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F. M. S. Minstrels Program.

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Somebody Lied ....... Billy Gallaher and George Jordan. Gratitude ......................................... George Jordan. Final Chorus - "Rise, Shine" ......................... Company. Intermission Five Minutes. Part Second Olio - Overture and selections.......... F. M. S. Band. The Darktown High School: Scene - Darky School Room. An Ethiopian Travesty bubbling over with wit, humor and song. Introducing the popular song, "School Days Cast - Ed. Perry, W. Alford, Ernest Leland, Wm. Runner, Richard Tompson, Grier Quay, Bill Gallaher. Miss Pauline Russell, the child comedienne, in her charming little song and dance sketch - "Won't you be my Baby Boy?" The Musical Mokes In an eccentric and comical skit introducing many novel and difficult instruments: Scene - office of Mr. A Barne Stormer, Theatrical manager. Characters - A. Barne Stormer............... George Jordan. Mose Jackson.......... Billy Gallaher. Down on the levee A touch of Dixie Land in songs and dances peculiar to the Old South Scene - Wharf on the Mississippi. Case -- Uncle Remus George Jordan. Roustabouts, Plantation Darkeys and Pickannies - Billy Gallaher, Phil McNair, Richard Thompson, Ernest Leland, Ed. Perry, Preston Dye, Wm. Runner, W. Alford, Lawrence Talbott. Curtain rises promptly at 8 o'clock Special scenery by Gallaher & Jordan. Costumes by Madam Coustarde. Wigs, Mille, Philadelphia. Makeup accessories, Fishbourne & Son. Valley Virginia Print.