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Page 31 text:
tudents Active in All Situations
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Luana Burrell and Richard Bishop were just
two of the characters in the Library Service
C1ub's play for the Thanksgiving Assembly.
The school cooks, Mrs. Forest Rush, Mrs.
Mary Rowland, and Mrs. Wilma Shenberger pro-
vided and decorated a Christmas tree for the
Mr. Glen Hanes sang for the student body at
the Thanksgiving Assembly. He is Associate Pro-
fessor of the Department of Education at Ashland
Kathy Fickes served as Santa Claus during
the Christmas party. She brought and distributed
AT LEFT, the Thespian Troupe 1647,
under the direction of Donna Mutchler and as-
sisted by Mr. Robert I-Iaxton. presented a play
entitled "The Christmas Peppermintsu as en-
tertainment for the Christmas programs of the
Lion's Clubs in the area. It was then presented
to the student body the last day of school before
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" Dr. Sanderson, perhaps at medical school, they
6fHarvey" Draws Large Audiences
neglected to tell you that a rabbit has large pointed
A dozen members in the cast worked hard to
present such a lively comedy to keep the audience
filled with laughter.
Elwood P, Dowd . .
Veta Louise Simmons
Myrtle Mae Simmons .
Miss Johnson ....
Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet
Ruth Kelley ......
Duane Wilson . . .
Lyman Sanderson . .
William R, Chumley .
Mrs. Chumley ....
Judge Omar Gaffney
. . . . Terry Pore
. . . . . Kathy Fickes
. . Mary E1lenMaxwell
Joyce Ann Hoverstock
. . . . . . Susie Ailer
. . Mary Ann Ewing
. . Chuck Wiltrout
. . . Dave Butler
. . . Pete Kosse
. . Peggy Murphy
. . . . Greg Likes
ears, and that a hat for a rabbit would have to be per- E. J. Lofgren .... . . Butch Momchilov
forated to make room for these ears!"
"Aunt Ethel--I want you to meet Harvey. As you
can see, he's a Pooka." "Harvey says he would have
known you anywhere!"
The Dowd household was in an uproar
when Uncle Elwood brought home his closest
gh, friend, an imaginary 6 1X2 foot rabbit. The
M plot really thickens when Elwood is taken to a
L- , sanitarium, but his sister Veta is admitted in-
. stead. Everyone will remember the final out-
-' w Come when "I-larve " seems to become a
- if reality.
" , MZ..
1 The play was written by Mary Chase, and
7 the cast was chosen by the director from select
students in grades 10 tmough 12. Directed by
Mr. Robert Haxton and student directed by
- Donna Mutchler, the play touched the hearts
1' of the young as well as old attending the
1 evening performances of November 19 and 20.
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More Students Participate
The entire cast and crew consisted of over fifty students who worked diligently to provide entertainment for the
school and community.
6GParted on Her Wedding Mom" or '6More to Be Pitied Than Seemed"
Above. Desmond is being thrown out the
window by Excelsior as Bowery Liz assists. Be-
low, Mother Mahoney. Opal, and Bowery Liz
watch as Desmond carries Faith away, but is
halted by Excelsior. H
Excelsior Colfax. . . Tim Kosse
Desmond Dalton. . .... Terry Pore
Opal Buckingham . . . Mary Mutchler
Faith Trueheart . . . . Peggy Rose
Bowery Liz .... . . Marilyn Krebs
Mother Mahoney . . . . Susie Ailer
Director . . . . . ...... . . Donna Mutchler
Faith Trueheart was a frail, young girl who had been turned
out by her father. She found food and shelter in the humble abode of
the crude Bowery Liz and, a neighbor Mother Mahoney, comforted
her wounded pride. Faith was shunned by her father because of the
evil deeds of Desmond Dalton, a black-hearted villain. He devised a
plan, with the aid of his accomplice, the villainess, Opal Buckingham,
to marry Faith and then claim her rich coal fields as his own. Only,
one Excelsior Colfax stands in the way. After abitter fight, Desmond
is thrown out of the window by the hero. But the villain is saved by
falling onto a skylight below and crawls back to safety.A simple fight
follows between the villain and the hero. Bowery Liz comes back
from taking Opal to jail and finds Excelsvor in trouble. She has a
gun and soon forces the villain to surrender and then marches him
off to jail. After all the excitement is over, Excelsior proposes
marriage to Faith and she accepts for a very happy ending to an old-
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