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The presentation of the Bellamy Award was perhaps the most important event in Wausau High's history. The delegates from previous
award winning schools, national, state, and local dignitaries, the school board, and the oldest alumnus were present.
The honorable Melvin Laird from Wisconsin's 7th Congressional
District took time from his busy schedule to give congratula-
tions to the school and the people of Wausau.
Two Busy Weeks left
The delegates of previous Bellamy Award schools were cap-
tivated by the patriotic music of the combined choir and band.
The solemnity of the program left a lasting impression.
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A versatile brass section consisting of four trombones and four trumpets
added a professional touch to the Tophatters' show this year. This was the
twenty-fourth year of performances for the stage band. Since 1941 the
band has given excellent musical shows causing its reputation of fine
There were many who enjoyed the annual Junior
Girls' Holiday Dance held at the Wausau Club.
talent to spread throughout the entire Midwest.
Students Versed in the Arts Displays
"Teahouse of the August Moon" was the most suc-
cessful play ever put on by a senior class. Lotus Blos-
som and Sakini looked on as two villagers put on a judo
match for Colonel Purdy's entertainment. The villagers
provided an enthusiastic crowd. This play brought an
extra challenge to the students acting as the Japanese
people, for they were required to learn lines in Japan-
ese and to speak them fluently. With the help of two
women from Japan the students adapted quickly. The
play was well received.
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