HALLOW L'H.V jt i.s jjciiei'ally considered that tho o]d style of entertainment does not interest tri« younger generation, as it fails t-o provide sufficient sensation, but the Burnt. Club year by year hare proved thai this is not so. Hallowe'en ic*tival is ■sspecudly dear to tht> hearts of Scotsmen—if only for the reason that it i. : , a link binding tb? past with the presinrT-. The old customs continue as dear and oi:f<?rtAining, and folk never tire of the ancient i'-?monks.. This year's feFtivci promises t-o be exceptionally interv?stir.£ he North-cast Valk-y Church of Christ, awnday School _ held t-hoir annual picnic at Bothune'e Oully yesterday. Th» attendance cf children, with their parents and friends, numbered close on 150. The arrangements wore in the hands of th« superintendent i.Mr Wm. King), assisted by the officer? and teachers. A feature of the gathering was the refreshments, which, win - ** generously provided by tine- official*. The children wer entertained with raoes, games, etc.. ami the weather being perfect, th* was .xcknowlfdwl m hav-s been the nht\t .•iwwssl'ul awl enjoyable outing hold by the Sunday School for many years.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914
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