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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan Ironwood news record volume 26 number 15 Ironwood gig Eric county Michigan saturday june 10 1911 per year in Advance hot weather i specialities in the dependable Devoy Quality including All the fresh fruits and vegetables Market affords can always be found at i James Devoy co wholesale and retail grocers 1 m pfc it i it Vic Vic if Vic it of Good news is always a Welcome visitor even so is the letter or note writ ten on cranes Linen carrying the essentials of Good taste and Correct form with the message it is the Correct writing paper at All times and for All people there is none better made we have All the latest Crane novelties and Many of the Eaton Crane toe Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite your inspection m r Mccabe co drug hits w w in dont be Content to remain at the Bottom but get on the ladder and begin to climb reaching the top is Only a question of Persever Euce not of ability to earn but to save a Little each week or month if you have no Bank account make your first Deposit with the go Gebic National Bank today we offer you absolute Security 3 per cent interest on savings and time deposits and help in climbing to Independence and wealth consult us about your business affairs make use of our vault for the free storage of your valuable papers Safe Deposit boxes per year if you want to borrow Money Call on us go Gebic National Bank Ironwood Mich fire life Accident and plate Glass insurance placed in companies numbered among the old and we do not represent any of doubtful financial responsibility h m Erickson successor to Sci Olicurt Erickson graduating exercises drawing and training exhibits june play and commencement june 21 and 22 fifty one students constitute the graduating class of 1911 of the Iron Wood High school the largest in the history of the events of commencement week Are to be As Fol lows Art and drawing manual training and Domestic science exhibits on june 19 class exercises and play on june 21 commencement exercises on june 22 the annual exhibit of the work done in drawing and Art in the Public schools will be held in the Luther l Wright school on monday afternoon and evening june 19 on the same afternoon and evening both the Domestic science and manual training buildings will be open to the Public so that the work of the pupils in these schools May be seen these exhibits Are All to be free and All Are cordially invited the class play Rose o Plymouth will be Given in the auditorium of the Luther l Wright school on wednesday evening june 21 general admission 35 cents pupils 25 cents Hon Fred l Keeler of the state department of Public instruction will give the commencement address in the auditorium of the Luther l Wright school on thursday evening june 22 or Keeler is an excellent speaker the Public is cordially invited the following is a list of the graduates class officers and the programs of the class Day and commencement exercises class of 1911 and class officers 7ohn Howard Abell diaries Edward Anderson John Edward Anderson Carl Adrian Anderson Abraham Anderson Victoria Oltra Anderson Cora Arthur Anna Mao Hall Trul lloy Forest uart Iott la Lii Florence Lesslau Bond Leonard tie odour tray Triy Beatrice Champion Emily pm Holm Charles Whitney Crosby Laura Henrietta Dietrich Anna Karl Olson Arvid Waldemar Tori Coltson Lottie Christina Erickson Minnie Dorothea Grimm Stirne Slocan Hannah 8oihla Hovey Hull Java Esther Lena Jacobson Emily Iel Tery Allt Fot Johnson Kollert Daniel Klif Leon 8 Larson Iran Larson Alliie Dammar Larson Wiilla Frances Ledlon Maurice Joel Lieberthal Cari Arvid tend Hertz Harry mid Iii tamils Murk Ernest Allier May Lillian Elvera Nelson births Holder Nelson Esther Lilic Olson Hilda Maria Olson Ethel Vanlul Annie Elizabeth Richards Mary Pearl Howell Albert Hye Maud Salado Mae Strom Hubi Cliart Lorla thalner Frederick William Trezise Harry Lewis Trezise in Saylora Walters Alice Maud Worun Anderson Arry inn Kiiren in Erlih Worun Sari cantata Kris class Day s Lowman Linn school presentation of class Wien anti hum Schnoo orchestra Miles Standish Caula not Garrett Foster of Westona men John Arueson of the Plymouth Larson Philippe de la Noye of the Plymouth colonists Anderson Miriam chilling Foley Cousin of the Erickson Barbara Standish wife to the rond Resolute Story aunt to the wallers Kose de la d Salado place plot Noulin new England time 1g2216q t an Early Mornine in August act i an afternoon in october act til a night in March act in the next afternoon commencement exercises William k Coombe Dietrich glee club commencement Fred l Knoler club worn n presentation of c Watson presentation of v Rren iian j w Johnson swedish m e Church tomorrow sunday the Confirma Tion class will begin their exercises at a m and in the evening the children will Render a program at p m there will be no Epworth league meeting at a ladies quartet will sing at the evening ser vice All Are invited o n tilde ton pastor St Ambrose school parochial school pupils will give programs at Pierce theatre on june 15 and 16 the pupils of St Ambrose school will hold interesting entertainments at Pierce theatre on thursday and Friday evenings of next week on thursday evening the Kyrrie band of Twenty seven pieces will play during the intermissions and on Friday even ing the Temple theatre orchestra will be heard the High school students will be seen on the first night the children of the grades on the second evening the pupils of St Ambrose High school will present the following drama on the evening of june 15 at Pierce theatre in the Camp of the cast of Chaba Cobbs Captain Malcolm Oliphant a Union Tolan doctor Farley a surgeon Friend of Captain kid Kobert Strathroy a rebel spy Madges Mullen colonel Strang a traitor to the Union Shea sergeant Ryan a Good natured Irish Wright general Kerr a Union Neil a trustworthy coloured servant in the Oliphant Mcrae Mike a Irish color Geary Madge Oliphant the wife of Captain Nellie Sullivan Agnes Strathroy sister of mrs Oli Bertha Balduc Union Oleary Albert Parent Thomas Gertz Jerome Mccabe Brail Belle Humer Louis liberate John Boyle John Nolan synopsis act 1 scene Oliphant lome within the Northern lines the despatches act 2 scene of the ser vants Mike and Neil scene 2pris on scene face to scene i apartments i must go 7ny Selt to Camp and Tell him of the impending act a scene scene Man Ial of arms tenting on the old Camp scene apart cents i risked a reputation and submitted to a thousand humiliations for you now you come to me full of suspicion unworthy of you and Dis honorable to scene 3court martial scene a reprieve a re Prieve tank de la sad i saved Mas a Friday june in the children of St Ambrose school will give the following program Fri Day evening june Leith at Pierce the Ater Little tiptoe by Mercedes characters Dame pan Tor ittle tiptoe her Tobin the Prevoe of Wright Angelique servant to dam Marquer Mcade jetting servant to Dame Marguerite Mccabe Archambeau attendant Rafter Veronica Boyle Nellie Dooley Agnes enamel Loretta Gleason Leona Kitz Erald Veronica Mckevitt Veronica Ryan Bernadette Tousignant Cath Erine Bonanza Genevieve Shea Marie Canfield Ruth Barnaby Grace Barna by Fidelia Nadolny Margaret Wey me Chick Mamie Mcmillan level of the posing in pantomime Lamarche in pantomime Hamel the Bym Cameron characters mrs John Burton hostess Petrusha mrs Valerie armsby a Young widow Soraruf mrs Charles Dover a Sauer miss Freda Collins miss Edith Humble John Burton has rented a Flimsy cottage near a popular summer hotel to which she has invited some of her intimate friends boating sons of St George officers George Washington Lodge no 266 sons of St George installed the Fol owing officers for the term beginning tune 1 the installation exercises be ing conducted by District Deputy grand president f w May past president Arthur Kempe president tames Middleton vice president a Lobb Secretary Jos Smith treasurer e b Williams messenger Jos Lutey assistant Secretary har Ris assistant messenger Thos Harris chaplain Samuel Walters inside sen Tinel we craze outside Sentinel we Symons a person knows who noses around inquiring where to buy goods at right prices and then follows their nose which is sure to land them at Myers upstairs jewelry Parlours i s w millinery department we Are reducing our Stock of artificial Flowers in our millinery department and have placed on Sale 100 Bunches of Flowers value to 35c at 1 pc 150 Bunches of Flowers value to 50c at 1 5c 100 Bunches of Flowers value to 75c at 25c 2000 Yards All silk ribbon novelties just received 50c values 25c 75c values 35c Sale begins today our motto Quality counts and is far More important than the Price Davis feb for floors furniture Woodwork use Rogers stain floor finish it makes old floors look like new it makes Pine moors look like Hardwood it produces an artistic finish on All Woods it is not Allec Ted by water it can be applied by anybody it is made in All natural Wood shades for Sale at the City drug store 234 Mcleod ave it base Ball goods is it we carry the largest and Best line of 2 Jug base Ball goods in the City reach official base balls c the famous j and Wagner bats of the much talked of 2 Duck foot Glove and All others it the Best goods for the lowest Price it is our motto i Anton Michael 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank in meats there is a lot of satisfaction in knowing that when you place an order for meats you Are going to receive the very Best skilfully Cut and promptly delivered a trial order will convince you that we furnish you this us Swanson 4to Hast Ivi Hod

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