Friday, February 24, 2012

Wyatt Scrapbook - The Bible Defended

In November 2011, I purchased a scrapbook at an antiques mall in Carson, California. The scrapbook is believed to have belonged to Laurine Wyatt. I am transcribing the articles and documents contained in the scrapbook with the hope that it may be of value to genealogists who may be researching the individuals named.

This is one of the few items in the scrapbook that mentions Laurine Wyatt. In what I believe was a short play presented by the John L. Hill B.Y.P.U. (Baptist Young Peoples Union), she was cast in the role of a shop girl. Perhaps because she was a shop girl at Tinsley’s department store? Several of the surnames in the program are familiar from THE FIDELIAN, the class paper of the Fidelis Bible class of the First Baptist Churc



September 14, 1930

6:45 P.M.

in a

INTRODUCTION - Leola Schneider


DEFENDANT - Holy Bible

Angel - Ila Joyner

Magistrate - Frank H. Leavell

Prosecutor - Leola Schneider

The Spirit of Love - Bobbie Chambers

Education - Mrs. R. B. Brantley
Mother and Child - Mrs. W. O. Gray,
Mary Elizabeth Brantley
Business Man - C. E. Wood
Art - Elizabeth Denmark
Peasant Woman - Lucille Burgess
Science - R. B. Brantley
Shop Girl - Laurine Wyatt
A Passer-By - W. J. Issacs
Music - Mrs. Margaret Smith
An Industrial Worker - Vivian Leffler
Church - Mai Holt
Keeper of the Court - Frank Cummins”

© 2012 Denise Spurlock, Ancestral Trees Research

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