Typed as spelled and written
Lena Stone Criswell
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
Thirty-Ninth Year - Number 159
Marlin, Texas, Wednesday, November 8, 1939
Published by the Students of the Marlin Public Schools
Vol. 6 Wednesday, November 8, 1939, Number 76
Texas High School
Headquarters Texas State College for Women
OLD FASHIONED CHARM
OPERATTA in TWO ACTS
Presented by Choral Organizations
of M. H. S.
High School Gymnasium
Nov. 8, 7:30 p.m.--Admission 25c
Millie Foster--Dorothy Cobb
Robert Foster--Clarence Lokey
Leonard Darcy--Jack Davis
Lois Williams--Margaret Watkins
Carmelita de Ribera--Doris Barganier
Bunny Brown--Elizabeth Taylor
Hiram McDuffle--Ralph Garrett
In the boys' chorus are: Bill Hablinski, Bob Storey, Lester Hay, George
Van Pelt, Kenneth Alburtis, Frank Cobb, John Portele, Billy Garrett, B. F.
Ringer, Warren Koenig, Charles Dowis and Billy Spencer.
The dance choruses are Old-Fashioned Charm, Carmelita, A Kiss or Two, by the Senior Choral girls: Mary Ann Adams, Virginia Barber, Eleanor Jo Barrow, Katherine Bowdon, Catherine Campbell, Jacque Cheshire, Marjorie Jo Curry, Elizabeth Ann Donohoo, Mary Goodrich, Julia Harlan, Agnes Harlan, Rosalind Hawthorne, Maedell Huseby, Ruby Jo Honeycutt, Billy Hammer, Vinnie Hayes, Moree Johnson, Elizabeth Ann Johnson, Ann Lokey, Frances Meyer, Dorothy Jean Peacock, Barbara Phipps, Maribeth Plott, Betty Robinson, Dorothy Marie Robb, La Vern Reed, Helen Ross, Mary Jo Stacy, Dolly Storey, Sue Smith, Gladys Taylor, Mariam Williams, Frances Wiggins, Elnora Waltman and Jane Watkins.
Two more dances choruses, Here's a Tune and Lets Go Out and Celebrate, are by the Intermediate girls: Johnnie Pate, Letha Faye Hodge, Edith Ingle, Reba Hawthorne, Anna Taylor Barbara Reed, Margaret Ann Garrett, Bobbie Holliman, Billie Frances Pittman, Helen Hunter, Jacqueline Briggs, Valentina Medrano, Sarah Roppolo, Elvie Charlotte Haak, Leatrice Ward, Virginia Sikes, Marjorie Watts, Dorothy Lessman, Ruby Ann Hoffman, Mary Jo Evans, Velma Beth Crites, Christine Parsons, Bernice Boyd, Helen High, Mary Alice McAlpine, Joyce Lee Holt, Dorothy Jean Hagler, Alma Ruth Baugh, Jane Ann Walston, Merlene Pointer, Bonnie Bouchillon, Mary Amerine, Louise Tibbs, June Parsons, Betty Jean Rogers, Lois Easterwood, Ruth Kurelsch and Blondine Slaughter.
Advertising Mgr.--Juia (sic) Harlan.
Benefit--Choral Dept. and Senior Class.
Property Chairman--Agnes Harlan.
Dance Chairman--Dorothy Peacock and Bitsy Johnson.
The Choral Club wishes to take this opportunity to publicly thank
Rush, Garner & Bartlett for furniture.
Millie, an enthusiastic and fun loving character decides she will play cupid. In order to do this she breaks an engagement involving many persons so that she might announce another, thus causing much fun and excitement. After many mix-ups all ends well.
Permission granted to Theresa Carhart and her volunteers for printing
by The Democrat, Marlin, Falls Co., Texas.