Rogue news. (Ashland, Or.) 19??-????, September 30, 1958, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    ROGUE NEWS
PAGE THREE
The Grizzly Growl
By Pat Gibson
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ASHLAND HIGH PLATTER
PARTY
Ashland High Platter Party,
rp insorcd by the Dairy Queen,
7 Up, Swem's and the Ashland
Skateway, is disc jockeyed by
Pr scilla Nielson, Dave Dixon,
Marie Schcll. and Gary Calla
han every Thursday evening,
8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The songs are requested by
the students and placed in a
lxx in the study hall.
ASHLAND SKI CLUB
The Ashland Ski Club has
organied this year with Dave
Dixon, president; Don Ross,
vice piesident; and Judy Mil
ler, secretary.
Forty members have joined
the club, according to Dave
Dixon.
DRAMA CLUB
Drama Club was organied
and officers were elected.
Jeannie Bjorlie is the president
and Miss Christopher will be
the club's advisor.
WESTERN PRESS
INSTITUTE
Lee Osgood and Betty Duffy
attended the Western School
Press Institute in Eugene the
week of August 18th. The insti
tute, hcld-on the I'niversity of
Oregon campus, offered a pro
gram of intensive study on the
role and functions of the high
tchool yearbook and news
paper. Five western states
were represented by the 203
students who attended.
Seniors Choose
Class Play
"Cheaper by the Dozen" has
boe.r chosen as the senior class
play, according la Mrs. Lucy
Sus-ee, drama director.
Casting will begin as soon as
b.Kiks arrive, and rehearsals
will s-tart Oct. 6. The produc
ts a will be given Nov. 14.
Next Game I
At. ff .1
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Hews Briefs
SCHOLARSHIP TESTS
Scholarship qualification
tests will be given to juniors
and seniors October 21. Fees
of $1.00 must be paid in order
to cover costs of tests. These
tests will be used for students
applying to colleges and for
counseling and guidance to the
student.
Sludenti participating in the Shakespearean Festival, 1958. Left, first picture, back row
third from left. Mia Raaphorst, fourth from left, Diane Cochran. Middle picture. Diane
Fletcher. Right picture. Herb Bell in balcony with trumpet.
AHS Students Perform in
Shakespearean Festival 1958
"No, it wasn't Armstrong- one of the Morris dancers who corders used in the plays and
type tooting it was Shake- performed nightly on the for the music for the dancers
spearean Elizabethan trumpet- green. She took part in the are know aS the shakespt.ar.
ean flutes, which come in dif-
CONSTITUTIOW DAY
Constitution Day was cele
brated September 17, with Dr.
Arthur Taylor from
speaker.
Dr. Taylor spoke on the
ing, the kind that calls men to Shakespearean dancing show
battle in that particular time," at the 4-H Fair and danced at
says Herb Bell, trumpeter in the SOC concert on August 17.
King Lear of the Oregon Diane Cochran, another jun
Shakespearean Festival, which ior. performed as acting and
SOC as is held annually in Ashland, playing musician for her sec-
Don't for one minute believe ond season. Her performances
that teenagers don't like the included nightly rounds on the
ferent clefs, (as soprano, alto,
tenor, etc.). They are made of
wood, in tube form and are
perforated with holes for each
finger to produce the chango
in pitch of the notes.
The "Aida" trumpet used
nown as the
unique features of the United Festival. Many vere taking a green, a program on television. , ;;.,ii.. u
yjiv in me HL-uviiica in n.u- me ncyuay, uuu me opening "tuba" which did not have
it is -a live, working code of gust, not to mention the mulit- night banquet, which is known vaives and wag about 7'i feet
TEETH ?
"Grandma, what big teeth
you have!" Such comments
would not be unusual around
the halls- of AHS. Senior and
junior pictures for the annual
are being taken and grinning
countenances can be seen .as
students "practice." Consult
your Rogue next spring for the
outcome of these facial contortions.
Dutch Sludenl
Travels
Widely
'.
Lakeview Here
Fri., Oct. 3
SEE
The
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NOW 1
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it Groceries
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By Jerry Leach
Johannes Marinus de Bak
ker, Han for short, seems to
have done quite a bit of travel
ing in his time.
He is 15 years old, and was
born in Holland where he liv
ed six years and started school.
Then he and his family moved
to Australia, stopping at Cairo,
Egypt, and other points of in
terest on the way. After half
a year in Australia they moved
to New Zealand, where they
lived for nearly eight years.
Then they came to the U. S.
which took two year ; of red
tape, and stayed at Los Angeles
for a short while. They didn't
like Los Angeles because it
was too big and far away from
nature. From there they drove
north to Ashland where Han's
father found a good job as- a
tool and die maker which is
his trade.
Han likes to hunt and hike.
In New Zealand one of his fav
orite pastimes was climbing
mountains and starting ava
lanches. Support Our Advertisers!
tudes who watched the rehear- as the Feast of Will
sals daily during the months of Mia Raaphorst, a 1958 AHS
June ana July, commented graduate, played a recorder the lips cn the mouth piece.
Herb... . with the "music ernun
Herb states he completed
his it rst year as trumpeter in
King Lear and did the record-
' ing tt r Trollus and Cressida.
. He Jujpcs to be back next year
if thei,f is a place for him.
Mr. ; Bernard Windt, AHS
orchestra director and music
director for the Shakespearean
This year's freshman yell- Festival, states that the re
squad consists of Dolores West-
gaard, Sue Mittag, Linda Gray,
Joan Drager, Peggy Parsons,
Judy Eberhart, and Carol
Dodge.
Delores, queen, will wear a
white outfit while the others
will wear red and white.
The girls are working on
new routines and yells.
In the activities this year,
Diane Fletcher, junior, was
Frosh Yell
Squad Chosen
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