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During the year the Dramatic Club sponsored a presentation by the Shake
spearian Players who enacted scenes from HThe llerchant of Venicef The
Prize Speaking Contest was also sponsored by the Club.
The final activity took the form of a play given by two members, Roxinl
Huson and Harold Chrisman, on "Know Your School Day."
What Would Happen lf:
Ned Moore grew up.
Ward Holley stopped clowning.
Lucy McCabe went on a diet.
bliss Olief didn't fall for every joke.
Dick Sinclair gave up the role of "Peck's Bad Boy."
Polly Remington studied.
We stopped hearing about The Dances in Lorraine.
Bliss Stone came to school on a bicycle.
Bill Rice stayed away from Remington's for one whole
Someone forgot to make out Regents this year.
Juanita Shutts came to school for two days in succession.
Harold Chrisman stopped talking.
No PG's came back next year.
lldildred Patten and Nlary Bishop weren't in hliss Brown's
or bliss LaWson's room.
George Parlow wasn't in the Office.
Coach lost his voice.
Leland Rhodes gave a speech in Assembly.
Ida Nichols stopped flirting.
Don Clarke's hair became straight.
VVe all graduated with honors.
The Freshmen became digniflgd..
Miss Kellogg bobbed her hair.
The Juniors went to Washington.
Nlary Lou stopped arguing.
Harriet Barney knew where her books were.
Roxie wasn't sleepy.
Don Nloore told the joke about "Oh, you."
Anyone could read in English IV Class.
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Front. Row-F. Sischo, H. Chrisman, D. Mochesney, Mrs. Woodside, D. Row, W. Holley.
Second Row-W. King, I. Hibbard, H. Barney, D, Castor, J. Shutts, E. Wood.
Third Row-M. L. Steele, F. Richmond, E. Snyder, R. Overton, I. Williams, D. Williams,
Back Row-R. Rhodes, W. Saxton, N. Menard, F. Moore, C. Wagner, W. DeMarse.
Dramatic Club Notes
EPTEMISER 10th, the iirst meeting of the Dramatic Club was called
'llilillm i to elect officers. VVe elected: Harold Chrisman, Presidentg Hattibel
Grow, Vice-President, Donald Row, Treasurer, Doris Klclfhesney,
Wgyki Secretary. A party was held October first for the pledges, and many
past members were present. There were twelve interested in joining the club.
lt was voted to join the National Thespian Society for Dramatics.
Early in the year a play-reading committee was organized who selected plays
for production throughout the year. "Never Again" was the first play produced
this year. lt was a successful comedy in which Ward Holley, Rosemary Over-
ton, Donald Row and Harriet Barney showed great ability. The play was
produced several times because of its high merit.
On December 20 the Club presented two plays, "The Flash!! and "The
Pot Boiler." ln "The Flash" the characters were VVilliam Delylarse, Donald
Row and Williain King. The cast for 'AThe Pot Boileri' consisted of Harold
Chrisman, Ward Holley, Betty Wood, Frank Sischo, Dorothy Talcott, Elsa
Snyder and Ned llloore.
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Fr-ont Row-W. Corey, D. Lanfear. F. Moore, C. Wagner, H. Chrisman, W. Holley
Back Row-M. Patten, F. Sischo, Miss E. Lawson, W. Nutting, H. Misczuk, M Bishop
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