Clarenc Middleton 2-6-1909

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Clarenc Middleton 2-6-1909 - be make Sunday Interested i« the program...
be make Sunday Interested i« the program OKIfilNJIL SKE1CI1 AT Monday Evening the Centra Baptist Boys Will Give "Hotel De Bum" mod madra from second Monday evening Is the date now se for the minstrel show arranged by fifteen fifteen young men of the Central Baptist Church. The entertainment was to have been given on January 28, but Illness interfered and the show had to postponed. The proceeds are for the general Sunday School fund. Most of these young men have pre- viouslv taken part In a like affair, so {hey feel themselves quite experienced In the line of burnt cork and Jokery. They will appear in dress suits with the exception of the "end men," who wl!l wear smart Tuxedo coats, conspicuous conspicuous wing collars and gay neck- " e The Interlocutor for the occasion Is William' Hulse; bones, Raymond Pullen Pullen and Frank Wright; tambos Haay CranTer and Harry Wood The balance of the "circle" Includes Clarence Middleton, Middleton, Frank Westenberger, Raymond rltton Harold Tunniclifle, Elwood amme'll, Fred Hutoe Clinton Hollo- ay, Paul Case, Joe Thorn and Elzey T-he 8 olio will comprise an opening horus, "Medley of Popular Songs," ollowed by solo and chorus, "Handy ane" by Frank Westenberger; so o nd chorus, "The Party that Wrote Home, Sweet Home Never was a Marled Man," Harry Cramer; solo and horus, "As Long as the World Rolls On," Fred Hulse; coon song. I Was Roamin' Along," Joe Thorn; solo The none of the Forge," Clinton Holloway Holloway sSlo, "Good-bye, Mr. Williams,' larry Wood; song, "The Monk," Paul Case; solo, "Everybody Turned and Looked at Me," Frank Wright; solo, selected. Clarence Middleton, and closing closing chorus. "Medley of College Songs. f Plenty of Jokes, "warranted fresh, will be strewn between the musica. numbers to keep everybody In a good lumor. The second part of the program with ajiiano solo by Professor Otto James followed by a banjo duet by Messrs. Thorn and Pullen. Then a clever original sketch written for th occasion by Frank Wright entitled "Hotel De Bum," will be given. The characters in the sketch are follows: Ezra Jenkins, a lounger, Hulse; Silas Hopkins, proprietor Hotel De Bum, Harry Cramer; Zeke T another lounger, Clinton Holloway; Charlie Slick, bunco man from New York, William Hulse; Mrs. Rlley poor widow, Raymond Brltton; Rllev her son, Elwood Hammell; Jonty the constable, Frank Wright. Hartman will was the Ham W. Mr Mr to

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  1. Trenton Evening Times,
  2. 06 Feb 1909, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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