OCTOBER 30th 1913.
The well-known musical proclivities of the village found expression last Thursday evening when, at a largely attended meeting presided over by Mr. Travis, a motion proposing that a Glee Club should be formed was carried with unanimity and acclamation. The gathering of vocalists – budding and confirmed – decided upon an excellent selection of Scottish National songs to be studied, the objective being a concert which will take place towards the end of this or the beginning of next year. Some thirty ladies and gentlemen signified their intention of joining the club, of which it was agreed to invite Bail lie Macintosh to become conductor. The practice commences tonight.