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home in Lake PTA, Mrs all Â· Musical Comedy To Be Given By Mabel High MABEL, Minn. -- The Mabel High School music department announced plans to stage another musical comedy this year. This year's production is "R.S.V.P.; or, A Musicale at Mr. Cauliflower's." It will be presented in high school auditorium Nov. 1 8 p.m. The musical concerns a middle- aged man who is a dabbler in opera, and who is named, appropriately enough, Stuart Offenbach. He envisions an opera in which a Parisian father, a frustrated musician himself, resents the fact that his daughter has fallen in with a rather seedy music composer and teacher. Much of the action is concerned with a party the_ corn poser gives. He invites a large group ot aristocratic Frenchmen and some of the top-ranking operatic vocalists of the day. They, however, aware of Cauliflower's, poor musical ability, decide to slay away. The father, daughter and lover then forced to disguise themselves and assume the roles of the vocalists in order to perform in the place of the three slars, with a mixture of results. The cast is as follows: Ernestine, Carmen Walker; Chrysodulc Babylas, David Ryan; Mr. Cauliflower, Jon Lee: Stuart Offenbach, Tom Odegaard; Mrs. Stuart Offenbach, Dorothy Erickson; Balandard, Neil Larson; Madame Balandard, Jean Allen, and Pcterman, Lynn Larson. Members of the chorus arc Gloria Pcderson, Jean Anderson, Sandra Bacon, Doris Amdahl, Sharon Harvey, Diane Peacock; Faa, Lynee Hoff, Palsy Stennes, Donna Jameson, Caryl Stegen, Carolyn Engrav, Dorolhy Erickson, Sharon Olson, Ronnie Dahl, Dale Kingsbury, Dick Odegaard, John Brenna, John While, Jerry Us- gaard, Charles Anderson and Donald Hagcn. In the orchestra are Martha Larson, Nancy Tollefson, Marcia Tollefson, Jeanne Erickson, Sharon Nordsving, Barbara Sandcn, Judy Lee, N'eil Larson, Keilh Wold and Richard Dean Larson. Commillec chairmen arc: Publicity, Carmen Walker; programs, Carolyn Engrav; tickets, Kathleen Dykeman: make-up, Barbara Sanden and Dorothy Erickson; proper- tics and costumes, Nancy Tollef-