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secretary, he immediately fell in love with her and discovering that
a shauffeur was needed he yielded to another of his wild whims and
applied for the position rnder the alias of Barney Barnum. Mrs. Bon-
ner instantly decided that he would do for a guest and unaware of his
identity begged him to help her by masquerading as an old friend.
In the second act Reynolds fourd that his che time betrothed was
among the invited few. At the first possible chance he made her prom-
ise to never tell that he was Peter I. Reunolds. 'During all this time
Harold had shown a serious case of puppy love for Miss Lane. When he
found that Reynolds i?aunsyW was attracted to her and she to him he hid
hrs. Crcswellls pearls in Miss Lane's bag in a jealous attempt to get
her out of the house, Mrsq Creswell reported-the loss to the Bonner
family and Wiggins the detective was suwmcned. In the third act Miss
Lane was cons ated by flrcumftontial erioence bat Reynolds came to the
rescue and proved that Harold was really responsible. Eeraldine com-
plicated matters by always appearing at.the wrong time? As it happens
in the best of plays Ant and Reynolds were warried and Hlived happily
The success of the play was due in no small part to the untiring
efforts cf the coach, Miss Margueritte leasing and her assistant,
Paul McCormick. lhe cast, of course, should receive much praise and
others who took an active part in the work of the play Were: Robert
English, property managerg June Morhinway, business managerg Howard
Smith, advertising managerg Esther Frase, prompterg Dena Spies, ticket
managerg and all those who were kind enough to lend their furniture anf
clothing for the local coloring on the stage.
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.1 5Ann's Little A:E'i'air"', e. comedy in three acts by Harry 0s-
borne proved a great success. It was given at the Hi School
Auditorium, April 29, 1927. The cast was:
Ann Lane --------- -v---Margaret Boyd
Peter J. Reynolds- ---Ralph Springer
Mrs. Bonner--an---M--,Edna Phillips
Mr. Bonner---H ------- 'vlf Melvin Snyder
Geraldine Bonner--H---Mary Bergren
Harold Bonner --------- Aithsn Derby
Mrs. Crcsvell --------- Beulah Blair
Mr. Wiggirs--- -------- Frank Springer
The play held the audience in suspense until the last cur-
tain dropped. The setting mes in Mrs. Bonner's study and remained.
the same during the three acts. The time--many noveau riche home
The time of the first act was in the afternnon. Mrs. Bonner
was frantically trying to find another man for her dinner party
that evening but in vain. Mr. Bonner was in an equally bad temper.
There was no chauffeur, the big car Wouldnft startg and Mrs. Bonner
was monopolizing the telephone. Just at that critical moment the
door opened and Reynolds, the son of a wealthy New York banker,
entered in quest of gas for his stalled car. Upon seeing Ann, the
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Sgzpt c 57 L-
Sohool opens. Three new tenoherslllg School over-
erowied with little ogreenn Freshmen.
The schedule fight is on. '
Professor Emingerg HLet me see, your name is ----- ?H
Unlueky thirteenth! Hr. Eminger lays down rules for
High School-mmostiy for the benefit of the Freshmen??
Some timid little Freshmen get lost.
Art Derbyfs dog starts to schools
Nothinf doinf. 1
Mary was lonesome at Leavenworth sc here she is beck
again. Welcome home. The fatted calf died last week
or We should have killed himt,
Mery's hereu-nothing else doin' again.
Wonder why Esther looks so happy? Why, therefs Frank:
Melvin is finding Spanish a bore.
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