WOMEN: Concert In Greenwich

A year ago Mrs. John T. McCullough was occupied mostly in being a Greenwich, Conn. housewife, bringing up her eight-year-old son, raising Boxer dogs, and when she had time, listening to good music. She subscribed, in fact, to a three-concert winter series to be given by the Greenwich Community Concert Association.

When she got a list of the artists who were to appear, Mrs. McCullough was a little put out. The second concert featured Larry Adler, the mouth organist, and Paul Draper, the lissome dancer, and she had read enough about them to conclude that both had been busy supporters...

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