Manasquan High School - Treasure Yearbook (Manasquan, NJ)

 - Class of 1940

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Freida Fairfax and Andrew Combs grant their talent at the piano to Dick Kittell and Bob Rarraud. There are rumors that they need a pastime. Dorothy Brandt leaves her position as cashier in the cafeteria to Adeline Kleinkauf. Millie Prevost and Frances Layton bequeath their positions behind the candy counter to Virginia Franklin and Vera Rafetto or anyone else who wants to gain a few pounds. Helen Emmons grants her ability to get along with the male population of this institution to Marjorie Conover. Leroy Applegate bequeaths his ability to get up at 8:29 and arrive at school by 8:30 to Mae Ross. George Rogers and Arthur Kaupe leave their ability to get straight A averages to Donald Pyle and Fred Nice. The eighth period P. A. D. class bestow their ability to be ladies and gentlemen in class, their faithfulness in completing assignments. and their whole-hearted in- terest inthe subject to all of next yearis P. A. D. classes. Katherine Pierce. Harry Rrevoort, and Hal Thompson grant their athletic ability to all of Squan's future athletic stars. Robert Leighton and Yvonne Munroe leave their quiet ways to Elise Schadt and Mary Coles in hopes that they will make use of them. Matilda Robcke grants her giggle to all the underclassmen who may enjoy a little fun, especially Edna Morris. Claire Fiasconaro leaves her pep and vitality to Thelma Mitchell. Rob Van Wart bestows his adeptness for thinking up alibis upon Eugene Day. We hope that Eugene will not forget the ones he has already used. Walter Holderer leaves his dapper ways to Alonzo Stewart. Edwin Doe bestows his dramatic ability upon the entire Junior class. We hope that they achieve as much success in the field of dramatics as we did this year. Bill Anderson grants his fondness for drum majorettes to any boy who may be interested. Calvin Allen leaves his comical nature to Dick Lewis. Donald McKelvey grants his Tarzan masculineness to Walter Kurilchyk. Margaret Gebhart and Herman Fitzner leave their methods of getting that way about each other during their senior year to the next year's seniors. Irving Bennett and Elizabeth Newman grant their poetic ability to John Ferris and Doris Sprague. Frank Schmieder bestows his Morton Downey voice upon Xvinfield Cox. Henry Hoffman gives the privilege of dreaming in class to Joe Scudder. Jack Holmes leaves his reputation as a speed demon to Paul Bennett. We hope that Paul will watch out for stumps and keep on the road as Jack does. Robert Bennington leaves his lackadaisical ways to none other than Dick Day. Paul Rlain leaves his dignity and seriousness to Bill Hahn. Everette Lavance grants his way with the women to James Durton. Kay Dlodis leaves her loquacity to Anna Kessler. Jennie Frey bestows upon Virginia Randolph her artistic ability. Rhoda Reynolds grants her ability to enlighten underclassmen to anyone who can carry this out as faithfully as she has done. Jean Irwin and Douglas Eastman leave their quiet, pleasing personalities to Virginia Brown and Oliver Reynolds. Camilla Eggiman leaves her helpful and cooperative ways to the entire junior class. They will need them when they become seniors. The other members of this class bestow upon the underclassmen their individual assets and liabilities, hoping that they will profit by the former and take heed of the latterg thereby reaching the heights of success we have attained. We do hereby constitute and appoint Dr. Marion C. W'oolson as sole executor of this our last Will and Testament. In witness whereof. we. the class of 1940. have to this will set our hand and seal this seventh day of June, one thousand nine hundred forty. Signed: The Class of 1940 of Manasquan High School Fifeen

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CLASS WILL By ROBERT MORRIS We, the Class of 1940, being about to pass out'of this sphere of education, in full possession of well-trained faculties, and almost superhuman understanding, do make and publish this our last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills or promises hy us at any time heretofore made. To Mr. Crosley, our supervising principal, Dr. Woolson, our principal, and our Senior Advisers, we give and bequeath our sincere affection, our deepest rever- ence, our heartiest gratitude, and the whole unlimited wealth of our eternal memory of the four years through which they have guided us. To the faculty, who have been our instructors in all the wisdom of the ages, we bequeath a sweet and unbroken succession of restful nights and peaceful dreams. No longer need they lie awake through the long watches of the night worrying over the un- certainty of whether this one is doing her homework or that one will have his assignment in morning class. It has been a hard strain on them, for Seniors are said to be at all times and under all conditions difhcult to manage. They have all done their duty, however, and verily now shall they have their well-earned reward. To the Junior Class we leave our most coveted prize, namely the honor of occupy- ing the front seats in the Auditorium. May they endeavor to hll them as advan- tageously, as promptly, and as faithfully as we have done. We also leave them our dignity, good sense, punctuality. and industry so that they may become as fine a class as we have been. To the present sophomores, we bequeath the honor of being upper-classmen and the privilege of acting as guardians of the incoming students who may be heckled by the newly grown-up freshmen of l94-0. To the freshmen, we grant the grand and glorious times that our class has had during the past four years. Wye hope that they will make the best of them because very shortly they will be facing the time of graduation. To the incoming Freshman class, we drop the hint to stop being bashful heaux and blushing lassies and advise them to get into the swing of high school activities as they will find them the best time of their lives. Be it hereby known that all members of the Senior Class generously, with charity for all and malice toward none, bequeath the following belongings to un- derclassmen to help them in the pursuit of happiness: Marion and Myra Stille bequeath their ability to get their names mixed to Lorana and Rosalind Kahn. Francis Embley, Charles Robinson, and Audrey Gifford leave their friendly ways to Raymond Waters, Melvin Underhill and Emily Gunderson. Marian Jensen leaves her ability to stand on her two feet to Jeanne Bennett. Doris Haven and Sam Franklin grant their ability to get along with each other so well to Jane VanSickle and Bert Ehret. James Miller and Peggy Royael leave their shy ways to Irma Jackson and Bruce Cutler. Kay Sprague, Joan Wilson, and Earl Heyniger grant their fine personalities to Clara Mueller, Dalrcy Scudder, and Louis Donato, not that they need them but that they may be a help. Patricia Whelan and Elise Crane grant their sophistication to Mildred Porterfield and Esther Lemansky. Aliene Goss leaves her office practice ability to Anne Collins and Arline Walker. Dan Williams bequeaths his ability to go steady to Bob Scisco. Molly Fraley and Ruth White leave their good nature to Mary Vanderhoven and Vernon Bailey, provided they profit thereby. James McGreevey, Edward Palmer and Frank Newman grant their ability to study sixteen hours a day to James Dorey, Yvonne Brennan,, and Bill Canfield. Louise Thompson and Harold Longyear leave their height to Mary Madonna and the Larrison twins. Greta Morris bestows her soprano voice upon Adelade McCarthy. Marie Tracy leaves her bashful and retiring ways to Emma Walzer. Fourteen



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CLASS PRQIPIIECY Hy JENNIE FREY W1 c.4M11,L.4 EcG1M.4Nzv June 2. l.950 Dear Diary- Today, I took an interesting trip with my finger over a map of the United States to locate some of my classmates of l94O. Being in New York myself. model- ing furs for I. J. Fox, I decided to look around a few corners in the big Metropolis Hrst. Touring the business section, I found MARION STILLE successful dress de- signer at Saks on Fifth Avenue. Wfalking into the lobby of the famous Hotel GEORGE NASER on Park Avenue, I was greeted by his private secretary BETTY WILLIAMS. DOROTHY BRANDT is his most efficient bookkeeper. Glancing at the automat, I saw EVERETT LA VANCE and STANLEY PATTERSON refilling the food compartments. Two of the elevator girls in the Empire State Building are ELMYRA CHAMBERLIN and GLADYS LONG. Starring at the Rodeo this week is MARIE TRACY. cowgirl. Vassar has been taken over by PAT WIIELAN and MARGARET APPLEGATE is one of her professors. Traveling north with my index finger. I discovered "BUCK" THOMPSON at Harvard Univdrsity as basketball coach with JACK HOLMES as his able assistant. On the stage in the city of Boston, was the play. 'Sherlock Holmes Detects Again" starring BOB BENNJNCTON and ELISE CRANE. At the Boston Opera House KATHRYN BLODIS and GRETA MORRIS are making their debuts accompanied by concert pianist ANDREW COMBS. LOUISE THOMPSON is a member of the orchestra. On the outskirts of the city EUGENE GODDARITI is in charge of an Indian Beservation. Out in Detroit Michigan, YVONNE MUNROE and FAY MAZURETTE are taking lessons in life-saving from 'MILDRED PREVOST. instructor at the natatorium. THERESE RUSH is manager of an Employment Agency. JOAN WILSON and FRANCES HOGATE are co-partners in the dress shop. La Boutique. Broadcasting from WJB in Detroit are L'I7ibber lVIcCee.7' PAUL BLAIN and HMOLLY7, FRALEY. On this program lVlrs. Uppington. MARIAN SCIIOEDER. concocts her humorous recipes, and guest star RHODA REYNOLDS gives expert beauty advice. Supposedly leaving Detroit. I found myself in Chicago. Here GEORGE ROGERS is a successful lawyer. George shares bachelor quarters with Dr. ARTHUR KAUPE. M.D. Playing professional baseball for the Chicago White Sox, I naturally found RUBEN SEGAL. My next stop was Salt Lake City. Utah. On an elaborate ranch there. I visited FRANK NEWMAN. I was happy to see ROR VAIV WART as foreman of the ranch and AGNES LOPER as Frankfs cook. Going still farther west to Hollywood. I congratulated l950's heart throb of the screen, HOBBY QUEEN, for his wonderful acting in IRVING BENNETT'S version of 4'Naughty Mairiettaf' At the Trocadero, under the direction of BILL WIESE. DOROTHY SMITH and MARGARET IIAHN were doing intricate dance steps. Walter Winchell, EARL IIEYNIGER, broadcasting from Hollywood announced that EDDIE PALMER had just won the fast-speech championship in the United' States, and gave the results of the high jump meet won by DOUGLAS MEYERS. Heading southeast, I stopped long enough at Texas to see FRANK SCHMIEDER and HERMAN FITZNER drilling an oil well. Herman hurries home every night to his bride of three months, MARGARET GERIIART. In Fort Arthur I found ALIENE GOSS, Beauty Salon. Her capable assistants are RUTH WHITE and PEARL MITCHELL. Looking rather marvelous is JANE PEARCE. Alienels steady customer. Sixteen

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