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The llltI1lfft'l' Xt't'lIl' from HGfUl'l'tlH
lietty lfrickson as alternate. Dramatic clivision
contestants were lietty johnson, reacling "Ile,"
Claire Miller, "'llhe Doctor Comes from Mos-
cow," ancl Margaret .Xnne Clark, "'l'ritles." 'llhe
rlecision of a critic juclge cleterminecl the three
stutlents to he enteretl in the sul:-clistrict contest sol
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at. klimax. lhese contestant were Claire Miller.
clramatic: Margaret lfox, humorous. anml Rohert'
'llhe suh-rlistrict contest eliminatecl two Cen-
tral contestants from further competition, hut the
thirtl was clestinecl to go on. Margaret lfox ancl
Robert lllcfall placecl seconml in their respective
tlivisions, ancl Claire Miller placecl first in her
clivision. .Xt the clistrict contest heltl here Claire
again placetl first, anal she preparetl to enter the
who uses his gifts to huy the safety of a hahy.
'llhe cast incluclecl Saraflan, a Wise man, plavetl
es from the wrath of llerocl, ancl a wise man
hv lxolmert McCall: iluclah, a shephertl, 'Iames
ssey: lilizaheth, mother of hlolm, Claire Miller:
fliers of llerocl, tlifforcl Miller, Nov Moline
and .lack 'lliecleman. Other roles were playerl hy
inert lloles, llexter lirogman, -Iohn lfleur, shep-
hercls: lletty -Iohnson, .Xlice ffreseth, Marvel
jasper, ancl Margaret Dunham, angels: Chester
Swanson. Vernon lfargo, ancl Sherman Myers,
the three kings: fllenn llouske, the prophet
priest: 'llhelma Sharp, the Maclonna: lflovcl
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lmara Miller, properties: l,IlYltl Wiley, hghts:
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the first place at the regional contest ancl, amicl
the cheers of the stumlent hotly, left for Minne-
apolis with her coach, Miss Newman, to enter the
state contest. llere Claire placeml fourth among the
Minnesota high school stuclents enterecl in the
tlramatie tlivision. Claire has achievecl that which
only a few Central cleclaimants have tlone hefore
her. antl hoth she ancl her coach tleserve all the
congratulations that we can offer them.
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XYith a climax fitting to a successful act, the
curtains swing together for a hrief intermission:
anal when they part again, a new scene presents
itself to the eyes of the autlience.
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nouncer. .X program of special Christmas music
was presentecl as a feature of the program lay
the senior high school choir anrl the junior high
school glee cluh. 'l'he program was acclaimecl as
one of the finest Christmas entertainments ever
to he proclucefl at the school.
,-Xs a part of the program presenterl in honor
.incoln's hirthrlay a short play "Choosing a
Lincoln lark Statue" was presentecl uncler the
flii ' of Mi s V rvylt 'l '
'ectlon . sp 4 ' -s. lhe theme of the play
was the selection of a statue of Lincoln that woulfl
he the most characteristic of his life.
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'Ilhe curtains rlraw slowly together: the final
act is completeml. lhe actors crowcl ahout the
clressmg rooms. ancl then' conversation is hlletl
n aclclition to the junior ancl senior class plays,
with snatches of ".'Xren't you sorrv it's all over?"
two short hl:l5's were presemetl clurin! thc Year. anrl "lDicln't we have the most fun working to-
tln llecemlmer 17, as the final feature of the pre-
holiclay schemlule, the nativity play. "Gloria," hy
liatherine liester was protlueetl uncler the clirec-
tion of Miss tJ'llrien and Mr. 'llhorson, with the
assistance of Miss Vowles anml Miss Morck. It ltal
tlepictecl the Christmas pageant as inspirerl hy the
angels' song, "Gloria in lfxcelsis Deo," 'llhe play
tells the story of a shephercl who stays hehintl to
tentl a wouncletl lamh, a frightened mother who
gt-ther?" Out in front the auclience slowly moves
up the aisle towarcl the floor. 'llheir faces show
that they have enjoyecl the evening's performance.
ey smile proudly, ancl they speak of the crecl-
mle work of each of the plavers. .-Xs the last
person leaves the lmuilcling, the' janitor snaps off
the lights ancl, locking the floor, stoops to pick
up a crumplecl program. lle unfolrls it antl reatls:
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