School: Greenwood High Program Supper (12-Oct-1900)
Contact: Laurel Bragstad Schaub
Surnames: Kristiansen, Fradette, Lucas, Bishop, Carpenter, Sheets, Hatch
(Greenwood, Wis.) 10-12-1900
The members of the G.H.S.L.S. have decided to have a fine program and a good supper at the Woodmen Hall Friday evening. The price for the supper and program will be the small, modest sum within the reach of all, namely, ten cents. Now most reverent fathers and mothers and doting sisters and brothers, on the night of Oct. 12, 1900, A.D., you will don your best clothes, your best filled pocketbook, your most pleasant look and repair to the Woodman Hall, where you will sit down and partake of the most bountiful sense of home inspiring repast that ever your eyes rested upon consisting of coffee, cake, rolls, baked beans, chicken, celery, pickles, pumpkin pies and other eatable things too numerous to mention in this my first poor attempt to enlighten the villages of a coming event. Then will follow the best program ever given in Greenwood. Music: Mandolin Club Recitation: Emma Dawes Dialog: Signa Kristiansen and James Fradette Recitation: Mabel Lucas Charade (in four scenes) Mabel Bishop Vocal Duet: Naomi Carpenter, Gail Sheets Music: Mandolin Club Solo: Naomi Carpenter Recitation: Marion Draper Closing Address : Miss Hatch Music: Mandolin Club Therefore! O ye fathers and mothers, brothers and sisters, come to the Woodmen Hall Friday evening with your best filled pocket books and most empty stomachs. The G.H.S.L.S. will have their usual meeting Friday afternoon. Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Wis.) 10-12-1900
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