Group Title: Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Fla
Title: The Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Fla
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Title: The Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Fla
Alternate Title: Assembly programme
Third Annual session program hand-book
Annual session of the Florida Chautauqua
Florida Chautauqua, our 15th year, 1884-1899
Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Florida
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 23-24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida Chautauqua
Publisher: Duffy Bros.
Place of Publication: Cuyahoga Falls, O
Cuyahoga Falls, O
Publication Date: 1918
Frequency: annual
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Chautauquas -- Congresses -- Florida   ( lcsh )
History -- Periodicals -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Title from caption.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: 1919.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00103297
Volume ID: VID00017
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 42937765

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THE AUSDITORIUM
The Auditorium, the largest Chautauqua amphi'
theatre in the Southland, is superbly fitted with all
modern conveniences. In addition to a seating ca-
paocity approaching four thousand, it is steam heated
and fully equipped with electric lights with dissolving
color effects and footlights for the presentation of
p~lays and grand concerts. The stage alone has a
capacity for over one hundred actor~s.


The Florida Chautauqua


IDeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDAL


The Great ~Winter Chautauqua of the Sjouth,
March 13th to April 6th, 1818


The thirteenth of March, 1918, marks the opening
of the Thirty-fourth Annuul Session of the Florida
Chautaugua,tfo be held at DeFuniak Springs, Florida.
The history of this institution forms one of the
brightest pages in the record of Southern educa-
tional movements. Its influence has been great upon
the community, the state and adjoining states, be-
cause the management has never once in its entire
thirty-three years swerved from the true Chautauquua
idea promulgated by the Mlother Chautauqua on the
Newv York Chautauqua Lake.





THE BERKELEY SEXTETTE
Prida~y, March 22


H ON. FINLEY H. GR6AY
Saturday, Mlarch 16


IMPORTANT









"'We slm]1 fightG for eh~e things nearest our
hearts--for the universal dominion of our
rights, by such a concert of free.peopsles as
shall1bring peace and safety to all nations--
and make the world, itself, at last free.;--
TrOODROW TV~ILSONr.





WE 00 WOT SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE

OF A SLACKER





If you have not already purchased for
yourself or members of your family- a Liberty
Bond or a Thrift Stamp, do so now--then
buy a season ticket. Come and Hear Dr.
Carter, Ex-Senator Gray and Dr. Tincher,
and then you will feel more like he~ll~ing the
boys at the front.










"A land with honor gone is hangaht:
The people want no hockstpring cry;l
Too r~ich the realm for which theyr fought
To let her brave defendlcers die."
WAT~LL~ACE BRUCEl.






WEDNESDAY, MARCHI 27
.1:00 Bible -Study: Dr. F. S. Tincher.
Ti:30 Moving Pietures: "LMan W'Cithout a Country,
SMusic by the Orchestra.
THURSDAY, MARCH 28
3.00 Bible Studyi Dr. ? S. Tincher.
8:00 Concert: Roscoe's Grokiestrat.
FRIDAY, MARCH 29
3:00 Bible Study: Dr. F. S. Tincher.
8:00 Edtitetainment: Tyrolean Alpine Singers and
r dersetiAnf 1 i ina trueA1 .esenting a
SATURDAY, MARCH 30
8:00 En erainment: Tyrolean Alpine Singers and

SUNDAY, MARCH 31
A:30 Sacred musie by the Orehestra.
8:0Sermon: Dr. F. S. Tincher.
MONDAY, APRIL 1
7i:30 Moving Pictu~res: Oliver Goldsmith's Classic,
"'The Vicar of Wakefield."' Musie by Orchestra.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3
8:00 Play: "LThe Return --of Proserpina, under
the auspices of Palmer College.
STHURSPAY,.. APRIL..4
X:00 Concert: Roscoe''h Obehestt-a.
FRIDAY; APRIL 5
7i:30 M~vi f gby reeshf rF'amiliar Places with

SATURDAY, APRIL 6
8:00 Concert: Shaw~mut Male Quartet


Wednesday, March 27, "The M'an Witho ut
Country.


THE IFLORIDBA CHAUTAUQUA
Thirty-Pourth Annual SessioIL

Detailed Program
WrEDNESDAY, MARCH 13
8:00 Opening Exercises: Musie by oscoe's Orches-
tra. Address by Dr.. William Carter, of New -
York City. Words of welcome by Hon. A. G.
Campbell. Admission for the evening free.
THURSDAY, MARCH 74
7:30 'VThe Zeppelin'~s Last Raid." Music by the
Shat stt specthace por ayin thentriu phn o
Democracy over K~aiserism.
lcRIDAY, M ARCH 15
2:30 Prelude by the Orchestra.
3:00 Address by William Carter.
7:30 Movingf Pictures: "Les Miserables,"~ Victor
Hugo's masterpiece. Music by the Orchestra.
SATURDAY, MARCH 16
7:.30 Prelude by the Orchestra.
8:00 Patriotic Address, Hon. Finley H. Gray, Ex-
Senator of Indiana.
SUNDAY, MARCH 17
7:30 Sacred Music by the Orchestra.
8:00 Address: "'Moral Force, Hon. Finley H. Gray.
MONI)AY, MARCH 18
7.30 Prelude, Roscoe's Orchestra.
8:00 "Ether Waves," Scientific Lecture with elabo-
rate experiments, Dr. Charles H. Tyndall.
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20
7:30 Moving Pictures: "War and the W;oman."
Music by the.Orchestra.
THURSDAY, MARCH 21
i. 30 Moving.~Pictures: "KLIing Lear," Shakespeare's
great play, with music by the Orchestra.
'FRiDAY, McARtCH 22
2:30 Prelude: Roscoe's Orchestra.
3:00 Exp~eriments with Wireless Dr. Charles H.
Tynda~ll.
8:00 Grand Concert: The Berkeley Sestette. Their
program represents the most advanced type of
high grade, refined entertainment. Songs and
readings in costume.
SSALTURDAY, MARCH 23
8:00 Grand Concert: T'he Berkeley Sextette.
SUNDAY, MARCH 24
7:30 Sacred music by the Orchestra.
8:00 Sermoni Dr. F. S Tincher.
~ CIONDAY, MARCH 25
3:00 .{ ible Study: Dr. F. S. Tincher. All Bible
Study hours are free.
7:30 Moving Pictures: "LShadows and Sunshine."
Music by the Orchestra.
































DR. CHABRLES H. TYNDALL

Monday, Mar 1


Date of Sale, March 12th to April
6th, 1918, inclusive. Final limit,
April 7th, 1918.


Aycook, Fla ... ............... ......, ..... ...
Bonifay, Fla ................... .........
Crestviewv, Fla........... ......... ..............
Cary~ville, IMa......... ....... .. ........;......
Cottondale, Fla........ ......... ..............
Cy press, Fla. .................. ...................
Chipley, Fla............... ....... .............
Deer~land, Fla.. ........................... ....
F'lorain, Ala......... ....................... ....
G~alliver, Ma.n.......... ..........................
,II Gull Point, Fla............ ...............
Grand Rtidge, Fla......................, .... .
H-arold, Fla...... .......... ..........
Holts, Fla....... ....... ........ ..................
La~urel Hill, Fla ................... .......
M ulat, F a.....................................
M ilton, Fla..............................
IMilligan, Fla ................... ..... ..
M ariainn a, Fla. ................... .....
Mossy HIead, Fla~ ......................
Pensacola, F~la...................................
River Junction, Fla..... ..., ......
Sneads, Fla..................... .................
W estville, Fla............. .............


DR. F. S. TINCHER
Sunday, March 24


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DeFuniak Springs, Fla.





Tickets
The price of season tickets will remain as sin the
p~ast, viz: $5 for full season tickets, children 6 to
12 being issued tickets ~at half price, and children
under six are admitted free of charge. The season
tickets are not transferable and must be presented
each time on entering the auditorium. For the ben-
efit of our visiting friends we give the price of tickets
helowm. Special tickets are issued to all students who
aihe bona-fide members of Palmer College, Thle
Thomas Memorial ,Industrial School or the public
high schools at $2.50; students from 6 to 12 at $1.50
This doeS not sphly..however, to special students, or
those taking only graduate work.
Full Season Tickets...... ............ ....8~ 5.00
Single Admission Tickets ............... .35
NOTE~. I-iarch 14, "LThe Zeppelin's Last Raidi;"
single admission 75 cents; 6 to 12 years, 40 cents.
WGe also reserve the right to charge 75 cents for
single admissions to an address by Vice-President
Marshall if dates can be arranged.
To those holding season tickets there will be no
extra charge for any admission, including the above.


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