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Camden Courier-Post - February 10, 1928
Group of Organ Club Has New Name
The Choral Association of the Camden Chapter, National Association of Organists, has become a separate organization. From now on it will be known as the Musical Art Society
The group, at its start here, was sponsored by the Camden Chapter with an aim to establish it as a separate group as soon as a successful working basis was reached.
Patronage has been forthcoming which has assured the society of a place in the musical activities of the community. The plan is to develop a sound choral group, capable of producing serious choral works in artistic manner.
The society’s membership list is still open. Voices, both male and female, are needed. Singers with ability at reading are especially urged to make themselves known. Applications, under the new society’s plan, should be sent to Edna M. Llewellyn, Fourth Avenue and Kings Highway, Haddon Heights.
will continue at the First
here on the first, second and third Mondays of every month.
patrons are Wilfred W. Fry,
Mrs. Fry, Charles K. Haddon, Mrs. Walter
J. Staats, Hon. E.G.C. Bleakly,
Mrs. Elwood A. Harrar, Mrs.
F. Morse Archer, A. Wilbur
Nash, Dr. Edward M. Sullivan, J. Walter Levering, Dr.
Joseph E. Roberts, William G. Moore, Mrs. Mary L. Neer, Mrs. J.
Harry Knerr, Mrs. Ada M. Eckenhoff, Mrs. Charles A.
Reynolds, and Joseph
The former choral association will retain its officers under the new title of the Musical Art Society, with the exception of the post of secretary. Miss Llewellyn will replace Walter M. Smith temporarily.
officers are: Henry S. Fry, director; Miss Llewellyn, treasurer; Ada M.
Eckenhoff, librarian; Robert M. Haley, president; Marion V. Taylor,
Evelyn Lawrence, Stanley Nelson, Harry W. Schwartz, Marjorie Riggins
Seybold, F. Marie Wesbroom-Dager and Howard S. Tussey, executive board.
society will present at least two public concerts in the spring, one in
April at the North Baptist
Church and the spring concert, which has been tentatively scheduled
for May and will probably take place in the First
|Camden Courier-Post * June 12, 1933|
|Musical Arts Society Will Dine at Oakview
The Musical Arts Society will hold its annual dinner and election of officers at the Oakview Country Club, Woodbury, on Monday evening.
With Lewis A. Shearer as chairman, the committee in charge includes the following officers: Wilfred W. Fry, LL.D., president; Raymond B. Heston and George H. Ostermayer. vice presidents; Mildred E. Hudson, secretary; Mrs. Maude G. Benson, treasurer; Charles E. Sylvester, financial secretary of Organ Club; Ethel Thegler, financial secretary of Choral Club; Howard Tussey, chairman of executive committee; Howard C. Eagin, editor of "Cypher"; Ada M. Eckenhoff, librarlan; Dr. Henry S. Fry, conductor, and the following members of the executive committee: Mrs. Marjorie Riggins Seybold, C. Alfred Rowand, Forrest H. Newmayer, H. A. Dudley, Mrs. Marion S. Nelson, Mrs. Gertrude D. Bowman, Mrs. Marion H. Owrld, Mrs. F. H. Halligan, Miss Mildred E. Huntsinger and J. H. Senior.
|Camden Courier-Post * June 12, 1933|
|Students Return To Spend Summer Vacation Home
The younger set is occupied with homecomings these days with the college men and women and the boarding school students returning to the fold. Mrs. William T. Haddon will return early this week to her home, 336 Hinchman Avenue, Haddonfield, with her daughter, Miss Aileen Elizabeth Haddon, who is a student at Bradford Junior College, Boston, Massachusetts. Mrs. Haddon made the trip by motor and was accompanied by her son, William K. Haddon, II, and Everett A. Tyler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett A. Tyler, also of Haddonfield.
Leon F. Rittenhouse of 1557 Bradley Avenue, is leaving today for California, where he will continue his study of medicine. Mr. Rittenhouse was a graduate from Washington Missionary College, in the national capital on Monday.
Two of the Wilfred W. Frys' children were graduated at schools in New York and Massachusetts, this past weekend and today. Tonight Miss Eleanor Fry will be graduated from the Emma Willard School at Troy, New York Last week Wilfred W. Fry, II, was graduated from Mt. Hermon School, Mt. Hermon, Massachusetts.
Henry J. Bowes Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Bowes of Merchantville, spent last week in Annapolis, Maryland, where he took entrance examinations for the United States Naval Academy. He was graduated last week from Valley Forge Military Academy, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.
Miss Helen Pratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Pratt of 213 North Fourth Street, has returned from Bucknell University for the Summer.
Miss Betty McCausland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William McCausland of Salem, was graduated at the Birmingham School, Birmingham, Pennsylvania last week. Mrs. McCausland, with her daughter, Miss Frances McCausland attended the Commencement exercises as did Miss Elsie McCausland, who is a student at the school.
Miss Frances Snyder of 331 North Forty-first street, was graduated at Syracuse this month.
|Camden Courier-Post - June 24, 1933|
Camden Unit Makes Real Estate Broker Chairman of Advisory Boards
R. Lippincott, real estate broker, has been named chairman of the advisory
board of the Camden unit of the Salvation Army, succeeding William
officers include Mrs.
Charles A. Wolverton, treasurer, and Miss Elizabeth Magill, secretary.
Members of the executive committee selected the following committees: Woman's committee, Mrs. Arthur H. Holl and Mrs. Wilfred W. Fry; finance committee, Dr. F. William Shafer, William D. Sayrs, Frank C. Propert, Mrs. Wolverton and Mrs. Holl; property committee, Howard Hemphill, John J. Robin son, Herman E. Hensgen, Arthur J. Casselman and George C. Baker; public relations and publicity, Rev. John Pemberton, Joseph G. Tweedy, Mrs. Mary W. Kobus, Dr. Albert B. Pancoast and Patrick H. Harding; program committee, Dr. James Rodger, Propert, Robinson, Tweedy and John L. Shannon.
Camden Courier-Post - June 25, 1933
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