A SHOW OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO FIESTA-GOERS IS THE . . .
The 1959 FALLEN ANGEL is the culmination of a long and highly
successful participation in Frontier Fiesta by Radio-Television and Journalism Majors. Involved in almost every show on the midway in years
past, the two organizations, Radio-TV Guild and Journalism Inc., join
to present one of the top shows in the 1959 Fiesta.
Two top Ten Acts from 1957-58, Buddy Perkins and Larry Berthelot; the director of the Number One show in 1957, Eric Jeter; and
Patsy Swayze, who has done the choreography for more first place
shows than anyone else, marks our presentation for this year.
We are quite proud of our canvas
location and the technical facilities
contained in it. We sincerely hope you
will enjoy our show, for it was created
with you, the Fiesta visitor, in mind.
Director Eric Jeter, right, confers with Choreographer
Larry Berthelot on last minute plans for the Angel.
Producers Don Whiteley
Directors Eric Jeter
Technical Director Bob Selby
Construction Jim McShan
Advertisements-Tickets Tim Alban
Public Relations Jan McMullan
Choreography Larry Barthelot
Music Tom Ahysen
and His Hi - Fi's
Sound Ken Walker
Costumes Nancy West
Office Staff Toni Trioli
Stage Manager Fisher Jones
Special Assistant Scotty Noxon
Faculty Sponsors Richard Albitz
Dr. Pat Welch
Special thanks to: KUHT, KUHF-FM,
Audio Center, George Collins, O. C.
Crossland, Jim Byrd, Caymore-Lee
Displays, Lamar High School, Patsy
Swayze School of Dance, Coffield
Warehouse Co., Bruce Movical.
SHADES OF SIN IN
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Sheriff Buddy Perkins
Kate Angel Beverly Dent
Slim Larry Berthelot
Gambler Mike Perkins
Millie Miles Cynthia Burke
Wells Fargo Dancers: Judy Naigle, Gene
Dahlia, Shirley Hamlett, Bob Dobesh,
Kaye Newman, Pat Harrison, Carolyn
Cocks, Buddy Sauer, Lynn Meador,
Fred Humbert, Robbie Woodard, Jerry
Fallen Angel Dancers: Merle Temple,
Vivian Count, Sandra Sheeker, June
Temperance Women: Mildred Duelberg,
Shirley Horelica, Ester Abadie, Nita
Bolger, Toni Trioli, Jeannie Bond.
Townsmen: Charles Gordy, Olin Cassel,
Mickey Weinberger, Lee Waggoner,
What a Life — Male lead Buddy Perkins receives mixed
emotions from Beverly Dent, left, and Cynthia Burke.
Town Square. An expectant Shawnee City awaits the arrival of the
Wells Fargo wagon. To the surprise
of the local gentry, a shocking situation arises when the wagon unloads
Kate Angel, new proprietress of the
Fallen Angel and pool hall empre-
sario. To the sheriff falls the duty
of running the pool hall out of town.
Fallen Angel Saloon. Act II finds
the sheriff forgetting his troubles in
Kate's Saloon. Kate soon dispells the
gloom and the local cowboys forget
the new-found controversy. As the
boys are enjoying themselves, the
Women's League marches on the
Saloon in opposition to the sinful
The show ends in a beautiful spectacle as good triumphs over evil and
peace return to Shawnee City.