Mrs M F Manning
of Alton Symphony Concert Tuesday Night at YWCA River Community n Will A Program •• * wr«il * to-j Chorus AlSO Will Ap- m i T1 — for Tnp A]ton Symphony Orchestra < w|) | g ^ e a conc <. r t at the Y.W.C.A. ( next Tuesday evening at 8.13. Boy Scouts will act as ushers. wlll be the first concert j sponsoref j by the orchestra society, i nUhollRn part ., O f the organization hnve appeared in a number of con- j ( . er(s 27. Is a Patrons and patronesses for the coming concert include: The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Atihlson. Mrs. J. B. Green, Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Glchl, Mrs. Perry O. Landon, Mrs. Arthur Levin, Mrs. R. H. Levls, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Manning, Mr. and Mrs. George A. McKlnney, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 3 arks, Mrs. Nelson Schweppe, Miss Eunice C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Thompson, the Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Edgar J. Vance, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Von Fuchs, Mrs. H. Clark Foster, and Mrs. J. B. Hayes. The orchestra has a personnel of 33, all outstanding In musical ability, largely professionals with a scattering of college and high school students who have made of mslc a special study. The program wlll Include the laydn Symphony No. II complete, and as n feature a new number by Albert Stoesscl which has not appeared appeared on any program In Alton or n St. Louis, also some lighter numbers numbers such as the Hungarian Dance >Jo. VI of Brahms. The Wood River Community .'horus under the direction of Dr. S. H. Allen will sing two groups. Proceeds from sale of tickets .'or this concert will be spent upon new Instruments and music. No one In the organization Is paid, not even the conductor.