School: Greenwood St. Mary's Program (7 Nov 1934)


Surnames: Lindner, Wernimont, Vesel, Lyon, Althoff, Reeves, Michels, McKenna, Klinke, Schmitz, Denk, Kitzhaber, Reeves, Hemmersbach, Pabich, Speich, Potter, Ehlers, Kohlnhofer, Braun, Mikottis, Herr, Hinker, Sladich, Perman, Susa

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 29 Nov 1934

Pupils of St. Mary's School (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) presented an interesting Thanksgiving program in the church basement Tuesday afternoon and evening, Nov. 7, 1934. The program was as follows:

- Welcome by Carl Lindner
- Song "The Angelus Bell" – Grades 5, 6, 7. 8
- Thanksgiving Acrostics – Grade 1
- Dialogue "Musical Attention" – Alice Wernimont, Margaret Vesel, Anna Mae Althoff
- Reading "Livinsky at de Vedding" – Harold Lyon
- Dialogue "The Doll's Hospital" – Ronald Reeves, Rita Lindner, Audrey Michels, Mary McKenna, Lorraine Klinke, Mary Ann Schmitz
- Recitation "Our Flag" – Third and Fourth grade boys
- Dialogue "I'm Thankful" – Third and Fourth grade girls
- Vocal Duet "Whispering Hope" – MaryAnn and William Denk
- One act play "The Ephemeral Doc-Franktor" (Characters as follows)
o Dr. Mackintosh – Frank Lindner
o Jimmy, his son – James Althoff
o Joh, the bootblack – Raymond Kitzhaber
o Sammy, the errand boy – Gerry Reeves
o Dr. McPherson – Robert Lindner
o Farmer and son – Edward Potter, Alvin Ehlers
o Mr. Nosemeyer and sons – Harold Lyon, Victor Kohlnhofer, Kenneth Speich
o Negro – George Althoff
- Recitation "Us Boys" – Bernard Vesel
- Poem "Raising Turkeys" – Francis Pabich
- One act play "Lavina's Thanksgiving" (Characters as follows)
o Mrs. Lancaster – Fred Hemmersbach
o Her children: Liana – Bernice Braun, Eunice – Catherin Schmitz, Eulalia – Anna Mikottis, Julia – Dolores Herr, Bernice – Dolores Kitzhaber, Euegiene – Cletus Hinker
o Pilgrims: Miles Standish – Hubert Schmitz, John Alden – Edward Lindner, Pricilla – Mary Ann Denk, William Bradford – Frank Klinke, John Carver – Raymond Pabich, Elder Brewster – Grank Sladich, Rose Standish – Dragica Perman, Fainth Allerton – LaVallice Michels
o Indians: Somoset – William Lyon, Spuanto – John Mikottis, Massasoit – James Susa

The program concluded with a Thanksgiving Song and tableau. Various musical selections were rendered.



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