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C. J. Strahan
Here is a photo of then County Superintendent C. J. Strahan, who also was in charge of Freehold High School then. He left his mark by naming the yearbook for Freehold, "The Log". It was named for your recorded events during your high school years. It was never a piece of wood like some years later, lazy people changed it to such!
The Hoodoo program
"The Hoodoo" how the class of '24 raised funds to go visit Washington, D.C. Only at the Strand! It was a "farce in three acts, by Walter Ben Hare". Thanks to Elizabeth Reid for saying this, later sold at a flea market.
Home Game Pass
Home Game Pass Betty Throckmorton, Room Treasurer with the power for Anna Burke to get in at home games.
Invite to the World Fair 1939
New York World Fair 1939 Was one way to tell a group to come to the fair!
Freehold High School Decal
FHS Decal The decals were used by the students and teachers alike in the 1940's.
Junior Spring Prom Program
The Junior Prom Spring 1942 Held at the school, May 1, 1942, music was performed by Dave Huggins and Orchestra.
Freehold High Football Program
Freehold High School Majorettes
A Football Program for the Keyport vs. Freehold, November 20, 1948. Also a picture of the "Majorettes". Our group included, left to right: Mary Schaeffer, Mary Jane Woodfield, Joan Sahler, Joan Colmerauer, Marion Hankinson, Joan Orr, Kay Ellis, Joan Veselis, Jeannette Grove, Diana Stansbury, Marilyn Freeman and Joan Walsh.
Dancing Club Ticket
A ticket to get to the Dance!
The Hollywood Gay-ties
The Hollywood Gay-ties, from a show done to benefit a Freehold Youth Project, the show was called "Headin' Hollywood". Left to right: Carol Lee Givens, Evelyn Cook, Marion Hankinson, Jean Pettit, Lillian Piatowsky, Connie Dean, Norma Jeanne Shafto and Mary Jane Woodfield.
A Blue & Gold Booster Card #85. Sign by Mrs. J. Openshaw. Please elect Manna, running for the State Assembly, I guess football fans voted back then, did Manna win?
Fall Sports Schedule 1973
A Fall Sport Schedule. As freshman, this Class when from "A" division in the Shore Conference to "D" division during the four years due to the other new Freehold Regional Schools built in the 1970's.
A few different pictures from this era, first the Homecoming of 1974 showing the Thanksgiving Homecoming Parade with that Home Ed- type chasing the Turkey down Main Street. Did you know that Turkey later on in life save a baby from a burning fire and raised a son that appear on MTV with Rob Zombie?? Here is what was called Senior Slave Day 1974. It raised funds for the school senior class. Or maybe it was the retirement party for some of the staff, not sure about this one. "Pluck the Falcon", sold as a fundraiser against Monmouth Regional and worn by the hopeful. The Coronation Dance 1974 card, the night before Thanksgiving and the 3rd year of playing Freehold Township. "Romp on Rebels" was another one, this time by Howell High School. In these cases they were successful!