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September 8. . . .The curtain rises for our first day October 12. . .First group meeting of all characters and football heroes in Pep Assembly October 16. . . .Stage lights out to simulate first dark report period October 16. . . .Ketchup spilled on the curtain during Latin Club picnic October 23. . . . Stage crew gathering the fuel for the bonfire before the Jefferson game October 24 • • .Shakespeare never had as tense drama as the Andrew Lewis- Jefferson game October 31. . . .Entering—Dim stage lights and unearthly noises from Mrs. Strickler’s Halloween Program November 3 • • • .Our lines would be easier if we had brains like Mr. Wallace, the memory artist November 14. . . .We stage our Red Cross Drive November 25. . . .The stage is bare—while turkey is the main character during Thanksgiving December 8. . . .Show is stolen by Jimmy Nelson and Danny December 17. . . . Y-Teen’s “Hanging the Greens” ceremony gets everyone in the Christmas spirit December 18. . . .A dressy scene is set for the Latin Club Formal December 19. . . .Christmas scene ends with Mrs. Peery’s Christmas Program January 5 - • • .Curtain rises again as the joyous (?) students return from the holidays January 5 • • • .Actors play audience for cartoonist, Bob Wood January 16... .The plot thickens with the Pioneer Minstrel January 22 . .Stage dark and gloomy for Exams February 2 February 12... .Rev. Curry asks us to remove our make-up and face ourselves February 20. . . .All male characters are in danger—Y-Teen Leap Year Dance February 25... .Hi-Y Induction Service March 5 - • • .The candles light our Beta Club Installation March 8. . . .Montague stages his tricks March 12. . . .Student Council sponsors assembly Our production goes to press March 25. . . .Resurrection from Ben Hur very impressively reenacted April 2. . . .Rev. Crute brings a most timely message April i 5 -- .Faculty Assembly April 17. .. .Student Council Open House April 22. .. .Band Conce rt and Variety Show May 1... .Color and romance are in the spotlight again during the Latin Club Formal May 7... .The theme now is the operetta, “The Count and the Co-Ed” May 28... .The day of fun for Stars only—Senior Day June 4... .“The play’s the thing”—Senior Play, “Annie Laurie” June 8. . . .The Stars complete this act, receive their diplomas, and view the curtain slowly beginning to open on an entirely new act. [ 128 ]
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£ puloaue. No play would I have rather seen . Horace Before the curtain closes on this act we wish to have an opportunity to thank the staff of directors, our sponsors, the publishers, and others who have made our production possible. Though the curtain has fallen and our play is ended, indeed for us it is only the beginning. For in the next few years each of us will see dreams realized, desires fulfilled, questions answered. Our play was built on a true plot of everyday life. We hope you have received as much pleasure in viewing it as we have had in presenting it. It is our hope that when in future years you glance through these pages, your heart will be warmed with golden memories. The curtain rises again—behind it we view a new act—a future that is yet to be touched. The Staff of ’48 1 129 ]
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