The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 18, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 22, 1922 Page: 7 of 18
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. DAIlilY DANCERS
i TO FEATURE FREE
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.. . -Solos Readings And Ad-
; . dress Included Among '
balnty dance by pupili of Mrs.. C.
J. Gleuty&anner will feature the .free
concert program spoitaored by tha
Houston Mualo 'council at the city au-
dltorlum Sunday afternoon. Peter W.
Pykemn noted . community service
worker will open the program with
'nn address following. which' en In-
. (creating variety of dances solos
quartets and readings will be given.
"Dance of the Flower Maidens" and
"TI.e Knights of the Holy Grail" from
."l'umlfa!" are. two of the ensemble
rfnmbers Mrs. Olesendanners pupils
- will give. 'These will be beautiful ant-
' mated pictures of grace. Janice Dar-
run und Charles Otezendanner will
.dance a duet "In My Lady's Garden"
Music and Reading
"That Old Irish Mother of Mine" will
be sung by Miss Mary Elizabeth
Mayes following which Miss Ellse
. "Mnthal will play two violin solos.
-'Adding a bit of variety to the must-
- ml program will be a reading by Miss
Two soprano solos by Mrs. F. C.
Itarnen will be special treats M the
'afternoon. It was Mrs. Barnes who
- Introduced the Idea of the free Sunday.
" concerts to the council and It Is large-
. ly through her efforts that they have
itren .1 success. Mrs. parnes- has been
active in Houston musical' circles for
soma time having been a member cf
the Wc man's Choral club for 16 yearn
and a voice and piano teaches a goo4
man' years. She has appeared on
numerous cub programs from time
to time and Is always willing to con-
tiibutc her talent where It is appre-
Two Pretty Songs.
Sunday afternoon she will sing
"Chasing Butterflies" by Thomas and
"The Bird and the Babe" by Insu-
rance tho latter having been pre-
sented to Mrs. Barnes by Mr. Lleu-
' ranco personally when be was hero
this season. Theo. D. Meyer will play
Mrs. Harncs' accompaniments.
A quartet of girls from the HeuSr
ton Club for the Blind wtl sing sev-
eral numbers and Miss Ruby .Wilson
-an accomplished pianist and vocal-
ist of Illllaboro Texas who Is. here
(in a visit will sing and play some
of her own compositions.
Tho 'concert program begins prompt-
ly at 1 o'clock and lasts for one hour.
Ibis Sunday's concert concludes the
series until next September. The au-
ditorium is not available durng the
summer months and so many of the
musicians are going away for the
summer the council thinks it advisable
to discontinue the free programs until
next fail. Many Interesting programs
will be worked out In the meantime
for next season's series.
HERMO TALK OH
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v. PfeTKR W. DYKEMA.
Wisconsin Man One
Leaders in Recrea-
.Announcement of the death of Mi
G B. Hlcker' formerly of Houston
Dallas "PVldsy afternooif was received
-at Houaten yesterday. '.
Mr. Bicker was born at Freepoft.
III. Mar M. 157 nd removed from
t-hlc-go to Houston In 104 whe.-e ne
resided until 1(11 when she trani-
ferred her residence to Dallas to m ke
her home with her daughter Mrs. O.
E. Longshle at whose home she died.
She was the widow of the (ate R. H.
Rleker at Houston. . c -
' She had been 1U but a short time anil
her death came as snVck to '.erl
friends and relatives. She Is survived I
by two sons. WO. Ricker of Brook
lyn N. T. and Hair. H. Bicker of
Houston; also by ' her daughter at
Dallas' ;?. Two Brothers also survlvj
her J. Q. MaeOregor of Houston and
W. H. MaeOregor of Klgln 111.
: Burial arrangements are pending.
TO PAY PNION MONTHLY.
WAsHrNQTON. AprU II. After I
Jul next verybody ow the govern
ment pension roll will bo paid monthly
Instead of quarterly the house. Friday
having agreed to senate amendments
to -the bill ordering the change.
Peter W. Dykema professor of mu-
sic at the University of Wisconsin
arrived In Houston Friday night on a
visit in connection with the work of
the llouston Community and Recre-
ation service. He Will speak this af-
ternoon at the city auditorium at the
boys' operetta "Phantasy of Child-
hood" and Sunday afternoon at the
Music council's free concert.
Professor Dykema Is one of tl)plo-
neers in the Community music move-
ment in America being one of the
first musicians to catch the vision of
the power of music as a civic and cul-
Hlsactlvltles in the community ser-
vice have been extensive. Besides his
work at the University of Wisconsin
he ls'one of the past presidents of the
Music Supervisors National confer-
ence and was formerly editor of the
Supervisors Journal. Ho helped edit
the book of "Twice Fifty-five Com-
munity Songs" 'which is widely used
for community singing and he 'is now
doing some special educational work
In the community music field on be-
half of community service.
Mr. Dykema will be In Houston until
AMERICAN EGOS IN MEXICO.
MONTEREY Mex. April 21. Every
day for the last three months there
have been three or four carloads of
American eggs that have. arrived to be
sold at the local market.
It is stated that the same amount
goes through here daily en route to the
port of Tamplco.
TEACH ENGLISH IN MEXICO. '
Houston Post Special. .
MONTEREY Mex. April. 21. Every
chool In town whether private or pub
lic Is devoting great deal of atten
tion to the teaching of the English
language. English is considered abso- J
lutely necessary In this part of Mexico
as nearly all of the business done is
transacted with the United States. j
Nearly 20 per cent of the local pop-
ulation has a knowledge full or slight '
but some of it of the English lan- j
To Match Your
Never before have you been
able to select front such a
varietyof styles and color.
Make your selection now
while our stock is" so com-
' Bathing Slippers
With center strap up front in
orange emerald red pur- o
pie blue and black vJ
Cross Strap Sateen Bathing
Slipper in orange emerald red
purple blue and " &
Cross Strap Plain Cloth
In red blue green and ?4 fill
811k Bathing Stockings
In purple red blue yel- CO ft ft
low-and orange; tbe pair 6iU
Kayser made In Dent-de-Lton
white and black;
black and white em-
erald and black pur-
ple and black Ameri-
can Beauty and black
plain black; the pair
Two-Strap Anklette Sateen
Battling Slippers In orange
emerald red pur- rn
pie- blue and black v leDU
One-Strap Plain Cloth
Red blue green
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; . Gasoline at
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Wagons 1 Heavy Pole Wagon. 8
Sets of Harness.
Call Mr. Waverly Preston 1812
Houston Gas & Fuel Co.
Johnson Bros. 718 Louisiana street cor-
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Ideal Tire and Repair Co. 702 Franklin
The Goodson Filling Station 1413 Lor-
Jt W. Shaper 7403 Harrisburg boulevard
Choat-Hutchings Tire Co. Main at Lamar
J. S. Brett 1824 Washington avenue
Wm. H. Lobb 5214 Washington avenue
Fuller Smith 5318 Washington avenue
P. G. Wilson 5805 Washington avenue
K.-T. Garage and Filling Station 5120
- Washington avenue
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E. R. Bowden 4606 North Main street
S. O. S. Tire Service lnc.r Dallas and
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