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Seated, left to right--Diane Heine, Torn Gorder.
Standing, left to right--Jolyn Kimble, Paula Engebretson, Woody Williamson, Arne Sjomeling.
Not pictured in this scene are Joyce Shostrom, Gail Willuweit, Donald Lantz.
A case of mistaken identity led the Wilson and Ferris families on an unforgettable adventure.
The setting of this three act farce was the living room of the Ferris home in a small mid-.
At the beginning of Act I, a man, fArne Sjomelingj, who apparently did not know his way around,
was answering the telephone. As he left, Beverly Ferris, fPaula Engebretsonl, a young, pretty,
and witty girl entered. Soon Dan Ferris, fTom Gorderj, a prominent lawyer and city attorney,
arrived and demanded his supper. In an argument with his wife, Nellie fDiane Heinej, he informed
her that he had met his old girl friend, Essie fJolyn Kimblej. Nellie in turn, told him of the man
called Wilson who was renting the upstairs. Bev, meanwhile, heard an announcer on the radio,
fWi1lis Steinlichtj, give a description of an escaped lunatic which fit Wilson. The first act closed
with the Ferrises tying Wilson in a sheet.
ln the second act, the Ferrises discovered Wilson was not the lunatic, but Essie's husband and
Junior's father. Junior, fWoody Williarnsonj, was Bev's boyfriend. ln revenge for being tied in the
sheet, Wilson dumped a fish bowl on Mr. Ferris.
The third act was centered around an argument started by Bev and Junior about their fathers.
Nellie intervened and fixed things.
As the third act closed, the real lunatic showed up and two lady interns, fJoyce Shostromg Gail
Willuweitj, carried him away as the other two ladies fainted.
Stage crew, seated left to right--Shirley Ruth, Katherine White, Carolyn Johnson, Geraldine Clau
ser, Jo Anne Pringle.
Standing, left to right--Peggy Huhta, Merno Stalder, Belva Burtzlaff, Willis Steinlicht.
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