Women's Glee Club, 1928 Itinerary and Program, Defiance College, Defiance, Ohio.
Defiance College is pleased to present its Women’s Glee Club in its program for 1928.
Defiance is primarily a college of arts and sciences. It exists especially to further the development of worthy young people in culture and character. Music has a very important place in such development. The glee clubs not only furnish opportunity to carry the name and influence of the College into many communities, but also promote among our students enthusiasm for and interest in music.
It is a personal pleasure to present these young women as representatives of Defiance College. We hope that you may thoroughly enjoy their program, and because of their visit to your community, feel better acquainted with the institution which they represent.
Names in this online transcription include Campbell, Caris, Cole, Couch, Frankman, Hall, Houck, Lawson, Lay, Merrill, Miller, Morrison, Resler, Rhinehalt, Rice, Seitz, Shafer, Smith, Ullery, Wheeler, Whitney, Wiedekehr.
Labels: Ohio, Clubs and Societies
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