..... the 1940 "My Heart Is Glad" mimeographed
recall Dorothy Clark (and/or perhaps Bernadine Bailey
Mellow?) had a part in having this program, and the
manuscript, copied. Not everyone had a mimeo
machine at that time and the sheets, as completed by
Uncle David, were hand carried to Scholin Music, a
professional site, for that service. I think also that
Uncle David's nieces assisted in organizing the many
sheets into usable music and programs.
Note that the
first name on the list is Bernadine Bailey. She is alive and
doing OK in Texas (as of December 2018 - if she is not in
Texas, I know where we will find her). She lives nearby her
daughters who are now widowed also. Look again and find Unc.
Nelson, Aunt Lydia (pianist), and Aunt Elizabeth (a
soloist), Gordon Caldwell, and Art Snarrenberg. Dorothy
Clark is also found among the choirmembers.
member you will find listed is Elizabeth Pirrie. If my
memory is correct her married name is Province and it is her
daughter, Beth, who made the effort to gather the
information for this endeavor. She skillfully put in order
the various data we now enjoy and hope to see utilized again
to glorify God!
process I became quite frustrated inasmuch as my publishing
skill was not up to the task we started, but Beth was very
patient with me and, although it lacked the touch of a
professional, the end result continues to be a blessing to
me. "Thank You, Beth!"
1st sheet page 2
Sheet 2, Page 3
.... front and back,
print to 8.5 x 11