Meeting and Songs of the 30's and 40's
Epsom Historical Association presented a program
on music to the 1930's and 1940's with local
talent entertaining the over 40 people in
attendance.The meeting opened with election
of officers for the coming year, the approved
slate included Carole Brown, president; Harvey
Harkness, vice president; Betsy Bosiak, secretary,
and Penny Graham, treasurer. Following the
vote, the participants presented an afternoon
of song, and included audience participation
in two sing-a-longs. Geraldine Veroneau was
the pianist for the afternoon. Refreshments
followed the entertainment which was enthusiastically
Brown opens and conducts the business portion
of the annual meeting.
capacity audience joins in one of two sing-a-longs.
perfect harmony !
of the participating local artists.
Veroneau at the keyboard.
Graham with the banjo performed several selections,
including the popular 'In the Mood', 'Sentimental
Journey' and 'Over the Rainbow.'
Heath joins Joyce Heck in a 'Let Me Call You
Sweetheart' and Band Played On' medley. Joyce
also sang 'Stardust' and 'Bill.'
Harkness performed two pieces, 'Bewitched'
and 'Waiting for my Dearie' from 'Brigadoon.'
Meehan with her guitar got the audience involved
with the 'Tennessee Waltz' and "I've
Been Wokring on the Railroad'.
Morency delighted everyone with his redition
of 'Carolina in the Morning'.
and Phil Yeaton discuss music in the home
and school during the period.
Charlie and Phil lead the final sing-a-long
with host for the program, Betsy Bosiak.