Fifty Skaters To Give Show For Polio Fund

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This story was published in the Feb. 11, 1952, edition of the Lewiston Tribune.

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About 50 skaters will participate in an hour and 15-minute march of dimes benefit roller skating floor show at Skateland, 1203 Idaho St., tonight, according to George H. Williams, Lewiston, producer.

Vickie Johansson and Tommy Williams will open the benefit show with an introduction, followed by a grand march of dimes performed by the junior skaters. Other events, in order, are:

Circle waltz, Glenna Gale, Carl Nash, Janet Williams, Neal Ketchersid, Robena Miller, Melvin Mills, Sandy Williams, Delbert Newcomb, Jeannette McNamee, Eugene Busch, Carol Griffin and Gordon Diehl.

Quick step pair — Janet Williams and Shirley Kuder.

Spinning Sexavions — Joy Hewett, John Watson, Eunice Deyo and Neil Williams.

‘Family Picnic’ Featured

Family picnic — Entire cast.

Fourteen-step block (trios) — Shirley Kuder, Sandy Williams, Delbert Newcomb, Joy Hewett, Eunice Deyo and John Watson.

Three Stooges — Gordon Diehl, Skip Hamilton and Neil Williams.

Solo, free style — Kay Halladay.

Collegiate march medley — Same cast as the circle waltz.

Novelty dance (pair) — Kay Halladay and Gordon Diehl.

Fox trot and tango — Shirley Kuder, Sandy Williams and Fred Long.

Solo, free style — Shirley Kuder.

A grand finale will end the show.

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