Hahn, Verna Mae

Verna Mae Hahn, 8th grade, April 1925.

Hahn, Verna Mae, 6 May 1926,

Verna Mae Hahn, 6 May 1926, Mont Amoena sophomore.

Hahn, Verna Mae, Lenoir Rhyne College sophomore, 1930

Verna Mae Hahn, Lenoir Rhyne College sophomore, 1930.












Hahn, Verna Mae, Landis, NC HS Advisor, 1937

Verna Mae Hahn, Landis, NC High School adviser, 1937.

Class of 1927, 1928

Birth: 24 Aug 1910, Big Lick, Stanly County, North Carolina
Death: 14 Jun 2003

Atlas Eugene Hahn (1879 – 1948)
Elizabeth Tabitha Hartsell Hahn (1888 – 1951)

Dr. Hugh William Sigmon (1942)
John William Link (1952)

George Franklin Hahn (1916 – 1999)




Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
Mount Pleasant
Cabarrus County
North Carolina, USA

Source: http://www.findagrave.come, #13023555.

From the Verna Mae Hahn Memory Book, ECHS.
Unidentified newspaper clippings. Click to enlarge.

Student Musical, undated.

Graduation Recital, c. 1928.

Trip to Canada, August 27, 1927.












Trip North, September 2, 1927.

Duke University, June 1, 1932.














The Concord Daily Tribune (Concord, NC), 19 May 1927,

The Twelfth Musical Recital Will Be Given Tonight – Miss Verna Mae Hahn to Render Program

Miss Verna Mae Hahn, of Mont Amonea Seminary, assisted by the string quartet of the Winston-Salem High School, will give a musical program this evening a the Seminary at Mt. Pleasant at 8 o’clock.

The following program will be rendered:

Sonata Pathetique Op. 13 (Beethoven) – Verna Mae Hahn

Andante (Dittersdorf) – String Quartette

Whim: Warum: Aven (Schumann); Minnef de Mozart (Schulhoff) – Verna Mae Hahn

Adoration (Felixv (Baroski) – Joseph Schatman.

Sarabande (MacDowell); To The Moon (MacDowell): Sea Gardens (Cooke) – Verna Mae Hahn.

Dance of the Happy Spirit (Gluck) – String Quartette

Duo Brilliant (Czerny) – Verna Mae Hahn. Helen Misenheimer.

The members of the string quartet are: First violin, Joseph Schatman, second violin, Miss Jean Misenheimer, Viola, Miss Alice Barton and cello, Carl Plaster.

The following students of the Seminary will act as ushers: Misses Jane Dry, Alice James, Dorothy Sullivan and Mary Ella Barrier.