Florentine Asman Christmas.

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Florentine Asman Christmas. - CHRISTMAS AT BTJH.GUXIY. Tas Concert and Tree...
CHRISTMAS AT BTJH.GUXIY. Tas Concert and Tree the Finest Seen There. The Christmaa festival and concert service service at the Burgundy Street Methodist church on Wednesday Dec. 28, was the finest and most entertaining ever given. The large auditorium waa crowded. The beautiful and spirited songs were selected from "Carols and Ynletide" and pleased everyone. The welcome address by Mlas Florentine Asman waa weH rendered. The recitation entitled "A Little Msid-em'a Msid-em'a Msid-em'a Plea," by Lizzie Roberts, won the admiration of everyone present. Tbe song. "Ringing for Jesus," by the primary primary class, pleased everyone. Misses L. Weber and Nora Wendt recited-well recited-well recited-well snd earned a hearty applause. The song sad recitation entitled "The Chime of the Bells." delighted everyone, especially sa the children kept time with the golden bells, which - seemed very sweet and greatly admired. Misses N. Wendt, F. Dandle. L. Hugenot, F. Asman, S. Wfl-liama, Wfl-liama, Wfl-liama, S. Watson, M- M- Begg, V. Darsam, L. Boothby, C. Schneider and L. Johnson sang the "Merry Bells of Christmas." a beautiful song, which earned generous applause. The tableau. "Jesus in ths Manger," waa very attractive and lifelike. lifelike. The second tableau. "Jesus In His Mother's Arms," captured the audience. It was beautiful. Miss L. Johnson, aa Mrs. Santa Clans, did admirably well.' causing no end of laughter. The last number of the evening waa sung by ths primary class, entitled. "Welcome to Santa Clans." the tlnkttnr of the number number of iktle bells happily coming in with the chorus. The vocal duet by Misses M. Begg and L. Johnson waa very sweet, and the vocal solo by Miss. Mabel Cot-ton Cot-ton Cot-ton was well rendered. Great credit is tine to Miss K. Knndert m training ths little children in their respective parts. The tall and shapely tree, with Its many beautiful ornaments, was kindly donated by the J.- J.- Steckler Seed Company. The thanks of the school are extended to Messrs. Searcy & Pfaff for printing the tickets and beautiful programmes free of charre. also to the MuUer Furniture Company for donating the furniture, etc.. necesaary for carrring out the different parts of the programme. The "Cradle Song" bv four little girls was well rendered rendered and greatly admired. The arrival ot Santa Clans caused no end of flutter and excitement, to the amusement of the audience, and the gifts he brooeht were beautiful and numerous. Santa Clans delisrlated everyone with a fine song, and his talk to the little folks was amndng. Dr. J. W. Adams, 'who Is the superintendent superintendent of the Sunday school; Mrs. L. Bendernagie. the secretary: Miss J. Dar-aam. Dar-aam. Dar-aam. organist: Mlas E. Gause. treasurer, snd John V. Darsam. librarian. Taken aa a whole, the entertainment was a grand -success. -success.

Clipped from The Times-Picayune30 Dec 1900, SunPage 3

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)30 Dec 1900, SunPage 3
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