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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN NORTHERN STARK COUNTY READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All VOL. 10—NO. 13. NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1932. $2.00 PER YEAR. PYTHIANS TO GREET ALLIANCE BROTHERS This Wednesday Evening Loyalty Lodge Will Play Host To a Numerous Delegation and Entertain Them In Regal Fashion In the Castle. OPEN WINTER PROGRAM Told Without Varnish liCLARENCE J. BROWN I JAY FESTERLY AGAINST ALL FRILLS h"<r When the Reformer Becomes a Tyrant By BEN LONG The first of a series of entertaining programs, arranged by Frank MeFad- den, Max Messerly and John Shook, will be held in the' castle hall of Loyalty lodge this Wednesday evening when the North Canton Knights of Pythias will be hosts to a large delegation of Knights belonging to the lodge in Alliance. THEY tell me that censors are at work in several cities and that they are "cleaning things up in theatres." Not having the facts, 1 am unable to say whether it is a public I duty they are .performing or merely | a grand stand play. 1 am strong for : decency, but long years in newspaper ; work in the large cities causes me to ! have doubts about the sincerity of ! self-styled "purists." Not only certain theatres, but many public speakers deserve lo be under the lid when it is clamped down. And yet a filthy "gag" or story goes over resent The .lamieson Sales In North Canton. Foreign Made Chairs Irk Mrs. Kahn "is" I An announcement of importance Republican Candidate For Gov- j comes from The Jamieson Sales Co., r> .„:„„., w~ oiuifi o Chevrolet distributor, 1)25 Cleveland ernor Promises lo Shut a ' „.,,,' i avenue NW., Canton, to the ellectthat| Share of theTax Burden From ! Jay P. Festerly, 303 Cole avenue, has I been appointed their salesman to rep-! resent them in North Canton. | The Sun congratulates The Jam-1 ieson Sales Co. upon their selection of i Mr. Festerly. His reputatiton is of j the highest, and the fact that lie is associated with the Chevrolet automobile speaks well for everybody con corned. the Small Home Owner and! Farmer To Those Best Able To Bear the Load. STRONG FOR SIMPLICITY1 HELLO, NORA! So It is the intention of the committee | jjjg. ;u .some places. Why, 1 leave for to present a program each week dining February and March. Amusement and Fellowship While it is true that the programs will contain cards and a "snack to eat," the main object is amusement and fellowship. Of course the serious side of life will not be neglected, as for instance, when Brother A. B. the out. reader ol this column to figure I Special to The Sun Columbus, Feb. 3—Clarence J. Brown, Secretary of State, and one of the leading candidates for the Republican nomination for Governor, was the principal speaker at the annual McKinley day banquet held in, ,•,„„„,.■ Ihe McKinley Memorial at Niles on; vehicle to be staged in .St. Pauls ha Friday evening. You Are Awake, Eh, and Ready For Two Nights' Fun. ALL of wilie the very t writer for the Columbus Dispatch, in, ,,,-,.,„ ,. , - , , • , ,,-ticle reviewed Brown's "l«S hit," according to a capable judge - ' "-'o has seen the Players rehear: his Sunday Nora, Wake Up," the humorous ed ii North Canton, on Monday ind 9, 1 is going to be a Ige the mil Tues- r. ' c ii„.„n,i „„t,„..,„ ,,nlitir-il' nay nights, Feb. S and 9, bv the Car- George Smallsreed.veteuin political, ^^ cfub p].iyers brings to mind that j speech pointing out that such speech. theory of censorship has j indicated what would be contained in *>. •> been cursed with an avalanche of would-be guardians who are narrow thinkers and who contribute nothing Baker of Canton will come to North 0f va]ue to a citv. As a general rule. Canton and discuss the present county j censorship has played the part of a tax on Wednesday evening, Feb. 10. j stalking figure in the background, These meetings, the committee \ clothed in prejudice and ready to feels, will arouse the interest of the | strangle liberal thinkers, members, with the result that the at- Censorship is nothing new. Every tendance will be much larger this, act 0f American histoVy has been the month and in March than in January.; ngilt against the strangling of public opinion and personal liberties. It is recalled that in the ancient Athenian community an attempt was made to suppress the talking of Socrates. He was condemned to death, but his reputation and greatness was so enhanc- TO ATTEND CHURCH Knight of Pythias Will Hear Sermon On Sunday Night. the platform of Brown, the candidate for Governor. Brown States Platform The article was headed as follows: In his speech, Brown gave the first real intimation of what he will place in his platform. It then quoted from the speech itself. "The same firm stand taken by McKinley as governor of Ohio must be that of public officials today" said Brown. 1 Summarized, Mr. Brown said McKin- j ley would be for the working man,| small home owner, the farmer, poor I and needy. He would be for the relief j of distress in cities. j That he would be for shifting a, Basketball Teams secure good seats. The general admission is 35 cents; school children, including high school, 20 cents. A limited number of reserved seats at 15 cents extra are on sale at Burky's drug store, South Main street, North Canton. o LOUISVILLE COMING FRIDAY FOR GAMES DR, MEES AN OPTIMIST HE TELLS ROTARIANS Popular Canton Clergyman Indulges In «i Few Figures To Prove That Selling the United States Short Could Not Be Done In the Past. SEES BRIGHT DAYS AHEAD When Congressman Florence Kahn of California discovered Hint this and other chairs being used In the house of representatives restaurant iwere manufactured in Czechoslovakia, she was much lingered. So much so, that she immediately introduced a bill providing Hint all government supplies shall be products of American labor. On Sunday, Feb. 7, we want all the members of Loyalty lodge, K. of P., X the end of lime. 1 i,,™ w uijaiij TB^' »' '"iflENSOliSHiP is all right in its and all other knights m North Can- I ■ h ton and its vicinity to meet in the V place, but when it becomes a tyr- lodge hall at 7 o'clock p. m. We will leave the hall at 7:15 (on ed that his teachings will go on until share of the tax burden from the small I home owner and farmer to those best. able to bear it. I That all unnecessary frills and fan-1 time) to go to The Community Christian church and hear a sermon by the pastor, the Rev. M. A. Cossaboom. I am counting on all our charter members being with us in the church on Sunday night. Signed, JOHN SHOOK, K. of R. & S. WILL RECEIVE DUES J. A. LeBeau Will Be In K. of P. Hall Qn -Meeting Night. J. A. LeBeau is the newly elected master of finance for I.ovalty Lodge, K. of P. Mr. LeBeau would like the members to note that he will receive lodge dues at any time convenient to the member, and that he expects always to be at his post in the lodge room for that purpose, while lie is in oll'ice. army of personal whims then it becomes a nuisance. Last year in a large city in the east certain purists condemned the paintings of the old masters, and went so far as to demand that the works of Longfellow, Poe and other immortals be taken away from the shelves of the public libraries. Years ago, in Baltimore, the City Council ordered a public-spirited cili zen to erect a wall around 1 ' cies of government must be dispensed with, and that government, like individuals, must live within their income. Likes McKinley's Plans i "The attitude of the public official,! as was exemplified by McKinley, i DOORS OPEN would be in deeds rather than in words ! in dealing with problems confronting j the. people," said Brown. "The sulfering and handicaps under which our schools are laboring today should be relieved to the greatest pos- ■Vre Evenly ; Matched and Naturally the N. | ('. Hi Boys and Girls Expect it Hard Struggle On the Charlotte Street Gym. Floor. BAND CONCERTS TO BEGIN FRIDAY NIGHT SAYESJOUMOHEY (lip a Coupon and Take It To the Arcade Market. AT fi:!.-j P. M. his private i siljle extent lllll(: teaching of the true • .,1-n ;,„ 1 American educational ideals and pa- b aie mi-' ........ , . r i,,„ continued from the park because "the statues <,,t .,,,- .... . moral." Later the "statesman" asked tnowsm may lithe man to take down the wall. He cnu,le- ! refused; left the country, and depriv-i "The great principle remains that ed women and children of the plea- the children must be protected and' sure of a beautiful On Friday night of this week the Louisville high school basketball teams will be entertained by North Canton at the high school gym on Charlotte street. The Louisville girls have lost one game while North Canton has won all they have played in the league According to records against the same teams this should be a fast and Leader H. M. Fondriest and His Capable Musicians Will Give the First of the Season At the Basketball Game in the High School Auditorium At 7:•'!(). This issue of The Sun has on page lour an ad for the Arcade Market in Canton which contains several coupons. These coupons, if clipped and presented to the advertiser in the market oll'er prices on wanted articles that the economical buyer will not let [inss. Clip the coupon ami save money. ENJOY SOCIAL HOUR HAS EDUCATIONAL VALUE .Mrs. Pollock' Guests of < .Sunday-School Class .Mrs. Fr-lc Sh»elev. - , P«rk and play-1 that our homes, wives and all thus.- „ , , . Neither boys'team ground on West Baltimore street ,„, things which we hold sacred must be , ■ ,' ■ ;is ~ h] k,. colllp(?titioii', the neighborhood of Pine street. So' preserved and that we emerge from |t| ^ ,)0'th ]yn. ' ' for censorship of the wroiiglthe.se trying times into the lormeri' r ()ulsj('|( ; pathway of sunshine and huppinc ' •I- -j- •]• i Secretary Brown declared. much kin dropped one THEATRE censorship is necessary ii some houses but the majority o Officers Installed Loyalty lodge. No. -109, Knights of Pythias, installed new officers at the meeting on Wednesday night to st'rve for the ensuing year as follows: C. C, Ward Mathie; V. C. Paul Strausser; prelate, L. C. McClellan; M. of A., J. H. Archer; inner guard,1 Kence or feelings of persons of Sam Weaver; outer guard, Max Mes-' rmement. serly; K. of R. and S., John Shook; master of finance, J. A. LeBeau. f plays are clean, amusing and uplifting. In a word, it till depends upon the people living in a city. If they are clean-minded, they will not pat- ionize "smutty" or suggestive plays. The show enjoying the longest run contains nothing- to insult the intelli- re- ATTENDING MERAL llrattens and Cordiers In Kent AI Obsi'iiuics of Relative. This writer remembers sors attempted to stop COMMUNITYSEWING Next Meeting Will Be In Community Christian Church, Feb. 18. Macbeth, and he well recalls thevday censors raided a public library and carried out in bags the works of Socrates, Plato, Kant, Fielding and other great writers. And it did not happen in a "narrow-minded country village," but hi a great eastern city notorious at the time for its grafting politicians. o W. B. Evans Stronger The many friends of William B. ._.. , Evans, father of June, will be pleased fore, the church committee furnish-! to lear» tnat ne is recovering from ing coffee. ' an attack of mild flu, and that he ex- During the sewing held in the Zion pects to return to his work soon. Lutheran church 80 garments were, o completed. "If it's in The Sun, it's so." Mr. and Mrs. 1. F. Bratten, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Cordier and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cordier are attending the fun- | eral of Mrs. Elizabeth Cordier Brum- when cen-jbaugh in Kent to(lay (Wednesday). the greati Interment jn East Nimishillen ceme-j bring a large crowd and seats may be tery. Mrs. Brumbaugh was 87 years at a premium. The doors will open at old. She was ill two weeks. She was fi:.[5. well known in this section of the- N. C. Defeats Beach City o games I Louisville boys have an advantage ; of height and weight, but the North I Canton lads should overcome that with speed and accurate passing. This i should be the best game of the sea.-on I on the local floor. Three Basketball Games The North Canton Reserves and the Louisville Reserves will start the ; evening's sport with a prelim at 7:00 p. in. Spectators will have a full evening of entertainment with the three basketball games, and the North Canton band is planning- to attend and furnish music. Louisville expects to The North Canton Community Band, under the leadership of H. M. Fondriest, will give the first of a series of concerts on Friday evening, Feb. 5, in conjunction with the basketball game in the high school auditorium, beginning- al 7:.'!0. Band Cii-operales Tbe band wishes to co-operate wilh the school, in giving these concerts, in order to give the high school .students the opportunity to become familiar with music that ha* educational value and that will broaden their Icnowb-ilee in the art. Public Is Invited The game on Friday night will be between Louisville and North Canton and the band says "Come and root j for North Canton." ! The public is cordially invited to at- j tend these concerts, and the dates of future programs will be announced 1 later in The Sun. The Sunday-school class of the Community church, taught by Mrs. Violet Pollock, met with Mrs. Frank Sheeley on Monday evening. Gaines and refreshments w joyed during the social hour, lines were the favors. ore i- Vale Those interested in helping with the Community sewing, will please take note that the next meeting will be' held in The Community Christian' church on Thursday, February 18. I The lunch will be individual, as he- state. She was the grandmother of Mrs. 1. F. Bratten and mother of O. W. Cordier. i o | PRETTY SOFT FOR ADA.M 1 "O, many troubles Adam had, i According to historic facts, ! Vet one dire misery he escaped— | He had to pay no income tax." j —Exchange. Yes, and there was another thing j That never got old Adam's goat- He didn't have to raise the price To buy dear Eve a swell fur coat! ' On Friday night, January 2i), North Canton proved too much for the Beach City teams at Beach City when they came home with two wins. The girls game was never in doubt although Beach City made a strong comeback in the third period, but the lead was too great and they never succeeded in overcoming it. The final score was 20 to 13. (Continued on page four) ORGAN RECITAL Parvin Titus, Noted Musician, "Will Play Tonight In Canton. RELIGIOUS SERVICES W. C. T. U. Will Also Distribute Bag of Cookies To Each Person In Stark County Home. Telling of the Activities of North Canton American Legion Post No. 419 and of the Legion Auxiliary Public Card Party Our Post is sponsoring a card party to be given at the' Village hall on Portage street, next Wednesday evening, February 10. The general public the home of Monnier-Duplain Post No. 548, at Louisville, Ohio, Thursday evening, February 11th, at eight o'clock. Stark and Carroll counties constitute this district and meetings is invited to turn out and enjoy the [ rotate from Post to Post, the last one evening with the Legionnaires. ! having met at our Post. These meet- The Mountaineers Entertain [ ings are always peppy and are well , , , ,.• I worth attending. There will be a Alter a short and snappy meeting prominent speaker, one that all will on Monday evening the members of enjov hearing the Post were entertained by the ' ' ,,, it ,' ..'..., , a local organization.1 lenth District Conferene mountaineers Their entertainment was also snappy and all too short from the standpoint of tlie listeners. The Mountaineers consist of Tom Sheely and Lowell Traxlor with harmonicas, accompanied on the piano by Kenneth Oberlin. These boys are making an enviable reputation for themselves and have xippeared on a number of local programs. They are to be congratulated on the pleasant presentation of their numbers, some of which are vocal. Ray Firestone was responsible for bringing this feature to the Legion meeting. Sub-District Council The next .regular meeting- of Sub- District Council No. 3, will be held at The Jan. 28 meeting was well attended. Mrs. Dan Roush gave a report on the last County Council meet- . The W. C. T. U. members of North- Canton Union will hold a religious i service in the Stark County Home on Sunday afternoon, February 7, at 2:00 '. o'clock. Every member who can is urged to attend this service. (l Donations of cookies are asked for, j as it is the desire of the Union to ; give a small bag of cookies to eacli ' resident of the home. Cookies may be delivered on Sat- ; unlay afternoon or evening to Mrs. , Elta Schick of East Maple street or i Mrs. R. C. Willigmann of Portage ; street. There are .'-175 persons in the home, and it will require a. generous donation to supply each one. , And then, let's remember the con ference of the Tenth Ohio District at! ing held in Alliance. Salem on Sunday, February 1-1. Vice] Tllis lneeting, she staled, proved a commander McCaw savs, "Line up a • , r XT ,, „ , .',,., bunch of automobiles' and then fill vlctol>' for N"rlh Cantoi> m thllt ll them up with Legionnaires. Let the' was finally decided after much pro boys carry the gospel of the Legion ' and con for the last several months, back home themselves. . that the soldier boys in the hospitals "Let's impress the Department' under jurisdiction of the County commander with the numbers and the ' Council in this section would be given, enthusiasm and the earnestness of the; a treat by the Auxiliary once a month legionnaires of the Tenth District. | as in the past. l&^l^&^^lc™0^ "»*«"* f the County ?£.!!!«.!S^ t0 be l,el" m The McDowell club of Canton will present in an Titus, S. A. G. O. of the Mus. B. on Wednesday evening, Feb. 3, in St. Paul's Episcopal church, 420 Cleveland Ave. SW., at 8:1">. The recital is complimentary to the music loving public. Sylvia Latz, con- j tralto, is assisting artist, and Ruth March, accompanist. | Mr. Titus is organist and choir j master of Christ church, Episcopal,' Cincinnati; head of the organ depart-1 ment of Cincinnati Conservatory of; Music; and dean of the southern Ohio i chapter of the American Guild of Or-1 ganists; a student of music in this I country and abroad and has concert- ized in many of the largest cities. j His training, talents and achieve-' incuts place him in the lirsi rank of I American organists. j SEEK ANCIENT CULTURE i Kish, believed by some to be the i birthplace of the world's civilization,, is again to be searched in an effort to uncover new facts about the history of man. The Field Muesum-Ox- ford Universityy joint expedition to Mesopotamia is returning for the ninth season to make excavations under Professor Stephen Langdon, Oxford, although L. C. Watelin again will! head field work. Temples and palaces of Sargon and Nebuchadnezzar already have been uncovered. Traces of a great Hood THE REV. DR. (). ('. MEES i The Rev. Dr. O. C. Mees of Canton, was the speaker at. the North Canton ; liotary club dinner on Thursday night, I and he took as his subject the prevailing business depression. His able ' address proved he is 100 per cent, optimist. In sonic'ways he considered it a good thing- for the nation, although lie quickly added that "Too much of anything;, even depression, becomes monotonous in time." The Doctor said, "Oh, thou of little faith, wherefore dost Hum doubt'.'" Then he went on to say that back in .1837 the country went through a panic that produced the keenest di.-dre.-s. It had been preceded by a period of nidation and wild .speculation. Liquidation became necessary. Bank failures were numerous, business was in a stale of almost complete stagna- li'ces were drained. The nation" of some 1 f>,00u,C00 peo/de oi-'.i'u see no way of working itself back to plenty and contentment. And it was nol until the summer of 18-1", six years later, that the end of the crUis may he said to have been reached. Then Came Prosperity Then came an era of remarkabb growth and prosperity, during which the cause's that led to the downfall in 1S37 were entirely forgotten. The I'ail- the Ohio Life Insurance and rust Company in Align-! of Is">7 marked the beginning of a series of similar calamaties. Dr. Mees read an editorial fioni Harper's in 1N5IS showing that llie country was in terrible shape, but lu- said in is,")!) the worst was over. There was a decided improvement in 1800, which was shortly to be interrupted by the Civil War, following" which boom times lasted until the crash of 1873. The country bv then had a population of 38,000,000, and il seemed as if all felt the severity ol" the depression, which alfected most branches of business for five years. Able To Stand Shock Tlie point of his-address is to show the harassed and the discouraged that we have been through bad times before, and when the resources of the- country were in no such condition te ■ withstand the shock as now. If what 15,000,000 people could do and did ninety-four years ago, if what 2S,- 000,000 did seventy-four vears ago,, if what 38,000,000 did fifty-nine years ago, 122,000,000 can sureiy do today.. The total wealth of the nation in Mathie; treasurer, Mrs. D. L. Boyd;. 102S was 300 billion dollars, a sum- press reporter, Mrs. A. R. Basinger;; too vast to be disastrously ufTected bv historian, Mrs. Charles Nelius. i two years of adversity. Our national Interesting Program income in that same year was more The program was most interesting., thim seventy-eight billion dollars. Mrs. Rav Nicholson of Canton gave! ,rh:lt income has by no means been the book review promised of "West-! lost- 'otal savings deposits m banks ward Passage'," bv Margaret Aver "j"1 tnist companies still total moiv WOMAN'S CLUB NAMES;™ S FOR YEAR Mrs. Ralph YokI Is New President and She Has a Stall" of Able Women To Assist Her— Entertainment Commit tee Will Announce Program. DISCUSS HOOKS, MOZART The Woman's club of North Canton held election of officers on Mon- _ _ , day night which resulted as follows: organ recital" Parvin j President, Mrs. Ralph Vogt; first vice-president, Mrs. Beth Shorb; second vice-president, Mrs. L. K. Aches- ou; secretary, Miss Charlotte Smith; corresponding secretary, Miss Vera of the eleven districts of the state and , „. . . , ... , is being hard pressed by the first dis-' , ,Vle next treat will be made by trict for this near-cellar position. We 1 ladles of Last sParta- (Continued on page four) I [Continued on page fourj the A RACKET STOPPED The investigation of the New York society gossip magazines has accomplished something. The publishers have agreed to stop their stock selling campaign. Agents were sent to men and women anxious to get into society, preferably to those whose names had been linked to some sort of a scandal. It was hinted that the publications these | would not mention the stories if those une. ; involved would buy a few shares ofl . o ! stock. It amounted to blackmail, al- So Ho Looked In Webster I though it was hard to prove. The "I've never heard you say 'zythum,' public has been well warned, so this Auntie." racket seems to be ended temporarily., "Of course not, Willie. Why?" If it is ended for till time, it will be' "Daddy said you liked tlie last a happy ending. word."—Christian Science Monitor. Barns. Mrs. Jester read a paper on "Mozart." The committee on entertainment for the next meeting will announce their program no\t week ill The Sun. N. C. PUBLIC LIBRARY More Donations The Library is certainly grateful for the many books that have been given to be put on the shelves in the past few months. During the past week several good books were donated by Dorothy McClelland, Lawrence Low and Maurice Parker. Not only the Library but all of its borrowers can enjoy these gifts. Reserving of Fiction Many inquiries have been made about reserving books which do not have been found. A vast collection of happen to be at the Librarv when the pottery, inscribed tablets, gold, sil- borrower comes in. Non-fiction is rover and jewelry, remains of ancient served free of charge. Anv fiction chariots, skeletons ol" human beings books, excluding rentals, nuiv be ream! animals and other acheological served bv paving 2c for a notification material has been made. The history card to be sent when the book is here. and culture of Babylonia of 5500 0 years ago has been revealed through j Quotation From Browning iscovenes.—N. 1. Herald '1 rib-! ,, ,.. „,, f, ,„ , ,, Editors Ihe Sun: Please supply the . _o ! correct version of the quotation that it is better to forget than to forgive. Answer—Robert Browning- wrote: "Good to forgive; Best to forget! Living, we fret; Dying, we live." than twenty-eight billions. This year- will show life insurance in force to Ik ■ 10!) billions. Slaps the Pessimists Let our pessimists and our despairing prophets try to comprehend tin- significance of these staggering figures, and then ask themselves, if they can, how they think the United States can fail to recover from this depression and establish itself on a better basis of prosperity than ever before- Let them ask if they are contributing anything to the recovery for which they yearn by their wailing and weeping. Instead of bemoaning the failure of somebody to come forward and put the country on its feet, just as if anybody could, let them strive to do their part by making the best of the particular circumstances in which thev find themselves. Selling the United States short could not be done in 1837, 1857, 187.", 1893, 1907 or 1921. It cannot be done now, said Dr. Moes. Close Neighbors "What Next?" asks the Pathfinder. in recording that the Border City Red , Cross Society has opened a soup kit- ; ebon in a brewery at Riverside, Out. But breweries and soup kitchens havi- long gone hand in hand.—Christian ; Science Monitor. Right "In which zone arc States of America'.'" "In the temperance Boston Transcript. the ' United
|Title||The Sun, 1932-02-03|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|
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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL
FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED
READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE
IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN
NORTHERN STARK COUNTY
READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE
An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All
VOL. 10—NO. 13.
NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1932.
$2.00 PER YEAR.
PYTHIANS TO GREET
This Wednesday Evening Loyalty
Lodge Will Play Host To a
Numerous Delegation and Entertain Them In Regal Fashion In the Castle.
OPEN WINTER PROGRAM
liCLARENCE J. BROWN I JAY FESTERLY
AGAINST ALL FRILLS h"