Arlene Gunsauls creates new dance
Roosevelt Students Make Up New Dance By PAUL McDAVITT and ARLENE GUNSAULS As we in the fifth grade at Roosevelt, were studying music apprecia tion we were listening to a record called "Apple Blossoms," which we found most rhythmical and beautiful. We decided to try to work up a dance and present it before the class. It was decided that Jack Porter, Arlene Gunsauls, Billy Hil-dobrand, and Lois Blake should make up some steps. When they had practiced their dance It worked out so well that they presented it for P.-T. A. They dressed in Colonial costumes.