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Foreiiiost azziong the scaeol extracurricular activities is the wendelatte. lt
the connecting link with the public and has attracted taver-
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is, one might say,
able conirnent in the newspaper world. This year our school publication re-
ceived a rating ot iirst place in the National Scholastic Press Association and a
rating oi second place in the Coluznoia Scholastic Press Association, New Ycrk.
Both institutions have rigid requirements. The Wendelette is also a member of
the Quill and Scroll society and the Catholic Scholastic Press Association.
Those whose names appeared in the Wendelette masthead tor l934-l935
are the following: Richard Woessner, editor-in-chiety Paul Steyer and Margaret
Enright, assistant editors: loseph Madden, Eleanor Sherman, Adele Bigila, Law-
rence Daugherty, and Marguerite Falewage literary editors.
Frances Skonecki, grade news editor, Florine Cook, business rnanagerg Ells-
worth Nibeck, Robert Huth, Rose Kinney, Loretta Brickner, Iarnes Rossie, Robert
Westhoven, Madonna Howard, Robert Welly, Grace Weimerskirch, Richard
Emerine, Carolyn Wonderly, Karl Vilbrandt, assistants in the advertising de-
partment. Ieanette Huth, Ioseph Gabriel, Beatrice Thom, Iohn Martin, Lawrence
Krcmer, Paul Downes, Leonard Lehman, circulating department.
Iohn Barrett, sports editor: Margaret links and Virginia Klinepeter, alumni
editors, Ieanne Ann Woessner, mission and exchange editor.
Seated-Ellsworth lNl.l1ecl:, Rcso Kidney, Frances Skcriecki, Richard 'No-essiiv'-Z, Paul S'ayf-r,
Margaret Fnriglit, Marcarct links. loseph Madden.
Second Rcw-Flcrrite Cook, lawrence Daugherty. Rolzert Hutiz, 'ch-i Farr-fit.
Third RowfCaroly:i Wonderly, Beatrice Thom, Patil Downes, leaizette l-lutlr, Dtprotfty Eurirlht,
Lcoztard Lehman, Loretta Brictcizer, Robert Vtfelly, Richard Emerine.
Fourth Row-Madcrizia Howard, le-anne Ami Woessner, larnes Rcssie, Karl Vilirrazidt, Aifriw
Riqila, fchri Martin, Grace Weimerslfirch, Robert Westhoven, Lawrence Efrwnicz, l'uta:gu9:'ite Falei.-fafge.
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CLASS PLAY, "SHIRT SLEEVES"
"Shirt Sleeves," the senior class play is a domestic corrgedy in which is
concealed an abundance of thought. The story is cleverly written and the in-
terest of the audience is held from the beginning io zhe egid.
The first act takes place in the Rand home where Mr. Rand, played by
Lawrence Daugherty, is a little uneasy about his business. Mrs. Rand, taken by
Eleanor Sherman, a society-minded woman who is dezermined to keep uo w th
the Iones' can not see her husbands need for economy. Diane, played by
Frances Skonecki, the pert young daughter has her heart set on Cumberland
college, the most exclusive school in the east. Theodore and Esther hand, the
twins played by lohn Barrett and Margaret links, furnish most of the comedy.
Kitty, the maid, impersonated by Lucille Miller, keeps a constant sntile cn
the face of the audience. Norman Aldrige, George Faliwage, his a hard time
trying to see why Diane has to go to Cumberland. lrlfidqe Waring, taken cy
Florine Cock and Clarissa Scott, Rose Kinney, two friends of Diane are also
going away to school.
Complications arise in the second act. Mr. Hand loses all his miney,
therefore the two baggagemen, Delmar Vanderhoff and Andrew Schnitfler ae
sent away because it is suddenly announced Diane is not going to schcol. Din-
ald, the wild son, played by Richard Woessner, tells the family he is going to
and does marry Margie Scanlon, the daughter of a law-breaking father. Mar-
garet Enright took the part of Margie. Mr. Crandall, Paul Steyer, holds a rnori-
gage on the Rand home. To avert losing everything, Mr. Hand holds an aucticn,
conducted by loseph Madden. Kiity's boy friend, Elmer, Edward Cehring, buys
most of the Rand furniture. Delta and Omega, played by Arlene Eoff and Mary
Ann Beck, come out of curiosity but are uslicred cut by Theodore.
Margie sees to it that Mr. Pond reclxces Crandall in the Comrnissicn held
by the latter. Of course, Iulia accepts Margie as her daughter-in-law and Diare
finds her happiness in a sinall college nearer home where she can be with
Se-atedfLawre:ice Daugherty, Eleanor Sherriiai., George Falewage Frances Skoiteckl,
Ifzln. Barrett, Margaret links, Richard Woessner, Margaret Enright.
S6-cord Rowe -Edward Getting, Lucile Mille' Pau. Strayer, Fuse Kinney, Arlene Hoff,
Flirt: e Cook Mary Arun Erick, lcseph lvfadtzeii, Defnia: Vaniierhzff, Aiidrevv Scfizzxttl-ar.
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