The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 26, 1947 · Page 3
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Fiddler Szigeti Doesn't Fiddle His Time Away By W. G. ROGERS AP Arts Reporter New York—'I don't play golf, I don't play cards, I don't dance, ,!'• don't read detective stories." This Is .the list of. ' violinist J o s e p h Szigeti's "don'ts'V And these things which lie does not do explain; how he found* time for seven concerts in a recent 10-day visit to New York, for preparing electric ice-boxes, gardening, and. the month of April, in his 21st year in America, when appropriately he becomes a'citizen. But he t came to lunch late from practicing,' and left at last in a hurry to practice some more and take a walk, and then rest for his evening recital. He began his autobiography in 1942, driven to it by his nostalgia for the Europe from which the war barred him. He wrote in English, his third or fourth language "A ghost writer would have done it better,". Lje claims, though no reader will agree. It is really about music; about his • teacher Hubay, his debt to Busoni, what is worth playing and what is not, the struggle to give recitals of new works the nature of artistic development the prodigy's problem. He is no more apt to talk about Paganini and Ysaye than'about Bauhaus Ivandinsky, Marc/ Calder, Helen Hokmson, or about Mann, Merick- en, O'Neill, Bassoon, Shaw. i cn?? eti was born in Budapest in ibJ-i in a family of musicians. He came to this country at Stakow- ski's invitation. JOSEPH SZIGET1 J8 major works for London and Edinburgh • this summer, for con- certiziug month after month all over the world, for keeping up an interest in other creative fields such as literature and art, and finally for writing "With Strings Attached: Reminiscences and Reflections,"'just published by Knopf. The; tall, slender, • attractive instrumentalist says he'was a lazy boy and has remained a lazy man, and; it'is true that .he can stretch a lunch .into two hours and more of very pleasant talk -about books, music, art,. Hungarian audiences, •past and future tours,- translations, Sorority To Elect May Queen Friday At the annual banquet of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority Wednesday evening, three -young women' representing ^the Kappa, Sigma and Xi chapters, will be announced as contestants for "May Queen/' who will be chosen' at the spring dance Friday, May 2. r... The informal banquet will /be held Wednesday evening, April' 30 at 6:30 p.m. at the Hager House with members of the" three chapters present to mark th e 16th anniversary of the Founder's Day dinner. Highlighting the program will be .the initiation of new members in the pledge ceremony and the ritual of jewels. Greetings of welcome will be extended by Mrs Kathryn Bookbinder and a message from Walter Ross, founder of the Beta Sigma Phi', witl be read by Ann Gruber. Spring Dance On Friday evening, the Hotel Alexander will be the scene of the annual spring dance, sponsored by the local chapters. Festivities at this gala affair will featur the election of the "May Queen"' who this The held be selected fay ballot. Final arrangements for event have been completed. semi-formal dance will be 1ATEST at MOLLER'S L MUSIC STORE 41 S. Potomac Street Mam'seile .......;. D. Haymes How Arc Things in Glocco . Morra .:,.....,. D. Haymes .Unless It Can" Happen With ; You^.....*.;'..v...;;. F. Carle After Graduation Day . S. Kaye •I Want to Thank Your Folks .. , .•'.. Ink Spots Speaking of Angels .......... ; . . E. 'Lawrence Trfskaidekaphobia ... L. Brown Sympathy. ....... E. -Lawrence As Long As I'm .Dreaming .... ' H. James Stella By Starlight ..F. Sinatra -Why Should It Happen to Us .. ; F. Sinatra I Can't Believe It Was All Make Believe ........ H. Mclntyre Manhattan Serenade .. R. Scott -Jack the Bellboy .. L. Hampton Ebony 'Concerto . Ivy ....,.;...... No. Greater Love . Nancy . ..... t 'Across the Alley From the . Alamo .......... Mi|| s Bros. You'll Always Be the One I Love ....,.;. D. Shore Sentimental Journey .......... E. Fitzgerald 'Who Gares'What People Say H, Forrest Song of Songs ...... p. Como . HILLBILLY " | You Laughed and' I Cried . G. Autry .My Adobe Hacienda-. L. Massey I'M Step Aside .... ; Sole Blon ., . Don't Look Now I Walk Alone .. I'll Get Along Somehow ...' H. Hawkins Just A Closer Walk With Thee G. Thomas W. Herman J. Stafford . C. Spivak F. Sinatra E. Tubb R. Acuff E. Tubb E. Arnold from 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., with music being furnished by Ted Clark and hi s orchestra. Tickets may be obtained by contacting member of the Kappa, Sigma and Xi chapters or by contacting the Chamber of Commerce office. APPOINTMENT MADE Apppbintment of Miss Gay Hoachlander, sister of Dr. EG Hoachlander, this citj^, as' assistant to the- executive secretary of the Wilson College Alumnae Association and as associate editor of the Wilson Alumnae Quarterly, was announced by the board of directors of the Alumnae Association. Miss Hoachlander is coming to Wilson from the position of executive secretary of the office of Eastern Research Laboratory n" E. I. duPont de. -Nemours, Gibbstown; ; N."J. '• ...'•; , ' " • ,'. "••'•. . MARRIAGE LICENSE Paul S. Moulden, 25, and Ruth E Hdrine, 21, Hagerstown. . . . The. average U. S. coal miner produces; about four times as much coal per day as does an English coal miner. Many flowers and vegetables in Iceland are grown in greenhouses heated by .water from hot springs. ^^^*** M *^*** I ***"^*C*M»»M>I *See the 1947 Post War Model SPINET PIANOS SHOCKEY'S Phone 1203 • : •• "Snow White" Will Be Given April 30 Tickets have been distributed to the primary grades in Washington County for the Clare Tree Major production of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" to be presented b the County Council of Paren Teacher Associations Wednesda and Thursday, April 30 and May 1 Performances have been schedule for ,;0:00 a. m. and 1:15 p. n Wednesday and 10:00 a. m. Thurs day. For the convenience of school who will attend the play, ,the fo lowing schedule' has been an nounced: V Wednesday morning: Rbhrei s ville, Boonsboro, Halfway, Winte Street, Howard Street, Hancock Lettersburg, Beaver "Creek, Para mount, Sharpsburg, Dargan, -an Wilsons. Wednesday afternoon: Woodlan Way, Huyett's, ..Washington Stree Elementary, White Oak Forest Fairplay, Yarrowsburg, Cavetown Sandy' Hook, Surrey, Broadway anc< North Street. Thursday morning: Downsville Sinithsburg, Chewsville, Cascade Indian Springs, Antietam, Greens burg,' Funkstown, , Maugansville Keedysville,- Ringgold, Big Pool Mt. Lena, Williamsport Elementary and Williamsport Primary, am Cushens. , This play is sponsored for "th elementary schools. Taken from the .famous fairy tales of . th Grimm . brothers, this play wa selected from the children's read ing list of Columbia University Another familiar story for young sters is'."Rubin Hood," which th( County Council of PTA hopes t( bring here next season. FINAL STORY HOUR The closing of the Saturday morning story hour for children held at the, Washington County Museum of Pine Arts during the fall and winter months, will be celebrated this- morning with the showing of the feature film "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" . - This film,: a Medal Award Film is Mark Twain's beloved story. The many escapades of his lovable - if trying character; Tom., are faithfully, recorded. The whitewashing of the Sawyer fence, the "midnight graveyard murder, and Tom, Huck and Joe's brief career as homesick pirates have lost none of their ability to" entertain. Tommy .Kelly is' featured in the role of Tom. As this is a full length feature and will take up the time between 10:30 a. m. and noon, there will be no sketching, class tomorrow. All boys and girls: of Hagerstown and Washington^ are invited to come to this free museum activity at 10:30 a. m., in the auditorium of the museum.- ' The story hour will be resumed in the fall. " Patient Controls Dental Drill BRIDGEPORT CLUB The April meeting of the Bridge port Homemakers : Cluh was held recently , in the Potomac Edison Kitchen. Vernon manager Stone, spoke assistant sales on the proper Boscul COFFEE 43c SELJ SEKTICE MAKKET Cor. S. Locust and FOR RENT PAINT SPRAYER HOWARD'S , Paint Store 23 E. Washington St. Phone 1149 ,, wiring of the home and Miss Katherine Schmidt gave an illustrated talk on lighting^the modern home A short business session was conducted by Mrs. P. W. McClain, president of the club, at which time it was voted to donate to the Cancer Fund. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Bruce Elliott, G4-7 Sunset 'avenue, on May 6. ' V SCHOOL DISCUSSION All schools will be represented Saturday, April 26 from 10:00 a. m. until 12 o'clock at Surrey School when a discussion concerning the closing of the school lunch program and equipment needs for 1D47-4S will be featured by the school lunch personnel. A report dealing with swab tests will also be given by C. S. Brinsfield, count}- sanitarian inspector. The second hour will be devoted to the completion .of the year's program and plans for the school Hmch program next year. hour session. This year's program will be con with a picnic June 7 at morning. Pahgbom Park. Approximately sixty-two persons will attend the meeting tomorrow. The wastel loaf was a fine,'white light bread of high quality eaten in England many years ago. mMMBaaMB^jji^j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^^-^^^ — MILLYS CLEARANCE COATS - SUITS At last the guy m the .dentist's chair gets u break! n n his hana a remote control device perfected by a Pueblo' Co to stop the whirling drill when it becomes too unbeaS When the Stops ' "Wrdlesa o" what tK?nt?B? "-patient confidence s ha ew use (International Soundphoto) Christian Endeavor News ington County Christian Endeavor Union, a "Counselling Caravan" from the Maryland Christian Endeavor Union will be in 'Hagers- tpwn to help the county union in its' efforts. to make Christian Endeavor activities In .this area follow the newest trends 'in presenting society meetings and activities; This meeting "will bQ held at the First Church of God, corner of Summit avenue "• and Baltimore streets beginning promptly at-7:45 p. m. The program to be presented will include a short devotional program, introduction.of- state officers in attendance; -four conference .groups—publicity, missionary, lookout, quiet hour—a symposium 'on these short conferences and closing remarks by:Rev. R. C. Steinhart, the field secretary for the Maryland Christian E n d e a v o r Union. . : . .,* This meeting is open to any in- Miss Joan Stine Is Chosen Sweetheart At the recent Senior Scout Prom- made-'Sponsored by the Order of :he Arrow,, an. honorary -, cam ping society, Miss Joan Stine was chosen the first "Sweetheart .of the Senior Scout promenade" -from a total of thirty-two contestants. Miss.Stine was escorted by Donald Donat of "Explorer Post 26, St. Mark's Lutheran Church. Miss Wanda Mae Evan, escorted by Carroll Huffer of Explorer Post^37 3rnanuel ¥. B. Church, received lonorable mention and served as "Miss Stine's second. The winner of he contest received a gift from one of H?.gerstown's jewelers and was presented to her by James 'entress, -Assistant District ..Commissioner.- Door prizes for the evening were eceived by Virginia Mosier and Alfred: McConmick, of Hancock 'ost 15; and Georgianna Cosens .nd Don Reeder of Boonsboro Troop 20. t NEW COMMANDER Lt. Col. Robert Rose, and his vlfe ..°f Baltimore, newly appoint- L^H tnufeiain UC.VL ytmi\ £d divisional commander for the A luncheon will follow the two Salvation Army,, will conduct serv- ir session. ves here on Sundav, April 27, Capt 'ohn W. Churchill announced this Services will be conducted at he local headquarters at n a. m., •nd 7:30 p. m. Sunday afternoon lol. Rose will go to Roxbury where e will conduct services for in- rnates of the State Penal Farm. BOOKS Children's and Adults RONEY'S 25 N. Potomac St. WAGAMAN CO DRY CLEANERS North Potomac (•Nejrt to Armory) '•' Tekphonc 4186 For PICK UP »nd DELIVERY SERVICE TESTED safety . . . GREATER protection . . . PROVEN superiority . that's what our CERTIFIED Cold Fur Storage guarantees, at a cost no higher than ordinary storage. , The "approved" jodc-sea! tag of' the American Institute of Refrigeration « yowr assurance of the utmost in protection against, damage by moths and summer ht«t. ,<• frlL (f ^ H^if < Z~KS?'&*%. Leher Brothers Second Floor ly for all officers of Christian En deavor Societies. . The Maryland Christian ,Eudeav- or convention is scheduled to be held at Hood College, Frederick from June 13th through June 15th' It is requested that a ll Endeavor ers register-early,* and for those interested in attending full time to make their reservations as soon as possible. 'On Friday evening a mass meeting will be held at which tnr.e it. is desire'd to have tile ac- trre Endeavorers and alumni 'in attendance. Endeavbrers plan now to attend your C. E. state conven tion. WOMEN'S HATS L. &B. Hat Shop Northeast Cor. Public Squares HAGERSTOWN LAUNDRY, Inc. PRY CLEANERS Phone 2550 ,V. ; , . ... , ' ' = Fine Grade of WINDOW SHADES Pratt * Lambert PAINTS 4 VARNISHES V HARRY C. GARVIN 118 N Potomac gt , Pbon, Mi* Miss Jean Lane To VisiMIaverns Major E. M. Brown, owner of the Endless Caverns of New Market, Va., has announced that several' thousand persons are expected at the caverns Sunday afternoon to greet Miss Je"an Cartwright Lane, daughter of , Governor and Mrs. William Preston Lane of Maryland on her first official visit to the Sheaandoah • Valley as "Queen Shenandoah XX" of Winchester Apple Blossom Festival, May 1 and 2. Miss Lane and.-others of the "royal party"' are scheduled to arrive in motorcars, at 2:30 p. m. Sunday after driving from the Government .House,. Annapolis, 'Md., accompanied by an escort of Maryland and Virginia State Police. Cadets from the Au : gusta Military Academy,. Fort Defiance, Va., will be at. the caverns as guard of honor. ,. ' •••;..••••"• Included in the ^Queen's ' r royal party" will be her sister, Miss Dorothy Byron Lane; Miss Massie Hawthorn and'Miss Helen Miller Brown, of Winchester, maids of honor; Mrs. B B. Dut'ton, of Winchester, director of the Queen and *•'" court. H. Delmar The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. Saturday, AurJl JW, 1947. FIVE Washington County Children Pictured left to right are: Arthur, Nancy and Julia Brandenburg, Lantz; children of Chester 3: W o 1 E e, Route 6. ' Jr., of Winchester, the Queen's escort; Toni .Baldridge, director of the festival, and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McCormick, Jr., of the 'Winchester distinguished guests 'committee. A receptftm and buffet supper for the Queen will be held after, the caverns ceremony, at the home of Major and Mrs. E. M. Brown. MUSICAL REVIEW Miss Grace Mercereau, -Wilson College freshman and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hareld •Mercereau, 1013 Oak Hill avenue, will take part in the original musical review which freshmen will present this evening, 'Written, directed, costumed and acted by the first-year class, the Review will mark the debut of the newcomers upon the college stage Songs written by class members will highlight the production, which will jxn-tray Wilson's past. ?~~~*~~~~~ s~~*~^^s^,-Rug* -..'• Upholstered Furniture — Car Interiors cleaned and moth proofed THE RUG SHOP 300 S. Cleveland' Ave. Ph. 4162 NEW HEADQUARTERS FOR TIMKEN OIL HEAT FRIDINGER & CO. ^, 21 N. Mulberry St . , Phone 377 We take pleasure in announcing our appointment as Authorized. 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