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 - performedT— tt -Local Talent Play Pleases...
performedT— tt -Local Talent Play Pleases Audience The play-"HeT"Glovss~presenH3— by local talent at the school audl- toniim-^huTSday- night^was well re* — ceived by a full house. The fre- - quent- bursts of laughter and applause- indicated that -the entertain nd the ctio _ ably portrayed ontinuity -of^—tils play being well-nigh perfect. j glea; Mrs. Marguerite Toland (Walter's wife; Miss Myrtle Rietattd- Oldfatter as Jeff-flugglei did especially well, having had extensive experience— ^n—theatrical— worls. Dr.' H. C. Moeller took the part of Walter DilUngham, a' real estate agent; Harold Cordes as Robert Slocunv'a friend -of the family; P. W. JDhnson as Charley Brooks, a neighbor; Max Waldvogel as James * Ryan, a theatrical manager; Mra. ,ner Walker as Mra. "Jeff Rug- son as Dora Ruggles, in love WltJs Slocum; Mrs. B. A. Hastings 'as Charley's wife; and Mrs. Ben S. olfg J3ijnn g TtaarfiTig plendid in their por- Vir- lady, all trayal. The violin numbers by Mi: ginia Scott Holt of Waelder, accompanied at tne piano by Mian- Rutfc Allsup of Waelder were deeply en- plause Mr. Oldfather's cornet numbers proved very popular with the : play v. ion of id her 1 ted to lenry Huri a* ibout 568, the t*ta- eipfcs-^ nt to the English depart-

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  1. The Colorado County Citizen,
  2. 10 Nov 1932, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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