truman l in play 1939
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1939 ' THE GREELEY DAILY Fosston Has Program on Thurs. Night Fcrolon, Dec. 28.--A Chrtelinaa program program was given at the Commuuily hall Thursday evening by the FoMiou and East Fosston school children, before a lavgo audience. Miss Beulah McLeod and Miss Etholyn Pierce directing. Tile program was: "Silent Night," combined nchooli: ' - T h e ChriiHniao Creeling." Donald McCartney; "It's Almrat Christinas," Verne Klingenberg; Klingenberg; "A Lillle Mouse-," .Hobble.Arm- agost; play "Mrs. Santa Ctaus Comes I n t o Her Own/' Fosstou school; ."How Santa Claus Look,-!." Tommy Arnia- gCBt; "A Thoughtful Lad," William Young; "Tbe 'Crippled Dolly," Shirley McCartney; play, " T h e Cowboys Chrlotniaa," Bast Fosaton school, "A Christmas Story," Charlotte Klingen- beig; "Santa's Whiskers," Stanley Oass; "Tho Finn Christmac," Donald Aniiagrat; song, "Joy.to the JVorld," Kait Kosslon school; pluy. " A ' P l a n That Failed," Fooston school; "A Christmas Dream," Truman Lugar; "The Cliristmpd Carol," Dorothy Herrick; Herrick; "A Good Boy," Paul McCartney; "Tho Best Place," Barbavu Uass; pliiy, "liehir.d t h e Scene,} In Santa Laud." East Fosslon school. After the pvogiam Santa visited the group and distributed gilta from the trees and treats for all. Mils McLeod will op end thp Christmas Christmas vacation with relatives at Arcadia and Dannebrog, Neb., Mli Pierce will be with her parento near Briggsdale. Mrs. Boyd Thompson and Mrs. Lloyd Johnson ciitoi tallied the -Fuss- ton Woman's Club, Thursday, at an all clay meeting In the Johnrou home. Mrs. Gilberl Graff, Mrs. Bailey Avmn- gostand Mrs. G. W. Cass assisted with tho dinner. Tho club president called the meeting meeting to order for a short business ses- 6ioa at H o'clock, \yhen plans for Â£u- ttiro meetings were made and all necessary business \vas takeii up. After After a lovely dinner at noon, Mis. Graff, leader, had charge of the Cliristmco program consisting of ClirisUnan carols carols and Christmas ntorics by members, members, followed with a visit from Santa. Santa distributed gifts from a beautifully beautifully lighted tree, and presented the hostess shower of tea towels to Mrs. Thompson and Mis. Jobnson. Tho next meeting will be w i t h Balky ArmagoM ajld Mrs. C. B. Iler- rlek, Jan. 25, at the llerrk'i home. Fosston vicinity received almost an incli of snow Saturday morning. Kuner Kuner, Dec. 28.--Mr. and Mrs. Maurico Maurico Seibring left the f i r s t p a r week for Illinois where .'.hey will vfclt with relatives a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Starr left Friday for Kaunas -City, where they expect to make their f u t u r e home.