Clipped From The Weimar Mercury
IISS HOLT OF WAELDER TO PLAY VIOLIN HERE .eature of the play, "Her Gloves." vhich will be staged at the school luditorium here Nov. 3rd will be the •lolin playing of Miss Virginia Scott Holt of Waeldcr, daughter of Mr. and Jrs. W. H. Holt. Miss Holt will give a violin solo between the first and sec- md acts of the play. Miss Holt's playing has been ac- ilaimed remarkable and unusual by nany audiences before whom she has appeared in South Texas, and she is :cd to take a violin solo part in Nashville Symphony Orchestra of Nashville, Tenn., during its tour of •erul cities in that state this winter, e studied under the renowned Eric Sorantin of Nashville Conservatory id is now a pupil of Carl Venth. Music lovers of this section will have opportunity to hear some remarkable he violin she uses is an exceedingly ild instrument. Miss Holt will be iceompnnled by Miss Ruth Allsup of Waelder.—Columbus Citizen.