Tuesday, July 17, 1928
Pepito, known as the “clown quince of humor,” sometimes was amusing and showed cleverness in hia use of a pair of wooden spoons and his ability to provide a doll with a head out of his fist and a little paint. His girl partner, whose name deserved mention*, showed astonishing ability as a contortionist and could fold herself into any number of fantastic shapes.
*Pepito’s unnamed girl partner was Margaret Janet Zettler, aka Joanne Perez.
Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 17, 1928, page 18.