Friday, March 21, 2008

Speech - 1947

Dawn Bodrie made a fine showing as the Red Cross representative of the school. Her speech at the Bancroft Hotel over W.S.A.M. given for the opening of the Junior Red Cross Drive, was followed in succession with speeches at the Jewish Synagogue, Nurses' Auxiliary, and Elks Club. Miss Bodrie has been chosen as Saginaw's Catholic School delegate to the National Red Cross Convention to be held in Cleveland in June.

At the next signal. . . St. Mary's will broadcast over W.S.A.M. The radio play, "It's More Fun Being a Mother than a Career Girl," presented on March 11, gave the students ample opportunity to develop the fine art of public speaking. Don Christensen, Aileen Bourchard, Denny Lawler, Dolores Daignault, Elizabeth McGovern, Richard Koblinski, Denise McMullen, John Lechmann, Dennis O'Leary, Lorna Walderzak, Eleanor Magryta and Jerd Clayton prepared for the broadcast.

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