A dance was held at Opera Hall in Hopkins after a basketball game between the Hopkins AA “quint” and the Apex quint of Minneapolis on January 14, 1915, and repeated on March 27. Music for both dances, “which will be attended by a large number of young folks from Minneapolis, will be furnished by Claggett’s Orchestra of six pieces.”
There was a big masquerade ball at Dania Hall on February 27, 1915.
On April 30, 1915, Claggett’s Orchestra went to Green Isle for a grand ball. Green Isle is a tiny town in Sibley County; in 1910 it had 192 families.