betters band 1938

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betters band 1938 - HETIIEI, A. M. K. GROUP SPONSOKS ML'SIC'ALE AT...
HETIIEI, A. M. K. GROUP SPONSOKS ML'SIC'ALE AT ( 'Hl'RC'lI ON FRIDAY Perry Simmons, chairman of the "S"C0 Clab," a group of Bethel A. M. E. church, announces that an entertainment will be held at the church Friday evening with a pro- pro- ,13111 tt be presented by the "Betters "Betters Family" of Connellsville. This family is a most talented one, all members being singers and instrumentalists. instrumentalists. Vocal numbers, solos, taiets. trios and choruses, and instrumental instrumental selections, trumpet. clarinet, saxophone, piano and ensembles ensembles vill be featured. The concert is open to the public, nil who are interested being invited to attend; proceeds will be credited to the sponsoring club and turned into the church funds. The following program will be presented : Opening selection by the boys. Trumpet Solo "Tulip." by James Betters. Duet-'-Ncarer Duet-'-Ncarer Duet-'-Ncarer Duet-'-Ncarer Duet-'-Ncarer My God to Thee," by Harold and Vera Jean Betters. tiarinet Solo "Heartsease," by George Betters, Jr. Saxophone Solo "Irene." by Le-la Le-la Le-la Mae Betters. Trio - ' All American March," by James. Lela and George Betters. Saxophone Solo -"World -"World Is Waiting Waiting for the Sunrise," by Vera Betters. Betters. Duct "Jack and Jill," by James and George Betters. Piano Duet- Duet- by Lela Mae Betters and Charlie Davis. Duet "Auld Lang Syne," by Vera and Harold Betters. Selection by the. Band "Promotion." "Promotion." Clarinet Solo - "Country Gardens," by George Betters, Jr. Trio "Abide With Me," by Vera Jean, James and Harold Betters, Trumpet Solo "Supremacy of Rights," by James Betters. Piano Solo Lela Mae Betters. Saxophone Solo - "Merry Widow Waltz." by Vera Jean Betters. Clarinet Solo "Fragrant Flower's," Flower's," by George Betters, Jr. Saxophone Solo "Louise," by Lela Mae Betters. Duet -"Red -"Red Sails in the Sunset," by James and George Betters. ' Saxophone Solo -"Martinello," -"Martinello," by Lela Mao Betters. Duet "Gold Mine in the Sky," by James and George Betters. (Vocal by Vera Jean Betters) Betters Band - "Anchors A weigh."

Clipped from The Daily Republican27 Apr 1938, WedPage 3

The Daily Republican (Monongahela, Pennsylvania)27 Apr 1938, WedPage 3
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