The Quaker Girl (1955) by Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

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HUDDERSFIELD and DISTRICT

AMATEUR LIGHT UOFERA” SOCIETY.

Affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association

BERYL P. ELLAM as THE QUAKER GIRL

“THE QUAKER GIRL”

Theatre Royal, Huddersfield,

Monday, January 31st to Saturday, February sth, 1955, Saturday Matinee, February sth at 2-15 pm.

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Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society.

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Mh TEAS, GRILLS, Ete. 7 Daily from 4-30 p.m. oes Su CUS ii 7 LUNCHEON as Daily from 12-30 p-m.

VISET THE WORCESTER BAR.

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Hon. Stage Manager : CYRIL WARE

Hon. Musical Director :

HARRY GLEDHILL ARCO, 4.7.04,

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Shambles Lane, Huddersfield Telephone 3623

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MARIE HABRON

Hon. Accompanist : DENIS SCHOFIELD

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The Producer

R. D’ARCY RICHARDS

We are pleased to again welcome Mr. Richards to Huddersfield. ‘‘The Quaker Girl’’ is his fourth successive production for the Light Opera Society. His long and varied experience on the professional stage together with his ‘* coaching = ability gives us great confidence for the success of our Production.

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PRODUCTION

HUDDERSFIELD AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY

Our next show, which will be presented at the Theatre Royal in early November, 1955, will be our 50th PRODUCTION.

Special arrangements are already in hand

to make this an outstanding effort.

We are not yet in a position to announce the name of the production but this will be

announced in the press at an early date.

00th PRODUCTION

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List of Officers.

President ; STEPHEN D. LISTER,

Vice-Presidents :

Mr. F. Broox; Dr. D.. K. Bruce, Mr, CHarLes Cowan, Mr, CROWTHER, Mr. H. T. Evans, Mr. FRANK FosTER, Mr. CLIFFORD GARNER, Mr. Jas. F. Hartcu, Mr. F. Brian Hotmes, Councillor N. Hopkinson, Alderman S. Kaye, Mr. J. REYNo Lbs, Mr. Cuas. H. SHaw, Mr. J. Woops-Smiru, Mr. Ernest Mr. F. H. THREAPPLETON, Mr. HAROLD WAKEFIELD, Mr. HaroL_p WHITELEY.

Hon. General Manager : STEPHEN D. LISTER. fon. serretary i. Hex, Hon. Treasurer : HUBERT Dyson. Hon. Stage Manager : CyRIL WARE. Hen. Musical Director : HARRY GLEDHILL, A.R.C.O.; L.T.C.L. Hon. Assistant Secretary : A. H. TOWNEND. Hon. Assistant Treasurer : NORMAN Moore. Hon. Property Mistress :-Mrs. M. E. SENIoR. Hon. Publicity Manager: G. WHEATLEY Dyson. Hon. Accompanist : DENIS SCHOFIELD. Hon. Dancing Mistress : MARIE HABRON. Hon. Registrar and Librarian : HIRAM CARTWRIGHT. Hon. Solicitor : STEPHEN D. LISTER. Hon. Physician : E.

Hon. Perruquiers : Mrs. J. EMMERSON, Mrs. J. MARTINDALE, G. W. CUNNINGTON, and B. GODWARD.

Hon. Wardrobe Mistresses: Mrs. S. D. LisTER and Mrs. J. Hon. Auditors 7 Joun: D.:dHOYE#, A.c.a. and L. ADRIAN GLEDHITL.

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Musical Programme.

ACT I. OPER. B20. S016 oar woes “ Jarge, we've such a tale to tell ’”’ ee Cs a Quakers Meeting AR, see i cee cd ae tee Mathilde VOIR ee a a Mathilde and Charteris pe Mate Mathilde, Phoebe, Charteris, Tony Be Quaker ee ee ee ee ie Prudence © ‘The bad boy and the co eee Prudence and Tony OTB BA oi chip cei Concerted number with Chorus POLED Weed 00 6 oc Jeremiah and Chorus act 1," ite tie Dav 2 eck. Full Ensemble ACT II. I CFR Goin ene Toinette, Dancers and Chorus CORE yk esc aca Phoebe and Dancers A even Ge Chant General Entrance and Chorus I OT ee a ey Prince Carlo and Chorus Tame anc nent bo cece Prudence and Tony CORON ds... Mathilde, Phoebe, Blum, Charteris, Jeremiah PC cele hig eg AM Ae Full Ensemble ACT III. 7 Opening Chorus... © Champagne ? Waiters Dance and Ballet POO dante ees shen Prince and Ensemble eee oe Ne ee ee ee eee Phoebe and Jeremiah POTS TET AA oes ie Prudence and Dance Ensemble "ee Rs AP ses A se Prudence and Tony PA i ee a ee ae. Full Ensemble

Hon. Musical Director and Chorus Master :

HARRY GLEDRILL, A: ROD.

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SYNOPSIS OF SCENERY Pee Bk An English Country Village

Rie ae Madame Blum’s Dressmaking Salon, Paris The Pré Catalan, Outside Paris Time—Not the Present

The Production staged by R. D’ARCY RICHARDS (London).

Hon. Musical Director : HARRY ABO; L.T.GL.

Hon. Dancing Mistress : MARIE HABRON.

Costumes supplied by Cuas: H. Fox, London.

Modern Dress by FASHION HirRE. Ltp., London.

Scenery supplied by Watts and Corry LTD., Manchester.

Photographs by GREAVES & Co., held

Stage Furniture supplied by GIMBERT’S of Prestwich.

Electric Fittings supplied by STRAND ELeEctrRic Co.,.Lrp., London.

The Telephone used in Act II is loaned by

courtesy of HER MajEsty’s POSTMASTER GENERAL.

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The Huddersfiel Amateur Light

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(By permission Book by JAMEs T. TANNER, wif oe by ADRIAN Ross

Music by LION:

THE . _ (In order of < Jarge, Village Crier and Church I Mrs. Lukyn, Landlady of “ The C

William, Waiter at ‘“‘ The Chequers Nathaniel Pym, a Quaker ................ I Rachel, His Sister Beda Phoebe, an English maid to Prin

Captain Charteris, a King’s Messens Princess Mathilde, an Exiled Bonaj

Madame Blum, Proprietress of “ La

I Tony Chute, Naval Attaché at the A

Jeremiah, a Quaker, Servant to I Prudence Pym, a Quakeress, Niece 4 Toinette, Head Fitter at ‘‘ La Maig

- Monsieur Larose, Parisian Chief '

Diane, a Prince Carlo, Affianced to Princess I

Monsieur Duhamel, a Minister of

Chorus: Quakers, Villagers,

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Emile Littler).

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CAST ppearance) : BT GORDON PIKE

hequers Inn” DAISY M. CLARKE

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Maison Blum,”’ Paris CONSTANCE M. HOLMES

merican Embassy, Paris NORMAN MOORE

Nathaniel JOHN SYKES Nathaniel... BERYL P. ELLAM hn BRENDA MOORE B POL CE ERIC WALKER I Sa aes JEAN ARMITAGE Mathilde ......... TREVOR ALLEN State cum JACK LIVERSIDGE

Mannequins and Guests.

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BUTTERWORTH GLENYS SISWICK IRENE CHARLESWORTH ANNIE SMITH L. Mary DAWSON BARBARA STANLEY SHEILA DAWSON PHYLLIS B. MarRiE R. DIGHTAM SUNDERLAND

E. Joy HALLIWELL JUDITH THORNTON

THERESA A. AUDREY LEWTHWAITE WEATHERHEAD Gentlemen :

Roy BATES L. ADRIAN GLEDHILL

G. DEREK BOOTH TERENCE BREARLEY LESLIE SUNDERLAND

ARTHUR J. MONDAY

LESLIE CLARKE GEOFFREY N. SYKES

GEORGE W. RALPH TARPEY

CUNNINGTON KENNETH H. WARE

J. Ltonarp FISHER

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MARGARET BATES JoAN HELLAWELL

EpNA BooTH RitTA KAYE

JEAN CATTON Mary KINLOCH

KATHERINE M. CLARK MAUREEN LIVESEY

MARGARET GANNON JOYCE MELIA

NorMA GLOVER Rita NEWSOME

BRENDA HELLAWELL PATRICIA WILSON

TESS

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“The Quaker Girl” The Story of the Play.

PRUDENCE is a demure and dainty little Quaker Girl, the niece of Nathaniel and Rachel Pym, a prim and proper pair, who rule the Quaker _community of a picturesque English village.

Into the serene atmosphere of this community there arrives a certain exiled French lady of distinction, the Princess Mathilde, followed by Captain Charteris, to whom she is to be married.

Charteris has armed himself with a special marriage licence and an even more special “‘ best man,’’ in the person of one Tony Chute, of the.American

Embassy in Paris.

The ceremony duly takes place in the village church in the presence of all the rustics, who join in the festivities on the village green, among their number being Prudence, whose demure and simple charm of manner quickly attracts the attention of the highly susceptible Tony.

Prudence, carried away by the life and gaiety of the scene, is induced to take a sip of wine, but alas, at this moment, with the wine to her lips, Nathaniel, Rachel, and the other Quakers appear upon the scene. They sternly command her to leave these sinful people and follow them.

But life as a Quaker is so dull that she prefers to entrust herself to the care of Madame Blum of the ‘‘ Maison Blum,” Paris, who is in attendance on the Princess. Madame Blum, with a practical eye to business, sees possibilities in the alluring simplicity of the Quaker dress, and thus we next find Prudence as a mannequin in Madame’s establishment in Paris, where she herself becomes all the rage with the men, and her simple costume with the

women.

Among her admirers are one Prince Carlo, a dissolute nobleman, and Monsieur Duhamel, a distinguished Senator. The Prince invites them all to a ball, but Tony, knowing the Prince’s character, begs Prudence not to go.

She is compelled to break her promise for it so happens that the Princess has returned to France, and is in disguise as a mannequin at Madame Blum’s Salon, hotly pursued by the irrepressible Larose, Chief of Police, who appears in many disguises, but who cannot disguise nature’s handiwork in the shape of a very obvious and very comic limp.

Unfortunately the Prince has recognised Princess Mathilde among the mannequins, and threatens to disclose the fact to Larose unless Prudence consents to accompany him to the ball, so for the sake of Mathilde she reluctantly

breaks her promise to Tony.

When Tony learns this, he is wise enough to see the wisdom of it all, and begs forgiveness for having doubted her. Thus the story comes to a bright and happy end.

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Mr. F. Crosland Mr. W. C. Crossley Mr. H. V. Crabtree Miss M. R. Crabtree Dr. G. Crompton Mr. & Mrs. A. Crowther Mr. G. H. Crowther Mr. H. Crowther Mrs. J. Crowther Mr. N. Crowther Mr. & Mrs. S. L. Cryer Mrs. T. Cruize Mrs. M. Crutchley Mr. & Mrs. W. Cunningham Mr. G. W. Cunnington

Mr. G. D. Davies Mrs. H. Dawson Mr. F. E. Dawson Counc. N. Day Mrs. G. Day Miss A. M. Davies Mr. & Mrs. G. Dimmer Mrs. H. V. Dightam Mrs. Dobby Mrs. M. Donaldson Mr. C. H. Drake Mr. Harry Drake Mr. S. T. Dransfield Mr. A. Dransfield Mrs. W. H. Driscoll Miss F. Dunne Mr. F. A. Dyson Mr. G. Wheatley Dyson Mr. & Mrs. Hubert Dyson Mr. & Mrs. W. Dyson Mr. W. Dyson Mrs. V. Dyson Mr. R. Dyson Mr. Fred Dyson Miss E. H. Dyson Mr. Arthur B. Dyson

Mrs. G. V. M. Earles Mrs. L. Early Miss A. Eastwood

V. Eastwood

Mr. H. Eastwood Mrs. F. Eastwood Mrs. F. Eastwood Mrs. A. Edmondson Dr. T. H. Edwards Mr. Frank Miss B. Patricia Ellam Rey, Eliam Mrs. Edmondson Mr. & Mrs. E. Eglington Miss N. Ellis Mrs. D. Ellis Mr. N. Emmerson Counc. A. England Mr. H. T. Evans Mr. E. Evans Miss E. Evans Miss B. Exley Mr, W. Exley Mrs. W. Exley

Mr. D. Fearnley Mr. Lawrence Fearnley Miss N. Fenwick Mr. E. E. Fieldhouse Mrs. B. O. Fielding

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EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN WEDDING GOWNS.

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Counc. F. W. Fielding Mr. A. P. Fielding Mrs. Clara Firth

Mr. yy N. Fisher Mr. Frank Foster Mr. Thomas B. Fox Mr, ‘J. Fox Mr. & Mrs. Walter Fox Mr, C, France Mr: fi, Freet Mrs. D. Fry

Mrs. G. Gabrielli

Mr. '& Mrs. R. G. Geach Counc. J. T. Gee Mr. & Mrs. H. Gee Miss N. Gibson Mr. H. Gibson Miss T. C. Gledhill Mrs. L. Gledhill Mr. A. R. Gledhill Mrs. P. Gledhill Mr. G. A. Goddard Mrs. E. Gould r. J. Goulder Mrs. H. Gee Mr. H. Gledhill Mr. L. A. Gledhill Mr. Eric Graham Ald. H. A. Bennie Gray Mr. & Mrs. P. Gray Mr. N. Graham Mrs. Mona Graham Mr. A. T. Green Mr. F. Greenhow Mr, J. Greenhalgh Mr. Norman Greenwood Mr. L. Grundy Mrs. C. D. Guest

Mrs. J. Hadley

Mr. R. V. Hardy Miss G. E. Hargreaves Mr. & Mrs. F. Hartley Miss M. Hartley Mrs. W. Haworth

Mr. F. Heathcote Mr. Henry Heaton Miss P. Heaton Mr. G. Hebblethwaite (Senior)

Mr. Irvin Hellawell Mr. Irvin Hellawell (Junior) Mrs. F. Heap Mr. D. Heaton Mr. Frank Heaton Mrs. E. Helliwell Miss M. Hepworth Miss D. F. Hey Mr. & Mrs. G. R. Hey Mr, S. Hey Mrs. J. Hey Mr. G. D. A. Heywood Counc. C. Hickson Mr. Harry Hilton Mr. BR. Witt Mr. H. Hinchliffe Miss M. Hinchliffe Mrs. E. Hirst Mr. F. Hirst Tr, 3. We. First Counc. R. T. Hirst Mr. S. Hirst Mrs. R. A. Hobson Mr. E. Hodgson Mr. & Mrs. E. C. Holland Mrs. C. M. Holmes Mr. F. B. Holmes Mrs, A. Holt Mr. & Mrs. Mr. N. Holdsworth - Mrs. E. Hollyhead Counc. & Mrs. N. Hopkinson Mrs. G. H. Howarth Mr. J. Howard Mr. John Howarth Mr. James Howard Mr. E. Howitt Mr. & Mrs. H. Hoyle Mr. Gilbert Hoyle Miss B. Hoyle Mr. S. D. Hoyle Mrs. E. Hoyle

Mr. H.D. Ireland Capt. J. H. Irons

Miss D. Jackson

Mrs. A. Jessop Mr. D. Jessop Mr. & Mrs. J. Jessop Mr. R. Jeffery Mrs. A. Jenkinson

Mr. "& Mrs. J. E. Kaye Ald. S. Kaye

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SUBSCRIBERS—C ontinued.

Mr. F. Kaye Mrs. F. L. Kaye Mr. T. Kaye Miss H. Kaye Miss M. Kearney Mrs. M. Kelly Mr. T. Kerrod Miss E. Kerridge Mr. H. Kettlewell Mr. Ry Kilner Miss M. Kinlock Mr. A. Kingston Mr. E. R. Kirby Mr; L. Kitching Mrs. G. Kitching

Mrs. E. Lancaster Counc. N. Lander Mr. F. Lawton Mr. H. A. Leah Mrs. C. Leah Mr. F. Leonard Mr. John H. Lee Mr. J. D. Lee Mr. Kenneth Levell Mr. & Mrs. H. W. Lewthwaite Mr. & Mrs. S. D. Lister Miss R. Litchfield Mr. W. Livesey Mr. W. E. Littlewood Mr. N. Liversidge Mr. N. Lockwood Mr. H. Lockwood Mr. J. B. Lockwood Mr. H. Lockwood Mr. & Mrs. D. Lockwood Mr. G. P. Lockwood Mr. H. Lockwood

Mr. Be ‘Long bottom. Nr, G. H. Miss A. Lord Miss J. Lumley Miss G. Lunn Mr. N. Lunn Mr. J. W. Lunn Mrs. Lumb

Dr.-C. D: Macrae Mrs. M. Maffin Miss A. Mallinson Mr. J. W. Mannion Miss C. Manning Mr. F. S. Markham Miss J. A. Marsden Mr. N. Marsh Mr. G. Marshall Mr. J. S. Marshall Mr. E. Marsden Mr. G. E. Mason Mr. & Mrs. P. Massam Mr. D. Matheson Mrs. A. Matthewman Mr. N. Matthews Miss E. A. Mear Mrs. P, Medley Mr. A. D. Mellor Mr. A. W. Mellor Mrs. E. Mellor Mr. F. Mellor Mrs. J. Mellor Mrs. K. Mellor Miss S. Mettrick Mr. G. H. Mewies Mrs. E. Middleton

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Mr. R. Middleton Miss J. Milligan Mr. Geo. Milligan Mr. P. Milliquet Mr. H. Mills Mrs. F. Mills Mrs. G. H. Milnes Miss K. Milnes Mrs. F. Milnes Dr. C. E. Mitchell Mrs. M. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. H. I. Mitchell Mrs. T. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. W. B. Moir Miss May Monkhouse Miss B. Moore Mr. H. Moore Mr. & Mrs. N. Moore Mr. T. Moore Mrs. W. Moore Madame E. Moorhouse Mrs. M. Moorhouse Mr. S. Moorhouse Mr. & Mrs. J. Moorhouse Mr. & Mrs. L. Moorhouse Mrs. N. Moorhouse Mr, T, J. Morn Miss M. B. Morland Mrs. Jane Morton Mr. Chas. E. Morton Mrs. L. Morgan Mr. & Mrs. E. M. Mosley Mrs. F. Mosley Miss D. Moss Mr. L. Murgatroyd Mr. C, J. S. Murton

Miss E. McCann Mr. B. McGauvran Mrs. J. McGough Mr. R. McKie - Mr. A. McVitie

Mrs. D. Nash Mrs. F. Neary Mr. Arthur Nelson Mr. J. B. Newman Miss M. Newsome Mrs. E. Nicholson Mrs. Nellie Noble Misses E. & A. Noble Mrs. H. Norgate Mrs. M. North Mr. Reginald North Mrs. N. Noble Mr. A. Nuttall Mrs. A. E. Nuttall Mrs. M. Newsome

Mrs. A. Oldfield Mr. F. Oldfield Mr. & Mrs. A. Oldfield Mr. & Mrs. N. Oldham

Mr. D. Parker Mr. 7.0. L. Parkin Mr. I. Parkin Mr. li. Parr Mrs. A. Peace Mrs. C. Pearce Mr. C. Pearce Mr. J. L. Pearson Mr. Edgar Pearson Mr. Pearson Mrs. M. Peace Mrs. H. H. Pearson Mr. & Mrs. N. Pennington Mr. F. Pestell Mr. Frank Philipps

Miss E. Phillips Miss B. Pickles Mr. B. Pickup Mr. G. Pike Mr. F. Pilling

Mrs. S. Pinder

Mr. F. Pickersgill Mrs. A. Platt Mrs. J. Plunkett Mrs. Powell Mrs. H. Pontefract Mrs. H. Pollard Mr. & Mrs. Pownall Miss P. Preston

Mr. Alfred Quarmby Mrs. L. Quarmby Mrs. W. H. Quarmby

Mrs. D. Ramsden Mr. N. Ramsden Mr. J. H. Rayner Mr. & Mrs. W. Mr. H. Reynard Major J. Reynold Mrs. V. Rhodes Mr. Gerald Rhodes Mrs. D. Richardson Mr. W. H, Richardson

Mr. A. Rippon Miss B. Roberts Mr. R. D. Roberts Mrs. A. Robertshaw Mr. A. Robinson Mr. C. Robinson Mr. Frank Robinson Mr. G. Robinson Mr. H. Rodgers, J.P. Mr. Oliver Rodgers, J.P. Mr. S. Roebuck Mr. H. Rothery Mr. Wm. S. Rotton Mr. F. H. Russel

Mr. & Mrs. H. F. Sanderson Miss M. Scaife Miss A. Schofield Mr. & Mrs. D. Schofield Mr. & Mrs. J. Schofield Mr. J. T. Schofield Mrs. V. Schofield Mrs. K. Scott Mr. & Mrs. E. Sellers Mr. & Mrs. C. Senior Mr. Maurice Senior Mrs. E. Senior Mr. A. E. Senior (Junior) Mr. A. E. Senior (Senior) Mr. P. Senior Mr. & Mrs. Edric Shaw

Mrs. Edith Shaw Mr. F. E. Shaw Mr. Lawrence Shaw Mrs. M. M. Shaw Mr. C. H. Shaw Miss D. Shaw Mrs. W. Shaw Mr. D. B. Sheard Mrs. E. H. Sheard Mr. I. Silverwood Mr. & Mrs. J. Singleton Mrs. A. Slater Mr. B. G. Silver r. J. Woods Smith Miss A. Smith

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Mr. N. Smith Mr. Benj. Smith Miss H. Smith Mr. G. W. Smith Mrs. M. Smith Miss P. Smith Miss C, Smith Mr. W. Smith Mr. L. Sowden Mrs. Gertrude Spencer Mrs. H. Spencer Mrs. B. Stancliffe Mrs. E. Starkey Mr. Jack Starkey Mr. Morton Stead Mr. R. Steele Mr. & Mrs. S. Stead Mr. C. G. Stephenson Mrs. R. Stockwell Mr. A. E. Stockwell Mr. Wilfred Stoker Mr. A. F. Stott Mrs. J. E. Street Miss E. Street Mr. & Mrs. S. Stringer Mrs. P. Styan Miss S. Sugden Miss P. B. Sunderland Mr. & Mrs. E. Sunderland Mr. & Mrs. L. Sunderland Mrs. D. Sutcliffe Mr. & Mrs. H. Swallow

Miss M, L. Sykes Miss L, Sykes Mr. A. Sykes Mr. F. Sykes Mrs. A. Sykes Miss A. Sykes Mr. Frank Sykes Mr. S. Swallow

Mr. H.-W. A. Taphouse Mr. & Mrs. R. H. Taylor Mrs. M. Taylor Mr. H. Taylor Mrs. P. Taylor Mr. S. C. Taylor Mrs. J. B. Taylor Mr. J. S. Taytor Mr. E. Taylor Mr. G. Tattersall Mr. H. Teale Mr. R. Telford Mr. R. Thewlis Mr. G, L. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Thornton

Mr. Ww. a. Thornton Mr. W. Thompson Mrs. N. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. S. E. Thorpe Mr. & Mrs. F. H. Threapleton Mr. W. Tinsley Mrs. C. Tolson Mr. & Mrs. A. H. Townend Mrs. A. K. Townend Mr. D. L. Townend Miss E. Townend Miss M. Townend Mrs. V. Townsend Mr. C. Townend Mrs. D. J. Traynor Miss I. M. Turner Mrs. N. Turner

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Mr. W. S. Turner

Mrs. F. Vickerman Mrs. Valentine

Mr. N. Wadsworth Mr. R. Wadsworth Mrs. W. Wagstaff Miss N. Waite Mr. W. Wainhouse Mr. H. Wakefield Madame K. Walkden Mr. J. P. Walkden Mrs. A. L. Walker Mrs. D. Walker Mr. James Walker Mrs. D. Walker Mrs. H. Walker Counc. Thos. Walker Mr. G. F. Walker Mr, S. Walker Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Walker Mr. C. Walshaw Mr. & Mrs. C. Ware Mr. & Mrs. P. Warburton Mrs. E. M. Ward Miss M. Waring Miss M. Warrington Mr. C. J. Warr:ngton

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Mr

. FE. R. Webster

Miss Z. J. Webster Mrs. C. Webster

Mr Mr Mr Mr

. Wilfred Webster . G. Webster . H. R. Webb . & Mrs. J. B. Wedgewood

Mr. G. Wells

Mr

. E. Westerby

Mr. R. Whitaker Miss E. White

Mr Mr

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Mrs. E. Whitfield

Mr

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Miss M. Whitehead

Mr Mr Mr

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Mrs. E. White Miss E. Whittaker

. F. Whiteley . E. B. Whittle . J. Whitwam

Mrs. W. Whitwam Miss M. Whitwam Mrs. F. Whitwam Miss M. K. Whitwam

. J. Wilkinson . N. Wilkinson s. P. Wilson . F. Wilson

The

Mr. E. M. Wilson Mr. A. Wimpenny Counc. N. Wimpenny Mr. & Mrs. H. Windle Mr. J. Winterbottom Mr. & Mrs. E. Woffenden Miss B. Woffenden Mr. W. Wood Mrs. E. Wood Counc. R. Wood Mrs. H. Wood

Mr. G. C. Wood Mr. Irvin Wood Mrs. J. Wood Miss D. Woodhead Mr. J. Woodhead Mr. A. S. Woolhouse Mr. H. Woollin Mr. & Mrs. L: C. Worghs Miss M. Wrigley Miss L. Wrigley

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT.

RATEFUL acknowledgement is hereby made by the Society of the services rendered by the. Officers, Members of the Council, Ladies’ Committee, Acting Members, Producer (Mr. R. D’Arcy Richards), Hon. Musical Director (Mr. Harry Gledhill, A.R.C.O., L.T.C.L.), Hon.. Dancing Mistress (Miss Marie Habron), Mr. Phillip Barrett (Proprietor) and Staff of the Theatre Royal, Hon. Accompanist (Mr. Denis Schofield), and Staff of the Rehearsal Rooms, Mr. Jas. F. Haigh (Pack Horse Hotel, the Society’s Headquarters), Councillor N. Lander (for ‘‘Make-up Materials ’’), Messrs. Kenneth Levell Ltd., Messrs. Greaves(for Photographs), Messrs. Whiteleys (for Wedding Cake), Messrs. Rushworths Ltd. (for Dress Stands) Messrs. A. Young & Co. (for Glass Ware) and all who have lent stage properties, the local and County Press, also the Advertisers in this Souvenir, to whom the attention of our Patrons and Members is respectfully directed. To each one, and to the Subscribers and the Public who have so generously supported the Production, as well as to many other friends who have kindly given assistance in various

ways, the Society accords its most hearty thanks.

Previous Production 3.

1912—‘‘ Les CLOCHES DE CORNEVILLE.”’ 1931—‘‘ TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT.”’ 1913—“ A CountRY GIRL.” RosE MARIE.”’ 1914—‘ San Toy.”’ 1933—“‘ Hit THE DECcK.”’ 1915—‘‘ A Runaway GIRL.” A CouNTRY GIRL.”’ DoroTHy.”’ 1935—“" Rio Rita.”’ 1919—‘ THE BELLE OF BRITTANY.”’ 1936—* SHow Boat.”’ Miss Hoox oF HOLLAND.”’ 1937—‘ THE MaIp OF THE 1921—‘‘ Our Miss GIBBs.”’ MOUNTAINS.” 1922—"" 1938—“‘ THE Lirac DomInNo.”’ * 1923— THE MOovusME.”’ 1939—‘ GLAMOROUS NIGHT.’’ 1924—‘‘ THE ARCADIANS.” © 1948— THE ARCADIANS.”’ 1925—‘ THe Litac DomInNo.”’ I 1949—‘‘ GOOD-NIGHT VIENNA.”’ 1926—‘‘ A WatLtz DREAM.” 1950—“ Hit THE DECK.”’ 1927—‘‘ MADAME POMPADOUR.”’ 1951— 1928—‘ SYBIL.”’ 1952—‘‘ GLAMOROUS NIGHT.”’ 1929—‘‘ THE SHOP GIRL.”’ THE GIRL

1930—‘‘ PRINCESS CHARMING.”’ Mz anp My

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