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from Mason County's Sedond est City, and Agricultural and Dairying Center MRS/FRANK BARCLAY, Correspondent (Telephone 126-F*14 or No, 1) A large and attentive audience audience enjoyed the concert given at the school auditorium Friday evening, under direction of Clark L." Brody, school musical instructor 1 .' The entire ' program was above the average in its scope and presentation, the various groups show ing achievement of a splendid balance balance both in vocal and in- s£rumental numbers. j'fche . Girls' Glee club shows outstanding results of its short period of work. As soon as their new costumes of gold blouses and • blue skirts are •completed, the group will present present a pleasing .appearance *—#—•x—*—*- — *—#—#—#— I •'.-, * OUR SERVICE extends right to your home | , .Phone 41 I -;. We will ;come , i WEST MICHIGAN SERVICE BUREAU, M. S. Stowell and Sons Scottville . .. ' ! #—#—*—*—* — #—#—*—*— which will please ihe eye as well as the ear. Members of Glee Club, Members of the Glee club are: , ,. Arlene Andersen, Lenora Bach, Helen Bahr, Carol Bosworth, Bosworth, i Margaret Cook, Elea- nofe Gifford, Louise Gulembo, Unica Hammond, Burnette Hasse, Doris Huddlestunj Sylvia Sylvia Knowles, Jessie Marks, Lois Pittard, Irene Ragina, Elizabeth Spencer, first soprano. soprano. «- Eileen Alway, Myrtle Andersen, Andersen, Helen Baker, Muriel Baker, Baker, Rosanna Bartlett, Phyllis Biegalle, Lois Conrad, Myrtle Cox, Doris Eschels,. Lois Finley, Cora Fockler, Ethylin Gulembo, Kathleen Halberg, Anna Levi- kas, Isabelle Malucky, lola Miller, Miller, Rachel Miller, Lillian Neil, Elaine Parker, Phyllis Wicklund, Wicklund, second soprano. Angeline Bach, Audrey Boughton, Marie Chilberg, Betty Betty Conrad, Julia Dereski, Florine Florine Dumas, Olive Eversen, Marilia Marilia Griffith, Carol Mattix, Mary Nelson, Dorothy Olowach, Ethel Olson, Phyllis Rozelle, Dorothy Sprague, • Mildred Sprague, Iva Standish, Jean Stuart, alto. Carol Mattix and Carol Bosworth Bosworth are accompanists. Two excellent numbers were rendered by the Freshmen and Sophomore Glee club. The high school band and orchestra showed a marked understanding understanding of music. Members Members ' of the band are John Hunt, flute and piccolo; Lois Bosworth," Carol Mattix, Elizabeth Elizabeth Spencer, Wendell Young, B-flat clarinet; Lois Conrad, Junior Stowell, SWtlAt , Saxophone; Saxophone; Cora Focklef, 'Fredrick Hipiey, Robert smith, B-flat trumpets; Fredrick Brail, Ulan Kdftge, Ida Marts!, George Old* wach, Harold selby, trbfflbsrle; Julia Marts, E-flat altd{ BUd Felt, bass;'Raymond Schulte, ffim Thorne, dfuttlS. Members of the orchestra Include Ruth Aleinlk,> Angeline Angeline Bach, Harry Bortell, Carol Bosworth, Donna ? Brail, Margaret Cook, MelBert Emmas,, Edmund Grassa, Emmett Griffin, Griffin, Mildred Johnson, Mariam Klrkmart, Everett Leluftan, Arloa Arloa Odean, Charles Pepperman, Thomas Selby, violin; John Hunt, flute; Lois Bosworth, Wendell Young, clarinet; Lois Conrad, Junior Stowell, saxophone; saxophone; Cora Fockler, Fredrick Hipley, trumpet; Ida Martz, George Olowach, trombone: Julia Martz, E-flat alto; Robert Pinkerton, drums; Eleanor Gifford, Gifford, piano. Scottville Community band was received with much enthusiasm. enthusiasm. All of its numbers were fine, their second number, the overture,. "Colloseum" by DeLamater, being especially well given. Mr. Brody, who is spending his first year in Scottville as -well as his first year of teaching, teaching, is accomplishing a great deal in bringing an appreciation appreciation of good music. Seeley E. Breen laid a splendid foundation foundation for music in the schools during his years of work and Mr. Brody is carrying on this work splendidly. Many expressions expressions of gratification were expressed by parents of students students taking music Friday evening evening as the various units presented presented 'their work. An especially especially noteworthy point revealed revealed in the concert is the exceptionally exceptionally fine music selected by Mr. Brody for his groups and the splendid manner In which he instructs these groups to express a keen and sympathetic sympathetic feeling for their numbers. numbers. Scottville Locals Mrs. M. H. Coburn entertained Comrads club Friday, the, guests enjoying a potluck dinner and a social afternoon, Members of

Clipped from The Ludington Daily News27 Nov 1934, TuePage 5

The Ludington Daily News (Ludington, Michigan)27 Nov 1934, TuePage 5
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