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Page 78 text:
THE TREASURE CHEST
NATIONAL l IONOR SOC lli'l'Y:l4E'l'A OMECIA Cl lAP'l'ER
Preiidwif ...... ......... R OBERT SCISCO
l'ice-Pi'e,i'ide111 , . . .... STEWARD AINIDREXVS
Seci'efi1i'y ...... ........ A NNE COLLINS
T41'L'iI.l'll1'l'1' ......... . . .ROBERTA HULSART
P1'Ug1'r1l1l Cl71I11'11I.111, . . ....,... ROSALIND KAHN
Sm'i.11 Cl7u11P'11!i11I .... ............ L ORANA KAHN
Spn11.mr.i .,...., ..... M ISS CATHERINE VUIRTH,
DR. MARION C. WOOLSON
1:'ei1ei1 111 1910: Robert Scisco. Steward Andrews, Anne Collins, Roberta Hulsart,
Rosalind Kahn, Lorana Kahn.
lilecled in 1941: Marshall Brown, Wgilter Brown, Wiiifield Cox, jack lfeimster,
john lferris. Daniel Higley, Adeline Klienkauf, Doris Okerson, Betty Pearce, Virginia
Randolph, Stanley Reed, Claire Rockwell, Jacqueline Senior, Edgar Wliite, Arline Willker,
Mary Vanderhoven, Virginia lfranklin, Marion lfreer, Elizabeth Giles, Clifford Greenwald,
Vernon jackson, Norma Patterson, Elvira Raffeto.
The Beta Omega Chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary School has
created an enthusiasm in scholarship, stimulated the desire to render service, and pro-
moted worthy leadership during the year l91i0-19-il in Manascluan High School. This
society, which was introduced in nineteen hundred thirty-seven at Manasquan High
School, confers great honor upon those who become members.
The faculty elect fifteen percent of the Senior class and tive percent of the junior
class on the basis of leadership, scholarship, service, and character. Members are required
to be in the upper third of their class.
The main activity of the year was the establishment of fourth period Honor Study.
Monitors appointed by the Society check attendance for the students participating in the
study hall and do not require the presence of a faculty member.
The Honor Society also rearranged the Handbook which was compiled last year.
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THE TREASURE CHEST
fmfgf . . ........ WINFIELD cox
ca,-A .T.,. .. .VIRGINIA RANDOLPH
Ietwifw -...I.... ....... T HOMAS HOLEY
Iam,-fi-I Afffii-Wy. .. ........,.. RICHARD LEWIS
sflllllilll' I,....I.. ...... M R. BISHOP OXENFORD
Xwzinris Marshall Brown, Winhelcl Cox, Gene Day, Richard Lewis, Adelaide Mc-
Clarthy, Virginia Randolph, Claire Rockwell.
f1n1inr.r.' Thomas Birclchead, Elizabeth Giles, Thomas Holey, Anna Longo.
SKlf7f7U7l1Ul'Ul' .' jean Morris, jane Woolsoii.
lir'e.I'lI1r1w1.' Wlilliarn Egeln, Earl Ferriera, Willigim Zawryt.
The Manasquan High School Student Court was organized to deal with cases arising
from tratlic violations, abuse of property and misconduct on the school grounds. Meetings
are held during third period every second and fourth Monday of each month.
During these meetings the cases that have arisen are heard. TlIe defendant, or person
who has received a summons from a hall patrolman appears before the court and states his
case after tlIe session has been called to order by the judge, the roll has been called, the
recorder's report of previous activities given, and the new case reported by the clerk. WlIeII
the defendant has presented lIis case the attorney questions him, after which the jury
meets to announce the decision and the penalty, if necessary. The judge pronounces the
sentence and dismisses the case.
The Student Court has successfully handled cases involving school regulations
through the school year I9-I0-19-il. Not only is the Court interesting and beneficial to
its members, but it gives the students a feeling that they are helping to run the school.
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President ........ ........ ...... R I CHARD DAY
Vice President .... .... J OSEPH SCUDDER
Secretary .......... ........ D ORIS HEYNIGER
Arrirlarzt Secretary .......... ....... M ARJORIE CONOVER
Sponror .......................... MRS. DOROTHY RANKIN
The purpose of the Mixed Chorus is to give enjoyment to all music lovers either the
listener or the singer. The club having a membership of over one hundred and fifty
this year, is directed by Mrs. Dorothy Rankin.
During the year we have a number of activities. Among these are the customary
Christmas Cantata, which this year was the "Childe jesus," Christmas Caroling in the
town of Manasquan and the schools. The most important event of the year was the
Operetta "The Count and the Coed," given in May.
The libretto was written by Geoffrey F. Morgan and the music by Geoffrey O'Hara.
The principals of the cast were: Doris Okerson, Anne Collins, Virginia Randolph, Flora
May Sagui, Gerard Bockius, Jacqueline Senior, Larry Bockius, Walter Larrison, John
Crisanti, Marjorie Conover, Bill Hurley, and Dick Day. The story took place on a college
campus, and showed the trouble of an average "American Boy."
Our last events of the year were the Baccalaureate Services and Commencement
Exercises hnishing up a year we shall all remember.
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