The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 30, 1936 · Page 24
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April 30, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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? ! TWENTY-FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 30 1936 TOWN IN HANDS ; OF MUSICIANS It Takes State High School - Contest to Turn Io\ya City Upside Down. By DON DURIAN ~ Associated Press Staff Writer v IOWA CITY, UP--Like all university towns this city is almost inured to crowds and hilarity. Nothing short of a homecoming football game causes it to go off schedule for more than a day. Only the state high school music festival can turn it completely upside down. " The complete abandon of the music festival contestants is contagi- ous. Few native citizens or university students are completely immune to the carefree and uninhibited crowds of high school students swarming through the streets, playing on tin whistles, breaking sacks, shouting, and eating ice cream cones. At nono Wednesday the city had a population of 15,000, plus some 6,000 university students. Six hours later the population had increased 1,500. Thursday at least 3,000 more young musicians arrived. Special trains brought 500 contestants here last night from Boyden, Hull, Storm Lake, Sac City, Le Mars, Sheldon, Sioux Center and Sioux City. Seven special coaches will bring several hundred more today from Council Bluffs, Newton and Atlantic. Most of the others are coming in private cars and chartered buses. ° Before dismissing his 120 charges following their arrival here on the special train Wednesday night. rector M. T. Iverson of Central high, Sioux City, held a school of instruction. To impatient youngsters eager to begin circulating, he gave detailed instructions as to meeting places, practice schedules and conduct. One of the youngest, if' not the youngest contestant in the festival, is Donna Beth Rogers, clarinetist with the Sergeant Bluff band. She is 11, and in the sixth grade. Competing in the Class C band event Thursday morning were about 30 boys'from the Vinton school for the blind. They learned their music by having the notes dictated to them. Then the contest numbers were memorized. Because a few of the musicians can see enough to detect the shadow of a swinging baton, the band has a director. He is Ralph Young. The River room.of the Universal of Iowa memorial union has be come the treasure storehouse of th festival. More than 4,000 instru ments valued at several hundre thousand dollars were checked thcr last year. There is no rest for the official who run the festival. Prof. .Charle B. Righter, competition manage has ordered that all meals for him self and his staff be sent to hi headquarters. Prof. Bruce E. Mahan in charge of housing the contestant, takes his meals catch-as-catch-can and sleeps only after the last mu sician has been put to bed. Visitor From California. ORCHARD--Mrs. Ross Lang o Berkeley, Cal., is visiting her sister Mrs. Ed Sims, and husband. Mrs Anna Flynn of Minneapolis, Minn cousin of Pat and Ed, has also been visiting at their home. 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Waldorf Choir to Sing Home Concert; O t h e r Appearances Scheduled FOREST CITY--The Waldorf college a cappella choir will sing its annual home concert at the Inirnan- uel Lutheran church in Forest City Friday evening, May f, at 8 o'clock. The choir recently returned from its sixteenth annual concert tour which took them into Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. It included appearances in Osage, LeRoy, Janes ville, Rockford, three appearances in La Crosse, and four in Chicago. Last year the choir toured west ward as -far as the Black Hills of South Dakota. The choir is schedul ed to make several more appearances this spring. On Saturday May 2 it sings at Swea City. The text day Emmetsburg, Estherville ..ost Island and Graettinger will hear the Waldorf group. The closing irogram of the Iowa District Young 'eople's Luther league convention .t Lake Mills, Sunday evening, May 0, will include several numbers by the choir. The college baccalaureate ervices May 24, and commencement exercises on May 29, will mark the last appearance of the resent personnel of the choir, and or many it will be last time they wiil ing as members of the Waldorf cappella choir 'One Life to Live" to Be Convention Theme for District League LAKE. MILLS "One Life to Live" will be the. theme of the con- ention of the Iowa District of the Young.People's Luther league which will be .held at Lake Mills, May 8, , 10, according to an announcement made by S. R. Torgeson of Lake Mills, district president of the or- ·anization. The Rev. Walter Carlson of Noray, Iowa, will give the opening ermon Friday evening. On Satur- lay, group discussion on problems )f youth will be conducted. Two services will be held on Sunday, one at he Lutheran church, the other at the Lake Mills high school. In the afternoon the choral union concert will be presented, directed by Prof. Odvin 'Hagen of Forest City. The Rev. J. W. Ylvisaker will give a short message. A feature of the closing service .unday evening will be the concert o be given by the Waldorf college shoir of Forest City. 4 File Candidacies' for Offices in Howard CRESCO--Fourteen candidates ave filed for the various offices: upervisor, first district, H. J. Noak, democrat; A. H. Keune, Waler Fye, - republican; supervisor, econd district, L. I. Caffrey, demo- rat, Cresco; L. E. Sanborn, R. H. heney.'E. H. Baumgartner, repub- cans, all Lime Springs. County au- itor, John Musel, democrat, Creso; George L. Champlin, republican, ncumbent, Cresco. County attorney, eorge Mikesh, Cresco, democrat; . H. · Anderson, Cresco, republican ncumbent; clerk of courts, 3. Arhur Mulick, democrat, Cresco; uth A. Woo'dard,. incumbent, re- ublican, Cresco. 'County recorder, reasurer, coroner, not -yet filed. Will Open Grocery Store. ACKLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Earl hugar and son of Decorah spent om Sunday to Tuesday in Ackley ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. arry Shugar. 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