TOMORROW'S FLOWER FETE
Geo. Littlefield, Mr®. Perry Curtis, Mrs. L. Nickell, Miss Mary Wood, Miss An* nic Luther, Miss Belle Johnson. Lemonade booth —Mrs. Geo. Sellinger, Mrs. Will Elder, Miss Dottie Smith, Miss Kate Haley, Miss Rose Futterer, Mrs. Smith. Strawberry booth—Miss Birdie Ward, Mrs. Chas. Mier, Mrs. F. D. Ryan, Miss Mary Griffin, Miss Lizzie Griffin, M:s-; Laura Kern, Miss Eliza Wittenbrock, Miss Mamie Chamberlain. Candy booth—Miss Mabel Skelton, Miss Nellie Dunlap, Miss Helena. Beiwener. Beiwener. Miss Hammond, Miss Alice Montford. Popcorn booth—Miss Belle Johnson, Mrs. W. F. Peterson, Miss Dora Willi.-, Mrs. Elmer Brown, Miss Edna Johnson. Johnson. Fish pond—Miss Lottie Stevens, Mrs. A. G. Folger,. Mrs. M. Griffiths. Living pictures—Miss Jennie Davis, J. M. Henderson. Nigger babies — Mrs. A. Kaufman, Miss Jennie Fay. Flying horses —Miss Jennie Crofton. Ice cream' sodai—Mrs. Barton, lOM May Terry, Miss Emma Fritseh. M.s. Emma Young, Miss Mattie Shirland, Mrs. Peter Ruman. Cigar booth —Miss M. B. Johnson. Miss McCleery, Misses B. and K. Winn, Lillie Wallace, Mrs. Tebbets, Mrs. Ruman, Ruman, Mrs. Geo. Bryte. The booths will be brilliantly illuminated illuminated in the evening, and there will be dancing and music continuously until late at night. A stereopticon exhibition of the battle of Manila and scenesaround scenesaround Cuba will be offered, and there will be no dull moment for the visitu-s to Oak Paik after sundown.