As reported 52 years ago in the pages of The Columbia News, Thursday, Nov. 11, 1954:
Harlem's junior class will present a three-act play at 8 p.m. on Friday evening at the Harlem High School Auditorium.
The play, directed by Mrs. Gerald Carter, is entitled Lights Out, and it takes place on a weekend at an estate where several guests are invited. A young detective seeks to unravel the mystery surrounding the presence of each guest.
Admission to the play costs 25 and 50 cents, and those featured in the play are: Evelyn Reynolds, Virginia James, Pace Jordan, Rose Ann McNair, Sandra Powell, Larry Prather, Shirley Whitaker, William Swift, Richmond Harriss and Joe Cleve Harrison.
Navy man returns
Henry T. Gibson, a member of a detachment of the Navy's Photographic Squadron 62, and an aviation ordnanceman second class, has returned to Sanford, Fla., from an assignment in the Mediterranean.
The photo squadron is based at the Naval Auxiliary Station in Sanford and does mapping and reconnaissance missions.
Gibson, who attended Evans High School before entering the Navy in 1941, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Gibson of Evans and the husband of Frances E. Gibson.
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