Clarence Middleton 1-28-1909

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Clarence Middleton 1-28-1909 - Jury. them. lied greatest been the the by MANY...
Jury. them. lied greatest been the the by MANY GIRLS lilVF "FEI EOF NATIONS" Splendid Decorations Feature of Novel Event Tonight at Third Church The Sunday Efchool auditorium of the bird Presbyterian Church was a busy lace this morning ounx people, two or the and se th ora hol ja t asking have met now The. sitlon effect JI20.000 grayest terests nues lows: with scores ol three decorators nd Miss, Mae. Crannage, chairman of he general committee getting ready or the "Fete of Nations," the event, of tonight^. The .an noked prettier. Lang Johnson used almost a hundred flaps ·has and Trenton the ous streamers of every nation to decorate the ceilings and side walls. Odess Brewer has been busy putting in shape the eight booths of the different different nations and when the doors open at 7:30 o'clock tonight the picture presented will be one long to be re membcred. In the centre of the auditorium Is the United States booth with scores of flags and other national trimmings. This booth will be In charge of Miss Marie Bellerjeau and here the American American idea of sweetness will be demonstrated demonstrated In scores of kinds. Her helpers are: Misses Meta Dye. Blida Combs, Marguerite Clark and Sadie Reynolds and Clarence Middleton. To very does club. a fair upon for schools The with been of boy so much "HtrT-DOGGJES" SALE. 'In the Jur|r room there will two distinct booths, Germany be where people in of the game a A man .dime and the he hot "doggies" will be served and which will be In charge of Miss Mae Crannage Crannage Her helpers will be Misses Christine Anderson. Daisy Bellerjeau and Maude Anderson, , and Harry Joses and G. Dye. Adjoining the German booth is Spain where olives and pickles will be sold. This section is in charge of Miss Carmen Carmen Ateii and her assistants are Misses Misses Helen Mlirphy. Mary Newsome and Elizabeth Bellerjeau. To the right as one enters in tne door Edgar Wilson will act as a Chinaman asd will have charge of the Chinese Laundry,.,. He w.ilj.be.assjsted by Elmer Walker. Enoch Burrougna, Grace Stults and Florence Grover . In one of the Bible Class rooms Iceland will be found and here Laura Mutchler and her corps of assistants ,,.,, serve ice cream. The following are her assistants: Misses Edna Knoor, will Edna Duncan. Mabel LeRoy Stevenson and George Sinclair. Under the stairway Raisch and one will see he made passenger man canal car and bank. the end and point a smooth overcoat, got half a four passenger quarter. be refused stating had made n- give When for alighted "^en^by Holland's wind mill and may be served served with hot chocolate and wafers. this booth will be in charge of Miss Martha Radford, her assistants being Misses Floreice Umpleby. Ella McCoy McCoy Ruth PIttenger, Lulu Anderson and Margaret Decker and Ernest Ev- 6 In the primary room two booths be placed, one Great Britain and the other Italy. Miss Bessie Grover Is chairman of Great Britain, and ^there will be found all kinds of fancy articles. Her helpers are Misses Myrtle Hummer Hummer Helen Garwood. Eliza Honeyman, Violet McCoy, Madclon Stapler and Gertrude Hunter. In another section of the same room Ada Mooro nnd Misses Ada Britton, Pearl Decker, Sadie Bergen, Bessie Shaw Freda Kuhn, Freda Wisner and to ated than Tax, lion, "a the tlon basis from tlon, the ,000. mean the pui than local jthe rled or 'of the of Emma Camerzell n"ts and .fruits.. the ,, de- about.60 will serve TABLEAUX. ' , In the west gallery "beauty tableaux" and Illustrated songs will be -featured every IB minutes throughout the even- Ing Miss Millie Phillips Is In charge of this section. -A quartet. will furnish music as the songs are Illustrated. 'Ellsworth T. Phillips will have charge of the electrical effects as the pictures are shown. By special invitation Clarence Middleton Middleton will act as Uncle Sam. »He will be Jressed'ln the national costume and act as the reception committee to the people as they assemble. Samuel Cadwalader will be in charge of the door and Robert Shaw will be In chatge of the booths. The Old Queen's Quartet of Rutgers College 'will sing during the evening. Promptly at 7:30 o'clock the combined combined orchestras of the Y. M. C. A. the Third Church Sunday School will .give a concert. It la expected there will be 25 musicians on the platform. a amounting the in

Clipped from Trenton Evening Times28 Jan 1909, ThuPage 15

Trenton Evening Times (Trenton, New Jersey)28 Jan 1909, ThuPage 15
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