Eleanor and Susan Freshwater-Music Contest
MUSIC CONTEST There were twenty-two contests in the music contest, conducted Saturday Saturday morning in the Presbyterian church. The following were award ed prizes: Group I, <10 and ll years of age,) Evelyn Smith, Tuscarawas Ave., 75c; Kathryn Jane Reese, Tuscarawas Tuscarawas Ave., 50c and Maxine Shafer, Shafer, 12th St., NW., 25c; Group 2, <12 and 13 years of age,) Vivian Schrader, Schrader, Logan St., 75c; Julia Hidey, 12th St., NW., 50c. and Ann Glauser, North Ave., 25c; Group 3 (14 and 15 years of age), Eleanor Freshwater, Prospect St., 75c; Margaret Korns, East High Ave., 50c; and Susan Freshwater, Prospect St., 25c. The majority of the prize winners are pupils of Miss Lillian Stoner, sixth grade teacher and principal of the Tuscarawas avenue school building. building. The hymns were played on the piano by Mrs. G. H. Williams and J. S. Henriott played the Mrs. chimes This contest was sponsored by the three music clubs of New Philadelphia. Philadelphia. The committee in charge, included included Mrs. Stuart Henriott, Mrs. George H. Williams, Mrs. Frank Fribley and Miss Hazel 'foiRler.