Clipped From Woodland Daily Democrat
CHURCH SCHOOL PLANS PROGRAM! Maynard in Film Of Frontier Pupils of the First Methodist - Epis - 1 .copal church school will give their ni'!Stmas program iwonuay evening the Church. Following is the order of numbers and participants: Song: Congregation, singing the Coronation. Prayer: by Rev. C. G. Zierk. Bible Reading: Luke 2:8 - 20. Beginners Department Song: "Christmas Bells" by the department. Recitation: "Santa's Boy" by Ken Maynard outdoes himself in j i Wayne Zierk. PibH. "TCnon tlio FWrof" - - - Bobby Sandrock. Recitation: "A Wish" by Eleanor NoJ;ton Recitation: "It s Grand to Me by Elden Cranston. Recitation: "Our Chimney," by Marylou Webber. Recitation: "Good Night" by Ellen Farnha, ' 1 Song: "Away in a Manger" by Be - ! ginners Department. Primary Department ' Dialogue: "Our Gifts" by Patty Ann : Brown, Erline Dodds, Gertrude Nor - , ton, June Rhodes, Dorothy Cranston. Recitation: "A Christmas Lament", j by Violet Bell Jenks. Dialogue: "Christmas Dinner" by Bobbie Brown, Junior Hubbard, Billy Hayes, Donald Brown. Department Song: "Jesus Bids Us Shine". Junior Department Recitation: "How Far to Bethle - i hem" by Gail Whitlow, Gene Vaughn, Lela Hannum. Dialogue: "The Parcel Postmaster' , Rovai King, Gilbert Doddi Christensen, Wesley Shellhamme - . 1 Bethel Brown, Elizabeth Kirk, Louise ! JoneSj Jane Fitzgerald, Wayne Lelser. Intermediate Department J Play: "Bringing in the Yule Log" j by Phillip Brubaker, Glenn Kerr, Rich - j ard Cranston, Harold Shaeffer. j Horace Brown. ; raau.. me .ingns we&hdge to World : Keador, iMrs. Elizabeth Shepherd?, Raymond Goodwin, ! Lorraine Sachs, William Brubaker; 1 Mary, Dorothy Musgrove; Joseph ' Ch: 5 Eakle; . Fred Schu iding stunts in "Senior Americano,' his latest talking picture, which will be shown at the National Theatre tomorrow and Monday. Opportunity for opening up a new field of stunt riding is afforded by the Spanish - Californian festival scenes, which play an important and colorful part in the picture. For these scenes Maynard assembled a large troupe of the most skillful and daring trick riders obtainable. In these scenes Maynard rides his famous trick horse, "Tarzan." In addition to the riding, there is plenty of action in the picture, a feature being a fierce sword duel between Maynard and his rival in love. "Senor Americano" deals with life in Southern California in the troubled days just preceding annexation by the United States. Maynard plays the part of a young United States i cavalry officer who falls in love with ; j a beautiful Spanish - Californian girl, ' portrayed by Kathryn Crawford. ! An "Our Gang" all talking comedy, ! j Vitaphone Vodvil, a Krazy Kat and j j a News reel will complete the pro - ; gram. ! IRENE BORDONI COMING ! IN "PARIS" TUESDAY j j The most beautiful, expressive, 1 naughty eyes on the stage have fi - , nally come to the screen, j They are Irene Bordoni's, and the thousands who have seen her in her stage plays will never forget them. der, Bernice Grubb, Harold Eakle, E. , J. Evans. Lela Croco, Bruce Brubak - 'er; Children. Gale Whitlow, Beverly Whitlow; Chorus Choir in Charge of Mrs. J. W. Howell, Mrs. S. A. Lars - son, Raymond Hucke, Leona Sachs, A. G. Bailey, Roy Whitlow, Jane Lars - son, Elizabeth Marders, Janet Brubaker, Lois Parker, Virginia Shuman, Nancy Flynn, Virginia Kirk, Robert Jones, Glenn Kerr; Lighting, Harrison Fait. Charles Drease. Closing Scene Candle Lighting Service With Presentation of "White Gifts". Song by Congregation. Benediction.