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Page 193 text:
A CRUCIAL MOMENT at LaRue Towers is pK)r- trayed by cast members of the Dramatic Club play. KNEELING: Preston Boyd and Marg ie Millar. SEATED: Kathy Syrett, Marty Mosenfel- der, Shari Zeffi%n, and Cheryl Hinman. STANDING: Debbie Soodhalter, Paula Kahn. Karen Birkhan, Marg ' ie Ziffrin, and Don Beyer. AT THE HANGOUT behind the Shantyland Pool Hall and Lunchroom are Dramatic Club mem¬ bers, FRONT ROW: Marg ie Millar, Barb Gold¬ stein and Preston Boyd. SEATED at t le: Randy Witter. Marvin Stuart and Russel Scott. BACK ROW: Cheryl Hinman, Fred Burke, Ben Maley, Steve Austin, and Dennis Coplea. Dramatic Club 189
Page 192 text:
“Mrs. McThing” Brings Fantasy to Rocky The mystical and magical tale of a witch was the subject of the 1965 Dramatic Club play, “Mrs. McThing”, which began a year of many activities for the Rock Island High School Dramatic Club. The organization, unde r the sponsorship of Miss E. Dorothy Peterson, Rocky speech and drama instruc¬ tor, had a full slate of events of the school year. At the first meeting. Miss Peterson show¬ ed slides of her summer vacation in the south Seas. That was followed by a Hallow¬ een party during the goblin season in October, and a Christmas party in December before vacation. In the spring, the club members attended a local theater for the annual Theatre Party, and once again spon¬ sored a queen candidate for the Kiwanis Karnival. The Dramatic Club, which is 100 mem¬ bers strong, is open to all juniors and se¬ niors who are interested in speech and drama. It is not necessary however that the members be speech students. FROM HER SEAT IN the auditorium, Miss E. Dorothy Peterson g:ives instructions and stag e directions to the confused play cast. ALOFT, IN ONE OF THE unseen quarters of the world surer; Kathy Syrett, secretary; and Randy Witter, vice- of the theater are the Dramatic Club officers for 1965-66. president. They are Russell Scott, president; Cheryl Hinman, trea- 188 Dramatic Club
Page 194 text:
REPRESENTING THE HIGH SCHOOL in the District and Sectional Tournaments in Moline and Peoria, re¬ spectively, are: Joyce Sieg el, Craig: Shoemaker, Paula Kahn, Bill Bertleson, JoAnna VanDerKamp, Randy Witter, Laura VanDerKamp, and Russell Scott. Laura VanDerKamp proceeded on to State competition. Individual Speakers Place in All Events PROUDLY DISPLAYING THEIR trophy from the Mississippi Valley Speech Invitational are, FRONT ROW: Sharon Zeffren. SECOND ROW: Laura VanDerKamp, Marg e Millar, and Craig: Shoemaker. BACK ROW: Russell Scott, Randy Witter, and Larry Erickson. 190 Speech
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