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Mr. Rheem ~ Lucas County, Iowa
Posted by: Deborah Brownfield -Stanley (ID *****1616) Date: October 11, 2005 at 19:38:40
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The Chariton Patriot
Chariton, Iowa
Thursday, January 6, 1875

The Concert given last Wednesday evening by MRS. T. SCOTT ROGERS, was a
musical feast, and gave unusually good satisfaction for the home
entertainment. MRS. ROGERS is a splendid musician, and gave the best
evidence of the fact, not only in her own singing and playing, but in the
pieces performed by some of her scholars at the concert. The entertainment
owed much of its success to MISS LAURA MOONEY, who, by request, sang several pieces not on the programme. She rendered her songs with an almost inimitable sweetness of voice, and was vociforously applauded, not only on her appearance, but on her exit from the stage. We have only room to mention further among the many good things of the evening, the bass solo by MR. HARRY PALMER. It was a good song and remarkable well rendered by MR. PALMER, who showed himself possessed of a compass of voice rarely possessed
by even professed musicians. We felt somewhat disappointed in not hearing from MRS. O'NEAL on the occasion, as she ranks among Chariton's best singers.

And now we ask why do we not have another evening of song in which all the best singers of the town will participate? What say you MISS MOONEY, MRS. ROGERS, MRS. O'NEAL, MRS. VANGILDER, MR. RHEEM, PALMER, et. al.?
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