Carol, the Rock Star
Children's Music Club to Participate in Orpheus Club April Program; Varied Program at Meeting Forty-one young musicians attended the meeting of the Children's Music Club, Saturday, in 'the Mortensen home, at which time plans were made for participation in the senior Orpheus Club program in April. The afternoon program included: Jane Faries, club prayer; Larry Teare, piano, "The Woodpecker"; Deborah Morgan, "Airy Fairies"; Sharon Axtell, "Song of the Anvil"; Diane Harpst, "At the Junior Prom"; Cindy Gilson, "Puppets on Parade"; Carol Deurlein, "Eskimo Boy", "Swinging Along." *• — : Also, John Moore, violin, "The 1 Lost Chord," accompanied at ! piano by his father, Robert A. Moore; Cheri Gealy, "Riding on a Cathy Rose, "Captain Sil- ver", "Tic Tac Toe"; David Mong, "Spider Dance", "Wung Lang Pan"; Leslie Baird, "Merry-Go- Round"; Carol McGrath, "Dutch Dance," "The Knight and the Lady"; Mamie Snyder, "Waltzing Ballerina." Also, James Logan, "Trains", "Carry Me Back to Old Virgin- ny"; Alice Campbell, "Blue Danube"; Nancy Best, "Mazurka", "Handlebars", Ann Wackenhut, "Ice Carnival". Mrs. S. M. Hazlett, Jr., presen- ted an article on "To Spring" from Keyboard Jr. Music Magazine, on the life of Edvard Grieg. Mrs. L. T. Lewis, in the absence of Miss Doris Wiand, assisted the children in practicing the Federation hymn and "White Choral Bells" and other music for the April program of the senior Orpheus club. Mrs. Norman Mortensen announced the plans for the program. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert A. Moore, Mrs. Ralph McGrath, Mrs. R. J. Jordan and Mrs. J. B. Wackenhut. The next regular meeting is April'6.