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April 2, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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a^^^^,^.^..^.^ a: ;^ a .»..^ . . . -- ^ - . , , ,. .... . . .,· ,,· . I r, Music "Membership ; Is Now 250 ·Canvass for Musical Group [ Continues; Ensemble ! Considered. "Bigger Membership--Better Con certs" is the slogan of the.carhpaign now being put on by the Mason City .Civic Music association this-week This is the fourth series of concerts to be presented next winter. _ If the citizens earnestly desire good music, then they will give un qualified support to this plan, which has been so successful in many oth er cities, it was announced by H , W Cost, Chicago representative. » "While membership in the asso ciation is by invitation, it is not pos sible for the workers to reach every pno and it is urged that those who are interested call at headquarters in the Hanford Hotel or call by phone 3797 or 3798,"-said Mr. Cost IThe junior membership has this year been reduced ~* to ' $2.50 and .much stress Is being put on this section of the audience, for it is an unusual opportunity for the younsj people to have presented to them the highest form of musical entertainment. Officers of the Mason City ·association are of the opinion thai if the membership is increased as planned, that it will be possible to ^present at least one. ensemble at- tiractiou." » _ A total of 230 members ; have signed up for next seaspu and each hour is bringing new reports to headquarters. A partial list of those already enrolled includes: * A. N, Anderson, Mary Ashland ,'JNeolene Barrett, Mildred Bente Edith Blissett, Ellis Bracken, Miss 'MaryjBullock, Mrs. H. L. Campbell . ..LueldmF, Carlton, Pauline J.'Cress ·Mrs. Irving. Curtis, Louise D aniel- ·Son, Miss Alma Davis, Gertrude .Decker, E. R. Dtmlop, Nellie Fahne- .stock,'Miss Alice Fennema C K -Geist, Mrs. W. E. Gildner, Mrs. R. "B. Girton, Sam Grow, Elizabeth Haal, W. Earl Hall, Mrs. Stanley Haynes, Mrs. Clyde Holbrook, Mrs. R. L. Jackson, Mrs. Charles Kaufman, -Marie Kober, Dr. R. F. KUDZ Thelma Larson, Miss Billie Lewis, Mrs. A. L,. Long, William McArthur, Mrs. M. D. McMichael, Gcr- aldine McNaughton, Jean Marsh Tina Martin, Lydia Barrette, Mrs Jay Beck, Miss Celma Beed R w Birdsall, Charlotte Blumensteili Mrs. Alice Brown, Mrs. William P. .Butler, Jennie Deyoc Campbell Mrs George M. Crabb, Doris Crabb Catherine Curtiss, Dr.'T\ E. Davidson, Earl Dean, Mrs.'Jacob Decker, Ethel M. Ehlers, Mrs.-G.'H Feldman, Don FItzGerald, O. A. George Mrs W. A. Gilmore, Dr. Helene Groff, Lenol-e Gulbransen, Mrs A ;:P-;, Hagierman, Mr. Hathorn, Mrs". -H C. Hines, Helen Holbrook. MASON CITY GLOBErGAZETTE APRIL 2 1931 CIVIC MUSIC AT TOLEDO T n l i n Ph°to·shows 2,500 persons making up an audience for the Civic Music* association concert at Toledo, Ohio. The ^campaign for memberships in the Mason City association is no»v on. H. C. Johnson, . Mrs. Roger Kirk Mrs A, H. Kohl, Don Kunz, Mrs. J H. Lepper, Kittle Lohr, Lee Lopmis Henrietta. McDermott, Mrs. H'arln MadMillan, Mrs. C. H. McNider, Ar cley,Marshall, C. G. Maudsley. May Miller, Nelle Moody, Mar garet Moody, L. A. Moore, Bes Mudgett, H. W. Odle, Judith Over by, Mrs. Corris Peake, Mary Hele Prehn, Kathryn Ramsey, Ethe Roberts, Mrs. A. M. Saug, Mrs. E S. Selby, Mrs. J. F, Shaible, 'Ea Smith, Ellen M. Smith, Merrill G Smith, Mrs. Scott S. Smith, Marj B. Spahr, Charles Starr, Rut Stevens, Marvel Stockburger, Mis Cora Sundell, Eleanor Taylor, C. B Tice, Cecelia Volkman, Mrs. Iron Webster, Dr. B. Raymond Weston W. S. Wilcox, Ruth G. Wilson Mary Woodworth, Miss Carol Starr Clara K. Fischer, Yvonne Stoddarc Mrs. O. A. Satter, B. J. Drummonc Mrs. W. H. Hoffman, Lester Milli gan, MY M. Mden, Mrs. Earl C Moore, Shad Morgan, Dede E. Mud gett, Mrs. O. C. Olin, F. W. Osmund Bon, Lulu F. Pearse, R". E. Prusia F. E. Reishus, S. L. Rugland, Ev. B. Scott, Vera Scney, Mrs. M. H Sims, Edna H. Smith, Marjorie B Smith, Mrs. N. J. Smith, Virginia Soukup, Mrs. C. K. Starr, Mrs. Ella Stevens, Agnes C. Stevenson, Erna Stoltcnberg, H. E. Swarner, Mrs Roe Thompson- Mrs. J. A. Van Mess, Mrs. F. J. 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