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WETTO ID mm AT MOTHER* AND DAt'Gtftfiflg fO '.'stoektoti. III., Mar. adians i for the annual mother antf daughter Baflquet to be held at the Stock-ton Kigft school auditorium on Taiesday, MalK 29, are ne&rihg completion. Kir's, fi. P. OlAUs, who to chairman tit the pro,gfam committee ha« an* ttp;u<nc«! th£ fdHofttfrtg p.rofera'n}, with Mtes V«>a V, Whft« as toast- mlstoessi ...,..,. < pjocesslonal-^liUss Rachel Igelsler. ' Invocation— Miss V-lrgJhta Farley, ' Welcome— Mrs. Stanley Birdsafl. ' -Response— Miss Jeanette Hughes. *'Musie, ""In My Garden," "I Would B6 T?rue"— Sextet. ' Buildln' a Home— Miss Oreecence Niemeyer. :< Address— Mrs. H. L. Heer. 'Perfect Day^-Qroup. "Preparations are being made to accommodate 25'<T persons. Persons deslrirjg to tafee a high school girl, r wishing t® attfeno TO' 16 SjShmWfc br Mfes filheY'Afeftef HOI ratftjr of fhft weeft, of flnHl » fescrvaaons are made. Start ffftck PfAotle* Coach Everett Shaffer announced the first track practice this week arid more than forty boys reported for practice. The new track is creating considerable interest in the spot* and several meets will be held at S'tocKton this year, the schedule is only partly comoleted but the open dates will be filled in a short time. Following is the schedule thus far: Api*l 1, cla« meet; April 8, fiena, here; April 15, invitational meet here; April 26, open; April 29, Open; May 8. open; May 14, district meet; May 21, state meet. Plans are being completed for the Meond invitational wrestling meet to be held at Stockton high school ,ort Friday, April l, teams from Hanover, Elizabeth, Savanna, and 'Stockton have entered. This shoura produce another Interesting meet tyhleh the fans will enjoy as they did the meet last year, Broadcast Over WKBB A series of radio broadcasts are being sponsored by the schools of Jo Davless county over station WKBB, at Dubuque, la. The programs will be heard on Saturday afternoons at 4 o'clock. Each week one of the schools of the county will sponsor a program, the purpose of which will be to betteY acquaint he public with the work of the ehools. On Sunday, March 27,. _, njftu RCH06I fnil •*«wx,**v tfie Mibjett of rt Afrtff»ftum w Oft Apm 9, ffaasvW Hfgh school will -*--1 m gtiblett Of ft H6fH8 f«d ..—.-j," The thret rWHiinififc ftm- data ffi April wilt be awigned to other schools m the county who will choose their topics from such sifb- jepla M shop work, commefeifti, education health and journalism. The program for March 2? ii being sponsored by Wilder Fay arid boys selected from his class in agriculture. The nature of the program will be a Future Farmers' meeting and reports will be given on the various project* that the boys are working on. Calendar of event* fof Stockton high school. 1 Saturday, March 3«—Wrestling meet at Durand, Sunday., March 27—Agriculture broadcast over,WKBB a$ 4 o'clock. Tuesday, March 29—Mother and daughter banquet. Thursday, March 91—Class feradfr meet. Friday, April 1—Invitational wrestling meet, Saturday, April 9—-Sub-district vocal contest at Polo. Thursday, April 14~Dlstricfc commercial contest. April 16-1'9—spring vacation. The Stockton high school auditorium was filled to capacity last evening when several hundred people gathered there to enjoy the annual concert presented by the Stockton high school glee club under the direction of Don Clikeman. The presentation was proclaimed a decided success as Is the usual comment on the glee club. a

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 23 Mar 1938, Wed,
  3. Page 16

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