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SO?HOMORE CLASS HISTORY
I know you've read lots of history and such
But here's the Sophomore life with a poetic
We all entered as
In 1940, oh! what
There were thirty
We knew we were
To e class like
The first event
Freshmen for our High School
six mengers in the class,
and thirteen were l ss,
there, for eight years we tried,
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was Initation Day
Hobo lads and less, in comic array.
In front of the assembly--The fresh class trots
And Ralph Otto and Jean Ross were consieered tops.
me ate onions, nnf rolled coal with our nose,
For the photographer, th: class together tnen
The next thing, was the four-not-plays
Of which Fl ffL."C-E1Cr1l'.'Cl" cert '-'orhed for TEFLYIE'
The title was U3y Spreial Ieouestn
The Freshmen by the judies Her: oonsiuered
' the best.
So much for that year and on He go
Our Sophomore year is next you know
fe lost seven members ani gainet only one
But in our coming events, re know He'1l have fun.
Tell here'rc our aecomplishmqnts up until now,
Ano we'll come back as Juniors, if life will
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FRESHMEN ONE-ACT PLAY
nElmeru was the hilarious comedy that was chosen by
the Freshmen for their One-Act play. Elmer,a fourteen :year
old boy that played the hero,was portrayed by Eugene Stern,
Our heroine was Patricia Erckenbrack who played the part
of Susan, the little sixteen-year old s1ster,whowwas picked
on by her seventeen-year old twin sisters: Jeanie, Donis
Osmundson and Janie, Dorothy Torgerson. Janie had a sissi-
fled frlghtened boy friend, Hubert Brown, which was played
by Vincent Bolton. The old-fashioned seamstress, Miss
Pinney, was played by Evangline Mullenback. The mother of
the family, Mrs, Collins, was played by Shirley Boe. Other
characters were:Russ James, friend of Hubert Brown, Donald
Boeg Fannie Bell, the negro maid, Leone Eramerg and Pansy,
the dog, Penny Glesne.
The play was a mystery comedy. Susan always had to
wear the cast-off clothes of the twins. Then for her birth-
day, she got a fur evening coat from her father. Mrs.
Collins was going to let Janie wear it, so Elmer hid the
coat. The family thought burglars had stolen it, and one
exciting thing after another happens.
I We wish to thank our supervisor,Mrs. Stout, who helped
very much with our play,
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SOPHOMORE ONE-ACT PLAY
The Sophomores chose WThe District Contestn as their
contribution to the OneiAct Plays to be given as a means
of adding to the Athletic Fund,
The setting of the play was in the home of Dr, Henry
Stevens. Dr. Stevens, the victim of the family argument,
is portrayed by Carl Heinzerling, His wife, Mrs. Marie
Stevens, is a laughable character,with her affected dress
and manner and her extreme concern over her daughter's
supposed talent, The comedy part was furnished by David
Schneider, who acted the part of Reggie, a typical boy.The
part of the egotistical daughter,Jean,is enacted by Maxine
Peterson. Oh yes! We cane! forget the Scandinavian maid,
Hulda, played by Shirley Moews,She is an interesting char-
acter in this household,
The central theme of the play is Jean's preparation
for a declamatory contest, Reg5ie's antics during the en-
tire rehearsal of her reading are climaxed when he Kills
one of his mother's guppies, The play ends with the dis-
covery, just before the contest,that Jean has the measles.
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