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THE HLUNTED HOUSE
The Senior'Class presented "The Haunted Heuse", a good
lrzerican comedy, by Owen Davis, tho. evening of December the
The play was based on the happenings during one night. in E1
country hone where a neatly married couple had just arrived.
The plot of the play ues centered around a ne::ly rinrriod
couple, no had come to spend their honeymoon at the surmer heme
of the bride's father, much against his will as he insisted -
the house was haunted. Seen after the arrival queer sounds were
heard and to crown this, when the bride loft the room she red
turned to find another woman conversing intin:-tely with her -
husband. ' '
x In the course of events Isabel, the girl, was supposedly
murdered. Circumstantinl evidence was found against every por-
son who had entered the house. But the blood of the victim:
really came from the 1:1il1et1e.u's favorite cow.
The haunted house was not really haunted but had been undo
seen so by Duncan, the authergwhen writing his stories. A
It all had e happy ending, and was enjoyed by everyone,
thanks to the good acting of the players.
Morgan, the Tramp ------------------- H11 go Werner
, Enily, the Bride -------------------- Jessie Foster
Iack, the Groon--- ------------------ Charles Baker
Thomas, tho Cheu.i'feur ----
Duncan, the Auther----
Helen, D the Wife
Isabel, the Girl ------ -----
Ezra, the constable --------
Ed, the Milknan ----------------- ----Tutor Hopkins
Grogan, the Detective --------------- Jack Burris
Evans, the Father -------- - ---- - ----- I ,iilton Ncher
A great deal of the success of the play was duo to the
excellent :fork and ce-operation of the following:
Director ------------------ --- ---Miss Fatt
Stage Managers ------------ I ----John Hauff
Electricians ------------- ----- ---- L Ir , Mc COITllCk
Jerry Van Kirk
Publicity Manager- ------- - ------- Virginia Paul
-- ---- Llta Nicheson
-Ruth Co ppoek
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very true it was 'for during the whole planning and practicing
of the Ironoh program, the students found it necessary to een-
sider the effect of the prog-an on the final day.
To many in the audience it use o great puzzle for no nord
was uttered in any language other than French. Perhaps te .a
critic the pronunciation would have been ,decidedly queer but te
the unsuspecting assembly it was merely musing.
The entertainment consisted of three short plays. The ,
first presented a French family at dinner and the troubles whieh
ensued. The second shorted the interior of u but shop where a
ohio young lady nas purchasing a hat. The third play drmatinedo
the argments and qusrrols of a French 124-Lilly' together in the
evening and of their planning of a picnic.
As s grand finale, the entire French class sang llereb
o:l1laiso", the national anthem ot Franco.
Certainly the audience understood little of :hot :ont on
but they nevertheless appreciated the accomplishment and hoped
for more sane dw.
' ' The.IZodcat Hoon
'1'he'moon in frozen Beauty hung
Above tho mountain borog
And 1iat'ning to the 1-elves' fierce tongue
A.n0ose stood in its Qlare.
As closer to toe stznuneh old bull
The blood-nod uolvfs lopt on,
The noon, hor purest lirht in full
Threw on a trembling ffun.
Then closed the pack 'Trond bull and f'un
Each snapping without hood
Of life or filb, the noon new gone
Not witncssiig this deed.
But when the noon in glory shone
Above the bloody plain
When she looked downg the faun alone
Stood there mnong the slain.
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In order to supply the student body with the necessary
funds to reduce the price of the student body ticket, a car-
nival wes held in the Grade School Gym on October 6.
While whistles blew and everyone shouted and yelled, the
crowd hilariously milled around in the gym. The flushed cheeks
and sparkling eyes of the boys and girls only grow brighter as
the evening were en. The much-decorated turkey strutted proudly
in his cage for he was partly responsible for ell of those people
Many tickets had been sold and some one ef these great numbers
would own him. He wondered who.
Around the roulette wheel was gathered a speculating crowd
anxiously wondering what their luck would bringg shooting darts
proved to be an exciting diversiong even grown-ups were beauti-
fied in the cleverly decorated beauty parlerg lovely futures
were laid out for those who had their fortunes toldg at the pest-
office a bountiful mail supply was being handed eutg indoor
fishing was enjoyed with Q big catch every ttneg shivering
children entered the Chsmber of Herrersg delicious buns and cider
served as refreshments for the hungry onesg those who hed a
sweet-tooth soon found their Way to the candy beothg from the
confetti stand issued oeduleekiug cars, shrill whistles, bull-
eons end snake-like sorpentinesg dressed in comical clothes,
borkers advertised the nvnireue booths.
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