Harold Hove of Winger is cast in the role of John Cartaret in "Smilin' Through," a dramatic comedy which will be presented by the Hamline University Players Saturday in the Little Theater, St. Paul.
Photo, from left to right: Betty Lunde, Kenneth Mortenson
Caption: Lunde & Mortenson
Beneath: ...dramatic coach at Hamline University, St. Paul, is directing a student production of "Smilin' Thru" which will be given before the Christmas holidays.
TWO OF FAMILY IN COLLEGE PLAY
Photo, from left to right: Hazel Mortenson, Kenneth Mortenson
Beneath: Brother and sister, Kenneth and Hazel Mortenson of Sauk Center, will have important roles when the Hamline Players, under the direction of Miss Anne Simley, present Allan Langdon Martin's "Smilin' Through" at Hamline university Saturday evening. They are sophomores at Hamline.
IN HAMLINE DRAMA
Photo: Hazel Mortenson
Caption: Photo by Eldredge.
Beneath: MISS HAZEL MORTENSON.
In a special performance of "Smilin' Through," given by the Hamline University Players for graduating seniors of the city high schools Monday evening in the Little Theater on the Hamline campus Miss Hazel Mortensen played the part of Moonyean. Other students who aided in the production were Messrs. Kenneth Mortenson, Franz Weber, Homer Elford and Miss Betty Lunde.
HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS WILL SEE PIPER PLAY
Seniors from high schools in the Twin Cities, numbering two hundred and fifty, will be guests of Hamline university Monday evening at a presentation of "Smilin' Through" by the Hamline players under the direction of Miss Anne Simley. The performance will be given in the Little theatre on the campus.
The acting drama class has made the stage set and costumes.
The Hamline University choir, under the direction of John. M. Kuypers, and assisted by Marion Austin Dunn, of the department of music, will present a program of Christmas music at the Hennepin Avenue Methodist Episcopal church in Minneapolis this morning at the Hamline Methodist Episcopal church this evening.