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

 - Class of 1935

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.I5l3l45ln. SENIOR'S PRESENTATION GF THE WILLOW TREE Work! Work! Work! and yet wasn't it worth it? Yes! If only the members of the Senior Class and other members of the cast could have heard the many comments of approval given them by spectators who remarked on their outstanding acting ability, their excellent scen ery and lighting system--they would feel well repaid . This, because it was the first play of its type to be given here, was a large attraction because of its being something Nnenn and interesting to all. To Carol Borg was given a character part--that of the Image who, when e mirror was placed in her bosom, a branch from a Willow Tree taken from her hand, and when the one responsible for the above cct wishes for life to be given the Dnage, she may be embodied with natural traits, minus human faults. Ray Sohillereff, as Edward Hamilton, gave life to the Bnege, whom he loved, and, after a brief glimpse of heaven with her, he helped her return to her Willow Tree. Then when war broke out in England he was forced to choose between his country and his Dnege. The return to Willow Tree was made possible by re- moving the mirror from the bosom of thr Image and by placing e branch from the Willow Tree in her hand. The setting was in picturesque Japan and was made very realistic by the stage managers, Glenn Logue, Mil ton Kirby, Jerry Van Kirk and also by Mr. McConnack Tho assisted Jerry Van Kirk and Charles West in the lighting which increased the mysterious beauty and ro- mance of old Japan. This Oriental effect was carried out in the make-up which showed that even the most A- merican students can be made to resemble Japanese when ever e committee like Mrs. Weyermann, Quincy Carrol and Meriel Lilienthel are concerned. Helen Nickeson es Mary Temple, an English girl who was formerly Hnmilton's sweetheart, was perfect. Bob Platz and Fred Burnett as Japanese servants to Hamilton were quite mysterious and very much like Jap- anese. ,Ed Borg, Milton Neher, Charles Foster, Zelma Bitter man, Walter Hopkins, and Johnnie Hauff took the roles of sellers, street singer, Japanese sculptor and his son, respectively. ' PRES Fi fty - two

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UPIRITTA The plot of the Uperetta success, NAnd It Rainedm was clever and scintillating, and lent itself well to the work of the combined glee clubs. hr. end Yrs. 'ise, who owned the nWisc Hotel', were a very interesting couple, first because as Tr. Wise would say, NShc suits me right down to the ground l'm willing to do all the work and she's willing to let me,W and second because Hrs. Wise was famous for her annihilation of correct pronuncation. Tadenoiselle Marie Carree, with Ze accent on ie Hrayu posed incognita as s French dancing teacherm but nas really a little Irish girl uno went to Erancc to learn to dance. Her versatile dancers helped to make the progran more lively, and her darling Hitze was a little dog, her most valued possession. A millionaire, Mr. Rich and his daughter Maibelle and reckless son, Curly, along with Steele Black, a farmer and his HGracie Allcnn type of daugher, Haizie, and college son, Dennis, added romance and vivacity to the play. Curly and Naizie mere a matched pair and won much comment on their Tango dancing when they repre- sented, a couple of proud Penguins. Maibelle and Dennis were just opposite to the reckless and careless Maizie and Curly and won each others love by their quiet attitudes and reasoning ability, as Dennis would sei, Ulf you do wrong things right and don't do right things Wrong, you'll be right right or wrong.H Their fathers, both widoters and as faizid'said, Hfere rebuilt bachelors that looked and ran like new' were boyhood friends. Both were reunf ited through the escapades of their children. Both, knew I'lle when she was just Hihry Cary.H The cast was as follows: Ir. 'ise, Edgar Arbo- gastg Mrs. Vise, Marie Towne, Mademoiselle Caray, Vaxine Franceg Lhzie Black, Dorothy Bersingg Dennis, Black, Ellsworth Darmeng Steele Black, Hilton Neherg Nbibclle Rich, Zelma Bittermang Curly Rich, Bill Dawsong John Rich, Frank Neher. Page fifty-one



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Front Row: fLeft to rightj Kathryn Newell, Arlene Zigler, Edna Hogberg, Meriel Lilienthal, Miss McC1ew, Carol Borg, Nita Kelley, Marie Towne. Second Row: fLeft to right.J Elaine Mengelos, Maysel McGregor, Verlea Smith, Kathleen Baker, Dorothy Bersing, Milton Neher. Third Row: tLeft to right.J Charles West, Warren Paul, Ed Borg, Ellsworth Vvarman, Charles Grey, Hugo Werner. Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor ,,..... Sports Editor .,,,,.,.... Art Editor .....ttt . Humor Editor ....,,,,,,,., - Jog Flirty Business Manager, ,.t,.,..,.,,...,..,.....,,...,,......,........,..., . ,.....,......,.. .,..,.. ....Carol Borg Charles Grey Borg Verlea Smith ,,..,..MaI'ie Towne Charles West Special Write-ups--Milton Neher, Maxine France, Margaret Arbogast, Phyllis Van Kirk, Meriel Lilienthal, Edna Hogberg, Jeannette Baker, Elaine Mengelos, Kathaleen Baker, Kathryn Newell, Doro- thy Bersing, Arlene Zigler, Hugo VVerner, Maysel McGregor. Exlimeograph Staff ...,,.,...,,.,,,,.,. Ed Borg, Ellsworth Warman, Warren Paul Typists .Y...,,,,.t.,...,....,, Y.,......,.,,,...,....,..,,........,,,,,....,,,,......,,, T yping Class AdViSeI' ,.......,.............,...........,,,........,...,......V.....,...,......,.............,.,,,,. Miss McClew In the capable hands of Carol Borg the Hi Log has experienced one of its most successful years. Its quality has been high and it has been enjoyed by all its readers. Next year the paper will be in charge of Charles Grey who will be undoubtedly fully as capable as Carol has been this year.

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