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Seated: Gow, G. Nllllluliey, Ad
runs, lflwerly, flizise, Lemke. llcndrickson. Vldlrux. Xlvelsliinuer, Roberts, -lacl-ismi,
Baldwin, Bard, Mllrpliy, Recd.
Sianclinu: Marauder, Brvun. B.
Nelson, Oslweru, B. Weaver, Tnrnnuist. ll. Rhdigzlii. Rovers. He-rhold. Waller,
D. Anderson. lf. .Mule-rsuri, Sell, Lovesee, Wkltson, Roline, Renslow. Bibean. Qlesperson. Reynolds, Phillips,
L. Nlllllanev, B. Powell, Y, Nelson, llfrtcrson. Converse, llymanson, Nliss Zimmerman, Grosslein. Sumfvter
Once in a Blue Moon
The Music Department of the Anoka High School presented the Operetta,
"Once in a Blue Moon
" on Tuesday, February l7, l93l, under' the direction of
Miss Ruth Zimmerman.
Moon Lady ...,..
Mrs. Montgomery. . .
Sylvia Montgomery. .
Mr. Babbit Morton. .
Betty Morton ..,...
Mrs. Lila Lavender. .
Billy Maxwell ...,..
George Taylor ...,..
Sir Percival Chetwood
M. Rene LeMon ..,.
Hop Sing Hi .,..
Skylark Roams . . .
Spanish Dancer .....
, , .Miriam Hendrickson
. . . . . Betty Adams
. . .Hazen Wilcox
. . .Lora Lee Chase
. .Gerald Mullaney
. . .Judson Roberts
. . . . .Tobe Eberly
. . .Lawrence Lemke
. . .Evelyn Baldwin
. . . . . . .Robert Reed
, . .Fredrick Jackson
nt-by-the-Sea, Monterey, California.
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District Music Contest g
Anoka competed in the Fifth District Music Contest on May first, at the
Mechanic Arts High School in St. Paul. We were entered in thirteen divisions.
and after practising daily for some weeks, we felt sure of a creditable showing,
and we made itf Anoka's winnings were as follows:
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB--First Place
"Beauteous Morn" by German.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB-First Place
"Song of the Road" by Protheroe.
MIXED CHORUS-First Place
"OZ Gladsome Light!" by Sullivan,
JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-First Place
"Wings of the Morning" by Wiley.
JUNIOR BOYS' GLEE CLUB--Second Place
"Friendship" by Haesche.
JUNIOR MIXED CHORUS-First Place
"A Gipsy Festival" by Roechel
MIXED QUARTET-Third Place
"Life's Lullaby" by Lane.
"Spanish Dance" by Moszkowsky.
"Polish Dance" by Scharwenka.
STRING ENSEMBLE-Third Place
"Evening Star" from Tannhauser by Wagner.
BRASS QUARTET-Second Place.
"Minuet" by Beethoven. -
Anoka won Hrst place in the district with 78 points. Our five groups
winning first place will go to the state music contest which will be held at the
University of Minnesota, May fourteenth and fifteenth. The festival will be
held in the Northrop Auditorium.
At the close of the district contest, the district festival was held in the
music room of the Mechanic Arts High School. This festival is an annual
"affair" following the district contest, and bids for the interest of all con-
testants. In the festival selected numbers are rendered by a mass glee club,
composed of all glee clubs who have taken part in the contest.
At the close of the festival the honors are announced.
Anoka High School has set up a record of which the Seniors are proud.
We wish success to our excellent instructors, and to our fellow underclassmen in
the Department of Music, in time to come.
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-eil THE ANOKAN P+'-
l.elI ru Riului: liz-lik. Ulm-e. Wfiison. Miss lXlil'ex, .Xru1s'rt:1i:. 'l'.zrlwx. O'K'imxmr, 'lilmxligwanp llfml, V't'l1nL'rluml.
"It Happened in June"
Wheelf The Senior Class Play-the Hrst to be given in the new high
school auditoriumf! Weather conditions were with the Seniors, even if it was
winter, and the play was a real success, under the splendid direction of Miss
The plot centers around Betty Branson, pretty owner of Shady Grove
Store, played by Dorothy Thompson. Paul O'Connor played the part of
Charles Atkins, the son of a wealthy chain store owner who, as a hero, saved
Betty and her friend from ruin. Of course every person has a friend, and in this
case, Katherine Ward, as Susie Crundel, was Betty's friend. Arthur Wenner-
lund played the part of a pesky insurance salesman, under the assumed name of
Randy Stewart. All life has some funny side and here we introduce the Bran-
son cook, Lora Lee Chase, as Molly Jessop, whose chief weapon was a pan of
dishwater. Mollie Jessop was the sugar in Jim Prichett's coffee, CDanna Felixl ,
who was the town roustabout. CWe hand it to you, Dan, you sure can make
people laugh.D Nell, the sister of Susie Crundel, was played by Kathryn
Tarbox. She won many compliments for her splendid acting. Ruth Arm-
strong played the part of Evalina Scroggs, the homeliest girl in the village.
fRuth, your dresses were surely be-au-tiful.D Jarvis Sneed, the meanest man
in town, was most splendidly acted by Chester Watson.
The success of the play was largely due to our coach, Miss Irene Miller.
Recognition is also due to Marian Farrier and Gertrude McNelly, business man-
agers: Anne DeLong and Delores Grosslein, property managers: and last but
not least-Gerald Mullaney, Hazen Wilcox, and Philip DeJarleis, stage com-
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