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FOR YOUR NEXT BANQUET OR ENTERTAINMENT ARTHUR FOSTER An Expert in the Art of Humorous and Dramatic Narrative SOME RECENT ENGAGEMENTS Y. M. C. A. (West 23d Street Branch) New York City Y. M. C. A. (West 57th Street Branch) New York City Y. M. C. A. (West 125th Street Branch) New York City Y. M. C. A. (East 3d Street Branch) New York City Y. M. C. A. (Pennsylvania R. R. Branch) Philadelphia Y. M. C. A. (Germantown Branch) Philadelphia Y. M. C. A. (North Branch) Philadelphia Y. M. C. A. Orange, N. J. Y. M. C. A. Bayonne, N. J. Y. M. C. A. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Y. M. C. A. Yonkers, N. Y. Y. M. C. A. Norristown, Pa. Y. M. C. A. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Y. M. C. A. Fall River, Mass. Y. M. C. A. Paterson, N. J. Y. M. C. A. Montclair, N. J. ROTARY CLUB New Britain, Conn. ROTARY CLUB Scarsdale, N. Y. ROTARY CLUB Yonkers, N. Y. CALDWELL CLUB Caldwell. N. J. WESTCHESTER DEMOCRATIC CLUB New York City MERIDIAN CLUB Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION Summit, N. J. ATLAS ATHLETIC CLUB Harrison, N. J. KINGS COUNTY REPUBLICAN CLUB Brooklyn, N. Y. PASCACK WOMEN'S CLUB Park Ridge, N. J. HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Woodcliff Lake, N. J. AMERICAN LEGION Queens Village, N. Y. AMERICAN LEGION Park Ridge, N. J. HIGH SCHOOL Park Ridge, N. J. FIRE COMPANY Chappaqua, N. Y. FIRE COMPANY Pleasantville, N. Y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS (Lucullus Lodge) New York City MASONIC LODGE Schenectady, N. Y. MASONIC TEMPLE New York City FOREST RANGERS OF AMERICA Montclair, N. J. MONTCLAIR HIGH SCHOOL Montclair, N. J. ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS (North End Lodge) Newark, N. J. KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE Newark, N. J. THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY New York City THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY Philadelphia, Pa. THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY Newark, N. J. THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY Paterson, N. J. KARMA AND REINCARNATION LEGION New York City MEN'S CLUB, University Hts. Presby. Ch. New York City MEN'S CLUB, West Side M. E. Church Jersey City, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, Methodist Church Jamaica, N. Y. MEN'S CLUB, First Congregational Church Jersey City, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, Grace Episcopal Church Nutley, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, Reformed Church Nutley, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, St. John's Episcopal Church Newark, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, Park Hill Reformed Church Paterson, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, St. Paul's Methodist Church Newark, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, St. Luke's Episcopal Church Paterson, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, Franklin Street M. E. Church Newark, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, Christ Church East Orange, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, Methodist Episcopal Church Westwood, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, Trinity Church Irvington, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, Methodist Church Verona, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, West Side M. E. Church Jersey City, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, First M. E. Church Bayonne, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, Fifth Avenue Presby. Church Newark, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, First Congregational Church Montclair, N. J. MEN'S CLUB, North Reformed Church Newark, N. J. REFORMED CHURCH Park Ridge, N. J. ST. JAMES' M. E. CHURCH New York City CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH New York City LAFAYETTE AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Brooklyn, N. Y. FAIRFIELD REFORMED CHURCH Fairfield, N. J. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Wilkes-Barre, Pa. MORRISANIA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH New York City WESTCHESTER M. E. CHURCH New York City FORT GEORGE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH New York City METHODIST CHURCH Port Jervis, N. Y. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH Haledon, N. J. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sea Cliff, N. Y. RUTGERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH New York City KEEPING EVERLASTINGLY AT IT BRINGS SUCCESS. FROM THE P. R. R. BRANCH OF THE Y. M. C. A., PHILADELPHIA: I am taking this first opportunity since our Good Fellowship Week to express our sincere appreciation for the splendid program and service which you rendered during the week. You certainly played a very large part in making the affair a most enjoyable success. We are already planning another entertainment and we surely hope that it will fall on an open date for you so that we can have you with us again. —H. D. EMRICK, Executive Secretary. FROM THE Y. M. C. A. OF PHILADELPHIA, (Germantown Branch): At our Annual Ladies' Night you surely proved yourself to be a sure fire story teller. Next time we shall want you for an entire evening's entertainment. —WM. CROWN, General Secretary. FROM THE Y. M. C. A. OF FALL RIVER, MASS.: I wish to say that I appreciate very much the excellent program which you put on here under the most difficult conditions. All that you did was thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated by all who heard you. We are looking forward to booking you again the coming season. —L. W. CRANE, Secretary. FROM THE Y. M. C. A. OF PATERSON, N. J.: You surely did put over a fine program last evening in spite of the many obstacles. The young men whom you entertained for an hour and a half all voted to have you engaged again. —F. C. WOODS, Secretary. FROM THE Y. M. C. A. OF BAYONNE, N. J.: The Entertainment Committee certainly did not make a mistake when they engaged you for our Annual Ladies Night. You will hear from us again soon. —H. D. BRITTIN, Secretary. FROM THE Y. M. C. A., Poughkeepsie, N. Y.: The entertainment which you gave us here last evening was so pleasing to our members that we are planning to engage you again for next season. —L. H. SHAW, General Secretary. FROM THE Y. M. C. A. OF MONTCLAIR, N. J.: Let me say that we enjoyed your program immensely and that we can enthusiastically recommend you to any group that is looking for live entertainment. —WM. JENNY, Social Secretary. FROM THE Y. M. C. A., YONKERS, N. Y.: Our domitory men are still talking about the hour which you spent with them. They enjoyed your recital from 'Les Miserables' immensely. In your funny dialect stories and character impersonations you displayed most extraordinary versatility. We are looking forward with great pleasure to having you with us again on New Year's Day. —W. F. HASKETT, General Sec'y. FROM THE Y. M. C. A. OF WILKES-BARRE. PA. Our men enjoyed your entertainment greatly. We have heard many expressions of satisfaction from them. We shall he very glad to have you with us again in the very near future. —F. M. DEVENDORF, General Secretary. FROM THE PASCACK WOMEN'S CLUB OF BERGEN COUNTY, N. J.: I wish to thank you for all that you have done for the club. Your entertainment was perfect. You are the most natural reader I have ever heard. —MRS. M. H. THOMAS, President. FROM THE ROTARY CLUB OF YONKERS, N. Y.: Your program at our club was most pleasing and our members were delighted. The funny stories which you told were all new to us and your serious recital surely gave the men something to think about for a long while to come. —W. F. HASKETT, President. FROM THE CALDWELL MEN'S CLUB OF CALDWELL, N. J.: Your entertainment was most satisfactory. We want you again for the men's club of the Methodist Church here. FROM THE MEN'S CLUB OF THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH OF WESTWOOD, N. J.: I wish again to compliment you on the fine entertainment which you so ably rendered for us on last Friday evening. The men were all very much pleased, and we trust that we shall again have the pleasure of having you with us sometime in the fall. —JAMES MUSSON, President. FROM THE MEN'S CLUB OF THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF MONTCLAIR, N. J.: Your program is particularly appropriate for the men's clubs of churches and I am very glad indeed to recommend you most heartily to any such organizations. —W. C. COLBY, President. FROM THE MEN'S CLUB OF FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF NEWARK, N. J.: I enclose check in recognition of the pleasure which you afforded us at our meeting on April 15, and for which you have our sincere thanks. —E. T. FINDLEY, Treasurer. FROM THE MEN'S CLUB OF ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF PATERSON, N. J.: I certainly have not forgotten the very pleasant evening which you made possible when our club held its Annual Smoker last year. We are arranging to have another one this year and we want to be sure to have you on the program. —FRANK GASKILL, President. FROM THE MEN'S CLUB OF THE FIRST M. E. CHURCH OF BAYONNE, N. J.: I desire to express the appreciation of our club for your exceptional entertainment. Your program is certain to satisfy the most critical audience. We hope to have the pleasure of welcoming you again soon. —J. W. WALDRON, President. FROM THE MEN'S CLUB OF ST. PAUL'S M. E. CHURCH OF NEWARK, N. J.: I am taking this opportunity to express to you my sincere thanks for the fine entertainment which you gave the men of our club at their Annual Banquet on March 19th. Your entertainment deserves and receives the very highest recommendation. —E. F. CARRINGTON, President. FROM THE FAIRFIELD REFORMED CHURCH OF FAIRFIELD, N. J.: Your entire program was delightful, dignified and humorous. The dramatic selections were extremely well rendered and were a source of much pleasure and profit to the audience. We hope to offer you a return engagement soon. —L. L. LEAVER, Pastor. FROM THE WESTCHESTER M. E. CHURCH, NEW YORK CITY: We certainly enjoyed having you with us the other evening. The crowd here will welcome you when you come again. —A. L. FAUST, Pastor. FROM THE CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH OF WILKES-BARRE, PA.: The folks at our church enjoyed your program immensely. Everybody was well pleased and we greatly appreciated having you with us. —W. A. ROGERS, Supt. of S. S. FROM THE MEN'S CLUB OF GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF NUTLEY, N. J.: I have heard many entertainers and many excellent dramatic readers but I have never heard anything equal to your interpretation of 'Les Miserables.' Since you appeared here last week I have heard nothing but praise from the members of our club. We hope to have you with us again very soon. —H. A. COX, Chairman Entertainment Committee. FROM THE MEN'S CLUB OF THE METHODIST CHURCH OF PORT JERVIS, N. Y.: We desire to thank you for the excellent entertainment which you gave us on the occasion of our Annual Ladies' Night. It was decidedly different. We desire to make another engagement with you as soon as possible. —C. H. TURNER, Secretary. FROM THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL, CHURCH OF JAMAICA, N. Y.: The Men's Association of our church wish me to express our appreciation of your remarkable interpretation from 'Les Miserables,' which formed a fitting climax to your excellent humorous work. —E. P. WALLEY, Chairman Entertainment Committee.
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