This Day In History: 1935-02-02
The piano pupils of Miriam Schultz have a recital to parents and other victims who could be roped in to witness the event. At the end Mrs. Schultz hoped that the audience had enjoyed the program, but stated that its real purpose was to give her young charges an opportunity to express themselves. Among the many aspiring artists on display were Robert and Elaine Reuhl, Edna Derbyshire, Louise Fairservice, Dolores Plumb, Eleanor Waters, Harold Mowery, Earnest Greef, Peter Ash, and Sibley Reid.
(Sibley Reid was later to be one of 12 Mahwah servicemen to die in service during World War II).