Clipped From The Weimar Mercury
FORMER WEIMAR VISITOR MAKES GOOD ON BROADWAY. Numbers of our people will recall when Miss Lois Parr of Waelder taught school here, in years gone by. During that time she was visited on sever- Gladcne Parr. The younger girl's great ambition was to become an actress. As she mew up the ambition became more pronounced, and while we had lost sight of the talented young lady for several years past, we learned cently that Miss Gladene had accomp- .ipplicnnt among 300 for a role in the a test production of the Thentcr Guild of New York. The play "Madame Bovary." opened in Washington and t len in New York, Miss Parr is a graduate of the speech department of the Texas State College for Women, and won a prominent role in the "Cavalcade" show in Dallas last Summer. While a student in Denton irid the most outstanding dramatic student on the campus.