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Page 53 text:
On November 8, 1958, the Junior Class presented their
production of the three -act comedy, "Foot-loose, " by Charles
The play revolves around the problems of a suburban banker,
his wife, and their four all -American children.
John Fuhrmann and Carol Benderas the parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Early, have always b en overly protective to-
ward their children. Resenting it igvardly, the Early off-
spring talk their parents into leaving on a world cruise for
the good of all concerned.
With the parents gone, things begin to happen. The oldest
daughter, Hope, played by Randy Latimer, is forced to take
over the supervision of the household when Delphie, the trusted
maid, portrayed by Elizabeth Schlax, comes down with pneu-
monia and is taken to the hospital. Bill Wilson, in the role
of the oldest son, Dick, marries without his parents' consent
and brings his new wife, Ruth Hendrickson, home with him.
Mary, the coquettish high-school senior, played by Betty Gnirk,
falls madly in love with a designing college sophomore. And,
too, the general confusion is increased whenthe football-playing
son, Bob, portrayed by David Mitchell, is involved in an
automobile accident and resulting cash settlement.
When the parents return from abroad, all the troubles are
resolved as the oldest daughter is reconciled with her lawyer
fiancee, the younger daughter returns to her high-school
steady, the oldest son and his wife receive parental bless-
ing, and the riotous son solves his legal difficulties.
The other members of the cast included Michael Stangle
as Buzz Daly, Bob's chum, Steve Sibell as Randy, Mary's
high-school sweetheart, Patricia Dahlberg as Miriam, Mary's
friend, Frank Hansen as Jack Milford, the suave college lov-
er, Chan Biggs in the role of Stanford Wells, Hope's lawyer
friend, and Susan Gilbert as Mrs. Forester, a fancy-dressed,
cranky old widow. The play was heralded by all as a "re-
Junior Play Cast, standing, left to right: Frank
Hansen, John Fuhrmann, Randy Latimer,
Michael Stangle, Elizabeth Schlax, Patty Dahl-
berg, Chan Biggs, Dave Mitchell. Seated,
left to right: Steve Sibell, Betty Gnirk, Ruth
Hendrickson, Susan Gilbert, Carol Bender,
Back Row: Betty Gnirk, Elizabeth
Schlax, Carol Bender, John Fuhr-
mann. Front Row: Steve Sibell,
"By the time you get all this macaroni
eaten, it'll be verdant spring, and
we'll all have beriberi. "
Page 52 text:
DECLAM STUDENTS: Standing, Mr. Pfeiffer,
coaehg Hannah Parker, Randy Latimer, Steve
Kent, Barbara Rich, Sitting, Margaret Crary,
Patty Thoresen, Alyce Veitl, Dorothy Carlson.
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DRAMATICS CLUB: Standing, Hannah Parker, Sharon Johnson, Barbara Rich, Randy
Latimer, Margaret Crary, Steve Kent, Robert Ruth, Kneeling, Alyce Veitl, Dave
Curtis, Susan Curtis, Sitting, Marki Newell, Nancy Ellis.
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Kneeling: Barbara Rachetto, Julia Clark. Seated: Helen Colmter Clockwise: Sta.n Hughes, Patty Wha-
Pontius, Mike Klein, Hannah Parker. Standing: "Pee len, Patsy Steinlicht, David Roesler, David
Wee" Fierro, Barbara Rich. Curtis.
Stage Crew for Christmas Play
Standing: Susan Gilbert, John Fuhrmann, Bill
Wilson, Steve Sibell, Dave Mitchell, Tom Mar-
tin, Mary Engebretson, Barbara Hutcherson.
Seated: Pat Crane, Billy Hendrickson, Carol Bender.
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