NEW Baumgartel review

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NEW Baumgartel review - The Vaughn Class Concert. The ninth annual...
The Vaughn Class Concert. The ninth annual concert of the Vaus rlass of the Calvary Baptist Sunday sch took place last night in the Sunday ech house, adjacent to the church, and a sa factory and varied program was present Messrs. Cullen and Collins performed s eral banjo duets with their accuston technical skill; Mr. W. H. Conley plea the audience with several comical dial ,ongs: Mr. Jasper Dean MuFall at Where'er You Walk.' by Handel, sett riff his baritone voice to advantage. French horn solo by Prof. B. Baumga: a~f the Marine Band was greatly enjoy Dne of the most enjoyable features of evening was a soprano solo by Mrs. Tli C. Noyes. Her line, flexible, high sopr: voice is so well known that the audlei a~pparently expected to he enthused wi <he appeared. Her performance fully ju: fled the applause bestowed upon her. W. D. McFarland's tenor voice is alw, appreeiated, and he did himself full just last evening. Miss Edna Scott Smith s "Love in Spring Time," by Arditi, accc panied by Prof. Bischoff, and her rendit was all that could be desired. Miss He Calhoun recited several comical dialect lections. The program closed with a d by Messrs. McFall and McFarland, wh voices blended harmoniously. The conc was a success, not alone artistically, 1 otherwise, and was in keeping with the p vious affairs conducted by Vaughn clasi hn >ol cireud CUTIed CUTIect ng ng A tel remed. he us. no ng on, en re., ret ae srt ut re- gin Ilk. ESe

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  1. Evening Star,
  2. 04 Nov 1899, Sat,
  3. Page 16

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