I remember going with Mom to watch Kevin in 'The Egg & I'.
MEMBERS OF THE SENIOR class play at White Pass High School, Randle, prepare for th* Friday and Safvrday comedy in a re- hearsal session, above. The play is "The Egg and I" by Betty MacDonald. -- Chronicle Staff Photo WP Seniors Bill 'The Egg And RANDLE-White Pass High School seniors will present the comedy, ''The Egg and I," Friday and Saturday in the R a n d l e Elementary School multi-purpose room. Performances will be at 8 o'clock each evening, according to Dennis O'Leary and Miss Tern" Riffe, co-directors. '"The Egg and I," said O'Leary, "is about a chicken 7 Plum Tree' Presented WJNLOCK -On Wednesday. March 25, a one-act play. ''The Plum Tree, was given to Miss Samuel's eighth grade physical education class, and to "Miss Day's freshman English class in rooms 203 'and 204 of Mt. St. Helens High School. Purpose of the p!ay, given by part of the drama class, was to let oihsrs take a look into the secluded lives of old women Kemp, Lynise Williams a n d m a nursing home. The i T.inda Parker. audic-nce was scaled in room 203 and the p'ay was put on in room 204. Several special props were used, including makeup and even a plum tree to add to the atmosphere. The cast included Judy Thompson, Cindy Meier, JoAnne Mower, Debby Hayes, Fay rsnch on the Olympic Peninsula in Washinglon...with a very popular chicken!" Starring in the play will be Karen Clevenger, Gene Sanders, Kevin Morris, Sandy Sanders, Kaye Walker, Denise Garoutte, i Teresa Kelly, Duane Scaif, Pat Ltwery, Cindy Spath, Larry Dokon, Bill Holt, Sheri Temple, Lorraine Barnhil!, Jay Stewart Dan Krueger, Ted Franklin Lyle Webster, John Gaut, Mike Sandusky, Verna R a n d a Donna I. McMahan, Donna J McMahan. C a r o l Bonnie Lehman, MuIIins Geneva Zigler, Jackie O r t e g a Rhonda Quinn. Proceeds from admission will benefit senior class activities. the