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the Daily capital journal, salkm, ukk Saturday, june 22, 1918.
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FT HE past week noted the annual
recum season at lull xemth, with
little in the -war of counter
5al attraction to infringe upon the
rightful monopoly of the calendar by
the local sponsors of mrisieal activity
for the week. A succession of interest
ing and pleasing programs have call
ed forth numerous assemblages of
friends of the pupils, heard in various
recitals at the different studios for
the past tfortrnght. Following the dose
of school and college, the once termed
. annual play spell, now more aptly nam
ed an opportunity for renewed service
presents itself to the young people,
thronging forth from college campus
and schaol ball alike. The customary
exodus to aoast and mountain resorts
though already under -way lacks the
oldtime impetus ef 4 'play for play's
sake," and will be checked to a certain
extent by the dire rail from farm and
ranch tor patriotic assistance ia the
harvesting of the fruit crops. Indeed,
for many, the expedition into the cher
ry orchards and berry yards will prove
a very recreational and successful snb
atituts tor the usual vacation prescrib
ed as a mere zestful interlude between
Ths doming week will witness the
opening f the large Y. W, ft A. camp
at the Miller orchards, five miles from
Salem. Twenty girls have already en
listed in this auip. Miss M. MeFad
den will cAaperone the party. Those
who will leave Monday are the Misses
Frances Itoerf'er, Gladys Moore, Myr
tle Walkor, Esther Parounngian, Rob
erta. Hirsehbach, Helon Welter, Helen
Bose, Mary jane Albert, Margaret
Griffith, Ruth Coppock, Miriam Hold
er. Lela itauun, Waiiwl Simpson, Flor
ence Harrigton, Mildred Soelcy, Flof-1
ence iegg, rare, j. u. nun ana Mrs. A;
In a lovely bower of pink, white and
Creen, with the Stars end Stripes oc
cupying a prominent place, the mar
riage of Miss Barbara Golden Stoinor
land Lieutenant Karl Coulsou Flogel
took pUuie hurt night at the home of
The bride's parents, lr. and Mrs. R.
E. Lc Steinor on Ceutor Btroct. The
bride was givon away by her father,
Rev. W. 0. Elliott. Jr., of the Unitar
ian church of Portland, reading ths
service ati eight o'clock, The bride wait
attended by her sister, Mrs. Daniel J.
Fry, Jr., and Charles iFlogel, brother of
the bridegroom, and a member of the
officers' timlning camp at American
Lake, acted as best man.
Charming simplicity prevailed in the
decorations, an altar being fashioned
in the drawing room of Easter lilies
and pink Canterbury bill's, interming
led with delicate greenery. Masses of
pale pink Canterbury bells were also
effectivoly arranged in the diiillng
room and library, whore they wero prot
tily combined with deep Muo delphin
ium. The bride was stunning In a hand
some blue tailleur with a chic hat of
ths same; "iado. She wore a corsage
touquot of Cecil Brunner rosos and
Mrs. WaMor Denton played the wed
ding inarch from Lohengrin and Miss
Alice Itnhnan of Oregon City, a Kappa
Xappa (Ititima sorority sister of the
bride, any several numbers. Follow
ing the ceremony a wedding collation
was served to the guests, who number
ed ttia rolativos and clrse friends of
tho young couple. Mrs, Milton Meyers
cut the ices, Mrs. Lloyd Shislor. Miss
Hoi on IHeckebaebi ond Mass Dorothy
Flogel assisting in the serving.
The bride is a great favorite among
THE MEMBERS OF THE NEWLY ORGANIZED ArOLLO CLUB, WHO WILL
.') T ft .
By CASOL & DIBBLE
i Salem's younger society set, a very
'gracious and lovable girl, whose many
friends are regretting the fact that
her marriage to a member of the regu
lar army signifies that in all probabil
ity, she will necessarily make her home
elsewhere than Salem for some time to
come. She attended both Willamette
University and the state University of
Washington, having just completed her
third year at the latter college.
The bridegroom is the eon of Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Flogel of Portland, and
a graduate of Willamette University
He received his commission as Lieu
tenant in the United States army at
the Presidio, and he has since that
time been stationed at Camp Fremont,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Plcgel left lat
er in the evening for Polo Alto, Cali
fornia, adjoining Camp Fremont, where
they will make their home until Lieu
tenant Flegel is ordered overseas.
Ia compliment to Mrs. E. C. Murphy
of Portia nd, the house guest of Mn,
William P. Lord and her daughter,
Miss Elizabeth Lord, a charming nl
fresco tea was giren by Mrs. Lord
this afternoon at her residence on
South High street, the gardens of
which, are so happily adapted to out
door entertaining, being noted for their
artistry and beauty. The tastefully ap
pointed tea table, placed in a vine en
sconced pergola, was adorned with gny
clusters of pink Canterbury bells and
vivid hued garden flowers.
Mrs. W. II. Eldridge and Mrs. Wil
liam P. Brown cut the icee, Mrs. Ches
ter Moores and Miss Margaret Gray
serving the punch- Assisting in the
serving were Mrs. Hugh McCamnnt,
Miss Catharine Carson, Miss Mabel
Robertson, Miss Dorothy Pierce.
Mrs. Chanles Ohling (Margaret Pol
sal) ailcoiupanied by Tier two children,
Margaret and Charles Paul, Jr., arriv
ed in Salem today for visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. S, Poisal.
Mrs, Oil ling is returning to her home
at Seattle after a short visit in Al
Mrs. S. Jessup of Boise, Idaho, who
has been entertained in Salem as the
guest of Mrs. Frederick Stewart the
past nuonth, left Thursdny for Rose
burg, where she will visit for a few
weeks, returning to Salem for a short
stay before going back to Boise.
Mrs. Asahel Bush went up to Port
land Thursday, returning Friday night
with Mr. Hush, who is training for the
radio service at Portland.
An afternoon of exceptional ssjoy
ment was accorded the members of the
Leisure Hour club on Wednesday,
when thoy were entertained at their
final gathering for the year by Mrs.
lan J. Fry, senior, end Mrs. Alice H-
Dodd, a the residence of Mrs. Fry on
South High seot. The spacious lawn
surrounding the Fry home and hand
some gardens, luxuriant wiith a wealth
of ummer bloom formed an ideal
background for the informal grouping
of guests at the serving hour.The host-
esses were assisted by Mis Hortenso
Epplov, a niece of Mr. Fry, Mrs. H.
C. Epic j was additionally bidden.
Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Steeve and Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Lcgg were hosts at a
gala dinner party last night in ob
servance of the ratters' twenty fifth
wedding anniversary, when they en
tertained ' a group ot friends at tho
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country home of the Legg's, five miles
south of WLrem. .
The table was prettily decked with
a centerpiece of white syringa (meek
orange). Miss Margaret Legg and Miss
.Muriel bteeves assisted in the serving.
Those motoring out for the affair
were: Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Clements, Mr.
and Mrs. E B. Millard, Mr. and Mrs.
K. it. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. il." H. Van'
iervort, Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Boyer,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mills, Dr. and Mrs.
H. C. Epley, Mr. and Mrs. E. T
Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baker, Mr.
and Mrs. E J. Swafford, Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Iiee, Dr. and Mrs. M. C. xindley,
Mr. and Mrs- U. U. Bolt.
Mra Kenneth 0. Brown is visiting
m Portland as line guest of Mrs. C. W.
Pilchard. She will be gone two weeks
, . .
Mrs. H. B. Allen of Wichita, Kan
sas, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ger
ald Volk, at her home 1110 North Cap
itol street. Mrs. Alien plans to Temain
in Salem for the summer.
Miss Ragnhild Johnasson has gone
to Portland to accept a position in the
physical culture department at Reed
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Byrd (Adelia
Uramer) motored home yesterday from
their wedding trap, having enjoyed a
leisurely tour of the Sound cities, in
cluding (SjeatJjlo and Tacoma and a
brief stay at American Lake.
Miss Nell Hay, who has taught in
the Grant school the pat year, .has
gone to l'ortland for the summer.
Mrs. James Elvin is enjoying a ten
day s outing at Seattle.
Mrs. R. B. Houston is visiting at
Wood burn ever the weok eaH Mrs.
Houston arrived from Santa Rosa, Cal
ifornia, recenltly for a summer 'a so
journ with Salem friends.
Mra. A. L. Johnson delightfully en
tertained the members of a small card
club Wednesday aftornoon at her home
on State street. Roses and greenery
contributed attractive ' decoration for
the gathering. Three tables of five
hundred were cireted by tho players,
Una high, score falling to Mrs. W. 1
(Needham. The hostess was assisted in
serving by Mrs. C. E. Cashatt.
. Those present were: Mrs: Viola Ty
ler, Mrs. W. I. Needham, Mrs. Darby,
M9. C. E. Cashatt, Mrs.' W. J. Cul
ler, Mrs. H. H. Cory, Mrs. W. M.
Bushey, Mrs. Frank Shafor, Mrs. Wal
ter Buehner, Mrs. O. P. Hoff, Mis.
Ray Baker, Mr 0. T. Brandt.
Miss Sylvia Belle Edmiston, the
duughlter of Mr. and) Mrs. E. L. Edmis
ton of Sherwood, became the bride
of Kent Sinieoa. Craps at a prertty
homo wedding, solemnized Wednesday
noon at the new residence of the young
couplo, 1017 North Twentieth Street.
Rev. II. N. Aldrkih of the Leslie Meth
odWto ichuK'ih, fnead (the service, the
double ring ceremony being used. The
brklul couple stood beneolth an arch, of
syringa, the decorations throughout
the rooms consisting of an effective
arrangement of syringa and American
The bride woro a becoming gown of
ivory toned satin witih pearl embellish
ments. fcMie earner! a lovery shower
bouquot of Ceeil Brunncr roses and
JiumeuiniU'ly following the vows, a
dainty buffnt luncheon was sewed.
BE HEARD IN THEIR FIRST SEMI
The young couple lift the same after- Mrs. G. F. Holi, Mr. and Mm Thee
noon for .Newport, where they will dore ElXh) tha Misses Lena Belle Tir
spend their honewmoon. They will be , , ,
at home after jiy first. - Mllarei Trimble, Grace Fawk,
The bride graduated from the Wash- iAbbie Pay is, Lueile Ross, Leona Peter
ington high school at Portia&d is 1917 bob, Gertie and Greta Witzel, Lillian
later attending Wiilamieftae Universi- Marylwlla Beinhart, Marv Ear-
tv, beang an x-raember ot the elas of,.. T -,r i.- o-v u.v
1919. Mr. Krapa w the son of Mr. and Ha!t' Artlu Smlth
Mrs. J. J. Krapa of Salem, the form- rt Seamster, G. P. Neptune.
er being presadent of the Capital rot-
The guests at the wedding were. Mr.
and Mis. S. T. Edmidton, Mr. and Mra
Mayra Mc Kinney, Mr. and Mra. W.
r. tampoen,. -Mr. ana jits. j. a. Apoii0 eiub, announced for next Wed
Krajw, Mr. and Mb. E. T. Malvia, jy nigat ftt the 6 rand Opera house.
Mise Clara Bowne of Turner, Miss Ye- That tllre be m targe uj repre
nita MeKmney, Miss Alta Edmiston of gentatiTe audience to greet the singers
Sherwood, Moss Edna Cone of Portland, . when tttgr make tneir bow t ettoral
er, Lee CordeU Ball of Turner ,A. J.
Mrs. George H. Burnett, who has
been appointed grand chaplain of the
grand chapter of the Order of Eastern
Star of Oregon, was tho guest of honor
at a Tery enjoyable reception given
Tuesday nighlt at the Jlaeomc xempie.
About 125 vera premmt, including
several grand officers of the elate
from out of town. They were Mrs. Ma
bel Settlemeier of Woodburn, worthy
errand matron: Mrs. Alberta McMur-
phy of Eugene, associate worthy grand
matron; Mrs. Maud Scott oi vtooa
burn, grand Man; ha, and Thomas J.
Ryan, past grand patron.
An entertaining .program was en
joyed, followed by dancing. Contribut
ing to the success of the program -were
Mra Rose Babiik and Mrs. Parey
. upper, who gave a vocal duet; Miss
Edna Ackerman, a eolo; and ten pupils
of Miss: Elizabeth Levy, who were
heard in violin numbers.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pascoe have as
their house guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank W. Castle of Alberta, Canada.
Mra Castle is more recently from Den
ver, Colorado, where she has been vis
iting friends for nearly a year. For
several years Mr. Castle's family were
neiehbors of the Paseocs in Canada,
and the present visit is especially one
of mutual enjoyment. Both hosts and
guests were entertained at dinner Wed
nesday night by Mr. and Mrs. Fred O.
Bartholomew ait their home on .North
Though) residing at present in jtoee-
bug, Mr. and Mrs. Castle plan to re
turn to Salem in tie fall, to make
their permanent home in the capital
Mr. and Mts. Charles Jory arrived
this mornimr from Stockton, California.
for an indefinite visit in Saleim as the
guasta of Mrs. Jory 's sister, Mrs. Cal
Pafcton. Mrs. Jory was aiiss ura uooa-
rieh before her marriage, a former
well known Salem girl.
Wednesday evening the choir of- the
First Baptist thurch enjoyed the hospi
tality of Mr. and Mrs. A. N Fulkerson
at "KillcaTe,'' their ranch two miles
south of Salem. A .Musket lunch was
served on the liwn supplemented by
strawberries and cream from the Ful
kerson ranch, and coffee, also provid
ed by the hostess. After lunch guided
from place to place by the discovery
of hidden notes the guests finally
found a cleverly written note signed
by the "gods" giving them witty sug
gestions regarding their work.
The choir then heW) its wcemy re
hearsal on the lawn with the organ
on the porch, practicing the cantata
Ruth, wbich is to be rendered next
Another game followed wherein the
town folke had an opportunity to show
their laek of knowledge of many em-
mon artiries iwpd daily on the ranch
The wiitwr of thus guessing game,-
ilns. U. li. .Neptune, received a nuge
platter ofl home made adorer" can
ny, which was generously shared with
ths guests. Those present were: Mr.-
and Mrs. A. N. Fulkerson, Dr. and
ANNUAL CONCERT WEDNESDAY
PromiBCct among the musical events
of the season and undoubtedly marking
a new epoch in Salem musical circles
tb irgt geuu-annual aoneert of the
organization seems apparent from the
splendid local interest manifested.
Included in the club's personnel for
the opening appearance will be sixteen
of Salem 'a best male voices, under the
direction of Joha W. Todd. A program
covering a wide range of effects in
male chorus work and calculated 'to
suit every taste has been prepared and
numerous special rehearsals are being
held, with a view toward catching up
the slightest unfinished phrase or
Assisting the club in the program
will be Mts. Lulu Dahl Miller, contral
to, of Portfcind. she having been chosen
as being a high favorite in Portland
musical circles and as having an en
viable reputation throughout the en
Miss Berniee Clark is the club 'a of-"
ficiai accompanist and will be assist
ed in this important part of the pro
gram by Miss Beatrice Shelton, or
gan, and Miss Lillian Stege, violin.
Prcfessor Delfa Crowder-Miller has
returned from Mt. Angel, where she
has been putting on a play in the acad
emy. The play was "Every Maid,"
and followed the commencement exer
cises which took place Wednesday afternoon-
It was given 'before a large
audience, who responded with decided
appreciation of its merits.
Professor Miller will spend most of
the summer in Salem. She will have a
limited number of private pupils in
HartridgQ Whipp, baritone soloist,
formerly of Portland, and now of New
York city, was one of the soloists in a
rendition at Schenectady, H. 3t of
Coleridge Taylor's "Hiawatha." In
speaking of Mr. Whipp 's singing, the
Schenectady, N. Y., Gazette newspa
per says: "The Hiawatfla partg were
sung in an admirable spirit of exalta
tion and with a pleasing and express
ive voice by Hartridge Whipp, ot rew
York, the baritone. Probably there are
few more trying parts than the decla
ration of Hiawatha of his vision of
the ooming of the white men which
was splendidly sung by Mr. Whipp.
Many other effective passages came to
him and he sang them all delightful
ly," The tenor soloist was Orville Har
rold a well known concert and opera
tenor. The Union-Star newspaper, of
that city, said: "Mr. Whipp made the
personal hit of the evening." Mr
VVhLpp . is engaged, as soloist for the
month ef Jury at' Chautauqua, N. T.,
under Alfred Hallam, and with the aid
of the Metropolitan Opera-House or
chestra such 'works as "Elijah" and
"Aida" win b rendered. The month
that Mr. Whipp is engaged there 'Joan
of Arc," -"The Mystifi Trumpeter"
and "The Rose Maiden" will be giv
en. Mr. Wbipp opens his next concert
season October 21, in Aeolian Hall.
New York City.
Mrs. K. S. Bartlett has just returned
from Palo Alto, California, where she
has been visiting with her husband,
Sergeant K. 8. Bartlett. Mrs. Bartlett
m, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Cleveland, of Salem.
Miss Edma L. Sterling and Miss Hel
ena Willett are spending a few days
in Portland at the Multnomah hotel.
NIGHT, GRAND OPERA HOUSE
D. H. MOSHER
ffitjh CJass Ladies' Tailoring
474 Court Street
IN THE REALM OF MUSIC
THE interest of the week lay chief
ly in music, with the resumption
of activities by the Salem band,
and several recitals of note. Among
the latter was the muraicale gives by
the senior piano class of Miss Beatrice
Shelton, which made an auspicious
opening for the other events, taking
place Monday night, at the First Con
gregational church before a large au
dience despite the fact that a patri
otic, .meeting was suiieOuled for the
A decorative plan euiloyinfr palms.
scarlet rambler rosea, and flags jnade
a harmonious background for the music
The ushers were Miss Ruth Boee-
brangh, Miss Alta Johnson, Miss Grace
fawn, Aliss tKrtrude Tasto and Miss
The definite art oi program, ar
rangement was not en at first glance,
indeed is character.stic of the pro
grams given under the supervision -of
The introduction, Invitation a la
Valse (Weber), by Miss Laura Arens
and Miss Ruth Schultz, secured the at
tention of the audience, who followed
whole-nearteKlly through the brilliant
ly executed numbers. Splendid unison
distinguished their work, the waltz
theme and big climaxes holding pr-
Miss Gretehen Brown, an artistic
young girl of more than ordinary prom
ise, displayed much interpretative abil
ity, giving a clearly -defined explana
tion of the Mazurka de Salon (Lar
regla) and Poupee Volsante (Poldini),
two very different numbers.
Grieg's Morgenstimjnung, and Mac
Dowell's fiichattentanz, afforded Miss
Joanna James an oppertumty to riis
play her excellent musicianship. She
.will doubtlessly develop into a pianists
of more than ordinary auahty, should
she continue her study of the instru
ment. Her second number wa especial
ly fine, every note pearl-like in its
A Carreno composition, Mi Teresita,
and one by Bachmann, Breton Gtgue,
wore delineated in a charming way by
Mies Genevieve Yannke, who truthful
ly reproduced every tone, Bringing out
all the intricate details.
Following her was the double num
ber, Hymn to the Sun, and The Echo
ttong. anterpreted by Mrs. Oscar Ging
rich, who has been studying this es
pecial work with Mrs. Anna Rogers
iiah. She disclosed a fine intelligence
a carefully elaborated plan ot inter
pretation, with numerous graceful and
significant details nicely fitted into
the general scheme. Miss Ruth Bed
fiord, at tho piane added much by hor
Always a favorite, Kevin's Country
Damce, toy Miss James and Miss Bod
ford held new delights in the't playing
of the selection. They consistently
caught the Bpirit and idea of the com
poser, depicting the old country fid
dler with a peculiar fidelity.
Miss Aaness Halsll showed very
considerable talent in her rendition of
The Silver Spring (Mason), lending to
it a fascinating sense of rhythm and
no little brilliancy.
Two readings by Riley, That Old
Sweetheart of Mine, and Out to Old
Auut Mary's, by Mrs. Blanch Howard
occupied an important place. Miss Bed
ford furnishing a musical setting. As a
reader Mrs. Howard i coming to oc
cupy a place, all her own- In her mus
cels, dive idisptoys rar artistry, pre-
cells, she displays rare artistry, pre
senting them with not only teenmoai
skill, but with an exquisite taste and
Miss Laura Arena made much of tho
Prelude C sharp Minor, Rachmanin
off's big musical transcription from
Doftaievskl's novel Crime and Fic
tion. Miss Arenz has the power of a
concert pianiste, demonstrating not
only admirable technical attainments,
but significant musicsl gifts in her
performance, SUo hns tremendous indi
viduality for so young a player. There
is nothing of tho sentimental in her
irark, but it is always on a big scale.
Mr. Roberts at the organ sustained the
big tones adding much to the beauty
of the selection thereby.
Miss Ada Millar who is coming to be
in demand on almost every program,
delighted her hearers once again, as
sisting with a double number, fcpring
Song (Cadman) and inter xvos yiac
Failyen). She gave a wondeful inter
pretation ftt the former and in the -sec
ond, (a number so well received at
her .concert.) She agtin cttarnieti iu
the loveliness of her vok'; so much
so that she was obliged to return, t or
an encore she gave Butterflies, Dy
The numbers elsosen by Miss-Ben-
ford. Valse de Concert (Weiniawski),
and Les Sylvains (The Fauns) (Cha
minade). would have been a test to a
much more advanced musician. Promi-
. ji l.n
marvelous surety of touch. Her aceoin-
lienc was ner purity oi umo im .
'nnnLinents were no less remarkable, for
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they were iineo wun prnccnuu i
musical technic, and musicianship in
full quantity. She has been a pupil of
Miss Shelton since very early child
hood. Miss Bedford had the honor of be
ing selected by the faculty of the
hih school to represent it on the re
cent commencement program, and for
the past two years has served as ac
companist for" the high school Glee
Two impressively btg numbers com
pleted the program. The Day is Pone
(Lohr,) by Miss Miller and Alfred
Schramm, with Mrs. Schramm at the
piano and Mr. Rolrts at the organ,
and the organ and piano finale, Na
tional Anthems of the Allies, and med
ley of American airs by Mr. Roberts
and Mies Arenz.
The beaut v of Longfellow's familiar
norm when net to music fairlv electri-
'fieJ the audience. It had never been;
heard here before, and was rendered
ia a manner that placed It easily as
concert program number. Ths two
voices equal in tone and quality were
in exquisite harmony, aeiiher ever
balancing the other. Aa encore of Cad
man a gave Mr. Schramm an opportunity-
to display tae dramatic quality of
Mrs. 81'hramm's assistance was a bit
of art itself, while Mr. Roberts demoa
strated his mastery of the pipe organ,
adjusting himself easily to a new ami
With the memory of this affair freak
in oar minde we are to again be given,
an opportunity of hearing some of Miss'
Shelton 'a pupils when she presents her
Ijmior class at the Unitarian church
This will be given as a benefit for
the Boy Scouts, the entire proceeds of
a silver offering going to that organi
zation for tho part which it has taken
ia the various local patriotic enterpris
es. The intermediate and advanced pia
no pupils of Mrs. WaTter A. Denton
were presented in recital last Friday
afternoon at hor studio 148 North;
Twelfth street. The recital, whieh was
an unusually pretty affair closed iha
musical activities of Mrs. Denton's
clauses for the season. The work of
these pupils was thoroughly enjoyed
and appreciated by the friends, who
were the guests of the afternoon. The
selections were Tendered most credit
ably, .disptaying a finish of execution
and individuality. In Tact individual
ity seems to be Mrs. Denton's key
note in teaching others, her ideas as
exemplified in her class -work, empha
sizing the development of personality
and its natural and artistic expression.
Mrs. Denton has been strikingly suc
cessful in the results obtained from
rhus encouraging her pupils to xpre
themselves along original tinea- '
Hor program for Wednesday follows:
Dooaild Allison, Elbert Lachelo
Humoresque - Nick von Wilm
Valse Impromptu- Ferbar
Bohemian Oirl Balfe-Dorn
Annie Laurie ... Lange
The Trout Stream : .....Webb
.- Ethslwynue Kelley-,' ...
(a) Dream : nu Litta Lynn
(b) The Land of Suushine .... Huerter
Vocal solo -. Selected
Recitation - -
(a) Little Gray Home in the West, Lohr
(b) Beverie Jai-obs-Bond
Chant d Civil - Lack
Danse Eeossaiee Baker
Chanson Kusso Smith
(a) Romance : Sibelius
(b) Witches Dance - MacDoweU
An unusually interesting recital was
riven bv the niano and violin pupils
of Miss Joy Turner recently, at the
Commercial club auditorium. Each num
ber was given in a thoroughly musi
ciauly manner and reflected credit on
both tcaither and pupils. Little Miss
Martello Shipp, a pupil of Mrs. Ralph
White and a talented dam-er, favored
tho guests with the graceful Juno Bug
dance, and was most c-utnusiastieally
A feature of the ovening's pleasure
was the ensemble club, composed of
14 violins, which gave a selection en-
tirelv from memory. This nnmher was
marked by perfect intonation and
rhvthni although several ot tne play
ers wero under 11 years of age.
Masses of ferns, pinS roses and peo
nies wore artistically arranged about
the plntform ami served as a prony
setting for the performers.
Miss Turner was piano accompanist
for the violin soloists, shet played with
good support and .musical understand-
imz. Many menus ana reiuiiven c-
joyedi the following program:
Vioan duet, under me
Caprice - J--' ureenwam
Oswald SeaverBon, Walter Fleming ,
Piano (a) Ding, Dong Bell
(bj Sing, Rabin, Sing, G. Spaulding
Edith Thompson .
iolin Devotion Gruenbcrg
Violin Flow Gently Sweet Afton
.. Arr. by wieganu
ipiano(n) A Mountain Pink.-.Spaulding
(b) Jolly Kamdrops spumum
Violin May Day C. Vogt
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