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Dramatic Group Honors Students
The National Thespian Society, under the spon-
sorship of Everett Porter, is an honorary society
composed of students who are interested in dra-
matics and who have earned a minimum of T5
points. These points may be accumulated by ap-
pearing in plays, working backstage, handling
ticket sales, publicity, properties, taking speech,
or working on the Junior Town staff. Two initia-
tions are held annually. The first was held No-
vember QO and the second in the spring. Creston
High School Troupe 697 has as its purpose the
advancement of dramatic arts. A number of stu-
dents earned points for membership this year by
taking part in the senior class play "Room For
One More," October 25, and in the iunior class
play "Home Sweet Homicide," March 5. Officers,
left to right, are: N. Clayton, President, B. Bul-
lock, treasurer, J. Hayes, clerk, S. Cornick, secre-
L tary, J. Evans, vice president.
MEMBERS-Front row, left to right, are: B. Smith, C. Molby, S. Cornick, S. Holmes, and J. Hayes. Second
row: B. Miller, M. Davis, M. Lewis, H. Taylor, K. Jones, B. Bullock, and J. McElroy. Back row: T. Tucker, M.
Alloway, P. Hetland, G. Wood, A. Brown, .l. Francis, D. Abbott, N. Clayton, and L. Abbott. Not pictured is
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Abbott J McCutchan P Sprrggs Second row M Kletfman S Dunham J Schuler M Wallace R Mona
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Chapman prestdent P Whrtmarsh treasurer
The goals of the Student Councll are CU to express
oplnlons of the student body on matters Important to the
students Q25 to Inform the students of council action and
to lead them In acconnpllshrng desirable ends 135 to share
wtth the faculty and admrnrstratlon the management of
certain school enterprises Some of the Councrl s protects
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of xmportance to the school before the students
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SENIOR PLAY CAST AND CREW MEMBERS-Semi-circle, left to right: G. Wood, A. Brown, J. Novotne,
S. Cornick, N. Clayton, K. Jones, C. Molby, T. Tucker, M. Alloway, B. Bullock, S. Holmes, L. Abbott. Center,
first row: P, Hetland, Mrs. Mueller, director, R. Miller. Second row: R. Bender, B. Smith. Third row: M.
Lewis, J. Hayes, M. Davis, J. Evans.
Class Plays Successful
JUNIOR PLAY CAST AND CREW MEMBERS-Semi-circle, left to right: C. Duskin, S. Brown, K. Vicker, K.
Thomas, R. McMath, P. Oswald, D. Smith, P. Paragas, P. Holmes, L. Gibson, J. Clark, Judy Wallace, Joan
Wallace. Center, first row: A. Cusack, L. Hardy, M. Reed. Second row: R. Waltz, D. Herndon. Third row:
Mr. Porter, director, L. Hicks.
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