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Mrs. Abbot is intent on the plans for the double
wedding of Jack1e's older sisters, while Mr. Abbot is
just as taken up with the idea of making Jackie the
amateur women's golf champion of the state.
Before the wedding, Mrs. Hawkins, Florence Gerber,
and Mrs. Simpson, Edythe Stern, arrive at the scene.
Mrs. Hawkins, who is Mrs. Abbot's sister, is very old-
fashloned and a decided pessimist. Mrs. Simpson is the
Jacqueline and Mr. Abbot return from the golf
matches, Jackie when all of a sudden a news photograph-
er, Lorls Larson, bursts into the room to take some
shots of the nChamp.u Mrs. Abbot thinks he intends to
take some shots of the brides-to-be, but soon finds out
that this is not the case.
Next, Alfred, who is attending a banquet, takes
ill, and Mrs. Abbot, who has been under a strain,
suddenly feels 111 also. On top of all this, three
people--a radio representative, Herman Winkelg a golf
goods salesman, Raymond Hagen, and a cosmetics repre-
sentative, Luverne Johnson, burst into the room and de-
mand that the uChampU sign a contract with them. Mrs.
Abbot soon chases them out of the house.
The wedding finally takes place, and the two cou-
ples are happily married.
But wait! Something new develops, when in the last
act, Jacqueline falls in love with Larry, thus ending
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' JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
The Junior Class presented the play, nTomboy,n on
January 29, 1945. ,
The play opens in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Abbot. Mr. Abbot was portrayed by Donald Larson, and
Jean Ross took the part of Mrs. Abbot. The Abbots have
three daughters: Dorothy, Cordelia Whitney: Eloise,
Shirley Moewsg and Jacqueline, Lorraine Meyers the
Mr. Abbot had always wished for a son, and, as a
result, is determined to make his youngest daughter,
UJackie,n as much of a tomboy as possible. JacKie's
favorite pal is Larry, David Schneider, who is a lad of
seventeen, and is very far from being a sissy. Larry
is the son of Mr. Abbot's law oartner.
Jaccueline's oldest sister, Dorothy, is engaged to
Ernest, John Nagel, a young, dignified doctor, who bo-
comes the victim of one of the tomboy's oranks. Leo
Wilson took the part of nAlfred,u a young banker, who
is extremely well-dressed. Alfred is engaged to Eloise
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Ne, the sophomores of '45
Have a very small class ns you con see.
We started to school with only seven,
And now have odded not quite slevsn.
As we hcve gone throughout the yeors
Our frsshm n class brought us most cheer
We've learned our lessons like we should-
At lenst we've had the idea ws would.
nElmern vrr our one act play
Jhich we presented in the very best way
Pat Erckenbrack played our heroineg
Eugene, the people's heart did win.
Our initiation day was a WOW!
Ns dressed like nbumsn- you know how.
Vincent was our hobo kingg
Queen Donis did much laughter bring.
Je have one member on the basketball tsfmg
And he is quite ' player, it does seem.
Je wish we had a couple more
Thru we could witch out on thf floor.
So now we and nnothcr ysvr,
A ysir which his orought us much chssr.
Je hope the nfw mfmbers who cime,
Liked th? cldss, is w: do th? snmf.
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