FLORIN GARDEN PARTY.
A substantial addition to the funds of the refreshment stall at the forth- coming Scottish fair, in aid of the Yeronga - Moorooka Presbyterian Church, was realised by a florin garden party held yesterday afternoon at the residence, of Mrs. C. H. Barclay, Beaudesert-road, Moorooka. The grounds were gay with flags and bunt- ing, and afternoon tea was served at tables arranged on the lawn and
decorated with sweet peas. The organisers were Mrs. Barclay and Mrs. G. Nash, and the guests were enter-
tained with music, croquet, and com- petitions. Songs were rendered by Mrs. J. Richardson, Misses Agnes Manson, and Gladys Peters, elocutionary items by Miss Kathleen Radford, and pianoforte solos by Miss Cowen. Those present included Mesdames B. Adsett, Kidney, C. W. Hunter, H. Taylor, A. Gillespie, Forgan Smith, J. H. Reid, R. Francey, A. J. Servin, J. Allan, F. Chapman, F. L. G. Rabbets, J. Richardson, J. Gilligan, S. Gilligan, C. M'lvor, E. Drysdale, Hunter, Black, M'Candish, M'Kenzie, Hargrave, A. Coulter, Sturt, J. Gill, S. Lang, Thomas, Francis, W. H. Hasty, Rogers, Quinn, Mills, Stewart, Tucker, Adams, Hatch, W. Thompson, Abel, Hornsley, L. Gough, W. S. Laurie, H. Clark, J. Dowrie, R. G. Watson, Connor, Allen Waters, Hawlins, Wat- son, Misses Manson, Thelma Francey, Thelma Strike, E. and M. Francey, Graham, K. Radford, G. M. Peters, L. M'Millan, Cowan, M'Kenzie, Prest- man, Thomason, Graham, Mills, and J. Clifford.