Waukesha Daily Freeman, January 6, 1948
Women's Leon he the Sally Smelter and Margaret Harter Present Program Two seniors at Northwestern university university who not long ago were trie highj ranking seniors at T,yaukesha high school brought a delightful afternoon .of drama and music to the Beacon Lights club '-and their guests, members of the Music Study club on Monday afternoon., 'he attractive young women- in ecoming formals announced their wn selections adding commentar- es which brought into play their wn -charming personalities. The neeting was hel'd at the home of liss E. Mabel Frame, 507 N.. 3rand ave. Miss Sally Smelter chose "The Great Mountains. 1 ' a thoug-htful hort story from the "Red P o n ollection by John Steinbeck. Miss Margaret Harter, at the piano, then played the difficult series :y the modern Russian composer, VI. Moussorgsky called "Pictures c.n Exhibition." The last number was performed ogether. Oscar Wilde's moving The Nightingale and the Ruse" was accompanied at the piano by d. fine adaptation of a composition jy Glinka. Tea followed, Miss Frame being assisted by Mrs. Vernon M. Mrs. Morgan R. Butler, also a hostess, being ill, was absent. The president, Mrs. Ralph O. Compton, and Mrs. Dorothy Goff Mclntosh presided at the table.