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Can twentieth century children be trusted to work
out their own problems? This is the theme of the play
Foot-Loose, presented by the Senior Class of '45.
Richard and Emily Early are persuaded by their
family to go on a world cruise, so the children can
prove to them they are capable of handling their own
With Mother and Father gone, Bob and Mary, guided
by their sister, Hope, and Delphie, the maid, began a
new adventure. Mary, tired of her childhood playmate,
meets Jack Milford at a dance, and a new romance is
soon on the way. Bob persuades Hope to give him his
allowance' for ten weeks in one sum, so he and nBuzz'
can buy a car.
Every family has to have a surprise, so when Dick
brings his wife Jenny to live at the Early home it is
All goes well until Bob and nBuzzn run into a car
owned by Mrs. Forester. Hope in
Sanford Wells, her old fiance, to
Mrs. Forester drops the idea of
they have to began work to pay for
Jack and Miriam ask Mary to
prom, and Mary accepts until she
bring her back that night, and the
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solve her problems.
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date is called off.
Mary resumes her friendship with Randy, who proves to
be the best and most faithful.
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together, and une
Early children really have the goose hanging high when
mother and father come home.
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First Row--Adrian Gerber, Florence Gerber, Raymond Hagen,
Carl Helnzerling, LeDonna Johnson, Luverne Johnson, Cath-
erine Kelfer, Wilfred King, Donald Krebsbach, Donald
Second Row--Donald Larson, Lorls Larson, Byron Lewison,
Shirley Moews, Beatrice Mullenbach, Bernice Mullenbach,
John Nagel, Eldon Norland, Maxine Peterson, Jean Ross
Thlrd Row--Donald Sass, David Schneider, John Sjobakken
Edythe Stern, Cordelia Whitney.
First Row--Ruth Berg, Lillie Berg, Shirley Boe, Vincent
Bolton, Patricia Erckenbraek, Leona Fasbender, Evelyn
Haas, Raymond Klapperick, Leone Kramer, Jerome Landherr
Second Row--Roy Meister, Donnls Osmundson, Evangeline
Mullenbach, Dorothy Torgerson.
First Row--Ramona Anderson, Myrna Barkee, Ward Bergene,
Vernon Bissen, Catherine Brewer, Daniel Braun, Ambrose
glsgerhold, Betty Jean Fisher, Ardella Freund, David Gil-
Second Row--Adeline Hanson, Marion Hardecopf, Kathleen
Heimer, Arvella Johnson, Arthur King, Helen Kloeckncr
Angela Krebsback, Donna LeVasseur, Delores Lewison, Idore
Third Row--Kathleen Lewison, Aaron Mandler, Beatrice
Merton, Mary Therese Meurer, William Morgan, Roy Nnrland,
Dorothy Peterson, Benno Schaefer, Barbara Schneider,
Fourth Row--Neal Sllndee, Helen Swanson, Robert Swanson,
Bernice Thome, Donald Tlegen, Dean Whitney, Robert Wigham
Helen Wlnkel, Jerome Winkel, David Wlste.
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