June 17, 1893
Democrat & Chronicle
Rochester, Monroe Co., NY
The baccalaureate address at Albion will be delivered at the Baptist church
tomorrow evening by Rev. Dr. A. C. OSBORN.
Tomorrow morning at the Medina Methodist Episcopal Church the pulpit will be
occupied by Professor Henry PEASE, in the absence of the pastor. In the
evening the Rev. T. M. WILLIAMS of Millville will preach a sermon on Odd
Fellowship. The members of the Medina lodges of that order will attend in a
George VAN ORNAN of Lyndonville attempted suicide on Thursday by
taking Paris green in a drink of cider. Every effort was put forth as soon as
the act was discovered, and it is thought that his life is saved but he is still
in a very precarious condition. Young VAN ORNAM was despondent because of
the hold the liquor habit had on him and his inability to effect a cure.
The entertainment of the primary schools at Albion was given yesterday
morning in the Grand opera house. First came a chorus "The Boatman's
Song;" then followed recitations and declamations by Mason ROGERS,
Bertha WARNER, and Charlie LITTLEBRANT, and a song, "Pretty
Little Bluebird," after which Leslie KNOTT gave a declamation.
The physical culture class under the tuition of Miss Harriet C. PAUL
gave exercises. Winifred IRELAND and Sarah CHURCH gave recitations
and then came the pretty flower dialogue.
Flossie BURKE, a recitation, "The Fairy Song," followed,
after which the physical culture class gave the minuet. There were recitations
by Charlotte DANIELS, Georgie ASHBY, Allie BUELL and a song
"The Railway Train." Neil WILCOX, Tues ACHILLES, Beth HARRIS,
Georgie ROBERTSON and Julia MILLER were others who took part in
the exercises, which came to a close with a chorus by A and B grades, "Auld
Lang Syne at School."
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