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7th, 8th Grade Pupils Offer Program With Varied Lineup By MARTHA SMOOO On Friday students from the 7th and 8th grades of Ridley Park high combined their efforts to present present one of the most enjoyable and entertaining assemblies ever staged at the high school. Under the direction of Miss Mary Klein, music instructor, the following following entertained: Jeanette Murtaugh, Murtaugh, Thea Smittcrs, Sue Erb, Sheila Smith,- Carolyn Stringfellow, and Pat Wiegcrink, who danced to "Me and My Teddy Bear;" Susan McCuen and Janet McFarland, song duet, "Open Up Your Heart;" Glenda Fillmore and Linda Wells, danced to "Humoresquc;" Barbara Hamilton and Carol Schcllman, a vocal duct, "Drifting and Dreaming;" Dreaming;" Gail Irelade, Penny Burdon and 10 of their classmates, who pantomimed "Wallflower;" Barbara Barbara Hamilton, Carol Schellman. Susan McCuen and Janet McFar- Isnd, who returned with the en- cere, "Kentucky Babe;" eight 8th grade girls who square danced to several lively numbers; Penny Nisman Nisman and Beverly Lane, who vocalized vocalized "Davy Crockett;" Lynne Rue, original Charleston dance; Gail Iredalc and Penny Burdon, who ballet danced to the "Nutcracker "Nutcracker Suite," and Al Caffcy, Howard Bailey and Richard Sterling, Sterling, who "played up a storm" with their jam session. The mis- dents last week, high school students students Isabel' Jones, Betty Brown, Marilyn Mawby and Edith Robinson Robinson assisted in conducting classes at the elementary school. On Thursday the seniors were fortunate enough to become more fully acquainted with the Armed Forces through the efforts of Sgt Mary Murphy of the WACS, Sgt Kohl of the Army, and Sgt. Gilpir of the Air Force. The opportuni ties, requirements, occupationa fields, and service training were made known to the interested students. students. Herbert Gruber of the Social Security Security Board also presented an enjoyable enjoyable talk to the 12th graders on Monday. A reminder: The Junior Prom will be held in the high school gym on May 13. M. Massino Receives Spanish Scholarship Miss Mildred G. Massino, a lan- ^uage teacher at CHS. was recently recently awarded a Spanish scholarship by the Spanish Embassy in Wash- tress of ceremonies for the affairj ington. The scholarship, "The See- was Tony Novak; Kay Hoffman and Spanish Course In Foreign acted as assembly chairman. 'studies" was given by the Direc- Friday the student assembly pro- i . ,. , . „ , . „ , gram will be sponsored by thc! clon Gcnrralc dp Rf<lacloncs Cu! ' members of the senior high school, turales of Madrid, Spain. Back to news of the past week. Miss Massino will leave for Ma-, Because of the Salk polio vaccinejdrid at the close of school this! injections and reading tests which;.yammer at which time her schol-' were given to Tome Street stu-'arship will go into effect. |

Clipped from Delaware County Daily Times04 May 1955, WedPage 71

Delaware County Daily Times (Chester, Pennsylvania)04 May 1955, WedPage 71
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