Manasquan High School - Treasure Yearbook (Manasquan, NJ)

 - Class of 1941

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Page 88 text:

THE TREASURE CHEST l7lilBA'l'lNC1 QLUIB Prefideul .................. . ........ PAUL C. JOHNSON Vice-P1'0.l'idwll .........,............ MARY VANDERHOVEN SL'H'6'fc11'-j'-TI't'r1.l'lll'6'I '...............,.....,. ....... j EAN LOVE Sf7f1l1.I'0f.l' ......... MR. ROBERT SHAW, MR. JOHN MCCURDY Paul C. johnson, II, Mary Vanderhoven, jean Love, Ruthe Olsen, Lillian Wtigner, Marion Smith, Lila Applegate, Thelma Allen, Harriet Ross. Although started late in the school year, the Debating Club bids fair to take its place among the foremost activities of M. H. S. Unlike other clubs, the Debaters meet every week, and in this way carry on an active program, discussing and practicing the various techniques of debating. Highlights of the year's activity, to which all the members are looking forward, is a series of non-decision debates with other high schools of the shore area on the subject of Federal power. Wliile admittedly still somewhat inexperienced in the art of debating, the club members feel that they are accomplishing their primary aimsf -to speak effectively and to think on one's feet, both of which will prove of inestimable value in later years. liiglrlvv-fwfr

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THE TREASURE CHEST IFREZSEEIMAN lDl3AMA'llC CLUB Pre.ride11f .............,,..,............ WILLIAM HEULITT Vice-Pre.i'ide11l . . . ..... GRANT HAVEN Sez'relav'y ...... .............. D ORIS RYMOND Treramrer .............,................... BETTY PARKER Spwzmr ..................... MISS MARGARET S. KENNEDY Betty Parker, Doris Reynolds, jean Thompson, Lauretta Palmer, Allen Hyde, Mary Smith, Charles I-Ienville, Lucie Lane, Dorothy Smeaton, Lois Gant, William Huelitt, Mabel Kesseler, Dorothy johnson, Geraldine Pawling, Audrey Morris, Betty jackson, justine Prenosil, Doris Rymond, jeanne Boucharde, Anne Garside, Mabel Newman, Grant Haven, jay Zieley, Emily Legg, Geraldine Cheek, jane Underhill, Weston Rice, john McLain, Curtis I-Iavens, Marian E. Smith, Shirley McManus, Ruth Briers, Florence Ireland, Marjorie Robinson, L. May Applegate, jean Cutler, Florence Bogue, Helen Carty. All Freshmen interested in developing or expressing their dramatic ability gained entrance to this club in the fall. Thirty-eight students became members of this organiza- tion and enjoyed participating in the various club activities. Only the most simple forms of drama were studied. This included acting in mono- logues, group pantomimes, short skits, plays and impersonations. In this way members experienced satisfaction in self-expression, sociability and applause. Time was spent in the reading of parts, discussing plays and interesting moving picture productions. Through drills in speech improvement each member developed better poise and self-confidence when speaking before a group, better pronunciation and enunciation. Originality in expression was encouraged. The club gave great opportunity for student participation and leadership by taking charge of the Thanksgiving Assembly program. In this we contrasted the art of proposing in the days of Priscilla and john Alden with the modern version in the play "Speak for Yourself john." Cake sales were sponsored in order to raise money to attend a Broadway production. Members were very interested in this trip and showed a keen appreciation for fine acting. We are looking forward to continuing our study of dramatics when we join the Senior Dramatic Club in which we hope to derive even greater knowledge and pleasure in the art of dramatics. Eiglrfy-fllrcc



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THE TREASURE CHEST BLUE ANID QHUW Editor-in-Chief ............................ LESLIE HUDSON Arrociale Editofzf. . . .... VIRGINIA RANDOLPH MARY VANDERHOVEN Exchange Edilor. . .,.... CATHERINE LONGO Sport Editors ..... ...... E LVIRA RAFFE'I'I'O KATHERINE RUF Aff Editor' ................................. COLLY HARRIS Clary Reporlerf .... HARRIET BRICE, DORIS PFLUG, PHYLLIS BREWER, LORRAINE HIRLEMANN, JANE HALL, NANCY VANDERHOVEN, VIR- GINIA CONOVER, LILLIAN MARSHALL Secretary ...............,............... GLADYS MORTON Brnifzerr Managers ............................ JEAN MORRIS ELVIRA HOLDERMAN Typi.rr.r .... LORRAINE MCLAIN, RUTH BROWN, WINIFRED VAN WART, HELEN HASENFUS, MARION BEN- NINGTON, LOUISE GIFFORD, EDITH PEARCE Spnuwrr .... MISS EDITH BROWN, MR. THOMAS CIRICOLO, MR. ALFRED TROUT The "Blue and Gray," the mimeographed newspaper, is published six times yearly. The purpose of this paper is to encourage contributions of literary value on the part of the students and to furnish representative current reading material for the school. The contributions are varied, consisting of stories, editorials, poems, sport items, and class news. The contributors rank from Freshmen to Alumni. It is sponsored by the English and Commercial Departments and presents an unusual opportunity for practical experience. The capable staff has carried on the paper throughout the year with marked success. Eigbfy-five'

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