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Numbered individuals: 1. Margaret Nicely; 2. Sally Yovell; 3. Etheh Whitten; 4. unidentified; 5. Eps Saunders; 6. Mary Kirby; 7. Ghady Cahes; 8; Ms. Glass; 9. Ms. Meador; 10. Vera Connor; 11. Mary McCarthy; 12. Maude Dodd; 13. Ms. ClarkNative Americans, left to right: Warren Holbert; Lilly Bober; unidentified; Ms. Ratliff; Ms. Reddon; Marie Ratliff; Lehia Briers; Gladys Coleman; Herman FredekingBack row, left to right: Frank Tomkies; Ashby Eubanks; Buster Coleman; Robert Garvey; Clarence Crookshanks; Robert Harford; unidentified; Roger Boley; unidentified; Robert Arrington; Jack HayesHigh hats, right side: Harry Wickline; Mr. Parker; Willie Meador; Scott Ford; Robert Kirby; Russell Turner; Jimmie Anderson
Postcard print of the theatre building.
"Kiwanis" cast on the stage.
The building, located on Ballengee Street, is advertising "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" playing that day.
Lona Richmond, left, and Betty Jane Arrington Angell, right, pose in front of the theatre on Ballengee Street.
Petrey pictured in front of the Ritz Theatre on Ballengee Street.
Street view of the building located on Ballengee Street. The theatre is advertising The Ten Commandments.
Pictured from left to right in the front is Earnett Cobb, Betty Jane Arrington Angell, and Lloyd Seldomridge. The two gentleman in the back are Homer Thrall, left, and Raymond W. Argabright. On the awning, above the group, reads, "The Gang's All Here".
Street view of the building located on Ballengee Street.