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Story It’s a late summer afternoon at Larue Towers, where Mrs. Howard V. Larue III (Mary Sue Poes) is entertaining her old school-mates Evva (Barbara Toezynski), Maude (Patricia Lozny), and Grace Lewis (Sue Beaber). She is abruptly interrupted by a phone call from her son Howay (Charles Zurawski), who says that the boy living at Larue Towers is not he but a stick. This immediately throws the household staff, Carrie (Sharon Hudick), Sybil (Linda Domanowski), and Nelson (Paul Orosz) into utter confusion. Later in the day, Mrs. Larue has her run- in with Chef (Laird Goulding) and Virgil ' Mrs. McThing’ Presented by the Senior Cl ass November 23, 24, 25 Shantyland Pool Hall and Lunchroom, was the scene of this year’s Senior Play, presented on November 23, 24, and 25, in Central’s auditorium. “Mrs. McThing,” writ¬ ten by Mary Chase, was directed by Mrs. R. Weiher and produced under the student co¬ chairmanship of Thea Schumacher and Daniel O’Shea. (Bernard Traver), characters at the pool hall where her son is supposed to be living. She finds out that her real son has joined Poison Eddie’s (Dennis Agosti) gang, and is now a member along with Dirty Joe (Dario Insenga) and Stinker (Tom Andrzejewski). She then meets Mrs. Schellenbach (Marilyn Mizen) who comes in to check on her son Poison Eddie. Mrs. McThing (Carol Reiter) then turns Mrs. Larue into a stick. Mimi (Mary Venia) comes up with a plan to eliminate the sticks. When the plan works, Mimi is left by her mother, the beautiful Mrs. McThing (Lynn Seibenick), to play with Howay. Page 132
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Spanish Chib A study of typical native costumes, songs, dances, and fiestas enliven the Spanish Club under the direction of Sister Marie de Lourdes, O.S.U. Oral reports on Latin American countries, their art and literature, provide a valu¬ able cultural background for the Spanish students. The principal activity of the club is the publication of a Spanish newspaper called “La Carla Espanola.” This paper has been published on special occasions for three years. C. Jacobs, T. Brown, M. Salinas, A. Olejownik, J. Koch. P. Marshall, J. Riker, K. Calkins, A. Czerniawski. French Club Seen here, are some mem¬ bers of the French Club, view¬ ing a copy of a French paint¬ ing. Their interest in French culture was aided this year by the appearance of the Ver¬ sailles Exhibit at the Art Museum. Besides reports, talks and slides, another attraction this year, through the help of the club’s moderator. Sister Mary Caroleen, S.N.D., was the acquisition of French pen pals for many of the members. These pen pals carry the study of France outside the class¬ room, literally into a French home. Latin Club Central’s Latin Club is organized as a special Chapter of the Junior Classical League, a National Organiza¬ tion whose purpose is to study the civilization of Greece and Rome in order to understand and appraise the world of today, which is indebted to ancient civilization in its gov¬ ernment, laws, literature, lan¬ guage and arts. The members attend area meetings held at other high schools in and about Toledo. They also attend the State Convention in Columbus. Locally they sponsor a slave auction and celebrate the Saturnalia, “semi-Roman” fashion. R. Harley, C. Walker, C. Niewiadomski, K. Shafer. Page 131
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1. “It’s a farm train.” 2. “Edward Arthur Schellenbach!” 3. “Oh mother, don’t leave me!” 4. “Now don’t panic!” 5. All right! Stick ’em up, you guys!” 6. “There was a spot of egg yolk on her collar!” 7. “Ah, shut up!” Page 133
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