Clubs of Wellington - Mrs Carl Oney

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Clubs of Wellington - Mrs Carl Oney - MtKSfftEL fS SfcCCISS WSLLlNCrfbN-A- capacity...
MtKSfftEL fS SfcCCISS WSLLlNCrfbN-A- capacity lu< dicnce was in allendrfnte *t the school auditorium last night \vh6h the clubs of Wellington pr«e.hUd their minstrel show. Mrs. Harold Kepler, director, WHS assisted by Clay Folsom, Mr*. Roberta Roberta Calderft-ood and den mothers. Mrs. Paul tongue, Mr*. Carroll Wight, Mrs. Frances fisher, Mrs. Joe Babitt, Mrs, Charles Freeman, Mrs. Paul Wilkinson. Mrs. Carl Oney and Mrs. Willard Sheffield. 'ttie program opened with a Paul Wilkinsofi, jr., Wolf and dold AfrbW pin*, rMpfttivily; £)«si V— Gaflne and Charles 8elfl6re, Wdlf pin*; «hd VI— Philip Sheffield. Qold Arr6* frtn; David Miller, Bobcat pin. finfige MM. And?**! According to Mrs. E. F. Schftanke, program chairman 6? th« Wellington Wellington Parent-TeacHerS' AssoeliUion, they have booked Mrs. Harold £. Andrews of Ashlnnd, wife of a Presbyterian minister of that city., a teacher of English at Ashland i College, an authority on the Sible «••''«"'* of more tha,, 50 voice, afl^U7d one of north , , Oh o'« flo l h llid , '*? C " d mc !r\ we * e inlr0 ' clc^ueiH ^nker^'Yor 1 the"tuesdaV i jrjuccd, The.«e were Carl R<>p««»«»f ~..»^j..^ ...i^,...„ -, ., . . _. ".' Tommy Itaflcr, Walter Springer, Bobby Wathey, Charles ~~i~f ,'•""**'" \ ~"^,\'~" ~ '." Ml«. SChfrflnkCS SRJ J. the Well- ;uu i j flC kie Kepler. They were aid- hiaton Barbershoo fluanei «,i K., • !,*. :..i...i i»,_ tt.i--.~i. " onrocrsiiop quauei, evening meeting at the school audl-l* torium, starlinj! at 8 o'clock. r ( | b j, lwc 1Mll:lllA;vlluIi . nui-inibrmn <r siew«'rt. Mr». A. J. Dublo was at mcludes lne pinno. nmuuia on the" progrmi) werb. a skit bvi hfi cnd mcn : .. Thc ^jule fted! School House" by Den III; old fa-' vorite songs bv , he Clllire pack; sfi \^i m x b\- the cub orchestra: a t Thft quartei Bob Baker, Clay Folsom and j_,iojd i ftefreshmenU will be served at' the dote of program and business: meeting. i .MovlM it itehool IcNions rn- the cub orchestra: a; r f « MovlM M Sehflol : ^ t '"; Bl ° thci '.. UlCnMop "; Dcn , 1V; ^ottall fans and interested per.;"' Den I and a sons in sports gathered in "T bc l',r by ' ^ WH ?.? U !, rlel - l „. Scl1()o1 Auditorium Thursday night 1 Dcn VI ))Ut oll a sklt -smart ci ,y , 0 u.,.. ftnf , .„, nil1 p.,-.,,.,,; A , fu. l put Slicker". Den V. „ «. u < ? il ! y l .° he * r *"d aee Bill Edwardsi o'f'The'l •DHfKtuwn Wed- Cleveland Browns show movies of dins". Den ft "Pollywolly Doodle" football action snapped bv him at[* and tho entire puck sang Dark-, different limes. He la bring brought a , ,, „ „ ,, „ , (different time*. Me is bring brought, low., btrultcrs Ball. John Barbcii,j, re by Wellington Fraternal Order i and Harold Furcron presented in ?lrumental numbers. Cubmastc.r Warren Cluiich made lhc f 0 |iowinK awards to cubd who jhavc met certain rcquircmc'iHs: I—Bub Wathey, Bobcat pin; II—Jimmy Wight. Curl Bessemer. Bessemer. Sam nnd Jim Hcne«, Bobbie Fisher nnd Philip Coiikle received Bear pins; 'Den 111—James Babbit, Beflr pin, Edwin Gott, Wolf pin, Jack Romcis, Lion pin, Billy Poiner Poiner and Bob Anderson. Bobcat pins; Den IV—-Chnrles Freeman, jr., and nf Eagles. Exchange Prornm , The free minstrel show given by the high school exchange program gioup for the benefit of those who, had not ^een it. was given under' the direction of Clay Folsom, music; director, and Miss Roberta Calder- : wood, instrumental music director. Accompanists were Nola Arndt. De-, lores Sclhvanke and Charles Green.: The cast Included Geraldine Pratt.| Pal Ofly, Mary Brandt, Gloria' Boise, Phyllis Relnert. Pat Willard, •

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  1. The Chronicle-Telegram,
  2. 12 Apr 1947, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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