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 - ON VIEW tQ cpen Friday at the Circle. The...
ON VIEW tQ cpen Friday at the Circle. The Desson Murcer case is another another one of the stories ha the 8. S. Van Dln - J aeries. In this case, the murder takes place ta Benson' summer summer home while PhCo Vance and District District Attorney Markham are dlscuss - trMT rHna wltS mrrrl tit BgPSOP'S quests. Comedy moments are said to be pTorldcd cy znarene - auewe as Berseant Heath. Others supporUn; dm,i tnrt - riA Wtltim TVrpfl of the New Yortt staje; Natalie Moorhead. Paul iAkas. May Beatty. E. H. Cahrert and Richard Tucker. Frank Tuttte. who made The Greene Harder Case" and - Sweetie." llrected "The Benson Murder Case." A sDccial feature of the Circle pro - rram win be "Twenty Minutes of Whocpee," a norelty to be presented on the - stage by the Charlie Davis band with Paul Epor coadoctmt. Lester Lester Hzff will play an 'jfjran folo, and short f.lm subjects win cloe the ICL Company. ; waa i another specialty trust, though he went in ior oancmg rather than music Stuart Bishop. cashier cf the TraTelers Insurance Companya - . TT"t,TTrJ1 - - branch, played male parts, and James Wood, head of the X a Ayrea is Co. research denartment. was a Tlolinist In the Haresf oot orchestra and ona - tlme director director of the orchestra on tour. : It remained for Lee D. Hanson to justify the club's alocwv "An Our QirU Are Men. Yet Every One's a Lady." He was a "chorus chT In two shows. Mr. Hanson Is now local rep - resentaure of the Eramer - Kraaselt AdTertlslnc Agency, of Milwaukee. Wis. Vance Smith, of the Homer Mc - XCee Advertising Agency, and Vilas J. Boyle, assistant dramatic editor of the Star, served the Haresf oot Club as press, agents. . Mr. Smith . also played minor rotes In the casts cf one or two snows. Another Haresxoocer who Is present In voice and shadow ta Indianapolis this .wees: la nrane flow Sedata Men Ver Onca Cay Haresfooters Cfht Indianapolis men. alumni of the University cf Wisconsin, pranced before the footlights or performed other and less cocrplcuoos duties as members cf the IXaresfoot Cub dur - m? their endergraduats days. Hegl - e13 7. Gantarg, chalnnaa of the local committee ta charge of the presentation cf the club's musical ccmefiy. "Eutton. ; Button," at English's English's Friday eight, played the male comedy leads In three Hareafoot shows as a student. He Is now secre tary - treasurer ef Julias a Wall & Con, Jewelers. Piano and song specialties were the gndrrgraduate forte of ITstom Taylor, Taylor, rlce - cresilent cf the Tailor Power Furniture Company. Carl Vonnegut, cf the Yonnegut Hardware March, co - featured with Both Chat - Indiana. He was known on the Wis consin campus as Freddie Blckel. Sister ef Tndlaiwpens Wemaa Dies. Word has been received by Mrs. Alma Wesson, of Indianapolis, of the death of her sister Mrs. Clara Fry - berger. age alaty eercn. to Fargo. N. D Mrs. Fjjtbeiger. a former resl - dentt of TM!TipoT1s. and mmnbrr of the First Friends church, was born ta WestSeld,' the daughter of Johna - thaa and Lydla Phelps. About ten years ago she and her husband went to hve with a daughter, Mrs. Mary Johnson at Fargo, N. D. GET RID OF YOUR CORNS Jut mteat o roar EKD - 0:OUJi Praut Com (Ump - vmr. ' sain. mi K asoiv offartnr. Don't - fool with Th. are dinnma. ' TODAY. It to worth S&O. bat only mu fifty ami. Don't ampt anrthlsc rapt ILNTW - COB.N - Adr. . ..

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 10 Apr 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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