ST. KLEDA METHODISTS
SUN DAY Sf’H()< )L ANN 1 V I d (5.i... V. The hi com-metc.,.! v-;G, Gm above were held md,m., the amlu tt • r throughout the day iwii.-t up lory, and the seating u< eoaun./iaumi at nicht was unite taxed. In tin*, nmrooig the Rev. T. T, Th.tn.is pm „ practical addre-s on ‘film Beauty ’ I ( odd Life and Its Value to the Whole/ li; t!m afternoon come pleasing item.. ii"Ui .ho infants of the school, led by Mrs Min.-ii-sfill and -Miss Bennett, were greatly appreciated. fi he Rev, W. A. Dry <fa%« tin address on ‘Bells.’ The children showed great aptitude in answering his questions. In the evening the Rev. W. Walker’s subject was ’ Strength.’ It was a very powerful discourse, and held the audience throughout. The children’s singing under the baton of Mr L. Ashn was excellent. Miss Bhrimpton presided at the piano. These were assisted by a splendid orchestra, consisting of friends from the City. Solos were sung by Misses Cole, Bain, Buss, Rich, Neale, and Taylor, To-night a musical festival is announced, at which the children will render original item;, tableaus, and dialogues of a patriotic nature in the Coronation Hall.
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ST. KLEDA METHODISTS, Evening Star, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914