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In Years Past

February 24, 2014
The Post-Journal

In 1914, a charming presentation of Fi-Fi Of The Toy Shop, was given Monday evening at the Lyric Theater in Jamestown under the auspices of St. Luke's legion. The story itself, and the manner in which it was staged, merited a greater attendance, although the theater was moderately well filled. Every member of the cast deserved to be commended on the excellent manner in which the play was carried out and for the alert attention and care which characterized their acting from start to finish. In the second act, the members of St. Luke's legion made a decided hit when they drilled to the lively and inspiring strains of Yankee Doodle Boy, and they were forced to respond to a number of encores.



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