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Page 85 text:
WKempyN the Berber Class ploy will be.presentsd
at the High School aiditoyium on the efcning of hay
4th at eight o'clo2L, Che members of the cast ers ol
Seniors, except Ser rulg llldn, vho is Q Junior.
Cestwin'crCor they nice: A
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Nhadn Bence--n Q ru-uHOWcfQ Qmith
'MQW Bence ---- H-H ---sDene Spees
Jeno Wade ----- w--- hwvhsther Frgso
Katherine Jonce--N weniirgaret 5oyd '
Bin Wide-M --n---- Hess---irthur Derby
HKempy Jrmes ----- MH-we slklvln Cnydor
HDukeV Merrill ----- -v---Adolph D,rinQcr.f
is the curtain rises Dad hence, :no 1.- in Q retired
harness manufacturer, and la Bones, 4 SJ et 5LQf hair
lady rho is luwoys a little vague ubout the rnycmont'
of the newer world, end Ruth, the youngest daughter,,
quick-Witted and Whimsical, are disotssinf the duesti
of Fuis wearing his hot in the house. Indo, thc eld-
est daughter, recently married and very conscious of
her independence as the only married daughter of the
home enters. Tho family is discussing Kite-just us
she arrives from s shopping tour in New York. Kate-
is the second daughter. She hes youthful enthusisms
and ambitions which roach from pointing to pantomime
and musical comedy. However, she has a sweet bubblin
personality which makes hor the fam
conversation turns to Duke Rbrrill
business mon, who is very well like
his simple and natural manner und h
Kate had refused Duke two years bcf
her family's and Dukc's wishcsl boc
ily favorite. The
n very successful
d by the family fo
is sense of humor.
ore fmuch against
suse of a quarrel
about one of her ambitions. Duke had recently driven
thru to an Atlantic City Convention and had taxon Ben
Jane's husband with him, Kato hes announced her inte
sntion of going to Atlantic Eity to Q house perty---
--so the family think thnt she and Duke will make up
there. - ,
But Kato informs tnbm thee she is going to Q
musical comedy rchersol--and not to soo Duke. Just
then Duko.arriVoc in his err.
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Page 86 text:
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Q ln the meantime HKempy the plumber comes to .i
din the pipe. He has reid KQte's book and had det-
rmined to merry the euthoreee of the book. Kate
uarrels with Duke and dashes off with the astounded
empy--to marry him.
Of course every one is thunder struck when Kate
rings Kempy in as her husband. They hed expected
o see Duke--Kempy decides he would have rather mar-
ied Ruth and Duke is in favor of that too, so Duke
'nd Kemp conspire in order to teach Kate e lesson,
his conspiracy comes near to failure because-Knte
henges her mind ceverul times. 'But the final curt-
.in falls on Q happy ending---very satisfactory to
uke and Khteg Ruth end Kempy, RS well no the rect of
, WlLLISON ------- EHITE CHAUTAUQUA.----l928
x The widely advertised, much heralded, anxiously
qwhited nFour-nights-in-oneu Chautauqua errived Sit-
yrday evening, February fourth.
5 The progrum unc divided into four parte, etch
part supposed to represent on eveninge entertpinment.'
Q The first part consisted cf e series of musical
treats by locul lending artiutcg in the form of mueical
iolin and vocal solos cmd selections by a Piano Trio
MMle Quartet and the Girls Chorus. '
7 The second part ceneisted cf 4 number of Himpoe-
ible perfcrmancesn by the Turkietun Migicien Cef local
dmc and residence? He made e cindle burn in wrter,
usted 1 cup down thru u table-and did many other
arvclouu deeds of Upgic. '
The third pprt of the program was Q lecture by Mr.
'.W. Caulkine of Caohmerc, Mr. Caulkino'teld cone
Interesting things :Scout South America" which hehud
een in his travels end residence there. .
Q The concluding pgrt tie n.ginctrel ehuv--A.nin+-
Strel shew needs no definnticn or explanrticn.
l A large number of people enjoyed the Cuhutaquu
ind a nent sum of money MCL realized--This money cerved
Rake beginning fund for Annual Expenditures. .M
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