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CONCERTS AT BOSBURY. I

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CONCERTS AT BOSBURY. In aid of the Boy Scouts. I I A series of three most successful concerts were held in the Parish Hall, Bosbury, on Friday and Saturday in last week. The three perform- ances were largely attended and on Saturday afternoon the newly formed troop of Boy Scouts from Putley, in charge of their Scout-Master, were invited. The entertainments were in-aid of the Bosbury troop of boy scouts and towards which Mrs Buck (Noverings) and Miss Beith contributed equal shares in the arrangement of the concerts. Amongst those who attended the performance were :—Rev T W Harvey (Vicar), and Mrs Harvey, Rev Parmenter (Curate) and Mrs Parmenter, Mra Fenwick-Fenwick (the VerzoDs) and party, Mrs Emberson and Miss Ballard (the Grange), Mrs and the Misses Manning, Mr and Miss Richardson (the Frith), Miss Passingham (Berrow), the Misses Harring- ton and Miss Holloway (Millend), Mrs Lane and the Misses Lane (Old Court), Mr and Mrs Lane (the Farm), Mr and Mrs Sivell Lane (Staplow), Mr and Mrs and the Misses Bosley (catley Cross), Mr E G Shew, Mr J K Job, Mr T Green, Mr Collett, etc. The accom- paniments were shared by Miss Cureton and Miss Beit.. The performance on Saturday evening opened with an amusing duologue entitled" The Collaborators," in which Mr and Miss Brander kept the audience continually in ecstacies. Mr liilley was undoubtedly the star of the evening. and contributed six songs and a monologue entitled Herr Cohen's first telephone call." Mr Brander and the Noverings songsters gave a costume song, For Months and Months and Months," in which Mr Brander took the principal part dressed up as a yokel at a minutes notice, owing to Mr Foster being unfortunately taken ill, who would otherwise have taken the part. A piano and violin selection Patriotic Airs," elicited much applause. The Bosbury Troop of Boy Scouts gave jan ambulance display, in which the follow- ing took part:—Fireman's lift, by Scout S Bufton model. Scout J Evans; broken forearm, Patrol, Leader G Pttt and. Scout L Bufton; model. cout A Powejl; ?drowning (1st aid) Patrol der- G Powell j and D_id Parker ?; ? EL* model, 2nd L Harrington broken thigh, Patrol Leaders G Powell and David Parker Seconds, L Harrington and W Bufton model, Scout L Bufton. On Saturday afternoon in addition to the foregoing, displays were given as follows Broken collar bone, Patrol Leader D Parker model, 2nd W Bufton and broken arm, Scouts A Powell and J Brown model, Scout W Morris. The ambulance display was neat and quick, and undoubtedly gave credit to the Scoutmaster. Mr Peters and the Noverings songsters gave another costume song entitled Hi, hi, hi, Mr Mckie," which was encored. Mr Lilley's ragtime song Dixie," called forth rounds of applause, aud he could only appease the audience by giving Nursery Rhymes in Ragtime" as an encore. The costume song "The tin gee-gee," was given by Mr Arnold, Scout J Evans and Noverings songsters. A humorous song When Richard III sat on the throne," was given by Mr Lilley, who gave as an encore 44 Herr Cohen's first telephone call." His other humorous song was When I was a boy at school which received an encore, and he sang Meynell Hunt," The evening concluded with an amusing comedietta, "Packing up" by Mr and Miss Brander. «

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