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Page 31 text:
The "Hula Hop", this year's all-school banquet, was held in the senior
gym, which was appropriately decorated as a Hawaiian island.
A delicious steak dinner was cooked by the Home Economics Depart-
ment, under the direction of Miss Neilson, and served by the members of
the faculty. The outstanding "server" was Mr. Sullivan, chief dipper, who
ladeled out a little corn to everyone.
Following the dinner came the entertainment under the direction of Mr.
Strobel, with Jack Block as master-of-ceremonies.
The first act starred Roy Keller, a mountain boy who was carried to
Hawaii in a dream. ln his dream there were many girls, dances, and songs.
The highlight of the dances was Bob Miller and John Hancock, who were
disguised as Hawaiian hula girls and gave a fine interpretation of the hula
dance. Concluding the program, The DeSpain Players presented "Uncle Tom's
Cabin", a skit written for the occasion by the composition classes.
The evening was topped off with a dance featuring the Mapleaires.
Much praise should be given Dale Fleming and the teachers and stu-
dents whose untiring efforts placed the "Hula Hop" among our pleasant
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Page 30 text:
FRONT ROW: Masteller, Robinson, Barnes, Enders, Waltz, Timmins, White, Vogel, SEC-
OND ROW: Block, Cooper, Agul, Brown, Hine.
This year's all-school play, "The Whole Town's Talking," was pre-
sented at the armory on December l and 2. A three-act farce, it kept the
audience in stitches from beginning to end. Th finished product was not the
old-standing love "triangle" but, instead, a romantic "pentagon." The play
was climaxed by a "fight in the dark," and the villians were beaten up in
the best "mellar-drammar" fashion.
Henry Simmons ........ ....................... .......... V i ncent Agul
Harriet Simmons ...... ........... B arbara Vogel
Ethel Simmons ...... ...... B arbara Timmins
Chester Binney ...... ............... P ete Hine
Letty Lythe ............ ...... M arlene Barnes
Donald Swift ....... ......... T om Cooper
Roger Shields ...... ................. B ill Brown
Lila Wilson ...... ............ J o Anne Waltz
Sally Otis ...... ........ M ary Alice White
Annie .............................................................. Marion Enders
Taxi-driver ............................................................ Jack Block
Mrs. Jackson and the girls - Gloria Masteller, Janet Mc-
Afee, Sharon Foerster, Arlene Callahan, Marilyn Schmidt,
Paula Wengel, Bessie Martinson, Jean McMillen, June
Allion, and Marion Willett.
Student Directors - Muriel Mossing, Gretchen Gay, Teresa
Hyder, Julia Gayhart, Sally Fisher, and Mary Jane Stanke-
Stage Managers - Charles Skala, Jim Patterson, Richard
Lackie, Dick Kingsbury, John Hancock, Carl Tubbs, and
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FRONT ROW: Glover, Ladd, Karlek. BACK ROW: Fleming.
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Walt Glover, who's known as a friend to all, is serving his second year
as President of his class and all agree he's doing a mighty fine job. Besides
being President of his class, he's president of his home room, one of our
outstanding athletes, a member of Varsity Club, and can be seen working
in many other activities.
An up-and-coming fellow is Vice-President Dale Fleming, who is spend-
ing his first year as an officer of his class. He is a member of Student Council,
Varsity Club, and goes all out for football, basketball, and track.
Delores Karlek is the gal who can really take the minutes. This is her
second year of service to her class as she served last year as treasurer. She
was a member of the queen's court at the homecoming, a member of Student
Council, G. A. A., and scribe for Selaco Club.
The wealth of the class is in the hands of Shirley Ladd who is serving
as treasurer. She can usually be seen flitting from one end of the school to
the other to attend some kind of meeting. This is only natural, however, since
she is a manager for the choir, secretary of her home room, a member of
G. A. A., and the French Club, one of our cheerleaders, and was in the queen's
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