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Winona Literary Society Entertainment.
March 15, 1918. JULIA STANDS UP, President. The Wiuona literary society gave a public entertainment on March 15th. The girls acquitted themselves with great success. Every number on the program was carried out well. Our girls are really getting to be clever entertainers. The program they gave was as follows: Address of Welcome, Anna Yellow Thunder Songs, Long Long Ago, and Oh, Dear! What Can The Matter Be Society Recitation, He Did It, Bessie Little Killer The Rubber Neck Drill, Rosa Milk, Nellie High Crane, Mable Little Killer, Jennie R. Deer, Victoria and Elizabeth Little Bull, Lena Nelson, Lottie Bissonette, and Mabel Runs Against Dialogue, Styles in Hair Dressing, Victoria Holy Rock, Daisy Crazy Ghost, Bessie Brings, and Fannie Running Shield Exercise, Food Conservation, Mattie Bad Wound, Katie Weir, Lena Iron Tail, Lottie Big Wolf, Martha Henry, Anna Y. Thunder and Bessie Little Killer Recitation, Abon Ben Adhem, Bessie Red Owl Dialogue, Interviewing Servants, Rosa B. Necklace, Sophia I. Heart, Jennie Red Deer, Nellie H. Crane, Lena Nelson, and Victoria and Elizabeth Little Bull Recitation, Three Pairs of Overshoes, Katie Weir 23. Mrs. Jarleys Wax Figger Show, Mrs. Jarley: Julia Stands Up Attendants. Katie Weir, Lena Iron Tail, and Martha Henry Figgers: Sophia Iron Heart, Winnie Tail, Amelia Holy Cloud Bessie Brings, Sophia W. Coyote Nancy Sitting Bull, Victoria Holy Rock, Elsie Slow Bear Mattie Bad Wound, Rosa Bird Nicklace and Lucy Makes Shine Song, Flag of the Free, Society. Washington—Lincoln Program. The regular Lincoln-Washington program was given in the school auditorium on February 15. Though this was hastily prepared it proved to be one of the best programs that the school has given for some time. The work of the children who par ticipated was very creditable. The program was as follows: Song—"There Are Many Flags," School Recitation—"Your Flag and My Flag," Willie Cottier Recitation—"The Washington Elm," Fannie Runing Shield Dialogue—"Like Washington," Antoine Allman & Oscar Milk Recitation—"Washington and Lin coln," John Lee Exercise—"Our Colors," Six First Grade Girls Exercise—"A Military Drill," Eleven 4 A Boys Dialogue—"Betsy and the Flag," Elizabeth Iron Heart, Moses Little Hawk, Howard Wounded Horse Exercise—"The Difference," Silas Juming Bull, Silas White Dress, (Continued on page 26.) mmm IIIHUUPWW mm*