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 - Chorus of 53 Voices to Assist Players Monday...
Chorus of 53 Voices to Assist Players Monday Prizes Awarded At Hurley Card Party Singers Provide Musical Setting for Scenes in Modern Passion Play. A chorus and choir of £3 voices will assist the principals in the passion play "Calvary of Today" to be given by the Parish Flayers Monday night, February 27, at the Ironwocd Theatre, under the auspices of the Ironwood council Knights of Columbus, and directed by the Rev. Thomas Drengacz ol Wakeflrtd. The chorus is directed by Mrs. Carl O. Sandell and will sing three numbers "Adoramus Te," Dubois, "O Come and Mourn," Montani, "Ave Verum Corpus," Mozart. Bayne Cummins, who is accompanist for both the chorus and the women's choir, directs the latter group which will sing "Stabat Mater" at intervals throughout the performance. Depicts Christ'i Fusion The play is a fantasy, containing a mixture of modern and ancient settings, depicting the passion of Christ as inflicted by the sins of man. To accomplish this the writer, the Rev. Fred Lord of Oconcmowoc, has taken the life of a single man, involved in a serious automobile accident on Good Friday and taken to a hospital where the sins of his life, and their effects on the passion of Christ, pass through his consciousness, until, repenting, he dies'seeing in himself the person of the Good Thief. Tickets for the play are now on sale at all drug stores. The performance will be given at 8 o'clock Monday in specially built settings and with lighting effects obtained specially for the performance. Personnel of Chorus In the chorus are the following: Sopranos — Mary Roth, Emily Kopnick, Annabelle Pehovic, Josephine Dedo, Jeanette Borowskl, Julia Piasecki, Frances Wiercinski, Mrs. Anton Gust, Stephany Wesolowski, Josephine Skowronski, Rosemarie Mesich, Ann Perkovitch, Mrs. John Hampston. Altos—Mary Pachmayer, Regina Kichak, Marion Kichak, Mary Bacha, Julia Staszek, Margaret Jones, Loretta Manley and Gertrude Matisin.. Tenors — Stanley Drazgoski, D»vid Orbick, Leo Tousignant, James Sorarus, Frank Baluha. Bass — Alfred Chouinard, A. J. Houle, Philip Brannas, John Romano, Joseph Bobcanik and Jack Vida. The choir is composed of all women in the chorus. Prizes for a number of card games were awarded at the public card party given last night in St. Mary's church hall by the Catholic Woman's council, Hurley. Card! were in play at 28 tables and prizes were won by the following: Contract, Mrs. B. V. Van Stratum and James Sullivan; auction, Mrs. William Bertagnoli; five" hundred, Mrs. Roy Allen; schafskopf. Miss Gertrude Sybeldon; five hundred rummy, Mrs. James Mead and Anton Bugni; cribbage, Mrs. John Stremski and Alec Chesfcy; smear, John Bovich; cut prize, Mrs. Ella Hargraves. Guyer Sings With A Cappella Choir William Guyer of Ironwood Is a member of the Lawrence college a cappella choir, which appeared on the fourth artist series concert at She Lawrence college Memorial chapel Thursday, February 16. The group of 70 voices presented a program of religious, secular, and operatic music. This spring, the :hoir will make its annual concert iour throughout Wisconsin, visiting 1 the city of Minneapolis and others en route. .THE NEW, ANG THEATER Bittif EittrtJiiiiHt fif liti Mtw — HURLEY — 10< -15£ . 25? Matinee Daily At 2:30 Evenings At 6:45 & 9 Today & Tomorrow Attend Tonight or the Matinees and Miss the Thursday Crowd. Double Feature SHOWING FIRST— comedy of r and her

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  1. Ironwood Daily Globe,
  2. 22 Feb 1939, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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