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schedule indicated a co . tf 'se plays are being reserved for
preformance the last wee. of schoo , The presentation of the one-
act plays will not be public due to the heavy royalty on most of
the plays, They will be given merely as projects, enabling the
students to better understand stage business.
n C?K .
The plays which the members of the class have been preparing
are the following:
THANK YOU DOCTOR
Duster Gurney . . . . . . . . . .Ernest Springer
Nirse Cray' . . F ,Lucille Vid Kirk
Mrs. Lester . . . . Helen Dzrlzngton
I Cort the jewler . . .Robert Ieniieton
PaLiCLt u a L. o o o o n - H?I.'1f li-7'LCh
Detective. . . . . . . . . . .Henry inch
Bobbie, the bridegroom . .. Paul Hepler
Archie, the bestman . . . Bruce Towne
Alice, the bride . , . . . . . . , . .Jeanne Newell
Ted, the usher. . . . . . . . . . .Clyde Gorman
Mrs. Tisdale, Archie's mother. . . Dorothy Werner
yson, Alice's father . .
. .Louis Kirchner
. Dorothy Werner
Miss Grayson, her aunt . . . . . . .
Mrs Winstead , U , C D . . , . . .Roy Cedarquist
Mrs. Winstead . , t . . I . . Q cEthel Bersing
Herbert: their young son . . A . . , .Jack Furris
Anita, their eldest darghter, , Annabelle Ligier
Caroline: their youngest , . . . Dorothey Fuller
Roger, a lawyer . , . 3 I . . , Robert Springer
MAN ON TI-L ILLRB
Joe, the msn on the kerb . . . Quincy Carrell
Mary, his Vlife cw qi 5. Q on lc 5 1 Ida Ferrel Q
The last six weeks work has been given over entirely to the
five-act play WShe Stoops To Conquern and the making of the new
cyclormma which will make our stage in the auditorium quite complete
By Quincy Carrell
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Those taking part in the play - - 1 '
Sir Charles Marlow . . . . . . . . Paul Hepler
Young Marlow . . . . . . . . . Robert Pendleton
Squire Hardcastle. . ...... .Quincy Carrell
George Hastings . . . . . . . . .Ernest Springer
Tony Lumpkin . . . .Henry Kuch and Bruce Towne
Diggory . . . . . . . .... Robert Springer
Roger. . . . . . . . . . . . .Roy Cedarquist
Aminadab .... . . . Louis Kirchner
Mrs. Hardcastle. . . . . . . . . . . . . Ethel Bersing
Kate Hard-:astle n o o o 9 0 9 9 o o o o o .Jeanne Newell
Constance Neville. .HelenlDarlington and Annabelle Zigler
Slangaoooooo oouu canoe uooo 1TaCkBurriS
Stingo . . . . . . ..... . . . . . . . Paul Hepler
Business Manager . . . . . . . ..... Jack Burris
Stage Ihianager a 0 0 o o a 0 s s 9 o s Roy Cedarquist
Assistants , . . . .Louis Kirchner and Paul Hepler
Cyclorana andccbstumes. . . .Lucille Van Kirk, Ida Ferrel
Dorothy Werner and Dorothey Fuller
This play constituted part of the Dramatic Class semester test,
It was successfully directed by Miss Reister, Dramatic Class
By Helen Darlington
DRAMATIC CLASS PROJECTS '
One of the popular subjects offered to the students of
Peshastin High School, proved to be that course known as 'Dramr',.
atics' Whether we have a great many 'Hollywood aspirants' in our
school, remains to be seen, nevertheless, this subject had to re-
quire restricted enrollment--perhaps because too many students
were lead to believe it to be a Wsnap' course. However, those
who have been fortunate enough to be enrolled, have found it a
course of hard work, intezmingled with fun and 'make-up' CNow we
know where the negroes and nbearded beautiesn originated.l
The first real attempt at staging was made when the members
of the class built the out-door scenery for the Glee Club Concert,
Under the direction of the instructor, Miss Reister, and the ex-
perienced help of Mrs. Paul McCormick, an out-door scene was paint
ed for the stage in the auditorium of the new high school building
Tho it was a difficult task, the members of the class felt well
repaid for their efforts, they at least saw some definite results
and something of hich they might be proud.
For the second six-weeks work, the class took up the Wmake-
up' a d staging of the one-act plays. These were to have been'
presented previous to the Senior Class play, however, since our
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STATE HIGH s s X ' CONVENTION
The State College of Washington holds a convention on its
campus every year for High School Students. It is an advertising
feature for the College as well as an educational undertaking.
This year, as the first delegates, Peshastin Higi School was re-
presented there by Robert Springer, Henry Kuch, Bruce Towne.
The boys were accompanied by Superintendent and Mrs. Faulkner
of,Peshastin. Mr. Faulkner is a pioneer educator in the Northwest,
though he was born in Indiana. Mr. Faulkner attended the Conven-
tion of the ,North-Western Superintendents which was being held
at the same time.
The conference of the high school students is handled by the
Associated Students of W.S.C. The date of the convention for the
present year was April 22-23, 1952. The program consisted of
three addresses given by three leading educatorsg Dr. E. O. Hol-
land, Dr. W. H. Burton, and Professor C. A. Issacs.
The schools and colleges of W. S. C. had open-house for all
the delegates and anyone else interested. Each department of the
College had exhibits, experiments, and displays of all kinds, in
order to demonstrate their work to the visitors. Those who visit
the cmnpus during this convention have free room and board. One
lives and eats with the students and in this way one yets a real
,impression of college life. A group of ten people could not be
more sociable and courteous than tle twenty-five hundred boys
were who live on the College Campus.
After returing, t1:e,Peshastin High delegates gave reports on
the convention and the various sections which they attended. The
delegates saw a good many splendid exhibits and interesting acti-
vities. They feel that their time and money was well worth while
and tho the school was represented for the first time this year,
it is their sincere hope that in future years this school shall
again be privileged to send students to this convention.
By Bruce Towne
May 22, 1932 Bacalaureate Service Auditorium
May 24-25, 1932 Examinations
May 26, 1952 Senior Sneak
May 26, 1952 Graduating Exercises
May 27, 1932 All High School Picnic
May 27, 1932 3:50 P. M. Report Cards
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