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 - year and June Packed House the Men as Ashley...
year and June Packed House the Men as Ashley Beveridge, on in of were C. The Gay Nineties revue played to a -'packed house" last night a the Turnbull school auditorium. By 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon ever) seat bad been sold and people were clamoring for reservations. By popular popular demand the entire program may be presented again soon. Comediane Vernon Swanson and Jerry Mitchell kept the audience amused with their witticisms and unexpected entrances from under the stage curtains. Master of Ceremonies Ceremonies Jack Gravelle, in top hat and tails, gave a magnificent performance performance with a professional touch to introductions. George Beltramo and Hay Jones gave excellent impersonations impersonations of Casey and the Strawberry Blonde. First graders, Judy Peterson, Jeanne Quigley, Diane Schmidt, Jo Ann Figaro and Judy Hull, as Fifth avenue beauties and Bowery girls paraded to "Old New York" and, along with 3-year-old Arlene Jones, in high button shoes, were an immediate hit. With bonnets and straw hats, the silver moon number with Patricia Patricia MacKenzie, Lorna Cnghton, Janet Joyce, Lorraine Noble, Billy Johnson, Jack Gravelle, Clay Alexander Alexander and Johnny Dutra was outstanding. outstanding. A waltz clog by Sharon Lawrence was well received and one of the highlights was kindergartner kindergartner Linda Jeanne LeBeau as "Daisy Bell" with her brother, Charles LeBeau, and Billy Cooney as rivals for her affection. Chorus of boys in murtache* included included Johnny Hanford, Buddy Hamilton, John Techko, Clinton Berg and Dennis Bennett Second grader Beverly Meek sang "Meet Me in St. Louis" and Verne Goodrich Goodrich as Louis were appreciated. In the chorus were seen Tony Brumfield, Carolyn Lunch, Charlene Charlene Burk. Joyce Moranville, Jacqueline Jacqueline Joyce, Nancy Caldwell, Dee Ann Sterlekar, Jeanette Puehner and Janet Quigley. Jo Anne Moranville sang "Alice Blue Gown" and took three curtain calls to satisfy the audience. Models Models of blue gowns were Doris Lee, Gloria Duncan, Marion Latta, Sally Sue Smith, Darlene MacKenzie and Mary Jo Williamson. Nonen Sjwtt* and Roberta How- land were well received in "The? Old Grey Bonnet." Choru* of m the "After the Ball" included Virginia Osorio. Shirley Kauer, Germaine Daher. Patricia Croiier, Marjorie Pontes, Eileen Keter. Estelle Williamson and Barbara Mollohan. In the boys' chorus Reno Fogli. Allen Kacbigian. Phillip Ishimaru, Lloyd Mills. Sidney Staton and Ben Takeshita. Other children seen in the were Joan Snider, Grace Gagliolo, Jackie Cooney, Lois Bendele, Pe Crichton. Theresa Crichton, Theresa Theresa Barba, Janet Day, Gloria Chew, Josephine Ferrel, Patricia Stieffy, Patsy Cooney, Johanna Berger. Lillian Alexander, Vvonne Allen, Sonya Daher, Barbara Marvin, Marvin, Lucia Oliveira, Collette Pamplin, Pamplin, Norma Ricahrds, Marilyn Winsinger, Joanne Petrini, Harold Pemberton, Donald Cooney, Joyce Johnson, Terry Bradley, Adrian Armstrong, Joanne Biagi, Judy Meek and Gerald Fitzgerald. "June Jig" At Legion Hall More than 100 guests are expected to join with members of the Burlingame Municipal Employes association association tomorrow night in a Jig" at Burlingame American Legion Legion hall, 990 Burlingame avenue. Dancing and other entertainment features plus refreshment! have been programmed, it was announced announced by association president Gardner. LET US DO YOUR HEAVY WORK Kitcnons Wcnhed Window* WoBhed HardwMd ud UMtaw Clewed, Waxed. Polished INSUBED WHITE HELP Erinrtw Gladly Given

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  1. The Times,
  2. 07 Jun 1946, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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