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 - Pup Us Pi \ Recital in YWAuditorium ! 1 1 the...
Pup Us Pi \ Recital in YWAuditorium ! 1 1 the Parents and friends who filled to capacity the , . , . , , . . " Miss Jackie McCutcheon, A auditorium last night heard 27 young, promising in recital and acclaimed their performance, under the' with direction of their instructor, Miss Elenora Grey Smith* excellent. Beginning at 8 o'clock, the pro- "" gram was announced as follows: "Come and Play," Frost, and "My Fast Waltz," Rolelh, by Pr.scriir Smith, "Xight Hike." Sterner, and "The Three Trolls," Eckstein, by Barbara B o w e n; "Murmuring Fountains " Blagdon, by Kathleen Grant; "Sonatina " Dwbelh. by Beth Bauer; "Frolicking. Rollicky V/ind." Coburn, and "Pirates," Seul Hoist, by John Osborne; "Spring; Dance," Bentley, by Man- ;iyn Mallory, "L'Aialanche," Hell- 1 er, by Lynn McDov, el!, 'Spuming Song," Ell.neniexh, by Amanda Harmon; "Witches in the Wind." Adams, by Sandra Hab- 'good; "Taiantella," DuVal, by I Paul Appleby; "Cotton Tails," Bur\ Bur\ leigh, by Marcia Matson; "Sea Mr. and His. Herbert T. Ledden, Mrs. J W. Beceaux, and Mrs. A. Heitzmger have returned from a six-day trip through the New England England States. On Saturday, June 9. they attended the wedding o. James Joseph Ledden. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ledden, and Xa- talie Prances Drmg of Newport, R. I. The WSCS of the Asbury Meth- oa.st Charch. Has: Main St., will meet today, at 8 p ni Mrs. Frances Gross and Mrs. Alfred Brandow are m charge of program Mrs. Ross Warner \vill Idyl," Hayes, by Catherine Craig; 1 devotions Refreshments -will oe Cradle game;, pary Mrs. Fred- Donald ' Dance of Ins." Brouv.eis, by Sandra Relchenbach, "Prelude in D Minor," Porter, by DeLancey Johnson; "Russian Dance." Engelmann, Engelmann, by Charles Theodore, "Scheizo--B Minor," Boykin, by Susan Kellogg. "Retuin of Spring-," Friml, by Maigot McDov,ell. Following sn intermision, the following following compositions were heard: "Nocturne--F Minor," Chopin, by Patiicra Buckley; " W i t c h e s Dance," MacDowell, by Donna 'Roeder; "Liebestiaume," Liszt, by ! Chi-istine Frcmmg; "Aiabcsque," Lechetizky, Virginia Hosanson; i "Hungarian Dance," MacDowell by William Osborne, "Viennese Waltzes." Lrszt, by Janet Kellogg, I "Romance," LaForge, b\ Maijorie ! Fox. i "Cracovian Fantisiique " Pad- eiwski. by Judy Zook: Fantasie , Impiomtu," Chopin, by Marie Schorman; and "Noctuine Op 15-I 15-I No. 2," Chopin, and "Etude Op. 125--No. 12," Chopin, by Jacc Gil, Gil, dersleeve. served by Mrs. Victor Digel and The'.ma Stubeniauch. Mrs Al Case, Lrrnestons, has re- tuined home after spending two weeks with her husband, Cpl. Al

Clipped from The Bradford Era14 Jun 1951, ThuPage 4

The Bradford Era (Bradford, Pennsylvania)14 Jun 1951, ThuPage 4
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