Home-talent theatrical news from the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), January 25, 1923:
The Womanless Wedding.
The American Legion James Harvey Hughes Post of Skidmore will present a home talent play entitled “A Womanless Wedding,” at the Royal Hall next Thursday night, February 1st. If you have never seen a wedding where the woman was excluded, come out Thursday evening.
Immediately after the wedding there will be a feast and lots of amusements. See the ad on the back page of this issue.
Advertisement reads: “The American Legion James Harvey Hughes Post, No. 267, Skidmore, Missouri presents The Womanless Wedding. A Rip Roaring Comedy, Made for Laughing Purposes Only. Thursday Night, February 1, 1923 at the Royal Hall.” The ad goes on to list the cast members: J. S. Barrett, Cy Argo, Van Goslee, F. H. Barrett, A. C. Dodds, Rev. McClain, C. C. Stevens, Vernon Barrett, Leon Bagby, Glen Stevens, Ham Bramble, Fred Barrett, James Weddle, Jr., Harry Bunny, Rev. Cokely, Harry Worl, Floyd Barrett, Tom Culley, Prof. Caldwell, George Manchester, Chas. McDaniel, J. O. Miller, D. K. Robbins, Johnny Reynolds, Ralph Wright, Everett Pierpoint, Homer Beverlin, George Patterson, Milt Stovall, Albert Linville, R. B. Foster, Vernon Ward, Floyd Shell, L. W. Garnett, Denton Peoples, E. A. Cox, Adrain Hoblitzell, Alex Wells, Art Hill, Jno. Aldridge, Harry Mitchell, Jno. Bodle, George Beverlin, Everett Long, and Mervyn Horn. Tickets to the show were 25 and 35 cents.