Ferd Basson, bass, in musical event 25 Oct 1891 Enquirer
A crowded house greeted the North-Side North-Side North-Side Choral Union at Masonic Hall last Thursday evening. It was tbe opening concert of the season and aa excellent programme was presented. presented. The Union was ably assisted by Mr. John Claxtoa. the yeung baritone, whose solos received well-merited well-merited well-merited applause; also by the Maadolia Club, of Bellevoe. Ky. Three popular airs ware well rendered by the Club. Several charming recitations by Miss Belle Rodgers. of tbe city. frof. S. A. Fischer, issuer of tbe chorus, and Miss May Tor-rill, Tor-rill, Tor-rill, the accompanist, rendered a classic production production of Mozart. Tbe next concert by the Union will be given December 10 at Masonic Mali. The membership at present consists of Prof. S. A. Fischer, leader: Miss May Tur- Tur- rill. accompanist; Miss Kittie M afford. Miss Alma I-atemau. I-atemau. I-atemau. Mbs Eur ah Brasher. Mrs. Charles Dillon. Mra. Nelson opeer. Miss Ida Paver. Miss Hattie Gana. Miss Emma Boeke, Miss May Ryan, Miss Narcissa Huston. Mrs. Charles Davis, sopranos: Mrs. Wwthrop Lakeman. Miss Mabel Mulford. Mra. S. A, Fischer. Misa Amelia Alberts. Miss Caroline Miller. Miss Florence Wayne. Miss Hattie Boetle, altos: Ollie Gans, John AUgheyer. Ferd basson. Ollie Timbermaa. Dick Atkins. William R. Smith. J. F. BelL tenors: J. II. Ring-old. Ring-old. Ring-old. Winthrop Lakeman. Frank Miller. Lep. Morgan, H. Mass. Charles Dillon. Joseph Tuttle. Frank Mulford. Harry Johnson. F. Mass, ctanler Ringold. Harry Parker. Will iam Etreng, Charles Davis, Frank Davis. George Alcope, bassos.