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Page 124 text:
Natare Floats Through Dreamland
The trio of Jane Schmuhl, Patricia Hertel, and Jean Schmuhl display
grace and harmony as they present "Tropical Mirage."
lt's dark with eerie music when Rosecinn Wesolowski and Nancy
Wichgers perform as the "Creatures from the Black Lagoon,"
With a splash and gurgle, the "mermaids" of Natare
again playfully slapped the water with their "fins" to
present their annual show. This year's cascade, guided by
Mrs. Dougherty, was entitled "Dreamland" Natare was
further headed by the club officers: president Merrie
Engbring, vice-president lone Lucht, and secretary Nancy
Wichgers. Jill Geisler produced and Ric Gruszynski exe-
cuted this year's narration.
The aqua show's theme offered multifold opportunities
for the Natare member to use her imagination and show
her skills in the water. The show's opening number was
gaily performed to carousel music as the "mermaicls" por-
trayed merry-go-round horses. Original swim numbers
such as "The Pink Panthers," "Jack and Jill," and "Toy
Soldiers" were accented by the colorful costumes worn by
the girls. Brightly decorated butterflies dangled from the
ceiling to suggest the airiness of the theme, a giant story-
book was built at one end of the pool to bring out the
fantasy for "Dreamland," colored lights added still more
to this affect. The closing number took a more dramatic
turn when the girls posed as Grecian statues and ended
the show as they started it - with a splash!
Vice-President lone Lucht, President Merrie Engbring, and Secretary-
Treasurer Nancy Wichgers spook up a "Nightmare,"
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TOP: L. Zabkcwicz, M. Zielinski, C. Witkowski, D. Eufinger, D. Schopp.
B. Jacklin, B. Szyszko, L. Daroszewski, D. Schulz, B. Hinz, J. Duszynski
M. Rewolinski, G. Czaplewski. ROW 2: P. Lemanski, E. Dirwelis, S
Manlcowslci, S, Hagner, C. Krulcar, K. Knueppel, J. Radtke, L. Luebke
L. Nowaczyk, J. Rucinski, P. Klatt, A. Selin, B. Mecha. BOTTOM: K.
Kesich, L. Edwardsen, A. Daines, S. Meyer, K. Mijokovic, S. Krawczylc
J. Kowalewski, C. Malalc, M. Jakubiak.
Life ls Interpreted by Orchesis
The figure in black moved gracefully as if she might
be dancing on air to the tranquil sounds of music. Then
the mood abruptly changed, the tempo hardened, and
the moves stressed . . . and Orchesis again presented its
dance interpretations in this year's show entitled "Life
is .... " To present it, much time and diligence were
given by all of the members. The club officers, presi-
dent Linda Nowaczyk, vice-president Linda Luebke, and
Sue Meyer, secretary-treasurer, worked hand in hand with
their advisor, Mrs. Newman. Jill Geisler, too, gave of her
time and was the narrator of this year's show.
The presentation showed all aspects of life with origi-
nality: from the beginnings of man in the "Birth of the
Beat" and the "The Creation," to the moclern day "Protest
vs. Pattern," to the gay, light-hearted fairy tales of "Fan-
tasy," The brightly costumed club officers of Orchesis
took time, however, for "Clowning Around" to swish away
New lighting effects were achieved by the stage crew.
Flickering light was psychodelic in the interpretation of
"Light . . . Sound . . . Dimension." Flourescent costumes
and props were used in the dance numbers. Thus ended
this year's show as the figure in black glided away ,...
Beeping their horns, Orchesis officers Linda Nowoczyk, Sue Meyer, and
Linda Luebke take a moment for "Clowning Around."
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To the music of "The Lonely Bull", Nalare members Jane and Jean
Schmuhl portray the grace and elegance befifling The marador.
TOP: K. Slempski, A. Marek, D. Schopp, D. Tomasino, C. Woodward,
G. Indo, P. Wisniewski, F. Welk, J. Weiss, J. Schmuhl, l.. Biedrzyki.
ROW 2: R. Weslowski, P. Moran, T. Wasielewski, I. Rukis, W. Coleman,
R. Simic, C. Kachelmeier, W. Cooper, K, Kealon, S. Broom, J. Schmuhl.
President Merrie Engbring gleefully porlrays rhe "Awakening" of a
shimmering pearl from a shell in Nafare's "Dreamland,"
BOTTOM: R. Muelver, S. Biwer, D, Sobieszczyk, J. Woidcn, G, Mar-
cinicrk, N. Wichgers, M. Engbring, I. Luchl, B. Havey, C. Tucholka, P.
Herfel, D. Christiansen.
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