Easter in Tyrone Rowlands

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flfttt,MANt fcAMfftit Pftrijr ttAitrtity) Hlfht «•«« «i»fMy AH fctnlnrnt ftiUHttM. Of allthe social gatherings held in many years post in Tyrone the Easter assembly nt the armory Monday ntgltt wM conspicuously surpassing in the brilliancy brilliancy of scene and event and in its complete complete success in every particular Tho young men having the arrangements arrangements in charge hnd transformed the spacious drill hall Into n banntifnl dance hall, The decorations of flags, buntings, rosettes, draperies, evergreens and Philippine Philippine lanterns were tnstefnlly display* ed. The musicians occupied a bowernd platform, and the Egyptian grotto where lemonade was served was a happy conceit conceit adding to the general effect. As the guests entered the hall they were greeted by the bevy of patronesses comprising Mrs. R. B. Freeman, Mrs. H. B. Ciilderwood, Mrs. W. L. Hicks, Mrs. Claude Jones, Mrs. A. A. Witter, Mrs. H. L. Sholly, Mrs. A. M. Wooden, Mrs. R. L. Piper, Mrs. C. H. Rowland, Mrs. G. J. Gibbs, Mrs. F, W, Acklin and Mrs. J. W, Howe. More than two hundred were present, the young ladies and gentlemen who are active in a social way in Tyrone attending in large number, number, while the out of town guests were unusually numerous, there being delegations delegations from Philadelphia, Huntingdon, Youngstowu, Pittsburg, McKeesport, Windber, Altoona, Bell wood, Mifllin- town, Mount Union, Clearflold, Bellefonte, Bellefonte, Unionville, Philipsbnrg and elsewhere. elsewhere. At 8.45 the overture was begun by Fischler'a orchestra, of Williatnsport, whose music throughout the evening was all that could be desired, perhaps the best ever furnished at a Tyrrue social social function. Dancing began at I), and then waltz and two-step were alternately alternately enjoyed by the beauty and gallantry present. Shortly before midnight refreshments, refreshments, excellent indeed they were, too,—w N served, and in this feature also the comprehensive preparations were apparent, for the service was delightfully delightfully brisk and satisfactory. After refreshments, n,ore dancing followed, and it wati well past the month of March when adjournment ensued. Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon the young men who achieved a success so brilliant as this assembly proved to be. The committee comprised J. Howe Stevens, William McLanahan, Fritz McLanahan, Edwin S. Africa and Charles O. Miller,

Clipped from Tyrone Daily Herald01 Apr 1902, TuePage 4

Tyrone Daily Herald (Tyrone, Pennsylvania)01 Apr 1902, TuePage 4
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