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Kathryn Kinsey Ko. Coming To Defiance

Coming to Defiance after a five week's run in Marion and the past two weeks in Findlay the Kathryn Kinsey Ko. will open a week's engagement in their Tent Theatre at Kingsburg Park, Defiance, Monday evening, August 8th.

Everybody in these parts are aware that when the name Kinsey is mentioned with entertainment it is the guaranteed stamp of the greatest value in amusement offered today. Admission prices have been reduced for the Defiance engagement only when they will play for 10c to all. Think of it, two hours of fun and entertainment for 10c. You can't even tie it.

Heading the Kinsey cast this year is Kathryn Kinsey, her husband, Jimmie Travis and their little daughter, Patsy Kinsey Travis who is featured in new dancing and singing numbers. Ruby Rolland and Vayne Hart, the outstanding team direct from Hollywood, California, who were with the Kinseys two year ago are again featured this year. Other favorites you will see next Monday night are Paul Brady, Van V. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Val Balfour, Earle LaRoe, Peggy Lennox and the two veterans who have piloted the Kinsey show for the past 40 years, Beth Kinsey Miller and Frank F. Miller.

Opening play Monday night will be "Spite Bride". Laughs galore in this hit of hits. Other plays of the week: "Life Begins at 80", "The Wrong Bed", "Patsy Goes Places", "Strange Roommates", "Angel of Hell's Valley", "Ten Night In A Bar Room", "The Sap's Family" and others. One of the big features of the week is Eddie Mason's Big Country Store. Full details will be announced from the stage Monday evening for this added feature.

Remember it all comes to Defiance next Monday night and continues for 7 nights and the admission price is 10c for all. Don't miss the Kinseys in Defiance all next week.



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