Manasquan High School - Treasure Yearbook (Manasquan, NJ)

 - Class of 1937

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"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

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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



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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

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