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Page 23 text:
Captain Keller and his son James have a fight over the changes Annie
has caused in their once peaceful household.
Production Crew: STANDING: R. Farkas, K. Herman, R. Lahm
SEATED: L. Brauer, L. Tremmel.
When Annie Sullivan discovers that Helen knows no table manners,
she begins a long struggle to teach her to eat with o spoon.
Rehearsals for Liz Tisdale lHelen Kellerl and Sue Larson la blind childl
called for physical strength as well as acting ability.
orphanage, Annie Sullivan receives presents
Before she leaves the
and good wishes from the little blind children.
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"Miracle Worker" Stirs Emotions
William Gibson's The Miracle Worker was the choice
of seniors for their traditional class play. The story is a
moving portrayal of a teacher's efforts to help a blind and
deaf girl realize the world around her. Linda Nadolny as
Annie Sullivan and Elizabeth Tisdale as Helen Keller took
the starring roles. The two evening performances on May
20 and 2l culminated three months of crammed rehearsal
schedules. The cast spent two months memorizing lines
and perfecting movements during after-school practice
sessions. At the beginning of May the pace became more
hectic when technical rehearsals began on stage. The pro-
duction staff performed behind the scenes hunting for
furniture, sewing costumes, and applying make-up for the
Members of the cast and crew attended a special
Drama class conducted by Mrs. Pauline Stanwitt, director
of the play. The class met daily to rehearse the play
and to learn enunciation, projection, blocking, and other
Cast: TOP: G. Potts, E. Beckmann. ROW 3: A. Tyshynsky, L. Nadolny,
G. Klatt, K. Zlotocha, S. Selin, B. Preuss. ROW 2: L. Zervic, R.
Doctor ,,,.,,,,, ......... E llsworth Beckman, Greg Potts
Kale Keller ,,,,,,, .,,.,...,,................... S hirley Musial
Captain Keller ......... ........ A l Tyshynsky
Helen ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,., ..,..... E lizabeth Tisdale
Belle ....... ..... B arbara Patelski
Martha ....... ........,. S ue Larson
Priggy ,,,,,, ....... L inda Pientka
Aunt Ev' ........ ...........,... G eraldine Klatt
James ......... ......... J ohn Ruder, Gary Rodd
Anqgnog ,.,.,,,,,,, ...,............... B ob Heileger
Annie Sullivan ,,,,,,,,,...,....,..,.,.......,................. Linda Nadolny
Blind children .... Mardy Dillon, Pam Gould, Barb Coughlin,
Donna Orlowski, Lynda Zervic, Kathy Zlotocha
Viney ,,,,, ........ ...... S l't irley Selln
Joseph ,.,,,,,, ,...... B ruce Preuss
Heileger, J. Ruder, M. Dillon, P. Gould, S. Rodd. BOTTOM: S. Larson,
B. Palelski, S. Musial, E. Tisdale, L. Pientka.
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.luniors Spend an Evening in Paris
"An Evening in Paris" was typified by a French cafe
motif which transformed the gym into a powder blue
evening of enchantment. A total transformation was ac-
complished by the Student Art League under the direction
of Mr. Peter Boyaiian. Initial plans were created by the
Prom Planning Committee and its advisors, Miss Renee
Gerdes and Mr. Kenneth Steffen. A sidewalk cafe and
delightful arrays of flowers effected the transformation.
An air of excitement prevailed in the gym until at last
King Frito Rivera and Queen Kathy Flesch were crowned.
Splashes of spring'y color swished and swayed as couples
enjoyed dancing to lovely music. An exciting motorcade
shifted the action to food and entertainment at the post
prom. In the wee hours of the morning, weary but dreamy-
eyed students caught a few hours of sleep before embark-
ing on early breakfasts and fun-filled picnics to round out
King Perfecto Rivera
Queen Katherine Flesch
First Prince Kenneth Penkalski Second Prince Jerry McBrair Third Prince Stun Zabkowicz
First Princess Sandra Peller Second Princess Linda Ragonese Third Princess Janice Morgenroth
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