Mom and Aunt Lynn in music program
Program of Music At Wormleysburg The Wormleysburg grade school will present a program of music Thursday and Friday at 7.45 p. m. in the school auditorium. This af ternoon a matinee of the program was given for the junior high school students and children of pre - school age. Grades one, two and three will present an operetta entitled "The Land of Dreams Come True," which take four playmates into Mother Goose Land and shows them some of the well known characters of that make believe place. The four children who visit the "Land of Dreams Come True" will be protrayed by Joanne Heit, Philip Geise, Jane Zimmerman, and Theodore Sweger. The part of Mother Goose will be taken by Donna Fluke and Doris Brewen will be the old woman. The other characters are as follows: Bo - Peep, Annetta Brock; Jack Horner, Harry Steele; Queen of Hearts, Arlene Ernest; Boy Blue, Billy Spong; Miss Muffet, Ann Fahnestock; Son John, Benny Anspach; Jill. Nancy Long; Jack, John Peters; Contrary, Nancy Jo Luce; Nimble Jack, Pat Miller, and the giant, Charles Miller. The chorus of pixies includes Lester Spangler, Jimmy Gearhart, James Harne, Robert Geise, George Heit, George Young, Charles Slay - baugh and James Weikert. The following are in the playmate chorus, John Bomgardner, Rich ard Reed, Louise Emenheiser, Maureen McColum, Edward Porr, Russel Lukens, Norman Stoner, and Robert Renshaw. There will be. three choruses of flowers. The rose chorus is com. posed of Beatrice Keller, Karen Bloomberg, Vivian Boston, and Rosonna Zimmerman. The daisies are Beverly Brinton, Doris Keller, Joanne DiMascio, Susan Under wood, and Nancy Hauf. Blubells are Ralph Goodling, Donald Brude, Ronald Powers, Donald Porr, Joe Enney, and Eugene DiMascio. Grades four, five and six will sing several selections. Some of these songs are from the recent movie production, "Song of the South." This intermediate chorus is as follows':' sopranos, Arlene Bashore, Constance Berrier, Shir. ley Bomgardner, Mary Louise Boston, Mary Davis, Louise DiMascio, Delores Dunkelberger, Dorothy ' Magill, Beverly Miller, Nancy Neidhammer, Betty Mae Powers, Nancy Uffelman, Carolyn Weary, Nancy Yoder, Geraldine Weary, Robert Banks, Anthony Bruce, Allen Bruner, Charles Deal, Jerry Ernest, James Lutz, Stephen Pearson, Robert ' Radle, Walter Shaffer, Pedrick Young and Don ald Zimmerman. The altos are Gretchen Baker, Lynn Berrier, Dorothy Boak, Alice Brewen, Virginia Bruce, Irene Coble, Anna Harne, Patricia Pine, Sandra Rahn, Paula Steward, Wilhelmena Steward, Eugene Acn Martin Anspach, Charles Boak, Clarence Bolinger, Jack Branyon, Louis Holcombe, Bill Robbins, and Larry Seigford.