Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 10, 1948 · Page 15
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Phono ACM For a WANT AT) Taker EVENING TIMES, CUM11EULANT), MD., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, ISM 8 FIFTEEN Fort Hill Player Show Tonight The Fort Hill Players will present "Our Hearts Were YounR'and Gny" today at. 8 p. -ra. at the-Fort Hill High School auditorium.. . • The production staff of teachers and .students working on the play follows: • Stage: Theodore Foote, director; Charles Bujac. manager;. Dick Wheeler,. assistant manager; Bill Light, LeRoy Blacklin. Jimmie Morris, Eugene 'strieby, William- Crites, William Miles. Delbert Cowgill,'Jonn Hafer, Charles Bujac, technician; Jo Ann Kilroy, script; Jacquelyn Fox, general manager. Ushers: Miss Alverda Ford.-adviser; Lucy Clark, head usher. Posters: Thomas Furlow, Kathleen Flake, Melvin Brant,- Theodore Fotte. Music: Phillip Hester and the 'school band;'tickets and programs ^Kathryn Palel Wilson, Alma Taylor, Emma Jean Twigg: costumes: Mrs. Eugene Hilton, Doris Brown, Virginia Stallings, Betty Halnes, Phyllis Schramm. 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