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Page 156 text:
A blue and white streamer-decked cafe gave dancers a
chance to rest their feet and enioy the company of
Out of a Dream silhouettes, clouds fo
Couples stepped lightly till l2 o'clock to the
music of the Ron Walker orchestra.
Page 155 text:
Who Came to D'nner"
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Memorable scenes ileft to rightl sparked every part of "Dinner." Maggie Cutler lAnna
Mae Epleyl, as Whiteside's indispensable secretary, emoted by phone. When Banio
lTerry Moorel carried Miss Preen lWendy Jackmanl into the room, only her dignity was
rultled. lnebriation stimulated writer Bert Jefferson's lBob Fisherl sense of iustice. Actress
Lorraine Sheldon lSue Hodgesl hadn't planned the dramatic exit via mummy case, but it
Directed by Mr. Ramon Wisniewski, himself a dramatic
artist, and Miss lla Sloan, Juniors worked magic with a
Kaufman and Hart classic, and proved again that "The
Man Who Came to Dinner" is more desirable as a
drama than as a guest.
John Kaiser's nervous fingers and arching eyebrows
added to his sensitive portrayal of the title role of
brilliant, self-centered Sheridan Whiteside. The sup-
porting cast was well selected and provided many
hilarious, memorable moments for the audience.
Mr. John Glanz designed the stage set. Mr. Robert
Luchetti supervised makeup, class sponsors divided the
duties of committee supervision. Three capable Seniors
with dramatic experience assisted Mr. Wisniewski with
production: Sheila Haiduc, student director, Bill Armour,
stage manager, and Al Madden, lighting and sound.
Mrs. McCutcheon was enchanted to meet the famous Sherry White-
side, but her enchantment didn't last long. From left to right: Dr.
Bradley lBruce Middletonl, Miss Preen lWendy Jackmanl, Sheridan
Whiteside Uohn Kaiserl, Mrs. Stanley iSue Jonesl, Mrs. McCutcheon
lPat Lorial, and Mr. Stanley lTed Lewisl.
Page 157 text:
Dancing, dress-up, dates and dinner make proms
occasions to remember. "Out of a Dream," class of
6l's iunior prom, was no exception. On the night of
January 16, gaily-dressed couples whirled around
the gym as music floated from the bandstand where
the Ron Walker orchestra played their finest arrange-
ments. Real dancers were ioined by silhouette couples
dancing against blue angel hair clouds which floated
on the walls. When the bewitching hour of I2 o'clock
arrived couples left the dance and went their various
ways to nearby eating spots where the evening then
drew to a close. All who attended agree it was one of
those wonderful nights to store in the memory of
unior Prom background.
Left: Loretta Hoegy and Kermit Counts sample refreshments served by sopho
more girls. Below: a final toast is oltered by Bob Chetkovuch Faye Ammon
Linda Lowry, Dean Anderson, Deanna Lowry, Harry Atkinson Pat Ayvazlan
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