Alabama Enquirer And Morgan County News
Alabama Enquirer And Morgan County News
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Description: Vocal Concert;
Rev. S. R. C. Adams

Date: February 16 1888

Newspaper published in: Hartselle, AL

Source: Madison Co., AL Library

Page/Column: Page 5, Column 3

Vocal Concert
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Prof. S. J. Perry’s vocal class which he has been training at the Baptist church for the past twenty nights, closed last Friday night with an excellent concert. The class sings splendidly and has made great improvement. After the concert was over the school organized itself into a “Chorus Choir,” with the following officers: Mr. A. M. Lee, director; Prof. J. B. Wolfe, assistant director; Miss Jannett Simpson, organist; Miss Julia Easly, assistant organist and Miss Kittie Burleson, secretary and treasurer.
The choir sings well and promises to be a success.
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Rev. S. R. C. Adams
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Rev. S. R. C. Adams and his excellent family of Danville have gone to Woodlawn, Ala., to make that their future home. Rev. Adams is a worthy Christian gentleman and a bright light in the Baptist church. He has been a resident of Danville for the past sixteen years and has been the pastor of quite a number of churches in Morgan and Lawrence counties, and his friends are numbered by the scores who regret to give him up, as a neighbor, a friend and a pastor. He goes to Woodlawn for the purpose of being convenient to the different churches which he is the pastor. We wish Bro. Adams all possible in his new home and we kindly recommend him and has charming family to the god people of that town. Before leaving he subscribed for the ENQUIRER.

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