The Coffeyville Daily Journal (Coffeyville, KS) 19 Nov 1901 pg 4

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(Coffeyville, KS)  19 Nov 1901 pg 4 - MISS GPiUM THE WINNER Miss Vera Upham Was...
MISS GPiUM THE WINNER Miss Vera Upham Was Second in High School Contest. AN INTERESTING PROGRAM Miss Cram Will Represent Coffeyville at at Fort Scott in the Contest There-Splendid There-Splendid There-Splendid Work of the Pupils-High Pupils-High Pupils-High School Chorus Wins Applause. The high school contest at the Audi torium Monday night was a success in every sense of the word. The attendance attendance was large and the enthusiasm un bounded. There was just enough class irit and friendly rivalry to give vim to the occasion and remind the older ones of their school and college days. The contest resulted in first place being awarded to Miss Goldena Crura and second to Miss Vera Upham. The judges were Mrs. C. T. Carpenter, Dr. J. W. Ryan and Prof. J. N. Whybark. The decision was unanimous. The program was as follows: The Bridal Chorus, from (The Rose Maiden) ugn scDooi unorus. "The New Church Organ" Will Carleton Koxie Williams, 8tn grade. "Laddie" Anon Jennie Smith, junior. Vocal solo, "Sweetheart Sigh No More" Juanita Mathews. "The Parson and His Housekeeper" Stowe Arthur Ingmire, senior. "The Polish Boy" Mrs. Ann S. Stephens Lola Cale, 8th grade. Instrumental solo, 'Chanson Jayense" Gladys Comer. "The Gipsy Flower Girl" Anon Goldena Crum, senior. "Tommy's Prayer" ...John F.Nichols Anna Myers. Vocal solo, "The Choir Boy" Goldena Crum. "The Sioux Chief's Daughter" Joaquin Miller "Toussant L' Ouverture". . . .Wendell Phillips . Vera Upham. Quartette, "The Auctioneer" Juanita Mathews, Cloret Jones. M. C. Martin, Will Noel. Decision of the judges Dr. Ryan "Lonely Tonight Love" J. N. Whybark High School Chorus. Miss Crum chose "The Gipsy Flower Girl" for her selection and rendered it in splendid style. Her action and ap pearance were easy . and natural. Miss Upham delivered "Toussaint L'Over-ture" L'Over-ture" L'Over-ture" in a strong manner but the selection selection did not admit a variety of action as did the other selections. Miss Stephenson, principal of the high

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