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t e f u m lies. hoiiur h r o u g h will The as assistant l a w . F u i - pastor. n ul were d o . M a r y Cor- oC iho M a r y l^iura e In d w i t h lace, elfect her Entertainment Includes Mov. ics, Harmonica Music and Crayon Work. n of i d ? w Boys of all ages, numlers and friends, with several Senior members, stepped into the lobby of the boys' department of the Young Men's Christian Association Friday evening. and w i t h much enthu.sia.sni an excellent program of cntcrtam- nii-nt and movies. supervised u n d Hie direction of the Model Airplane Club and Hoys' Work Secretary Maion. Approximately 100 were present lo see the first in a series of entertainments given by the clubs of Association. . Secretary Mason, who i3 trying" form a harmonica band among the boys, took his first step when f i volunloered to play. They hud but oiio rehearsal and performed in the milliner of professionals. The quintet Wiis comprised of ""footer" K u -Deacon" Alger. "Hollo" Peters, "Hunk" Hallgring and "Jerry" lierard. Kuiiin:th Kiiowe was the bandmaster of Hie croup and announced each song hit. Kent, Berard and A l playod various songs, w h i l e ;ind 1'tiers joined t h e encores others. Their program for the «ven- :n;; WHS as follows: "Thu Stars Stripes forever," played by all f i "Way Down u p n n the Hvvancc Clyde Algcr; encore, "Where do work John"; "Old Black Joe." Conr.i-1 Beranl; encores, "Itomona" an-'l "Black Bottom"; "I'ack up your troubles." Fred K e n t ; encores, v e t ' Moon." k ! V i n c e n t Eric-son was a d r a w i n g c h a r a c t e r t s to i present, and Victor G o s of ! performed w i t h the charcoal, l t t i o flower | ins sketches the hoys put on the paper for Klnu-r C m l w o r t h . Jr.. brid« ' lh(* Koper.i High School best whose f a t h e r composed . The School March. played th h o n o r j m a r c h for tho ot and a i ,uid was requested to i l l i | also played "A Kiss in c h j e u t ; Due to the large n u r s . t , played t h e y s a n g , t h e home nf in tho preparatory class, j h r e .md not two, as previously stated ivill he formed from the Friendly d i n n Club. C o m p e t i t i m o r n i n g , and is expected h a l l . M r . . t j The boys w i l l also compete work nnd ( i i u s t a n d i n g 1 e n ' t r a m s w i l l be i d e p a r t m e n t a f t e r j i t u r l t i R i h e w e e k . a l r e a d y been selected.

Clipped from Newport Mercury25 Oct 1929, FriPage 6

Newport Mercury (Newport, Rhode Island)25 Oct 1929, FriPage 6
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