Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 21, 1969 · Page 7
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 7

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r TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1&69 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS T-A- ] "Red Stocking Follies" On Mt. V. Stage Jan. * MBS. HAROLD HtTCHINS and Mrs. James Henneberry pose at Bed Stocking Follies practice. Although they will not perform at the performance and their work is behind thein, these women will be long remembered for their untiring.pa­ tience, devotion and hard work as they practiced with the Red Stocking Follies. Both played accompaniment for the dance and song routines during the long gruelling.hours of practice before show time. -O- -0- -o -o- -o- -o- AT PRACTICE FOR THE RED STOCKING FOLLIES are from left to right, Pat Bunchman, Wliburn Davis, Chester Lewis, Dr. Alan Fry, Shirley Hertenstein and Alice Garlington. The "Follies" will be presented at the Mt. Vernon Township high school on Thursday, January 23rd and Saturday, January 25th. -o- -o- -o- JUST WHAT IS FATHER deKAY telling Chester Lewis? Here he has Chefs undivided attention as they practice their routine for the Bed Stocking Follies to be presented nt the high school auditorium on Thursday, January 23rd and Saturday, January 25th. Don't miss it! Come find out just what they are doing and talking about. Tickets are $2.50 each f nd can be obtained at the door, Livingston Pharmacy, Delo Photo Craft or any Good Samaritan Hospital Auxiliary member. AH proceeds from the Follies will be donated to purchase coronary care equipment for the hospital. -O- -O- -0- -O- -0- -o- RED STOCKING FOLLIES SOLOISTS. Pictured here, from left to right, are Patsy Sanders, Sue Payne, Nancy Schutte, Betty Lipps and Margie Fields. Each has a solo singing part and has devoted many hours and much time to this worthy cause. Proceeds from the Follies will be used to purchase coronary care equipment for the Good Samaritan Hospital. The "Follies" Is being sponsored by the Good Samaritan Hospital Auxiliary members and will be presented at the High School Auditorium Thursday; Jan. 23rd and Sat. Jan. 25th. -O- -0- -o- -o- -o- -o- DR. JOHN ALFORD AND BOB EDSON star in "Red Slocking FoIUes." Here they l-ehearso their highly secretive skit. They plan to surprise everyone Thursday, Jan. 23rd and Saturday, Jan. 25th when they don their "costumes" nnd perform at the Mt. Vernon high school auditorium. Tickets are $2.50 each ami can be obtained at the door, Livingston Pharmacy, Delo rhoto Craft or any Good Samaritan Hospital Auxiliary member. Proceeds from the show will be used to purchase coronary care equipment for the hospital. •••••••• RED STOCKING FOLLIES WARDROBE CREW. These women, under the chairmanship of Fay Rue, second from left, have donated many hours to fitting, repairing and remodeling the beautiful costumes to be worn by the cast on Thursday, January 23rd and Saturday, January 25th at the high school auditorium. Pictured with Mrs. Rue is Delphine Sapper, Dorothy Rcgf n- hardt and Pat Bunchman. All costumes are from the Cargill Producing Company in New York, brought here by Mr. Victor Duntlere, director and producer of the show. "SCRUBWOMEN" PRESENT COMEDY DANCE and song skit at Red Stocking Follies. Pictured with their scrub buckets at the Knights of Columbus hall where daily practices are being held are from left to right, front row: Jill Greene, Barbara Hughes, Chris Stables and Pat Long. Back row, standing, Phyllis Lester, Pat Lipps, Dodle Ezcll, Carolyn Whitlock and Delphine Sapper. Many hours of practice have caused their act to be one of the funniest and most unusual of the show. 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