Manasquan High School - Treasure Yearbook (Manasquan, NJ)

 - Class of 1949

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SCHOLARSHIP A D E THUSIASM The Manasquan I-ligh School AThIeTic As- sociaTion, under Coach Granville Magee's leadership, has TuncTioned in a very eTTicienT manner since The TirsT meeTing in SepTeml3er. The TirsT meeTing was devoTecI To The elec- Tion oT oTTicers and The launching oT The season's TicIceT campaign. ReporTs oT The Treasurer were heard and raising money was discussed. Two oT The main acTiviTies oT The AThIeTic Council This year have been The sale oT sTudenT A. A. TiclceTs and The sale oT coIorTuI programs aT all home games. One oT The councils biggesT Taslcs has been To sTimuIaTe sTudenT inTeresT in sporTs and To urge supporT oT Tvianasguan Teams. IT has done exceIIenT worlc This year. The purpose oT The A. A. is To help Torrn The aThIeTic policies oT The high school, To de- velop amaTeur aThleTics, and To cuI+ivaTe The ideals oT clean sporT. IT encourages a whole- some inTeresT in The various seasonal sporTs. SLE QA LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard King, Joan Brower, Brad Behrman Mr. Granville Magee, Adviser. ATHLETIC COUNCIL BACK ROW: Floyd CouITer, Roberf Sweef, William Tilfon, Arfhur Marfin. MIDDLE ROW: Samuel Haydu, Norma.. Morgan, RoberT Myser, Doris Haucl, Anna Lee Conover, RoberT Brown. FRONT ROW: Joy Allaire, Marjorie Firman, Brad Behrman, Richard King. L7 .JL-

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CAST LEADERS ENCOURAGE I 1 rrfiwxlr i' mrrnlvrrslxip 5Afl'L1llghil1'il Srhunlss Chia Qrrlifirs that BACK ROW, L. TO R.: Ernesf Volclrmar, Meredirh Hemphill, James Larson, John Geiser, Ernesr Boofh, Theodore Reariclc, Edwina Leaycrafr, Barbara Allen, Palricia Van Dorn, Peggy Van Nuys, Jean Berger, Joan Brower, Mr. E. Franck, Adviser. FRONT ROW, L, TO R.: Norma Rice, Mrs. Irene Mauch, Adviser: Conslance Weisenbach, Dorolhy Margrey, Marilyn Kleinkauf, Marie Treiber, Dolores Van Duren, Elfriede Volclr- mar. THOSE ABSENT AT TIME OF PHOTOGRAPH: Marfha Seybuchler, Laura Sharpe, Audrey Marfin and Georgia Morris. HONOR S The Narional Honor Sociery of Manasquan High School has again, during 'rhe year 1948- I9-49, conrinued crearing enrhusiasm for scholar- ship. No honor conferred by The school exceeds rhar represenred by fhis sociery: rherefore, il' has served as a worrhy goal for siudenrs. The iacully selecls rhe members on rhe basis oi four charac- Jrerisiics, which are scholarship, cilizenship. ser- vice and leadership. The Narional Honor Sociery is under rhe able guidance of Mrs. Irene P. Mauch and Mr. Ernsl Franclc. The group has held ils meerings aller school hours rhis year. An assembly program was given by lhis sociely in February, when newly elecred members were insialled. Each member received a pin which has engraved upon ii a lighied 'rorch i l uma rlrrirb .1 mrmlvrr l nf Ihr Qllldplrl' uf thr Nazliuxrarlliunur Smririg nf Swrrunharg Srhimls mrmhrrahip in uvhirh is hnarb nn Svrlrulaxrslrigrlmhrrship. Svrrbirr. amh Gflmrarirx: Ginrn ni ' this hug uf IU OCIETY surrounded by The symbols represenring rhe four characierislics which are required of all mem- bers. The sfudenis were also given a cerrificafe of membership. The members al lhe beginning oi lhe senior year were John Geiser, Merediih Hemphill, James Larson, Mariha Seybuchler, Pafricia Ter- hune, Pairicia Van Dorn, Elfriede Volclcmar, and Ernesr Volclcmar. The following members were insralled during 'rhe school year: Edwina Leay- crair, Laura Sharpe, Audrey Marlin, Peggy Van Nuys, Theodore Reariclc, Barbara Alien, Con- slance Weisenbach, Marilyn Kleinlcauil, Marie Trieber, Joan Brower, Georgia Morris, Norma Rice, Jean Berger, Ernesr Booih, Dorolhy Margrey, and Dolores Van Duren, 3'z1iifmf11'il llfllhllllllf Siirirtiiie ll li



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C7 C? ' X21 ' IST ROW: Alice Morlon, Belly Alexander, Mary Kenny. 2ND ROW: Olive Kenny, Mariorie Alexander, Alice Claylon, Barbara Riggs, Geraldine Kalas, Irene Woyshner. 3RD ROW: Mildred Naser, Beverly Clayion, Greffa Gulasled, Marilyn Cranmer, Elizabefh Degenhardf, Dolly Heinsinger, Arnila Clark. 4TH ROW: Vivian Fleming, Lois Sleen, Virginia Raufh, Emma Lulrowifz, Barbara Sledler, Joan McKeown, Ann Vivian, Joanne Twaddell, Treasurer: Jean Van Benlhuysen. STH ROW: Kay Ross, Frances Pelers, Edith Kenyon, Colleffe Lussier, Vice-Presidenfg Marie Galluccio, Gail Langley, Mar+ha Allen. 6TH ROW: Miss Dorolhy Emerson, Adviser: Jean Plunl:e++, Joan Plunlre++, Barbara Brunlchorsl, Laura May Sharpe, Norma Rice, Presidenlg Lois Brunlrhorsl, Shirley Reese, WHERE GIRLS' SPORTS Under lhe supervision of Miss Dorolhy Emerson, phy- s'cal educalion inslruclor, The "Mi Club has had a very successful year. H H The girfs have parlicipaled in various sporis such as M voiley ball, field hoclcey, baslcelball and soflball. A new idea, used as an experimenl lhis year, was The forming of learns according lo grade. These learns played one anolher al regular meelings. Teams were also formed 'ro play Poinl Pleasanl Beach High School. These coniesls proved io be very popular. Miss Doroihy Emerson. A despefale lfY- i. 'fllftx iv 11" s

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