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7 Nov 1947 High School Girls to Appear In "Dollies Follies" Tonight Charlene Burford
FASTER ! High School Girls to Appear ' WHISKER ln "Dollies Follies" Tonight PICK-UP No Beard, Too Tough) No Skin, Too Tender! V ! for tho (Sunbeam SHAVEMASTER More shaving surface . greater whisker PICK-UP. Bigger SINGLE head it smooth and comfortable on your face. Picks up the beard the way it grows. Has powerful, self starting armature motor built to stand the gaff. Layaway That Sunbeam, Remington or Schick for Xmas Toy soldiers, dancing dolls, Rag-1 Blanchard; Wind up. Shirley sedy Anns and Andys and all their Smart; Teddy Bear, Ella Um little friends ot the fictional world i Lance, and Jack-in-the-box, El-will come to life tonight, when the jnor Cox. ! Albany high school Girls Federa-I One triple act and five double tion end Girls Athletic association . acts will be presented. They are. present a program entitled, "Dol- j Gladys Kutsch and Delores Hink- ! lies Follies," beginning at 8 o'- j son as clowns. Frances Johnson, clock. (Mary Salvon and Vida Lee wu- This satire about a toy shop at i lard presenting a satire on "Little midnight, will feature short skits ; Boy Blue." Shirley Johnson and by the girls with a chorus of Rag-, Marlene Rabe will give an act en-gedy Anns and Andys. I titled "His Rocking Horse Ran The cast will include, as Rag-1 Away"; Jean and Joan Baine will gedv Anns and Andys: Dolores ! dance as whirling dolls. Neuman, Gloria Homey, G 1 e n n a j Pat Lamunyan and Carol Knigh. Parks, Shirley Dimick, JoAnn Gin- ; will give a skit entitled The Lnoc-ther, Harriet Karstens, Patty Fo- ! olate Soldier Falls in Love, with bar. Lavonne Jackson. Bonnie i the chorus singing "My Hero and Horn. Clara Brinson, Vera Nie- Barbara ana ueveny noj wui k man. Betty Velkcnberg, Joan Rum- pear as Monxeys. w. & man, Margaret rarrett, Loveu Lyndall, Beverly Cade, Edla Sel-vog, Audrey Guild, Margie Devlin. Dorothy Elder, Betty Clausen, LaVerne Kennel, Bonnie Brannen Joan Landis, Audrey Nielson, Pat-sv Bender, Ottis Lillje, Cleo Bur-ford, Sarah Jone Mixell, Kitty Durschmidt, Helen Paetch, Pauline Johnson, LaVeire Webb, Winifred Kyburg, Elsie Bond, Betty Hess. Betty Plumlee, Penny Blair, Olitj Colbert. Margie Cordz, Beverly Haglund, Glorene Heyerly, Roberta McGuire, Evelyn Polasek, Jo Roland, Joann Talbert, Laura Belle Tigner, Marian Weber and Arlene Jensen. Appearing in single acts are: as a Lamplighter, Shirley Cleaver: Toy maker in his shop, Jennie Vloedman; as Cuckoo, Nancy Brenneman; Little Brown Koko. Joan Haberle; Big Doll Dance. Marilyn Luper; Negro Mammy, Ruth Mix; Pretty French doll, Adeline Ehrlich; Kiddy Kar, Donna Eastburn; Naughty Waltzer, Sue MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT fOK EVERYBODY . . . I i His "VJ U III :i 1U i An.. - ' tot, Ii Joan Albrich. Virginia Arland- son, Katherine Colbert, Mary Cutts. Arlyne Kizer, Carolyn Misn- ler, Pat Moore, Beverly Orr, Jo-Ann Southwick and Beverly Wood will appear as paper dolls. A group entitled Parade of the Wooden Soldiers will be given by Carol Adkins, Pat Barker, Irene Calderon, Gayle Canida, Judy Gilchrist, Barbara Gillis, Janet Kahles Carol Lee, Shirley Pesheck, Betty Saylor, Veda Schulze and Jessie Swanson. Laces and Graces will be presented by Hope Holbrook, Shirley Wood, Elma Hammer, Lucretia Stellmacher, Donna Hoffman, Delores McDaniels, Marcia Berry and Joy Van Riper. A satire called The Round-Up will include Dolores Adkins, June Burkhart, Marjorie Corbitt, Alda Harvey, Barbara Kizer, Phyllis McClanahan; Margaret Transue. Earlene White. Also in the act will be Joann Lennard, and Lugene Whitaker as horFe; Phyllis Wachs-nicht, chicken; Kalhryn Buich, rabbit, a duck, and Shirley Black burn, Roper. Jeanette Beeler, Georgine Planum.- Rntfv Powell. Janet Ruthruff. TiL Smith and Ethelvn Tunison j will appear as sailors. "Wedding of JacK ana Jin, resides the chorus will include Sally Philips as Jack; Patty Craig as Jill; Mary McCauley an owl, Barbara Martin and Veryl Reimers. the three Little Pigs; Charlene Burford, Joan Kuskie and Janice Myers, three Blind Mice; Carol Nagel, Ole King Cole; June Freeman, Donna Olson and Leonora Warnke, as the Fiddlers Three; Martha Perry as the Farmer in the Dell, and Anna Lou Kraber as Little Miss Muffett. An act entitled "Baby Dolls" will be presented by Mary Anne Cooper, Wilma Cosier, Barbara Densmore, Owen DuMont, Verla May Gillespie, Frances Johnson. Frances Schmidt, Betty Shumak-er, Eula Mae Sparks, Vivian White and Shirley Osborne. jr., tax to