Leadership Skills, Calling, etc.

A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P Q R S T V W Y

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ABC's of Contra Teaching (Duke Miller) 5 6 4
About "New Dancitis", 1952 (Ed Durlacher) 3 8 35
Address to LEGACY, May, 1973 (Charlie Baldwin) 12 9 27
Advantages of Growing Old (M.G. Karsner) 9 11 32
Advice to Callers (Ralph Page) 3 11 2
Advice to the Square Dance Learner (Ray Worrell) 10 5 19
Are Traditional Dances Evolving? (Karry Brockett) 11 12 16
Are You A Pro? (Al Roche) 10 2 12
As I See It - 35 Years in Retrospect (Jim Mayo) 14 9 7
As True Today as Yesterday - Prompting (1896) 13 11 20
Astute Remarks, National Square Dance Convention 1954 (Reuben Merchant) 4 8 19
BALANCE!, 50 Variations (Dr. Ralph A. Piper) 5 1 13
Balancin' at Tunbridge, VT (Herb Warren) 4 11 2
Between the Old & the New (Sarah Gertrude Knott) 5 11 5
Beware of "High Level" Demos. (Evelyn Moore) 9 10 19
Bored? Who's Bored? (from Callerlab Newsletter) 14 7 2
Bring the Floor With You (Ralph Page) 9 9 1
Call to Reason (H.D.Douglas) 7 10 13
Caller X Plans A Dance (Art Hacking) 7 5 2
Caller's Wife, The (Ruth Horn) 7 6 2
Callerlab, 7th Annual Convention, 1980 (Ralph Page) 13 8 13
Callerlab, 1978, Traditional Dances (Ed Butenhof) 13 2 15
Callers' Associations for 1952? (Pop Smith) 3 8 16
Callers' Associations, A Reply (Louise Winston) 3 9 2
Callers' Challenge (Harold Bausch) 10 8 2
Callers' Classes (Charlie Baldwin) 7 8 10
Callers' Fees in 1954 (Almon Wright) 4 8 2
Callers' Words to Live By (anon) 4 4 34
Calling Tips (Jim Hilton) 8 10 24
Calling for the Non-Dancer (Paul Hartman) 8 5 2
Calling, Three Keys to Success (Gus Gronlund) 9 9 14
Care and Use of Sound Equipment (Charlie Capon) 11 6 13
Care of Phonograph Records (Les Darwin) 12 11 18
Caring for Your Records (Homyer's Music, Boston) 12 7 38
Changing Scene in Folk Dances-1974 (Vyts Belaijus) 11 9 18
Christmas-time Programs (Mary & Fred Collette) 4 11 15
Clubs and Dance Levels (Jim Hilton) 13 3 6
Comfortable Dancing (Shannon Keyes) 4 12 8
Commandments for Square Dancers ("Duke" Miller) 8 11 13
Contra Records, a Listing as of 1968 (Ralph Page) 9 3 20
Contras At National Square Dancing Convention, 1977 (Ted Sannella) 12 12 2
Crisis of Levels (Dick Leger) 13 7 2
Crisis of Levels (Dick Leger) 14 6 2
Cultural Face of U.S. Changing (Sarah G. Knott) 8 11 32
Dance Attitudes Change, 1946-53 (John J. Gardner) 4 6 4
Dance Courtesy (Richard A. Tappley) 11 3 2
Dance Etiquette (Ernie Krehm) 12 12 17
Dance for Exceptional Children (Marianne Taylor) 11 10 46
Dance with "Courtesy", "Consideration", "Comfort" 5 1 23
Dancers Aid Victims of June 9, 1953 Tornado 4 2 11
Dances They Do in Cleveland (Joe & Ginger Hritz) 11 10 29
Dances for the Handicapped (Bob & Berda Treyz) 7 11 38
Dancing (Fred Corey) 12 4 18
Dancing & Physical Fitness Pt.l. ("Duke" Mlller) 7 8 13
Dancing & Physical Fitness, Pt.2 (Murray Driller) 7 9 5
Dancing & Physical Fitness, Pt.3 (Hariette Lapp) 7 10 4
Dancing & Physical Fitness Pt.4 (Rose Strasser) 7 11 19
Dancing & Physical Fitness ("Duke" Miller) 11 8 5
Dancing for Handicapped Children (Ralph Howe) 7 11 38
Dancing for the Deaf (Wesley Elvidge) 1 9 12
Dancing for the Handicapped (Lea Chewning) 8 12 32
Dancing in The Dark (Ralph Page) 3 2 2
Dancing in the Church (Rev. Kenneth McRae) 8 7 8
Dancing "Levels" (Pat Pending) 7 8 28
Dancing "On the Beat", Mentally (Ed Moody) 10 1 8
Dancing "On The Beat", An Answer (George Hodgson) 10 2 14
Development of Party Themes (Mae Fraley) 12 12 9
Dick Leger's Callers Schoo1, 1980 (Roger Whynot) 13 9 2
Do We Want Everybody to Folk Dance? (R. Merchant) 2 5 5
Doctor Looks at Square Dancing (Joseph A. Mahoney, M.D.) 2 12 8
Doctor Looks at Square Dancing (A. Hazen Fogg, M.D) 8 12 2
Duties of An M. C. (Earl Johnston) 10 2 2
Energy Crunch, Impact on Sq. Dancing (Jim Hilton) 13 2 12
Evolving Folk Music & Dance (Sarah Gertrude Knott) 8 8 18
Excellent Dancing Observed by Herb Warren 4 3 48
Family Dances at Folk Dance House, 1955 (Hermans) 5 1 20
Family Dancing (Harold & Marie Kearney) 4 7 6
Family Dancing, Two Years Later (Harold Kearney) 5 6 7
Festivals Are Good For Square Dancing (Pop Smith) 3 11 10
Fixing Scuff Marks on the Floor (Duke Miller) 7 12 13
Floor Fright (Ralph Page) 13 9 36
Folk Arts in American Life (E. J. Niederfrank) 8 6 40
Folk Dance Manners (Compiled by Nancy Rosenberg) 8 7 2
Folk Dance Manners (Mary Ann Herman) 9 2 21
Folk Dance Program (Conny & Marianne Taylor) 10 3 15
Folk Dance Thoughts (Ralph Page) 6 9 35
Folkscellany (collected by Verne Steensland) 5 11 8
Folkscellany (Verne Steensland) 6 2 26
Folkscellany, October, 1957 (Verne Steensland) 5 12 23
Friendlier Square Dancing (Pearl Montgomery) 5 4 16
Frosting on the Square Dance Cake (David Payne) 10 4 9
Fudds and Dudds, A Satire (John J. Gardner) 5 2 14
Function of a Folk Festival (William Hugh Jansen) 8 4 10
Function of a Folk Festival (William Hugh Jensen) 8 6 38
Function of a Folk Festival (William Hugh Jansen) 8 11 21
Function of a Folk Festival (B.A. Botkin) 9 9 10
Getting the Most out of Live Music(Doc McDonald) 7 11 13
Gimmikry (Bob Marsh) 14 7 5
Good Singing Calls, 1955 (Shannon Keyes) 5 2 7
Good Square Dance Leadership (B.L.Thompson) 1 11 2
Guest Editorial (Charlie Baldwin) 12 5 9
Guest Editorial (Charlie Baldwin) 12 9 11
Guidelines to Set Caller's Fees (Ed Ross Smith) 10 3 24
Have Fun Dancing (Eloise West) 7 2 2
Holding A Square Dancer's Interest (Charlie Baldwin) 2 8 2
How Can we Stop Rough Dancing? (Roger Whynot) 14 4 11
How Much Shall We Save? (John Brice) 10 2 6
How To Treat New Dancers (Bill Peters) 8 3 9
Hunting the Real Thing (Sarah Gertrude Knott) 8 2 18
Ideal Host, The (William Freeman) 6 10 7
Ideas for the Newer Caller (Ed Moody) 7 9 2
Ideas on Square Dance Attendance ("Duke" Miller) 2 8 7
Improving Dancing Skills (Glen Nickerson) 14 6 7
In Square Dancing, What is a "TIP?' 5 2 33
Insurance Coverage for Callers (Jerry Higdon) 9 5 2
Insurance? YES! (Hilton) 12 3 14
Interview With Dick Leger (Dorothea M. Thompson) 11 12 2
Kid Yourself, Be a KID for 35 Years (Bob Howell) 14 9 3
Kitchen Junket Parties (Ralph Page) 4 3 43
Leadership (Ralph Page) 11 1 10
Leadership Goals for Callers (Dick Leger) 10 3 2
Leadership Words With Ed Gilmore (R.& F.Worrell) 9 10 8
Legacy Report for 1983 14 8 21
Legacy VI, Viewpoint 1 - Caller, Joe Casey 14 6 29
Legacy VI, Viewpoint 2 - Dancer, Mary Jenkins 14 6 31
Let's Act Like Adults (Dick Anderson) 3 5 2
Letters to Editors 14 4 19
Listening Posts Pay Off 13 1 14
Live Music, To Be At Ease With It ("An Old Pro") 10 4 2
Magic Circle, The (Mae Fraley) 12 11 4
Mentally Stale ("Duke" Miller) 9 11 8
Mixing Couples, A Teaching Help (Frances Mallory) 10 9 30
Northern Junket & Ralph, & 25 Years (Bob Osgood) 11 9 8
Notes on Talk Given by Dick Leger (Willard Price) 10 9 4
Nova Scotia Square Dance (Maurice Hennigar) 6 3 8
Observations on Folk Dancing (Duke Miller) 3 2 5
Occasional Square Dancer, The (H.D.Edwards), 1962 7 9 15
Old Calls, New Calls, Changed Calls (Pop Smith) 3 4 2
Old Smoothie Square Dance Clubs ("Duke" Miller) 7 6 14
Old Time Patter (28 of Them) (Ralph Page) 11 1 13
Old Time Patter (40 more of Them) (Ralph Page) 11 4 13
On Building a Dance Program (Vern Steensland) 5 6 10
On Teaching Contras (Ralph Page) 9 3 14
One Man's Opinion re Square Dancing (Dick Kraus) 5 11 2
One Night Stands the Year Round (Bart Haigh) 7 12 19
One Night Stand Caller at National Convention(Bart Haigh) 8 1 2
One Night Stands (Roger Whynot) 14 3 2
One Night Stands in Sweden (Israel G. Young) 14 7 11
Opinions of a Dancer (Elliott Buskey) 2 11 2
Our So-Called Experts (Pat Pending) 12 11 12
Party Planning (Jane Farwell via Ralph Page) 4 12 2
Penalty of Leadership (Sat. Eve. Post, Jan., 1915) 9 7 7
Penalty of Leadership, The 9 12 29
Peyton Place Promenaders (Ed Moody) 12 10 4
Philosophy of Recreation (Neil D. Bollinger) 5 1 9
Phrased Singing & Patter Calls(Chip Hendrickson) 14 9 15
Place of Dancing in Square Dancing (Ed Butenhof) 12 8 2
Plain Facts About Square Dancing (Pop Smith) 3 1 2
Planning Field Recording (Glen Hinsen) 13 5 2
Planning National Square Dance Convention [Detroit, 1961] 7 3 17
Play It Again (Al Draper & Verne Steensland) 6 5 13
Possessiveness of Callers (Paul Hartman) 11 6 4
Preparation for Bicentennial Year (Walter Meier) 11 6 2
Pride in Your Own Dance Culture (Ed Durlacher) 5 6 2
Publicity or Public Relations (Oregon Fedn. News) 6 10 2
Quo Vadis (Ed Durlacher) 2 5 2
Rating a Caller (from an Arizona Square Dance Publication) 4 5 5
Record Care, re Dust 13 9 22
Recording Rip-offs (Douglas B. Green) 13 6 17
Recreation in the Church (Shannon Holloway) 8 5 12
Recreation vs Education (Kip Garvey) 13 11 2
Regional Dance Styles (S. E. Richmond) 2 12 12
Regionality in Square Dancing (Evelyn Moore) 9 8 17
Relax, Good Dancing Will Live (Pat Pending) 10 12 19
Responsibilities of a Sq. Dancer (Frank Minnehan) 9 5 8
Responsibilities of a Caller (Ralph Page) 10 8 32
Rhythmless Generation of 1951 (Dudley Briggs) 2 7 15
Rules For Calling (from Howes Ballroom Hand Book) 3 10 10
School Dance Programs, Mohawk Valley (Martha Holly Lowe) 4 9 2
School Dance Programs, Vermont (Herb Warren) 4 9 7
Shoes For Dancing (Judy Ross Smith) 13 7 14
Skirts at The Dance (Conny & Marianne Taylor) 9 11 18
Slowing Down a Floor (Doc Alumbaugh) 4 3 19
Smoothness in Square Dancing (Jim Mayo) 13 8 8
Something for The Caller (Ralph Page) 6 5 17
Something to Think About (George Goss) 12 10 24
Sound Problems in Large Halls (Jim Hilton) 8 12 10
Sound System Maintenance (Jim Hilton) 8 9 21
Sound System Proper Use (Bev Wilder) 9 1 2
Special Parties for Dance Clubs (Ralph Page) 7 9 1
Specialization? (Harold & Lill Bausch) 12 7 22
Square Dance as a Christian Recreation (V.W.Johnson) 4 6 2
Square Dance Attire (Ramona Morris) 11 7 19
Square Dance "Levels" (Howie Shirley) 13 1 23
Square Dance Calling Pt.l. (Walter & Vera Meier) 6 5 2
Square Dance Calling Pt.2. (Walter & Vera Meier) 6 6 28
Square Dance Calling Pt.3. (Walter & Vera Meier) 6 7 13
Square Dance Calling Pt.4 (Walter & Vera Meier) 6 8 10
Square Dance Calling Pt.5 (Walter & Vera Meier) 6 9 14
Square Dance Calling Conclusion (Walter & Vera Meier) 6 10 19
Square Dance Levels (Don Beck) 13 8 19
Square Dance Manners (Ruth Stillion) 7 9 12
Square Dance Tradition (Geo. Goss) 12 2 20
Square Dance for Foreign Visitors (Eben Jenkins) 7 3 13
Square Dancing and Psychiatry (Charles K. Estano) 5 2 22
Square Dancing for TOUGH Juveniles (Ed Durlacher) 6 11 2
Square Dancing for Teen Agers ("Duke" Miller) 7 2 7
Square Dancing in Grade Schools (Frances Kiely) 7 10 30
Square Dancing For Health (Dick & Judy Severance) 14 7 19
Square Dancing, For Keeping Fit (Harriet Miles) 13 4 20
Starting a Square Dance Orchestra Pt.1 (Dudley Briggs) 2 9 9
Starting a Square Dance Orchestra, Pt.2 (Dudley Briggs) 2 10 27
Starting a Square Dance Orchestra, Pt.3 (Dudley Briggs) 2 11 12
Starting a Square Dance Orchestra, Pt.4 (Dudley Briggs) 2 12 15
Stray Bits for the Dancer (Vern Steensland) 6 8 19
Style (Stu Shaklette) 10 9 2
Take Time to Enjoy Square Dancing (Joe Lewis) 5 10 38
Take the "Luck" Out of Pot-Luck (Emma Wilkins) 8 11 15
Teaching Square Dance in Elementary Schools (Gene Schultz) 2 12 2
Teaching Young People to Square Dance 4 2 15
Teens & Square Dancing, Pt.l (Tessa Malopsy) 8 2 6
Teens & Square Dancing, Pt.2 (Tessa Malopsy) 8 3 12
Teens & Square Dancing, Pt.3 (Tessa Malopsy) 8 4 2
Ten Crucial Issues, Pt. 1. (Stan Burdick) 11 2 6
Ten Crucial Issues, Pt. 2. (Stan Burdick) 11 3 8
Thoughts For "LEGACY" in 1973 (Charlie Baldwin) 11 9 3
Thoughts For a Professional Caller (Ralph Page) 3 12 7
Three "C"s of Square Dancing (Ralph Rowland) 11 7 4
Three Kinds of Leaders (Sarah Gertrude Knott) 5 1 2
Three Views on Dancing (Harold Bausch) 11 7 17
Tips for Callers, Good Diction, etc. (Ralph Page) 9 4 18
Tips on Calling With Live Music (Doc McDougald) 6 12 16
Too Good To Keep (Ralph Page) 12 9 35
Tradition (Ed Moody) 11 1 20
Tradition, Tradition, Tradition (Ed Moody) 5 7 2
Traditional Dancing Keeps Pace Pt. 1. (Ed Moody) 10 4 20
Traditional Dancing Keeps Pace Pt. 2. (Ed Moody) 10 5 5
Unanswered Dance Questions (Ed Moody) 5 8 22
Upgrading Slow "Old" Contras (Shannon Keyes) 1955 5 3 9
Use of Public Address Equipment (B.B. Wilder) 7 4 12
We Hold a Golden Key (Sarah Gertrude Knott) 8 4 8
We're Tired (Evelyn Johnson) 9 7 11
We're Tired Square Dancers (Evelyn Johnson) 9 10 6
Western Style Calling (1950) (Joe & Ann Rechter) 2 6 5
What is Square Dance Music? (Ed Durlacher) 5 4 12
What is a "Fun Level" Dance? (Leonard Solomon) 8 3 2
What Makes a Good Dance?(from Country Crossroads) 14 5 11
What to Do About Equipment Theft (Hilton Audio) 13 4 16
What's An Extra Girl to Do? (Doris Weller) 10 10 10
What's in a Name? [of a dance] (Florence Freehof) 6 5 21
Wheel Chair Dancing (Mary Jenkins) 13 1 10