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Page 105 text:
Sponsoring Plays Keeps Thespians Busy
4 ru H
Adviser, Mr. Robert Haxton and Thespian mem-
ber, Susie Echelberger demonstrate a lesson in appear-
ance on the stage, as the other Thespians look on.
KNEELING: M. Maxwell, L. Sellers. Treasurerg D.
Mutchler, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: D. Butler,
Mary Ellen Maxwell and Glenn Frank participated
in the informal initiation skit written by Kathy Fickes,
Donna Mutchler, and Jacque Workman entitled the
"Modern Day Snow White. "
The newly initiated Thespian members were
FRONT ROW: Mary Mutchler, Unie Draper, Linda
Schwan, Sherry Myers, Mary Ellen Maxwell, Marilyn
Staffordg and BACK ROW: Susie Ailer, Peggy Rose,
Marilyn Krebs, Terry Pore. LindaMcGuire, GlennFrank,
and Barb Wise.
P. Kosse, I. Workman, Secretaryg M. Stafford, S.
Myers. M. Krebs. BACK ROW: U. Draper. D. Harris.
T. Pore, L. Schwan. C. Wiltrout. Presidentg K.
Fickes, C. Miller, L. McGuire.
Hillsdale Thespians' Troupe 1647 had many en-
tertaining hours casting and presenting plays. Their first
accomplishment came with the presentation of "Har-
vey" on November 19 and 20. They then took on the
job of presenting a children's Christmas play for the
Lion's Clubs of Hayesville and Ieromesville. It was also
presented as a humerous skit for the high school students
before Christmas vacation.
Sponsoring the three one-act plays in the spring,
fApril l and 25, ended their theatrical appearances. '
The last official meeting for the year of Troupe 1647,
took place April 26 at the annual banquet with formal
and informal initiation ceremonies following.
Full-fledged Thespians Susie Echelberger. Donna
Mutchler, Jacque Workman, Chuck Wiltrout, Kathy
Fickes, Dave Harris, Pete Kosse, Dave Butler, and
Carol Miller gave the candle-lighting service of formal
initiation in swearing in the new members.
Page 104 text:
The Varsity-H is an organization explicitly created
for those students involved in sports, who have earned
a letter in at least one of the various athletic activities.
Their main duties are to sell the Hillsdale jackets and
to sponsor the athletic banquet for all boys that have
taken part in any sports activities. This year's banquet
was held May 11. 1966, with Chris Ford. wrestling
coach at Ashland College, as the guest speaker.
Mike LeMasters received his first letter in track
and therefore became a member of the Varsity-I-I Club.
At left. Mike pole vaults over the bar.
Sportsmanship Encouraged by Varsity-H
FRONT TO BACK, FIRST COLUMN: R. Justice. T.
Sours, D. Kyler, T. Brightbill, R. Luikart, M. Le-
Masters, B. Betson, G. Austin, M. Leibolt. F. Schuck,
C. Twining. SECOND COLUMN: B. Somerlade, I.
Tallmadge, B. Momchilov, T. Kosse, R. Eagle, S.
sheriff. D. Butler, C. French, D. Freeborn. G. Blough.
R. McBride. BAR OF"H": D. Twining, Secretary-
Treasurerg Mr. Ellsworth Cox. Adviserg C. Wiltrout.
Presidentg P. Kosse, Vice-Presidentg Mr. Robert Valen-
tine, Adviserg P. Patterson, Student Council Representa-
Page 106 text:
6'Highlight'9 Rated First Class in NSPA Critical
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FRONT ROW: M. Krebs, U. Draper, K. Fickes. Ed-
itorg Mr. Robert Lavengood, Adviserg L. Schwan, Ir.
Editorg B. Funk. SECOND ROW: L. Sellers, B. Banks.
M. Ewing, I. Hoverstock, M. Maxwell. I. Brookover.
The First Class honor awarded to the HIGHLIGHT
was presented by the National Scholastic Press Associa-
tion,fNSPAy in the 74th All American Newspaper Crit-
ical Service. The paper was just under the All Amer-
ican rating. lt was excellent, but lacked the outstand-
ing qualities needed for the All American newspaper.
The staff worked throughout the year to publish
the activities of the students from the past, presently.
and yet to come. It was printed twice monthly in order
to provide good. local, reading material for the stu-
The worth of this extra-curricular activity can
best be described as the students' reactions to the read-
ing materials. Invaluable education was learned by each
staff member as each relayed his experiences and arti-
P. Mills. E. Harbolt. K. Ramsey. BACK ROW: S.
Leidigh. P. Helbert. S. Shibinski. K. Kamenik. R.
Lipscomb, G. Mowry. B. Clippinger, D. Nethero. S
Editor Kathy Fickes and junior editor Linda Schwan
cles into publication. spent many long hours putting the school's newspaper
together. There were times when they felt like quitting
but with a bit of encouragement from concerned students
and faculty members. they stayed with it.
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