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Charity, Organizations: United States. Massachusetts. Boston. Publicity for Social Work. (1) House Papers. (2) Newspaper Editorials. (3) Novelties, Blotters, Bookmarks, Calendars, etc.: The South End House. Vol. 1. No. 1.

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March 20, 1930

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Charity, Organizations: United States. Massachusetts. Boston. Publicity for Social Work. (1) House Papers. (2) Newspaper Editorials. (3) Novelties, Blotters, Bookmarks, Calendars, etc.: The South End House. Vol. 1. No. 1.

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March 20, 1930

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End
House
The
Tercentenary
District
New
Caddy
Musicale
Poland
Camp
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Clean
Lyvers
New Caddy Camp Musicale Series Miss Lyvers is To Clean District
To
at Poland
Puppets
Spring
Making
Spring at Union Park Making Puppets For Tercentenary
at
For
Park
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A Disastrous Fire
MARCH
Cents
Price
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VOL. 1.
Ready
BOSTON, MARCH 1930. Price Two Cents
VOL. 1. No. 1.
Fire
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The South End House VOL. 1. No. 1. BOSTON, MARCH 20, 1930. Price Two Cents New Caddy Camp at Poland Spring Miss Lyvers is To Clean District Musicale Series For Tercentenary at Union Park Making Puppets Applications Will Be Ready Soon Start Saving The first of a series of Sunday Miss Helen E. Lyvers, coach of South End Unit Is Promoting The dramatics and marionettes for South at 20 Planting of Shrubs Union Park Picluiok and the Chase Conntry Mrs. Bernice Wyer, pianist, gave a The South End Unit of the Boston of the famous Tony Sarg Marionette Company, has been engaged by Club. o more will their ramshackled orking illustrated it with annropriate piano. selections. The musicale was well ing about seventy- few months for the civic betterment theu ge bes Belnd i puppets for their coming music June, New sleeping and living quar- Conme ned in Bostom dieione are msch improed . and their Ditor M Stoneman quires, however, the co-operation of ington Theatre, March 29. These The second Musicale was held at and Mr. Turley have returned from 20 Union Park on February second. pappets, whch are to be exact mini- Jand, and are satisfied that conditions rendered two groups of selections. and Mrs. John Phillips sang two South End a cleaner and more at- in the show, will be presented in a tra special prologue thatw will be right this year. One of the efore the caddy applications will be out and all those who expect to go should start saving The puppet stage owned by the com- during the coming months s to pro- enthusiastically received by the audi- a e program was in charge the back vards and to encomrage the inclendin i- a larger Brandegee Music Committee. planting of shrubs and flowers. The puppets will be operated by Miss Lyvers and three members of This fee covers the price of the uni- During the Tercentenary celebra- forms which are issued the boys Another musicale was held Sunday afternoon, March ninth. Mr. William tie ad M Doa's inthe-box Marionettes Katherine will wisis R sical exam. f you aren't in good shape you can't go. It would be a good Mise Viola wilhur nlaved three these visitors, no doubt, will look Brassil, and Lester and Milton Tarno- idea to visit groups of piano selections. An en- thusiastic audience was present. pol, the latter a student at the Uni- tse south End. The committee. that window boxes used where it front vard. s this occasion afforde A Disastrous Fire Junior Drama Club Plans Outdoor Play a splendid opportunity to create a atmosphere Battle for Cleaner for our coming guests. The Clover Apartment House Fire disaster has left destitute a number Streets Being Made You can help. May the committee have your co-operation? siding there, Many of these families All the Junior dramatic classes are of their belongings, in- joining with the singing and dancing The battle against the unsightly lit- ter boxes on the streetts is still rag- ing. Many interesting pictures have have lost South End Women's and Gretel, which will bea simplieed the children are unable to o toversion of Humperdincks famous cluding elothes, so that in some cases to the Board of Health, the Police Club Winchester, a festival play, will be mmssioner and others who are in are sorely handicapped for lack of proper clothing. The South End presented in May in the garden of House would welcome any assistance The South End Women's Club, an Mrs. Leet, a charter member Organization, is sick at her home, 31 this of the community for mutual recrea- ut-door stage at 20 Union Park dur ing June. non and neighborliness, meets in the e any children's from her friends will make a bright other her day. Let us not forget any household articles that would help call one of the South End Branche batedA to spot tei in thesinging 20 Union Park on the first and third Mondays of each month. Founded 23 clothing, class, will play the principal parts A committee from this Association conference with Mr. Kelley met rama Class" is dividing its time who came into the community a between the dances in Hansel and cene in The waykept betore vated to lay hefore them the it sh those most needy. complaints received in regard Fair Way to Winchester the incoming stranger, distributing poor ca socrety The Rutland Dramatic is prepar- ing the Robin Hood play for The As renle of this meeting two SAVE 5% trains of two cars each are being run have accumulated. It makes a par- d residnte of che aibborhood the mornings to take care of the group at 20 Union Park is designing Interest begins 10th of the month and painting costumes. High School pupils. The regular cars who are too aged or indigent to care properly for themselves. ated Ine dowe busine ple go No decision has been given yet by the State Department of Public Utili Valentine Bastan enny Saings Bank The Shepherd Prince at . Durns uper an party at Rutland Street. They were ru 1375 Washington Street assisted by the kutland street sing- Thanksgiving and a Christmas party (At Cathedral Square) hundred and fifty children enjoyed the play and party. coin boxes by the Telenhone Com (Continued on Page 2)4 (Continued on Page 2)
House
VOL.
No.
MARCH
Start
series
gave
Boston
Company,
about
theu
i
quar-
ned
held
pappets,
conditions
rendered
Phillips
show,
prologue
caddy
audi-
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back
flowers.
operated
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boys
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destitute
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battle
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party
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enjoyed
party.
1930.
Two
Clean
District
Puppets
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dramatics
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pianist,
Tony
Sarg
Club.
illustrated
seventy-
music
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sleeping
Bostom
dieione
however,
ington
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returned
February
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thatw
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expect
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start
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opportunity
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there,
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classes
joining
against
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some