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Page 53 text:
rnfrndcd of them 1 srcrrlrct wluch envolved drstrrbutrng therr prop rty
rrnong then poor tenants In a very tOL1ChlllfD cenc they decrded Phyllrs
w rs unworthy of therr aftectron
Phyllrs an Arcfrdran shepherd ss and heroine of the operetta was
en rcttd bv Mary Fredcrrcks A more charrnrrrg and pleasrng Phyllrs would
have been hard to frnd Phyllrs was at the begrnnrng of the operetta rn
love wrth Strephorr rn Arcadran shepherd Complrcatlons rnvolvrng
Strtphon s ance tory soon arose and speedrly changed her mrnd
Strephon whose role was frlled by Brucy Stacy was as handsome
and ron rntrc a hero as the real Strephon must have been Strephon
faced the peculrar plight of berng a farry down to hrs warst Hrs mother
Iolrnthe portrayed bv Mlldred Saltmarsh another SGIIIOI' was more
than convrncrngly wrnsome and farrly lrke She had prevrously been
banrshed from farrv land by the Falry Queen for the awful crrme of
marryrng a mortal Upon the earnest pleas of her farry kingdom and
her three prlncrpal faures 1Celra portrayed by Joan Schenk Lerla played
by Enrd Lounsbury and Fleta portrayed by Shrrley Keeblerv the Queen
of Farrres Lors Bowman nnally relented and summoned Iolanthe from
her brnrshment wrth the understandrng, that rf Iolanthe ever revealed
the fact that she was mar rxed to a mortal she should dre Iolanthe con
ented to tlns and was restored to farrly land However through the com
olrcatrons 'l.X'1S1llg between the three lords and Phyllrs Iolanthe was
forc d to reveal to the Lord Chancellor that she was hrs wrfe rn order
that Strephon mrght marry Phyllrs The queen hearrng that Iolanthe had
each of her farrres had marrred a Peer and was a Dutchess Countess or
some other ess Realrzrng she could not slaughter the whole company
the Queen pardoned them seekrng the love of a Sentry portrayed by
Bob Crusen The operetta ended as th entrre cast happrly marrred
prepared to leave for farryland
The musrc for Iolanthe hasa lrngerrng lrltrng leaven whrch makes
the hearer long for more Accompanrment to the operetta was played by
a twenty prece orchestra of prcked players from the Unrversrty of Oregon
Symphony orchestra Two pranos played by Dorothy Bohle and Mrss Lena
Mtdler were used wrth the orchestra
The cast for the stage choruses was Farrres Marjorre Strrnger
Maxrne Calahan Theodora Peters Patrlcra Lee Mae Ellen Saxton
Elf rst Skrnner Hazel McMullen B rnrce Strxckler Helen Mrchelson Edna
Mre Myers Barbart Horner S na Edwards Lorelre Stewart Helen Ann
Sanders Ella Mae Prtzrng and Norma Sorseth Pe rs Emmett Long
Leonard Harnz Wes Grllenwater B111 Warden Lorrrs Phelps Jack Zrm
brrck Jack Baker Truman Forbrs Sheldon Burghardt Jack L mons
Harold Reeves Lowell Baker Vrctor Bartruff Lynn Chastarn Don
Hryes and Junlor Sutter
The executrve end of the operetta was handled by students and
faculty members and consrsted of Busrness Manager Lowell Baker
Publrcrtv Manager Marle Baughman Adv rtrsrng Manager and Pro
grams Brll Warden Trckets Jack Baker Hazel McMullen Wardrobe
Maxrne Calahan Barbara Horner Marian Mrchelson Harr Stylrt Ma
Ellen Saxton Curtnn Jack Drllard Stagrng Mr Lawrenc Bennett
Assrstants Harry Mrller Jr and Daren Plerce Posters Ruth McAll1ster
Wealthy Royer Mlldred Saltmarsh Dar n Prerce Eloise Skrnner Or
chestra Mr Wayne Grlfrv Stage Hands Wes Grllenwater Lorrrs Phelps
Property Manager Don Haves Master Carpenter Elbert Kellv Prompter
Margaret Stevenson and Electrrcran Russell Stewart Bob Vaughan
The mrxed chorus accompanylng the pres ntatron rncluded all
other members of the sernor and freshmen Glee Clubs
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Page 52 text:
Iolanthe by Grlbert and Sulhvan was the operetta cho en thls
year for the Glee Club s annual pre entat on The v ry names Grlbert 1nd
Sulhvan reflect over half a century of lyrlcal and ITIUQICHI dellght Therr
lllbplllllg mUb1C and classlc wrt seem to become lresher and mor enlov
able each trme one hears thelr performances and Iolanthe proved no
exe Dll1Oll to the rule
Iolanthe was one of the flnest satlres on the Hous of Lords of
England ever wrrtten The people the nfelves wer amused whrle b lllg
rather abusrvely satrrrzed even the Lord Chancellor of England who rs
the hrghest authorlty of the land B111 Skmner portrayed thls role to
perfectlon Hls characterrzatlon of the pompous sell lmportant Lord
Chancellor was well recerved by the audlence Clad rn a flowlng whlt wrg
and garbed ln an elaborat robe ven the laborlous recrtatlve song called
merely gurgled much to the dellght of the audlence and valrantlg. con
tlnued t1ll th end
As the guardlan of Phyllls a ward of Chancery admlred by all th
Lords the Lord Chancellor found hrmself 1l'l quite a Dl1ZZ1ll1g S1tl12if101l
when he was forced to d9CldC whlch Lord would marry hls farr ward
Then too he hrm elf was a prospect ve candrdat After a lone, and
sleepless lllght ln whlch he argued hrs worth wlth h1 nself he flnally
decrded to honor Phylhs by marrying her hlmself Phyll1s however had
other rdeas on that matter
Falthfully followrng rn every one of the Chancellor s footsteps came
the offlclal tram bearer Elbert Kelly also a senror Elberts amusrng
dCplCl10ll of the loyal lrnn be ner w ll merlted the l9COglllt1OI'l of th Lord
Chancellor for hrs servrce
The Earl of Mountarat and the Earl of Tolloler enacted by Don
Chamb rl1n a Junlor and Davrd MacM1llan another senror were roles
of tvp cally concerted lords who became heated rlvals for Phyllls hand
Nerther of them however qulte lelt her worth the SQCYIHCS sh d
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Page 54 text:
Thrs year Lebanon Hrgh School has the largest and most complete
orchestra rn the hrstory of the school The deve opment of thls orchestra
has been pattern d alter that of the lrrger symphony orche tras Stand
ard rnstrumentatron cf the symphony orchestra of 79 or more players
More cellos and vlolas are needed 1n thrs years orchestra but a
def1n1t plan for overco nrng thx shox tage has b en developed The chool
h rs p anned to buy the ne essary xnstrmcents and they wrll b awarded
to the students desrrrng to play th m on a bas s of htness to b detcrmrned
by the tudents cholar hrp musrcal abrllty character and general
musrcal rnterest These rnstrum nts wlll be furnrshed free of charge with
free musrc lessons on the rnstrument Ior a p 1lOd of one year wlth th
understand ng that at th nr or that trme the student wrll defint ly
rlan to buy hrs own lnstrument
Vrola player wrll b chosen from those students who have already
tak n v1ol1n and they wrll be chostn from the more aovanc d students
By the us of thrs plan t IQ hop d that the present orchestra may be
develop d 1nto an lllQt1UITl9l'ltI1tl0Il Wh1Ch wlll equal that of larger
In the rrragonty of the hlgh schools rn the Unlted States the
crch stra has erther been entrr y rorg,otten or else has been badly
neglected 111 favor of the band SINCE band muslc has b en much the ea 1 r
to work up The Natronal Muslc Educltors are begllllllllg to reahze that
b cau of the rnterests rn band whrch ha developed all over the country
th orchestra has begun to take a back seat 3CCOI'dlllfZly they are now
stressrng the lmportance of orchestra muslc Thrs determmed effort to
make the natron orchestra conscrous 1 belng carrred on by drnt of many
orchestra contests festrvals tes and tournaments of all types arrang d
by the Natronal School Orche tra Assoclatlon The orchestra ha the ad
vantage of havrng not only the brass reed and percussron sectlons whxch
compo e th band but of also havrng the strmg s ctron SINCE approxr
mately two thlrds of the orche tra conslsts of strmgs a much more Vafled
use can be mad of the orchestra than of the band Future development
of the orchestra should place rt even Wllll the band 111 the muslcal
regard of th Lebanon Hrgh S hool
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