Mrs. C. H. Reinsch
PROVO—An attractive affair of Tuesday afternoon was the colonial tea gh'en by the Ladies' Aid of the Community church at Mono Trope hall. Mrs. John D. Curry, Mrs. Walter Adams, Mrs. W. H. Berry, Mrs. Ira Cowan and Miss J. M. Burlin were the hostesses and sixty women were in attendance. Mrs. Floyd Oberle rendered rendered two violin solos, accompanied by Mrs. Lawrence Beebe, and an original original pantomime, "The Old Maids' Tea Party," was presented by Mrs C. H. Reinsch, Mrs. C. H. Ward, Mrs. Charles Tullis and Mrs. A. O. Fullmer. A vocal trio, composed of Mrs. N. C. Wallins, Mrs. G. W. Gitzroy and Mrs W. C. Miller rendered two numbers accompanied by Mrs. Wnllin; piano selections were played by Muss Ada Cowan, and a dance was presented by Miss Jime Gilles and Miss Marilyn McKem.ie. A three-act play, ''Tragedy o£ the Royal Family," was presented by pupiJs of the Farrer junior high school. Potted plants and cut flowers were employed in the decorations which centered around a patriotic J:ien. A red .white and blue color scheme predominated on the tea table streamers and candles being used Mrs. Walter Adams and Mrs. Ira' Cowan poured.