The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 21, 1955 · Page 4
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 4

Sandusky, Ohio
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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
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THE SANDUSKY REQISTSR STAR NEWS WMil««<liiy, nectmbcr 21, tAS.I Yuhfide Program By Choir Will Be Repeated Thursday By HARRV VAN STACK Once again lifting high the torch of traditional yiilcticle singing, the Sandusky High school a cappella choir, masterfully flirectcd by Harold C. Kaufman, reached a new peak above which to hang lis star wiien it presented its 22nd annual Christmas concert in Sandusky High auditorium Tuesday nlghl. An audience that packed tlicj lower floor long before curtain „jj„„„ g,, fo,.,ne,. a cappella lime was treated to one o1 Oi- choir members witli the current rector Kaufman's most mipres-u.|,g,,. y^,^^ i, ^^.^^ g,.atifvin« to sive musicales. For more than a decade this writer has looked forward to, and h;is attended, each of the choir's .Christmas presentations, and has ; never failed to leave without ;liaving experienced a loftier sen- itiment and a higher regard for tthe true meaning of Christmas. I \Vc have always felt that the •a cappella choirs offerings rep;resented and represent a musical I interpretation of the real yule- it ide spirit. I Beautiful Selection, 1^^,^,,^ 3^^^,.^ Christmas." when a Last night's concert teemed sac ){.ca ,.,.ying Santa Claus crept with beautiful selections, touch-jo^,i an elaborate huKe fire- ingly rendered and feelingly di-!p ]acc, and, while the split choir reeled. From the 70-voice choiri^^as singing, placed gifts on the wiiich we heard in Sandusky the first time, it has grown to now number 85 members, all doing their part with great sincerity, and all giving evidence of select- td talent and expert training. From the ever-heart-moving Processional and Candlelight Service, through "Silent Night,"|i„g rnedallion of" the Madonna the "Carol of the Bells," Mozart'signd Child. "Lullaby," "Beautiful Saviour"| xo those who were unable to 0 "Carl of the Drum." "Silver|attend last ni^,'hts concert is giv- note the large number that so took part last night. Have Added Highlights Dirccloi- Kaufman added an innovation when the final listed program .selection of "Sing To The Lord A New Song" was pic- sented. The group divided itsell into two choirs, at times singins.! in unison, and at other times waiting foi- the moment to sinj; alone, and opposite the other. Another unsciieduled highlight was tlic encore of " "I'was The Recommend Mercy AKHON, Dee. 21 (INS) — Mrs. Katie Mae Halrston, 29, of Akron was saved from the Ohio penitentiary electric chair late Tuesday when a Summil-co common pleas Jury recommended merr after convicting her of first degree murder. Mrs. Halrston. who faces a mandatory life term In prison, was found guilty of the fatal shooting of Arridge Murry, 28, In July. The shooting allegedly was towelled off when the victim's brother kicked Mrs. Hairston's dog. mantel above it. Recognition is again merited by Frank Smith, school art director, and his art students for tlie beautiful backdiop on the stage. It depicted a huge gold-glittering garlanded frame, in the center of which was a large whlte-gleam- en another opportunity to hear it Thursday at 8 p. m. at the same location. To miss tlie a cappella Christmas concert is to forego one of the shining lights of the yuletide season. Bells," "Sing To The Lord" and "he solemnly choralized Benediction, we found no flaw in any number. We sat enthralled and we imbibed of the essence of Peace in the true sense. And we marveled anew that any student '::!roup, busy as it must be withi A • P#.J£*%-J other phases of school curricula,!'^O'"* >V «Iurora could memorize and produce one'Jk ^^-f. Irnni Kina expressive selection after thcj irmfi rvmg other without any sign of falter- .„ " ~ Ing I BAGHDAD, Dee. 21 (INS) — At Tuesday nights concert^Adm. Arthur W. Radford. chair- Judy Albers sang the Obligato to!of the U.S. joint chiefs of the "Lullaby" with Barbara Hunler to do so Thursday night. Sam Webster was last night's soloist for that number, and Jack Knapp will take the solo tomorrow night. For the "Beautiful Saviour" aumber Donna Therkelsen last night sang the solo part, with Erma Fox scheduled to sing it Thursday. That selection is the one chosen annually for partici- staff, will be received today by Iraqui King Faisal and confer with the Premier and foi-eign minister. Radford arrived in Baghdad Tuesday from Teheran for a two-day visit. He reportedly will | discuss Iraq's request for more modern weapons and aircraft. Huron Kiwanians Given Christmas Talk By Pastor The Rev. George BeJl, pastor of Huron's Presbyterian Church, who was guest speaker at Tuesday night's meeting of the Huron Kiwanis Club, for Ws subject "The True Meaning of Christmas, and presented a num- l)ei- of informative and Interesting sidelights on Christmas history and customs. Among other things, he said it was Martin Luther who gave us the Christmas tree: the Irish were responsible for its candles, and the English originated the yuletide log. He said that for the past 25 vears or so too much commercial*! ization has entered the Christmas o))ser\ancc. but tJiat now there is a great move "to put Christ | back into Christmas." Program Chairman Dick Magers aimounced that plans have been completed to hold the Kiwanis family ChrLstmas party Tuesday. Dec. 27, at 6:30 p. m., in the Blue Room of Huron High school. It was also stated that Kiwanian Edward Allison and Huron, Police Chief Karl Cramp have made final arrangements to begin the Huron Safety program at the first of the new^ year. 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