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from January [[scratched out number]] to February 24 My motto is "Today" 1919 I wore Floyd Carey suit. It was at Miss McCurdy's studio. Sure had a keen time. Was a war dance and [[??]] Lucile Gise [[??]] 1919 [[Theatre program]] JEFFERSON THEATRE H.C. Brandenstein, Manager, Season 1919. KLAW & ERLANGER and GEORGE C. TYLER Present POLLYANNA A Comedy in Four Acts, by Catherine Chisholm Cushing. Based on the like-named novel by Eleanor H. Porter. (By arrangement with The Page Company) NOTE - Every male member of "Pollyanna" Company has fulfilled all obligations in respect to military service. [[Advertisement]] PAIGE The Most Beautiful Car in America DORT The Quality Goes Clear Through Exner-Morgan Motor Co. Phone 689 311 West 8th [/Advertisement]] [[left margin]] Jan 11 [/left margin]] ASSIGNMENT OF CHARACTERS (In the order of first entrance.) of "The Ladies' Aid" Mrs. Carmondy ---Helen Tracy Mrs. Gregg-------Gertrude Rivers Miss Carroll ----Helen Gurney Nancy, Miss Polly's servant ---Winifred Hanley Miss Polly Harrington ---- Blanche Douglas Pollyanna Whittier, her niece --- Viola Harper Sodom ----By Themselves Gommorah--By Themselves Jimmy Bean, an orphan ----- Billy Blaisdell John Pendleton, Esq., called "The Hermit"---- George Alison Bleecker, Pendleton's man --- Frederick Carlton Doctor Chilton, Pendleton's friend ---- Herbert Fortier Jimmy Bean (Grown up) ------ Jack Morton Chauffeur ------- Chas. S. Turner [[Advertisement]] After the Show Visit Our Fountain for Refreshments. CHOICE CANDIES - HOT AND COLD DRINKS - CIGARS Florea Drug Co. Phone 29 120 West 9th [/Advertisement]] PLACE AND TIME OF ACTION. Scene - A New England Village. Period - Nowadays. Act I. - Miss Polly Harrington's Parlor. A summer afternoon. (Eight minutes' intermission) Act II. - John Pendleton's Library. Some weeks later. (Five minutes' intermission) Act III. - The Library. An hour later than Act II. (Eight minutes' intermission) Act IV.- The Library. Five years later than Act III. The play staged by Frederick Stanhope. Scenery by Law Studios. EXECUTIVE STAFF FOR KLAW & ERLANGER AND GEORGE C. TYLER. Business Manager ------- Harry Lambert Acting Manager------ Branch O'Brien Stage Director ----- Frederick Carlton
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