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Page 56 text:
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FIRST ROW: Miss Meyn. R. Willmurn. lf.
Gillespie. M. Wynn. Z. Ricks. P. Ivy. li, Rollin-
son. L. Schmulil. SECOND ROW: .l. Sax.
R. Powers. R. l'rist. 5. Nc-w. lf. Nlaycr. N.
Strunk. S. Van Osdal. F. Sclun-idcr. lf. Hampton.
THIRD ROW: M. Day. ,l. Anderson, J. Pr-coraro,
B. Allen. C. liioia. R. Lcydf-ri. li, Goodwin.
. ,.,.. .,,..., , M. T. Ulascock. H. Dough:-rty. FUURTII ROW:
, Nl. Kesler. .l. Lamhert. R. Nlartorano. l'. Wood-
ford. A, Morgan. S. Cualandi. D. SllllllF. S.
Ogata. P. He-imsoth. P. Oli:-rl:-, l"ll"TH ROW:
N, Cemmill. XI. W'chster. .l. Lay, K. Killin. Nl.
Hcndrixson. .l. Pt-ters. NI. llrt-clit. 5. Nloshe-r.
G. Craig. SIXTH ROW: NI. Dyson. Nl. Lowe-.
M. liurns. J. Lane. R. Winters. l', Hinton.
S. Decker. C. llrown. J. Walker. SIQVHNTII
ROW: C. Winters. J. Whitfield. A, llowdy.
J. Whitfield. D. Hawkins. ll. l'1-tlick. 5. Hlilcr.
Nl. Nlurphy. ll, Fit-lil. D. Crow:-, l'flilllTll ROW:
,l. Rylrarczyk. ,l. lfurlan. Nl. Haas. D. Nlinikcl.
S. ltlat-k. L, Godin. l.. Blick. ,l. Slialmnia.
NINTII ROW: Ii, Kin-cy. li. Rodgers. fi. liar-
nctt. D. Nlinike-I. D. ltlytht-. V, Govatos. ll.
East:-rling. B. Talmor. C. Mti.
The Footlighters Drama Cluh is comprised of
approximately ninety-five memhcrs whose aim is
to further their interestiin and knowledge of drama
hy assisting with noon hour shows. Sponsored hy
the eluh this year were the noon-hour play
"VVampum" and the Christmas Variety Show.
Footlighters share many projects with Thespians.
Among these are the annual sock hop and partici-
pation in Parents Drama Night and the Vlfestcrn
Michigan Conference Drama Day. Proceeds from
the sock hop and the other projects are to he used
to buy a tape recorder for use hy the drama
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OFFICERS: S. Gualandi, Treasurer: ll.
Brooks, Historiang E. Fisher, l'rc-sidentg lf.
Pearce, Secretary: L. Watllrly, Vice Presitlent.
'l'ln'ongli the l.il1rary Club the student ye U 111' I--1 H H 1.2 Fl If L4 IIW
librarians strive to give better service to the
patrons. The clulm is made up of approxi-
mately 35 nn-mlmers called student librarians.
Vlllll' clulm is active in the state organiza-
tion of student librarians. Twice a year meni-
lmers of our elulm attend meetings of the state
On Felnruary l4. the student assistants
presented a radio show over station WHFB.
FIRST ROV: MIS? SCl1l1'X. J- Johnson, K. Sehaus, J. Sowka, A. Morgan, J. Steele. W. Uslmurnv.
S. Russell.NN. Bc-ttlg, D. bhults. J. Stevens, S. Ogata. SECOND ROW: W. Stohrer. B. Matlock.
M. Long, b. VanOsdal. C. Clem. R. DeFrancisco, R. Hearn, E. Jones, .l. Gilbert, A. Edmonds,
M. Scott, C. Fisller. C. Schaffer, F. Firine, P. LaCr0w. D. Klierncllen.
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lj'IiItST ROWQVS. wCohen. S. Illuek. If. Fislivr, S. SClll"lIK'lIl'f. IJ. Minikel. NI, Lupe. N11-5 Nl:-yn.
SUUND ROW: C.. Ilampton. T. lllaseoek. R. Powers, I.. Wevgaml. IJ, Nlinike-I, II, Iinll.
The purpose of 'lihespian Cluh is "to create a
spirit of active aml intelligent interest in clraniatics
among hops and girls of our seeonclury sehoolsfi
Meiiilmers ol the elnh must have ezirnecl I0 points
hy working with protluetions. This year the elulfs
program inelutletl u trip to Lllivago to see "No
'liinie for Sergeuntsii and "Ray Rayner TV Show."
Tht-y put on noon hour shows. a tlalice. a Parents'
Ilrznna Night. :incl attencletl the Regional Confer-
ence at Western Michigan College.
OFFICERS: N. Cree-sl. Secretary: J, Sax
Pr:-sidentg Nlisb Nlvyn. Advisor: I.. Ifufton
Vice President, J. Marutz, 'I'reasuri-r,
I -2- Nl ,.
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