LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
June 6, 1924

Members of the Western Union college quartet left yesterday morning on their tour for the summer months in two cars. Herman Schuenk is driving his new Paige car through and Raymond Clark is also accompanying the troupe.

The quartet is composed of Henry Hayen, Prof. Rudy Smith, H. V. Masters, Raymond Aurand and Junior Stauffacher at the piano.

They will go to St. Paul, then east to Chicago and north to Geneva, Wis., where they will remain ten days at the Y. M. C. A. camp for college and university men, and will sing three times daily.

They will also visit the Black Hills, Yellowstone National Park, and many other western towns along the coast.


LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
June 10, 1924

College Quartet Meets With Misadventure at Initial Point

Members of the Western Union college quartet, who left Thursday on an extended tour during the summer months, met will ill luck at the initial stop on their trip, according to word received in LeMars yesterday.  At Blue Earth, Minn., their car was visited by thieves while the occupants were elsewhere, and a number of articles including guns and clothing were taken.  The extent of the losses and any details were missing from the story circulated around town yesterday.

The party on tour comprises Henry Hayen, Prof. R. Smith, H. V. Masters, Raymond, Aurand, Junior Stauffacher, Herman Shuenk and Raymond Clarke.