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Sigma Eta Sorority remembers music from 1913

June 19, 2013

Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Eta Fine Arts Sorority held its June meeting recently, where Erma Bombeck’s tribute to mothers was read. Pictured, from left are Evelyn Zumbrun, Jerilyn Geiger, Mary Lou Fries, and DiAnna Weiss. Photo contributed

COLUMBIA CITY — Music from 1913 was the highlight of DiAnna Weiss’s theme for the June meeting of the Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Eta Fine Arts Sorority.

Members shared their talents, including a floral center piece and a table runner on one of the serving tables. An Erma Bombeck reading honoring mothers was given. Duets included “How Could You Believe Me When I Said I Loved You When You Know I’ve been a Liar All my Life?”; “Blackbird, Bye Bye”; a medley of 1913 hits — “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling,” “You Made Me Love You,” and “Ave Maria”; and “Let the Rest of the World Go By.”

Also shared was a recording of “God Bless America” and a patriotic tribute read over piano music. Closing the program, the group sang “Amazing Grace” and “In the Garden.”

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