenue Sea Gift, N. I. L'RANMER'S STORE Fishing Tackle and IQCfI'CSll1l1CIltS Sea Girt New Jersey THE BUSH AGENCY Real Estate-Insurance lZ9 Main Street Manasquan, N. J. Tel. 109 VOGEIQS MARKET lh South St. Manasquan, N. J. Groceries, Vegetables and Meats Free Delivery T'llOlIC Manasquzm 1433 Dine where Quality and Reasonable l'1'iees l'revail PARAMOUNT DINER Courteous Service l30 Main St. Manasquan, N. J. XYINANT Y. PEARCE Coal zmcl YV0ocl 154 Main St. XTHIIHSIIVZIII, N. J. Tel. 1248 HENRY HERMAN IJRIIGGIST Point Pleasant. N. J. Compliments of HI l.l.. IQGGIMAN Compliments of THE MARION BEAUTY STUDIO VANITY FAIR BEAUTY SALON ETHEL B. SNEDEKER 100 Main St. Mauasquan, N. J Phone 209 LESLIE T. KNIKIIIT DODGE 8: PLYMOUTH Sales and Service Brielle New Jersey CO1'll1JllI11Cl1tS of HAWES-MCAFFIQE, INC. 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