Brass quartet---Frank Arand (alto)

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Brass quartet---Frank Arand (alto) - in be in in a Methodist Concert. On last Friday...
in be in in a Methodist Concert. On last Friday night cur music-loving people turned out in full force and filled the Armory, to attend the M. E. Concert. '.The programme was well arranged, and fully carried out in fine manner. It consisted consisted in instrumenal and vocal solos, duets etc. Among those deserving special mention mention were the vocal duets of Mr, and Mrs. fC. 31. Hovey and Mr. and Mrs. E. Van Metre. Mr. John Ackard favored the aud-eance aud-eance with some tine cornet playing, ably accompanied by Mrs. R. K. Beymer. The fine piano solo, '"Qui Vive" was finely rendered by Mrs. E. Van Metre. An instrumental horn quartette with Mr. John Ackard playing the cornet, Frank Arand Alto, Will Weld Baritone, and Thomas Ackard Base, was produced, to the great satisfaction of the audience. Interspersed in the programme were several several comic parts presided over by Messrs. Be3nier and French, which brought down the house. Those taking part in the opening and closing parts and choruses choruses were Mrs. L. L. French. Misses Edith Lawrence, Belle Johns. Laura Weld, and Hattie Dedrick and Messrs. E. Van Metre, Frank Casterline. and Charles Charles Dedrick. TlWvocal solo by little dra cie Weld, was a commendable effort on the part of the little lady. Mr. Charles Adolph, in his piano playing and accompaniments accompaniments showed fine skill and taste as a master of the instrument. All attending speak in highest terms of the performance performance in all its parts, and our little city may well boast of its home musical tal ent. be of He by in w of

Clipped from Thomas County Cat23 Feb 1888, ThuPage 5

Thomas County Cat (Colby, Kansas)23 Feb 1888, ThuPage 5
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