Contributed by Harrison
Description: Lewes HappeningsDate: August 15 1913
Newspaper published in: LEWES DELAWARE
Real Circus comming to Town: It will not be long now unti the sweating dappled horses will drag the rumbling vans loaded with heavy circus paraphernalia from the D.M.& V. Railroad yards to the lot of exhibition at Queen Annes Ball Park. The Downie and Wheeler Shows will make the place hum and Lewes will be filled with eager and good natured people who want to see a spanking good parade and show that will chill their blood by daring feats one moment, convulse them with laughter at an army of clowns the next and fill them with wonder the next. This they will get. According to the newspapers at other places where Downie & Wheeler Shows have been are filled with glowing accounts of the superb performance given in the monster "Big Top". They say the show is as advertised and better. The show will be here Friday, September 12th.
Saint Peters Fair & Supper a Success:
The fair and supper given at the Auditorium on last Friday evening for the benefit of St. Peters Church was a decided sucess and netted over $200.
Mrs Harry V. Lyons was chairmen of the supper, assisted by Mrs James T. Thompson, who attended the coffee. Mrs Clinton Long carved the tongue, Mrs William Lofland carved the ham. Mrs Charles H Maull served the tomato salad nd Mrs F. C. McIntire the craB salad
Mrs Robert Scott cut the cake. Mrs Robert Orr had charge of the apron table, Mrs Davies and Mrs Sarah Carpenter the candy table. Mrs Percy Vickers had the fancy article table. Virginia Carpenter and Elsie Lounderman were at the table of hand made doll clothing made in late French styles. Fredonia White, Elizabeth McIntire, Iris Short and Lydia Short keept the 5 & 10 cent table. Emily Orr, Sarah Chambers and Elizabeth Marshall sold buttonhole bouquets. The waitress' were Leah Burton, Helene Mustard, Gladys Rust, Julia Steel, Emily Mueller, Mrs Roaswalt Hammond, Mrs Louis Chambers, Mrs Alfred Hart.
Treasurers at the different tables were Mrs Thomas Kneale, Mrs Thomas Carpenter, Mrs John P. Virden and Mrs Sarah P. Marshall. Thomas Kneale attended to dipping the ice cream and H. V. Lyons proved to be invaluable in many ways. Marshall's Orchester furnished the music during the supper and dance.