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About Weekly Chemawa American. (Chemawa, Or.) 189?-198? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1901)
Opening of our Band Stand.
Our Literary .Societies are push
ing to the. front and the interest
evinced by the . members is in
creasing as can be seen by the fol-
The Dewey's met last Thursday and a
temporary organization was perfected.
We understand that officers will be elected
and a permanent organization effected
Our School now bas one of the prettiest
band stands in the service and Prof Stoud
enmeyer and his band boys are justly
proud of the same. Wednesday evening
was an auspicious one for Chemawa. A-
bout 8:30 the band quietly proceeded to the lowing reports,
stand and when all was ready the electric
light was turned on and the band played.
The following program was' then rend
ered: (' ; " '
1. March, "Greeting to- Bangor" Hall.
2. Selection "The Bohemian" Girl'' To
bani Moses. ' v-.'
3. Intermezzo "Salome" Loraine.
4. Song and Dance, "Gismohda"
" Losey. . . ' :;. v -V'.-
5. March, "Behind I' the' Hounds'' Alien.
6. Finale," The Star Spatigle Banner. "
? After which 'Asst..' Bupt:.' Campbell was
i called upon for remarks and he responded fleers.
in happy , vein cohgratulating the Band Addie Cameron was elected president
upon its' fine; Stand and Mhe rendition of and Ksa McKay secretary, the meeting
such excellent music; Oh behalf of. the djourDed to, meet Nov.-7.
band Asst. Leader ChasLarsen responds! '
and said that the ' band wished 'to thank
the Indian Office and all Who had, been hi- Program for the Reliance Literary Soci-j
strumental in getting ' them such a fine ety for the evening of Nov. 7, 1901.
home. The members then signed a scroll Historical Reading, M. R. Decker; Bed-
which will be placed in a tin box, and ueV tation, A. T. Gillis; Vocal solo, Silas Booth;'
posited above the ceiling so that in after
years it can be seen -who played on this
Girls' Band Of Mercy.
, The Girls' Band Of Mercy met on
Thursday evening and reorganized
the coming year and elected new
The following program was; rendered by
the Band on Sunday afternoon from 1 :30
to 2:30 p. m: . . .'. ' . ' " '"
1. The Gainsborough March Rdsey. '
2. Alabama Dream Barnard.
3. Selection, "The Bohemian Girl" To
bani Moaes, ,
4. Raymond Scholtiscbe Falkensfein.
5. March, "Greeting to Banqor" Hall.'
The Concert was listened to by an appre
ciative audience, and iu the rendition of
the several selections the band showed
marked improvements and is making rap
id strides to the front.
Pen Picture, John Harris; Current Events,
Win. Bean; Select Readiug, Thus, Otto;
Humorous Reading, Silas Booth.
;Qnestion for Debate, Resolved: That
; 'YeUow Journalism"should be su ppresned.
. Affirmative. ... Negative.
Chas. Cutter, , ".'.','... , ' Silas Booth
Silas ,Moon . ... . . ' M. R. Decker
. A cordial invitation is extended to all.
Place ot meeting in Class Room No. 9.
' Very Respectfully,
M. R. Decker, R. & C. Sec.
The program of the Estelle Rels U as
follows: ' .
Song, Mable Piers and Fannin Bisk.
Recitati5n, Martha Decker.
Recitation, Lillie Pnttoii.
Song, Pet rln a Nelson.