Hillsdale High School - Echo Yearbook (Jeromesville, OH)

 - Class of 1966

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in Three One-Act Plays G6Riders to the Sea" Fishermen brought Maurya 's son in from the sea and she gave him her last blessing. At right, Maurya talks to God after her sixth son was drowned. Maurya--an old woman ..... Susie Echelberger Bartley--her son .... . . . Glenn Frank Cathleen--her daughter . . . . Lynda McGuire Nora--a younger daughter ..... Jacque Workman Men gn Women ..... Ethel Harbolt, Harvey Kahl, Sherry Myers, Ted Sours, Herb Jones, Dave Kyler, Barb Carl Director ............... Dave Butler For the first time at Hillsdale, three one-act plays were presented. The evenings of April lst and 2nd, 1966, were memorable in that these plays were p directed by three senior students: Dave Butler, Donna Mutchler, and Kathy , Fickes, with the advice and assistance of adviser, Mr. Robert Haxton. i 66 ' The Valiant" W Warden H lt and Fath r Dal t t f t D k Warden Holt--warden of State's Prison . Galen Blough cseatedp before ie goes to niet hi flgeo Eireoiras Z e Father Da1Y"fhe PITSOH ChaP1am "" Dive igthp prisoner who was thought to be hiding his true identity James Dykenthe Pusoner l "" ' " " are Osse to protect someone. He was soon to enter the gallows Josephine Paris--a young girl . . . Vivian Schwan for committing murder, Dan--a jailer . . ..... . .... Don Mong An Attendant . . . . Terry Halderman Director . . . . .... . . . . . . .Kathy Fickes "The Valiant" cast demonstrated their acting abil- ities by touching the heart as well as the mind.

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6 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- fashioned meller-drammer.



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Interesting Assemblies Held Throughout the Year It if Inez Gifford provided entertainment in the way of songs and pictures as she presented an as- sembly on April 5, 1966. UPPER RIGI-IT: Otto Schmidt performed a gym- nastic show on physical fitness January 20 . Some of his stunts included trampoline feats, weight lifting, and one-arm handstands. He also gave a few health sugges- tions. AT RIGHT: Lois Sellers was crowned 1966-1967 FFA Queen February 12, by last year's queen Susan Arm- Q ' ' 'N " strong. Dave Harris, president of the FFA acted as Mas- ter of Ceremonies. Lois's attendants included Carolyn Moody, freshrnang Barb Banks, sophomoreg Linda Schwan, juniorg and Mary Ann Ewing, senior. Senior students who maintained a 3. 25 average or better for all four years of high school were honored April 25 by receiving loving cups. Those receiving the distinction were Lois Sellers, Donna Mutchler, Susie Echel- berger, Ken Kamenik, Dave Harris, and Cnot picturedj Linda Bontrager. All students who held a 3.25 average for the year were also present.

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