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Bermingham, Koskcla, Gulko, Grody, Cadien, Costa. Iackson, Malmgren, Tomich, Tuominen.
Williams, Listander, Leonard, Walters, Reynolds. Mitchell, Winsor. Edwards, Anderson. Barr, Buren
"THE STOLEN PRINCE"
"The Stolen Prince," by Dan Totheroh, one of the two class plays.
is a playlet done in the Chinesefashion. The first scene takes place in
the garden of the Emperor Lang Moo in the Middle Flower Kingdom
a thousand years ago. lt is a very important time in the household of
the Emperor Lang Moo because a child is about to be born into the
family and he prays that it will be a son. Instead of a son, twins are
born, a boy and a girl.
Two important characters, Long Fo, and his master, Wing Lee,
steal the baby prince, thinking it is a girl, to keep her from being be-
headed. They put the prince in a tub and float it down a great river.
He is found by a poor fisherman and his wife who adopt him as their
This poor fisherman has a trained duck, Lee Mee, which catches
fish for his family. Ten years later Mee, searching for food for Ioy,
the name given the prince, returns with the king's sacred fish in his
bill. Two soldiers of the royal court see the innocent fisherman about
to divide the fish and arrest the whole family, joy is to be executed
firstg but while he is bending his head before the fatal axe, the execu-
tioner notices the string of beads around his neck and asks to have the
necklace removed. Long Foo and Wing Lee recognize the necklace as
the same one worn by the prince when he was stolen. They tell all they
know to the soldiers, who deliver the happy news to the dying emperor.
The property man furnishes the comedy of this delightful play.
Miss Guio directed the play.
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Bants Porter Suman
Vegher Q Guin Simmons Tioemer
The A9 Class of Winter '31 has been very fortunate in having
for sponsors some of the kindest and most helpful teachers in Dana.
These teachers have helped to make this class the success that it is.
Mr. Banta has been active adviser: Mrs. Simmons has had charge
of social affairs, most important of which was the class party: Miss
Guio has had charge of the A9 play: Mrs. Troester has successfully
Eken care of all financial affairs: Mr. Suman has been in charge of
the class music, supplying all music for the graduation exercises: Miss
Vegher has had charge of the pictures for the Dana Log.
Mr. Banta and Mrs. Simmons have had their homerooms for six
semesters: Miss Guio and Mrs. Troester have had theirs for live. Mr.
Suman and Miss Vegher, both new teachers at Dana, have had their
present classes for this semester only.
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Winkler, Gabelich, Naranjo, Bogdanovic. Gould, Crumpley, Hopsnn.
Colbert, Barnes, Williams, Davidson, Walstrom, Teel, Harbin.
"The Neighbours," an interesting playlet portraying small town
characters, was the second of the two plays presented by the winter
class of '31,
Mrs. Ellsworth. one of the women of the neighbourhood, gets a
wire from the East that her sister has died, leaving an orphan boy
whom they are sending to her. It is not long before the news has spread
from house to house in the neighbourhood. Mrs. Abel suggests that
they give Mrs. Ellsworth a surprise. All agree that this is a fine idea,
for Mrs. Ellsworth, whose chief source of income is a pension of thirty
dollars per month for her husbands lost leg, does not have enough
money to support the child. Peter, a shy country boy, very much in
love with Inez, the daughter of Mrs. Abel, and Ezra also aid in the
Mrs. Trot, another neighbour, volunteers to make the ice cream
and Mrs. Moran the cake, while the rest go about the neighbourhood
getting old clothes. When all is about ready, Mrs, Ellsworth arrives
to spread the news that the boy is not coming, that he is to be left with
some of his fathers' people. In the meantime Peter "spills the beans"
about the surprise, not knowing Mrs. Ellsworth is present.
Miss Mayhew directed the play.
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