WLHS Drama 1932
WLHS Drama - 1932
"The Ghost Parade", a three act comedy that mixed fun and thrills, was chosen by the Juniors this year for the annual junior play. It was presented on April 6 to a high enthusiastic audience and will be remembered for a long time as a real hit.
Betty Anne Miller
"Billy's Tombstones", acclaimed as one of the most uproarious and best-presented comedy's ever at West Linn, was given by the Senior Class on the evening of May thirteen.
Most of the action in the play took place on board the "S.S. Florida", bound for Havana. The auditorium was completely renovated to give the effect of an ocean-going liner.
Winford Warren Anne Schultz George Tozier
Clarence Gross Mildred Matheson Viettia Schlegel
Lewis Pratt Edith Synder Jimmy Robertson
Audrey Shipley Don Batchelor
Manley Carrol Harold Wievesick
Student Body Play
The student body play, which was presented December 11, was one of the most successful in years. It was a three-act comedy by Carlyle Moore and was hilariously funny and well acted. A mixture of kleptomaniacs and thieves made it interesting from beginning to end. Miss Gayle Edgerton, Miss Audrey Lundy, and Miss Annette Adcock directed the production.
Nellie Wallace Edith Snyder Lewis Pratt
Audrey Shipley Delphine Hall Donald Ream
Elwood Dunmire Bill Anderson Anne Schultz
Everett Gary Everett Moore Jack Bollinger
Marvin King Ervan Babcock Harold Gross
1932 Operetta - "Belle of Bagdad"
The story tells of a film company in California who has a picture of a girl in Bagdad who wears a beautiful necklace. Two aviators and their boss set out to find the girl. The meet some of their friends from the U.S.A. and with a few complications with the policemen of Bagdad they find "The Belle" and Dick, the boss, falls in love with her.