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PONS-10 - Maybe She'll Sing 'My Man' Lily Pons . .. Her...
Maybe She'll Sing 'My Man' Lily Pons . .. Her first and last thought \vns Andre Kostelanetz. You Weel Cateh Eet, Andre, ' If You Don't Answer Soon Your Wife, Lily Pons, Is Somewhat Impatient to Hear Your Voice Andre KoslelaneU was riding somewhere between Connecticut and New York City Sunday night, unaware that in Salt Lake City one of the most popular opera sopranos in all the world was trying frantically to telephone him. T " The soprano was, of course, his wife, which may or may not explain explain why he was not at the other end of the line waiting for his call. At any rate, according to Lily Pons, the loss was his. "He weel be terribly sorry," ahe said as she hung up the receiver in the Union Paiiific sintionnia.ster's office. To make up his loss, she sent a telegram. To make up her own, she loft orders to try to call again til Ogdcn when the stopped there an hour later. train A model of wifely thoughtfulness Miss Pons, or Mrs. Kostelanetz complained she had not talked for two days to the orchestra leader Did she have for she married in June, much to tell him? "Ah, those thecngs I keep me/' was her prudent reply. The little brown-haired songs- tress, traveling in gray slacks, was on her way to an engagement in Denver from concerts on the Pacific Pacific coast. She was originally scheduled to appear here this week, but a crowded program forced her to concel this appearance. Her last word was a promise to appear here next year. At St. Mary's College Junior members of the music and ipeech departments at St. Mary-of- he-Wasatch presented a program of piano selections and readings Sunday afternoon before a large audience of students, parents and *neud.s in the school auditorium. Those taking part were Peg<*y Ann Ryan, Margaret Ann Gilhool, Nancy Bertagnole, Frances Bertagnole, Bertagnole, Betty Mae Komer, Louise Browning, Margaret Ann McPherson, McPherson, Mary Laura McPherson, Mary Jane Agnew, Joan Des Jardina, Barbara Mae Walker, Patricia Powers, Mary C. Bolte, Annabelle Morris, Mary Lou Wallace, Elaine McG'uire, Lou Jean Ray, Helen Jane Dolville, Margaret Ferron, Marita Bolte and Peggy Cavanagh. Children Give Recital —^^^^^™««™MMB^^™^»B ' Banquet: Butter Please ' A phrase every clerk

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 14 Nov 1938, Mon,
  3. Page 13

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