1916-01-20-07 Ralph Braem

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1916-01-20-07 Ralph Braem - , i GRADUA TION EXERCISES OF THE LAMAR EIGHTH...
, i GRADUA TION EXERCISES OF THE LAMAR EIGHTH GRADE PUPILS ON SA TURDA Y I NSTEAD of tho usual graduation exercises for the eighth grade pupils of the Lamar school, the school will present a cantata. “Queen Esther,” in the Texas Grand theater Saturday afternoon at 2:30 oclock. The members of the graduating class are: Hazel Allen. Rose oBhn, Mildred Dow, Louise Fowler, Minna Edwards, Corinne Keeton, Imogene Leavell. Mary McCormack, Edith McKnight, Ethel Neal. Ella Peticolas, Marie Smidt. Libby Snider, Mildred Rogers. Fay Ross, Edna Suth erland, Marjorie Whitfield, Blanche Lucas, Robert Burney, Richard Freeman. Winchester Cooley, Sam Lisso. Hesper McMillen, Sam Palmer. John Roberts, Ralph Sanders, Hartley Thomson, Edgar Walker. Charles Windberg, Robert Youngberg, Russell Young, Haskell porter, Truett Langston, Wendell Noble, j Rose Bohn will have the part of “Queen Esther.” Wendell Noble will be “Ahasuerus, the king.” Haskell Porter will be “Mordecai, the Jew.” "Haman" will be acted by William Leach, i Little Lillian Etie. of the kindergarten | of the school, will be a child at the I court. Hazel Allen plays the role of f Daman's wife, “Zeresh.” Call Schwartz i is to be tha beggar. Austin Roe will ( be the scribe. Ralph Sanders will act I “Harbona.” Ruth Powell is to have the part of the prophetess. “Salome.” .Tose- j fina Escajeda will be the Median prin- j cess and Louise Wray the Persian prin- I cess. Thomas Jones is a herald; Ted j Cooley and Richard Freeman will be pages. Henry Moore and Rutherford Meece will be fan bearers. Miss Re­ becca Urrutia will be the harpist. The queen's attendants will be Lois Shaw, Minna Edwards. Imogene Leavell, Emma Wheatley, Ila Mae MeClammy. Elizabeth Rogers,and Ella Peticolas. The attendants of Zeresh's will be Myrtle Nold. Faye Ross, Rachel Boynton, Ruth Jacobs and Marjorie Whitfield. The king’s guards will he Palmer Boyd. Roy Haupt, Jerry Pierce and Sam Palmer. The first act will be an open space in front of the king's palace. The second act will be a grove near Shusan. The throne room will be the setting for the third act and the final act will be queen Esther’s court, showing the downfall of Hainan. Miss Bess TIall, of the teaching staff of the school, is the musical director and Miss Edith Giddiugs is the stage director and has. trained the children in the speaking parts. The children of the school who will be “Jewish women” in the play will be Florence Cathcart, Virginia Dawson. Laurita Ferguson. Miriam Hafley. Sue Montgomery, Bethel Osborne, Pearl Pomeroy, Ruth Reid, Virginia Rumsey, Julia Ray Statham, Fay Tankerslev and Mabel Weston. The “Jewish girls" will be acted by Thirza Gresham, Alberta Howard, Blanche Kennedy, Anna Ravel and Jean Strickland. The men will be acted by Floyd Allen. Morgan Broaddus, Foster Dawson, Allison Jennings. .Tenner Oechsner, John Richardson, Fisher Roberts, Euel Tankersley, Horace Waller, i'd ward Woehler, John Vieseas, Clayton Ames, Ralph Braem. Maurice Broderick, Abel Fisher, Hubert Harlan. Charles Holcombe, Dougins Ketchersid, Raymond McCracken, Rutherford Meese, Henry1 Halcott Saunders a * »-.i. « 1 - i All Her, Alfred No USt H(lt. Phyllis IS ic* hols, i Merrihew Pearce, Ruth Pickels. An- j thony Pierce, Bu’rrie Smythie, Lucille Stevens, Willie Sutton, Thelma Sydenham Arnold Taylor, Carmen Vieseas, Rector Brown, Wesley Bretz. L. Langston, Sam Lisso, John Roberts, Hartley Thompson, Edgar Walker, Charles Windberg. Robert Youngberg, Russell Young, Hesper McMillon. Mildred Dow, Corrine Keaton. Edith McKnight. Mary McCormack, Ethel Neal, Libby Snider, Louise Fowler and Blanche Lucas. The chorus of boys will be composed of George Macon, Elwood Homan, William Gorman. William Irby, Sam Katz. -Lawrence Snider. Claude Hudspeth, Wendell Carton, Richard Finley. Gregory Kranzthor. Lawrence Lochausen, Jeff Meers, Thomas Young, Graham McNary, Lowell Young. Robert Richardson, Hiram Humicot and Rov Goss. * * * Owing to the very crowded condition and lack of available space at the High school, it is necessary for all who are invited to the commencement exercises of the January class, which will be held Friday night in the assembly hall of the school, to present their invitations at the door. Tonight the commencement play, “The Princess Ki- Ku,” will be given in the high school assembly hall and this will be open to the public. Moore, David Reid, and Carl Warren. The “Persian people” will be acted by Ernestine A la rid, Sarah Ravel. Ruth Webb, Helen Wheeler, Bradley Hillis. Muriel Berg-. Pet* T>e Voti. Emma Drown, William Gilder, Charlie Harvey, liufus Harvey. Gentry Hudnall, Frank Marshall, Bessie Mattice. Samp

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  1. El Paso Herald,
  2. 20 Jan 1916, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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