Manasquan High School - Treasure Yearbook (Manasquan, NJ)

 - Class of 1940

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THE TREASURE CHEST u IVIANASQYAN llllill SlTll00L STYIDENT GUYEIINDIENT l,I'6'SI'1I6IIf ....... . . . ,.,.... , . . . FRANKLIN SHAAIQ Vice Presiderzl. . . , . . . . DORIS HAVEN Secrelary' , , . . . . . CLAIRE FIASCOIYARO 7reasurer . . . , , . . . . . . . .ROBERT MORRIS Advisers MRS. GRACE TAYLOR MISS ELIZABETH DUPRAT The students of Manasquan High School enjoy all the benefits of democracy under the Manasquan High School Citizens' Government. The right to hold ollice, have a voice in the government. hold elections by students' choice, and the privilege of intro- ducing plans to benefit all are some of the outstanding events which make Manasquan Citizens, Government a truly democratic organization. In the school year of I939-I940, Manasquan High School Citizens, Government has been prominent in County and State Council work. Numerous delegates have attended the regular meetings. The formation of the Squan's Sunshine Service Fund was the most important achievement of the Governmenfs yearly work. This service was made possible by the whole-hearted support of the students. The aim of Squan's Sunshine Service is to cheer those class members who have been saddened through some misfortune. Plans have materialized this year for the Council to purchase Council pins dis- playing the school seal with an attached bar to designate the position held by members in the Student Government. The Manasquan High School Citizens' Government brings to a close another successful year of Student activities, made possible only through the Cooperation and sincere efforts on the part of the Student body. Sixty-fi vc

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THE TREASURE CHEST JUNIIIII. llllill SCll00L t Presirfwzl----Grade 3 . l"HANKl,lN EIHICH l'rf's1'zla1zt- -Grade 7 ..................... HOWARD BOOTH This is a history of the great and mighty classes of '40 and 7-Ll which we hope will go down in school history as the best classes ever to graduate from Manasquan ,lunior High School. Under the leade1'ship of our class presidents we enjoyed countless good times and the term slipped swiftly hy. There are many events which occur when one is in Junior High School. The eighth grade was fortunate in having two class trips. The first trip in October when both the seventh and eighth grades visited the New York Yvorldls Fair. The second trip in the latter part of April when they left on the long talked about New York Trip. Both alforded them much pleasure and were of great educational value. Scholastically both classes have held a good record, always heing represented on the Honor Rolls. It was during this year that the Junior High School paper, "The Periscopel' was first published. We of the seventh grade are looking forward to entering the eighth grade while we of the eighth grade are looking forward to four enjoyable high school years. Sixty-four



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THE TREASURE CHEST . ,,,,l.-- STITIIENT l70l'IlT fudge . . , .ARTHUR KAUPE Recorder . .ELISE CRANE Clerk . , , .... PATSY WHELAN District Attorney , , , .RICHARD DAY f4fI'Ul'S6I' .... .,...... .... , . . . . . . . , MR. OXEIXFORD The Manasquan High School Student Court was organized under the superxision of lVlr. Oxenford for the purpose of dealing with tratlic violations. ahuse of property. and cases dealing with misconduct on school grounds. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month. The procedure is as follows: Any person receiving a sunnnons issued by patrol- nien, appears before the court. A session is called to order hy the Judge: followed hy the roll call, and recorderas report ol previous activities. The Clerk then reports on the next ease on the calendar. The defendant is asked to state his case and is questioned by the attorney. The jury com enes to weigh the exidence. announce the decision. and if guilty, the penalty. The Judge then pronounces the sentence and dismisses the case. lVlemliers of the Student Court are: Seniors-Elise Crane, Patsy Vllhelan, Frank Newman, Arthur Kaupe. LeRoy Applegate. Charles Robinson: Juniors-Charlotte ltobinsong Doris Sprague: Roberta Hulshart, Nick llaternoster, Richard Dayg Sopho- niores-Thonlas Burkhead. Alfred Kegn, James Briceg Freshmen-lVlonroe Hawes. Henry Schenherg Eighth Grade-Franklin lfirichg Seventh CradefHoward Booth. 5 z'x1fy-.s ix

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