The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1964 Page: 54
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Miss Nancy Cresswell's hilarity could be caused only by
misapplied make-up in the dressing room.
. . In"
S"The Night of
THE 1963-61 JUNIOR-SENIOR production, "The
Night of January 16," directed Wb Miss Nancy Cress-
well and Mr. Louis King won praise and acclaim by all
who viewed it.
Jefferson was priviliged to have Regina Buchtine,
German exchange student, as a member of the Junior-
The three-act play presented January 3 and 4 was
a courtroom scene in which a secretary was on trial
for killing her boss. Many of the witnesses were char-
acter parts and presented a challenge for high school
DETECTIVE BILL HEBINCK on the witness stand being
questioned by Defense Attorney Justin Campbell is feeling
the pressure of "lawyer badgering."
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