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DUNBACK SCHOOL

The annual concert and dance in aid of tli? iiiTids of the Dunback School was held in tht> Coronation Hall on Friday, and was ;i decidt'd .-uecetw. Although the night w:io cold, with Tain threatening, a welltilled hall gave proof of general local iiittre*t in the school. Mr A. M'Lennan (chairman), in a brief opening, expressed keen satisfaction in seeing such a large audience present. The following programme was muoh appreciated : —Pianoiurte selection, Miss Chapman; song by the children (under Miss Crawford); trio, Miss Stevenson (piano), Mr Foster (cornet), mid Mr Taylor (violin); recitations by tho children (Miss Crawford) ; song, Mr P. MFadyen; dialogue by the children (Mr llcggans)! « oll gj Mr George Glover; songs bv the children (Mr Hoggans); song, Mr Ho wans; song, Mrs Paecoe; dance, Miss Jessie M'Fadyen; recitations by the children (Mr Hoggans); song. Mr J). M'lnlush; violin solo, Mr Taylor; aaag Miss May MTntosh. The Chairman thanked performers who had assisted and made the concert a success. After supper had been served dancing commenced, and was kept up until early morning. Mr Wm, Glover acted .•sfcaently. as M.C, j

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DUNBACK SCHOOL, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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DUNBACK SCHOOL Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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