George J. Lehrer. An article in the October 16, 1923 issue of the Sandusky Register reported that in the original Broadway production of The Acquittal George J. Lane was in the cast, under the stage name of Norman Lane.
The character of Madeline Winthrop was played by Maybelle Hinkey. The newspaper article stated that Miss Hinkey was “fully capable of playing this part”….which called for “wonderful repression of the emotions and great power to sustain dramatic situations.” In the play the character of Mr. Winthrop, played by Sam Cunningham was just acquitted of murder. Beryl Starr played the role of Mr. Winthrop’s secretary. Due to popular demand the performance played again on Thursday evening, so more area residents could see this popular play.
Hupmobile vehicles at 801 Hancock Street.
Monday, November 15, 2010
The Acquittal, presented by the Singara Grotto
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My dad had a 1937 Huppmobile, bought in the mid-1940's when used cars were in high demand because production for war materiel in WWII precluded making of new cars. Ours was most likely the last Hupp in town; it ran until the early 1950's. Our Hupp was bought from Smith Motors, the Buick dealer on W. Washington St. A neighbor, Frank Link (Sr.), was the manager at Smith Motors.
IN 1976 THE FIRST GIRL TO PLAY ON A BOYS ORGANIZED BASE BALL TEAM WAS JEANNIE HEROLD
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