April 1,1905


The amusement loving people of Warsaw will be elegantly entertained next Tuesday evening by the Aeolian Club of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, with one of the most entertaining programs ever presented at our opera house. Everywhere the young ladies have appeared in the entertainment they have been praised as talented artists and most pleasing entertainers, the press and public uniting in words of commendation. Reserved seats 25 cents are now on sale at B. K. Bailey's Drug Store; children 15 cents. The following will be the program for the evening:

personnel: Miss Faye Marshall, pianist; Miss Clare E. Taylor, soprano; Miss Ethel Norris Hayes, , violinist and mandolinist; Miss Mathilda E. Stuebing, reader.

Part 1

Soprano, 'Till Death, from "Lontanzana, Mascheroni
Piano, Spinning Song, from the Flying Dutchman, Wagner
Violin, "Das Erwachen Des Lowen", De Konteki
Reading, At The Opera, Meredith
Trio, Because. from "Jocelyn" Godard
(Miss Taylor, Miss Hayes, Miss Marshall)

Part II

Soprano, Loves Rapture (Liebeswahn), Kortheur
Violin, Air de Ballet, No. 1, Chaminade
Reading, "Tomorrow at Ten," Perry
Piano, Polonaise Militaire, Chopin
Mandolin, Selected
Finale, The Lost Chord, Sullivan


From the Warsaw Independent of April 1, 1905