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CASCO BAY BREEZE Chebeague Mrs. Charles Worden. mother of Mr». D. C. Abbott, who has been visit!ng at her home for some time jast. returned to her home in Rye, N. Y., recently. Miss Ellen C. Abbott, one of the first women to take a Ph. D. at Yale college and who is now teacher of German at the Adelphia Academy, Brooklyn. N. Y., was visiting last week her brother. Rev. D. C. Ab bott. pastor of the M. E. church here. Peter Pan. or the boy who wouldn't grow up. Adapted to juvenile per formances by Harriet Lester Swee ny and Esther Denholm Cooke. To be given Friday. August seventeenth, at eight o'clock at The Golden Cross Hall, known as the High School. Pro ceeds to be given to local charity. We trust all who can will attend. Following is the cast: Peter Pan ... Harriet Lester Sweeny Mr. Darling Hart I^ester Harris Mrs. Darling .. Theodora B. Roberts Wendy Maria Angela Darling .... Esther Denholm Cooke John Napoleon Darling I J. Morgan Ash. Jr. Michael Nicholas Darling* Ambia H. Harris Nana, children's nurse H. Nelson Cooke. Jr. j Tinker Bell A Fairy Tootle* Hart Lester Harris Slightly Soiled. Theodora B. Roberts j Nibs Elizabeth M. Ash Curly Viola Bissell (Members of Peter's Band.) James Hook. Wm. Allen Harris. Jr. 8mee J. Harris Newell I Starkey J. Frederic Sweeny StarkeyCecco Cyril Bissell Mulllns Allen Cooke. Jr. Noodler Daniel I* Harris The story of Peter Pan is as fol lows: The three Darling children are tucked in their beds for the night by their mother, when Peter Pan. a lost boy who wants to hear stories, comes in at the window to And his shadow, which he left behind once as he was listening to Mrs. Darling telling bed-time stories to her chil dren. As he tries to put his shadow on. Wendy awakens and Peter tells her of the home where he lives and per suades the three children to go back with him. Little "Tinker Bell," who is Peter's fairy, is so jealous that she goes on ahead to tell the other'boys to shoot Wendy as phe flies to them. The arrow only wounds her and Peter and the boys are so glad to have her as tluir mother that they build for her the kind of house that she wants. Then all have such a happy time playing house under the ground, until Wendy thinks she should return home to her mother and asks all the boys to go with her. as they are returning the bad pi rates capture all the boys and 'Tinker Fell" tells Peter al>out It. bo that he starts to rescue them. All the children are on board the pirate ship and are to be drowned, tut Peter comes on board and saves them. Then he takes them safely to Mrs. Darling. Mrs. Darling asks Peter to live with them but he who wants to remain a little boy always and have fun. says he must live with the fairies. Then Mrs. Darling prom ises Peter that Wendy shall visit him once a year. Act I.—Our early days Inside the house. Act If.—The Never. Never Land. The house we built for Wendy. Act III.—Our under ground home. Act IV.—The Pirate Ship. Act V.—Scene 1, Inside the house. We return to our distracted mother. 8iene 2. A window In Wendy's house. Scene 3, The tree tops. Mr. S. M. Passano of the Massa chusetts Institute of Technology at Boston, Mass.. arrived on Friday last to join his wife and family for the remainder of the summer. This week the Summit. House has lost the n:ost enjoyable company of Mr. H. H. Lang of Montreal, Can., who spent a delightful vacation here with his wife and daughters. Mr. Lang left to attend to business af fairs. Mrs. Arnold of North Abington, , Mass.. is visiting at the cottage of Mrs. Armo \V. Glidden at the West End. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Floyde of Wakefield left for home on Thurs-, day last after spending a delightful outing of one week at the beautiful i summer home of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Sweetser, "The Outlook," on Sunset Road. Mr. Sweetser ac companied them to Boston where he remained to attend to business affairs until Saturday when he re turned home to the island. Miss De Angells Is visiting Miss Janet Howell at the West End. who is a classmate of hers at Bryn' Mawr. During the week Mr. J. W. McCon neii of Montreal left the Summit House after spending a most delight ful vacation for the past several weeks. He will be greatly missed by the guests here as he furnished much amusement for his friends, which he made during his stay here. A party of four young misses of New York City consisting of Miss Edith M. Ranchfuss, Miss S. Camp bell. Miss Holland and Miss Camp bell, arrived on Sunday last to spend the next t^o weeks at the "Villa." Chebeague furnishes new scenery for them, this being their first visit, and no doubt they will enjoy a most de lightful sojourn with the fine oppor tunities for pleasure offered here. On Tuesday a party of guests at the "Bellevne" cottage were on a trip to Gurnet Bridge, where they had a shore dinner. The trip was made in a naphtha iaunch and a delightful day was spent. Those In the party were: Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Parker, Boston: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. C. Johnson. Brookline. Mass.; Mrs. H. J. Perkins and daughter Alice of Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lew is of Lynn. Mrs. E. J. Gwlllim and daughters. Elcott and Marlon, of Hyde Park; Miss Edith Robinson of Qulncy. Mass.. and Elliott Perkins of Springfield. As was anticipated. Mrs. A. J. Coun ty and son of St. Davids. Pa., who are here for the season at the Sum mlt House, hare been joined by Mr. County who has returned again. We are glad to welcome htm back al though his stay will be short. Mrs. T. E. Thompson entertained the West End colony at tea at her summer home here on Sunday after noon. A pleasant afternoon was passed, although the heavy rain last ed nearly all day. which made it hard for the cottagers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Chlsholm of Boston registered at the "Villa" Saturday last for an Indefinite so journ. Mr. Chlsholm will only be here a few days at a time as busi ness allows, but will visit as often as possible. An km st 1 Mrs. F. D. Hayden and daughter. Miss Elizabeth of Worces ter arrived here to spend their third season at the Island View cottage. Mr. Hayden who is detained at home on business expects to be here about August 18. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Duncan and ron Harold of Brooklyn. N. Y.. re turned to their home on Tuesday of last week after spending one month at "Cedarcroft" with Mrs. E. Flem ming. Mr. Duncan is engaged in the wholesale and retail grocery busi ness in that city. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Codding of Waltham. Mass.. and Mrs. Codding's two sisters. Miss Susie Parker of West Bedford and Miss Gertrude Parker of Waltham. are summering at Mr. Codding's new cottage at the Massachusetts Colony. Mr. George M. Parker of West Bedford who is Mrs. Codding's father and who is engaged in market gardening at his home, visited the family over Sunday last. Monday evening a concert was en Joyed by the guests of the Island View cottage in the parlor of the hou«e. Piano selections were finely rendered by Mr. Frank X. Stlcher of Maiden. while his son. Charles Stlcher, pleased the guests with nu merous trombone solos: A very pleasant evening was passed. Mrs. Just and Miss Helen Just of Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived on Wednes day of last week and will be here on the island until the middle of September at the home of Howard S. Hamilton. Mr. George S. Hicks and family of Waltham. Mass.. are occupying the new cottage of Charles E. Berry of Watertown. Mass.. at the Massachu (OVER) Children's Vaudeville Entertainment At Gem Theatre. Monday. Auk. 12. 2.45 P. M. in aid of the home for Friendless Boys. Tickets at regular Gem prices are now on sale at the Casco Bay Steam boat Co.'s ticket office. Tickets 25 cents including round trip on boat and admission. Reserved seats 10 and 15 cents additional. ALLEN SCHOOL FOR BOYS, West Hftwten, Mass. IVCRKTT S. JOMI*, MM MMTU. 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