Church Xmas party (pt 2).
j i I neth's requests lor hers. Pearl Dieterich recited, “Who’s Santa Claus.” Annie Anderson, just about three years old, sat in a rocking chair anti told all aPout her family troubles, w'hich consisted of a doll, which would not go to sleep. Santa's boys who w'ere: Walker Gresham, Harry Anderson, Zephia Younker, Charlif; Spurloek, J. T. Dietrich, Dietrich, Oliver Johnson, .lames Colb.>rt, Marion Aleans and Roy Ware, all had something good to say about “father,” there wasn’t any room j but ended up by crying for 'Ma." They i nvade their entrance and e- t from the ' scene through the fire nlace. i rh the fire place, and Miss Harvey played a scene throu jNIrs. Ray piano duet. A pantomime sketch entitled, “Santa’s “Santa’s Mistake,” was enaettd by Irma Anderson and Marguerite Anderson, the latter doing the reading. When the time can.e lor Irma tt) pin her name on her stocking she was forced to speak a line because someone forgot to furnish furnish her with a pin. Irn'.a's name in the play was Sammy, and Santa made a mistake by bringing her a pair of suspenders. “Stocking t xercise,” w’hich was participated participated in by Leiui Anderson, Lucy Boone, Emerald .lohnson, Viola Lancaster. Lancaster. Daisy Hudnall and Alice Boone, all membe rs of the jirimary class, « on- sisted of each hanging a stocking on the mantel piece, and telling Santa Claus what to bring tnem, of