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Program of Events - RMS Aquitania - September 1929

Front Cover, Events Program for a September 1929 Voyage of the RMS Aquitania of the Cunard Line.

Front Cover, Events Program for a September 1929 Voyage of the RMS Aquitania of the Cunard Line. GGA Image ID # 12a069f878

Program of Entertainment Events onboard the RMS Aquitania of the Cunard Line. Covers Monday through Thursday during a Voyage in September 1929. The program includes the names of passengers on the Entertainment Committee. Primary activities include Deck Tennis, Shuffleboard, Bullboard, Bridge, Ping-Pong, Horse Racing, and Dancing.

PROGRAM

MONDAY

  • Bridge Drive 9:00 pm

TUESDAY

  • Deck Sports 10:00 am
  • Deck Tennis and Shuffle Board 2:00 pm
  • Horse Racing 4:30 pm
  • Dancing 9:00 pm

WEDNESDAY

  • Deck Tennis & Shuffle Board 10:00 am
  • Bullboard 10:00 am
  • Ping-Pong 10:00 am
  • Tea Dance 3:30 pm
  • Fancy Dress Ball 9:00 pm (Costumes to be worn at Dinner)

THURSDAY

  • Final Deck Sports 10:00 am
  • Horse Racing 11:00 am
  • Tea Dance 3:30 pm
  • Concert and Prize Distribution 9:00 pm (Dancing after)

R.M.S. AQUITANIA SEPTEMBER 1929

ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE

Chairmen:

  • Miss St. Clair Baumgartner
  • Mr. Chas. J. Kappler

Deck Tennis:

  • Miss Betty Odell
  • Miss Jane Herman

Shuffleboard:

  • Miss Catherine Hobbs
  • Mr. Florence

Bullboard:

  • Miss Kennedy
  • Miss Demote

Bridge:

  • Miss Betty Farley
  • Miss St. Clair Baumgartner

Ping-Pong:

  • Mr. A. M. Mann

Concert:

  • Miss Dorothy Mathews
  • Mr. A. W. Mann

Collection for Prizes to be taken up at Dinner on Wednesday.

Events Program for a September 1929 Voyage of the RMS Aquitania of the Cunard Line.

Events Program for a September 1929 Voyage of the RMS Aquitania of the Cunard Line. GGA Image ID # 12a07fa8df

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