Helen Valentine 3 Dec 1916 pg 7
Everything is ready for St. Joseph’s church sale which begins today and continues through Wednesday evening. evening. The women of the parish have made many useful and beautiful articles articles that are to be offered both this afternoon and tomorrow. Tonight, beginning beginning at 8 o'clock, the High school pupils will give the following program: program: Entrance march—T. Bink, C. Roeser. Roeser. Medley, (Bliss)—High school clior* us. Piano, M. Arnold. Souvenir, (Drela)—Piano, M. Am- violin, V. Lemmer. NO PEDDLERS WANTED Cast of Characters Bookkeeper—John liartel. First Peddler—l^awrence Martin. Book Agent—Nicholas Wolff. Second Peddler—Daniel Breen. Monologue, “The Dime Museum."— C. Hemes. The undertaking will close Wednesday Wednesday evening with a card party, refreshments refreshments being Berved by the ladles of the Altar society. Tickets 25c. Before Before the card party and beginning at ginning at 8 o’clock the following pro gram will be rendered: Emblem of Nations march (J Gaelyj —Piano, C. Garland; violin, V. Lemmer. Lemmer. THE MUSICAL DIRECTOR Cast of Characters. Director Hugh de Brass—Raymond Ford. Thomas Gray—Ronald Laviolette. Ned White—John Grenier. Louis Grant—Albert Villemure. Job Tonson—Daniel Breen. Fred Brown—Guy Cyr. Been Boomer—John Bartel. Peter Dick—I>eo Meloche. John Mason—John Vogel. Policeman—Ernest Perron. “Liebes Freud” (Kreissler)—Piano, E. Thomey, violin, V. Lemmer. SCENE FROM HOME SWEET HOME Cast of Characters Father—Ernest Perron. Mother—Rose Keinmer. Grandmother—Marlon Quinn. Children—Harold Nearmann, Foster Beyers, Marihe Kintziger, Helen Valentine. Valentine.