Manasquan High School - Treasure Yearbook (Manasquan, NJ)

 - Class of 1947

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Page 11 text:

People Liked Him People liked him, not because He was rich or known to fame, He had never won applause As a star in any game. His was not a brilliant style, His was not a forceful way, But he had a gentle smile And a kindly word to say. Never arrogant or proud, On he went with manner mild: Never quarrelsome or loud, lust as simple as a childf Honest, patient, brave and true: Thus he lived from day to day, Doing what he found to do In a cheerful sort of way. Wasn't one to boast of gold Or belittle it with sneers, Didn't change from hot to cold, Kept his friends throughout the years Sort of man you like to meet Any time or any place. There was always something sweet And refreshing in his face. Sort of man you'd like to be: Balanced well and truly square: Patient in adversity, Generous when his skies were fair. Never lied to friend or foe, Never rash in word or deed, Quick to come and slow to go In a neighbors time of need. Never rose to wealth or fame, Simply lived, and simply died, But the passing of his name Left a sorrow, far and wide. Not for glory he'd attained, Nor for glory what he had of self, Were the friends that he had gained, But for what he was himself. Heap o' Livinl 'Edgar A. Guest - 7 -

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IN MEMORIAM DEDICATIDN DR. MOTT V. MARCELLUS Dr. Marcellus was born on Iune 24, 1884, in Freehold, New Iersey. He came to Manasquan when he was eight years old. He graduated from Manasquan High School in 1902 and from the University of Pennsylvania in 1907 as Doctor of Dental Surgery. From 1907 until a short time prior to his death in November of 1946 he practiced dentistry in Manasquan. Dr. Marcellus was long prominent in local and fraternal affairs. He served as a member of the Manasquan Board of Education for 25 years, the last 11 of them as President. His outstanding efforts in promotion of the best in educa- tional facilities for his chosen community are a part of the earthly records as a testimony to his sterling integrity, high re- solves, and faithfulness toward the human consummation of goals only divinely attainable.



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Treasure Chest Editor-in-Chief ........,.....................,e....................,.e,,...,. Alice Skokos Associate Editors ......,. ....,..i. E lizabeth Hawes, Dorothy Egeln Literary Editor ...............,..............s,,...,w.,,,..w,,..,............ Gloria Smith Photography Editors .......,..,, Eleanor Doerr, Charles Wegeman Indvidual Editors ......,,..,r,..,,,,,,.....,...,, lane Sprague, loan Brown Art Editor ............,......., ,.,..,oor....ooo,ooo,oaoo.....,..,.r,oooooa A nn Bennett Advertising Editor ........,, ....,...,w...,..w...,.. I ackson Anderson Typing Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,, Y,r,,,,,,,, . .. ,,,,,,Y.,,..r,.,,,, losephine Wliite Business Editors ........ ..........Y..w, I ean Hemphill, Gerald Barton Club Editors ............. r.....ri M arilyn Cortiaus, Richard Eisele Editorial Editor .......... ..c,ccccr...,r.,.w,,Yw,,,,ccc. M iss lean Barkwell Business Advisor .w......,,..Y...,.,...ww..,.,,w,,,., Mr. Chauncey Oakley The Treasure Chest, the book of high school memories, is the most prized possession of the students, particularly the Seniors. A great deal of work is put into this yearbook, which is perhaps the most original oi all year- books yet published in Manasquan High School. Familiar subjects, both curricular and extra-curricular, are to be found in the Treasure Chest with the addition of a few new articles. The Treasure Chest name has been carried out as the theme of the yearbook, with pictures pertaining to pirates, ships, treasures, and maps introducing the various sec- tions. New articles are to be found on the Board of Education and Health Department, and the Washington Trip has been cleverly written in poetic form. Other people who Worked on the various committees were: Arte-Jean Hemphill, Dorothy Egeln, Norma Willinger, Stuart Bruce, and Alice Skokos: Individuals-Ruth Lawes, Ioan Sommers, and Catherine Clarkg Photography- Audrey Ludwig and Ruth Plintoftg Clubs-Helen Deter, Barbara D'l-leron, Warren Pearcep Advertising-Gloria Smith, Barbara D'Heron, Virginia Sauer, Ruth Lawes, Helen Deter, and Dugold Kelly Typing Peggy Cavanagh, Helen Matthews, Ianice Pierce, Zilda Coeyman, Iuanita Fleming, Iulia Milines, and Shirley Elliott. The staff wishes to thank Miss Barkwell and Mr. Oakley for their guidance and hopes that all students will cherish the 1947 Treasure Chest. -3-

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