Peshastin Dryden High School - Puma Yearbook (Peshastin, WA)

 - Class of 1932

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.'n Y ....1...1i..-1....... .. K' Q Ax' F .1 , ,,, Xa ""1?,r' THE - 5: ' ALZgi24ISI'I'I'Y On Friday evening of October 9, 1951, the Junior Class pre- sented "'I'he Arrival of Kitty", a three-act comedy. The scene took place at a mountain resort--Halycon House-- inthe Catskill Mountains. William Winkler with his niece, Jane, an old sister-in-law, a French maid, and a dog, arrived at Halycon House, Winkler wanted his niece to marry a rich friend of her i'ather's by the name of Benjamin Moore, so he would get Sl0,000, However, Jane was already in love with young Bibbie Baxter. ' Unknown to his si ter-in-law, Cwho abhorred actressesl Wink- ler fell in love with Kitty Benders, an actress of the New York stage. An interesting part of the play was enacted when Aunt Jane promised "to come around" with S3l0,000, if Brother Winkler would find her a husband. Bobbie Baxter finally came to Halycon House, only to find - - that Jane had unwillingly become engaged to Benjamin. Then came the fun! When Benjamin Moore arrived, Winkler thought he was the man from the Matrimonial Agency for Aunt Janeg and Jane thought him to be the teacher she had sent for. , Bobbie Baxter dressed up to impersa-nate Kitty Benders, and Benjamin "fell" for "her". At the close of the second act the real Kitty arrived. The Third act was merely the straightening out of the myster ies. Cf course Bobbie and Jane were seen together again, Kitty promised to marry the "old Boy' and Aunt Jane got har 'QBenny," CHARACTERS Winkler U e 0 o uoooo u Aunt Jane, his sister-in-law . . Jane, his niece , . . . .Q . .. . Bobbie Batter' .' ...... Benjamin 'Moore' . . . Ting,,,a bell-boy . . . Sam, a colored porter . . Kitty, an actress. . . . . . , Suzette, Aunt Jane's maid . . . . . -fifty-one- Quincy Carrell Ruth Coppock Della Thompson , Henry Kuch . Carl Bergren . Bruce Towne . Clyde Gorman . Ida Ferrel , Viola Frase



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1 f , M94 A Y C FEA! A three-act comedy entitled 'Oh Kayn was presented in the ' Grade School Auditorium by the Senior class on Friday, April 22, 1952. N0h Kayn, was a farce comedy, mingled with mystery and many thrills. 'GramP and WGrampN Pembroke, Evelyn Whitman, and her son and daughter, Arthur and Edith Whitman, all lived in the same home. It had become known that the WBlack Terrorn was in town and was searching for Gram Pembroke's jewels which were hidden in the bettom of her telephone. Messages kept coming over the telephone from a mysterious person, and each time Gram received a message she would feel faint and take a few more pills for-her 'poor old body'. To make mat- ters worse, lights kept going on and off, and later a brick was thrown thnaugh the window widr a message attached to it. Locks had been tampered with, cartridges had been removed from the gunsg lights again had been turned off and on during which time Gram Panbrokeis telephone disappeared. What a night of terror! Every- one wished that Captain Whitman were home to help solve the m s- tary. As the plot deepened, the Pembrokes decided that a detective should be called and to the disgust of Gramp and Art, NMiss Kay Millie' of the Millis Detective Agency came in perso . After Kay's arrival, both Edith and Art Whitman had confessions to make, and to the amazement o all, it was discovered that Art, tired of being treated like a little boy,had arranged with Fred Alden to keep the lights switching off and on, nhile Edith, anxious to know how people acted when frightened--so she could write a bet- ter detective story,--had made plans with Alice Borden to make the mysterious calls over the telephone. That night three terrifying-looking persons kept running thru the house, frightening the whole family. Ka Millis decided to sit up all night and keep watch. ' About mid-night a knock was heard at the door and a man enter- ed, attired in the dress of a sea-captain. He explained to Kay Millis that he was Captain Whitman, just returned from sea. How- ever, Kay Millis became suspicious of him and held him under the point of a gun. At this moment Gram, Gramp and Art all entered the room, leading three different figures in in Black Robes. -fiftybtwo-

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