News: Neillsville, Wis. (Opera House - 1 Nov 1928)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Rotnour, Axtel, Countrymen, Lawrence


----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) November 1, 1928


Neillsville (Opera House - 6 & 7 November 1928)


J. B. Rotnour Players - At Opera House next week Tuesday and Wednesday:


Ladies will be extended the usual free tickets for the opening play of J. B. Rotnour Players, at the Opera House next Tuesday evening.  The Heart Cry will be the first night’s production.  A story of The Man Who Came Back.  Since their last appearance here some new members have been added including the leading lady, Miss Mildred Axtel, and Floyd Countrymen and they also are vaudeville entertainers.  This engagement will be for two nights only, Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 6th and 7th.  The play for Wednesday night will be the latest of all farce comedies, The Wisconsin Flapper, and the author, John Lawrence, is one of the best.  Mr. Lawrence spends his summer vacation in the northern woods of Wisconsin, and recently completed his new farce comedy, The Wisconsin Flapper, and it has been leased to Mr. Rotnour for the northern territory and the state of Wisconsin.



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