Charles L. Crabill spent part of his life as a policeman, and then worked for the state at a truck weighing station.
But early in his adult life, he wrote and produced a play called "Everybody's Hotel."
That's my Grandpa on the far left.
When we visited the Strasburg Museum during my latest visit to Virginia, we found that they had a copy of the playbill.
Unfortunately we don't seem to have a copy of the script. I wish I could read it!