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MASQUE AND WIG CLUB
President Mondula lohns
Secretary Mildred Blough
Treasurer John Mason
Foculty Fldvisers -- Miss Cooch and Mr. Williams
This organization was established For the purpose, mainly, ot Furthering dramatic
interest in the school.
Here the laughing mask of tragedy and the bitter maslc oF tragedy have gazed down
on usg where we, as in a Mardi Gras, have dropped the Face ot reality and donned the
one ot Fancy. As a reward ot all these efforts, those showing dramatic ability have
received very special pins.
The club has presented, with great success, two plays, 'lcyclone Sally", and "Apple
Blossom Time", the proceeds oi: which were presented to worthy organizations within
It is expected, judging From these results, that in the Future several "Greta Garbosn
and "John Barryrnoresn will be able to trace the origin ol: their talent back to our humble
DRAMATTC l'QEQ.DlNG CLUB
President Mildred Blough
Vice-President Helen Zawiski
Secretary Nancy Davis
Faculty Fidviser -- Miss Cooch
The Dramatic Reading Club was organized last September by eleven very enthusias-
tic dramatists. its purpose was, OF course, to discover and apply the principles ot
ln addition to carrying out this aim, the club has willingly supplied humor and en-
tertainment For many programs on various occasions. At present we are all striving to
prepare For the Forensic League Contest in Shakespearian readings. For you see,
although but new, our organization does not intend to be out-done in bringing honor to
M ary Grebas
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ERENCI-l l CLUB
President . Myra lune Bankin
Vice-President lda Mary Long
Secretary Garfield Thomas
Treasurer Bruce Evans
Faculty Adviser -- Miss McSparran
The French l Club was composed ot ambitious Juniors, foh quitell who had a
truly great interest in French. The purpose ol: our club was, ot course, to promote
Facility ot expression in this musical language.
We must admit we enjoyed ourselves immensely at our meetings in solving ditticult
French problems, playing French games,and singing French songs, falthough our scant
knowledge ot the language caused our activities to be somewhat limitedj
OF course we could say that we are by now, quite expert conversationalists in the
language, fas others before us have donel, but welll be honest about it---we're loolcing
Forward enthusiastically to a greater lcnowledge ol: "Le Francais".
Myra June Bankin '30
FRENCH ll CLUB
President Anna Martin
Vice-President Ruth Bennett
Secretary Fllice Morie Dorr
Foculty Pldviser -- Miss McSparran
The members ot HLe Cerle Francaisl' are such enthusiasts that we wait until tive
o'cloclc to hold our meetings fdue to the versatility ot our members we can't Find any
other timel. The jokes alias "les bon mots" are an important item on our program. ln
regard to these we are much too English to appreciate French wit. The humorous ele-
ment is supplied by the queer antics ot the person reading who attempts to convey the
meaning in pantomime.
At the beginning ot the year each member made a notebook For French songs.
Among these songs are "La iviarseillaiseu and "Deux Crocodiles". The latter is a great
Favorite since it takes ten minutes to sing all the verses. After the usual impromptu dis-
cussion on anything from philosophy to "le denier moden, we close our meetings by
singing "Bonsoir Amisu.
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E cannot boast of having the largest school paper in the
county, but we can truthfully, Cand without injury to our
consciencel, say that the l'Spirit" comesiferfnear to being
the most interesting one.
This year, Ccutting down expenses, of coursell, we had only
about tive printed copies ot the paper. Since these were publish-
ed usually before holiday seasons, they were especially appreciated
by the student body. The mimeographed "Spirit", with its un-
avoidable mistakes, made us realize more than ever before the
true value ot the printed edition.
We have tried to make the 'tSpirit" more essentially a paper
ot the school and of the students themselves. We have attempted
to publish only articles and news in which we knew you were
interested. We have asked for your advice, tor your contributions,
and for your support and interest.
Next year, although many of us shall be gone, we shall still be
interested in the 'tSpirit", and we shall expect to see it go forward,
not backward. Can we depend upon those ot you who remain?
M ary Grebas
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