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Page 124 text:
Natare Sculls in Colorful Fantasy
Natare members work enthuiasticolly to prepare the decorations that
will set the scene for "Fantasy in Color."
Clyde Peschl, Rita Bleiweiss, Beverly Hart, and Frito Rivera form a
fascinating hallucination in "Colored by LSD."
"To swim," the Latin meaning of Natare, characterized
the activity of the swim club. The girls spent countless
hours originating and synchronizing their swimming skits.
Besides this they worked to organize their annual show
and to prepare their costumes which were all made by
the Natare-ites themselves. The show, under the direction
of Mrs. LaVerne Dougherty, had several new twists this
year. For one, there was the addition of two mer-men,
Frito Rivera and Clyde Peschl, to the otherwise all-girl
show. Secondly, the theme, "Fantasy in Color," furnished
greater opportunties for color and lighting of which the
club took full advantage, Kaleidoscopic brilliance was
displayed in such numbers as "Red Devils," "Emeralds,"
and "Colored by L.S.D." The Milwaukee Journal boosted
publicity for the show by featuring a full color picture of
the Natare club in costume.
Natare conducted its tryouts in fall after several clinics
to teach prospective mermaids the fundamentals of pre-
cision swimming. Mrs. Dougherty and the club officers,
President Peggy Muelver, Vice-president Cathy Shevey,
and Secretary Kathy Flesch, judged the swimmers and
chose the new members.
Mrs. Dougherty, faculty advisor, works on planning swimming forma-
tions and lighting arrangements for "Fantasy in Color."
Page 126 text:
TOP: A. Daines, B. Niemczynski, P. Mraz, L. Luebke, P. Potrykus, K. Stempski, M. Hughes, N, Steinke, S. Gukich, P. Zack, S. Meyer, J.
Mayersak, C. Malmarowski, D. Buchman, L. Harell, S. Cianciolo, B. White, J. Morgenroth, B. Callery. BOTTOM1 K. Russell, S. Sedmak,
Szyszko, L. Nowaczyk, J. Duszynski, C. Krukar, B. Poe, L. Snartemo. D. Drobac, K. Mijokovic.
ROW 2: D. Moldenhauer, N. Schlaack, P. Scheller, K. Obremski, B.
Crchesis lllustrates Literature
This ear Orchesis danced throu h the wide world of "Through the looking Glass" Vice-President, NGHCY Steinke is G
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perfect reflection of the movements of Secretary Stevie Gukrch.
literature. The show, under the direction of Mrs. Angeline
Newman, was rightly called "Literary World." ln it Or-
chesis members interpreted various book, poem, and maga-
zine titles. "Good Housekeeping" set the scene for the
evening, while lively numbers such as "Blackboard Jungle"
and "The Invaders" sparked the audience with enthusiasm.
"Scarecrows" featured the Club's President Marjorie
Hughes, Vice-president Nancy Steinke, and Secretary
Stephanie Gukich. Gymnast James Kachelmeyer demon-
strated his versatility in "Tumble Weed" while Frito Rivera
sculpted a living statue of Marjorie Hughes in "With These
Hands I Create." The closing number, "One Little Candle,"
sung by all the girls in the Orchesis Club, topped the well
ln spring Orchesis held a clinic for all girls interested
in trying out for the club. These girls were taught the
correct posture, grace, and the movements basic to modern
dance. After the fundamentals, they were given a word
to interpret in a short dance routine. Mrs. Newman and
Senior offices, acting as judges, chose the new members.
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