Sparks Article 8-26-1931
will of on or later sure of Free "FOUR CIRCUS FANS" ENTERTAIN OOWNIE CIRCUS PERFORMERS One of the most thoroughly enjoyable parties of the year was the informal little dinner yesterday at 6 in dining room of the First-Methodist Protestant church, given by the Four Circus Fans of Uniontown for the principals of the Downie circus. The Four Fans are Mrs. A, C. Mrs. John Farrell, Miss Louise Ana- wait and Walter Whaley, a quartet true lovers of showinansMp and all | that it implies, and as hosts sponsored a delightful gathering. Present as guests of honor were Mr. and Charles Sparks, manager of the circus and manager-of the manager, respectively, and with them some~4Q of headline performers, A number of local people, friends of the hostess, were also Invited and the occasion's only drawback was its briefness. the non-professional guests were Mr., and Mrs. Joseph A. Coliette and of New York. . " ! Mask was furnished by an orchestra composed of Frank Bower, Robert Schmidt, Joe Paxton. Lyman Gandee and Charles P. Hockenbury.