Clipped From The Morning News
Is Tunesmith does 2 more able I he for . . .,.. Anne Helena Dougherty of Wil- this mington has had two more pop as tunes published and presented in the recent weeks. Ihat Miss Dougherty s latest can-jsex aiaaies ror me nu paraue aie ancj "So Nice to Be with you ana simultane-("Keep Your Fingers Crossed." of She wrote words and music of j the latter. He sister, Miss Alice, Af- i Elazabeth Dougherty, provided for;tne lyrics for "So Nice." this Both son8s were introduced last month at the ueiievue-&irat-Hue ford Hotel in Philadelphia by i t T.""-- I vocalist Kay t-uriong. m re-.remme have been made yet. it rrn i a The Wilmington songwriter is j supervisor of communications fo: i.i ... - it: . :.'! : Ine Ame"'can viscose division jot r ood Machine Chemical as ' ri.:l J.iu:.. ou . 1 : m t -0,P 1 niiaueipma. one aves i at, 823 N. Franklin St. vvlio J hus-:crty.f ''Old Fashumed Chris - ties close- 5 "d "ias,,e of cate that; leased on record and in ence .' ..u' rMlu..sul ?. smic ",,us "7 ih) in me 1300.S. A member of ASCAP (Amer-.the per-ican Society of Composers, Auth- ors and Publishers), Miss Dougherty was cited in the organization's quarterly maga-in zine for her most recent song- ; stimula- writing accomplishments.