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Page 33 text:
"just think, all that money!"
L. Naylor J. Duffield
"This Court finds you guilty" V
Foreground: V, Stalis-Spirit of Harry Crash. Barkground: C. Bahr, D. Newnham,
R. White--judges. "
On the 6th and 7th of December, "judge Me Not," a three act tragi-
comedy, written by R. J. Lynough, was presented by the senior class, bringing
to a close five tedious weeks of high-strung nerves and lack of sleep.
This was a moral-seeking play that proved the noteworthy quote from
Lowell, "At the devil's booth are all things sold."
The play, in the minds and hearts of all those connected with it, will
forever be a light in shadows of our past.
or Seniors-always a wonderful experience
SENIOR PLAY CAST
Harry C rash .....,..........
Spirit of Harry ........ Vincent Stalis
I red Carter ........,.......
.. Roberta Spillane
Brenda H ilts ............ Donna Zeigler
judge No. 2 ........,. Dennis Newnham
Judge No. 1 .......
udge N o. 3 ,........... ......
obn Forte ,........
Mrs. john Forte ........ Laurel Kinkade
Bill Brady ...........,........ Bruce Silvers
Mrs. Bill Brady ............ Peggy Yerg
Bob Kelly .................... Donald Lewis
Connie Baldwin ............ Sandra Dean
Bruce Silvers, Sharon Fullerton
APQRTMENT SCENE-Seated: R. Spillane, W. Cook. Standing: J. Duffield, S. Dean, D
Lewis, B. Silvers, P. Yerg, M. Flood, L. Kincade, M. Murtaugh.
Page 32 text:
"You've just got to tak:
Brigigidine to the dance"
Peggy Yerg, Frank Dough
ty, Sandra Dean, Danie.
Bahr, Donald MoEat, Dian:
Lampila, Roland White. Ret
clining: Bruce Silvers.
"The play's the thing" whether by Iunior:
Looking back to the 12th and 13th of April in our Junior year,
fond memories of the play, "Brigidine," directed by our dramatics
coach Mr. R. Lynough, are retained by all.
This musical comedy, a story about a thrilling, but sometimes
trying weekend at a small college, brings out the loves, trials, and
triumphs of four young people.
As the years go by, many of the details will recede into the
shadows, but we can never forget the wonderful play and its success.
JUNIOR PLAY CAST
lark Hale ........................ Bruce Silvers
Brigidine ...,....... ..... E ve Crittenden
Ed Koster .,.................. Maylon Flood
Marge Koster .......... Carol Fitzpatrick
Mary Ann Dandrea, Doris Pepper, Connie
Nelson, Kathleen Comfort, Joy Utter, Jackie
Hamlin, Sandra Dean, Jackie Traum, Su-Lin
Mosier, Genevieve Oczko, Peggy Yerg, Maur-
Larry McClosky, Roland White, Daniel Bahr,
Donald Lewis, Jack Wheeler, Antony Dan-
drea, Robert L'Amoreaux, Michael Murtaugh,
Frank Aiello, Marshall Leljedal, Donald
Moffat, Frank Doughty,
Patricia Farrell, Diane Lampila, Carole Vunk.
Trumpets: lst Dick Peterson, 2nd Dick Wright,
3rd Ron Bartlett.
Saxophones: lst Gary Brookman, 2nd Bob
Gage, 3rd Jeff Miller. E,
Cello: Lucinda Finlay. 'rf A
Baritone: Mark Wilson.
Bass: Carolyn Conte.
Piano: William Cook.
Judy Scatiidi, Laurel Kinkade
The cast party was great fun!
Mr. and Mrs. Lynough
"Just let me call Daddy and
tell him we're married"
Maylon Flood and Carole Fitz-
Page 34 text:
Southside's dramatic club, Footlighters, has successfully
filled the school's demand for dramatic training since its
formation in 1951. Under the guidance of Mr. Robert
Lynough, the organization has undertaken several activities.
This popular club selects its members through com-
petitive auditions. In addition, an art advisor and two techni-
cal advisors are admitted besides two honorary members
which are chosen for their performance in the Senior play.
This year Michael Murtaugh and James Duffield were chosen
for their outstanding performance in "judge Me Not."
FOOTLIGHTERS CLUB - For
ground: L. Finlay, secretaryp B. Si
vers, president. First Row: M. Lucke
F. Italiano, S. Pittman. Second Ro
E. Kasouf, vice presidentg M. Wilso
treasurerf R. Cook, bistorianf M
Lynough, P. Sly, S. Saffer. Third Ro
S. Doty, J. Utter, B. Spicer, A. Golo
C, Coleman, R. Spillane, E. Elsto
J. Orsillo. Fourth Row: W. Coo
L. Naylor, C. Olson, M. Murtaug
J. Duffield, D. Newnham, D. Rei
son, V. Stlalis.
Southside's stage crew does th1
important behind-the-scenes worl
necessary for our assemblie
school plays, and other program
Meanwhile, their work provide
valuable technical experience.
STAGE CREXV-Seated: A. Olszowy
B. Schoonover. Standing: R. Mae
Dowell, C. Hoffman, D. Reibson,
The Footlighters Club shows one phase of drama
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