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Page 100 text:
THE TREASURE CHEST
l.lE CERCLE FRANCAIS
Preridezll ,.... .... j OHN FERRIS
lffl?-Pl'6.fTd61If .. ...... ED. HURLEY
Secrelm'y .... ........ P AUL 'IOHNSON
Trea.rln'er .. ........,.... WM. MOORE
SPIIIIIUI' ......................... MR. HENRY M. PHOENIX
john Ferris, Edward Hurley, Paul johnson, William Moore.
The French Club, or Le Cercle Francais as it is known to its members, has had an
interesting and constructive year.
This, when one considers its size, is scarcely to be wondered at, because under the
very able guidance of Mr. Phoenix, the members have been able to devote considerable
individual time to the study of French language and culture, both visually through various
texts and orally by means of conversation and the use of the Linguaphone,
Among its activities this year, the club drew up a new constitution governing mem-
bership, purposes, and activities of the Club. A considerable time was spent in the
building of a practical vocabulary which may prove of value later in life through study
of "travel French." Topics included under this heading were such essentials as traveling.
shopping, greetings, etc., and also practical subjects dealing with motoring, sports, and
Through the medium of the French Club. students are able to give practical appli-
cation to the work of the classroom.
Page 99 text:
THE TREASURE CHEST
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Our school cafeteria under the mana fement of Mrs. Louise Treanor with her
assistants is one of the outstanding departments of our school. A large staff of school
students are always on hand to keep the place clean and in perfect order.
The lunch meriod is divided into three sections of twent minutes each. While one
group of students is eating lunch, the others are having classes.
The food is excellent and the prices are as moderate as is possible. Before Thanks-
giving and Christmas special turkey dinners are served, and all throughout the year
banc uets and dinners of all kinds are 'iven there.
Because of our system of regulation and because of the roominess of the cafeteria
it provides the students with a much needed relaxing period, it is really an integral part
of the school's social life, many lasting friendships are created through the conviviality
that is part of the noon lunch period.
The cafeteria is the ride of Manas uan Hi 'h School.
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Page 101 text:
THE TREASURE CHEST
Pl'6,l'Tdt'Ilf ............................... ROBERT WILSON
Vice-Prexidezzl ...... ................. F RED NICE
S8t'l't'fi1I'j'-T7'6'd.fll!'EI' . . . ............,.... MURIEL BOOS
SPUIIIUI' ..............,........ MR. STEPHEN PETROKUBI
Loretta Algor, janet Barry, Frank Beardsly, Robert Bennington, Helen Boone, Muriel
Boos, Donald Braender, Douglas Clark, Bruce Cutler, Frank Durand, jack Feimster,
Herbert Forest, Frank Fumo, Beaumont Glass, joe Glockler, jay Herbert, William Hope,
Mary Frances johnson, Walter Larrison, Vernon LaSalle, Suzanne Leighton, Gloria
LaVance, Otto Morris, Fred Nice, Sam Parker, janet Patterson, jean Prentice, Richard
Potter, George Saugui, Marion Smith, Mary Stokes, Lloyd Thompson, jack Woolley.
The purpose of the Camera Club is to acquaint more people in the interesting and
ever widening field of photography. Each year the Camera Club of Manasquan High
School provides exhibitions and contests for its members. Individual help is given by
our adviser to further their photographic work, and to help the members to understand
the complex mechanisms of the camera.
Mr. Petrokubi has given many interesting lectures concerning the work of the ama-
teur photographer. Included in these lectures were "Different Types of Films and Their
Use," "Making of Christmas Cards from Snapshotsf, "Snow Scenes and Shadows," "Por-
trait Taken in the I-Iomcf' "Camera Lens," "Exposure," and many more timely subjects.
One of our greatest accomplishments was the successful taking of portrait pictures
in class, Several students and teachers were used as subjects, and the results were very
well finished products.
The members of the Camera Club have recorded some very memorable moments
through taking pictures.
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