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

 - Class of 1934

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ge Mfg -T-Div. -T124 U '-F ns f V- 'a1r1lWatMfw1f ' , , 'df f V .s i - Y M f THE HLUNTED HOUSE The Senior'Class presented "The Haunted Heuse", a good lrzerican comedy, by Owen Davis, tho. evening of December the Cifjltho 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 -------- -----------Frank Neher --------------Harold 'Terner --------Dorothy Sauer ---------Babe Bersinfj ---------Leroy Pratt 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 Everett 'ffagoner Electricians ------------- ----- ---- L Ir , Mc COITllCk Jerry Van Kirk Elwood Cox Publicity Manager- ------- - ------- Virginia Paul Ticket Sales--- Pronpterf- ----- pq-- ------------- -no---yo-aa. 997, -- ---- Llta Nicheson Elwood Cox -Ruth Co ppoek



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