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Tri-Cities Little Theater performance of "What a Baby"
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A highlight in the season's dramatic entertainment was presented by the Tri-Cities Little Theater from the stage of the community building auditorium Thursday evening, April 2nd, when a talented group of artists staged a three-act comedy, "What a Baby", under the direction of George L. Keene. The comedy play was sponsored by the Baytown Humble Club as part of its program of free entertainment for Humble employees and the people of the community. The scene from the play staged in the community building. Left to right: Bill Dillenback, Carter Fuller (seated), Juanita Hodge, Max Levy, Leslie Pennington, Helen Broussard, Nonine Allen (seated) and Jack Hodge.
Appeared in Humble Bee on April 9, 1936.
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