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Page 40 text:
The fourth PHT12 of the p v :-- 5- an interesting variation
of dance and song. Annabell igler Ernest Springer appeared
in 'Sympathy' and "Because You're You". Their accompanist was
Mrs. Paul McCormick.
The next selection was a bass solo, 'Trumpeter", sung by
Quincy Carrell, who for the first time made a public appearance
as a soloist. He was also accompanied by Mrs. McCormick.
'Kentucky Babe' sung by the Senior Quartet, with Louis Kir-
chner at the piano, was well received by the audience as well as
the two solo numbers, 'Tm Little Damzel' and "The Little Gray
bevel. Annabelle did a gaod deal of work in the concert and
rightly deserves my credit that she gets.
"Scholastic', a composition by St. Clair and played by the
High School Orchestra, opened the fifth and last part. This
section was the combined Glee Clubs in chorus, under the direction
of Miss Reister. The three numbers offered were: "Tho Bells of
Sea', "Asleep In the Deep' and 'Tha Viking Song."
Nothing as yet has been said of the various dances and other
musical numbers which were intermingled throughout entire
concert. Chorus numbers in the first part were 'Canft You Hear
Me Calling, Caroline?", 'I Hear the Bees a-HHmming", and "Here's
Love and Success to You." These were sung by the firls dressed
in Gypsy and other colorful costumes. The sylvan background add-
ed a great deal of life to the beautiful swaying Tulips, Violts,
and other beautiful flower-girls. This, perhaps, was the most
gorgeous scene in the whole concert.
The dances must not be neglected. Pretty Violets and Tulips
swaying in the breeze with the Gypsies adding accompaniment, pre-
sented to the evenings program much variation and beauty! 'Tip-
toe Thru The Tulips' was a dance prepared by Kathleen Wilson and
Jeanne Newell. The stately Colonial Minuet in beautifu.-. costume
was danced by Ethel Bersing and Dorothy Sauer. The Viclets, re-
presmted by Dorothyawerner, Helen Darlington, and Rose Heerman
indicated a d1stinct,quiet,contrast compared to the seven "Jolly
Gypsies' in all their bright colors. The Gypsies were, Claire
Willging, Dorothy Fuller, Ida Ferrel, Carol Borg, Virginia Paul,
Raychel Fisher, and Lula Wagoner.
And thus we might continue the mention of all the numbers
presented for the evening, but we find our space not permitting
us to say all we would wish. Though much success must be given
to the members of the Choruses for their splendid work, we must
give due credit to the individuals who were directly responsible.
The Stage Manager Robert Springer
Chorus and Orchestra Accompanist Walter Hopkins
Glee Club and Dramatic Cirector Esther Ann Reister
Orchestra Director Mr. Ansel Nye.
By Kathleen Wislon
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It has been said by those who attended the Orchestra-Glee
Club Concert, that it was one of the finest programs every pre-
sented by the students at Peshastin.
The High School Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Ansel
Nye, opened the progran with a brisk selection, WMake It Snappy.',
Then came the Girls' Glee Club section of the concert. Their
contribution was a musical playlet entitled WTbe Secret Gardenn,
written by Quincy Carrell. It was the story of a little crippled
girl who had a beautiful dream and as she related it to her grand-
mother, the musical and the dance selections were given. The
chorus accompanist was Walter Hopkins and the dance accompanist
was Louis Kirchneru
The second part of the Concert was opened by the Orchestra
playing Wlntermezzon. The Boys' section was'ancther musical
playlet called WThe Rangers' Rendezvous', written for them by
Quincy Carrella It was an out-dooruscenei A group of loggers
were collected about a fire, telling stories and cracking jokes
and singing songs. It was different than the girls? playlet in
that there was an evident plot. The nmin story hinged around
a loveesick logger who longed for a certain pretty 'school-ma'mP.
The quartet accompanist was Louis Kirchner and the Chorus accom,
panist was Walter Hopkins.
To add variation, the third part was a one--act play entitled
WThe Invisiblen. This part was also opened by the orchestra,
which played at this tins St. Clair's WLady Fairn.
The action took place in the Baldwin Home in an apartment df
a New York Suburb. The characters were:
Hulda, the mail . . . . . . . . . Jeanne Newell
Jeffry Baldwin, an architect . .Robert Pendleton
L0iS, his wife, . . . . . . . . Helen Darlington
It was the story of a young architect who had sent in prize
plans for a town to be erected in WSouthern Canadan. The maid
forgot to tell her employer about a telegram which had come to
infonm him that he had won the prize. He lost it because he had
not reported soon enough. The train he would have taken, went
off the tracks, killing the man who got his place of honor. It
turned out that there were no invisible devils keeping him from
receiving the great award, but some guiding angel holding him
back from destruction.
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