Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 24, 1948 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, July 24, 1948
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8 July 23, 1948 *"•» cu * cub«-c»i«ue, *•»•» city. i». Colorful Concerts Promised for Coming Week MRS. PAUL A. PETERSON PAUL V. NISSEN VOCALISTS THIS WEEK—Mrs. Paul A. Peterson will be vocal soloist at the Sunday night band concert in East park and Paul V. Nissen will sing the solos at the Wednesday night concert. Mrs. Peterson will sing 2 numbers to band accompaniment, "Nearer My God to Thee" and "The Rosary." Nissen has chosen for his selections, "Tea for Two" and "Baby Face." Paine Ends 2 Weeks of Leading Band The regular midweek concert was played in East park Wednesday night with Henry T. Paine conducting. It was the last of the 2 weeks series of concerts he has been directing in the absence of Conductor Carleton L. Stewart, who has been attending a band clinic at Denver, Colo. C. Robert Servison was featured as clarinet soloist and played "Prelude et Rigaudau." LeRoy Spurgeon sang the lilting "Dancing in the Dark" for his opening number and for a 2nd selection the rousing "I Love a Parade." The band offered among its selections 3 novel numbers. One cf these was a quaint piece with harpsicord effect, "Siciliano" by Bach. Another was a Morton Gould number, the fantastic "Deserted Ballroom." The group included the caprice, "Dance of the Honeybells," by Mantia. • A selection that came out of World war II, Berlin's "The Shrine of Saint Cecelia" and selections from Victor Herbert's "The Only Girl" were played. The Raines Will Visit New York City and Washington on Trip Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Paine left Thursday for Michigan City, Ind., where they will join Mr. Paine's father, E. H. Paine, and his aunt, Miss Gladys Paine, for a trip East to New York City and Washington, D. C. by automobile. They will attend the Lions International convention in New York City July 25-29 and then proceed to Washington, D. C. for a visit with Mrs. Paine's brother, Dr. L. E. Hoeck, who is on 4 he staff of Gallinger general hospital there. operatic offering was a ballet from Verdi's "Aida," consisting of 3 parts. The concert opened with the "Sells Floto Triumphal" march by King and closed with "Hail! Trojans, Hail" by Taylor. Encores included "Dance, Balle- expressed appreci- crowd for the co- rina, Dance." Mr. Paine ation to the operation given him at the concerts and announced that he was leaving Thursday for a 2 weeks' vacation trip east. Tell the Whole Story With CANDID WEDDING PHOTOS GERARD Photo Service Phone 1383 816 North Virginia LYONS Cleaners Launderers Furriers You are a WELCOME GUEST at BARON'S Shop in Cool Comfort For Women's and Children's Apparel In East Park on 2 Nights Stewart to Be Back as Regular Conductor The Mason City municipal band announces 2 colorful and varied concerts to be played in East park at 8 p. m. Sunday and Wednesday nights of this coming week. Conductor Carleton L. Stewart, who has been participating in a band clinic at Denver, Colo., the past 2 weeks, has returned and will again take over the direction of the band which was conducted during his absence by Henry T. Paine, assistant conductor. The first of the programs will present as vocal soloist with the band, Mrs. Paul A. Peterson, who will offer 2 selections, "Nearer My God to Thee" and "The Rosary." A cornet solo, "Concerto for Trumpet" will be played by David Perdue. Will Give "The Three Bears" An amusing novelty number is included in the list of band selections, "The Three Bears," with Conductor Stewart as narrator. Concert goers will also hear "Home Sweet Home the World Over" as arranged by Lampe. A modern number is Bennett's "Stormy Weather" and there is a paraphrase on "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise," an Alford arrangement. The program includes a waltz, "II Bacio," the overture, selections from the opera "Sylvia," "Force of Destiny," "Caribbean Fantasy" and 2 marches, "The Thunderer" by Sousa," opening the program, and the "Royal Decree" march, to be played at the close. At the midweek concert Paul V. Nissen will highlight the program as vocal soloist. He has chosen 2 modern numbers, "Tea for Two" and "Baby Face," the band accompanying. For the 'instrumental feature a cornet trio composed of David Perdue, Don Lomen and Wendell Stevens will play, the selection to be announced later. Perennial Favorites "Tropical" is a Morton Gould selection and there will be a trombone smear, "Kentucky Sunrise," by King. Perennial favorites include variations on "My Old Kentucky Home" and selections from Friml's "Vagabond King." The Wednesday program will open with "His Honor" march to be followed by Offenbach's overture," "Orpheus." There is a waltz number, "The Crimson Petal," and the operatic selections are from Verdi's "II Trovatore." Yankee Rhythm" as arranged by Lake is included and the march "Ciribiri- bim," closes this program. Alexander Borovsky will play excerpts from a new 2-hour piano work by Messiaen, "Vingt Regards sur 1'Enfant Jesus," at a recital in Carnegie Hall next November. BARITONE-EUPHONIUM PLAYERS IN MUNICIPAL BAND—Here is a close-up of the baritone-euphonium section of the municipal band. The 4 players are, from left, Mildred Kopecky, Donovan McDonough, Robert Jackson and Jack Bailey. Miss Kopecky has played with the band for a number of years both as soloist and first chair player. The daughter of Conductor John Kopecky of Clear Lake, she has this past Kiwanians Entertained by Soloists The Mason City Kiwanis club at its luncheon meeting at the Country club Thursday completed plans for participation in the inter- club golf tourney and dinner scheduled for Monday and then sat back to be entertained by 3 young soloists from the municipal band. Wendell Stevens of Plymouth played a cornet solo, "Flower Song," and Gerald Dean played a clarinet solo, the "Finale" from Mendelssohn's "Concerto," Opus 64." Both were accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Earl Dean. The 3rd soloist was Donovan McDonough, who played "Le Secret." He was accompanied by Mrs. Harlan Fort. All were luncheon guests of the club. The committee in charge of the golf and dinner meeting emphasized the necessity of a positive report from every member as to the dinner so that the guarantee can be given to the Country club Saturday noon. Cancellations may be made up until Monday noon. DAVID PERDUE WENDELL, STEVENS DON LOMEN IN CORNET TRIO AT WEDNESDAY CONCERT —These 3 members of the cornet section of the municipal band, David Perdue, Don Lomen and Wendell Stevens, will present a cornet trio at the Wednesday night concert in East park. They will announce their selection at the concert. On Sunday night Perdue will play a cornet solo, "Concerto for Trumpet." Free music is being offered to New York this summer by local 802 of the American Federation of Musicians. The musicians will be paid by the union out of funds de- rived from its recording and transcription royalty fund. According to the union, about 250,000 people will hear the programs. Tentatively scheduled are 675 performances at public schools veterans' and municipal hospitals homes for the aged and infirm and settlement houses. *year been instrumental music in- 1 structor of the Ventura schools and I will continue in that capacity when school opens this fall— nough no longer under the name if Kopecky, as announcement has lecn made of her plans to be mar- ied in August. McDonough will be a senior in ligh school this fall and has been ne of the outstanding members of the high school band, occupying iirst chair. He has entered as solo- st in the state music contests and has appeared as soloist in this umrner's concerts in East park. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. laude McDonough, 223 Crescent drive. Jackson is a student at the University of Iowa and this summer is employed as salesman for the Tent and Awning company here. While in the service he played in an army band unit for nearly 2 years He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Howard E. Jackson, 604 Vermon S. E. Bailey is one of the 4 musica sons of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bailey 1104 2nd S. W. All of them play the piano as well as their own in Otherwise a charge will be made, it was stated. The dinner is at 6:30 and the 9-hole golf tourney begins at 2 p. m. Entrants were asked to register with Ivan Barnes. , Attention was called to the opportunity for make-up attendance of members at the Covered Wagon next Monday noon. It was also pointed out that the local club held !nd place in attendance for division 2 in this district for the month of June. Francis Brouwer was in charge of the program and introduced the band soloists. President Dan G. Klempnauer presided. Jimmy Fields, Denver, Colo., was a guest of E. A. Andersen. Richard D. Pool was a guest of his father, Dr. Hardy Pool. The names in some of Idaho's mines tell a story, such as Slim Show, Whynot, Dirty Deuce, Humdinger, Ready Cash, Second Chance and Miner's Dream. dividual instruments. Jack was graduated from the Mason City high school this pring and plans to eiiter the University of Iowa this fall. RECEIVING DAILY... Our Latest Up-to-the-Minute FALL SPORT SHIRTS As Wei! as Pendleton Virgin Wools and Gabardines Also Hand Embroidered Wool Ties With Pheasant, Duck, Geese and Fish Designs DECKER BROTHERS The Ultimate in Lovely Flowers For Weddings For Anniversaries For Sick Room Gifts Correctly Arranged Moderately Priced Kemble's Greenhouse Flower Phone 55 Main Downtown Office Shop 1205 So. Fed. 115 No. Fed. Hamilton School of ' Commerce Mason City, Iowa Phone 945 BAND CONCERT SUNDAY, JULY 25 8 p. m. — East Park Conductor—Carleton L. Stewart Soloists—David Perdue, cornet; Mrs. Paul A. Peterson, vocal MAJOR FUNERAL HOME "Major Service Meets Your Need" • AIR or AUTO AMBULANCE PHONE 511 1. March, "The Thunderer" .... Sousa 2. Overture, "Force of Destiny" . . Verdi 3. Cornet solo, "Concerto for Trumpet" James (David Perdue) 4. Waltz, "II Bacio" ... Arditi 5. Selections from the opera, "Sylvia" . DelibeS 6. Paraphrase on "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise" . Arr. by Alford 7. "Caribbean Fantasy" Morrissey 8. Narration, "The Three Bears" . . . Long (Conductor Stewart, narrator) 9. "Home Sweet Home the World Over" Lampe 10. "Stormy Weather" (modern) . . Bennett 1 1. Vocal solos. "Nearer My God to Thee;" "The Rosary" (Mrs. Paul Arnold Peterson) 12. "Royal Decree" march English Enjoy One Today Sold in Your Neighborhood POPSICLES A Mighty Good 5c Treat BORDEN'S ICE CREAM Kl SCO ELECTRIC FLOOR FANS and ELECTRIC DESK FANS at KLIPTO Your Stationery Store 15 South Delaware BAND CONCERT WEDNESDAY, JULY 28 8 p. m. —— East Park Conductor—Carieton L. Stewart Vocal soloist, Paul V. Nissen; cornet trio, Perdue, Lomen, Stevens I.March, "His Honor" Fillmore 2. Overture, "Orpheus" .... Offenbach 3. Cornet trio, selected (David Perdue, Don Lomen, Wendell Stevens) 4. Waltz, 'The Crimson Petal" .... Jewell. 5. Smear, "Kentucky Sunrise" . . . King 6. Selections from the opera, " 11 Trovatore" Verdi 7. Variations on "My Old Kentucky Home" . . . Dalbey 8. Selections from the "Vagabond King" Friml 9. "Yankee Rhythm" .... Arr. by Lake 10. "Tropical" Gould 11. Vocal solos, "Tea for Two;" "Baby Face" (Paul V. Nissen) 12. March, "Ciribiribim" . . Pestalozza ORGAN Music's Richest Voice . . . ATSTCE MUSIC GO. = — VCKVTHINO IN.MUf 1C For Dependable Insurance See or Call The H. C. BROWN AGENCY 422 1st Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Phone 1019 • All Types of Insurance Written: Automobile, Fire, Tornado, Bonds, Accident, Compensation. FILMS Developed and Printed LEAVE FILMS AT YOUR DRUG STORE CO-MO PHOTO COMPANY Mason City Mason City Coca-Cola Bottling Co. For Fine FURS See Phone 788 Bros. 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