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Front row Cleft to rlghtl Carol Clark M1tz Alllson Dorothy Wanken Lo1s Mullen
berg M1ss Tracy Back row Patr1c1a Dvorak Lo1s Hoffman V1rg1n1aFogelsong Jean
Engle Mary H111 Lodema Smlth Aureole Ernst Marian Hull Donna Slsson Maxlne
Declam This year agam found many Redheld
students partxclpatmg ln all possxble frelds of de
clam In our txnal home contest there were sxxteen
partxcxpants Four of these won hrst and went on
to the dnstrlct wluch was held at Doland. They
were M1tz Allxson tn oratory Dorothy Wanken.
dramatrc Lots Mullenberg poetry and Carol Clark
humorous Loxs recerved a supenor rahng and went
on to the reglonal contest at Watertown. Patty
Dvorak gave ongrnal oratory and Geraldme Ham
mond. oratory at an mvrtatzonal meet at Water
Carol Clark Lodema Smzth and Dorothy Wanken
all gave declam preces at the Natxonal Forensxc
League held at the Mmtchell College on January 22
Thu was the hnal event of the year
Debate The debatmg season opened with tive
novrce debaters They attended four beginners
tournaments Debatmg on the negatrve were Don
nabelle Badger and Buzz Welker alternate .Tackle
Levtzow They won srx debates and lost four
Peggy Mandery and Mary H111 ldebatmg the
affxrmatxvel won one debate and they gamed much
sable to them next year Debate coach Katherme
Tracy said the experxence gamed this year would
greatly ard the shapmg of next year s squad. Carol
Clark and Dorothy Wanken were the externp
speakers. Mxtz Allxson gave an ongmal oratory at
the Watertown tournament
Seated M1tz Allison, Dorothy Wanken Mary H111 Peggy Mandery Jack1e Levtzow N'
Donnabelle Badger, Carol Clark Standmg Buzz Welker
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A Cheerleaders Leanne Hanson,
Joan Schaffer Treva Srnlth Onllee
Robsahrn Harr1et Parsons
B Cheerleaders Joanne Jara
goske V1rg1n1a Eldsness Shxrley
MaJoreites Joyce Badger Juan
McCarty Shirley Smlth, Geraldme
Hammond Donna Chapm Hrlda
Pfxster Carol Clark
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Play Cast upper left seated Qleft to rlghtb Martxn Predoehl Harrlet Parsons Joyce Mlchels Jac
quehne Levtzow Leanne Hanson Ed Hughes Standlng Ed Thomas Galen Glllette Bomta Larson
J uamta Larson Ray Schaeffer
Stage Crew lower rlght seated Cleft to rlghth Roselle Cook Skxp Boub Duane Sanger Walter Brach
vogel Standmg Ruth Anderson Vlrgmra Fogelsong Pat Dvorak Betty Backer Ahce Bottum
Aspxrants of the stage have nothmg on the
Junxors The smell of greasepaxnt lured many
potennal actors from the Juruor Class to present
The play centers around the mhentance of
an old manslon by Hay Schaeffer Hrs gxrlfnend
Bonme Larson, her mother Juaxuta Larson. and
srster Joyce Mrchels help hun search for a treas
ure Jackxe Levtzow an old woman tells hun of I
curse on the house
Martxn Predoehl an attorney and hrs wxfo
Harnet Parsons Galen Gxllette a bug catcher
and Ed Thomas a negro boy all add zest to tho
plot Soleless Sam Hughes pops up and mtumdatn
hxmself rn the sltuatxon. Jxm Kennedy the doctor
and Leanne Hansen. a mulatto woman. are tho
vxllams of the play
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