MUSICAL FESTIVAL I
nTiMgmo PBOOXAM WIEX
PTSATTTRE TABXEiVX DUUSCT- l
ED BY MISS K A.ZXX, BE AM 0 IT
Many inJormal Parties for Brides of j
Jan? Will Xnp Social Calendar J
''n Thursdav evening n r?u?l- j
re! fosti\nl .v'll he (jlvr: I'd!!* [
wood M. church l>v ?ii< >ln>'r. J
'ilrpcii'd ^y Miss Hazel S* -ist* 1 j
!?> <ninf of the well k?; '? and ?
:>*u hoars of iVhrtlinr *' i itoi'Mtln); >
.Vrun of the .? ii> :??? a series |
of n*aut!fu! hnit.vk which will bo i
present*'! with table !???; ''.-eis carried I
n*;t by ?:\ rriir s.l' * : - The s- enic !
.*>:?? ktcr. ::r.-l f..t ti e '.ibieauvs Is l'?ln? i
arranged I>v J. Ken: Snrver. Pupils of J
Visa lithe- Wallace will present sever/*
I.iror** itina readings. Refreshment* |
?a Ml be served at the conclusion of the [
pros-an- by 'he Ladles' Aid society or;
the vhurch An orchestra will he uscfj
for par. men t a fl(rooted by Mr A. :
Tableaux* will be presented by mem-!
be-s f the chotr and a few others :o '
f.vh.w* Misses Wiln;.\ Harpfer. K- !
tell* Sttepp. Margaret Hlodgett. H.n/<t "
\V?!n*)>?rt. Ka'!itrln? Beck. Mar't.t i
Tleck. Mary Beck. (Catherine Kroke Hil
da Por'er ami Katherlne Kisennauer; I
Mr. and Mrs C. F. Both. J. T. Fitch;!
Mc^r.r. Hen Muldrew, Howard Stlgar. |
f;*o'Sre Hlggs. George Lucas. Herhort-1
NieJ-ersoti. T'alph r. Griffith Elwooclj
Ntc?i?rsnn and James O'Gradv. f,
T*.e iukcciic which ?'ll! l>e presrnteu j
"Come Forth June". wl;h Orchestra? i
Miss Tlazel Seamon. I,
"The Irish Girl at the Telephone"?
Miss Dorothy Pyruni.
Beading. "l\?ppv Road" ? Miss Violet [
"The Fait of the May Time"?Miss.
"Joy Will Re Thine"? Miss Hannah j
"The Captain of the liroomstlek Oal- '
vary" ?Little* Miss Amelia H"ortxhacher. }<
Dialogue. 'Needles and Tins"?Mtss :
Virginia Marker. Miss Madeline Wurtz- |
haeher and Mi?Jt Margaret Youngman. |
Beading. "Little "scotch Martyrs"?j I
Mtss Mary Ellon Clark
A party of friends very pleasantly J
surprise ! Mr i->ed Beehe on Saturday I
evening at his home. No. 3745 Woods j
street. The evening was spent In j
music ami sanies, and at a seasonable I
hour a tempting luncheon was served.
Those present were;
Messrs. and Mesdtmes?
Fred Beehe Jacob Gaul
M. P. I.lndelof Herman "Manse
t?tto Juergensen l.iuls BuchsraM
William Sehau August Brandau !
Mr. and Mrs. Relnliardt
Esther f'e.ers ; Itzaheth Ontcho j
luncheon fcr Bride-Blect
Miss Virginia Klig will entertain at |
the home of her sunt. Mrs. James R. j
Bolteri. at her home on North Huron
street on Saturday afternoon for Miss I
Mildred Carroll, whose marriage will he
? n interesting event of this month, and
her two visitors. Miss Polly K'rtz. of
Buffalo. N. Y.. and Miss June Wells,
r.f Wellshurc. Luncheon will he served
at 1 o'clock * and bridge will he the
entertainment ??' the afternoon hours. '
The guests will he the members of the
hostess" bridge club:
Misses - (
Mildred Carrol) Dorothy Stanton J
Poly Kirtz. of Helen Goetze
Buffalo \da Bonnesen |
June Wells, of Marie Rauerle
Wellshurg Dorcas Borland
Martha f.dvlg Wilma Schenerlein |
Merge Mver Buth Kirk
S'ara Brokaw Martha Cohlg
I*. W. Natt Walter Dorer
Charles Hodges Fred M. Frazler
Wedding Date Annonnc?<l
The marriiiKo of Miss Irrrin Bavha '
unci Mr. Frank Klos will take place
next Thursday. June Kth. at the F'rst
English Lutheran church at high noen. \
the Rev. K. (!. Howard, formerly pastor
of the First English Lutheran church ;,
here, now of Springfield. o.. officiating."
Miss Marie Ri.vha will he maid of honor :
and Mr. Klmer Ivlos will serve the
groom ,t> 1-est man. Miss Kdna Rueht ; I
w 111 plav the processional and reces
sion:*' wedd:r>tr marches. The wedding
wtll be a quiet one.
The m irrta"e of Miss Marie Belt*. J
daughter of Mr. and Mrs I^eo Beit*. ;
of the East End. and Mr. Herbert
Rogers, of Wheeling, was quietly sol
emnised Saturday afternoon. June .*!. at.
the rectory of St. Alphonsus" church.
The Rev. Father Bonaventure. ft. M.
Cap. officiated at the marriage rerc
ninny and the couple were attended h> !
Miss Hilda Belt*, sister of the hrlde. i
and Mr. James Bearley.
Vi<s t'irollne Kronlaeeer. whoso *n"
g;.' e- ^n: t<> Mr. fie'-rge Klrchgessner. '
and Miss Laura Kronjaeger. whose en- !
cagement to Mr. Charles Ix>effler. of :
Pittsburgh. hase heen announced, were
honored at a luncheon on Saturdayj
given by the S. M Rice company.
Wedding Sate Announced
Miss Eleanor Tavtor announced Tues- j
day. June ?h. as the date of her mar- j
rlasre to Mr. Cirt Brandfass at the |
luncheon given on Saturday afternoon)
n h"' bono* hv Mrs. (!uy Holden and j
Mi? Ituth Holden.
O-rden Party Announced
"o-ihcrs r?f the sewing circle of St. 1
" Lutheran church are planning
:? garden party to he given on
Thursday. June sth. on the grounds ??r !
M" Max He?s' home at Pleisant Valley. ?
If the weather is unfavorable for an i
?>M?-of-door party, it will be given In !
the Sunday school rooms of the church '
on Chapllne street.
Sinner Part v.
Miss Marjorte Mve-s and Miss Martha |
Colvlg will entertain the members of.
their bridge eluh on Tuesday evening
at a chicken and waffle dinner they wlil
gtve at the Welcome Tnn. L'oydsvlHr.
Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Mil
dred Carroll, who will he a bride of th's
month, and Miss Pollv Kirfz of Buffalo.
.V. Y.. and Miss June Wells, who are
guests of Miss Virginia Ebellng of the
Catbolio Daughters Meet.
A meeting of the Catholic Daughters
of America will he he'd this evening
?t the Carroll eluh to discuss arrange
ments for the summer social activities
Of the society. Miss Marie Lane, regent
>f Carroll court, will preside.
Bntertalned for Mlas Bon nee stl
On the lawn of her home at Fde
wood. Mlaa Bess Kvie entertained a
^ large partv at bridge on Saturday after.
?o?n as a compliment to Miss Edltn
Bonnesen of the Island whose engage-I
ment has recently been announced. )
Twelve tables accommodated the guest."
and the hours were pleasantly spent
at the fascinating game. Luncheon win
sorted at o o'clock. Attractive favors
were presented the winners.
Tiffin Twig- to XnI
There will be a meeting of the Tif
fin Twig on Wednesday afternoon at 1
o'clock at St. Luke's parish house. Mrs
IX A. MaoGregor will be hostess for
Mrs. George Hewitt will entertain the
Monday Bridge club th's afternoon at
her home on Woodlawn.
Mrs. Blanche Batrd Cooper will enter
tafn the Tuesday Bridge club at her
home on Virginia street on Tuesday
Miss Lyd'.a Good will be hostess to
the members of her bridge club th's
afternoon In her home In Woodlawn.
Will Entertain Bride-Elect.
Mrs. Lewrs I.au will entertain for
Miss Mildred Carroll, who will be f>
bride of June, on Thursdaj evening, in
formally. In her home on Main stie.
The members of her bridge club u '.U be .
: About Feoplej|
i KovesaestB of Individuals To Am* |
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AT THE HOTELS
'Rogers W f. Marple. Farnilngton,
T. F. Pyles, New Martinsville; A. J.
Morgan. Pittsburgh. C. Pierce, Pitts
burgh. p. Phillips. Cleveland.
XoLnrt ? T. H. Neal. Cameron: E. O.
Munger. Jr.. Pittsburgh: W. J. Ander
son. Canton. Ohio.: Ceo. S. Thomas.
Pittsburgh: G. O. Staple. Pittsburgh.
Grand Central?Chas. Ruben. Steuben
vllle. Ohio; K. T. Oliver. Canton. (Ahlo:
VP. S. Arnold and wife. Barnesvllle. O.:
W. K. Hoagas and wife. Newklrk. O.;
C. H. Peake. Washington, P. t*.
Wheeling?J. s. Da relay. Reaver. Fa.:
E. Burke. Charleston: Chas. E Rldrard.
Shadyslde. O.: W. H. T.ock, Newark. O.;
W. p. Scott. Zanesvllle, O.
Windsor?O. S. Taylor and wife. Can
ton. O.; Joseph Ylzuary, Morgantown;
H H. Klttleton. Huntington: H R. Rer
rett. Pittsburgh: H. L. Rees. Pitts
?tamm -W. H Harris. Weston: Earl
M. Adams and wife. Charleston: V. I,.
Ferguson. Moundsvllle; Paul Luebeeker.
Hundred: J. F. White and wife. Mounds
Stanley Floyd and W. E. Woolenweb
ber. members of the Wheeling Assocla.
tlon of Credit Men. left yesterday for
Indianapolis. Ind.. to attend the annual
convention of the National Association
of Credit Men. Mr. Floyd was accom
panied by his wife and they will visit
at Cincinnati on their return.
Mrs. W. H. Edwards of Baltimore, Md.,
who has been a patient In the Ohio Val
ley General hospital here, has recovered i
and left Sunday for her home.
The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur I^azenhy
of Wheeling will spend the fore part
of the week at Buckhannon. W. Va.. I
where their daughter. Miss Evelyn Edith
t.azenbv. graduates Wednesday from
West Virginia Wesleynn college.
Miss Martha Jtirrgens of the Tsland.
returned home Sunday from Springfield, !
Ohio, where she has completed her
studies for the term In Wittenberg col
lege Her brother. Joe Juergens. re
turned home the middle of last week.
I'nited States Marshal l.ouls Buch
wald. who Is attending the Enited States
district court term at l*arkersburg. wae
a visitor at his home In this city a
few hours Sunday.
Miss Marion Klapheck. of Eoff
street, will leave the latter part of
this week for Buckeye l^ake. Ohio,
where she will spend the summer as
the guest of her cousin, Miss Helen |
H. N. Schmidt, of Fairmont, has re
turned home after spending several
days in this city on busines.
R. E. L. Lloyd, of Parkersburg,
who has been spending the past few
days in this city as a business visi
tor. has returned home.
Mrs. Charles Felnler, of Twelfth
street. Is recovering from a recent ill
Miss Martha Miller, of Sixteenth
rtreet. Is able to be out after being
confined to her home by Illness.
Major M. M. Neely. of Fairmont,
was in Wheeling for an hour or so
Sunday evening, coming up from
Moundsville where he was a speaker
at the Pythian Memorial Sunday after
noon. Major Neely left at 6:20
o'clock last evening over the Balti
more & Ohio railroad for his home at
Mrs Ralph Tavior of Pittsburgh wfll
arrive next week to be the guest of her
sister. Mrs. Fred Harpfer of the Island.
Mrs. M. <\ Lowther of Pittsburgh, who
has been a guest of Mrs. Blanche Ralrd
t'oopcr of the Island, returned yester
day to her home.
J Attorney Charles J. Schuck. spel J
clal advisor to the United States dis-1
trict attorney, returned to Parkers
burg last night to be In federal court
today, after spending the week-end
with his family here.
Francis Mullen, formerly manager
of the McCrory store here, has ac
cepted a position as manager of the
McCrory store in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury' Fulton
have returned from a short trip to
Columbus. They win leave the first
of July for a tour of the western
states and Yellowstone Park .
Mrs. John Brochardt. of East
Wheeling. Is in the Ohio Valley Gen
eral hospital where she will undergo
an operation this week.
William A. Waters, of California
who has been fouring the east,
stopped here for the week-end to visit
his friend. Prof. Elmer Hoelzle.
Miss Elizabeth Hupp is spending
the week end at Washington. Pa., at
tending commencement activities at
the Washington Seminary and W. &
Miss Dorothy J. Smith, who has
been a student at I>asell Seminary,
Auburndale, Mass., spent Sunday here
with her prandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
S. G. Smith, on her return to her
home at Clarksburg, W. Va., for her \
Mrs. Joseph Gaines, of Washington,!
D. C., Is here to attend commence
ment exercises this week at Mount,
de Chantal where her dauphter, Miss ;
Marjorie Gaine, will praduate.
R. P. Ritterboff. of Cleveland, Ohio I
was a business visitor in this city j
Lucile Clendenninp. of Sistersvillo. !
spent yesterday in this city visiting
S. E. Bartholamew. of Pittsburgh, j
was a business visitor in this city j
Mrs. H. P. Spillers is recovering
from a recent illness, which confined
her to her home on North Front
street for the past few days.
Laura Watsberger, of Bridgeport, j
is confined to her home by illness. |
Mrs. Margaret Hoy, James O'Kane I
and Fred Wagner have returned from :
Atlantic City .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stanton, who
have been visiting in the west, will i
return this week. They have been |
spending several weeks visiting with i
^Ir. and Mrs. S. B. Taggart of Santa |
Barbara. Cal., their son Frank Stant-1
on. at Phoenix. Ariz., and with Mr. i
Will Day, a brother of Mrs. Stanton,
at Los Angelt.i.
Mrs. Donald P. Davis, of Kevser. is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. R. Wagner, i
on Twelfth street.
Henry Hornbrook, of Fifteenth
street, returned yesterday from the
University of Virginia to spend the
summer with his parents .
Russel KUeves, of Fifteenth street,
returned home yesterday from Wash
ington. Pa., to spend the week-end
with his parents.
Roy Weiss of Flint, Mich,, is spend
ing several days in this city the guest
of Jerry O'Keffe of McCollough street.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Peters
a daughter at the North Wheeling
hospital Sunday morning at 6:30
o'clock. Both mother and daughter
are doing nicely. The baby will be
named Helen Hartley.
Robert Pchenk, of Pleasant Valley,
returned home last evening from
Staunton, Va., where he is attending
school, to spend the summer with his
First Tennis Speech By Radio
to Be Made By J. S. Myrick,
The first speech about lawn tennis !
to be broadcasted by radio will be de-1
Uvered tomorrow evening at 7:30-by i
Julian S. Myrick, President of the
United States Lawn Tennis Associa
tion, who will talk about the sport,
and especially about this year's Davis I
Cup matches, from Station WJX. |
R. Clifford Black, Chairman of the |
Tennis Umpires' Association, will
also speak breafly about the work ol
An tee cream cake weighinc .1" '
pounds was recently served at a ban'iift
at Tulare. California.
fH EST COLDS
t. m Apply over throat and chert
w ?cover with hot flannel doth.
CW 17 Million Jan Vied Yearly
Daily Fashion Hint
To charm., on# might ca.ll these
odd fans. The top ona Is black
lacquered straw bound and looped
with changeable orange and green
plcot-edged ribbon. The decora
tive flowers and leaves repeat more
certainly the orange and green In
their organdy crlapness. The other j
fan haa a quaintly painted parrot
for handle. Gray, pink and black j
with a dash of orange yellow make '
It colorful. The fan Itself Is gray j
straw with wool bindings and dec- |
DR. HURT PREACHES ABLE f
SERIN TOt LSI GRADUATES!;
BEOENN1JVO Or WTSDOM IS E?TER
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Annual flerrlo** S"or Ortdnatt* H*ld
Sunday Morning?Chjrtrdan A*bo
clation?' Joint Meeting.
The Rev. Oeorge K. Lockhart. pastor
of tho Wheeling Baptist Temple, preach
ed a scholarly sermon Sunday morning
to th? graduating class of West l.lberty |
Normal school. Tho service was largely
attended, tho place of worship being I
filled with the graduates, underclass- j
men, faculty members and friends of
the graduates and the school who gath
ered from far and near to attend the
service for the class.
On Sunday evening, the annual Joint
meeting of tho Young Women's and
Toung Men's Christian associations of
the Normal school drew another large |
and Interested gathering. This service
was addressed by T>r. W. R. Taylor, of
Bethany, And the Rev. O. A. Kelly, pas
tor of the West Liberty M. K. church.
Service* Por Graduate*.
Sunday's service for tho graduating !
class of West Liberty Normal schoot
opened with the processional, followed j
by the singing of the hymn. "Holy. |
Holy, Holy." After the scripture read- |
Ing, Pr. W. B Taylor of Bethany offer- I
"d an eloquent and appropriate prayer. |
A vocal duet, "Yesterday and Tomor-|
row." by Audran-rarks, sung by Misses
Rebecca McColloch and Ethel Atkinson,
was particularly good. Dr. T^ockhart'*
sermon to the graduates followed this
selection, and the singing of the hymn,
"Love Ptvtne," closed the Inspiring j
Pr. Lnckhart, In selecting his text for
his sermon to the graduates, read from I
the fourth chapter of Proverbs, the fifth i
to seventh verses:
"Ret wisdom, get understanding: I
forget It not; either decline from
the words of the mouth.
"Forsake her not and she shall j
preserve thee; love her and she
shall keep thee.
"Wisdom Is the principal thing. j
therefore, get wisdom: and with all j
thy getting, get understanding."
Also Psalms ?
"So teach us to number our da>s
that we may apply our hearts unto
Masterly iMacntvlon. i
Tr his Introduction to one of the most
masterly sermons ever delivered to a .
graduating class at West ldberty Nor-I
mat. Pr. Rockhart traced the evolution I
of creation from primal ether to man,
the perfecting creation. In the first
phase of his discourse he treated man
the aspiring one. pr. Rookhart referred
to Oreek civilization the most scintil
lating and Intellectual grnndeur in
human history and to the Romans J
supreme In the magnificence of their
pageantry hut who failed utterly be
cause they failed to educate the heart.
"They were clever, but they were not'
wise. They had gotten understanding,
but they had failed to get wisdom," he
Itj the second phase of his discourse.
Pr. J.ockhart referred to our present
world moment. "?'nntempnrary society
represents the most clever age in human
history. Man has attained the unbe
lievable In scientific discovery, mechan
ical adoption and philosophic explora
tions. Rut all of these, ns staggering
as they may seem to the mind of the
contemplative will not save us The
present age Is a challenge to leadership
and a call for wise direction. The great
conferences of our most forward look
ing thinkers on either side of the At
lantic who are able to see beyond the,
petty prejudlees and purlle animosities
->f a myopic public arc so asking: 'Whot
Is clever?" Rut they are exhausting
every resource of their trained states
manship In the effort to answer the
question: 'What la ultimately wise?'"
"Tn the Pagan period of human his- ,
torv." Pr. Rockhart said, "man all hut
perished through trusting to mere
cleverness, although the'r trained In
genuity surpassed even the marvels of
our own age In some respects. Rome,
with her mighty arehltecfural triumphs
and supremely magnificent pAgcants, so
cially became so decrepit that Marcus
Alirellus was forced to stand In the
midst of the proud Imperial city and
say: 'Rome never had so many people,
hut Rome never had so few m*n\ An
other generation of such Inordinate per
version would have caused the moral
death of the human race. In this time I
i>f intellectual and material splendor | I
but utter human failure the lowly
Xnzareno appeared. He was the way ?
back to the perfect and the normal.
"To pet wisdom," said Dr. Dockhart, |
"Is to get Christ.
*'Tour task, my young friends." said ?
Dr. I?orkhart, "Is to go out to meet '
the challenge of a chaotic society, and
to help In that glorious service of re
directing the races of men from a
nominal Christian llp-worshlp to an
actual attitude of Christian service.
"This cannot be accomplished through
the aid of a trained understanding, how
ever perfect that training may seem to
be. hut It can be done by one equipped
with an Inspired devotion to service and
an educated heart.
Three Great Epochs
"The world Itas passed through three
great epochs. The first, the predatory,
which was the savage reriod In human
history wherein man aspired to sur
pass his neighbor by wresting from him.
through force, that which he desired.
The second, the competitive period,
which was tho Pagan period, wherein
ona Individual sought to outdo an
other by unscrupulous methods in com
petition. The present, or contemporary
period. Is the period of co-operation
The grnit conferences of the chosen
statesmen of tho nations are laboring :
earnestly In an effort to consummate
the dream of human brotherhood, .and
to bring to pass the truly Christian
period of history. The first two periods
were characterized by a misguided faith
In mere cleverness. This latest period
calls for the truest things of the cul
Dr. Dockhart urged In conclusion:
"The beginning of wisdom Is the re- j
verenee for Cod. Man. left to himself, j
has never heen equal to the stupendous ,
problems that have baffled the efforts of 1
the best lntelleets of the past From 1
now on we must he truly led and taught |
by the Oreat Teaehor to attain the nor- ;
mal as against the perverted life."
PIPE CREEK MAN j
BADLY BEATEN UPj
WALTER GALLAGHER IN GLEN-!
DALE HOSPITAL WITH BROKEN :
BONE AND DISCLOCATED
Robbery Apparently Not The Motive '
of Four Unidentified Men Who
Made a Vicious Assault
Walter Oallapher, 35, of Pipe Crpek,
Rolinont County, Ohio, is in the Rey
nolds Memorial hospital at Glendale,
suferinp with injuries received late
Saturday nlehf when he was attacked
by four men at Pipe Creek. He suf
fered a broken collar bone and a dis
located shoulder. ,
Gallagher was enroute to his home i
up I'lpe Creek when he was attacked.
That robbery was not'the motive ot
the attackers is seen from the fact
that no effort was made by his as
sailants to relieve him of his valu
Dr. Warren of Jarobsbtirp. attended I
the injured man. and had him re-1
moved to the hospital.
The identity of the persons who
| madp the attack upon tJallapher had
not been disclosed late last nipht.
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Business is undoubtedly improving. This is
indicated most strikingly in the increased de
mand for Elliott, graduates. Within the past,
sixty days we have had sixty-nine calls for
Elliott-trained young men and women. As busi- j
ness improves the demand will be many times
greater than we can possibly supply. There
never before was a time when young men and
women could start on a thorough business
training with such bright prospects ahead of j
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PROGRESSIVE LABOR '
MOVE BY RAILROAD j
Chicago. June 4.?Appointment of
in officer to specialize in the hand- \
ins of problems pertaining: to labor j
ivas announced today by the Chicago, |
Rock Island &. Pacific Railway com
pany. A. R. Ramsdell, for many years j
connected with the company as an of
ficer anr employe, was appointed (9^
the new position with the title of a**?f
sistant vice president for labor.
announcement said that the appoiS^'^
ment was made in "recognition of
great importance to the employee
to the company of a prompt and IMf
handling of labor problema." HeQS
change will be made, however, In the."fj
routine of handling such problem^ It ?
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the Same Care and H?
Attention You Give
Your Automobile II*
Of the nppaling number of automobile wrecks occurlBf ll-V
almost daily, many are caused by undue haste after II- *
ceie has found too late that his watch was slow or had
slopped entirely. Men do not expect their automobile*
to continue to run forever without oiling, greasing, re- II ji
pairing and regular attention. Is it, then, reasonable II
to expect your watch to keep good time continuously, II |j
twenty-four hours r day, year after year, without clean
ing or lubrication? lt IKS
luring your watch in now?while you think of it?to
be put in good running order. It will save you many II ?:
disappointments and prevent possible accidents due t?
unnecessary haste. . ?
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shades of expression in piano selec
tions?the possibility of interpreta
tions of which an upright is incapable.
It is a graduation from the class of
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TO THE JUKE BRIDE the Brambaeh
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her home. It brings to her home
that touch of distinction and good
taste which women everywhere seek
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