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Clayborn Mort William Burke Mildred Speedie Ruth Howe D. J. Nabors
President I'iee President Secretary • Treasurer - Director
The year 1935-36 has been a significant one for Peru Dramatic Club. It has seen the production of more major events than any previous year. The fall season was opened with the presentation of Hickory Dickory, the Homecoming play, which also proved popular as a tour play. The second important project was the third annual College Parade, which was staged in cooperation with the music
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First Srmrstrr Betty Wilson Evelyn Reinwald Audrey Jarvis John Coli.in
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
Hetty Wilson Evelyn Reinwald Audrey Jarvis John Collin
Sponsors Eleanor May, Gretchen Miller Mr. Nabors, Adviser
First Semester READING CLUB Second Semester
Mayre Tangeman President Wayne Lindberg
Lucii.b Smith Vice President Charlotte Wederuuist
Wayne Lindberg Secretary Mayre Tangeman
Annie Laurie Smith Reporter Verona Klone
Dorothy Sponsors Maystrick, Katherine Knouse
First Semester Miss Marsh, Adviser SCRIBBLERS Second Semester
Gi.en Cramer President Norman Littrei.i.
Marjorie Lammers Vice President Marjorie Lammers
Kathryne Wilson Program Chairman Keith Parker
Keith Parker Reporter
Secretary Mary Jane Davisson
Treasurer Lenore Million
Josephine Rocers, Lbnore Harris, Evangeline Cornell, Genevieve Harriott
Mrs. Baker, Adviser
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and physical education departments. This production was even more attractive and spectacular than those of preceding years.
The month of December saw the production of two three-act plays: House Party, dramatic mystery, and Cricket on the Hearth, the Christmas Guest Night play.
A delightfully artistic production was that of The Sleeping Beauty of Loreland, played with an all-girls’ cast. The effective lighting, costuming, and drapery combined to make this fairy play a charming spectacle.
An outstanding number of the year’s repertoire was One Sunday Afternoon. This play was unusual in that it was presented in eight scenes rather than in acts. The flashbacks to the “Gay ’90s’ with the appropriate dress furnished much of the humor.
All in all. Mr. Nabors and the members of P. I). C. are well satisfied with the year’s successes and anticipate even greater hits for the near future.
•THE SLEEPING BEAUTY OF LORELAND'
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