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Expressing Ourselves A number of student plays were presented. Miss Radford’s English 9 classes rewrote ROMEO AND JULIET into modern speech and p resented both their version and Shakespeare’s to a selected audience. In the spring, Mr. Ray- buck’s drama group developed a Children’s Theater troupe who carried their message of fun and good-will to a number of neighboring schools. With both groups the accent was on student effort. Pat Mason and Julie Britt play the balcony scene in modern dress. In more traditional mode is Theresa Marks as Juliet and Jeff Guyer as Romeo. The Bear (Lisa Comet) and the Hare (Nancy Correll) argue which can see or smell the fartherest in THE BIG BRAG. Therome Spivey tries to escape the Slithery D. Berry Brooke is amazed at her effort in LAYING AN EGG. The Cheesentakers, Cathy Daughtrey and Nancy Correll, share the cheese with the King, Vernon Clark, and the Mice. Carol Gormley, Berry Brooke, Therome Spivey, Vernon Clark, Kathy Cook, Nancy Correll, Vernestine Artis, Elizabeth Hodges, Debbie Battle, Jennifer Fraik, Lisa Comet, Cathy Daughtrey and Jamie Duffey portray the elements of the HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. Max’s mother (Elizabeth Hodges) scolds Max (Kathy Cook) in THE WILD THINGS. 7
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Food Stop Sigmond and the Sea Monsters bring you a balanced lunch. They ate the whole thing! Well, almost the whole thing. Everyone gets hungry, even man’s best friend. How T > out some lunch? 6
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Contents Theme p. 2 Go! Happenings p. 44 Stop! People p. 92 Proceed with Caution! Ads . . . .p. 130 Index p. 141 Epilog p. 144 8
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