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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920
GIVE CANTATA AT FIRST CHRISTIAN -' i "Vision of St. John" Willi Be Given by Church ! Citu Brief 8 i DIRECTED BY STAMM Rehearsals Prcsnc Finished Production Under Guid I ancc of Musician. "Th Vlnlon of fit. Jojin," n can tata by C. Whitney Coombs, will be presented by lh( chorus choir of the Klrat Chriatlnn church at the evenlnc church nervice Sunday, May 23, under the direction of Krnest I'rang Htamm, choirmaster and or ganist. Soprano parts will bo buwt by Mrs. O. O. Shaffer, banso by Rev. Meade Dutt an tenor by 11. II. Gardner of Clinton. Okt.i., brother of Claude C. "Oardner of this city. An especially effective, part In the cantata will be taken by a ladles quartet composed of Mesdames II. B. n.iKby, O. I Da cue, builnra Tot ter Iloone. and J. It. Hartley, who will be stationed at th back hnl- cony of the church, near the echo forpan. Rehearsal of the cantata under the direction of Mr, Stanim haft been In proRress for the pnst two months, two rehearsals havlnB 1cn hehl weekly, on an average, anil a fin ished production Is assured. The able manner In which Mr. Stamm conducts the music of the Klrst Christian church has proved thnl there Is no man west of tho Missis sippi who Is a finer interpreter of music than he. Mr. Btamm's mu sical education, secured In Amer ica, was rounded out by five years' study In Europe, and ho Is a com poser as well as'an organist. The cantata to ho presented Is a modern composition and tho work of Mr. Coombs, now In charge of music at tho ohurch of tho Holy Communion, New York city. A mu sical Interpretation of tho mystical vision of John as recorded In tho Hook of Revelations Is Riven In tho cantata. The composer, who Is a native of Maine and who early dls Splayed unusual musical ability, spent a number of years nbroad ah- DKCHEK OF DIVORCE was granted In district court yesterday to V. H. Fry against Ellen Fry, - I PETITION' port voluntary dlsso lutlon of the IndUnola On and (Ms company was filed In superior court yesterday. MISS HADI EI(7fFM AN. deputy In tho county attorneys office, re turned ..Monday from a four weeks' visit with relatives In .Now York city. PETITIONS FO It divorce were filed In district rnurt yesterday by Nathaniel Davis against Oenevra R. Davis; Anna Dale against William M. Dale: Mamie tfklnticr against l T. Skinner; Oscar J. Wells against Mlllan Wells; Alice Raker against W. M. Raker. MARR1AOE LICENSES were Is sued to tho following jesterday by the clerk of county court W. II Holes, 72. Tulsa, and l.lndy Woods, 3R, Kiowa. Kan , Cecil Knight, 23, and Edna Rrown. 21, Tulsa; Ocorgo Allen, 22, and Anna pease, 19. Tulsa; .lohn E. Mooy, 20, and Uiuni I.. Hey nolds. 10, Tulsa; Clyde lllakely, 43, and Annlo Austin, 45, Tulsa. TITUSANS IN ATTENDANCE at the general assembly of the Presby terian ohurch, now In session In Philadelphia, are Rev. C W. Kerr, pastor of the First Presbyterian church; Mrs. W. M. Henderson, syn odlcal president of Oklahoma, and Rev. ii nd Mrs. S. M. (lordon of Hand Springs. Rev. Kerr will not remain for tho entlro assembly but will ro turn to Tulwa tho latter part of this week. sorbins the brt In tho different national music schools of CSrmnny. Switzerland anil Italy, and making an especial study of church music In England. TWO TULSA Y. W. W0MEN OVERSEAS ! Local Secretaries Will Leave for Serbia and China. Minor Winn Lawsuit for Possession of Oil Lands Decreeing Joseph ltlshop, a minor, owner of halt Interest In two parcels of oil land In sections 32 and 3f, township in, range. 12, Tulsa county, a Journal entry was made by Judge Owen Owen In district, court yester day In the suit of the boy, by his guardian, due McMurmy, against Harry Tyrell and others. Tho Judg ment also held tho nishnp OH & Has Co. held a valid oil and gas lcaso On tho properties. Two secretaries will shortly go oersens from the TtiWn Y W C A In the persons of Miss Ethel Wil liams, who will an n roreign sre rctnry for five years In China for itho local association, nnd Miss Ve ,1011a Hoebel, who will do recoiistruc Mlon work In Serbia on n yirs leavn ,f absence from tin association. It was announced at the seml-monthlv j meeting of the board of directors yesterday morning. , Miss Williams, nt present In ichargo nf the religious education de. ipartment, will remain on the staff aa foreign secretary and will be tho first secretary .ent abroad from a southwest association She will go i to New York t-fly in June to attend 'the eonferenrp of outgoing secretar ies and will sill for China tho last imrt of August ! Funds for tho employment of a foreign seeretnry nro now being raised by the association, only mem bers being solicited Two members of the association have promised t" tako over tho full support of a for jelgn secretary If tho general mem jbershlp will pledge J2.000 fnr tln i years for tho support of n second I secretary. Plans for raining the re mainlng funds will be mado at a l luncheon of members of the foreign uunn committee and the religious ed- ucauon committee Thursday noon Miss Hoebel, nt present recreation secretary nt tho Y. W . has boon I granted a, year's leave of nbseneo be. ginning August IS, to do reconslic. itlon work In Serbia under the direc tion of Capt. and Mrs. Paul Yeftlch. field directors of the Sorblan Amerl. ran hospital and relief association, now In the city. Miss Hoebel will go to Serbia with Capt. and Mrs. Yeft lch about the forst of September. Miss Hoebel has for some time been a personal friend of Mrs Yeftlch and wum instrumental in bringing her to this city. Appointment nf Miss Josephine Carlton of Summltt. N. J , to act as rollglous education secretary of tho Y, V. was announced yesterday. MlsH Carlton, who hart had special train ing and experience In religious work and who Is now nt the national train, ling school In New York city, will as. Mime her position September 1st The feslgnatlon of Mrs J 11 Mr- i'abo as head of tho huslnem nnd professional women's department, to take place July I, was also arrepted Mts McCabe, who will ionium in the city, will assist In tho department as a xolunteer wtirker ' Tho gift nf n cottage for the Y. W. C A camp grounds at Parthenla park by a local business man was i also made known at the board meet. 'Ing. Tho Pottage will be a wooden KtNieture with four rooms and win dows all around and will furnish sleeping accommodations for ton girls It will be pi iced near Friend ship lodge, overlooking tho ravine Contrart fnr tho cottngo was as signed by tho board yesterday nnd construction will begin nt onro in order that the cottage may bo used during the high school girl confer ence June VIS Purchase of addl llnnal equipment for tho lodge was also authorized by the boaid Following the board meeting Dr Kva Hlahe, unman physician frm tho national headquarters, addressed hoard members and secretaries .it n luncheon 'infcis.se Theft. YAKIMA, Wash Mystery sur rounding the theft of lio.nno last Friday Irom tho cxpresa office In the (Ireat Northern railroad station In Spokane, Wash., was cleared tod.n by ,i confession which tho pollen snld they h.ul obtained from Albert Mr flirt, ariosted here Sunday. E. M. GATTLE & CO. 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