Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 17, 1961 · Page 16
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 17, 1961
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PAGE SIXTEEN THE PHABOS-HUBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, MO. Ballads from Success Portrait BY DICK KLEINER • NEW YORK (NEA) -Eighteen months ago this reporter inter:viewed. a young singer named ;Adam Wade. He i-had begun to imake a little noise on records, : and ;he turned, out to be a-;pleasaot, •ambitious, serious .young man. Since that interview, Wade has become one of the most popular •of the new.bree/3 of singers. , : ; What has 18'months of success meant to-'him? ' . "I have- a better standard of Kv- ing now," he says. "I'm eating better. .1 .wear .better,, clothes. "And I cardo'what Irwant to do without thinking-about-it.'Like tonight, I'm taking my wifa to sea Nat King Cole. It used to be when we '.wanted 'to go j out, .we'd ha ve ; to stop' and think if ..we could swing it. "Fad to: worry- = about' every penny. Now I don't have to—we just decided we felt like going out, so we're going out." Wade, happily, -hasn't "gone mad" with his new affluence. , "We're still living in the same apartment," .he says! '"It's large enough for'us and the .kids like .the school. And I'm -working on a salary basis. My manager just :itiwct«xi«tite*t«!«x!«iwwct«!«t«t<;ie:<M I I a I I Q# §• s 5? 5? >? 3 3 I I » I i I u I s? I 1 gives, me ascertain .amount p money'each week.'If that runs out—tough. That's alTI get" • Besides •financial considerations 18 months'has brought a change ir..Wade|s;audie~ • and.the rooms he.is-piaying. NoW'he "gets -the top rooms—like the .Gopa here—and jn mid-morning, and have to sit he appeals; to an audience- of every age group. Almost strictly a,-ballad,singer —like his- latest, 6ii' Coed, "Preview of. 'Paradise"—Wade : . finds the current musical dimate'more to his uJdrig than'that which .prevailed .when hVfirst started. Cur renfly/ -ballads , are -..more in demand than they were 18 months ago. It's been.a;big,.exciting time for him. Avyear.-and a, half 'ago, he was .just a -comer. Now he's z r. It could happen only in show business. -.•'.. • . It was almost inevitable, anc it finally', happened. A singer named Rod McKueri has'recorded a song called "The Oliver Twist" on the Spiral label." Turning - to literature as . the source of titles for dance records might, be a trend. In months -to; come, there could be' such follow- ups, as: ... . ; . • "The Fox-Trots -of Harrow." ."The Waltz of Jericho.'-' '"Sorry, Wrong Rumba." . , "A. Minuet Too' soon." . Capitol's great piano soloist, John Browning, says' one of .the lardest.parts of making classical FOR HER CHRISTMAS A Beautiful Princess Gardner Billfold or French Purse in Many Delicate Colors at TIMBERLAKE'S .piano records; is the difficulty.with achieving the proper emotional feeling' in the' morning. He-says most recordings are scheduled for 10 a.m. or thereabouts. "And it's hard for me," he says, "to. come into. an..empty studio down' and play - emotionally." DICK'S PICKS: The Arthur Lyman Group does a ; nice job with "I Talked to the Trees", on HiFi- Record.:':0thers:-."To Look Upon My Loye"-(Richard Hayes, Columbia); "F o o 1 i s h P ride" (The Browns, :RCA).;..'.'You Better Believe It" (Dick'Caruso, MGM); "Lonesome Road" (Don Shirley, Cadence); "A Sunday Kind of Love" (Jan and Dean, Liberty) "Once Around the Block" (The Four,Preps,'Capitol); "Tennessee Twist" (The C'r'osby Brothers, Dot); "What Can I Do for My Country?" (Stuart Hamblen, Col lu'mbia). -. . . N Some fine recent jazz releases: Verve has a great colection of Count Basie, "The Essential Count Basie," with recordings from '52'56; Riverside has "The Cannon- Dall Adderley Quintet Plus," which drives; RCA. has "The Indispensable Duke Ellington," two records of • his '40-'46 recordings; Riverside has "The Soul of Jazz Piano," featuring such stars as Honk, Evans, Taylor; Verve has "Sian Getz/Bob Brookmeyer,' one of-the. best of the moderns in o~"> m:nihj. Some great voices in newly-issued collections: out of the pasl comes Gigli, in a group of arias on Angel's Great Recordings ol :he Century series; in the same genre is another of RCA's "The incomparable Bjoerling" series, vith the Danish tenor in a pro;ram of arias; DGG has Gerard iouzay, a baritone, singing lieder by t Claude DeBussy; RCA has issued "Birgit Nilsson," with the ioprano in a program of works >y Schubert, Wagner, Strauss, Meg and Sigelius. The Child's Prayer Flora Woman Dies; Rites Set Tuesday FLORA—Mrs. Louella Ferguson; 89, of' rural route 1, ; Flora, died at her home'•Saturday, morning after being bedridden' for four days. ..; •. . ;., ' ; " : .».- . She was born in Kokomo Dec. 26, .1871 to Samuel and : Ann Taylor Bayless. • . : •.-'..:-..-..- •: ..Her marriage was to Jacob/Ferguson Aug. 27 1891. He ^preceded her in death Jan. 1; 1941. ' : Mrs. Ferguson:was a member of the Burlington . Methodist' Church and'the:Flora Legion Auxiliary. • ..':.[ Survivors include three; sons; Oakel,' of Hammond, -Virgil'.of rural route 2,- Cutler,; Dale .of-rural route-1, Flora; "two daughters: Mrs. .Blanche Kelly, of-Kokomo •and Mrs." Mary E.. Flora of Burlington; 14 grandchildren, 26.great- granddiildren 'and three great- great-grandchildren. Friends may caU at the Leiter Funeral home, .in • Flora, after -2 p.m/Sunday. Services-will be at the funeral -home Tuesday at 2 pirn.'with •Hev.-EugenePotts pre- ciding. Burial will-be in Mound Cemetery. • Rhoads Klever Rug Kleanefs 4530 HALLMARK .. CHRISTMAS CARDS GIFTS COONIFSGIFTJ WALTON, INDIANA •Toor Private Secretary" ' Florence Doggy Offset Printing - Typing Mimeographing - Photo Copy 129 Fourth St Phone 3381 BOARDING K0JNBL Open Dec. 17 thru Holiday* Gladys 0. Money 3514 Hiwoy U I. 'Ugoiuport Ph. 3639 JANET GDUULAND Dear Lord, - . God forgive us for our sins thai we have done wrong. Help us to go to church-..every Sunday. Help us to say our prayers. Help us to live in the Christian way. Amen. 'This prayer was written-by Janet Gilliland, of Tipton school.: ILeffersTo Santa Clous Dear Santa,Would you please bring me a Chatty Kathy, some surprises, some new clothes, a new purse and something for my baby sister and two brothers. I hope you have a Merry Christmas. Thank you Tonna Jordan P.S. I am 7 years. . Dear Santa, Please bring me'a-train set, some shirts, a some surprises, a cowboy set and some guns. Alse bring some bring some surprises for my brother and two sisters. Thank you . John Jordan P.S. I am 5 years old. Dear Santa, Dear Santa' Claus I would a airplane and some new clothes and some shirts, and a cowboy set. 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