|g |jgf gj| |fl '^Ifa'S Who* will 0. of in in In Pittsburgh Music By RALPH LEWANDO Lois Welsh BrumM, young clan and educator it supervisor el music in the Dravosburg public schools. Mrs. Drumm was born in Pitts* burgh and attended Beltzhoovef Grade School and Knoxvilie High School. She first studied piano with Hilda Baldoff and violin with Mae* belle Ferrall. Latter Mrs. Drumm studied violin with William LoeseL Sheplayed violin and flute In the South Hills High School orchestra led by Raymond Linkenheimer, and also in the All-City High School Orchestra Orchestra conducted by Oscar W, Demmler. Entering Indiana State Teachers College, Mrs. Drumm earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education. There she studied violin with Pearl Reed, conducting with Lawrence Stitt and Mary Muldowney Muldowney and participated in the symphony symphony orchestra, string orchestra, college choir, girls' chorus band and swing band activity. Alter graduation from Indiana in 1949, Mrs. Drumm took her present post in the Dravosburg schools where she teaches the first grade through the eighth plus band and chorus. Mrs. Drumm is a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, Music Educators National Conference, Pennsylvania State Education Association and National National Education Association. Her nobby is knitting. Mrs. Drumm' < husband, Robert J. Drumm, of Johnstown, also is a music teacher and an alumnus of Indiana State Teachers College. Mr. and Mrs. Drumm live at 706 Beltzhoover avenue. I)!