Toms River South High School - Cedar Chest Yearbook (Toms River, NJ)
- Class of 1937
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Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1937 volume:
Four THE CEDAR CHEST
To M1ss Mary M Costello a wlll
mg helper a true frlend and a
successful organlzer Whose servlces
have meant much not only to the
Senlor Class but to the Whole
school we affectlonately dedlcate
th1s Cedar Chest
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CLASS OF 1927
ODDS AMI ENDS
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EDITOR IN CHIEF MIRTH TUFTS
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SGUIOI Rowe Me EIS Emma. Bemet
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Semox P1ophec Hugh MCDQVIEI
SIIHOI Shme Axnolcl Tvusky Jack Bedclow
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Emht THE CEDAR CHEST
Blrchey Mlss Irene M Temple UD1V6fS1ty B S M E Sclence
Chafey Mlss Lllhan C Trenton State Te Lchers College Commerclal
Chne Mr Davld L Temple Un1vers1ty B S SCICHCE
Costello Mxss Mary M College of Commelce Commerclal
Dalton Mr John J Westchester Teachels College B S Phys1cal Ed
Dav1dson M1ss Lurabelle Denxson Umverslty A B Enghsh
Davls Mr Donald A-St Teachers College B S-SCIBHCB and Mathematlcs
Detwller Mr N S Ursmu College B S Hlgh School Pr1nc1pal
Ewart Mrs Renee A Umverslty of Grenoble A B French
Flnck Mr Edgar M Princeton A B A M PhD Supervlslng Prmclpal
Horner Mlss Helen Western Md College A B Home Econom1cs
Hoffman Mr C A Drexel Instltute Matnematxcs
Johnson M Conrad Trenton State Teachers B S Manual Arts
Johnson M Walter L Clark Un1vers1ty A B M A Commerclal
Kellers M1ss Anna New Jersey College B S Home Econom1cs
Lew1s Mrs Ethel E Art
Marcellus Mlss Mary E New Jersey College B A Engllsh and Amerlcan Hlstory
McLean Mlss Bess1e Conn College for Women B A L1brar1an
M1ller Mr John F Manual Arts
M1ller M1ss Lucllle M New York Un1vers1ty B S Phys1cal Educatlon
Mulcahy Mlss Anne E St Ehzabeths College Convent B A Hlstory and Latm
Nelson M1ss Eleanor N J School of Musxc and Arts B S MUSIC
R1egle Mr Robert Lebanon Valley B S Englxsh
Storrle Miss E Vlrgxnla Temple UDIVCTSICY B S 1n Ed Engllsh and Journallsm
Wood Mr Charles-Columbla U B S and M A P A D and Amencan H1story
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Pres dent Arnold Tversky VICE Presldent-Hugh MCDEVICE
Treasu1er Ray Markloff Secretary Emma Bernet
SENIOR CLASS NOTES
The foul years slnce we entered the l1ttle red school house on the top of the h1l1
to prepare ourselves to be the future men and women that Toms Rlver would be proud
of have passed more rap1d1y than we could have lmaglned when we entered as
freshmen on a September day IH 1933 At that tlme we looked forward wlth a great
deal of enthusxasm to the day when we would b come senlors That t1me has come
but the mtervenlng years were fatal to some of the orxglnal members of th1s class of 37
who fell by the WaySld6 and b cam membels of other classes The majority of our
class stlll struggled Weaflly onward however and are dolng thelr best to further the
s andfud of our class 1n the ranks of the other out tandlng classes Wh1Ch have ln the
past preceded us
Freshman Dance At our first meetlng the following 0mC61 were elected
Pres dent B1ll Irons
V1ce Presldent Jean Dunn
Secretarv Beulah Knox
Treasurer Robert Dllks
Under the able superv1s1on of our faculty advlsels the class members of 37
plesented a snappy dance to WhlCh they IIIVIDCG the ent11e hlgh school Thls was the
first tlm an uncond1t1onal 1nv1tat1on had been glven As a result more people attended
our dance than ever before and a very good tlme was had by all
At our first meetlng ln our sophomore year we elected the followlng officers
Presldent Arnold Tversky
V1ce Presldent Beulah Knox
Secretary Emma Bernet
Treasurer George Cornellus
Although our oflimals were capable and popular our class Just dxdnt pay up no
money no band no dance Th1s also was the first tlme a class had failed to glve lts
annual dance We seem to have been '1 class that was always oflermg something new
whether good or bad'
As Junlors we determlned to make up for our sophomore delmquencles and
1mmed1ately held a meetmg to elect oflicers and plan the Jumor Prom Those elected
Presldent Arnold Tversky
V1ce Pres1dent Hugh McDev1tt
Secretary Ethel Fowler
Treasurer G1lbert Perrlne
Everyone worked for the Jumor From and when the txme came we sponsored
that colorful promenade whxch the maJor1ty of our class shall never forget Our
presldent was mstrumental ln brmglng The Vrkmgs to play for us and d1d hlS
best as d1d all the Jumors to make thxs dance atone for us and do the Job of two
In our Jumor year the class Jewelry was purchased and arrxved 1n tlme to be Haunted
at the Prom much to the dellght of the Jumors
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T672 THE CEDAR CHEST
LE MOINE AIRD Early and
late debating to and fro
Sclence Club 2 Library
Club 2 Tumbling Club 2
3 4 Basketball 2 Assist
ant Manager 1 3 Manager
4 Avlatlon Club 2 3 a
dlo Club 3 Track 4 Dra
matic Club 3
RAMONA BAER. I hav
made a vow to study
Glee Club 1 2 3 Selected
Chorus 4 Library Club 1
4 French Club 2 3 4 Op
eretta. 1 2 4 Careers Club
4 Spelling Club 3 4 Bank
ers Club 1 2 3 Dramatic
Club 3 Volley Ball 1
JOHN BEDDOW I am con
stant to my purpose
Football 1 2 3 Manager 4
Cedar Chest 1 4 Orches
tra 1 2 3 Debating Club
1 2 Journalism 1 3 Boost
ers Club 1 2 3 4 Secretary
3 Operetta 4 French
Club 2 Wrestling Club 3
Champion 3 D u c e
Populi 2 4 Public Speak
lng Club 4 Cedar Berry 3
Careers Club 4 Boxing 4
Esperanto Club 4 S P
W 3 4
EMMA BERNET-She makes
honest toll her greatest
pleasure Typing Club 1
Banking Club 2 3 Duces
Class Secretary 2 4 Hock
ey 4 Volley Ball 2 3 4
Baseball 4, Basketball 4
French Club 2 3 4 Careers
Club 4, Archery 3
HAMADI ABDELLAH Im ln
earnest I will not equlv
ocate I will not retreat a
smgle lnch and I WILL
be heard Glee Club 2 Se
lected Chorus3 Octet 3
Operetta 2 3 Chemlstry
Club 1 2
MAY BAILLIE A sunny lass
who wlns all wlth her
smile Archery 3 V o l 1 e y
Ba 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1
4 Hockey 4 Baseball 1 2
3 4 Operetta 2 Glee Club
I 2 Careers Club 4 Track
ln structure and renown
Football 2 3 4 Basketball
3 Track 1 2 3 4 Captain
4 Baseball 2 3 Wrestlln
1 3 4 Wrestllng Club 4
President 4 Tumbling
Club 3 4 Presldent 3 4
Student Council 2
Vlce President 4 G 1 e e
Cheerleader 2 Chairman
of Magazine Sale 4 Duces
Populi 2 4 Boosters Club
4 Students Day Principal
4 S P W 4 Esperan o
ANNA BLUMBERG A con
tented mind ls a contln
ual feast-Glee Club 1 3
Selected Chorus 4 Hockey
3 4 Volley Ball 3 4 Home
Economics Club 4 French
Club 1 2 3 Library Club
1 4, Esperanto Club 4
Banking Club 1, Archery
3, Basketball 4, Careers
CLASS OF 1937
MICHAEL BORGA Be silent
and safe silence never be
trays you None
FRANK BUCHANAN Hon
esty manhood and good
fellowship those are the
things ln llte Baseball 1
2 3 Manager 3 Football
1 3 Track 3 4 Duces Po
pull 2 4 President 4 Stu
dent Police 4 Captain 4
Student Council 4
OLEDA BURTON Laughing
cheerfulness throws sun
light on all the paths of
ll!wVolley Bal 1 2 3 4
Archery 3 Basketball 1 2
3 4 Soccer 1 Hockey 2 3
4 Track l 2 3 4 Baseball
1234 Glee Clubfl2 Se
lected Chorus 4 Operetta
Library Club 3 4
Spelling Club 1 3 4 Cedar
Berry 4 Cedar Chest 4
Spelling Team 4 Boosters
Club 4 Duces Popull 4
SPW 3 4 Glrls Varsity 4
ARTHUR CANAPE Haste
makes waste-why hurry'P
Rifle Club 1 2 Football
A rolling stone gathers no
moss Rifle Club4 Avxa
tlon Club4 Rad10 Club
4 Vlce Pre-s1dent4
EVELYN BUCKHOLZ Her
actions are sufficient to
prove she is efficient-
Glee Club 2 Operetta 2
Llbrary Club 2 3 Volley
Ball 4 Careers Club 4
French Club 4 Esperanto
SYLVIA CAIOLA Wlrltllng
IS her way and pleasant ls
her smile Volley Ball 2 3
4 Track 2 3 4 Archery 3
MORRIS CAYER-In every
thlng one must consider
the end Wrestling Team
4 Careers Club4 Duces
Twelw THE CEDAR CHEST
D O R I S CHAMBERLAIN
Gentle of speech benefl
clent of mind Llbrary
Club l 3 4 Careers Club
EUNICE CLAYTON Sllence
reigns ln active bralns
Glee Club l 2 3 4 Volley
NELSON CORNELL He d
rather hug maxnsall
than any glrl None
ROBERT DILKS Do your
best and leave the rest
What s the use of worry
lng'P Football l 2 3 4
Track 3 4, Glee Club 2
Selected Chorus 3 4 Or
Club 1 2, French Club 2 3,
Octet 3 4, Duces Popull
2 4, Operetta 2 3 4 Christ
mas Pla: 3 4 Esperanto
Club 4 Band 4, Cedar
Berry 4 Orchestra Man
JANET CHAMBERLAIN T
know how to hlde one s
ablllty ls great sklll-Glee
Club 2 3 4 Operetta 2 3 4
Basketball 3 H o c k e y 3
Careers Club 4 Archery
man of hope and forward
looklng Llbrary Club 1 2
Football 2 Class Treasur
er 2 Duce PODUII 2 4
Orchestra 2 3 4 Tumbllng
Club 3 4 Band 4 Cedar
Chest 3 4 Cedar Berry 3
4 Operetta 3 F r e n
Club 3 4 Track 3 4
IRMA DANZKAY Genius 15
ever secret to itself Dra
matlc Club 2 Glee Club 3
Operetta 3 4 French Club
2 3 4 Typing Club 1 Ca
reers Club 4 Soccer 2
Christmas Play 4 Volley
Ball 4 Duces Popull 4
Cedar Berry 4 Esperanto
HARRY DUCKWORTH Full
of sound and fury Oper
etta 1 2 3 4 Backetball 3
4, Tumbling Club 3 4,
Glee Club l 2, Selected
guartet 3 4 Trlo 2, Track
CLASS OF 1937 Thwteen
JEAN DUNN A good hearts
worth gold Class Vlce
President 1 Glee Club 1
Selected Chorus 4 Oper
etta 3 4 French Club 2 3
Boosters Club 2 3 4
Duces Populi 2 4 Drama
tic Club 1 Journalism
2 Public Speaking Club
4 Spelling Club 1 Debat
ing Club 1
HARRIET ELMS Dlffldent
modest and shy Volley
Ball 2 3 4 Esperanto Club
4 Archery 3 Track 4
ROBERT FOSTER-Still wa
ter runs deep Track 3 4
Varsity 3 4 Class Vxce
President 4 Football 2 3
Science Club 2 Careers
Club 4 Esperanto Club 4
MARION GARLAND-She 1
a maiden bright and gay
Glee Club l 2 3 4 Oper
etta 1 2 3 4 Girls Chorus
3 4 Hockey 2 3 4 Base
b ll 3 4 Basketball 3 4
Volley Ball 3 4 Exchange
Committee 4 Art Beacon
3 4 Asslstant Editor 3
Archery3 S P W 234
py am I from care I m
free' Why arent they all
contented like me'J
chestra 3 4 Esperanto 4
Careers Club 4 Track 4
Dramatic Club 2 Band 2
GENEVA EVANS A delight
ful combination of dlll
pence and mlschlef Glee
Club 1 3 4 Archery 2 O
cretta 3 4 Basketball 1 4
Vol ey Ball 1 2 3 4 Cap
tain 3 4 Duces Populi 4
PHYLLIS GAITER A cheer
ful person lives long ln
our memorv Library
Club 2 4 French Club 3
Vollef Ball 4
maiden has no tonzue but
thought Library Clubl
Fourteen THE CEDAR CHEST
ounce of mirth is worth a
pound of sorrow Library
Club 2 Hockey 2 3 Arch
ery 3 Track 2
DORIS 1-IEBELER Pleasure
and action make the
hcurs seem short Volley
3 4 Basketball 4 Hockej
4 Glee Club 1 2 Careers
Club 4 Operetta 1 2
MAE HILBERT A merry
heart maketh a full coun
tenance -Cedar Berry 2 3
Associate Edltor 4 Cedar
Chest 3 4 Journahsm 1 2
34 Bankers Club34
Glee Club 1 4 Boosters
Club3 Secretary 4
French Club 2 3 4 Library
Club 1 2 3 4 Presxdent 4
Girls Varsity 2 3 Soccer 1
Volley Ball 1 2 3 4 Bas
ketball Manager 1 Track
1 Manager 2 3 Baseball
1 2 3 4 Student Day Ll
brarlan 4 Duces Populi 4
Operetta. 1 4
ARTHUR HORNER One
good fact is better than a
shlpload of arguments
Cross Country 4 Track 4
HENRY HAHN A happy
way a winning smile 1
all a friend thats a friend
worth whlle Football 1 2
3 4 Track 2 4 Baseball 2
Tumbllng 4 B o x ln g 4
Archery Club 2 4 Glee
Club 1 2 3 4
ROBERT HENSLER, Give
me time Rome was not
built ln a day Operetta
Duces Populi 1
Journallsm 1 L 1 b r a r y
Club 1 Football 3 Bas
ketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2
'1'rack3 Glee C1ub2
Golf Club 4
EDGAR HIRSHBLOND Hall
fellow Well met Library
Club 1 2 French Club 2
3 4 Public Speaking Club
Football 1 2 3 4 Bas
ketball 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2
3 4 Varslty 3 4 Captain
4 Duces P pull 4 S P
W 3 4
GERTRUDE HUHN I never
have much to say but I
do a lot of thinking
Vo ley Ball 1 2 3 4 Bas
ketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1
2 3 4 Hockey 2 3 4 Glee
CLASS OF 1937
heres a gem so rare
girl with beautiful hair
Basketball 2 3 4
WILLIAM IRONS-Oh why
should life all labor be'
Football 1 2 3 4 Varslty 1
3 4 Basketball 1 2 4 Var
slty 2 4 Baseball 1 Track
3 4 Varslty 3 4
WILMER JOHNSON Little
chlldren love to play blg
ones all the more so
BEULAH KNOX A qulet
tongue bespeaks a Wise
head Glee Club
lected Chorus 3 4 Oper
etta 1 2 3 4, Girls Chorus
1-2-3-4' Hockey-2-3-43 Bas-
ketball-3-4: M a n a g e r-4:
Volley Ball-4' Baseball-4'
French Club-2-4' Bankers
Club-1-2: Duces Populi-4'
Cedar Chest-4: Class Sec-
retary-1' Class Vice Presi-
ICHARD IRONS Opinion
m good men is but knowl
edge ln the making L1
brary Club 1 2 Aviation
Club 2 3 4 Science Club
2 3 4 Esperanto Club 4
Duces Popu1i4 Tumblxng
WINIFRED IRONS She
tells you flatly what her
rnlnd 1S Volley Ball 1 2
3 4 Archery 3 4 Soccer 1
Basketball 1 2 3 4 B a s
ba, 1234 Hockey234
Track Manager 3 Home
Economics Club 4
ERBERT KAROL Silence
ls deep as Eternity speech
is shallow as Time Chess
and Checkers 1 Football
2 Art Beacon 3 4 Cedar
Chest 4 Careers Club 4
Track 2 3 4
DOROTHY LANDIS Good
things come in s m all
Club-3-43 P r e s 1 d e n t-4'
Volley Ball-4' BaseBall-3-
4' Track-3-4' Dramatic
Falnt heart never won falr
lady Football 3 4 G l ee
Club 3 Golf Club 4 Class
Treasurer 4 Boosters Club
4 Careers Club 4 Track
HUGH McDEVITT If argu
ment were electrlclty h
be a powerhouse Glee
Club 3 4 Spelling Club 1
2 3 4 Spelling Team 3 4
Operetta 4 Boosters Club
4 Duces Popull 2 Foot
ball 2 3 Track 2 3 Class
Vlce President 3 4 Cedar
Chest 4 Public Speaking
Club 4 French Club 3 4
ROY MERIDEW What
should a man do but be
merry -Glee Club
lected Chorus 3 4 Operet
ta 2 3 4 Football 4 Cheer
leader 3 Track 4 Public
Speaking Club 4 Octet 3
4 Boosters Club 4 Quar
tet 4 Christmas Play 4
ROSE MEYERS-She has the
keynote to good manners
be natural Basketball 1
Soccer 1 Baseball 1 Vol
ley Ball 1 Glee Club 1
Dramatic Club 1 2 Debate
Duces Popull 2 4 Cedar
Chest 4 Careers Club 4
Bankers Club 2 3 4 S P W
L l b r a r y Club 1
Cheerleader 4 Esperanto
Club 4 Archery Club 3
Art Beacon Staff 3 Jour
THE CEDAR CHEST
RICHARD MAY We are
never so happy or so un
hal'-lPY as we suppose
Library Club 2 Boxing 2 3
4 Track 4
OLIVE MCLAUGHLIN Prettv
to walk with Wltty to talk
wlth and pleasant too to
think on Hockey 2 Base
ball 2 Basketball 2 Glee
Club 2 4 Boosters Club 4
eretta34 Publ c
Soeaklng Club 4 D u c e s
MORRIS MEYERS I am but
what I am no more
less Basketball 2
HERBERT MILLER Con
tentment IS better than
rlches Football 1 2 3 4
Manager 4 Basketball 1 2
3 4 Track 3 4 Wrestling
3 4 Tumbling Club 4
CLASS OF 1937
RUTH MOYER Nothlng
valuable can be lost b
taking ones time Latin
Club 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 4
Spelling Club 2 3 4 C
lee s Club 4 Hockey 2
ALICE OLSEN Perfection i
the point at which she al
ways alms -Student Coun
cll 1 2 3 4 Secretary 3
Vlce Presldent 4 Gle
Club 1 2 Selected Chorus
3 4 Operetta, 1 2 3 4 Girls
Chorus 4 French Club 2
4 Duces Populi 2 4 C
xeers Club 4 Esperanto
Club 4 Cedar Berry 2
Hockey 2 Volley Ball 2
WILLIAM PERRY I do 1101:
care one straw Glee Club
1 2 3 Selected Chorus 4
Tumbling 2 3 4 Wrestllng
Radio Club 2 3 4
Rifle Club 4 Quartet 3
lence ls more musical than
song Chess dz Checker
Club 1 Esperanto 4 Duces
Popul14 Junior Blrdmen
RALPH NEWMAN An even
disposition makes many
friends Llbrary Clubr 1
Track 1 2 3 4 Varsity 2 3
4 Basketball 1 2 3 Foot
ba 1 2 3 4 Varsity 2 3
4 French Club 2 Wrest
l1ng23 Boxing 234
Rifle Club 4 Tumbling
VIVIAN PAGE-A sunny dls
positions worth more than
gold Glee Club 1 2 S
lected Chorus 3 4 Operet
ta 1 2 3
JOSEPH POSCHL I have
spent my llfe laborlously
dolng nothlng Orchestra
1 2 3 4 Asst Llbrarlan 4
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Varsity
4 French Club 2 3 4 Es
peranto 4 Science Club 4
Careers Club 4 Baseball 2
3 Football 1
that marcel' Long may it
wave Basketball 1 2 3
Checker Club 1 Junior
Blrdmen 3 Cross Country
4 Track 4 Careers Club 4
Esperanto 4 Duces Populi
Eighteen, THE CEDAR CHEST
ROBERT RUTAN Honor
l1es ln honest toll Wrest
lmg 3 4 Track 3 4 Duces
Populx 4 Student Pollce 4
Turnbllng Club 4 Secre
tlons speak louder than
words Football 2 3 4
Varslty 2 3 4 Basketball 2
3 4 Varslty 4 Baseball 2
Track 2 3 4 VRISIIV 2 3 4
Boosters Club 4 D u c e s
Populi 3 4 Cedal Berry 4
GEORGE SCHRADER Hand
some IS as handsome does
Football 1 2 3 4 Varsity
3 4 Basketball 1 2 Base
ball 1 2 Track 2 3 4 Var
sltv 3 4 Golf 4 Tumblmg
2 4 Wrestlmg 4 Sclence
Club 3 4 Duces Popull 3
4 Boosters Club 4 French
C l u b 2 3 4 President 4
Vlce President Class 1 2
Glee Club 1 2 Selected
Chorus 3 4 Chrlstmas Play
R O B E R T SHATSNIDER
Pxmcwle 15 erer nu mott
not expedlency Banklnf'
1 2 3 Football 3 4 Track
JAMES RYAN Sllence is
the most perfect herald
of oy Football 1 2
Wrestlmg 4 Careers Club
4 Esperanto Club 4
FRANK SCHOOLS Scho0l2
I suppose its a necessary
eyll Esperanto 4
HARTSON SEXTON Llttle
sald rs soonest mended
Football 2 3
EDGAR SLACK Persevel
ance shall bflllg, results
Football 1 2 3 4 Varslty 4
Glee Club 12 Selected
Quartet 4 Orchestra 1 2 3
4 Student Councll 1 2 3
4 Presldent 4 Operetta
1 2 3 4 Chrlstmas Play 1
2 3 4 Duces Popull 2 4
CLASS OF 1937
MURIEL SPEARS-Her voice
was ever soft gentle and
low an excellent thing
ln Woman Banklngl
Careers Club 4 SPW 3 4
FRANKLIN THEN I d ra
ther be right than Presl
dent Football 1 2 3 4
Varsity 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2
3 4 Varsity 1 2 3 4 Bas
ketball 1 2 3 4 Varsity 2 3
4 Track 3 4 Varsity 3 4
Glee Club 1 2 Selected
Chorus 3 4 Operetta 1 2 3
4 Christmas Play 1 2 3 4
Octet 4 Triple Quartet 2
Cedar Chest 1 2 3 4 Busl
ness Manager 3 4 Cxrcula
tion Manager 4 C e d a r
B rry 3 Circulation
Manager 4 Duces Populi 2
4 Secretary 2 Boosters
Club 3 Student Police 4
ARNOLD TVERSKY A man
of rrany words and many
deeds Orchestra 1 2 3
Boosters Club 2 3 4
Vice President 3 4 Debat
ing Team 1 2 Captain 2
Public Speaking 1 2 3 4
Presxdent 4 Class Presl
dent4 Class Pres1flq1ABzd
dent 2 3 4 Cedar Chest 1
4 Duces Populi 2 4 Ll
brary Club 1 Track 1 2
Football 1 French Club 2
3 4 Careers Club 4 S PW
3 4 Band 4
ideas are bigger than my
words Radio Club 1 2
Debating Club 2 Glee
Club 2 Glee Club 1 Or
chestra 1 Cedar Berry 2 3
4 R1t1e Club 4 Track 2 3
4 Journalism 2 3 Science
Club 3 Careers Club 4
ANNA STAPLES-Modesty l
the handmaid of virtue
Volley Ball 1 2 Art Bea
con 3 4
MIRTH TUF'I'S A twinkling
e bespeaks merry
heart good words a, noble
one Tvplng Team 1 Glee
Club 1 2 Spelling 'Ieam 2
3 4 Selected Chorus 3 4
Cedar Chest 3 4 Banking
Club 1 2 French Club 3 4
V Pres 4 Glrls Chorus4
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Volley
Ba 1 2 3 4 Manager 4
Baseball 3 4 Duces Populi
2 4 Treasurer 4 Student
Council 3 4 Cedar Berry
34 SPW 4 Track Man
aqer 3 Girls Varsity 3 4
RUTH VAN DUZER.-Bashful
but give her a. chance
Vo ley Ball 1 2 3 4 Bas
ketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1
234 Track1234 Arch
er Club234 Rdln
Club 4 Vice Presldent 4
Glee Club 1 2 Glrls Chor
us 4 Selected Chorus 3 4
O eretta1234 Grls
Varsity 2 3 4
CLARENCE WARE I have
ments I witness and walt
Track 2 3 Esperanto 4
Twenty THE CEDAR CHEST
SHIRLE WHITEMAN I have
a. heart with room for
every Joy Student Coun
cll 2 3 4 French Club 2 3
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track
2 4 Duces Populi 3 4
Spelling 4 Esperanto 4
Archery 2 S PW 3 4 Ce
dar Berry 3 4 Cedar Chest
3 4 Careers Club 4
EDNA WRIGHT Laughing
IS contagious so dont get
near me Glee Club 1 2 3
Selected Chorus 4 Oper
etta 2 4 Spelling Club 2
Volley Ball 1 2 4 Esperan
to 4 Careers Club 4 Ll
brary Club 4 SPW 3 4
WILLIAM ZIEMER Altho
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VICTOR WOERMER, Women
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ERNEST ZIEMER Far above
all tumult and all strife
Football 1 Basketball 1
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SFNIORS FLF4 l AS
Most handsome boy W1ll1am Ze1mer
Quletest boy Robert Foste1
Best bov mus1e1an Alnold TVGISKY
Best bov athlete F10ll'lIl BBISSIQCI
B st 011 s d boy Flo11an Be1se1gel
W1tt est boy Roy MCIIGCW
d1g,n1I1ed boy Herbert Ka1o1
boy d'111ee1 Eogar H1rshblond
populfu boy Flo11f1n Belselgel
bfxshful boy W1lme1 Johnson
t1 kat1ve boy Hugh MCD6V1tt
CIILIC R1cha1d IIOHS
babv Frankhn Schools
Champ1o11 lat com r Rob rt HEHSICI
Best talke1 of n1l Harnadl Abdellah
Old mfui A11ce Olsen
mllel Sylv1a Ca1ol'1
class f11t1st Janet Ch1mbe1la1n
boy pals Jack Beddow and Arnold TV61Sky
boy spo1t James Ryan
Plettlest g11l GIOYIH Ingelsoll
Qu1et1st g11l Ruth Moyer
Best gnl mus1c1a11 A11ce Olsen and
111 athlete Ruth Van Duzer
C'ICSS6d ul Ruth Van Du1e1
fst gul M11th Tufts
d1gn1fied g1rl Beulah Knox
111 dancer Rose Meyers
popular glll-OIIVC MeLaughl1n
bashful 111 Annette Godfley
tallvmve 5111 Do1othy Lfmndls
TL,lChElS pest LGMOIIIG A1rd
pol1t1c1'1n Jack Beddow
11kely to succeed Emma Bernet
B"LChLl01 Axthu1 Canape
Happy go lucky one Roy M6l1dCW
Class would be humoust Ha11y Duckwo1tl1
Best class p1es1de11t A1nold Tvelsky
Best g,11l pals Emma Bernet Irma Danzkay and
Best gul SDO1' W1n1f1ed Irons and Mnth Tufts
Teacl1e1 Ml Wood
Book Gone wlth the Wmd
Actress S1mone S1mone and My1n'1 Loy 1t1eJ
Rfxdlo p1og,1'1m Jell O
Radlo Stal Jack Benny
Subjet P A D
OlChLStl3 Shep F1elds
Song Stardust and Mo0nl1g,ht 'md Shadows
Actor James Stewart and Robelt Taylor
Movmg p1eture Seventh Heaven
B01 e Conce1ted people
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We the Class of 1937 who entered this mstrtutron four years ago suffering
from lack of mental nourishment and rrany other ailments too numerous to mention
subjected ourselves to the faculty and staff for observation and diagnosis After due
delrberatron we were placed upon the operating table and under the skrllful hands of
trained surgeons our many faults and warped ideas were humanely removed and
corrected We have recovered after four years convalescence thanks to the tender
care of these same surgeons and their assistants and many vaccinations against such
dr eases as stupidity selfishness and thoughtlessness Now having recovered our full
strength being well fortified with the sincerity of endeavor and sound of both mmd
and body before our discharge from this beloved institution in gratitude we the
Class of 1937 do nereby bequeath all our worldly goods tand badsb in this our Joint
Last Will and Testament
We do hereby endow and direct that all our Just or unjust debts howsoever
contracted and to whomsoever the same may be due and owing shall be paid rn full
by those under their third year of observation fand who will fellow us within ten days
of our demise?
To the Board of Education our Trustees for their industry in bettering our
environment we leave our humble and hearty thanks for the opportunities with which
they have been so generous
To Mr Edgar M Frnck Sr our supervisor we bequeath our appreciation and
thanks for the help he has so drlrgently given us
To Nathaniel Simmers Detwrler the head surgeon who has tried to remove our
faulty habits as humanely as possible we leave those he didnt quite unroot so that
h may be prouder of hrs patients of 1938
Izzy Hrrshblond leaves his passion for Algeb a I to Edgar Tilton
Nelson Cornell leaves hrs love for uniforms to Harriet Colley who we have
heard has a secret passion for them
Red Tversky and Edgar Slack leave their art of slapprn the bass to Happy
Norris and Bob Rrtter
Frank Then leaves hrs title of the great Woman Hater 10h Yeah'PJ to Bob
Applegate Watch your man Bernie'
After much persuasron Ruth Moyer and Eunice Clayton have kindly consented
to bequeath to Paul Kelly Joe Baiamonte and Fred Hoffman their quiet and reserved
manners We hope youll take advantage of thrs legacy boys
Oscar Duttweiler leaves hrs everlasting laziness to Herman Jurrst The faculty
doesnt think he needs any but he does
That noisy pau Harry Duckworth and Bill Perry leave their chatter to Doris
James and Louise Sonders and gals there will probably be plenty of it.
If you havent noticed Mike Borgas mustache youd better get used to it because
you'll be seeing plenty of it next year. You see Mike has promised to show Art
Carson how to make those little specks of peach fuzz on Arts upper lip into a bristling
Sure Shot Canape leaves his aim especially at chicken thieves to Pete
Joe Poschl and Jean Dunn leave their little puns that their grandparents left
them to Mary Cartella and Arthur Hotaling Jr.
Herbert Karol and George Cornelius who are the future artists of the Sunday
classical section tcartoonsb present a portion of their talent to Howard Carriker who
will now be an editor' who can draw his own pictures.
Ray Markloif leaves his ability to say I dont know to Paul Larsen. It might
do you some good Paul but it always got Ray into trouble.
Hugh McDevitt leaves his are of proving teachers wrong whether they are or not
to William Bing Wallace.
Richard May one of our champion give and take artists tboxers to you?
leaves his technique to Don Stratton. A good punch comes in handy now and then
Roy Merridew leaves his clowning to Leroy Hibbs. We like Roy's clowning, but
it is for Miss Marcellus truly to appreciate, so watch out, Leroy.
Morris Meyers decrees his art of talking in Room B without getting caught by
Mr. Wood which is quite an art, to Herbert Claxton.
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of assets fand a twinkle in her eye to booth bequeaths them to Phil Augustmo Al
Baranyay and Alice Baillie share and share alike
Arthur Socolow Wee Collins and Bob Buntain are the lucky legatees of Bob
Fosters ability of pickin his eet up n layn em down bountifully
B111 Irons devises his hieh scoxing in basketball to George Garthwaite and Joe
Grover These boys should be the answer to Mr Daltons prayer for next years Five
Wilmer Johnson the Romeo of the class of 37 helps out Alton Estomm by
leaving him his technique Better lock your balcony windows girls Romeo is loose
Henry Hahn devises his electrical ability to Manning Clayton Wilson Newman
and William Wallace We hope you will be a great help to Mr Miller now boys
Richard Irons one of the few remain ng old guard Republicans leaves his LOVE
of Democrats to Art Fellner Heres to some hot and heavy arguments in P A D
class Mr Wood
LEMOIHS Aird bequeaths his ability to sell operetta tickets to Jack Kirkman We
look forward to an S R O sign at the future operettas
James Ryan a math student se ond only to Einstein has consented to leave
Marty Abdellah disagreeing as usual leaves his incessant dissension to Bert
Grant who is already well endowed with a disagreeing nature Youd better look out
teachers troubles on its way
Moriis Cayer Duke Hornei and Herbert Miller are good enough to part with
some of their courtesy to Tommy Fnmin and Fred Britton Come on girls with this
added attraction these boys will be irresistible
Jack Beddow the great Spanish athlete gives Harriet Hotaling his secret to
stardom we hope it will do YOU some good Pat
Emma Beinet is leaving a part of her knowledge and common sense to Nan
Saunderson Bernie Frech Geoige Grimm and George Sohnlein We hope there is
enough for each
Francis Ward 1S the lucky recipient of Oleda Burtons pleasing disposition
Anna Blumberg doesnt wish the school to be too calm next year so she has
asked that her flightiness b left to Dorothy Werner Nora Rush Joe Russo Maryorie
Dow Jack Foster Beatrice Berdigoil' and Mary Kay Old Indian Tom wont recognize
his alma mater after this
Ralph Newman never on time lor roll call leaves his tardiness to Dorothy
Andrew Riccardi that quiet little boy in Room B leaves his bashfulness to Julius
Hoberman who is no shrinking violet.
Little Bob Rutan champion tall-story teller consented to leaving just a little of
his ability to exaggerate to Jack Milne who isnt so bad himself.
Frank Buchanan bequeaths his charming manner to Mid Forrester.
Conductor Schrader leaves his baton and second fiddle to Jake Pyenson who
can now swing it.
Wee Willie Schiller leaves a. variety of excuses for being absent to George
McLaughlin another often homesick boy. We trust that they ll come in handy George.
Big Boy Schools who is always spilling ink leaves his leaky fountain pen to
Bob Martin. Better luck Bob.
Bill Ziemer worlds greatest scenery shifter leaves his technique to Connolly
Sonny Beiseigel endows Jack LaFleur with his ability to expand his chest.
Here goes Tarzan LaFleur.
May Baillie nd Geneva Evans willingly part with their habit of blushing to
Charlotte Ewart and Margaret Feder tvio very cool cucumbers.
Doris Chamberlain and Shirle Whiteman bequeath their aversion to oral talks
to Ethel Fishman who has quite a gift of gab.
Janet "Rembrandt" Chamberlain devises her ability to paint in oils to Emma
Muller, already quite an artist.
Gladys Smith is the lucky legatee of Irma Danzkay's many attractive coiffures.
With these hairdresses you should be ravishing, Gladys.
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Geneva Evan s
Lex erla Grlmes
Ruth Van Duzer
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To play an Instrument
To be prompt
Pro baseball player
Lawyers son ln law
Second Frank Buck
Second Mary M
Worlds champ manager
To be perfect
Lunch wagon proprietor
N A Commander
To be looked up to
To leaxe Bayvllle
F 85 M graduate
To fmmsh an oral talk
To get through school
Manual training teacher
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One man band
Happy go lucklness
Mr Lewls hel
Hltchmg to Lakehurst
Walking with Doris
Sit down please
I dont thlnk so
What w1ll I do now?
It all depends
I dont know
O K Chief
O K my friend
Where s Perkins
Youd be surprised
When I was in Pittsburgh
Aw Mlss Marcellus'
I dldnt say anything
Dont be silly
Darn lf I know
It aint legal
Where IS that man'l
Flx rt up for me W1llya"
Wheres Mr Detwllero
Doln anything tonight?
I dldn t do nothin
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I cant do that
Oh I forgot
Ill klll that so and so
Have you seen Marlon
Oh Mr Johnson
Dont ask me
I guess so
Hold it please
I wont move
I was absent
My g1rl friend
You see its this way
Paper this week?
I read once where
Honest Im not kidding
I dont know
You know what?
Over in Seaside
Thats what you thlnk
I dldnt say anything
Ice cream cones
Clrcus fstrong man!
P A D teacher
W P A worker
Baillie Beauty Parlor
Clrcus strong man
Flrst woman President
Wlfe vs secretary
Forked Rlver general store
Comic strlp artist
Trolley car conductor
Pro track star
Tooth paste ad model
Principal of T R
Hula hula dancer
H H Supt
Owner of a harem
Night club hostess
House of Davld
Ladles Aid Society
Second Walter Wlnchell
Mayor of Seaside Park
Slt down striker
Warden of Sing Sing
Calling all cars
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Hurry Hurry Hurry for the first trip of the Toms River Super Clipper Ship
leaving for Philadelphia New York etc' Here you are Sonny a seat right by the
window No shoving please lots of room for all' Hey you quit shoving that lady
or you wont ride at all Oops' Im very sorry sir tWhew' that was Tiger Cayer
woilds champion wrestlerll
A great whirr of throttles and motors and we were on' How strange to be
whirling through space at this tremendous rate of speed' To make it even more
thrilling three air hostesses att nded to our every need and desire especially as they
were all Toms River grads from the class of 37 Doris Chamberlain Janet Chamberlain
and Annette Godfrey
'Ih voice of the announcer Mr Frank Schools came to us through a loud
speaker in the main lounge of the huge transport
You are now passing over Trenton New Jersey at the right you will observe
the beautiful and stat ly mansion of our recently elected governor the Hon Arnold
Tversky who was elected to that responsible position through the untrring efforts and
political strategy of his fiery talkative and shrewd manager Mr Jack Beddow who was
rewarded by being giv n the position of Secretary of State in the Governors Cabinet
A little to the left may be noticed he spires of Philadelphia and right in the
center 1S the tow r of the n w City Hall Building which is one of the most remarkable
known Mr Frank Buchanan assisted by Mr Herbert Karol who by the Way still
resides in Toms River The actual construction was under the supervision of Mr
Richard Irons who gained recognition upon complet1on of the magnificent Barnegat
Bay Bridge We wil pass low enough so that you may observe the mtricate artwork
and fancy murals that were done by none other than our own Mr Marti Abdellah
We are now nearing Newark New Jersey where we shall stop overnight for
service repairs If sou will Just step into that fancy sightseeing bus over there fth1S
bus is one of many that are owned by Mr J ck Wainwright and Mr Clarence Ware who
upon forming their partnership have made a great success of the business? we will
continue our tour into New York City by motor
Here we are ladi s nd gentlemen on Fifth Avenue now the most fashionable
street in New York On the 11ght is the ultra modern womens shop which is
conducted by Miss Ramona Ba 1 one of the leading stylists of the day Her models
the most eflicxent that can be had are the Misses Muriel Spears Anna Staples Mrs
William Zeimer ttlre former Shule Whit man? wife of the famous authority on
Interior Decorating and last but not least Miss Edna Wright who is one of the best
mannequins in the countrs The officer on the traffic corner by the way IS Sergeant
A. Canape who IS one of New Yorks most eiiicient policemen. On the right 1S the
remodeled Empire State Building which has been under the management of Ryan and
Shatsnider Co. Inc. for the last five years and has experienced a. vast increase of
business becaus of that fact. We will now stop at the smartest night club in New
York Tomahawk Cafe owned by Mr. Bob Hensler.
Why hello Miss Hebeler! Oh pardon me. I forgot' you re now the Wife of Mr.
Ernest Zeimer noted painter.
Hand your tickets to the cashier Miss Dot Landis as you enter. That
scintillating rhythm emerging from the orchestra pit is produced by none other than
Zip Poschl and his Indian Rhythm Makers. Do you recognize any of the band?
Sure you do. Theres first trumpet player George Cornelius and second trumpet
player Osca.r Duttweiler' Edgar Slack is that energetic player with the bass fiddle
while right nearby may be seen Robert Dilks trombone player who has succeeded
Tommy Dorsey as the leading trombonist in the country. Lets listen to the vocal
refrains of the Imperial Quartet. Well Well! Whats this? More Toms River Alumni?
Theres Roy Meridew the handsome crooner who is also a, radio singer in his own
right' Harry Duckworth the naming red-head of good old school days' the amiable
George Schrader' and look! Slack also sings in the quartet. Ah! what sweet music!
But whats this? A floor show? Well knock me down with a feather if it isnt that
famous dancing team Rose Meyers and Edgar Hirshblond who have just returned
from an extensive tour abroad.
Leaving the "Tomahawk Cafe," we departed for the Metropolitan Hotel. Imagine
our surprise, when, upon entering it, we discovered that it was under the direction of
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the only woman hotel manager in New York Miss Emma Bernet As we were
registering our names in the hotel we happened to look at the desk clerk who was
none other than the dapper MOYTIS Meyers
We went to
consistmg of Irma
today Jean Dunn
highest rank and
kept the aud1ence
the new Horner Theatre the most famous cinema palace lh the
where we saw the Broadway Melody of 1947 with an all star cast
Danzkay the most alluring and charming personallty on the screen
who has at last won recogmtion as an all around performer of the
the famous comedy team of Henry Hahn and Le MOIDB Alrd who
rolling 1n the aisles with th uproarous fun wh1ch they added to
the plcture The villain was played by the famous Franklin Then who has become
famous as a dramatic actor of no mean calibre As we were discussing them aloud
in the theatre we were rudely interrupted by an usher who told us to remain quiet
the usher being none other than W1ll1am Schiller who looked handsome mdeed ln h1S
bright sh1ny un1form
The show over we went for a drive through the str ets of New York We had
not gone far when we ran out of gas and were forced to stop at a nearby service
station The Smlllng energetic court ous man who came out and sald How many
please? was none other than the quiet M1ke Borga who had developed a fairly large
business for himself
With a full tank of gas WJ we cont1nued our motor trip As we drove along we
were attracted by
on a soap box l
we found the sp
current topics of
across the stre t
a large throng that was mllling around a speaker who was standing
ttinff off team to use a slangy expression Upon closer lnspection
aker to b our own B111 Irons who was expoundmg his views on
the day We didnt stay long however because a familiar name
saught our eye It was the new oflic of the American Tourists
Gulde whlch was managed by nautically minded Nelson Cornell who had as h1s chlef
consultant W1ll1e Perry There were three people at the information desk at the
tlme carrying luggage They turned to look at us as We entered and imagine our
complete surprise vhen we b held the Misses Eunice Clayton Anna Blumberg and
Evelyn Buckholz three hard workmg stenograph rs who were spending a well earned
Foster famous coffee planter The girls had planned to sa1l on the palatlal yacht of
Mr W1lmer Johnson well known head of a large investment corporation We talked
later w1th Wilmer and asked him if any of our old classmates worked for him He
sa1d that Victor Woermer after workmg his way up from the ranks of office boy had
Just been made Treasur r of the corporation while Dick Boutlllette was President of the
Board of Directors and Hartson S xton was second VICE plesldent The corporations
office force by the way consisted of many students from the old class of 37 Among
them were Sylv1a Caiola nead of the filing department and Gertrude Huhn Mae
Ba1ll1e and Oleda Burton Wllmers favorlte secretarles
Very weary we returned to our hotel Ior a night of rest Our sleep however was
short lived because of an mcessant clamoring and banging ln the suit drrectly above
us We went up to see what the rumpus was about only to find that there was a gala
party in full swing We intended to stop such unnecessary noise but this plan was
abandoned when we d1scovered who was at the party Youd never guess' Mr and
Mrs Richard May were glvmg the party tMrs May IS the former Vivian Page
remember her'PJ for Andrew Riccardl cel bratlng his attammg h1s new government
appointment as Ambassador to Utopla Smging merrily at the party also were Mirth
Tufts well known society ed1tor of the New York Times Mae Hilbert prominent
soclal worker from Albany who had just returned from a sojourn across the pond
accompanled by her assistant Miss Harriet Elms and Allce Ols n famed conductor
of the New York Symphony Orchestra lyou probably know that she wlll be married
to Zip Poschl Swing Mae trol Also among those present were Ralph Newman and
Herbert M1ller renowned figures in the sports world Ralph being one of the stellar
members of the New York Giants Football team while Herb 1S manager of the New
York A C Last but not least we met Lieutenant Commander Robert Rutan recently
appointed to the Lakehurst Naval Air Stat1on After exchanging greetlngs with each
one of them we entered an elevator to return to our suite to get some shut eye' As
we entered the elevator we were astonished to find our old frlend Oscal Rosenberg
actmg as offlclal operator of sa1d vehlcle
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
George Garthwarte and Paul Kelly were re elected thrs year to fill the oiiices of
p srdent and treasurer Wee Colllns and Olga Contl were 1 cted vlce presldent and
s cretary Charles Blernbaum was the new Junlor student council member The
Jumor home room teachers were Mrs Ewart Mxss Mulcahy Mlss Marcellus and Mr
S1nce ladxes come before gentlemen the jumor glrls won the hockey champron
shxp and srnce the gentlemen of the Junlor class do play an lmportant part m the
alfaxrs of the school We must mention Bob Applegate basketball captarn and Jack
Mllne our Ulllel'
The final Ju.n1or event of the year was the annual Prom Manny Lazare and hls
Tempo Jesters provrded the musrc for thxs uance and the Jumors ended the year wlth
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Most Handsome Boy
Most Popular Bo
Most Popular Glrl
Best Dressed Boy
Best Dressed Girl
Most Studlous Boy
Most Studlous Gxrl
Arthur Van Scholck
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Presrdent Rob rt Buchanan Vxce President Fred Gesser Secretary
Rebecca Breslow Treasurer MarJor1e Puller Student Councll Ira
Smrth Jean Oxner Bernard Carroll
Present1ng"' The sophomore class dolngs 01 1936 1937
Led by thelr Presldent Bob Buchanan the sophs have made thls year a busy
one havlng flgured promlnently ln Toms Rlvers act1v1t1es
They gave a very colorful and successful Chrlstmas Ball to the freshmen
whole school cortrlbuted
In the operetta the sophomores were well represented Katherme Havens Rebecca
Breslow Patrlcla Goble Letltla Page and Bob Buchanan havmg some of the leadmg
roles Also the sophomores presented a play Enter the Hero dlrected by Bob
Buchanan The characters were portrayed by Krtty Havens Pat Goble Elame
Coddmgton and Jlmmy Newman
Seven of the sophomore boys 1ece1ved varsrty football letters Th1s IS the largest
number of letters ever presented to sophomores ln Toms Rlver Hlgh School Some
of our boys were also on the varsity basketball and baseball teams ThlS sprmg they
vsorked hard on track, and expect to keep the class well represented there too
After two successful years the sophs are expectxng two even more successful ones
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SOPHOMORE ELECT AS
Best Looklng Boy
Most Popular Glrl
Most: Popular Boy
Most Concexted G1r1
Most Concelted Boy
Class Casanova .............. .................................. Fre d Gesser
Class Comedian ............................................
. Robert Young
One who has done most for class ........................ Robert Buchanan
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Nelson Rlccardl Albert Gravatt Wxlllam Pasco James Peck and David Veeder
Organlz d dunng late Dec mber the class of 40 elected James Peck as presldent
W111 am Pasco vlce pres1dent Davld Veeder s cretary and Nelson R1ccard1 treasurer
As class colors b'ue and gold w re chosen and the whlte carnatlon was picked for
the results of the school magazme sale ln the fall a freshman boys room Won the prlze
rad1o for ilrst place and a freshman glrls room ran a close second
On December 15th the sophomore class gave the annual party to the freshmen
and the class of 40 recrprocated wxth a Cxrcus Party ln the gymnasxum on Aprrl 2nd
The Freshman class boasts two trlos one IS composed of boys the other glrls
The members of the glrls are first soprano Helen Byrne second soprano Elsle T1ce
alto Ruth Slack In the boys trlo are Ol1ver Tllton tenor Davld Veeder baritone,
James Peck bass
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Best Glrl Athlete
Best Boy Athlete
Most Handsome Boy
Most Popular G1r1
FRESHMAN ELECT AS
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The Student Councll IS the stuc nt repre ntatlwe body whlch governs the
students There are fxve semors four Junlors three sophomores and twc freshmen
These representamves are elected dlrectly by the1r class members A member serves
for the remamder of h1S year 1n hlgh school
The regular dutles of members e to supervls the students as th y pass to
and from as mbly and to take care of all truancy 'md mlsdemeanor cases
The oflicers for 1936 37 were
Presxdent Edgar Slack
VICE President Allce Olsen
Secretary Jean Oxner
W1th Miss Costello as 1ts advlser th1s group has accompllshed much thls year
among other thmgs 1f donated twenty flve dollars to the Student Loan Fund The
Student Pol1ce a new orgamzatlon th1S year IS supported by these members They
also brought before the four classes the ldea of havlng each class buy 1tS student
members thelr Student Councll p1ns Th1s plan was accepted and 1S now 1n effect
The rest of the members are
Senlors Shlrle Whlteman Mlrth Tufts Flank Buchanan
Junlors Emma Muller Harold Norr1s Arthur Hotallng Charles B18I'l'1baLlI1'1
Sophomores Ira Smlth Ben Carroll
Freshmen Helen Byrne Al Gravatt
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Presrdent Frank Buchanan
V1ce Presldent Robert Buchanan
Secretary Emma Bernet
Treasurer Mlrth Tufts
The Duces Popull was reorganlzed thls year after a lapse of one year Members
were selected from the four classes by Mr Detwller faculty advlser and the faculty
Meetmgs are held weekly The purpo e of th1s club IS to better condltlons m the
school for the benefit of the students
Much has been accompllshed by the club thxs year It has orgamzed the Student
Police to protect th smaller chlldren at the varlous crossmgs near the school grounds
Rooms A B and C are now open at lunch trme for the beneflt of those students
who do not wlsh to use the cafeterla A radro IS provlded m Room B for their enter
tainment at noon hour
In order to speed up payment of hbrary fines, a student was appomted in each
homeroom to collect them
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Vxce Presxdent-Arnold Tversky
Secretary Mae Hllbert
Membershlp to th1s club lS l1m1te.l to exghteen members These are selected from
semors Junxors and sophomoxes only one freshman 1S e11g1ble Apphcatlons are
dlstrlbuted ln the begmmng of the school yea1 and each applxcant 1S Judged accordmg
to the followmg five quahtles leadershlp dependabxhty respect for prxvate and publlc
property courtesy and scholastlc ab1l1ty
Meetmgs are held on alternatmg Wednesdays at the noon hour Th1S club
under the supervlslon of Mr Detwller the faculty advlser sponsored the first Student
Day on February eleventh Student Day proved to be a huge success and w1ll
undoubtedly be an annual event
Other Worthwhile thmgs have been accompllshed by the Boosters Club such as
the sponsorshlp of S P W CSoclety for the Preventlon of Wallflowersb Whlch held
Weekly meetlngs 1n the gymt A maJor actlvlty h-ms been the advertlsmg of football
basketball and baseball games
All ofncers for the followmg year are elected ln the precedmg term There are
no dues for members of thls club
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'Ihs year the Boosters Club mauguxated Student Day 1n Toms Rlver Hlgn
School On th1s day February 11 th nghesf rankmg pupxls 1n dlfferent subjects
oflic1ated as the teachers The faculty chcse a few students and a commlttee of the
Boosters Club made the final selectlon
The cand1dates for pr1nc1pal were A nold Tversky Frankhn Then Edgar Slack
and Florlan Belselgel After much energetlc campalgnlng by all Sonny won the
V1s1t0rs from nelghbormg schools prmclpals Student Council members and
members of the P T A attended school that day Lakewood Hlgh School gave a
musical program 1n assembly It was such a success that It IS hoped It may become an
The Faculty was
Mr Detw11er Sonny Be1se1ge1
M1ss Marcellus-Emma Bernet Mr Rxegle George Moran
Mrs Ewart-Beulah Knox Mr Davls Reuben Karol
Mr Wood Allce Olsen MISS Blrchey Bob Buchanan
M1ss Mulcahy Jean Dunn 8a Joe FTOSIO Mr Cl1ne Joe Poschl :Sz Dlck Irons
Mr Hoffman George Schrade1 M1ss Storr1e Gladys Smlth
M1ss Chafey-Sylvla Calola Mr W Johnson Arthur Horner
M1ss Costello-Mlrth Tufts M1ss Kellers-Cora Applegate
M1ss Davidson James Peck M1ss Horner Clalre Grover
Mr M1l1er Ernest Zlemer Mr Dalton Charles Brernbaum
Miss Mlller Ruth Van Duzer MISS McLean Mae Hllbert
Mrs Lewls-Emma Muller M1ss Nelson Phyllls Galter 8a Bob Dllks
Mr C Johnson-James Hall Mr Thomas Ralph Newman
Miss Tzlton Oleda Burton Mr Johnston Mannmg Clayton
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Thls IS solely a student orgamzatxon It was orlgmated by the Duces Popull
orgamzed by Frank Buchanan presldent and IS supported by the students
The boys volunteered th 1r free tlme to actmg as pohcemen on the street corners
in the lmmedlate v1c1n1ty of the school They help the small chlldren crossmg the
street and prevent any Jay walkmg Th1s group IS organlzed to prevent accldents from
happenlng around the school
Bob Applegate and Louls Brahn x ere elected captams of the squads One squad
goes out at noontxme and the other after school Both squads are under the captalncy
of Frank Buchanan
The memb rs of th1s orgamzatlon are Peter deM1ege Charles Eckhart Davld
Veeder Dlck Boutlllette Arthur Canape Dlck Rasmussen Franklln Then Louls Brahn
Andrew Gabrlel B111 Murphy Douglas Hayden Leo Burton Howard Carrlker Nelson
Cornell Jack Klrkman Robert Rutan Kenneth Rogers Bob Applegate Wllllam Pasco
and Albert Baranyay
C.LAss OF 1937 FONU-three
President Mae H11b rt
Vice President Edgar Tilton
Secretary Olena Burton
Treasurer Jack Mune
Hlghllght in the Library Club year is the annual trip to New York where places
of interest such as the NBC Broadcasting Studios in Radl0 City the Museums the
Cathedrals and Chins Restaurant are usited
the Iirst half of the period is spent 1n business dxscusslons and 1earn1ng about library
work such as counting and flhng cards checking books in and out and repairmg books
The remainder of the time is spent in playing some kind of a game whlch deals with
books or authors
Each member of the club must work one period a day or its equivalent ln order
to earn a letter He must also pay dues amounting to fifty cents a year These dues
help to buy the magazines whlch are in the library Of the fifty memb rs in the club
thlrty SIX will receive a letter
Miss McLean Librarian, acts as faculty advlser
Meetings are held on alternating Mondays at activities period. At the meetings
The 1937 Cedar Chest was edited by Mirth Tufts with Miss Davidson as faculty
Unlike former years when the Cedar Chest has been chiefly a literary magazine
it is now a year book. This means that it contains many pictures of class club and
athletic activities with short write-ups along with the senior Will prophecy and slams.
There was much discussion as to whether We should have a bound book this year.
Finally it was decided to improve the annual gradually. The first step was to print
a larger book with a stiff cover and heavier paper. The price was raised accordingly
to seventy-five cents a copy.
There was also the question of changing the name as long as the book was being
revised. However it was decided that it had been a name of long standing and as
such is well known and should remain thus.
The method of advertising has also been changed. Instead of selling pages
divided into quarters and eighths each iinancial contributor is given recognition by
having his name printed in a list in the back of the year book as a Patron. The
list of Patrons includes faculty members and students as well as merchants.
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Cedar Berry have been published, and each one seemed to surpass the one before.
Staff members must turn in work for each issue or they are dropped from the
staff. A dope sheet is assigned each month, and a dead line is set for the stories.
The Editor, Howard Carriker, then corrects all material with the help of the two
assistant editors, Mae Hilbert and Doris Fancher, and Miss Davidson, faculty adviser.
The Cedar Berry belongs to the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and
competes with many other papers. The Cedar Berry editor, the associate editors, and
Miss Davidson went to Columbia University as delegates to the Thirteenth Annual
Convention of the Association, March 11, 12, 13. The Cedar Berry was again placed in
the fourth class. However, it missed stepping up to third class by only fifteen out of
one thousand points.
The Cedar Berry has an exchange with about twenty-five school papers from
surrounding schools. All of these exchange papers are on file in room H and may be
used at any free period.
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Journa xsm Clubs I and II are v ry lmportant orgamzatlons ln tl' school as t 5
rra 1tAposs1b'e for the surrounchrg ccmmun1t1es to find out what IS hagppenmg 111 our
s hool The stories of all lnter stmg events are wrltten by the memb rs and publish d
by the Asbury Park P1 ss each Monday
Mr Rudolph lepre ntatlv ot the Asbury Park Press comes each Tu sday at
a tlV1t1ES perxod when the Journahsm I Club m ets He acquamts the m mb rs w1t'1
th routme of a newspaper oflice the h1sto1y of newspaper work and the dlfferent
types of stories
Journahsm II Club meets every Frlday at actrvltxes perlod At th1s t1me the
members make a 11st of the sto les to b covered for that week thls 11st IS posted and
asslgned to mCmb81Q to wute 'Ih stones are tls n hand d ln tc Mlss Storrle Jumor
Enghsh teacher who IS the faculty advlser
There are no dues connected wlth thls club but a letter IS awarded to each
member who IS de ervlng of one and th Asbuly Park Press awards addltlonal honors
to outstandlng wrlters No oliicers are elected for thxs club as thele IS no need of any
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Th1s staff belongs solely to the Art clas es The magazme Art Beacon rs
whclly pubhshed by th m 'Ihev wrxte the matenal do all the art work and d1s
t lbute It
'Ihxs IS only the second year thxs pubhcatlon has been prlnted but It is an
excellently executed Job It lncludes mater 1a1 on sketchmg clothmg famous pamtmgs
and oth r phases of art as well as oligmal cartoons and lrterature
The staff for 1936-37 was.
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The Spelllrg Team under the sup rv1s1on of MISS Mulcahy partlclpated ln two
contests th1s year In the Ocean County Trlangular Contest 1n whlch they were not
very successful Johnny Dautrlch placed second In the contest held at the Pelrce
About 30 puplls lepolted fox the first meetmg but after two ellmxnatlon tests
gxven by Mr Detwller the numbel was leduced to tive spellers and two alternates
The Iinal team conslsted of Mxrth Tufts Oleda Burton John Dautrlch James
Peck and 0l1ver Tllton the alternates were Hugh McDev1tt and Helen Mrvlca
Meetlngs were held every mght after school and every posslble actlvltxes perlod
durxng the two months whxch lt was actxve
Business School, the team placed fourth.
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Presldent George Schrader
Vice President Mxrth Tufts
Secretary Dorothy Miller
Treasurer Arthur Hotahng
The members of this club are students who have already taken French or are at
pr sent taking it The dues are fifty cents per member yearly Meetings are held every
second Monday At this time a comnuttee lS 1n charge of the entertainment which
usually conslsts of French games or contests
This year the club held a masquelade dance in November It also has planned
to have a beach party on June fourth The senior members may bring a guest
talklng picture to be glven at some future date
All those members who wished to correspond have recelved the addresses of
French ch1ldren This helps them to better their French and the French chlld to
better his English
This year dliferent groups of French students printed a French paper monthly
The title of it IS Lecho du Cercle Francais
providing they pay an additional twenty-five cents. The club plans to secure a French
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largest memb rshlps o the clubs ln the school The club has so many enrolled that
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C1 ne who IS the faculty adv1so1 and also the teach r of th1s language hopes that
tle members of the club may b able to CODVSISC sllghtly by the end of th1s year
Frcm t1m to tlme thls club wlll have t sts to show th standmgs of the 1nd1v1duals
Th1s language whlch has been ln exlstence slnce before the World War has many
advocates throughout the world so that by learnlng the language a p rson w111 be able
to corre pond wlth people 1n many count s RUSSIH and France are two countrles
that have a great number of followers of the language Some of the club members
expect to correspond with people ln chiferent forexgn countnes by the use of th1s
languag as soon as they hav progressel far enouffh 1n It
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PUBLIC SPEAKING CLUB
After a lapse of two years the Pub11c Speaking Club was reorganized 1n the
high school Its chief purpose IS to lmprove the speech poise diction and grace m
speakmg ThlS club was called the Debfxtmg Club ln former years and featured
mterscholastlc debates The club thls year has been named the Public Speaklng Club
but as this is its first year nothing was accomplished in the way of mterscholastlc
debates However the club was very active 1n other ways all year After its first
meeting it had an electlon of oficers who are
Vlce President-Howard Sprmger
Secretary Olive McLaughlin
Treasurer Jack Beddow
At thelr meetings members acquired practlce ln oral diction by telling short
stories recltmg poems and anecdotes and also by relating thelr experiences They had
several lively dlscusslons on current topics one about the General Motors Strike and
another on chlld labor Several reports were glven by the members and from these
the entlre club derived a great deal of benefxt The success of the first year of this
club was due mostly to the capable supervision of Mr Johnson
Members closed thelr club this year with an oratomcal contest at which t1me
members dlscovered how much or how little they had acqulred in the art of public
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The Aviation Club was organized three years ago by the pupils under the super-
vislon of Mr. Blair who until three months ago acted as faculty advisor. When the
club was organized, a law was passed forcing each member to build an airplane model
within two weeks of their entrance in the club. This act was passed to weed out
those who would not work. The club was form-ed to further the knowledge of the
members in designing and building model aircraft.
At present the club has an airplane which is partly built. This plane is to be
powered with a small 1X5 horsepower gasoline motor, and the members of the club
expect to have it finished and ready to ily by the spring of 1938. So far the club has
a very small membership. This year the members made a trip to Lakewood to explain
the functions of their club to the members. of that high school. On this trip much
interest was displayed by the members of the Lakewood student body.
Mr. Reigle is now faculty adviser of the group.
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THE SCIENCE CLUB
The Science Club has been oreaniz d for the purpose of having discussions on
the problems, new advances, and some older phases of science. The Science Club has
two rules which were made at tl'-c first meting, and these are that the members must
be taking science at the time of the membership, and each member must make one
speech and lead one discussion. Thes rules were passed for the purpose of keeping
out lhost pupils who do not like to wcrk. At tr, time of this writing thi re are no
officers in th, club exccpz Mr. Clint, who is faculty advisor and Jacob Pyenson
secretary. This year. a member makes his speech which has been announced before
and after the short speech he is open to any questions on the subject. During this
time there usually is a discussion which is carried on by the members and centers
around the topic of the speech.
This club has met every Wednesday that it has been possible. At one of the
meetings during November if was decided to make '1 Htesla coil. This coil is a piece
of e.ectrica1 apparatus which throws a spark about six or seven inches long. Even
thou 'h the spark is a high voltage one a person may allow it to pass through his
body without being injured. In May this coil was about half finished and the members
hoped to have it finished by th- end of the year. The members also sponsored a trip
of forty pupils to Philadelphia to visit the Franklin Museum and Fels Planetarium.
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School banklng IS done through the Bankers Club of TRI-IS The members of
th s club ar appomted to the varxous homerooms by the faculty advlsor Mxss Chafey
Each Tuesday morning they accept deposlts and make the necessary records for the
students ln those homerooms and 1n addltlon prepare a summary report to be sent
to the bank wlth the money
If a banker does satlsfactory work for elght, quarters he 1S awarded the Bankers
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'Ihs 2,101,113 conslsts of ru old r mole expeuenced memb rs of the Glee Club
'11 x meet Tu sdas 'md Fudas at 'ICLIYIUES peuod They partxmpated ID the exchang
pxcgnms xxhuh V616 glxen bs oul school They wexe also 1n the Glee Club Concext
Anyone who so desnes may Joln th1S club after a tryout wlth M1ss Nelson
Members meet evexy Wednesday at act1v1t1e peuod Thelr only pubhc appearance thxs
yen was at the Glee Club Concert
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orchestra thxs group was orgamzed thls year They have played 1n assembly
In the future with an all star football team, a brand new stadlum and an A 1
band Toms Rlver w1l1 assuredly outshlne all opponents
They plan to have uniforms next year and will play at all the athletic events.
The orchestra has been in existence a good many years under different leaders
Teacher Th orchestra this y ar IS the laigest we have ever had and many think It
the best in the last few years. This orchestra plays at practically all of the assemblies
and because of this fact the assemblies are much more pleasant. After hearing the
orchestra many pupils wished to join. To qualify themselves for it those who werent
able to play an instrument have been taking lessons. Some of these are now playing
in the o.chestra and are doing a very good job of it.
When the orchestra was started at the beginning of the year there were only
twelve in it. Now there are double that number with twenty-five musicians active.
The orchestra has in addition to Mr. Hoffman two student directors Alice
Olsen and George Schrader who were trained by Mr. Hoffman and have at different
times conducted the orchestra before the student body.
Because of illness three very active members were absen' when the picture was
taken. They were Edwin Tversky saxophonist Hel n Byrne pianist and Albert Erath
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Harry Duckworth Roy Merrldew Edgar Slack and Charles B1ernbaum compnse
Wlth Let1t1a Page as sololst the quartet entered mto a state vocal contest at
Westfleld N J on May 22nd They are also members of the Selected Chorus and the
Octet and partlcxpate m all the programs of these groups
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Th1s newly orgamzed club unde-1 the SUDQYVISIOH of Mr Wood was orgamzed fox
the purpose of acqualntlng the memb rs wxth the varlous vocatlons whlch are avaxlable
The club 1S d1V1dCd lnto two groups on for the boys WhlCh meets every Wednesday
at act1v1t1es perlod and another one for the g1r1s whlch meets Mondays at act1v1t1es
The clubs mam functlon thls year was a trlp to Temple Unlverslty where several
groups attended conferences 1n the mormng and afternoon Each group attended the
conference whlch dealt w1th the subJect that It was most mterested IH
MISS Mlller head nurse at the Paul Klmball HOSD1t31 and Mr Shlnn a local
engmeer have spoken to the clubs to acquamt the members wlth the1r certam fields
Catalogues from varlous colleges and umver 1t1es have been secured and are
ready for the xmmedxate use of everyone These catalogues have been placed ln
There are no officers or dues connected wlth th1s club
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Rose Meyers, Dorothy Landxs MHYIOH Fagan
CLASS OF 1937 Szxtyseven
Toms Rlver Hlgh Schools football season opened October 3 The boys had been
practlc ng prevlous to th1s date for three full weeks Coach Robert Rlegle had been
faced wrth a lack of veterans to bu1ld a tcam around but he set to work to bu1ld a
new team around the few veterans he d1d have Not too much can be expected from
a green team
The team had a poor season but the lack of vlctory was made up ln the over
whelmmg amount of iight
Outstandlng one of the Ind1ans vlctolles was at Mt Holly where a strong Holly
team was defeated 25 6 In th1s game materxal for next year was shown off
The Indlans should really come through strong next year 1n football when thls
years mexperlenced team w1ll D6 a more mature and experlenced unit
Next year the Indlans w1ll produce plenty of fight and vlctory we hope
T R Opp
Swwewm THE CEDARf3HEST
Toms Rrver Hlgh Schools Basketball team held back because of lack of seasoned
materlal fared poorly m thls years basketball games
out two v1ctor1es but were defeated on fourteen occaslons Many of the games were
lost by only a few pomts and to teams much more expenenced than Tom Rxver
The Ind1ans opponents scored 415 polnts to then 223 Toms RIVBY was vlctorlous over
Rumson by 24 23 and defeated Mt Holly 1n a. close battle 24 19 The Indlans W re
down trodden by Lakewood on two OCCRSIOHS the first 43 8 and later m the season
19 13 showlng the lmprovernent a httle expenence d1d for the team
The Junior varslty made an exceptlonal showing Wlnhlng Blght games and loslng
SIX Th1s Jumor vars1ty shows a prom1se of a very successful season next year The
varsity schedule with the results follows:
T. R. Opp. T. R. Opp.
Sport Club ..
Neptune .... ,
Manasquan . .
CLASS or 1937 Sixty-nine
Faclng the dxsadvantage of havmg no real home grounds the Toms River Nlne
has held up 1n great fashlon Under the coachlng of MI Rlegle and the captamcy of
Edgar Hlrshblond up unt11 May 5th the bovs had been vxctonous ln exght out of n1ne
Th1s years baseball team was very wersatlle In all departments the club was
falrly strong Good coachmg c1eve1 plavmg and heads up ball are putting Toms
R1ver rlght up there at the top
The scores were
T R Opp T R Opp
Tuckerton Pomt Pleasant
Manasquan 3 Lakewood
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Seventy THE CEDAR CHEST
roms River each year seems to turn out a, better track outfit under the coaching
of Mr Dalton
It, was only about three short years ago that three or four track meets were
scheduled or mvltatlonal meet Captamed by Jack Wamwrxght Toms R1ver's track
team has met and IS meeting wlth success Just watch T R when we get the stadlum'
"something" for T. R.. H. S. This spring the boys were busy every Saturday with a
Sezenfytuo THE CEDAR CHEST
C L A S S 0 F 1 9 3 7 Seventy-three
The girl who achieve m mbership in the varsity have not only participated in
all sports but have done top notch work in them
Through the icy weather on the hockey fields durmg dull days in the gym
playing basketball and volley ball and in the hot weather out on the diamond these
girls have entered and enJoyed the games
Besid s part1c1pat1ng in all sports they have earned extra points by hiking
The total number of points required to Wm a chenille T R, is 500 The girls
who have made the grade are
SENIORS-Emma Bernet Oleda Burton Mae Hilbert Winnie Irons Beulah Knox
Mirth Tufts Virgmia Tunney Ruth VanDuzer
JUNIORS-Ethel F1shman Bernice Freck Dorothy Miller Nora Rush Nan
Saunderson Dot Tlndall
SOPHOMORES-Marie A1rd Geneva And rson Erleen Garland Paula Keeney
Claire Layton Margy Milne, Jean Oxner Catherine Pike Marjorie Puller
FRESHMEN Emily Milne
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SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM
JUNIOR HOCKEY TEAM
CLASS OF 1937 Sewwvlfive
FRESHMAIN HOCKEY TEAM
SOPHOMORE HOCKEY TEAM
Sevemfysw THE CEDAR CHEST
GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS
Basletball the mos popular sport among Toms Rlver gxrls attracted the largest
number of gurls th1 y ar Two coult basketball was mncvated and met wlth gr at
approval becau It IS a much faster game
All classes had at least two teams and t sophomores had four
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GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAMS
The semor team captamed by Wmnle Irons was finally vlctorlous Ruth
Van Duzer O'eda Burton and M1rth Tufts the thxee h1gh6St scorers were members
of thls beam
Nora Rushs team of Jumors was second and Catherme Plkes sopohomore team
and May Ba1111e sen1o1 team tled fo1 th1rd
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Her the mors took thexr rlghtful place at the top wmmng all but one gam
Th glrls played Tuesdays and Frldays at noon hour
Emma Bernet senlor and Eleanor Barkalow Jumor were the star players of the
In the fmal results the classes placed accordmg to thelr academlc order They
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Juniors ................................... 5 2
CLASS OF 1937 Seventynme
Thls gam concludes the year of glrls sports The glrls play after school on
Wednesdays Warm Weather soon elxmmates the softles and leaves those who llke the
game and those who are Workmg for then' letters
The semors lead the held so far and havmg been champs last year as Jumors
stand an excellent chance of contmumg thxs
CLASS OF 1937 Eighty-one
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10-Boostels Club dance
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Exchang Program Ton1s River at Manasquan
Physlcal Educatron De111onstra,t1on 111 auclltor
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County Trlangular Spellrng Bee at Toms R1vex
Operettr The Lucky Jacle Proht S500
PIQICB Spellm Contest at Phlladelohla Toms
B s ball prcture IH assembly
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Careers Club Confe1e11ce nt Temple UHIXBFSIIY
Baseball Pomt Pleasant
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T1 1ck Relays Long Branch
Exchange Program Rurnson at Toms R11er
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Invocation Rev J Mervin Pettit
Salutatoxv Address Alice Olsen
Male Qll81t6t Wherc Ms Cfnax an Has Resled LOh1
When You Look in th Heart of a Rose VanK1rk
Piesentation of Awards N S Detwilei High School Principal
Glee Club-If My Son s Had Wings Hahn
Come to the Gay Feast of Song DeReef
Valedictoiy Addiess Emma Belllet
Piesentation of Diplomas Edgai M Finck Supeivislng Piincipal
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Now we come to our last and picsent yeai in high school the senior yefn At
oui fiist meeting we elected the follovxn g ofliceis
President Ainold Tveisky
The Par- nt-Teacher Association is sponsor of the annual Senior Dance which is to
be held the evening before Commencement. We anticipate an enjoyable time and it
will be one which will not be soon forgotten for it will be the last we seniors as
students of Toms River High School will attend.
The seniors. boys and girls alike. have been prominent in all school activities.
What is the football team going to do without Ape Hahn. 'Sonny Beiseigle, Ray
Markloff. Edgar Slack Bob Dilks Frankie Then Butch Newman 'Buddy Schrader
"Willie Schiller and Billy Ziemer?-Or the Boosters Club the Student Council the
Duces Populi and the Career Club with their more active members gone?-Or our
other athletic teams. without the senior support?-Who will win the inter-class sports
when the senior girls are gone?-Who will cheer Toms River on to victory with only
one of our cheer leaders left? However Toms Rixer High School might miss us. we are
sure all our p1a.ces will be fill--cl by the undergraduates who we hope can rightly
Although we hate to leave, we can but look forward to the future with interest
and enthusiasm, for there is much to be enjoyed, whether as a class or not.
-Rose Meyers, '37.
Efqhtu-four THE CEDAR CHEST
Essay-Youth on the Side of the Law .............................,.. George Cornelius
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doing 1191 P A D '1 Dot will piobabls need them
He1e is luck A01 DO11S Dow beeau sl e IS the 11D'1t e rf DOIIS Heb lei s C'llt01l ss
Wlllllle 110119 L,equ001111-, 11 1 f1a11k11e s to Maigueiite Mailatt who is 101t11e1
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V1Xl'1H Pa e and Geitiude Hu1111 b QIILWUI t11e11 f1lLllClS11llJ to Ruth DODGE md
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do nothing, to Evelxn Biowex who t'1k s less t1111e to do ex Cftthlllg,
Phvlhs Gaitei gives he1 calefiee 1,1111 to A1thu1 Sooolow
Coia Oigenstem IS the g11tefu1 1ee1p1e11t of Hflfll t Elms slimness
Alice Olsen l f1v s ome of he1 peifection to Ros NO1dSt10l1l wl1o should be lid
to get it
To '111 t11ose students vxho a1e not '1eretofo1e 111El1tlOll6d vse will dense 11101
bequeath all of ou1 woildly po sessions 11311 15 book cow IQ old and disefuded pen
points u ed 6115813 'md chevsed gum
To those who will shoitly 1ssum the position lec 11tly o Cupied so vxell by us we
leave th 1001115 B md C and t ll sup lVlSO1Q M1 Wood '111d Miss Mulcahy We can
01115 hope that vou will be 'IS quiet '1s ie have Leei
1 To futuie amoious couples the 37 steadies leaxe loveis nook fvou know up
bv the fountain? We '11 eefffun yoml oTuse off 1t K fiieudls 11a111111g
clea1 out befoie the bell 1111 s
If there 'ue anv SSIJOUS student lll th Cla s of 1938 me doubt ith thev 11 be lad
to k11ov1 that we h'1ve 011011 th 111 0111 full p 11111351011 to v11t11d1f1v1 111to Miss Tlltons
Room E and studs Hovs do vte kll0W uhat Baibaxa v1111 saw
All futuie athletes '111d ffms will be t'11111ed to 111ow that w have laftei much
thought! decided to let them hcld 'md attend athletic' ev 11ts 111 t11e new Stfidllllll O111y
VICIOIIGS 1fo1 Toms RIVCI1 '111ov1ed
Aftei h'1v111g S'lf1ifdCI.0l1ly pd sed tl1e 11e essfux CX'll11ll1"lLlOllQ both physieallv
and mentally it IS with s'1c11e1ed 11 '11ts and Joyful count nanees that vse depa1t f1Oll1
Be it heieby witnessed t1'1t ue ble Class of 1937 of t111s spleudld 111st1tut1o11
11'1v111g, made a11d duly vvitnes ed this ou1 fmal 11111 a11d te Lament set ou1 hand and
seal on t111s sixte 11th 0111 of Juie 1111181 e11 hu11d1 1 'md thiity seven
Signed ealed pubhshtd and crelaied bv ine said Class of 1937 as and fo1 the11
last Will 111 the DICSCIICC ot the 1111111168 s who haxe 13 low a Cllb d t11e11 11111105 It ou1
WITNESSES F1'111k Buc11'111'111
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We again reached our apartment and again our sleep was interrupted thrs time
because one of our crew was suffering aloud with 3 severe toothache We went down
to ask the night clerk Miss Ruth Moyer if th re was a dentists oiice rn the building
She said there was and rang for bell hop Leveria Grimes tthrs hotel seemed to employ
a number of the fairer sexy to show us to the office When we reached the office we
were forced to wart our turn Finally however a smiling nurse came out and said
that we were next When we entered tre operating room where there was more light
we saw that the nurse was our pal of school days Miss Geneva Evans The dentist
had his back to us examining his weapons As he turned however we were astounded
to see that Ray Markloff was the young dentist who was to fix the ailing tooth It did
not take long for him to finish and we returned to our rooms and slept soundly until
late in the morning
We wanted to visit the oifice of the New York Times before noon so we were
forced to bolt our breakfast In the office of the New York Times however we again
saw that the Toms River alumnae had lnvaded the ranks of the newspaper world The
first Woman to attract our gaze was Olive McLaughlin demure young lady who had
become a wizard of the keyboard itypewriter to youb right behind her we saw Beulah
after waiting for what seemed eternity the editor in chiefs private secretarv Ruth
VanDuzer ushered us into the main office where lo' and behold what did we see? We
saw MHTIOH Garland delving into piles and piles of letters files and other important
papers We asked Miss VanDuze what MHTIOH was doing here and she replied that
she was editor in chief but she also told us not to call her Miss Garland since she
had just married Sonny Bersergel that brilliant screen performer who has won his
place along with Lon Chaney and Boris Karloff You probably saw him 1n that
mysterious picture Murder at the Bowling Alleys
It was near noon when we again emerged from the newspaper building W
had to catch the plane at Newark for the homeward trip and we had to do some fast
traveling to get there in time We finally arrived at the plane however and in a
short time we were home home in good old Toms River all sure of one thing s
a small world
lP1ctures on Page 581
First Tenors-Harry Duckworth John Armstrong.
Second Tenors-Roy Meridew Robert Dilks.
First Basses-Edgar Slack Franklin Then.
Second Basses-Charles Biernbaum George S .hrader.
This group has trained under Miss Nelson not only during activities period but
also at noon time.
The boys participated in the exchange programs presented one performance at
the Traco took part in the Glee Club Concert on May 25 and were active in the
fPicture on Page 587
This group has ten members. Tle first sopranos are Alice Olsen and Marion
Garland' second Sopranos a1'e Ruth Van Duzer Gladys Smith and Jeon Oxner' Iirst
altos are Beulah Knox and Bernice Frech' second altos are Lois Grimm Mirth Tufts
and Mary Cartella.
These girls meet every Tuesday with Miss Nelson. They have participated in the
exchange programs the Glee Club Concert and the commencement exercises.
The picture represents them as they were in the Christmas Play in which the
girls were carolersg hence the winter costumes.
CLASS OF 1937 Eightysezfn
Knox, literary editor, dictating a letter to her private secretary, Winnie Irons. Finally,
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Tl1e onlx tmcls. event lS the chool Field Dax Inteiclass Meet which was held this
sefu 111 May
In this contest fue hllldlllio b1oacl Juinping high Jumping ielax 1ac111,:, baseball
Tl1e gnls t1a111 fo1 this 111eet dullllg then gsm pexiods
4P1ctu1e on Page 729
This club like the 111:16 club incluc es both guls and bows The g11ls piactice mth
Miss M1lle1 and the boss mth M1 M1lle1
Th gnls pa1t1c1p'1ted 111 GIIIS Spoit N10ht and tl1e boys demonstiated tl1e11
piowess on Boxs Spoits N1 l1t Togethei both QIOUDS appezned at the Activities
The 111e111be1s of this club '11 tl' cieam 01 the ciop Ill maiksnianshlp and
mans a bulls exe has been mad bx them
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5621 The11 facultx aclvisei IS M1 Davis and th ll piesident Jack Milne Tl11s club
continues weai '1fte1 X 11 and its lllClHb61S suppo t it uhol heaitedlv
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FIOIH Octobei 19th to NOXQIHDGI 17th ho and heavy wars iaged between the
gnls out O11 the chilly fields Many blU1S6d ankles failed to take the sp111t out of
Tl1e Ju111o1s be an the gnls spoit 1 ar V1CtO110L'lSlX Tl1e sophomores vleie a close
second follovted bx the SQHIOI and f1ShmEi11 To Nora Rush 811111101 halfback goes
the hono1 of being the outstandlng plaxei of the season The final results vseie as
WON LOST TIED
Tl1e Rifle Club. little heard of but yet a strong peppy organization, had a full
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11111 s Pubu Shop 61 1111111 Stle t
Kcnts Ilexutx Shop Tel '35 60 M 111 Street
1I111dx s P1 1utV S11opp Tel 311 2 VV lS1'Il11fIt011 St1ut
'lhompson s I 111361 Shop 206 Mun St1c1et
BUILDERQ AND CONTRACTORS
A I' Nuxlpuu Co Inc Tel 560 South M1111 Sheet
An1e11c111 Supplx fo Tcl 148 11015 Stleet
P1 lllt Lumbu fo Fel 101 29 Wltel Stleet
J unes I 1tt1 C Olltl 1cto1 Tel 156 HOOIJOI Ax enue
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Economy Shoe Store Jrmes Purpurr Prop Marn Street
Fdwrrd M Hrrrrs Men s Shop Tel 712 15 Mun Street
Frshron Shop Mrs J Huttrnger Prop Tel 321 26 Wrter S
Hrrrrs Bros Tel 1068 8 Water Street
Leets Department Store Waahrngton Street
Lurrr s Department Store Tel 182 Poet Office Burldrng
MN Baers Vmrrety Store Tel 239 21 Erst Water Street
Schnerders Electrrc Shoe Rep ur Inc 5 Mun Street
DRUGS OR CONFECTIONS
Burke a Sandwrch Shop Tel 41 Marn at Waehrngton Street
Candy Lrnd George Shareaa Prop Tel 371 63 Marn Street
Crrcle Shop Tel 381 Beachwood N J
Dover Drug., Tel 448 Marn Street
F Y Hrllrgan Ph rrmacy Tel 314 Wrter Street
Prrests Ph umrcy Tel 124 21 Waehrn ton Street
Rays Deep Cut Drug, Store Main Street
Sweet Shop Tel 742 61 Marn Street
Whelan Drugs QS R Harrrej Tel 172 33 Mun Street
Amerrcan Stores Tel 877 Wwhrngbton Street
A 8a P Store J Hollowry Mgr Beachwood N
Bradley Drner Tel 744 Marn Street
Carolrna Reetaurant Marn Stre t
Erath Meat Mrrket Tel 1393 Beachwood N
G SL P Mrrket Tel 1265 61 Meun Street
He rlth Food Products Lo C I Fuller Agent Toms
Hlrrrs Restaurmt Tel 16" Marn Street
Koller s Meat Market Tel 458 1 Water Street
Krauee Food Store Tel 1075 Waehrn ton Street
Nobles Produce Marn Street
Srgrrat Delrcateasen Tel 107 1 H3 ere Street
Squxre De rl Bakery Tel 609 BOX 201 Toms Rrver
Rresrngers Bakery Tel 353 49 Marn Street
Whrte Ork Mrrket Tel 2 Se rsrde Park
Wood s Me rt Market Tel 192 20 Washrnfbton Street
Berry s Hardu are Store Tel 38 Marn Sz Water Streets
E Sz D Stores Inc Tel S P 6 Se rsrde Pxrk
Economy Srles Co Tel 165 34 Marn Street
J W Frnley Fel 474 9 Wrshrngton Street
Meyers 5 10 md Varrety Store Tel 1591 Marn Street
Ruesell s Musrc Store Tel 98 Vlashrngton Street
Toms Rrver Ice CO Tel 476 1 Dryton Axenue
Tome Rrver Supply Co Tel 491 M Mun Street
Wrlkrns Eleetrrc Co Tel 116 36 West Wrter Street
F W Woolvworth Lo Tel 970 Marn Street
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Central House Tel 88 Water Street
Ocean Home Tel 81 Maln Street at Water Street
MHTIOH Inn Tel 960 Maln Street Sz Water Street
Weeelock Q Bal Sz Grlll Tel 284 North Maln Street
C P Andelson FLIHQIZ-l.lD116CtOI' Hoopel Axenue
Bal negat Poll er 8: Cold Storage Co Tel 468 Fllnt Road
Centlal Jeleey Tltle Co Tel 1364 Hensler Bulldlng
Chambel of Commerce Maln Street
Hecht Brothele Tlucklng Tel 313 W 2 RIVGT Axenue
Thomae Herbert Tree Expelt Tel 303 Maln Street
Leee Flovler Shop Tel 199 Maln Street
Ocean County Publlcltl Bureau
Sohnleln Flow er Shop Tel 233 12 Waehlngton Stleet
TIBCO Theatre Wflslllngton Street
SERVICE STATION GARAGE AUTO ACCESSORIES
Auto Serllce Corner Tel 317 Water Street
Atlantlc Whlte Flaih G Dodd Prop Tel 1494 Maln Street
Doxel ACCQSSOFIQS Tel 1567 Maln 8. Water Streete
A Farrlngton 8: Son Battely Serxlce Tel 463 8 W Watel Stleet
Fold Saleq Sz SQIVICG Tel 110 Hyers Street
Hamllton Galage F J Frech Prop Tel S P 91 Seaelde Hclgllte
Phlllp M3lmOH9 Terraplane Tel 181 215 Maln Street
Mayere Garage Tel 366 Hyere Street
Ocean County Automoblle Dealere Aw n Tome Rlxer N J
Rellable Garage Tel 17 25 W Water Street
STATIONERY News APFNPY AND UTIRITSHFRS
Charnex Q Othce Equlpment cz Statlonery Tel 1490 Poet Office Bldg,
New Jerqey COUIIQI Tel 8 59 IWHIH Street
Ocean County Sun Tel 2 229 Maln Street
Tome Rlxel News Agencv Phll Banar Prop Tel 488 6 Waeh St
OUT OF TOWN
Dreler Sportlng Goode Co New Brunswlck N J
Eflnger Sportlng Goode Co Bound Brook N J
Mlller Coetumlel 236 South 11th St Phlladelphla Pa
Mltchel 81 New Sportlng Goods Co Phlladelphla Pa
PIGFCB School Buslneee Trallllng Phlladelphla Pa
Sharpleee Hendler Ice Cream Co Phlladelphla Pa
D W Murray New York Clty
Amco Emblem Co New York Clty
Jostene Owatonna Mlnn
J T Hammett Sz Co Newark N J
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