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Page 43 text:
e em-.os DscLAMAT1oN g
The grade declamatory contest between the fifth, sixth, seventh
and eighth grades under the
was held in the high school
at 2 P.M.
Several pupils in each
avoid a lengthy program, an
room a few days previous to
direction of Miss Larson and Miss Brand
assembly, Friday afternoon, March 10,
room had memorized selections, but to
elimination contest was held in each
the final contest. Two pupils in each
division were chosen from each room.
The program opened with a selection by the Junior Chorus who
sang NMounta1n Stream.W The chorus was directed by Miss Sanders.
The following declamations were given:
The Home ---- - - -
- - - - - e - - - - Ward Bergene
- - - - - - - - - Hughie Canney
Spartieus to the Gladiators - - - - - - Vincent Bolton
What Think ye of Christ - - ----- Frederick Bolton
Civil Soldier ------ + - - ---- - Neal Slindee
- - - - - - - - - Archie Hanson
Daddy Doc --------------- - Irwin Tiegen
Out of the Shadows - -
,Including Wings - - -
- - - - - - - - - - Marlon Smith
- - - - - - - - Arvella Johnson
X Marks the Spot ----------- Evelyn Anderson
Tipping off Teacher - -A ------ Patricia Erckenbrach
Who's Afraid -------------- Allen Knutson
While the judges, Mr, Brooks, Miss Christiansen, and Miss
Jones were choosing the winners, the Harmonica Band, under he dir-
ection of Miss Sanders, played NCarry me Back to Old V1rg1nny,N and
nO1d Folks at Home.n
All the selections were very good, and all contestants are to
be commended for their spirit and fine work. The judges selected
the following pupils as be1ng,putstanding:
Oratoricalz First--Vincent Bolton Second--Frederick Bolton
Dramatics' First--Marian Smith Second--Irwin Tiegen
Humorous: First--Allen Knutson Second-Patricia Erckcnbrach
Other pupils who memorized selections were Byron Lewison,
Elsie Wood, Deloris Lewison, Merna Barkee, Donald Tiegen, and
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Page 44 text:
A THE GRADE OPERETTA, NSANTA'S VACATIONN
A Christmas operetta presented by the grade children has
become a tradition at Adams. This year the grades, under the
direction of Miss Sanders, presented the operetta, WSanta's
SYNOPSIS , ,
y WSantafs,Vacat1onW takes place in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Santa Claus at the North Pole. When the operetta begins, we
find that Mrs. Santa 1s,a bit disgruntled over a last minute
order for five additional Christmas dolls. Fairies, too, complain
about being over-worked. Elves are out of spirits. They had
gone ahead without Santa's orders making toy soldiers and guns,
and Santa had thrown them on the junk heap, for he was done with
such presents for good.
e All the irritation is blamed on Santa, and all insist he
needs a vacation and they could manage as well without him.
Santa good-naturedly consents and starts in his airplane for
the South Role. When he is gone, it is discovered that the
Sandman, the Magic Sack, the reindeer, all have gone with him,
for they were all too much a part of him.
is at its height, Santa returns, just in time, to the relief
and delight of all, for they had learned that there could be
no Christmas without him.
C CAST or CHARACTERS
Santa Claus ------ - - - - - - - - - -
Mrs. Santa Claus -------------
Elves ------------- a ----
Fairies --------------- 3rd
Dolls ---------- - ---- lst
Moonbeams -------------- 5th
Sandman ------------ - - - - -
- - Marlon Smith
Lower grade boys
5 4th grade girls
a 2nd grade girls
8 6th grade girls
6 8th grade girls
- Allan Knutson
Mother Goose ---------------- Doris Osmundson
Christmas Trees --------- 5th through 8th grade boys
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