It is not entirely clear that this photo goes with this activity because some of the text from the caption is missing, but the only other activities on page 22 are A Cat Social and A Date Social. This comes the closest because it mentions costumes:
This is designed for a fancy-dress affair, each guest being requested to dress to represent some nation. When all have gathered a grand march is participated in by all. As a feature of the entertainment a short description of the nation represented is read by each guest; these descriptions should be limited to not more than half a dozen facts; this and his dress are the key by which he is identified. Slips of paper are provided and the guesses are recorded in the order in which they are read. A simple gift, as a book of views, is provided for the most successful contestant.
The second part of the evening may be devoted to the following national conundrums; the answers may be written or given orally as desired.
- Murderess nation (Assassination)
- Floral nation (Carnation)
- Poet’s nation (Imagination)
- School-girl’s nation (Examination)
- Teacher’s nation (Explanation)
- Traveler’s nation (Destination)
- Preventative nation (Vaccination)
- Ruler’s nation (Coronation)
- Church-goer’s nation (Donation)