"Another musical act that is a winner is that of the Moneta Five. They present "An Evening at Home," and all five have harmonious voices. Two of the women play the piano and both men various instruments. The one of the women who is gowned in cerise is clever at imitating children.
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   The show is opened by Metz and Metz, presumably Mr. and Mrs., who both sing well. Otto Metz, as might be expected from his name, sings with a German accent, which made their Irish song unusual."

- Morning Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, June 28, 1910, page 11