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Page 17 text:
"GLORY to God in the highest, peace on
"JlNGLE Bells, Jingle Bells"-Under the direction
of Mr. Lehrer, the music students sing gay carols.
earth, good will to men
Page 16 text:
As the curtain parted for the first number of
the Christmas program, the black-gowned stage
band played its "Christmas Suite." Then the
choir joined in the spirit with Christmas carols.
"Song Over the World," a series of events
leading to the Nativity and tied together by a
narrator and an off-stage voice, was presented
by a cast of freshmen and sophomores with
Ruth Ann Bergum fMaryJ and Richard Coau-
ette Uosephl. A section from the senior choir
furnished vocal accompaniment from the pit.
The traditional processional closed the produc-
left: "NIGHT comes to the town
of Bethlehem"-Joyce Fylling
CVoiceJ, Mary McC'ulla and
Mary Margaret Johnson CNar-
right:"THIS is the hour"-Shep-
herds, Young Modems, and
Travelers worship before the
Song over the World
Narrators . . Margaret Johnson, Mary McCulla
Voice . . .... Joyce Fylling
Mary . . , . . . Ruth Ann Bergum
Joseph . . . .... Richard Coauette
Three Shepherds . Lanny Barness, Richard Casmey,
David, shepherd ...... Paul Stenseth
Travelers . . . Clinton Bendickson, Janice Hanson.
Donald Fundingsland, Mary Lou Vanderbeek
Young Christians . David Wilder, Robert Coauette. Lou
Ann Leistman, Melvin Piper, Judy Hanson. Joan Fylling
Direction ...... Miss Dirks. Mrs. Berg
Page 18 text:
left: PUNCH for Leon Flancher and Claudea
Olson by Jerry Panzer and Lois Olson.
cafes and cabaret create Parisian theme
Polished shoes, dinner jackets, and a flower
garden variety of formals were donned by
juniors, seniors, and faculty as they set off on an
imaginary trip to Paris, beginning with the prom
Miss Johnson and her junior committee plan-
ned the journey, and Toastmaster Kenny Lang-
bell set the pace in the Parisian atmosphere of
miniature Eiffel Towers, top hats, and canes.
The future of the graduates was prophesied, and
generous seniors announced their will.
From the sidewalk cafe prom goers went to the
dance cabaret, where French poodles, bright
flowers, and orchestra music set the "April in
The swishing of skirts in the grand march and
the lingering moments of the last dance preced-
ed the early morning house parties. Dawn found
everyone drowsy, dreamy-eyed, and altogether
ARTISTS at work-Carole Anderson and Ann Lynne Erickson sketch guests. BOB Arch and Dell Beauchine
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