Mishawaka High School - Miskodeed Yearbook (Mishawaka, IN)

 - Class of 1965

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BEAUTY WINNER. Before the Homecoming pep session Fred Myers gets ready to " Color MHS Victorious " on the Art Club float, judged the prettiest parade entry. Homecoming Float Winners THEME WINNER. German Club members construct the " Berlin Wall " on their parade entry to create a " Smash That Red Wall " theme. WAR PAINT. Lorrie Brockeveldt smears l ipstick on Sherry Whybrew for her role on the Commercial Club float, whose theme was " Scalp Those Red Skins. "

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Slaving many long hours cutting crepe paper, painting letters, and assembling floats, we tried to make 1964 Homecoming the best ever. Because of popular demand the Student Council Corona- tion Ball, " Moonlight Masquerade, " was held October 31, the Saturday night before the game, but only 160 students danced around a haunted house and graveyard to the lively music of the Lettermen. Ann Leyes, attired in a shocking pink brocade dress and escorted by Hi-Y president Dave Falkenau, reigned as Home- coming Queen. Homecoming itself turned out to be a bigger success with its inspiring pep session and parade of 17 floats, topped off with a football victory that evening for MHS over Fort Wayne North. Several teachers entertained us with a skit at the pep session. We laughed at " rival coach " Mr. James Braunsdorf, physics teacher, ^s he appeared toting an oversized handkerchief and crying large fearful tears, begging his kidnappers not to hurt him. The band, vigorously playing the school song, led the parade, followed by the queen and her court riding in convertibles and then the 17 floats. History Club, whose slogan was " Sink the Redskins, " devised a leaky canoe which squirted real water, much to the annoyance of anyone in its path; nevertheless, it won the prize for originality. Art Club won for beauty, and German Club for appropriateness of theme. Each club won an award of ten dollars. Squirting Canoe, Coloring Book, Wall HALF TIME FESTIVITIES. Ann Leyes (centerl, 1964 Homecoming Queen, poses at the Homecoming game with her court, Pam Craig, )ana Yoang, Cheryl Ashley, Marie Calentine, Carol Bickel, and Sharon Smith. * -■^ ^ > «^ ^^- — *- .^^ ' ^ JE^k it - bte,. ,^ - ■3 ^ ^W ^ -^ ' % i W^ e:j r «N|^ ' 11^5^ J - ' I^M > ■IB 1 ^ ' ' •^■^ if II I 1- m 11 H^ 1 Ekm m - ■# ■■ . MM



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NEW LOOK. Linda Cook teases Pam Wees- ner ' s hair for Pam ' s role as Emma in the play. The makeup committee worked hard to change their classmates into " new persons. " The Happiest Millionaire " The portrayal of the wealthy but wacky Anthony J. Drexel Biddle family posed many challenges to the cast and committees of the Senior Class Play. Directed by Miss Emily Davidson, " The Happiest Millionaire " was presented on November 12th and 13th. The early- twentieth-century-Philadelphia set required an extensive search for furniture and props. Mike Chung spent many hours hunting for stuffed alligators and devising systems for their realistic opera- tion. All cast members were measured for costumes, which were rented from a New York company or made by a local seamstress. Late rehearsals often meant ice cream cones instead of supper and eyestrain from trying to do homework in the dark auditorium. Anthony J. Drexel Biddle (John Call), the blustering, domineer- ing, but kind-hearted tyrant of the colorful Biddle family, was de- termined to keep his only daughter Cordelia (Carole Boozer) atom- boy forever and quickly vetoed snooty Aunt Mary ' s (Val Brown — Debbie Thomson) suggestion that Cordy go away to Miss Apple- gate ' s school. But Mrs. Biddle (Beckie Ekamp) persisted, hoping Cordy might become a lady. All were appalled, however, when she brought home Angier Duke (Jamie McCoy), heir to a tobacco fortune, and announced their intention to marry. Many humorous incidents and a happy ending resulted as Angle tried to prove his mettle to Papa Biddle, his independence to his doting mother, and his new sense of individuality to Cordy. LIVtLr LIvERS The Biddle family was one of action. Mr. Biddle energetically leads his wife around the living room and boxes with ex-prizefighter Spike O ' Malley at a dinner party. Even Mr. Duke exhibits the family vigor as he throws Cordy over his shoulder and carries her off to be married. 12

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