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March 29, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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J/ARCH 29 Bi 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINE Mbmen Voters Name /Iowa Cityan Leader at State Convention I ESTHERVILLE, March 29. U')-Mrs. Homer Cherrington of Iowa City today was re-elected president of the Iowa League of Women Voters at the annual convention. Mrs. John S. Nollen of Grinnell was named first vice president; Mrs. L, R. Elliott of DCS Mollies, second vice president; Mrs. Thomas Crocker of Ames, third vice president, and Mrs. Rosa Cunningham of Des Moines, fourth vice president. Mrs. Carl Mains of Des Moines was re-elected secretary, and Mrs. Ralph Ojemann of Iowa City was re-elected treasurer. A program of work and a budget was adopted at the meeting this morning. Unfinished business was completed, and committee reports adopted. The post convention board meeting was in session this afternoon following the convention's adjournment at noon. The league study is to be divided into six groups: International cooperation, efficiency in government, child welfare, education, government and economic welfare and legal status of women, according to the study plan adopted today. I '! bell trs "i S3 f L'S SPECIAL EASTER OFFERINGS! Values Beyond Expectations! FRIDAY and SATURDAY! EASTER DRESSES! A glorious collection of magnificent jacket styles in popular navy, exquisite rose and new blue! Also colorful one- piece models! Gorgeous fur- trimmed frocks! Stunning Spring prints on light or navy backgrounds! Dainty lingerie trimmings! Sleeves so different! Wonderful values! EASTER SUITS! Superb creations with marvelous full-length coats; The final word in Easter fashions! Beautifully tailored semi-fitted models! Smart windblown ideas! Novel sleeve treatments ! Stunning ascot ties or printed silk scarfs! Splendid quaiity tweeds or matelasse in navy, new blue, green, shrimp, tan, gold! 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Harriett Currle Has Lead. Harriett Currle, in the role of the "Infanta," gave a realistic portrayal of the little 12 year old princess about whom the entire play was centered. LeRoy Anderson, as the Fantastic, was the birthday gift presented to the Infanta. LcRoy was a living embodiment of the "funny little fantastic" who died while trying to please the Infanta with his dancing. Mary Jane Pauley, as the Duchess of Albuquerque and Charles Chenoweth in the role of Lord Chamberlain, were the guardians of the Infanta. Both vividly enacted their elderly roles. Friends Aid the Infanta. The Count of Tierra Nueva and Don Pedro of Arragon, portrayed by Frank Conway and Truman Cadwell, respectively, were two true friends of the Infanta and sincerely attempted to aid the 12 year old queen. Ralph Andcrberg and Otto Toppenburg, as the two pages, ably completed a well selected cast. "El Cristo," a religious drama, was the second play presented, and the roles, calling for expressive and moving tenderness, were more than satisfactorily characterized by the players. Gregory Is Outstanding. Tom Gregory, as the weakling Jose Valdez, gave what was, perhaps the outstanding performance of the entire evening, in an intensely emotional role. As the frightened candidate chosen by his people to represent El Cristo, Gregory aroused the sympathy of the entire audience as he waited in fear the crucifixion which awaited him. Bob, Bigg, Jose's uncle, Manuel, fulfilled the role of the gruff Valdez attempting to persuade his nephew to bear the crucifixion which was an established custom years ago in Mexico, Harold Grier anc Katherynne Trissel, as the parents of the cowardly Valded, sided with Manuel in attempting to persuade the "chicken-heart" to be El Cris to. 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