Toms River South High School - Cedar Chest Yearbook (Toms River, NJ)

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ETHEL LEWlS- MR. IOSEPH CLOUSER. b o color- MRS. ELKIABETH ROWE SHERMAN -Co-wriisrs of oN music in They show boys how io B-Hoi. corhbino brain and brown. Navor won y biind siudonk. P Miss BESSIE . McLEAN-- MR. HOWARD PEA?-SON MR. LOUYS ALBXNlfSweN M155 MARGERY BURD- More ouisiondrng khan khe -'One of our ine slippers ieacharl Si wha? we mean? Top coniender for "Mig churaciers in her books. on ihe English ship. Engng, of 17.-' MR. W. SCOTT GEB- MR. DONALD DAVIS f- MR. EDWARD KUCH- HARTSBAUER-Ws Qhe Back from "Hue and gold" NXCKfOur experk on hg- quahky, no! ihe quoniiiy, io "maroon and whiief' ures. sho! counis, "We have pu'f you ro 'che 'fr1aX "AyX why do 'the hvkngf' sakd they, To rhe proof have pur your pahence, "Lay such heavy burdens on us? By 'rhe ourrage of our achons. Ay, To bear such heavy burdens u grear and nobXe." On 'rhe Kong and weary rourneyY' Weh ave Found yo H is - - -virus: in it -.v yOU: Qhfgdf' assed and unch The heallh and happiness of fhe sfudenf body is placed fo a greal degree in fhe effi- cienl hands of fhis hard-working sraff. The de- licious appefizing meals are prepared and served by The worlcers of 'lhe cafeferia. Our school nurse, Mrs. Daisy Wood, binds up our wounds and looks afler our well-being. The care and main'renance of +he grounds and buildings' is in fhe hands of This hard-working slaff of eighf men who seldom say "no" To a requesl. .. - Z 'gqsw I 4 , I - , ' 5 -F-fs ,I .' 42 .xg ,, J If 1 4 ' 2 I ,Y ,, ' ' lfq Y "' A A 'H . . v Z I 1 S x ...... I ri fe 5- x il W 1 .1 1 1 Y, s -it 1:1 L. v + ' 577th , X '- , -, -wM,.,,.,,. .,.. , ' A . 'el,jQ.ilw,x - A . cv L V 1 h 3 'V T Z A . , . : K-4.4245 i ' -.J . - 5 "5 f Q . -.-.Qu AJ , Q ... 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I YAVAVAWB FLORENCE APPLEGATE - "Smile of Sunshine" . . . small and pefile . . . says lilfle . . . shorfhand whiz . . . always cheerful . . . "Flo" . . . "Flos- . u SIB. 2 lllll ll ' 'L 2 ,fa is K PHYLLlS BOWKER-"Tresses flowing like fha waler" . . . sporls a fur cool . . . from Forked River . . . wilh Doris . . . sweel personality . . . "PhyIl." A49 Vx GERALD BLAIN-"Sailed info lhe fiery sunsef" . . . super summer sailor . . . boislerous . . . lsland Heighlser . . . al- ways wilh lhe gang in room 59 . . . "Gerry," MQ 1 fsxj ' -f - 'axes ' '. Q if ,A sf PHILLIP ARMSTRONG - "They are seen walking lo- gefl1er" . . . leaves Helene, buf noi for long . . . varsily baskelball player . . . sharp sense of humor . . . Presidenf of Boosler's Club . . . "PhiI." K ETHEL MAE BARNEY-"Wi'lh 'lhe beaufy of 'Phe moonligh+" . . . beaufiful dark fresses . . . one of our engaged girls . . . Pine Beach gal . . . seen wilh Wes . . . always in fyping al' aclivilies . . . "El'hel." GRANT BENDER-"He ihe lraveler . . . O lhaf Zephyrl"' . . . Forled River . . . model plane enihusiasl . . . gridiron genl' . . . siudenl' day leacher . . . Girls? Could be . . . "Pele." BRUCE BLUM -"He was 'lhinking as he sal lhere" . . . camera fiend . . . brain in mulch and science . . . seen wifh Angie and lhe boys . . . one of Mrs. Ewar1"s problem children. f S 'frife 4... his-asv'-' WNY JOHN BENEDICT - "Who shall say wha? 'lhoughls and visions?" . . . One of our si- lenf, good-looking men . . . bookworm . . . hails from Pine Beach . . . "Jack" KENNETH BOSTWICK-"All his wooing of 'lhe maidens" . . .he's no wooooooolf . . . seiven o'cloch scholar . . . member of spring play . . . slays lhe girls wifh fha? lock of hair and fhose brown eyes . . . "Ken" . . . "Kenny," lg. 'E MARTHA BRAFMAN-"Thus was born fhe child of won- der" . . . diligenl worker . . . always compeling wilh Eric . . . seen wifh Pa? or Les . . . Cedar Chesf edilor . . one of fha class brains ..Mar+Y... X33 ROBERT CAMP-"Lislen lo fha words of wisdom" . . . fu- fure lawyer . . . sirong, silenl iype . . . greof baseball lon . . . lownship soliciior on Township Day . . . "Bob." ANNE CAVENDER-"And her eyes were very dreamy" . . . Wonder why?7? Bill, of course . . . slick chick who whirls a wicked slick . . . capable presidenf of fhe Leaders' Club . . . gives cues al play . . . nice personalily . . . "Anne." I hi, .,. '. ef 1' Y X gi R ' 75 ,M fi "9 ' 4 4 -I SAMUEL BRITTON-"Ye who loved lhe haunls of no+ure" . . . loves fo hunf . . . noled for red hair . . . our one and only Bayville boy . . . Oh, fha? laugh . . . "Sammy." 'Q' mf X A us. EILEEN CARROLL - "Wi+h lhe beoufy of fhe sfarlighf' , . . las? of lhe Carroll clan . . . always arrives lwo sec- onds before fhe live-minute bell . . . former class oflicer . . . A.F.A .... "lke." RUTH CLAXTON-"And in loken of her friendship" . . quiel . . . fufure secrelary . . . always sweel and friendly . . wilh lhe girls . . . "Rulh. in - 3 L V J HENRIETTA CAlN-"And her hair was like lhe sunshine" . . . Mrs. Corlino's girl Fri- day . . . aclive worker for class . . . cheerful . . . al- ways running off a sfencil lor Miss Coslello . . . wilh Marly . . . "Pot" ,sl- 'EX Q . 1' Q' C -e-eb wi? . W ANGELO CARROHA - "Resfless, slruggling, loiling. sfrivingn . . . How did you gel lhal pampadour? . . . u Seasider . . . seen wilh Ken . . . Sludenl Principal Con- didafe . . . quiel fype . . . girls77? . . . "Angie," ELIZABETH CONNELLEY -- "Slanding fearlessly belore him" . . . argues wilh Mr. Wood . . . flirls . . . lalkalive . . . loves lo ioke . . . nice one of Ocean Gale girls . "BeHy." 3 . . ylbl T, Al u RICHARD CASAGRANDE- "Wifh a smile he sol and lis- fened" . . . a cheerful grin . . . always linkering . . . wilh gang in room 59 . . . college bound . . . lax collecfor for Township Day , . . "Dick"... "Casey." 1 .- - -Z , Q s,. ,s . , YA , -'s - x-.,. A, GERALDINE D E C H - "The maid wiih yellow lresses" . . . nafural curls . . . afhleiic . . . bell boffom frousers . . . whiz on parallel bars and frack . . . plays frombone . . . "Gerry." CONSTANCE CONOVER- "With his flaifering words he wooed her" . . . wedding bells will be ringing soon . . . from fha greai colony of Seaside . . . has a nice singing voice . . . "Connie." MARY DEROKO - "Talking in fheir native language" . . . speaks Yugoslavian wi+h Mary C .... Number, please? . . . likes sporis . . . one of ihose quiei Seaside girls. PAUL DITTON-"And are liffed up and sfrengfhenedu . . . lilies fo hunf . . . A.W. man . . . iall, blond and si- lenf . . . fufure farmer . . . seen wiih "Diuie" and Charles . . llPClUl.n gs, QU! k, 5 r 1 v,.. N , MARY COTOV-"She ihe fraveler and fha falker" . . . wonderful sienographer . . . Sfudeni Council member . . . snappy dresser . . . Dr. Fincbs secrefary . . . fraversed fha Uniled Sfafes and Canada. K' BARBARA DISBROW-"Noi a single word she uHered" . . . seen wifh Danny or one of ihe girls . . . dancing af fhe Circle Shop . . . shorfhand whiz . . . nice personalify . . . neaf dresser . . . "Babe." GLORIA DOUGLAS-"And ihe air was full of shouiing" . . . peppy cheerleader . . . fhai giggle . . . co-edifor of ihe Cedar Berry . . . Red Capiain . . . "Glo" . . . "Doug." JOSEPH DEAN-"Tall of sial- ure, broad of shoulder" . . . dark, and handsome . . . foofball . . . hunling . . . si- lenl wolf . . . ihose big blue eyes . . . "Joe." MADELlNE DITTON-"Laugh- ing wafer" . . . has a power- ful pilching arm . . . room 60 inhabifanf . . . incessanf gig- gler . . . always wifh Mary, Bef, and Janet OLIVE DOUGLAS-"Still she did nof cease her laughing" . . . library worker . . . always wifh a smile . . . seen wifh Myrf . . . Uh huh! lhose frips fo Philadelphia . . . good gal in sporis . . . "Olie." 1 g 7 y ifflglfit li " ,, 1 i ' ' X ' gi " 4- A - hr . i :W 2 Q I if R x 9 ROBERT EAGLE-"Young and fall and very handsome" . . . aciing abiliiy . . . reason for Mr. Ricke'H's gray hairs . . . always wiih Franklin . . . moody . . . sense of humor ...iun...romance7... "Bob," fl!! PHILLIP FRIED-"Lis+en io ihe marvelous s+ory" . . . her- mif of room 60 . . . blue eyes and curly hair . . . comes 'lhrough wifh TRIB and TIMES no mailer wha? . . . "Phil." ROBERT FRORIEP-"Make me larger, and make me larger" . . . power man on fhe foof- ball feam . . . anofher one of ihose drivers . . . nice person- aliiy . . . one of ihe carpeniry boys . . . "Tiny" . . . "Bob." ,sql if "' ' 4 UK o V Q I 'av ' bhnuvow 2 X. DORIS FILCE-"Ye whose hearis are fresh and simple" . . . fall, neai, and cure . . . quief iype . . . seen wifh Phyl- lis . . . new siudeni af Toms River . . . formerly from Eliz- abefh . . . lols of 'Fun . . "Doris." SHEILA FRIED-"l am happy, I am happy" . . . comes from Belleville, N. J. singing, always . . . always laughing, al- ways ialking . . . fhinks Mr. Wood is cufe . . . "Susie." MARY GALEN-"Then ihey laughed and sang iogefhern . . . wifh Eileen and Noreen . . . loves sailing . . . from the smiling Irish . . . acrobafic . . . A.F.A .... cure smile . . "Mary" . . . "Gay." .X MYRTLE FOYE-"Turned and waved her hand af parling" wiih Olive . . . cheerful . . . likes sporis, especially baskel- ball . . . diligent library work- er . . . "Myri." DOROTHY GLOFFKE-"And your cheeks are red wiih blushes" . . . Les's girl . . . dimples . . . one iime cheer- leader . . . rap dancer . . . likes roller-skaiing . . . nice personalify . . . hails from Brooklyn . . . "Doi," 0 Wiqp,-Q IN ,, ,E ' HANNAH FRIED-"Her voice was ever sofr and geni'le." . . . Prefiy red hair . . . shy and quiel' . . . likes lo read . . . loves fo dance . . . soda jerk . . . seen wiih Flo and sisfer Mariha . . . "Honey" . . . "Hannah." ffl R' 5' I W Q4 MARILYN GOLDEN-"As a promise of ihe fu+ure" . . Good dancer . . . neai dresser . . . Sfudenl Day feacher . . . usually wifh Eileen, Joan, No- reen and Aniia . . . "Babe." 32 .4 MN NWA, 'Wie v,X " ,1'1 lg ,XX"',XX'1' I 'xr K f 5 X1 'J UV l . S www 7' X -'Xa Ln X, J ,,f Y X'XX X,5 X u .il 1, X 'ir ,lf 5 X 'ix .4-wk FI' 1. 31' .N ,M 'XT Ju? X.n- :Xi X lx Xfq. ,X X v 'gi' Xi' X, 'Xl X. X I,-It , , .XV 313 ' XG' 5 X 'J rg' F, ' ,we ,w'X X N K r " ' " W., rl, X 1 1-!',.,X , X ri - N., X, M v Xl I X X - ,L X XN. N I i X 'XX-,. 'I ,.q.,f,X W' ',v'Jy , in N If s 1, l lx I X X X f" X. X - , X s A ' 'xv 3 ' ' X v .X 'X X, A X -I Xl' ' 1 nw, u n U X XX' X 1 ' ' 4. X -, ,""jr-115 I 1 X ' , l.,r V' ' X ' , M . 4 X, X - X-'.-X' , . f' . 'xiii QW, 1. A - .-X , ,, Q! U V X QI, , X X X J' 1 X , H , U ,T X 4 X X X X, XJ, . "X ,I V"s,X X ..X . A . X'.5V"X X XX HJ X - QIX . X X, X . x X I . 7 X ' X Y,"x' I X X 1X,s ,-...XE X, ,X , '1 - 'X!0'-X"'- f-mX'.X 1 1 v ""X'1 'r X, 4 , 'L' Pr ,' I ., .4 1. yflfgrvy' MIX. XX 2.1 XX,, X , - , ,. . XQIX-f 'f sf: X ,.'! 5 X X- X , X. J 1 X X XS, ,XXX X.. '15 gf .XX ,pg ,f Xu, . X' X' 'ww X ,wg +I: , ' X .,, ,x,X',m:,X ,x w ,A ,I Xa, . ,X ,,!,., -' MIX' fX, .. .a, P JANET GRANT-"Wi+h her smile of sunshine" , . . loves io crack corny jokes . . . near dresser . . . pleasanf smile . . . large brown eyes . . . hails from Forked River . shiny hair . . . "Janet" l f F J ,W :.!,,,. I' ow .. , 1 I f 1 1 - ie we it , 'N X X " fe 4 z s be Y x - 1-rr. ,Q 93:1 -: - rp lQf',:5::Z3.g - girl "-Si 5 2' '1 ,f i ,r--, , n V ' w as PHILIP GRANT-"The youlh wiih hair disheveledu . . . never misses a movie . . . likes baskeiball and baseball . . . seen wiih ihe boys . . . favor- He class-sfudy . . . Vaughn Monroe fan . . . "Burr," "Ace," "PhiI." 32001 7 I eww: THELMA HANN - "Wooed har wiih his smile" . . . will be married . . . likes bowling . . . small and cuie . . . likes 'Io cook . . . works in 5 81 I0 . . . seen wiih sisier Rufh . . . "Sis," WILLIAM HANSEN-"T'was no maiden fha! you sighed for" . . . fall, dark and hand- some . . . good orafor . . . excellenl' sfudenl' . . . neaf dresser . . . Naiional Honor Socieiy member . . . nice per- sonalify . . . girls . . . argues nam... WG' if 1 X ga as .1 erik V CII17' ELIZABETH GRAY-"Noi like ofher children was she" . . . one of class's youngesf . . . Sfudeni Day teacher for Miss Chafey . . . whiz in shorfhand . . . likes bookkeeping . . . one of Bayville gang . . . nice . "Be+ry." Ns. JVMX fl? KATHERINE HALEY - "Eyes +ha+ seemed io ask a ques- fion" . . . newcomer +o T.R. H.S .... perpetual smile . . . seen wiih fhe Seasiders . . . hails from Seaside Heighls . . . "Kay." BENJAMIN HARRIS-"Wi+h his singing and his sighing" . . . loyal member of Lux er Sonus . . . sings in chorus . . . phofography 'lon . . . habla Espaiol--good sfudenf . . . fakes movies . . . comes Iafe . . . "Ben," sl'qs, - 9 SARA GRAY-"Were her blue eyes looking af him" . . . nice personaliiy . . . ushererie of movies . . . seen in T's Ford converiible . . . big, blue eyes . . . cure smile . . . Bayville gal . . . "Sara." RUTH HANN-"He beheld a maiden sranding" . . . saws well . . . small and cule . . . beaufiful hair . . . wedding bells will ring . . . likes io skafe . . . quief . . . "Babe," "Ru1'hie." ALBERT HAYES-"When he comes in iriumph homeward" . . . baseball and foofball siar . . . rugged build . . . Beachwood boy . . . good dresser . . . iifierbug de luxe . . . likes fhe girls . . . blond hair . . . "AI" . A - Wzzzw WALLACE HAEGER-"Shout- ed long and loud his war cry" . . . blond hair and blue eyes one of our returned vets with Ruth or the fellows . . "Wally." 4 is lr EASTELENE HEWETT - "Still she did not cease her laugh- ing" . . . comes 'From West Virginia . . . seen with Mon- roe . . . likes skating , . . movies . . . Bayville . . . gig- gles . . . "You All," "Essy," "Shorty." TAD JENDY-"And in honor of his service" . . . always willing to help . . . sense of humor , . . Student Day teacher of sciences . . . whiz in math and physics. as M, , ""7 . ,Q .5 -:,,p,q'- ' n .. ,A X iwl lff wa' 'WW' f' Q F S1 M X A ! .-T, g 'N' iv If 'ga' 3 Q -" f " A dh QQ in ROBERT HOEY-"With his soft and shining tresses" . . . dark, wavy hair . . . seen with Beachwood gang . . . A.F.A. troubles . . . blue eyes . . . lots of fun . . . lilzes golf . , . hails from Manhattan . . "Bob." 75 'x WINIFRED HIERING--"ln all youthful sports and pastimes" . . . loves sports . . . with Sea- side gang . . . friendly . . . has nice smile . . . perfect at- tendance . . . ambition: tech- nician . . . fun . , . likes to laugh . . . "Winnie," MARIAN JOHNSON-"Sim gled out tram all the others" . . . strawberry blond . . Community usherette . . . seen with Jean, Janet . . . Li- brary Club member . , . nice . . . likes to tolk . . . "Mari- an ' m i b .i ' ,L L- 'Iii ,, - 4. ., F' '1' 5. 1 I ' rpiziii in 1 41-.v si ffl . 1 :ogy -il m y lQ'.'3':55i RICHARD HOWE - "Called the tribes of men together" . . . President ot Student Council . . . Likes Cleveland Indians . . . regrg,s leaving T.R.H.S .... Navy-bound . . . good leadership . . . cute . . . blond . . . nice personality . . . "Dicl:." new "'.L'.7' ,XS ETHEL lDES-"Give me as my wife this maiden". . . good athlete . . . Home Ec major . . . draws well . . . all- oround good sport . . . rol- ler skates well . . . married . . . "Ethel." JOSEPH JOHNSON-"Every human heart is human" . . . broad grin . . . seen with auto mechanics boys . . . wears bow tie . . . "Spider," -ara' .rf 12- , H 'Q . fsiiffp. ' girl' ' r F if ' 5,1 1,1 gif 1, ' 'JJ 'A 1 If :gi . in if-in f ,W J, , 'sg sg, " ., I' 4 A ii! ' A . ' - Y fm., T" 2 'ii vw We f Q iii? " J 'ue' ' X , g Q --r.-7.- ., fax' so KJ J Y K i , " Q 1 i- 5 ,-.. .. :i 'Ns . -5 1 JV si'i' r 1, 0 :'- YL ' X JANET IRONS-"The smiles that win, the tints that glow" . . . from island Heights , . . beautiful red locks . . . those city fellows! . . . shy and quiet . . . pretty . . , sports a green coat . . . "Jan," "Jan- et." JN. QUX w ELIZABETH LANGENBERG- "All her young and handsome suilors" . . . avid inleresl in room 60. lD.R.l . . . one of our brains . . , prolly hair . . . only girl in physics class . . . lulure scienlisl . . . drives . . . nice smile . . . "Liz," "BeHe." .wave 1. ,ml - f . , 'QQ 1 J' X ?iET?'i'h?' isp su , . .5 gNY'f,-'QQ qv. " F r y? use-. W erm. - 1 A . C. 315- 3743 -i izwr-is, ,F IX L f ,fx I S W 'Q lf, JOAN KASSENOFF--"Filling all lhe world wilh wander" . . . loads of lun . . . conslanlly wilh Ike, Noreen and l'he resl' . . . loves lo ride in lhal' sla- lion wagon . . . lhal laugh! . . . ".Ioan." -ti" MARY FAITH LARKIN - "Shall you search for new ad- venlures7" . . . wriles fo fhal Iralernily man . . . good slu- denl . . . Iulure aulhor and leacher . . . high salesman . . . secrelary-freasurer of College Club . . . wilh Joan, Anne and Glo . . . air-mind- ed . . . "Mary Failh." BERNARD MAKETANSKY- "You are bul my 'fellow mor- laI" . . . music-lover . . . good dancer . . .former Marine . . . oralor . . . "Bernie," "Mack." i M ALICE KELLER-"Such as lhese lhe shapes lhey painf- ed" . . . designer . . . likes classical music . . . wears earrings . . . seen wilh Joe . . . daydreams in hislory . . . loves lomalo pies . . . soda ierk . . . "AIice." -47s me HV SARA LEIBRICK-"Was lhe fairesl of fhe sisfers" . . . on panels . . . Sludenfs' Day 'leacher for Mrs. Force . . . oralor . . . nice personalily . . . excellenl' sludenl . . . Florida Belle . . . "Sora," ..l-ou... LILLIAN MARHEVKA-"Eyes lhal seem lo ask a queslion" . . . comes lo us from Perlh Amboy . . . seen lalking wifh Mr. Wood . . . loves lo go oul' ...lun...Ioveslokid... "LiI," "Lillian" g',.. NOREEN KELLY-"Learned lheir names and all lheir se- rels" . . . one of lhose Irish gals . . . excursions lo Lake- wood . . . in slafion wagon wilh Ike and Joan . . . "Boy- scoulingn . . . wonderful smile . . . wonderful gal . . . "No- reen." ,Fw 1 .,x X.. . It i wi, - . , CELINE MADSEN-"Frisked and challered very gayly" . . . mosl lalkalive . . . al- ways laughing, always lalking . . . wifh Sheila in room 60 . . . likes chewing gum . . . good sporl . . . "CeIine." MARION McOMBER-"Teach my waves lo flow in music" . . . active in church affairs . . . comes lo us from Long Island . . . panel speaker . . . nice . . . quiel' . . . habla Es-' paiol . . . "Marion," 'Q' 4 ROBERT MEARS-"Sailed inlo flue fiery sunsef" . . . goes our in Dad's boal . . . likes girls . . . Forked River . . . frips +o Newark . . . nice . . . quier . . . cuie . . . "Bob," "Bob- by. A553 Vim" JOHN MEEKER - "Is flue laandsomesf of sfrangers" . . . llails from Morrislown . . . likes preHy girls . . . good dancer . . . likes fo model and design . . . inferesled in boafs and airplanes . . . "Sl'1orly," "Jol1n." E! X . , -- . 1 s 25 " 9' ' .5223 - '. - V --g..-- X . .rr :::...-,-I ---,,..-,4 , ..-.. ...... .,,,. ,Y ,I ,..-H...--w. 2'1'-1.-yuh X A , l .5-2:1339-'.'. S -23Cf:'f-'.3'f-- I -- , ....-.-.-,-D. -.,.,..--,.,.-. ,. ...hu ,-.0 .' nr.:-,3,..-H: ,.-.:...-,1.j.-..:.-. La :g.g.::.,:-5.1. '.--..L:- - .' - .'.- , V -I-I--:-.'. -- , . ALLEN PRES5l.AFF-"Sfory- fellers, mischief-makers" . . . cifizen of room 60 . . . plays baskefball al' noonlime . . . likes sporls . . . oh, fha? sfruf . . . fun-lover . . . "Brassy." ERIC RAU-"You will con- quer and o'ercame" . . . one of fhe class brains . . . sfudi- ous . . . co-ediior of "Cedar Berry" . . . always frying fo find a bomb . . . whiz af malls . . . "Eric. bigger and beHer A- ' s L , KRlSTlNA RADOV-"Turned and waved her hand al parl- ing" . . , very sludious . . . quief . . . likes lo ioke . . . ambilion: iraveler . . . likes lrisfory . . . bookkeeping . . . favorile sporf: foolball . . 'lun . . . fall . . . "Kris." LEONARD REITER-"Fell new life, and hope, and vigor" . . . comes from Bronx-a+l1lefic Oype . . . Army . . . likes girls . . . wanls lo relurn io N.Y. . . . ombifionz arlisf . . . craves carving . . . "Lenny." .M 1 J in i x IRENE OTTOSON-"She was sporfing wifh her women" . . . afhlele . . . capable capfain of flle While 'team . . . wills Mary Sperlana . . . loves lrorses and dogs . . . wanls fo lravel . . . riding club mem- ber . . . blond . . . good housekeeper . . . "Sis." JEAN ROBBINS-"When llsou smilesl" . . . always smiling . . . pleasing personalify . . . usually seen joking wifh Mr. Wood . . , secrel admirer of Mr. Albini . . . seen wifh Janel . . . prelfy . . . "Jean- nie." if if -- ir- ' mx " 1 . 15 6- I 5 Y I 1 'F , , Xe . 1 --L 1 - -1, Ag .35 sf ' W ' 99' ' i ' ' ' f L u- I 54. f. ,1M.m. . ,Ae . 5 iii? f ., Q 2 - Q ' 4? J '1 f ., - L, - I, ff -as . , Q GERALD PETERSE-"ln the manly arfs and labors" . . . liails from New York . . . works al Happy Valley Service Sfalion . . , likes lo have a good lime . . . Navy-bound . . . quiet . . . "Wl'1i+y," "Ger- ry. gill e-zones nov-"MM Shen speak of your aclvievemenlsu . . . oclive in civic affairs . , . excellenf mails siudenl' . . . loves io drive . . . Rul- gers-bound . . . kids wilh friends . . . girls777 . . . pleas- anl personaliiy . . . "Geor- gie." wifh Pele and lhe lellows . . . HAZEL SCHETLER - "Wi+h her crimson fuff of lealhers" . . . one of fhe Seaside belles . . . oh, fha? red hair . . . cure smile . . . men? Uh, unl . . . wilh "Ede" . . . "Red," "Ha1e." ANITA SCHRIER-"Wilh her moods of shade and sunshine" . . . dark beauly . . . seen in Lakewood . . . wi+h Joan and Marilyn . . . brainy . . . inler- esied in Rulgers . . . "Ni1'a." JAMES ST. PIERRE-"He lhe marvellous siory-feller" . . . whisiling, singing fhrough fhe halls . . . flashy dresser . . . likes lo folk . . . greai school spiril . . . seen driving? . . . " ii ui yn- gee JAMES SHAPPELL-"Learned in all fhe lore of men" . . . one of our brighl members . . . keen sense of humor . . . always rides his bike fo school . . . good guy . . . well liked by everybody . . . "Jim." "Jim," "Saint" y , 1,.r , U g, 1y,.yQ r,,., sl.ry,q fe LYNX nj ,dr ,. lis ,+ . r 11 JOAN SINCLAIR-"Poinled many shapes and figures" painler laureale of T.R.l"l.S. . . . acfive worker for class . . . dark-eyed beauly . . assislanl' While caplain . . . school dramalisl . . . pals wifh Anne . . . popular . . . men?77 nalurally . . . "Joan.' ,anne Rm, ROBERT SINN-"Homeward from lhe hunl' refurning" . . . came lo us from Cenlral High . . . loves lo sail and swim . . . seen wifh Ken and Harry . . . Girls??7 loves 'em and leaves 'em . . . "Bob." 4it' s fWN s o-4, ' 1' LORETO SICA-"Skilled was he in sporfs and pas1imes" . . . alhlefe laureafe of T.R. H.S .... four-lime class presi- denf . . . popular . . . Siu- denf Principal . . . lomalo pies . . . four-lime varsily loolball . . . nice wave . . . "Junie," "Sic." LILY MAY SMITH - "Ye whose hearfs are fresh and simple" . . . quiel inhabilanf of room bl . . . one ol ihe Home Ec girls . . . serious . . . loves black cacker spaniels . . . lhinks family life is keen . . . "Lil." SARAH SIMMONS-"On u long and a dislanl iourney" . . . lei? in December for Ger- many . . . popular . . . mem- ber ol Sludenl Council . . . dimples . . . one of FF . . . whirling dervish on roller skoies . . . Men??7 Why sure . . . "Sarah." MARY JANE SPERLAZZA- "Hearf and hand ihal move fogelher" . . . acfive in aller- school sporls . . . always smil- ing . . . menace on hockey field . . . assislanf Red cap- loin . . . loves lo roller-skaie . . . seen everywhere wilh Sis . . "Mare," "Splash," . -375. Q 539 X lf A E '35 V I' 13" Rf? A. EDITH SPRAGUE-"Grew a tall and slender maiden" . . . wedding bells . . . always with Hazel . . . bule eyes and dark hair . . . always thinking about .,Ed .. Ed... e. JOSEPH STANLEY - "Twixt the shadow and the sunshine" . . . curly eyelashes . . . likes airplanes . -. . Beachwood firefighter . . . belongs to the B.A.C. . . once a soda ierk in Circle . . nice . . . fun -1-4 , s f ye f . x, ,I-arg 'f 're' A 'Q ' -- sg J ANDREW STRING-"In all youthful sports and pastimes" . . . baseball man . . . ambi- tious . . . pleasant personal- ity . . . usually quiet . . . with Wall . . . "Andy." . . "Joe," 1 ,. T' Q. . Vw X .1 g nm' f l I 1 QP 15' y . i ii ' , VI w , g '34 Q. e . sf-'i cfm " 1 5, J Q S ' ,' was a 1 V , LOIS SUTHERLAND - "Fail not in the greater trial" . . . a newcomer from Boston . . . interested in interior decorat- ing and oil painting . . . likes to experiment with cooking . . . "Lois." CURTIS VAN BLARCOM- "No more work and no more weeping" . . . loves to go horseback riding . . . flirt . . . with the fellows . . . nice build . . . blond hair . "Curt" K 3' PAUL TAYLOR-"Every hu- man heart is human" , . , dy- namite on the drums . . . one of the Beachwood boys . . . in Circle Shop . . . "Paul." IRVING WALLACH-"Paint ed all the trees with scarlet" . . . hubba hubba man of T.R.H.S .... full of art ideas . . . slow, easy drawl . . . bachelor . . . track man . nice grin . . . "lrv." W JAMES TILTON-"Taller than the tallest pine tree" . . . al- ways busy . . . president of Lux et Sonus . . . never for from his camera , . . with Bill . . . witty remarks . . . "Jim," "Tilt." JANE WELLBROOK-"Dance with us your merry dances . . . cute cheerleader . . . nice wavy hair . . . men interest, W.D .... with Seaside kids . . . tap specialty . . . "Janie." I JM Qi PIM as -I .md RICHARD TUNNEY-"He the merry mischief-maker" , . . class comedian . . . one of those great big handsome brutes from Seaside . . . an- chor on football team . . governor ol 49th State, Sea- side . . . has a snauy yellow ieep . . . "Dick." sl l Q sk. PETER WEBER-"With his fluie of reeds" . . . one of fha Regenfs . . . baseball skar . . . "Tha+'s whaf I like aboui' fhe Sou+h" . . . curly hair and blue eyes . . . baskelball . . girls777 . . . "Pele," LESTER WEISS-"Sfrong in will 'lo slrive, fo seek, 'lo find, and nof 'lo yield" . . . hails from 'the Bronx . . . amafeur psychologisf . . . member of brain frusf . . . always falking . . . wilh Marky . . . "Ace." EDWARD WESTEN-"Wi1h a smile he sol' and lisl'ened" . . . baskeiball siar fall and good- looking . . . Siudenf Council member . . . shop man . . . curly hair . . . women?7? . . . nEd'u nEddielu nnweswhvu ef'-ny., 'H et-55:11 GEORGE YETMAN--"All his wooing of fhe maidens" . . . fall and good-looking . . . shop man . . . from greai me- lropolis of Island Heighfs . . . loves fo have fun . . . wolfish grin . . . "Hello," "George." Q9 EVELYN YOUNKERS-"l'land- somesf of all women" . . . quiel' . . . usually with Jane . . . preffy hair . . . nice smile ...men!!!...swee+... Pine Beach belle . . . "Evie." HERBERT ZWlCKEL-"Feel as rapid as The river" . . . dark. curly hair . . . good sense of humor . . . aulhenfic Brooklyn accenl . . . "Herb," "Zwick." ,flea JANE ZIMMERMAN--"Saw a fall and slender maiden" . . . sleek sophisficale . . . charac ier adress . . . Herbie . . . bangs . . . A.F.A .... "Rot" IVAN KLAYMAN-"As a mark of his remembrance" . . . head always in fha clouds . . . likes ko dance . . . avia- fion bug . . . good-looking . . . hamburger fiend . . . likes books . . . afhle+ic . . . second Gene Krupa . .. "lvey." Q R ,Sz , 4 s ..-M st if s s S' , 'Y 'Q 'sr Q we . . s , W 5 Q L T V 'Q 'X 1 . , N. ,5 Q .wg 1 . U ' fd 1 1 5:1 5 ag, E ' 'i 'i I l' 9415 WALTER ZUBER-"His ways are ways of pleasanfnessn . . . slow smile . . . well liked by senior class . . . baseball . . . good sfudenf . . . "Walt" LEO WHALEN-"Thai ihe fribes of men mighf prosper" . . . reiurned from U.S. Army . . . handsome gif? fo T.R. . . . likes freshmen . . . lover . . . Ford beafer . . . neal' dresser . . . "Pefe." f Ax xyifgipi , srsgfx, -ssfsg. 656, We if' J . .-5 'fi-fit A 'L' J X' All . ,' . xp 3 , K A ' iwixe ' 1 ' iff ? i Q . A n v-fu 5 gr 'fm 'saawgsi ' f 9 Q , bs. .1 e s SENIUR PEHSUNALITIES T.. 3..E..a Y .-, -. x, S rv F 1 rv- U ,y-:TV -A-'. A ,. , 513, 1 'aq- i 331 '12-B EEE TE . MOST POPULAR . MOST BASHFUL , CLASS ARTISTS 2 3 4. NICEST LOOKING 5. BEST DRESSED . 6. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED , 7. BEST ATHLETE . , . 8. DONE MOST FOR CLASS . 9.WITTIEST. , , , IO. CLASS WOLF AND WOLFESS Dick Howe .,,. John Meeker .,,, Irving Walloch . Irving WaIIcxcI1 BIII Hansen .. BIII Hansen Junie Sica Junie Sicc ..,. Dick Tunney ... George Yefmcm Gloria DougIas Florence Applegcde Joan Sinclair Evelyn Younlrers Mary Co+ov Marfha Brofmon Mary Sperloua Pai Coin Mary Larkin Elizabeih Lcmgenberg di" Q D .,,, b i , ,in 'A' if ff-5 ii' 4' I I , . I- JCL . , .f M W 1 5 -I n ' N ,eff-1-L " I " V ' P w - " ' ' ,, , , . .. . I , , 'w w 5' ai. , 3,--V ' ""' 4 . X 47 , Si A... A ,,,,w4.. ,is -w ' u I "' gf kg . Q x Q-fa' X 3 swag X 21 , , ' 3 H Y V: 'f f ' ft. Jggr-. sri xV,..,. Vi, ,'5:l?fQg,jFf 6' Charles Anllcen Joy Lnllue and Fred Tuner presnclenfs respec hvely of 'the lunuor sophomore ond freshman classes soberly re fled upon llweur grove responsr bilifies. l 7 rx I Wx fs i " ig-e "Weary S iri+s o +ing nd hea b cle " x P P fl U ef VY UI' NS- :Q qi ' ' - A :J N xo x . A- DEREL SSES i ? l l .. Ag. iiyyli. 1 Y 1 A .45 X, K "Xue, 5 ,U .,f.a ff. 1 41- iw.. ,"5:. 311 W is .. M r 'I M: 31 f 34-., s jgygkji 'LH rw 141 . I., 'xi-1 ln 'rl , I rv - if I 4, J M5 fx' ra . !,'4 .45 L 'u Ap. 911 ' i I lx ,. 04 ' Qixl V . 'W ' 5 yn, M1 K 1. SJN4 1 . n 1, . J,,..I X si 4 , ' ' . V ' - f 0 'I I 1 v r ' I 1 n ln. n 1 4.,,5l " y Q- xx I ," I v " 14 V ' 4 '- -' u vtr' ,M 1 1 w , J Mal 1 A ' a 0 , ,' v A I ' 4 W ,,, ', U. '. q ' , x U' - X -'g,. ' u ' 1, I H . , - r - Q A.,-' E gin 1 .. Tw Y XM. 1545! ' S. .-gfgfkffc, W ?Q'f2i..1g' '.,t.1 N 'aff A . "-Q Q ' ? . iqig-Riga . Q .1 . gy 3 ,av- 4' ji, , X-,. . AW. -. , .. -MY . fl, L, -if s fl x AV- .- ,Mw 'xy A . f fp: v , M MK , E951 vs k N ' w.. , , mg V n 'Q Q ferivrch M ' " Q 1 I Avi SUPHUMUHES One of 'rhe mos? successful dances of 'fhe year was 'rhe sophomore class dance, 'lhe main eveni sponsored by 'rhe sophomores. The +heme was builf around Valen+ine's Day. The Regenfs supplied 'rhe music: sophomore 'ralenf was dis- played fhrough en'rer+ainmen'rg refreshmenfs were served during The evening, Eddie Hazard and Harry Michael were 'rhe only Junior Varsify foofball players Thai were commended 'rhis year for nof having missed a single fooiball pracfice in 'rwo years. The class olzficers include: Jay Lillie, presi- den+: Tom Philipp, vice-presidenf: Joy Apple- gafe, secrelary, and Esfher Wilbur, Treasurer. B flax in .. n' ' Md! XA' Y' The I947 Freshman Class of l75 sfudenls, +he largesl in lhe hislory ol The Toms River High School, gave a good accounl of ifseli. Freshman homeroom 86 won The "Cedar Berry" drive, and Room 67 led in +he magazine sale. The freshman foolball leam, coached by Mr. Riclcells, had a successful season. Some of lhe freshman players subsliluled for The varsify. Mary Herberf, Joanne Seiberl, Joan Lane, and Nerrie Wallace were fwirlers. Several freshmen played in lhe band. Billy Maynard had a lead- ing par? in 'rhe school play. Kalhleen Douglas and Nancy Pierce were elecied 'ro lhe Booslers Club. The class is ably represenled in 'rhe cho- rus and G-Clef Club. Our .honored sfudenf leachers were: Kalhleen Douglas, English l: Palsy Mclnnis, Typing I and Junior Business Training. and Joan Keough, music. FHESHMEN in "Dressed in deerslcin shirf and leggings, Richly wrouglrl' wiih quills and wampum. On his head flue eagle feafhers, ln his hand his bow of ash-wood." CTI ITIE5 fo I " 1. . A : "Heard of all fha misdemeanors, All lhe malice and fhe mischief." STUDENT EUUNEIL Miss Mary Cosiello guides 'rhe members of 'rhe Sludenl Council info making wise, iusf de- cisions on mailers rhaf alifecl fheir classmafes. Anolher example of democracy in acfion in Toms River High. The members of fhe 1947 council: Edward "Lei me iirsf consulf flue olhers: Lei me asl lhe ofher beavers." Weslen, Joan Sinclair, Mary Cofov, Irving Wal- lach, and Richard Howe, seniors: Clifford Campbell, Barbara Fellows, Carol Finley. and James Seiberi, iuniors: .lay Lillie, Esfher Wilbur, and Frances Roberson, sophomores: Joanne Sei- berf and Sandy Kassenofl, freshmen. Council officers seek legal aid. Barbara Fellows, Dick Howe and Joan Sinclair see wha! fha bool: says. A s+a1Ci, headed by Gloria Douglas and Eric Rau, meering fhe deadlines wifh unusual precision: . . . Miss Eslelle Cassidy, helpful whafever lhe problem, correcring +he +orren+ of sroriesi . . . a fyping deparlmenf ever will- ing fo hurry a srory 'rhroughq . . , Mr. Maynard, generous in allowing fhe slaff 'ro use his shop for 'lheir worlc: . . . a lcey sfaii worlcing'long hours THE CED!-KH BERRY oller school correcling proof, reading proof. and wrifing headlines: . . . and fwo highly effi- cienl business managers and energelic group of homeroom leaders bringing a record 5280.70 for subscripfions conlinued +o malce ihe "Cedar Berry" Toms River High School's mosf popular newspaper. Hshflllld you ek s Whence Hugs, 'e9'::QsWl'lenc9 fhote sforigg, and fradrfigmr. . s Gnd an .. "Lqorned iheir name gory-nuars. Tl-GY ihe morvel0U9 Qheir Wcrehfg Edilors Marlha Brafman and Bill Hansen sludy Ce ar Chas? plans wllh Mrs Force facully adviser. lnus year The Cedar Chesl slalli was headed by Marlha Brafman Edilor in Chief and Bill l-lansen, Assislanl Edilor, Pal Cain and Tad Jendy served as lhe capable business man- agers. Joan Sinclair was lhe Ar+ Edifor, assisled by Pal Hallock and lrving Wallach. The publishing ol lhe yearbook isn'l as easy as il looks. Whal piclures do we slill need? Do we blow This piclure up? ls lhe copy com- ing in? Deadlines musl be mel. Only a sfall member can appreciale 'rhe long hours spenl in planning and assembling 'rhis I947 "Cedar Chesl'." The elloi-'rs ol lhe slalf will be greally re- warded by lhe apprecialian and approval of 'rhe sludenl body . ,Y 1 n -' .V 1 ST hm.. ., EDITOR. ,..........,, ...Marlha Bralman ASSISTANT EDITOR .... ...William Hansen ART EDlTOR .....,......,...... Joan Sinclair BUSINESS MANAGERS, . ,Pal Cain, Tad Jendy FACULTY ADVISER ....,. Mrs. Elizabelh Force 'ii-24-ifswff. . - 134 Below us is lhe key slalif of lhe Cedar Chest These seven people developed lhe de- 'railed plans ol 'rhe yearbook and arranged for E assignmenls and deadlines V iv "ln fha furmoil and confusion A DATE WITH JUDY 2 'I C Abouf fhe spring play: Harassed Mr. Fasfer becomes "+he,male wifh fhe mosf lcissable lips," Mrs. Fasfer is fhe only bigamisf in 'rhe PTA, when fheir impressionable vivaciaus feen-age daughfer in- volves fhe enfire family in a series of hilarious dilemmas in an efforf fo oufshine Toafsie Whifemen as Queen of fhe Relief Ball. Judy's success is finally assured when Toofsie is defhroned wifh hives and Oogie remains faifhful. "Wifh her moods of shade and sunshine Eyes Ohcf smiled and frowned alfernofef Brovely have you foiled fo help me." "Who shall lead us and shall guide us-" H- Their words ol vllsdom "Wise men spec i Thai hw' 'l""" Parish lf' The ears STUDENTS DAY STUDENTS' DAY ln March Toms River High School held an- oTher successTul STudenTs' Day. A selecTed group oT sTudenTs assumed The duTies and responsibili- Ties of The TaculTy and The ianiTors, Under The leadership of STudenT Principal Junice Sica, order, quie+, and The usual digniTy oT a schools day prevailed. All The sTudenTs were anxious To co-operaTe despiTe The absence oT TaculTy mem- bers. l'lighlighTs of The day were a Tomaio pie- eaTing conTesT ai' lunch Time, and an enTerTain- ing assembly program in The aTTernoon. The program ieaiured Thelma Elms who sang "GuilTy" and "Oh, BUT l Do." Mr. DeTwiler re- :iTed one oT Tad Daly's Tamous poems, "Da Bigga Baseball." Al Sica, Chuck Benariclc, Carl Vaddy. and George SaviTslcy, All-Americans from The UniversiTy of Pennsylvania were also on The program. "The Weeping Willows," a sexTeT from New Jersey College for Women sang several selecTions. "I can even give you lessons, Lessons beTTer Than This endless Talking." HR"Tf5l l T THE LUX ET SONUS. under The leadership of Mr, Davis, TaculTy adviser, and James TilTon, presidenT, handles all classroom and audiTorium movies, sToge eT- TecTs, and The public address sys- Tems. The club was enlarged This year To a record of Two dozen members. all noTorious class-cuT- Ters. LIBRARY CLUB WhaT would we do wiThouT The Library Club? Miss McLean and sixTy-one members were The hard-working people who kepf The boolcs in place and ready Tor use during The enTire year. l-lighlighT of The year was The club's Trip To The lce Show in The spring. CHORUS Sing and be happy! Mem- bers oT The chorus meT each week To pracTice Their do, re, mi's un- der The guidance oT Mrs. Rowe, singing insTrucTor, The songs They sang Tor The ChrisTmas program gave evidence of Their hard work and abiliTy. A spring concerf was The club's big evenT of The year. FRENCH CLUB The monsieurs and mademoi- selles of +he French Club had a busy year, The club Iunclioned os a helpful supplemenlr Io Ihe French classes. To develop fluency and 'ro gain pracrice The club meelings were conducled olmosf enfirely in French wilh coaching by Mrs. Ewarl, facully adviser. SERVICE CLUB Beaufilying +he school by or- ranging and planfing flower beds was one achievemenl of The Serv- ice Club. The club also gave as- sisfance Io The Booslers' Club in selling +icIce+s for Ioofball games and decoraling for Chrislmas. Under 'fhe sponsorship of Mrs. Ewarr The club had a successful year. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Indian Chapler of +he Nalional Honor Sociefy was char- Iered in May, I946. Membership in The sociely is based on scholaslic abilily, lead- ership, service, and characler. Members are chosen from Ihe senior and junior classes by a commillee composed of facully members. l ' l I E E SCIENCE CLUB Direcfed by Mr. D. Davis, 'lhe Science Club delves experi- menfally info +he field of science. Faced by formidable compeiiiion from clubs which meef purely for enjoyment +he Science Club, pre- sided over by Bruce Blum: is held primarily fo give 'fhe members ex- perience in conducling experi- menfs. BOCSTERS' CLUB "Boos'r or be Boos+ed,"-'rhe moHo of 'rhe Booslers' Club, 'rhe purpose of which is fo boosi school spirii' by promofing a+- lendance ai aihleiic games, spon- soring infermural lraclc meels and numerous dances. Presidenl, Philip Armsfrong: vice-presideni, Philip Grant secreiary, Carol Finley, and ireasurer, Barbara Fellows led The club fhrough a successful year. THE SLIDE RULE CLUB Composed of seven mem- bers, 'rhis club began fwo years ago under 'the supervision of Mr. Edward Kuchniclc. The club meeis every Monday in room 62. The members become ihoroughly fa- miliar wifh The marvelous liHle in- sfrumeni ai'rer which 'rhe club is named and are soon able 'ro make use of if in Their mafh courses. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUBS The Phoiography Clubs under Mr. Goodman's able leadership 'rhis year again offered phofo 'Fiends +he opporiunify To praciice and improve Their ari. The club program fea+ured demonsiraiions by ihe members in new iechniques and apparaius. The clubs also pariicipaied in several confesis. COLLEGE-CAREERS CLUB Refurning from fhe service lasl year, Mr. Wood reorganized 'rhe College-Careers Club. Here available opporiunilies for college and careers were invesligaied. Presideni Bill Hansen wi'rh ihe co- operaiion of Vice-presideni Bob Camp and Secrefary-Treasurer Mary Failh Larlcin provided mem- bers wiih leciurers and sources of informalion lo help fhem malce wise choices in iheir vocalions. SPANISH CLUB Wiih Mr. Albini The club planned several fiesias during fhe year. The Spanish Club dance, a high spoi in fhe school social pro- gram, was highlighied by an ex- hibiiion of Spanish dancing. The club is bofh inferesiing and in- iormaiive. S , , .R-1 A ex, , ,f,,WM K 7 W xg, ,,:7.,.... -J,,,,.,,3,5,,,,,v4.., .,. f . qw , 2-sf1...,Muw'-X.: V- , N-Q-,.f'w.,w-. if., ,aw w-.,.-,:a+-', I b '-'reg X . -' - Q ,-fe---"xx we -. --.. y .,,. 1 t ' fy ., wx ' ' C - A . .,,.,,.q - , : , ' , Y .A .,,Af,,,, . nf-. fi JH? 1 ,-4 ws. 'W FUUTBALL 4 And fhey sfood 'lhere on fhe meadow Wildly glaring af each ofher: In fheir faces sfern defiance. In fheir hearis fhe feuds of ages, The heredifary haired, The ancesfral fhirsi of vengeance. Then began 'lhe grealesf baHle Thai' The war-birds ever wifnessedf' nf' The Indians encounfered a rough schedule, playing every 'Pop Shore Conference feam. The squad was handicapped by iniuries ond graduafion. i fr Q. eef 1 I V Thanksgiving Day the warriors mer a fa- .,,5, ' ' hi H ,'-- 1 I vored Lakewood eleven. However, fhey Ag., hold lhe Piners fo a I3-6 win in lheir V ,Q AS., I besi effort of fha year. D' . -fi-23 . NTTTM is .W + -ei , BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach J. Konowih, D. Howe, C. VanBlarcom, J. Dean, P. Weber, A. Slring, R. Frariep, R. Tunney, A. Hayes, B. Gulcer fmanagerl. SECOND ROW: Mr, H, Pearson, Assisfanl Coach: P. Hershey, W. Gorlhwaife, C. Aiflren, R. Radov, H. Crenner. J. Seiberf, W. Dudley. THIRD ROW: R. Polifano, J. Smelling, D. Gibson, C. Treloar, A. PressloFf, G. Yefman, L, Sica, E, Hazard, L. Froriep. TOP ROW: A. Raymond, E. Tolberl, G. Dillard, K. Bosfwoclr. E. Schellberg, H. Michaels, J. Leddy, J. Hershey, J, Kelly, Mr, Defwiler. J.. . - - ' BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Reed, F. Luchansky, J. Hank- lns, H. Larsen, J. Gesser, J. Well- brook. TOP ROW: G. Douglas, R. Braun, A. Richman, B. Fellows, C. Finley, M, Kelly, M, Woolley. "Deeds are beHer fhings Qhan words are, Aclions mTgl1fisr than boas+ings" "S+ou+ Hearled Men," "Jealousy," Greig: yes, our band can play lhem all well, well enou l1, in fact +o win a firsf place in fhe Sfale X x vm one lo' We 0 1 Q Wah 6 blg LQHS 9 gm. . 5 ,. ,' --254 ' 46 , . ' ,, . V di v ' l -Ngrmgfrrii ... , . f "" . -, .1 - f - r -a '91, ,f V L-'TfF'M 'f9'F"Q,y,: M 9' ' V life, ffl?-aw! I ,, , Miva' . , A 4 ' ,M-3 , ' 9 f eww J ,, 2 so - Q 15 F' W ?-1 f 1a- ,, ', 'J - A . - QI- 'S' ' ' vi 'K' AAA,-Q-124-Fi-gi, ' liy"5,0f-fe-rea'-1-5 9 Firemen's Convenfion. Under fhe excellenl' super- ' 'A-143, vision of Mr. Clouser, 'rlwe sclwool band is becom- ing known as one of l'l'1e besf in New Jersey. "Sailing round in narrower circles, "Why sland idly looking ai us? "Homeward lhen he sailed exulhng Havering nearer nearer, nearer." Come and wresile wilh fhe o9hers!" For The frophies of fha balile BA P. Granf, Coach F. J. Ranoff. senoff. SHETBALL ROW, LEFT TO RlGHT: J. Sprague, H. Crenner, J. Hopkinson, l. Wallach, L. Sica, E. Wesfen, P. Weber P. Armslrong, E. Solomon, W. Dudley, W. Garlhwaile, SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach J. Konowifz Trechsel, C. Treloar, C. Landry, J. Novins, B. Davis, B. Lochenour, L, Froriep, J. Lillie, C. Campbell, B. Gulzer THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: H, Tice. J, Janeslzo, R, Ciffa, R. Van Duzer, W. Maynard, C. Newman, S. Kas- .-p.,. -,.L.. ,aa mt., , 1 , 'L'-,N W... -. . .......4 .. 1' f- A .N ,, .,,. M v 4 1- , , .,..., A.. M- w , . .T,,y,-q,,NMmY'5fs.Qm.2 1-.JM ...':.....T1V .V . A. .H-C.. xi: I-1, V ,.....-E....+,..., .,.-,..A, s.,,T,WwwM A . 3 4 ' - Y Q 1---ML.-..,,. . . M -.-...L ,, E I 124. . US'- 'T'T"Q -,-- . B LIU: .lr V U74 vii Working wifh a group of inexperienced bu+ hard-working boys, Coaches John Konowifz and Floyd Trachsel produced a boslce+boll Team wifh on even record. The vorsily squod consisfed of 'three sophomores, four iuniors, ond live sen- iors. The slow-slarring season wcs highlighfed by on impressive viclory over Monosquon, being deleafed for 'rhe lirsl 'rime in fwenly-five con- seculive wins. Ed Weslen and Phil Gronl sup- plied 'rhe scoring punch lhroughouf +he season. Bill Dudley, Phil Arrnslrong, Pele Weber ond Junie Sico were lhe moinslays ol fhe defense. BASKETBALL WINS T.R. Opp Tues., Dec. I7-Bornegcrl' ,. , 40 36 Tues., Dec. 24-Alumni . . 45 36 Tues., Jon. 7-Leonardo , , ., 38 33 Tues., Jon. I4--Lakewood , . , ..,. 47 30 Tues., Jan. 2l-Manasquan ,. .,.. 40 32 Tues., Jan. 28-Hoffman ...., . . 50 39 Mon., Feb. Il-Barnegcrl .... .... 5 7 36 Tues., Feb. I8-Leonardo ..,.. .,., 5 3 49 "Fleef of fool' was Hiawa+ha- Sfrong of arm and swiff wifh daring." TH EH Coached by Mr. Donald Kirlc, lasf year's very successful frack feam once again broughf home fhe Shore Conference Crown Trophy affer defeafing Manasquan, which was running a near-firsf. Aside from winning fhe Shore Con- ference, fhe Indians came in a close second place in fhe New Jersey Sfafe Meef, losing firsf place by a slighf margin of poinfs. Toms River fram- pled every opponenl' lasf year by of leasf a 20- poinf lead. The fwo meefs fhaf were af all close were fhe Shore Conference and fhe Sfafe Meefs. The feam's high scoring was led by senior class members who have since graduafed. We have, however, many flashy frackmen leff, and we are looking forward fo a successful season once again. The following boys represenf fhis year's fracl: feamz Eddie Wilberf, l-lerberf Zwiclcel, James Seiberl, Philip Armsfrong, Eddie Tolberf, Jaclc Corrigan, William Casler, James Snelling, Dick Howe, John Hopkinson, Harold Crane, Irv- ing Wallach, Leland Froriep, Clyde Applegafe, and Pefer Weber. These boys will be coached by Mr. Miller, a new arrival af Toms River. APRIL 9 Wed. ..... . II Fri. . I5 Tues. ..... . . SEB LL SCHEDULE .BARN EGAT . . ..... Home MATAWAN .... ..... H ome MANASQUAN .,............... Awoy I8 Fri. . ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS . . . Ifenfofivel 22 Tues. . .... BARNEGAT ,.............. Ifeniufivel 25 Fri. . LAKEWOOD ... .,.... .Home 29 Tues ...,. .. . FREEHOLD ....... .... A wcy MAY 2 Fri. . POINT PLEASANT ... . . . .Away 6 Tues. 9 Fri. . FREEHOLD ...,... ..... H ome MANASQUAN ..... ..... H ome POINT PLEASANT .... ..... H ome I3 Tues. ...... . I6 Fri. . 20 Tues. ...... . 23 Fri. . LAK EWOO D .......... ,..... A way M ATAWAN ................... Away ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS . . . Ireniofivel B' J a- .A vu: "AII your s+rengIIi is in your union AII your danger is in discord. Therefore be of peace Iogeiher. PIcy like broihers 'Io win vic'Iory." . X! x l' f l ,pw-x N 1 f f' gb df, wwfx f ff- ! Z 1 . 'fl X, s 3 2 1 ' ' 1 E ,-W f :fi ' - .K K lk.. xx JE 1? 5 E SHE I THE EEDAB EHEST UE 1947 1 .ZKAH i -p-v-tsx Q. ,, GLO-Chosen by her feammafes lo lead lhem in fheir annual confesi againsi +he Whifes-Red Capfain Gloria Douglas, smiling in her usual happy manner. SIS-Smiling While Capfain, charming Irene Offoson, beHer known as "Sis." She is an oufsfanding afhleie and has led a championship hockey ieam. REDS ON PARALLEL BARS-Exhibiiion la a rou f WHITES ON BA 5- l'I y 9 P 9 R T e Whiies show fheir abilify on Reds "doing lheir duff" on fhe parallels. 'lhe parallel bars in a pyramid. GIRLS' SPURTS "Supple as fhe plianl bird-free, Bending, swaying in fhe au+umn." Each year when +he new squaws en+er +he high school Tribe ihey draw a piece of red or while paper ou+ of a box. This designafes 'rhe 'reom on which They ploy for 'the four years. Afier a few moons, Miss Miller chooses ceriain girls 'fo be members of The Leaders' Club. From fhis club are chosen iwo senior girls. Hear fhem laughing like fha blue iays, Hear ihem singing like fha robins." "Lis+en io The happy maidens, To fheir ehaffer and iheir ialking, who, wifh 'rhe aid of iheir iearnmales, presenf +heir annual program on Sporfs Nile, This evenl is eagerly onficipoled by everyone, for ihe com- pe+i+ion is keen. A prize cup is given 'ro 'rhe leam ihai wins fhree years in succession. BOTH-Reds and While: ioin in ihis presonfahon mm 'SX A 1 ,ab HT SNAP I 'al Ll- - . 'Y VERA f ' rim, A1-rLe.R5hXQ CLASS HISTUHY lT wasn'T long ago ThaT The class oT '47 was a group oT uncerTain, curious and bashTul Trosh. WiTh The coming oT The years came selT-assurance and eagerness To carry ouT our re- sponsibiliTies as high school sTudenTs. We began our Treshman year by elecTing capable oTTicers: PresidenT, Junie Sica: vice-presidenT, Ed WesTen: secreTary, Joan Sinclair: Treasurer, Eileen Carroll. Joan Sinclair and Ed WesTen were selecTed as STudenT Council members, The class oTTicers proved To be so compeTenT ThaT They held Their oTTices Tor Three consecuTive years. ln The senior year, however, Junie Sica was chosen presidenT: Dick Howe, vice-presidenT: Joan Sinclair, secre- Taryi Glo Douglas, Treasurer. Toms River sporT Tans cheered Tor our Tall, rugged aThleTes. STarring in TooTball were Junie Sica, Dick Howe, PeTe Weber, Andy STring, George YeTman, Tiny Froriep, Dick Tunney, Al Hayes, and PeTe Bender. Ed WesTen, PeTe Weber, Junie Sica, Phil Arm- sTrong and Phil GranT were our baskeTball heroes. The senior boys who excelled in base- ball were PeTe Weber, Dick Howe, Phil GranT, Tad Jendy, Al Hayes and Ed WesTen. LasT buT noT leasT such girl aThleTes as Sis OTToson, Mary Sperlazza, Glo Douglas, Gerry Dech, Joan Sinclair, and Mary CoTov held The spoTlighT. Among The sTage-sTruck sen- iors whose Tine perTormances have made The Toms River plays so successTul were Joan Sin- clair, Dick Howe, Jane Zimmerman, Glo Douglas, Jim ST. Pierre, Bob Eagle and George YeTman. The class oT '47 has always ouTdone iTselT in an eTTorT To sponsor school dances. One oT These, The Junior Prom, was The mosT successTul in years. ln our sophomore year a well-aTTended barn dance oTTered Tun and enTerTainmenT Tor The sTudenT body. WiTh The help oT Mr. Reigle, The sophomore class sponsored a successTul magazine and book drive Tor wounded soldiers. Joan Sinclair, Irving Wallach, Thelma and RuTh Hann, Alice Keller and Gerry Dech were among The enThusiasTic seniors who helped make The Hallowe'en painTing program so eTTecTive. The senior year has been The mosT successTul year Tor The class oT '47, In The TirsT quarTer The class was represenTed by a panel oT nine seniors who pub- licly expressed Their views on The Topic oT leisure Time. Bill Hansen, Bob Camp, Marion Mc- Omber, Sara Leibrick, Jim TilTon, MarTha BraTman, Eric Rau, Mary EaiTh Larkin and George Roy spoke beTore The Modern Muses. George Roy, Dick Howe and Bill Hansen were among The seniors who parTicipaTed in The Township Day program of Ocean CounTy. ln order To Tinance and supporT "The Cedar Berry" The sTaTT conducTed a successTul subscripTion drive which was headed by Mary EaiTh Larkin and Tad Jendy, Hard-working seniors responsible Tor "The Cedar Berry" issues were Eric Rau, Bill Hansen, Dick Howe, Gloria Douglas, George Roy, Tad Jendy, Mary EaiTh Larkin, Mary Sperlazza, PeTer Weber and Anne Cavender. Dick Howe, Bill Hansen, Gloria Douglas and Mary CoTov may well be proud oT The Time and eTTorT ThaT They spenT in making This year's magazine subscripTion drive The mosT successTul in The hisTory oT TRHS. Mary EaiTh Larkin and Mary Sperlazza were high salesmen. No class hisTory would be compleTe wiThouT menTioning The TaculTy whose unTiring and willing eTTorTs always have been recognized and appreciaTed by This class oT '47, "BuT These friends I leave behind me ln your wuTch and ward l leave Them." 49 ELI-XSS WILL We, The Indians oT 1947, abouT To venTure inTo The sTrange world aT The pale Tace, being oT a generous spiriT do bequeaTh upon our Tellow redskins our greaT knowledge oT ln- dian lore. To Big ChieTs Edgar M. Finck and N. S. DeTwiler we leave The exacTing Task aT manage ing our Toms River Tepee. To Mr. RickeTTs we leave The promise To make enough hisTory To Turnish him wiTh inTer- esTing maTerial Tor The nexT I2O years. We appoinT Florence Hoehe, MargareT Bauer, and BeTTy Jane Wardell assisTanTs To Miss CosTello, collecTor oT wampum. ln preparaTion Tor nexT year's classes, To Mr. Kuchnick we leave This biT oT wiT lor shall we say cornl. Lakewood: "Gee, This is a greaT cheering secTion you have here." Toms River: "You beT. BeTore every game They sell rooT-beer." Mrs. Marvin receives sincere hopes she will be able To proTecT her ChrisTmas Tree Trom The vandals OT Room 60. To Medicine Man Wood, The one who sTaTed, "SuTTer The long conTracTs To come unTo me," we leave plenTy oT Them. I Squaw Jane Wellbrook leaves To Jeanne Gesser, Jeanne Hankins, Peg Woolley, and Alicemay Richman her cheerleading abiliTy. To any girl who is lucky enough To geT iT, Celine Madsen leaves her seaT in TronT aT Mr. RickeTT's desk. Tessie Schwimmbeck inheriTs The Tlaming locks oT Hazel ScheTler and JaneT Irons. To Charles AiTken goes Bob Sinn's abiliTy To speak ouT oT Turn. ElizabeTh Langenberg lclass wolTessl leaves The Tield clear Tor Barbara Lewis. Jim TilTon confers upon Eric Leber some oT his "Tlagpole" build. Phyllis Bowker leaves To Shirley TilTon her naTurally curly hair. lThaT should save you some Trouble, Shirley.l Lily Mae SmiTh, Lois SuTherland, and MyrTle Foye leave Their quieT personaliTies To MarTha Fried, Emma McGuire, Eleanor Moberg, Lillian Nelson, and AniTa PoliTano. Herb Zwickel besTows upon Harold Crane his speed and Alex Zsoldos his place aT lasT on The sign-ouT sheeTs. To Harry Crenner goes Phil GranT's "deadeye" and his haircuT. Mary Sperlazza besTows upon Dewey Mae Snelling her aThleTic abiliTy, Bruce Blum leaves To Allen KassoTT his camera. Alvin ClayTon and Clyde ApplegaTe receive George Roy's ap- peTiTe. CharloTTe Bearce and Eunice Rowe inheriT Mary CoTov's accuracy in baskeTball. Connie Conover leaves To awaiT The sound oT wedding bells. To Byron Eno goes The shyness oT John Meeker. Rosalie ClayTon is leTT To dazzle The senior boys wiTh her beauTy. Gerald Blaine bequeaThs his liTTle brownie suiT upon Frank Brown. Gerry Dech leaves her band uni- Torm To Joe RanoTT. Think iT will TiT, Joe? Jim SeiberT slips inTo The quarTerback sloT leTT va- canT by Dick Howe. Junie Sica leaves To Jim Snelling The honor oT leading The Team To a championship. Sarah Simmons' sunny disposiTion is leTT To Carol Finley. DoT GloTTke leaves Jim WrighT and MarTin Davies To TighT over her spoT aT The window in Room 60. Bill GarTh- waiTe is The sole heir To Phil ArmsTrong's scinTillaTing wiT. EThel Mae Barney leaves To join Wes. Joe Dean blesses Fred Fialkowski wiTh his absenT-mindedness. Ben Harris, Marion Mc- Omber, and Mary Larkin, Three amazing Spanish "brains," leave Their abiliTy To Ed Solomon, JaneTh Klayman and Louise Wilbur. Sheila Fried besTows upon JaneT Cook her man Trou- bles. Olga Keeney is lucky To receive PaT Cain's speed on The TypewriTer. JaneT GranT and Madeline DiTTon leave To Mary Thein and Annabelle Bunnell Their seaTs on The Forked River school bus. Sam BriTTon leaves To Jack EveriTT screw drivers, wrenches, spark plugs and oTher auTo mechanics equipmenT. Vic Radov slips inTo PeTe Bender's guard posiTion. Anna Caven- der leaves To Barbara Fellows her posT aT The mail box. Ken BosTwick wills his liTTle black book To Ken Hershey. MarTha BraTman leaves her brains To be disTribuTed among Jack JohnsTone, RoberT Jones, and RoberT Slocum. KrisTina Radov leaves a IOO in hisTory TloaTing around. Any iunior who can snag iT will be mighTy lucky. Bob Eagle leaves his hisTory answers Tor Bernard Podolsky. Eileen Carroll, Mary Galen, and Noreen Kelly leave Their daTes To Eleanor 6ileTTe, Marie 50 Leber, and Margie Fischer. Gloria Douglas leaves Helene Larsen lo carry on lor lhe Red leam. Rulh Claxlon had lo leave early because ol illness and we all miss her. Pele Weber's "hal" lrumpel is willed lo Warren Doscher, bul his permanenl wave goes lo Jerry Sprague. James l"The Lover"l Sl. Pierre bequealhs lo Charles Shulls and Howard Mullens his lech- nique. Mary Deroko leaves lo Joanne Allardice her slalure. Florence Applegale leaves her Iasl name lo Janice and Joyce. Easlelene Hewill and Lucille Allen beslow upon Mildred Sigrisl and Phyllis Clemenl lheir abilily lo play lhe piano. Irene Biernbaum is Iell lo supply everyone wilh cream pulls and olher Palmhouse goodies. Barbara Disbrow leaves Dan Gibson all by his lonesome al lhe door ol room 59. Wall Zuber and Andy Slring will WEA lo Janel Conover and Clara Mac- Elwee. Alice Keller leaves lo Helen Brower any period she chooses in which lo day-dream. Joan Worlh inherils lhe color ol Marian Johnson's hair. Lillian Marhevka beslows lhe bul- lelin board in lhe upper hall lo Mary Radov. Dorolhy Bonderchuck receives lhe neal appear- ance ol Doris Filce. The senior girls leave lo James Larkin a number ol bandonas which he persisled in pulling off. Jean Robbins conlers upon Lee Marshall and Joan Leibrick her lisl ol all lhe lalesl jokes. Angelo Carrozza leaves Seaside lo be well laken care ol by Bill Cas- Ier. The Gray sislers, Sara and Belly, leave lheir color lo Rose Purpuri. Kalherine Haley leaves as quielly as she came. Irving Wallach leaves Pal Hallock lo carry on in lhe arl deparlmenl and lhe Lakewood Road lo Clarence Websler and John Ericsson. Anila Schrier and Marilyn Golden leave lhe "Golden Grill" lo Sylvia Flax and Lilo Maier. Scoll Allen inherils Curl Van Blarcom's blond hair. Lorella Cramer, Bernice Slupensky, Lou Ann Lynch, and Irene Homolovich receive lhe Home Ec. Collage lrom Rulh and Thelma Hann. John Oeser is lhe lucky boy lo gel Bob Hoey's beloved corner seal in room 60. To Arlhur Quilly, Allen Preslall leaves lhose leach- ers who insisl on silence. Winnie Hiering's quiel disposilion is given lo Dorolhy Leary and Selma Levine. Olive Douglas leaves in room 60 lhe iar lo be passed around lor lhe various drives and her sunny smile lo go wilh il, Dollie Slephens is lell lo lake good care ol Island Heighls. Jane Zimmer- man conlers upon lhe Smilh lwins, Nancy and Palsy, her savoir laire. Because Rulh Ehrmann is so shorl, Edilh Sprague has decided lo leave her a bil ol her heighl. Frances Flynn and Marie LeVance are lhe lucky girls lo inheril Sis Olloson's abilily lo swing a wicked hockey slick. Eddie Weslen leaves lhe courl clear lor John Hopkinson, Jim Shappell leaves his sparkling personalily lo anyone who lhinks he can malch il. Blair Guker inherils lhose "red hol" drums lrom Paul Taylor. Cliff Campbell is blessed wilh Al Hayes' lwinkle loes. Sara Leibrick, Eric Rau, and Lesler Weiss scaller lheir well-known gray maller among Doris Bellauer, Eric Leber and Ed Solomon. Bob Froriep leaves his brolher Lee, Mary Jane Erickson inherils lhe severe beauly ol Evelyn Younkers. Tad Jendy leaves his name lo anyone who lhinks he can lackle il. To Franklin Hennessey goes lhe lalal charm ol George Yelman. Joan Kassenoll be- quealhs upon Ellen Rioux her bubbling spirils. Herbie Sorenson receives lhal devaslaling smile ol Bill Hansen's. Dick Tunney leaves all lhe leachers in peace. Doris Bellauer is lhe lucky girl lo inheril lhe myslerious dark eyes ol Joan Sinclair. The Beachwood Circle Shop is Iell lo Carl Anderson and Fred Nuckle by Joe Slanley. Phil Fried leaves papers scallered aboul lor lhe seniors lo keep up wilh lhe "Times." Bob Camp unwillingly deparls wilh his beloved Dodgers, which he leaves in sale keeping wilh Jack Shappell, Jack Benedicl, Paul Dillon, Roberl Mears and Leo Whalen have decided lo iusl leave. Any olher iuniors are Iell lo ballle lheir way lorward as we did. May lhe besl lniuns succeed. GLORIA DOUGLAS RICHARD I-IOWE Sl NAME LUCILLE ALLEN .....,....... FLORENCE APPLEGATE ,.,... PHILIP ARMSTRONG ....,,.. ETHEL MAY BARNEY .....,.. GRANT BENDER ...... JOHN BENEDICT ..,.. PHYLLIS BOWKER.. . GERALD BLAIN ..., BRUCE BLUM ...,...... KENN ETH BOSTWICK ....,,.. MARTHA BRAFMAN ..., ,.,. SAMUEL BRITTON . . HENRIETTA CAIN. . ,. ROBERT CAMP ...., EILEEN CARROLL ,..,.. ANGELO CARROZZA ,... RICHARD CASAGRANDE ,... ANNE CAVENDER ...A....,.. ELIZABETH CONNELLEY.. ,. CONSTANCE CONOVER ..... MARY COTOV ....,..,...... JOSEPH DEAN ..A. , GERALDINE DECH.. .. MARY DEROKO ...,.... .... BARBARA DISBROW. ...... . MADELINE DITTON .... PAUL DITTON .....,., GLORIA DOUGLAS ,,.. OLIVE DOUGLAS... ROBERT EAGLE .... DORIS FILCE ..,., MYRTLE FOYE .... PHILLIP FRIED . SHEILA FRIED. .. .. ROBERT FRORIEP, .. MARY GALEN ..... . . DOROTHY GLOFFKE .. MARILYN GOLDEN ,.,, JANET GRANT ..,. PHILIP GRANT. .. , ELIZABETH GRAY SARA GRAY ......., . KATHERINE HALEY. RUTH HANN ...... THELMA HANN ....,, WILLIAM HANSEN., . BENJAMIN HARRIS . ALBERT HAYES ..,..,. EASTELENE HEWETT. WINIFRED HIERING. . ROBERT HOEY ..... , SENIUH SLAMS AM BITION Undecided ........ Secrelary .,........ To be presidenl .,.. Bride .............. Aulo wreclrer ...... To graduale .. .,... Undecided ...,,,... Painler ..... ..,.. Pholographer ...... Vel .......,. .,... Teacher . .,.. . Truck driver 4,.., Secrelary ... ., Lawyer . , . Model .... 77777 .... ..... Bachelor .. ..... Technician .,...,... New car ......,., To gel married ..... To lravel .......,... Undecided ..., Arlisl ..... Secrelary . . . Secrelary Secrelary Farmer ...Go Wesl ....College .To graduale .. ...Slenographer ...... .Dress designer ..,... College . . . Singer.. Mechanic .Dancer Les .........., .,.. To be happy .. Secrelary ..... To grow hair .. Secrelary .......,.. Typisl ...... . Sil on boss's lrnee Gel married ..,.... Gel married .. Blue and Gold . ...No sale . College . . . Monroe ...Technician ..... Bulcher .. .. .. SEEN WITH Myrl ........, Fried sislers . Helene .,.. Sis Whalen . lhe Lincoln . Andy .... Doris .. Joe .... George .. girls . , . Pal ..... Mooch ..,. Marly ...... everybody . . . Mary Galen Ken ..... 59'ers ...... Joan Sinclair sailors ...... Rulh Hann .... Seaside gang . George ....... Eleanor ....... Seaside crowd . Danny ........ Mary ..., Charles .. Big 4 ..,. Myrl ..... everybody . . Phyll .... Olive ., papers . . . Celine , Junie ..... Eileen, .loan Les ......... Anila, Joan Mary, Madeline Weslen ....,.. Sara .. T ......... . . Seaside gang . Connie, Thelma Connie, Rulh .. boys ........ Bill, Jim .... .... . car ...... .... . Monroe,.,.. .... Seaside group ...... .Mildred Brigham 52 NOTED FOR shyness ......... . . , shorlhand speed wil ......,. . . ring . . . car ........ lingernails .... good loolxs noisiness ... pholo leafs . flirling .... brains . red hair co-operalion . hard worlr .... good loolrs wave .... quielness ., devolion . lardiness earrings . lallring . . . lardiness .....pep personalily . .. nealness . . . giggling . . . quielness ...., school spiril . .. pleasing manner heighl ........ shyness .... laughing ..... . . ,newspapers .... chewing gum .. .,.,.heighl ...sailing ..... .good disposilion ...nealness willy remarlrs . . baslcelball .... slenography .... ..... blue eyes .... big grin ..... willy remarlrs ... ... .. willy ...... falling ... silence .. dancing ... giggles . . . , her smile . . . devolion . FATE undecided lypisl 'family man housewife bus driver cabby housewife girls mad chemisl Don Juan Mrs. grease-monlrey housewife D.A. Powers model lax colleclor assessor Skillman marriage old age marriage goodness lznows arl leacher who knows? wedding bells Mrs. i carpenler 777777 leacher we'd lilre lo lmow unlrnown success pharmacisl Songslress Navy marriage .Les gel married Mrs. coach Mrs. housewife housewife gel married ... . .gel married polilioian Quien sabe7 Rulgers Franlr malrimony malrimony ERIC RAU ,...,,,.. ..,. NAME RICHARD HOWE ...,, .... JANET IRONS ...,,., ,.... TAD JENDY ...,.,.,,.... MARIAN JOHNSON ......... JOAN KASSENOFF ..,. .,.. ALICE KELLER ....... .... NOREEN KELLY ...,,.,..,.., ELIZABETH LANGENBERG .,.. MARY LARKIN ......,... SARA LEIBRICK ..... ,... CELINE MADSEN ,,..... MARION McOMBER ,..,.,,. ROBERT MEARS ...I... LILLIAN MARHEVKA ..,...,. IRENE OTTOSON .... GERALD PETERSE .... ..... ALLEN PRESSLAFF ,.... KRISTINA RADOV ..,.. ... LEONARD REITER .... ..,. JEAN ROBBINS GEORGE ROY ..,.,... .,.. JAMES ST. PIERRE ...,. HAZEL SCHETLER ..... .... ANITA SCHRIER .,., .... JAMES SHAPPELL ,.,.. .,.. LORETO SICA ..,,... ..... JOAN SINCLAIR ,,,.. .... ROBERT SINN ..,.. LILY MAY SMITH .... ..,, MARY SPERLAZZA ..... .,... EDITH SPRAGU E A... .... JOSEPH STANLEY .... .... ANDREW STRING ..,. ..,. LOIS SUTHERLAND ..., PAUL TAYLOR ...A. .... JAMES TILTON .......,.. RICHARD TUNNEY .,,,...,.. CURTIS VAN BLARCOM ,,... IRVING WALLACH ...,...,.. PETER WEBER ..... LESTER WEISS ....,.. JANE WELLBROOK ... ..,. EDWARD WESTEN ..,.. SENIUIEI SL!-IMS AMBITION .Navy .....,...,.... Secrelary .. . . .. Engineer ... .... Bookkeeper ... ,... Gel' married ...,... Designer .,... .... Teacher ..,,...,.... Research scienlisf . . . Teacher . . ...... . . Wrifer., Nurse.. Teacher .. 7777 ,,,,., .... To lravel. .. Nurse.. Navy... .,... To win a noon-lime baskefball game .. Slenographer ,,..... Chemical engineer ,, Ariisf ,.,,,. ..,.... Secrelory , Ver .....,... To grad uale . Model .,,...,...... Commercial work Business man ....... Foolball player ,.,. . Commercial arfisf None ........,. Malrimany ... Secrelary .. Ed .......... Aulo wrecker ..,.. Joker ,,........... Inferior decoralor ,. Drummer . ..,,.,, . Theology ....,.. Foofball coach . 7777 .,,.....,. Family man .... Replace Harry James. To cure cancer .,... To Iravel . . Coach . . , . . . LEO WHALEN ........ ..,.. T o gel' his license GEORGE YETMAN .... .,.,. EVELYN YOUNKERS ..r...... JANE ZIMMERMAN .,..,..,. WALTER ZUBER ..... .... HERBERT ZWICKEL . . . .Swim English channel. Soulh American voyage . . Docfor . . Former . To graduale ....... SEEN WITH Joanne ............ Jean Mr. Kuchnick ...... Jean ......,.. Anila, Marilyn .. .. Joe .......... Mary Galen .. all fhe boys . . briefcase . . . Gene . . . Sheila ....,. everybody .... Andy . , . Will .... Mary ...,. Bob Eagle .. everybody .......... Seaside crowd . George ... .. Janelh ... Janel Irons .... Bruce ..... Weber .. Edilh ... Marilyn ... Bill ...,..... everybody . Big Four .... Ken, Angie Hann sislers . Sis .. . Ed ..... .the gang .... .Wolf . ....... . Nancy ...r..,....., Beachwood boy . Meeker ..... the ieep .... horses ,..... egg cra+es .. Glo ...... Mar+y ...... Seaside gals ... Alice May .... Bob Camp .,.. lhe girls .... Doris ..... Smifh Iwins .... .... lone wolf Sylvia ,. 53 NOTED FOR leadership ...... red hair ....... Ioling proieclors always lalking .. sense of humor . hairdos ....... sfalion wagon . sense of humor . brains ........ wrifing abilily .. Talking ...,..... panel discussions wavy hair ..... Perlh Amboy . .. quielness ...,. going our loud voice .... hisiory marks .. malh brain . candy ........ sweef disposilion YMCA ..... wise cracks .. red hair .. efliciency cheerfulness ..., alhlelic abilily arlislic abilily .. lheories ..... meekness . alhleiics devolion . big grin . wiHicisms . arf ...... cars ,...,. Lux el Sanus wif ....... blufling . . . handsomeness Irumpei' ..... Bronx accenl .. dancing .,.. good nalure . car ,.... . . looks ....... good looks .... handwriling , .. bowling .... lrack .... FATE Navy Mrs. 1 professor Mrs. -1- lo be or no'r Io wedding bells lo lie lhe knof college school mar'm malrimony malrimony who knows? fisherman rnalrimony fraveler large 'Family paperhanger hisiorian anolher Einslein voyager 7777777 chicken docfor clown marriage farmer's wife big business barlender malrimony senafor malrimony 77777777 malrimony grease-monkey 7777777 a home grease-monkey mad scienlisl comedian sfrong man bufier and egg man sea capfain doclor calch a man success iunkyard owner happiness millionaire 7777777 have a good 'rime malrimony SENIUH PEHSLINALITIE5 MOST POPULAR .,,. BEST DRESSED ...,. ..... NICEST LOOKING A...,...... MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED ...... WITTIEST ...,.,.......,........ BEST DANCER ..,,,. .... MOST TALKATIVE .... MOST BASHFUL 4... ...., BEST ATHLETE ...L....A.......,. CLASS WOLF AND WOLFESS ,,... NICEST PERSONALITY ,.A.......A CLASS ARTIST ,,...... MOST STUDIOUS ..... ..,.. MOST CHEERFUL ...... ...., Dick Howe .... Bill Hansen .... lrving Wallach, Bill Hansen ,... Dick Tunney. . . Alloeri Hayes. . Bill Hansen ..,. John Meeker. . ,Iunie Sica ,.,,. George Yefman. , . George Yeiman, . . lrving Wallach. Eric Rau ...... Dick Tunney. . , BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT i..i .,..., D ick Howe .,.. LIKES TO ARGUE ....,.,.,...,.. DONE MOST FOR CLASS ..4..., Bob Sinn. . lunie Sica ,.., CLASS DONE MOST FOR ......,. Dick Tunney. .. FAVORITES SPORTLT, ....,... BAND .... FOOD ..., ACTOR . ACTRESS HANGOUT .,...,.., RADIO PROGRAM ,.4, 54 . . . . .Gloria Douglas .....Mary Colov , . . . Evelyn Younkers .,. . ,Marlha Brafman . . . . .Mary Larkin ... . Jane Wellbrook .... Celine Madsen .. . . . Florence Applegale , . . . Mary Sperlazza . . . , . Elizaloelh Longenberg . . I . . Gloria Douglas .....Joan Sinclair .. . . .Marlha Brafman . . . . .Sarah Simmons ... . .Gloria Douglas . . . . .Anila Schrier .....Pa+ Cain . . . . .Celine Madsen , , . , Foolball Vaughn Monroe .. . Tomalo Pie ,. Van Johnson Ingrid Bergman . Sweef Shoppe . . . , Bob Hope BEST DRESSED .. BEST LOOKING MOST POPULAR JUNIUH PEHSUNALITIE5 .. . . Edward ......,..,.....Rober'r ...............Charles MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED .,.,. Edward WITTIEST ......, BEST DANCER .. MOST TALKATIVE MOST BASHFUL BEST ATHLETE .. CLASS WOLF AND WOLFESS ... NICEST PERSONALITY .....,.,. CLASS ARTIST .. MOST STUDIOUS MOST Cl-IEERFUL BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT ,,..A ... LIKES TO ARGUE ......,...,,...William Solomon . Hamillon , Aillcen .. Solomon .. Garlhwaile . . . , Clifford Campbell . . . . .William Garlhwaile . . . .Charles Eclcerl .... Warren Doscher Harry Crenner ... Paul Hershey ..., Charles Aillcen .. James Larkin .. Eric Leber . ,. Jaclc Johnslone Dan Gibson Charles Aillcen Franlrlin Hennessey DONE MOST FOR CLASS ....s. Charles CLASS DONE MOST FOR ..,,.., William SPORT .. BAND . .. FOOD ... ACTOR .... ACTRESS .... I-IANGOUT .... PROGRAM ...,. Aillcen ..,. Garlhwaile FAVORITES 55 . . . .Joanne Allardice . .... Helene Larsen . . . .Alicemay Richman . .,.. Doris Bellauer .Rulh Ehrmann ., .,.. Jeanne Hanlcins . . .... Margorel Fischer . .... Marlha Fried . . . ,Alicemay Richman . . . .Eleanor Gillelle . ...Carol Finley . . . .Pal Halloclc . . , .Mary Radov , . . .Carol Finley .. .... Barbara Fellows . . . . . .Barbara Lewis ,. .... Helene Larsen . .. ,.,, Jeanne Gesser . . I .Foolball ,Tex Benelce .,.....S+ealc Gary Cooper ...,June Allyson .Sweel Shop . . .Bob Hope TU HI EH FOREWORD For filly-six years The lribes of lndian Tom have come and gone among 'rhe repees and wigwams of Toms River High School. Under fhe wise guidance or big chiefs and medicine men many papooses have grown inro malure broves and SQUOWS. Once again a lribe is leaving 'rhe happy hunling grounds of lhe Indians +o venlure inlo lhe world of polelaces. This fribe of nineleen hundred and lorry-seven lakes wilh il fond memories and reminis- cences and leaves This 'role of a happy year. "From 'I'he dcrlrness of fhe wigw-am To +he warm life of lhe sunshine." Allen County Public Library 900 Webster Street P0 Box 2270 Forl Wayne, IN 46801-2270 512 W S N W T fl 65.-6 Q, A59 SUPHUMUHE PEHSUNALITIES BEST DRESSED BEST LOOKING ..., MOST POPULAR MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED ..... WITTIEST ....,................ BEST DANCER ..... MOST TALKATIVE MOST BASHFUL MOST ATHLETIC ........ ,.... NICEST PERSONALITY ......,.. CLASS WOLF AND WOLFESS ... MOST STUDIOUS MOST CHEERFUL BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT ... ..... LIKES TO AROUE DONE MOST FOR THE CLASS .., CLASS ARTIST ...TA........,... CLASS DONE MOST FOR ,,..... Judson Novins ... Edward Hazard .... Jay Lillie ....,,. Norberl Ehrmann .Judson Novins ... Edward Hazard ..... Ronald Polifano . Jaclc Corrigan .. William Dudley ..,,. ..... Jay Lillie .....,.. Anlhony Raymond Norberl Ehrmann Jock Hershey .. . Judson Novins 'arry Tice . Jay Lillie .,,.... Harry Michael, Ba Raymond Hill ..., FAVORITES rlner Iwins SPORT ......,.... ,........ BAND .... .., FOOD ..,. ACTOR ACTRESS HANOOUT ,........ RADIO P ROGRAM ... 56 ' Rulh Braun Frances Roberson Marlha Thropp Eslher Wilbur Arline Reed Mary Kelly Arline Reed Margarel' Voll Arline Reed Eslher Wilbur Mary Kelly Eslher Wilbur Arline Reed Mary Kelly Rosalind Leibowifz Eslher Wilbur Frances Roberson Jean Lundin ...,,..Foo'fball .Vaughn Monroe ,.....TomaIo Pie ..,..Van Johnson Ingrid Bergman . . . .Sweel Shop ..,.,Bob Hope FHESHMEN PEHSUNALITIE5 BEST DRESSED A..,.. NICEST LOOKING MOST POPULAR ..A ,...., . ., MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED ,T..T WITTIEST .......L..,..4LL , . I . BEST DANCER ..., . MOST TALKATIVE ., MOST BASI-IFUL CLASS ATHLETE .. .. ..... M., CLASS WOLF AND WOLFESS U. NICEST PERSONALITY .,, .,. CLASS ARTIST ..,.,., MOST STUDIOUS ..IV MOST CI-IEERFUL BEST SCI-IOOL SPIRIT ., LIKES TO ARGUE DONE MOST FOR CLASS .,.,.I. CLASS DONE MOST FOR ,L,V.. SPORT . FOOD ,. Edward Hann Fred Tiner Fred Tiner ...,,, Slanley Zeilz .... William Maynard Joseph Placenfe ,. Carl Grimm .,,. Sfanley Zeilz Joseph Applegafe Hans Scholl ..,.. Sandy Kassenoff . Fred Tiner ,.,. Fred Tiner .,.... William Wafson , Jerry Tilles ....,. William Maynard William Maynard Slanley Zeilz .,., Fred Tiner .. Carl Grimm ... FAVORITES I-IANOOUT BAND ,T ACTOR , , , ACTRESS RADIO PROGRAM . 57 .. . .NeHie Wallach . . . .Joanne Seiberf ,. . .Joanne Seiberl . . . ,Kaihleen Douglas ...,Mary Wilkinson , . . .Barbara Camp . , . .Winifred Berry ....Joan Winship , , . .June Meyer , , . .Anne Farringfon . .Florence English Marie Sprague , , , .Joanne Seiberl , . .Adelaide Wesfervell , s,Be'rfy Jean Parker .Kafhleen Douglas . ..Nancy Pierce A T . .Josephine Slalilord Winifred Berry , . .Kalhleen Douglas . . . ,Joanne Seiberf . , A ,Foofball , . . . . .Sfeak Sweef Shop ,Harry James Van Johnson June Allyson Red Slcellon THE END UT THE TRI-TTL This is The end oT The Trail Tor anoTher senior class. WiTh graduaTion Tram high school we pick up a new Trail, The highway ThaT leads To adulT liTe, We Tace This liTe Tar beTTer pre- ared Than Those who did noT receive The educaTional and social experiences we have had P in Toms River High School. We Treasure experiences gained in school and regreT The necessiTy oT leaving. Comrade- ships beTween Teachers and sTudenTs oTTen develop inTo liTe-long Triendships, and The many TraiTs which mark The Teachers as individuals will always be remembered. For Those who have disliked school There is no sense aT loss, iT and when They graduaTe. This TaulT does noT lie wiTh The Teachers or adminisTraTion, buT raTher wiTh The sTudenTs Themselves. ATTendance oT school, while iT is compulsory, is noT punishmenT. To hold educaTion as disTasTeTul simply because iT is beneTicial is Toolish. The corridors and classrooms are noT in The leasT depressing, discipline is reasonable, and The resTricTions placed upon The sTudenT body are TormulaTed by The represenTaTives oT The sTudenT body. The Teachers are excepTionally agreeable and puT up wiTh much "Tooling around" so dear To The hearTs oT all adolescenTs. Homework is lighTg many who hail Tram oTher schools will aTTesT To This TacT, PracTically all social TuncTions Tor The younger generaTion are sponsored by The school, AThleTics, oTTen a Tinancial loss. are encouraged. CerTainly Those who Tound school unpleasanT overlooked These TacTors. We have overlooked none aT Them, and Take our leave wiTh much regreT. LongTellow's "l-liawaTha" provides TiTTing words Tor our Tarewell: "l am going, O my people, On a long and disTanT iourney: Many moons and many winTers Will have come and will have vanished Ere l come again To see you. BUT my guesTs I leave behind me: LisTen To Their words of wisdom, LisTen To The TruTh They Tell you, For The MasTer of Life has senT Them From The land of ligh+ and morning. u 58 PATHUNS CLOTHING 8: ACCESSORIES Howard L. Borden, Inc., Main 8: Wafer Slreels, Fred Diehe, Mgr. Dover Sporlswear, Tel. 8-I392, 4l Main Slreel Harris Depl, Slore, Tel. 8-l068, 3l-33 Main S+ree+, Mr. A. Harris, Prop. HuH'inger's, Tel. 8-032I, 26 Wafer Slreel, Mrs. Hul- 'linger Schwarz, Prop. Luria's Women's 8: ChiIdren's Wear, Tel. 8-I233, Main Slreef, Eslale of Wm. S. Luria Maron's Army 8: Navy Slore, 43 Main Slreef Our Town Shop, Tel. 8-0787, Waler Slreel, Mrs. Mae VanSchoick, Prop. Philip's Shoe Shop, Tel. 8-0799, Washinglon Sfreel, Mr. Ehlin, Prop. Purpuri's Shoe Sfore, 23 Main Slreel, J. Purpuri, Prop. Wiener's Depf. Slore, Seaside Heighls Complimenls of Winograd's Depl. Slore DRUGS 81 CONFECTIONS Wm. A. Dirkin, Jr., Seaside Heighls F. X. Halligan Drugs, Tel. B-03I4, I9 Main Sfreel' M 8: R Conieclions, Tel. B-0998, 2l6 Main Sfreel, B. Rif- kin, Prop. Priesl' Pharmacy, Tel, 8-0l24, 27 Washinglon Sfreef, John Slufski, Prop. Seaside Heighls Pharmacy, 5l2 Boulevard, Seaside Heighis FOOD DEALERS 81 GROCERS Beach Markef, Seaside Heighls Beachwood Meal Markel, Tel. 8-I l4O, Circle, Beachwood, Eugene Eralh 81 Son Berkely Fish Ca., Tel. Seaside Park 9-0240, Seaside Park Berkely Fish Dealers, Tel. Seaside Park 9-0690, Seaside Park W. Kennel Cloylon, Lakewood Road Complimenls of fhe Communily Food Mari Diggins General Slore, Tel. 8-0438, Allanlic Cify Blvd., Bayville, Wm. Diggins, Prop. Disbrow's Markel, Tel. 8-l495, Beachwood, George Dis- brow, Prop. John R. Elley, Poulfry 81 Frozen Foods, Easl' Washinglon Slreef Gaskill's Dairy Farms, Tel, 8-0037, Main Slreel Oifo Hebeler, Grocery 8: Meal Markel, Tel. Seaside Park 9-305l, Forked River Home Food Shop, Tel. 8-0987, Washinglon Slreel, Wm. Schiller, Prop. Koller's Markel, Tel. 8-0458, 7 Wafer Slreef, Frank Koller, Prop. Soerensen's Bakery, Thomas Soerensen, Prop. Uniled Service Grocers, Tel. Seaside Park 9-387l, Forked River, E. L. Sprague, Prop, Woods' Markel, Tel. 8-09I2, I0 Woshinglon Slreei, John Woods, Prop. HARDWARE 81 FEED DEALERS A. B, Newbury Co., Tel. 8-0360, Soufh Main Slreef, J. G. Philips, Prop. Berry's Sfore, Tel. 8-0238, Wafer Slreef, Allan H. Berry, Prop. R 81 D Hardware Xi Plumbing Supply Co., Lakewood Road Toms River Building 81 Plumbing Supply Co., Lakewood Road Toms River Feed Company, Lakewood Road Toms River Supply Co., Tel. 8-0497-M, 26-28 Main S+., Marcus Mafhews, Prop. MISCELLANEOUS S. C. Bailey Insurance Agency, Tel. 8-0542, 227 Main Sf. Complimenls of C. Frank Berlsch M. Budesa, Grading 8: Graveling, Tel. Seaside Park 9-O32l, Seaside Park Cl1arney's Office Equiprnenf 81 Commercial Sfafionery. Tel. 8-l490, 7 Main Sfreel, J. Charney, Prop. Will Farrow, Sculplor 81 Taxidermisl, Tel. 8-0828, Allan- lic Cily Blvd., Bayville Finley's, 20 Washinglon Slreel Fischer's Barber Shop, 57 Main Slreef, Theodore Fischer. Prop. Complimenfs of Gladney's, Easl Washinglon Slreel' John Grenander, Jeweler, 23 Wafer Sfreel' Handy Shop, Tel. 8-03l8, Circle, Beachwood, Carrol 8: George McLean, Props. Heorlh Xi Home, Tel, 8-0769, Main Slreel, A. B. New- bury Co., Prop. Hol'aling's Boal Yard, Tel. 8-OBI4, Aflanlic Cify Blvd., Beachwood Lee's Flower Shop, Tel. B-0199, 4lI Main Sfreel Lindsey's Transfer George S. McKaig, General Merchanl, Tel. Island Heighls 4-0556, Cenlral Ave., Island Heighfs Monnie's Shoe Repairing, Seaside Heighfs Murphy Bowling Cenler New Jersey Courier, Tel. 8-0008, 59 Main Sfreef Complimenls of Reginald V. Page Paul's House of Beauly, Tel. B-0344, 4 Robbins Sfreef, Paul Peda, Prop. G. Hor+on Pierce, Tel. 8-0224, 224 Main Slreef The Professional Cleaners, Tel. 8-0l28, Robbins Sfreel, Lane, Prop. PATHUNSS Complimenls of Ihe Seaside Heighls Bus Driver .l. Schaefer, Jeweler, Traco Building Carl Schwimmbeck, Mason Confracfor, Tel. 9-0595, Sea- side Park Sonny's Novellies, Hamilfon 81 Websler Avenue on Boardwalk, Seaside Heighls Sun Publishing Co., Tel. 8-OOOI, 229 Main Sfreef, W. S. Ma+his, Prop. Louis Wallach, Lakewood Road Complimenls of Mrs. A. Wilcoxon Gus Dressler, Seaside Park George M. Endres, Newspapers, Magazines, Locksmilh, Seaside Heighls PROFESSIONAL MEN Franklin H, Berry, Tel. 8-0789, 30 Main Sfreel' Dr. A. K, Brouwer, Tel. 8-0003, 240 Main Slreef Percy Camp, Tel. 8-O40I, Professional Bldg., Washinglon S+ree+ John J. EwarI', Tel. 8-0005, 34 Washinglon Sfreel' Complimenls of Dr. Paul S. Goble Edward W. Haines, Professional Bldg., Washingfon S+. Complimenls of Armand F, Jones Dr. E. Tilden Kirk, Tel. 8-0242, 240 Main Sfreef Bruce M. Larrabee, 3I Main Slreel Dr. Sam A. Loveman, Denfal Surgeon, Tel. B-0006 Dr. 8: Mrs. Harvey Rinzler ' Dr. James M. Russo, Tel. 7-006I, 623 Main SI'reeI Dr. Solomon Soloff, Tel. 8-0023, 7 Washingfon Sfreel Complimenfs of William W, Whilson Dr. Howard E. Woane, Pinewald Dr. Waller Zuloer, Tel. 8-I038, 204 Main Slreel Dr. 81 Mrs. Blackwell Sawyer Dr. Willis B. Milchell Dr. B. W. Garflan RESTAURANTS, HOTELS 81 EATING PLACES Bradley's Luncheonefle, Blvd. 8: Websfer Ave., Seaside Heighfs Beacon Reslauranf, Tel. 8-I083, 27 Main Sfreel, G, N. Poulos, Prop. Candyland, Tel. 8-037I, II Main Sfreel, George Shargas, Prop. Circle Shop, Tel. B-038I, Circle, Beachwood, Julia and Edward Cook, Props. Happy's Coffee Shoppee, Main 8 Washinglon Sfreef, A. J. Wedell, Prop. Herb's Luncheonelle, Tel. 8-0488, 6 Washinglon S+reef Hollywood Inn, Tel. 8-0483, Washinglon S+ree'I', Fred Sica, Prop. Jane Logan Shop, 54 Washinglon Slreel Complimenfs of fhe Locusl Diner Complimenfs of 'lhe Ocean Diner Riverview Hofel 8: Resfauranl, 77 Wafer Slreel, William Frifz, Prop. The Sweel' Shop, Main Sfreel SERVICE STATIONS, GARAGES 81 AUTO ACCESSORIES DeGraw's Shell Service Slafion, Aflanfic Cily Boulevard Fires+one Home 81 Au+o Supply, Tel. 8-0935, Ar+hur Mayer, Prop, Hagaman's Garage, Tel. 8-0478, Hyers Sfreef Ocean Counly Molors, Tel. 8-OIBI, 2l5 Main Sfreef, Philip Maimone, Prop. Plaza Esso Service Cenler, Esso Marine Service, Tel. 8-0449, Aflanfic Cify Blvd., Usher L. Bruegger, Prop. Sandow's Esso Marine Service Slalion, Tel. Seaside Park 9-383l, Slale Yachl Basin, Forked River a . r .. 'VV . .LV V4 m',V' , ,4 , I-ll ai", 5- V' 'f .A 1.. " ,if " V J' ' . ' Vi, . I f'V.' , V-, Fx .lv ,.. y'.' ,Xin 4 vp .Q I -B ,s , V ,M Q, if J, 1 N f, .X 1-, A . , ' . -., V ' tl , 1 H 1 I ' V b 1. ...' Vt' 4 ' ' V - "Nw--zu' pw 'av' " . -,Q V V.1f 'iv 'VJ'-I GTE '7 on ' ff. s,-L'fv14W"' 'P-.P ' 0Q'f,!"7qgVf, ,E , .V Eff? 1' , , V. 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One day a sailing ship landed near The presenT siTe oT This Town, The Indians, insTead of aTTacking These wayward sailors, welcomed Them wiTh open arms. The seamen Traded peace- Tully among The redmen, exchanging baubles and TrinlreTs Tor corn and oTher edibles. The redmen showed such greaT kindness To The whiTes ThaT The visiTors promised To reTurn. And reTurn They did many Times. The oldesT and wisesT of The Tribe was always on hand To rneeT The sailors. Thus a TasT Triendship was Tormed beTween The whiTes and The leader oT The Indians. On subsequenT visiTs some special giTT was always broughT To lndian Tom, as The chief oT The Tribe was called. AlThough kind and consideraTe, Tom, in playing lacrosse and ofher games, always played To win. This spiriT has been handed down Through The years. lT is whaT has mode our high school greaT. Thousands have graduaTed Trom TRHS buT The spiriT oT Old lndian Tom has never dimmed. Loolc around Tomorrow on The aThleTic Tield or in The classroom. Loolc aT The number of people aTTending The sporTing evenTs, The braves and sguaws are Trying To keep This shining TradiTion unTarnished. We oT The "Cedar ChesT" sTaTT graTeTully pay TribuTe in This issue To lndian Torn, real or Tic:Tional: To The squaws and braves who aTTend his high school: To The aThleTic Teams who scaTTer his Tame Tar and wide and Till The Trophy cases wiTh emblems oT vicTory: To The TradiTions, old and new, in and abouT The high school. Toms River may noT win every baTTle or conTesT buT iT will win iTs share because This school spiriT is presenT. Keep ThaT spiriT high, underclassmen. Remember "Toms River High School is The noblesT and The besT. To The end we shall sTand up and cheer."


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