Centerville Senior High School - Mortonian Yearbook (Centerville, IN)

 - Class of 1953

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1 Senior Play This pictureis the one that was taken for the Palladium Item. The persons in it are, left to right: Linda Early, Betty Lundy, Jane Gunn, Mary Lou loudy, Shirley Ed- wards,Barbara Caudle,Evelyn Jones Barbara Jones,Evelyn Gesell,Wanda Howell, Jim cihlar, Jerry Wicker sham, Bill Harrison, Red Nuss, and, Ronni e Harri s This year's senior play was entitled nOur Miss Brooks' and found the person in reference involved in one trying situation after another, one of whichwas having to direct the senior play after she had counted on not doing so The lead in this play was handled capably by Wanda Howell and the coach, of whom she was constantlyixxpur suit, was played by Ronnie Harris Bill Harrison, who depicted Ted Wilder, was one of Miss Brooks' biggest problems as he was constantly doing things whichhinderedknr progress with the coach Jane Drew, the adept English student who won one thing, after another and later got the lead in the senior play, infuriated Hrs Allen and her daughter Rhonda Jane Drew was played by Linda Early and Sonya Jones playedthe part of Mrs Allen, while Jane Gunn portrayed her daughter Miss Finch, the libra rian, who was one of Miss Brooks' close fr1ends,was played by Betty Lundy, and the role of Miss Audobon was portrayed by Barbara Caudle Jim Cihlar did an excellent, admirable job of filling the shoes of the principal, Mr Wadsworth, and Red Nussand Jerry Wickersham did full justice to the parts of Stanley and Martin Evelyn Gesell Mary Lou Loudy, Evelyn Jones, Shirley Edwards, and Bunny Jones played the part of some of Miss Brooks' students and did a very admirable job in their roles Some of the parts of the play that were especially interesting were such scenes as thendem onstration' by Miss Brooks of how to produce sound effects, Miss Audobon's outburst in front of the coach about how the play was stolenfrom her, directing her accusa tions at Miss Brooks, Jane Drew trying out for the lead in the play the class dec ided to give, the basketball players invading the English room, and, of course, the happy ending when everyone got what they wanted A 45 1 P -I , 1 . n af 4 B ' ffbfis I A P -1- lf , V

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