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Leonardo da Vinci’s “ The Last Supper” EASTER PAGEANT For the past two years the school and the community have entered the Easter season with renewed inspiration after seeing the beautiful living scenes from “The Life of Christ.” Two departments combined their talents to produce this soul-stirring program. The Music Department has given in solos, duets, quartettes and chorus such favorites as “The Lord’s Prayer,” “The Palms,” “The Old Rugged Cross,” “The Hallelujah Chorus” and many other well-known songs and hymns. Scripture readings from the Gospels were given during the scenes portrayed by about one hundred students from the Latin Department. Among the pictures seen were living reproductions of such famous paintings as Hofmann’s “ Christ in the Temple, ” “Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane,” and Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.” This program proved that holy ground can be trod upon when trod upon with reverence. • 3f 111 THE PIONEER
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CHEERLEADERS First Row, Left to Right: Jennie Smiley, Helen Bowman, Betty Compton, Sue Robertson. Second Row: Martha Ann Goodwin, Mary Alice JFoods, Shirley Garst, Julia St. John, Joyce Plymale, Sarah Jane Dillon, Bubbles Garst. School spirit means a lot more than just yelling. It means enthusiasm and good sportsmanship. The cheerleaders of ' 49-’50 have found this out. At first, appearing before you at pep assemblies and games, we were nervous and self-conscious, but we soon forgot that in the excitement of cheering for those wonderful boys, the Wolverines. The opportunities of cheerleaders are great and varied. We have met so many people outside our usual group of friends and have learned the value of sportsman¬ ship and fair play. We want to thank our wonderful sponsor, Airs. Idouchens, for all the assist¬ ance and understanding she has offered, and we’d like to give a big cheer for all the students and spectators who have shown such grand spirit throughout the year, mak¬ ing each game a thrilling experience we’ll never forget. Julia St. John Head Cheerleader «Sf 116 THE PIONEER
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