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Page 15 text:
"Showboat,' on its second voyage of its short career, docked successfully at the
W.T.H.S. pier, Ianuary 14 and 15, Aided by two valuable Co-Captains, Beverly Coopes and
Robert Brown, the "Showboat" presented a smash show after landing in a dense fog, tif you
The captains, along with a cast of 80 juniors, presented their acts consisting of the
minstrel circle, can-can, melodramas, vocalists, and countless others making a success.
The citizens of Waterford, loving entertainment as much as ever, turned out in full force,
filling the auditorium both nights. The total attendance for both nights was close to 800 peo
ple. Proceeds of both performances hit S250.12. Miss Patty Looman, director, led the
"Showboat" cast for the second consecutive year.
First Row, Left to Right: Marlene Mattison, Ioan Kray, Della Radenbaugh, Dorothy
Austin, Patricia Wood, Harriet Smith, Mary Lou Martin, Carol Hartley.
Second Row: Patricia Lawson, john Novess, Iean Allen, Patty Bump, Wayne Johnson,
Arlo Flesher, Dick Guerin, Leo Larkin, Charles Kinkle, Beverly Coopes, Bob Brown.
Third Row: Norine Goll, Nancy Cooper, Ioyce Mayo, Patricia Coss, Betty Warner,
Sue Moore, Barbara Whitehorn, Barbara Turnbull, Maurice Rimyan, Dick Hague, Oscar
Wibley, Bud Millmine, Jacqueline McCormick, and Peggy Keasey.
Page 14 text:
Probably the number one club of W.T.H.S. is the "Footlight Revelers." This organiza-
tion totals a membership of 60 with Miss Patty Looman at the reins as supervisor. Com-
monly called the Dramatics Club, this club presented two three-act plays during the year.
Betty Knapp's "Inner Willy' was the lead off with Bob Brown and Bob Webb sharing the
lead roles. The performance increased the treasury by 5187.12 after filling the auditorium
on November 14 and 15. A serious dramatic performance was the second production given
March 25 and 26. 'Last Stop' was the highlight of the year, and proved to be a smash suc-
cess. Fortunately Miss Looman, director, coach and what have you, was around.
During the first part of the year the club met on Tuesday nights from 7:00 to 8:15 P.M.,
and then after the change of shifts they met Tuesday afternoons from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M.
First Row: Charlotte Taylor, Kathleen Shields, Ronald Grover, Sally Eaton, treasurer,
Robert Webb, vice-president, Beverly Coopes, president, lack White, secretary, Patty Bump,
and Billie Davis.
Second Row: Beverly Morey, Audrey Reynolds, Ioan Paine, Janie Mixter, Pat Craig,
Pat Maxwell, Marcielle Shell, Ioan Falkner, Betty Vaughn, Phyllis Berry, Sue Brace, Aletha
Reed, Barbara Lesar, and Diana Mariott.
Third Row: Miss Looman, Ianice Root, Barbara Bouck, lean Allen, Nancy Crothers,
Pat Ryan, Leora Baker, Marlene Mattison, Dorothy Austin, Ioan Kray, Barbara Zoch, Barbara
Swaney, Phyllis Anthony, Velma Winslow, lean Allen, Tillie Nielson, Margaret Schenk.
Fourth Row: Joyce Mayo, Barbara Blue, Bill Smithson, Ron Kevern, Darryl Bruestle,
Don Kevern, Maurice Runyan, Tom Eddy, Leo Larkin, Robert Brown, John Novess, Roy Lin-
dahl, Edward Konzer, Ioan Whita.ker, Audrey Stenger, Roberta Shaver, Diana Taig, and
Page 16 text:
Splashing happily in the clear blue water, the swimmers of Waterford Township High
School learn the "do's and don't's" of that great sport. Cooperation and friendly companion
ship helped to make this course an enjoyable one and well worth taking.
Seen above, in the first production of the year, 'Inner Wi1ly," are from left to right,
Bev Coopes as Aunt Louise, Bob Brown as the 'Inner Willy," Bob Webb as Willy and Joyce
Mayo as Aunt Hester.
'Inner Willy' was a hilarious comedy in which Wil1y's aunts tried to keep him under
their feathers. Willy's conscience, Inner Willy, protested. In the end Willy wins out.
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