Clipped From Arizona Republic
/AJO Musici ans Honored Here The Windsor Club, sponsored fav Phoenix Junior College and with Earle Stone as counselor, the Melody Melody Makers, with Marie Sperry as counselor, and the Technic and Tone Music Club, with Dixie Yost as counselor, were* hosts yesterday to the Marian MacDoyell Club of Ajo in a series of events which took place in Phoenix. The guest club has Mrs. John D. Williams, state president of the Arizona Federated Music Clubs, as counselor. ' Appearing on the recital given at 10:30 a. m. in the Blue and Gold room of the Phoenix Junior College College were Josie Alexander, Glen Gee, Ina Cox, Jay Yarbrough. Marie Davis, Peggy Atwood. Maiy Yarbrough, Mary Wolfe, Dolores Dichtenmiller and Harry Atwood, all representing the Ajo club; Jennie May Brown, Dorothy Lambert, Lambert, Janece Nabors, Martin Hansen, Hansen, Otho Hulsey, Claire Edwards. Lloyd Alcorn, Virginia Wells, Betty Lou Williams, Mary Grace Anderson Anderson and Virginia McEuen, from the Melody Makers; Betty Smith, Lynette Campbell and Josie Tang, of the Technic and Tone Club; and Dorothy Alexander and Ruth Alba Hazard, from the Windsor Club. A picnic lunch at Encanto Park| followed the program. The group then was escorted through the Lily Ice Cream Company plant. The visitors were guests of radio station KOY. Mrs. Oscar Cole, president of the Desert Music Club, and Mrs. Harry „___„_ , „„„ „,„. „ D . Atwood and Miss Bessie Binnion f A j o accompanied the junior . music club members to Phoenix.