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through our dry throats. A.D.S. enter-
tained us royally with three plays-' 'Cath-
erine Parr," depicting the stormy temper
of Henry VIH, "Men Folk," telling of the
tragedy of the sea, and "The Travelers,"
full of flickering lights and weird sound
Christmas was now creeping upon us
very rapidly, and Fidelio piled off to Law-
rence to broadcast British carols for the
benefit of the Bureau of Medical Aid to
China. Many were doing their part for
other charities too, by knitting on Friday
nights in chummy circles in Sherman or
Abbey, sewing on squares for Red Cross
baby afghans in Homestead, and making
would-be dresses for Hindman dolls. Fri-
day night callers continued to arrive amid
squeals and groans over the appearance or
not of those significant little white slips.
The vic played and the sound of masculine
voices drifted up from below, mingled with
feminine giggles. A.C.A. had its annual
Christmas party for many local children
who threw bean bags, ate ice cream and
sandwiches, and were wide-eyed at the
presents handed out by our competent but
drooping Santa fHerbieD. Mrs. Gray read
Dickens' Christmas Carol, always our
favorite, and on Sunday we presented our
own beautiful Christmas service. Our
"Sign for Riding" "Cizl!erJ Tonight"
Above: "Catherine Parr"
Middle: "Men Folk"
Below: "The TfdU6!6fI',
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