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In Years Past

August 31, 2013
The Post-Journal

In 1913, the Lyric Theater would be opened Monday, Labor Day, under the management of Edward T. Connelly and performances would be given daily except Sunday. An unusually strong bill had been secured for the opening week, the headliner being The Candy Store Girls, with a cast of seven persons. This act was one continuous flow of music and fun and never failed to score a tremendous hit wherever it was presented.

 
 

 

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