Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 24, 1954 · Page 3
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 24, 1954
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Holy Family School Athletic Association CHUCK LENNAN BAKERY Swe*th»irt Breed FRANK J. ENBUSK CO. F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. On The Corner HARRER INSURANCE AGENCY "Le» Bob or Jerry do It" 11 Vi So. Federal Phone 321 FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION 324 Brick Tile Bldg. Phone 483 FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Mason City HAWKEYE SCHOOL SUPPLY CO. 3640 S. Federal Phone 4?6 HEIMENDINGER TRANSFER LINE *23'4»h Sf. S. W. Phone 1070 HERMANSON DAIRY PRODUCTS 810 N. D«Uw«r. Phone 644 JOHN GALLAGHER, INC. Pontiic Sales and Service JOHNSTONS FLOWERS 10 lit St. N. W. Phone 2500 KELLUM HOME INTERIORS 22 Isf 5f. S. £. Phone 1391 KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF CO. 15 S. Delaware Phone 45 LYONS CLEANERS 29 2nd S. W. Phone 400 MASON CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. The Pause That Refreshes MARSHALL"* SWIFT, INC, Cleaners, Launderers and Furrier* MBA PHARMACY Brick Tile Bldg. phone 425 MID-CONTINENT PETROLEUM CORP. Ml 1st St. N. W. Phone 452 MODE O'DAY CORP. Manufacturers of Lingerie, Blouses Dresses RAY E. PAULEY CO., INC: 425 5; Federal Phone 943 PAYNE WALLPAPER PAINT STORE Spred Satin Headquarters 2 Doors West of Postoffice PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. 2021st Sf. S. E. Phon* «1 ST. JOSEPH MERCY HOSPITAL and School of Nursing SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. Satisfaction Guaranteed STOYLES PRESS, INC. 123 1st St. S. E. Phone 547 THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP 9 E. State St. Phon« 180 TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 29 2nd St. S. E. Phone 3910 WAGNER COAL CO. 323 4th S. W. Phon« 9U WEST TRUCK LINE 125 N. Jackson Phone 1471 . UNITED HOME BANK · and Trust C«.' A HOME TALENT SHOW WITH A CAST OF MORE THAN 100 PEOPLE 5th Annual... 7954 Musical Darktown VARIETIES 3 Shows-In-One . . . Consisting of MUSICAL COMEDY + VAUDEVILLE + DRAMA Sundav-AAondav-T FEBRUARY 28, MARCH 1 - 2 CURTAIN TIME 8:15 P. M. d MASON CITY HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM. I t Paul McAuley Joe Simon Don Helbling Harry Ross Bobby Griggs ORCHESTRA Bobby Griggs, Charles Busch, Wm. Nicholas, Frank Bickford, Earl Cawley, Wayne Pringle, Richard Dean, Allen Dean, Mrs. Mabel Kelso, Mrs. Robert Shultz, Peter Erlendson, Donald Diehl, Douglas McAuley. CHORUS for VARIETIES Karen McCauley, Mary Ellen Johnson, Julia Vega, Syl Vega, Rosin McDaid, Carmel McDaid, Kay McDaid, Barbara True, Mrs. George Dwan, Gene Holt/Jack Venechuck, Gene Kramer, Tom Joynt, Maurice Hickey, Bob Mallsbury, James McGowan, Bob Brunson, Helmer Kapplinger, Don Helbling, Wallace Smith, Ann Maskarina, Michaela Lannon, Virginia Courchane, Loraletta Austin, Janice Budzius, Mary Winger, Mary Kay Wiltgen, Freida Polansky, Lou Chambers, Margie Boutelle. DANCERS for VARIETIES Jerry Alstott, Darryl Murray, Tom Brunson, Jerry CahJM, Tom Joynt, Robert Mallsbury, Tom Huffstetter, Carlos Mefendex, Gary Nolrerieke, Mrs. Jock Venechuck, Kathy Doyle, Ida Tanner, Alice Fitzgerald, Marlene Becker, Mary Lou Quinrero, Dixie Austin, Karhy Murray, Sue Wormhoudt, Margie Boutelle, Marsha Hansen and Chardette Billman. ALL TICKETS RESERVED. .. $ 1.06* NO TAX TICKETS ARE ON SALE AT: B O Rexall Drug; Casey Rcxall Drug; Engler Drug Co.; M. B. A. Pharmacy; St. Clair-Starks; Vance Music Co. and the Corner Drug in Clear Lake CHILDREN'S MATINEE SUNDAY AFTERNOON -- 2:30 P. M. -- TICKETS AT DOOR 50£ 'Children «r« w«lcom* »t night p»rform»ne« but du« to th« d«m«nd for iickott th«y will h*v«.to hold adult rtMrvationi for night performances. *NOTE: R«s«rvaliont will b. mad* at Vanca Mu«tc Co. Fab. 23 thru March 2, 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. All tolophono ptckod up by 5 P. M. on th. day th«y ar. mabrf. Mail ord.r rts.rvatlon, accopfd If accompanlod b? c h k "COUPLA-SWELLS" George Lindohl and Joan Nolterieke ' "STRANGER IN PARADISE" ' James Grell and Ann Good and Chorus "LOUISA" Paul McAuley and Elgene Kurtz and Chorus "SITTIN' ON TOP OF THE WORLD" Joe Simon "WE COVER EVERY AGE" George Lindahl, Paul McAuley and James Maxcy "RHAPSODY IN BLUE" Jerry Burneson at the Piano assisted by the Chorus and Ballet Ensemble "ANGEL CHILD" Harry Ross and Mary Beth Sartor "I'M GONNA LIVE FOREVER" Don Helbling, Helmer Kapplinger, Jack Johnson "GETTING TO KNOW YOU" Mrs. Robert Gettman Ml "MEMORY LANE' Tom Walters, Harry Ross, Elgens Kurtz and Mrs. Robert Gettman urn 'I'M JUST WILD ABOUT HARRY" Tom Paftee and Mrs. Dorothy Wilson "HARRIGAN" . . . ' "Yankee Doodle Boy" "It s A WisKiip World" Harry Ross'and Jack: Johnson

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