Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Talented Tuesday: Play Presented by the Perkins Dramatic Club

An article in the April 26, 1929 issue of the Sandusky Register reported that the play "Poor Father" was to be presented soon at the Perkins M.E. Church. They play was put on by the Perkins Dramatic Club. Several relatives of mine were in the play, including my grandparents, Doris (Wheeler) and Steen Parker.

My great Uncle Glenn and great Aunt Florence Parker were also in the play.

Also appearing in "Poor Father" was Clifford Lindsley, who was a brother of Aunt Florence, and also a dear family friend. He is seen below talking with my Uncle Paul Parker, in the 1950s. (Paul is on the left; Cliff is on the right.)

What fun it would be to so an old home movie of "Poor Father" from 1929!

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