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THE H OA
THE CLASS OF 1936 A PAEAN
T was evrdent even back so far as September 1932 when the class of 1936 entered
hrgh school that thrs was no ordrnary cla s There was about the class an arr of
drrvrng energy of swrft assurance and of keen rntellrgence that has grown and
developed durrng, rts four years of hrgh school brrngrng rnto full frurtron the promrse
that was sounded when the class started breakrng and settrng records back rn 1932
The class has been no skyrocket qurck to flare and qurck to burn rtself out but has
glowed wrth a steady and rncreasrng brrllrance throughout rts four years of achrevement
Perhaps the thrng for whrch the cla s of 36 wrll be most long remembered rs
Its abundance of dramatrc talent and rts hrgh dramatrc standards Through the success
ful dramatrc work of members of thrs class rt was proved for the frrst trme rn the
schools hrstory that ser rous dramatrc productrons are possrble rn a hrgh school of thrs
srze It rs srgnrfrcant that members of the class of 36 have held leadrng roles rn every
all school and Thespran play that has been produced rn the past four years
Offrcers for the Freshman year of the class were as follows Presrdent Margaret
Currrer vrce presrdent Bcb Dayrs secretary Brll Sehnerder and treasurer Laura
Clatterbaugh Durrng thrs year Gray Carpenter played the lead role of Tom Prror
rn the Thespran Play Outward Bound and Marrbelle Redfreld placed frrst rn the
humorous drvrsron of the home declamatory contest These two were admrtted to the
Thespran Players dramatrc organrzatron The class presented an unusual chapel pro
gram rn rts Freshman year whrch rncluded a skrllful enactment of the courtroom scene
from The Merchant of Venrce
In the Sophomore year Margaret Currrer made unforgettable her portrayal of
Jo rn Lrttle Women and she and Jams Adams were taken rnto Thesprans Marrbelle
Redfreld wrth her humorous readrng Ladres Frrst went to the State Declamatory
contest at Eldora an achrevement never paralleled by any Sophomore rn the schools
dramatrc hrstory Durrng thrs year John Madderc and Gray Carpenter won fame rn
golf and also wrth Bob Davrs proved valuable rn football Sam Brown won musrc
honors wrth hrs trombone and Mary Leacox scored great success rn the soprano solo
drvrsron of the musrc contests Offreers for thrs year were the followrng presrdent Brll
1935 the Junror year of thrs class wrll long be remembered as the year rn whrch
the Thespran Players produced Henrrcl Ibsens A Dells House wrth two members of
th class of 1936 Kathryn Stewart and Gray Carpenter playrng wrth the skrll of pro
fessronals the leadrng., roles of Nora and Torvald Helmer The Junror class play
Mrgnonette was beautrfully enacted and produced wrth Marrbelle Redfreld rn the
trtle role and Bob Davrs playrng oprosrte her Sam Brown went to the state musrc
contest rn barrtone solo and Mary Leacox rn soprano Betty Jean Martrn endeared
herself to everyone rn the leadrng role of the Grrl Reserve play Peg O My Heart
The clrmax of the year was of course the JunrorSen1or banquet the frrst one ever
to be followed by 'r dance The theme of the banquet was Crystals the decoratrons
being carrred out rn a strrkrngs modsrnrstrc desrgn Offrcers for that year were the
followrng., presrdent Bob Davrs vrce presrdent B1llSchnerder secretary Mary Beth
Gee and treasurer John Maddex
John Maddex Janrs Adams Laura Clatterbaugh and Paul VVegmuel1er led the
class through rts frnal year rn hrgh school performrng therr dutres as presrdent vrce
presrdent secretary and treasurer respectrvely wrth the utmost effrcrency Gray Car
penter Marrbelle Redfreld Margaret Currrer and Margaret Feurt gave brlllrant perform
ances rn the major roles of the Thespran play Berkeley Square Sam Brown and Mary
Beth Gee play ed to perfectron the roles of Abraham Lrncoln and Anne Rutledge rn the
Grrl Reserve play The Soul of Anne Rutledge
John Maddex captarn of the football team Coy Heard eaptarn of the basketball
team and Bob Davrs wrnner of the Evenrng Sentrnel Sportsmanshrp plaque all not only
excelled rn athletrcs brrngrng, honor and esteem to the school but drd much to encourage
cooperatron and sportmanshrp among the students
Plays contests rnrtratrons partres games and frnally Baccalaureate senror
play and Graduatron thus endeth one brref but glowrng chapter rn the llves of the
105 students who comprrse one of the grandest classes ex cr graduated from Shenandoah
Hrgh School the Class of 1936
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