Rosamond Hartman- dance performance

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Rosamond Hartman- dance performance - MASK BALL HELD BY LIEDERKRANZ IS HUGE SUCCESS...
MASK BALL HELD BY LIEDERKRANZ IS HUGE SUCCESS Casino Hall Scene of 59th AffairPrizes AffairPrizes Awarded for Costumes With their spacious clubrooms transformed into a virtual fairyland fairyland of beauty through the medium of elaborate electrical decorations and effects arranged by Steward Karl H. Klee. members of the Scranton Liederkranz entertained at their 59th annual mask ball and reception last night in Casino Hail. Close to 1.000 members and their friends attended the event. The evening's program opened with offerings by students of the Fleischcr - Showerman school of dancing. The program follows: solo, Sylvia Tannenbaum; garland dancers, Marjorie Miller, Antonctlc Palumbo. Rosamond Hartman and Josephine Ricker; sailor's hornpipe, Raymond Price; page and escort, dance duet. Olga Senuk and Junior James. The dancers told in story of a hostess entertaining the Prince and Princess of Frolic. The mipils were remarkable in their dramatization dramatization of the various parts. The pageind her escort, both four - year - old dancers, were especially well received. received. Miss Hortcnse Hagen and Charles J. Sprandcl, Jr., were in the roles of the Princess and Prince respectively. respectively. Following their presentation presentation "the grand march was staged, led by President George F. Schautz and other members of the committee committee in formal attire. Cash prizes were awarded for costumes. Judges were Jim Welsh, of The Scranton Times. Beniainin Epstein, The Scranton Siui and Joseph A Loftus, The Scranton Republican. Prizes were awarded as follows: most elaborate lady's costume, Miss Ruth Klee; most elaborate man's costume, Emil Leibold: most original original lady's and man's costumes, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Dooley; most comical lady's costume, Mrs. Amelia Amelia Wagner; mast comical man's costume, Jimmy Murphy. Music, presented by the Hotel Casey orchestra, was another fea ture. Arrangements for the ball were in charge of the board of directors directors and house committee of the Liedcrkranz comprising the following: following: George F. Schautz, Fred Klee, William G. Meissner. Ferdinand Chamoni, Harry Kolb, Alex J. Wagner. Wagner. John B Telleysh. E. S. Softley, S. E. Weston, A. J. Pitman, Al Tannenbaum, Tannenbaum, Charles B. cooper, J. J. Grego, Al Davitt and John J. Cordts. During the evening luncheon luncheon was served by Steward Klee.

Clipped from The Scranton Republican14 Feb 1928, TuePage 7

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)14 Feb 1928, TuePage 7
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