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Ganka - i ; , Raymond Stahl, • second tenor; Henry...
i ; , Raymond Stahl, • second tenor; Henry Brown, first bass; Harold Foote, second bass; Pauline Ganka, Ganka, soprano; Lucille Ganka, ac- canlst. The program was as follows: follows: "Deep River" and "The Blind Ploughman." by the Quartette; Quartette; "He that Dwelleth In the Secret Places," by Mr. Brown; "All for Yon,"' and "The Drum," by the quartette; ''Pilgrim's Song," Mr. Fcote; "Hflme. pri" the, Range," and "The Slelghij", by the quartette; quartette; "In this. Solemn House," Mr. Rogers and M¥s,- Brown; "In the tQxembourg Gardens," and "Talty-Ho, "Talty-Ho, 1 ' by the quartette; "Ave Ma'r'la," by ,Mr. Stahl; "Venetian Love Song," and "A Spirit Flower, Flower, 1 ' <he quartette; "The Ninety| and Nine," .Mr. Rogers; "Seren-, ade," and "Bacarolle," Miss Ganka Ganka and Mr. Stahl; "The Rosary," Miss Ganka and the quartette. Mrs. Ora Scdtt Davis, 51, died Sunday afternoon . at 1:30 o'clock at her home seven miles east of Hcmer. She is survived by. her husband Jay and a daughter, of Clinton; four step-cihldren, James, Charlotte, Roy and . Mary Louise. Funeral services will be helci Wednesday Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 -o'clock at the Marsh funeral home In Al-

Clipped from Marshall Evening Chronicle24 Apr 1934, TuePage 4

Marshall Evening Chronicle (Marshall, Michigan)24 Apr 1934, TuePage 4
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