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i! wi'NsnouiiXK (:ox(;kj-:<:-V----TTONAL. A very fmccessiii I sale *> t work in connection with the Kaven>bonrnc t'ongre,::; tional (.' was held in Die Dinid?’ Hail Vi:.-.! oiilay afternoon anil evening, wlii'ii a- little over Mas (akin. ’) Jso various .stalls, which presented a pleasing anpe.irance, wore presided over l>y the following : Works Hail ; Misdame-. Connor, Frai'Dlehl, Hutton, Poole, and Millkmuer. Fancy work; .liloi-s Andi-mcn :2,i and Connor. Flower stall-. Mi--es Lani.ioh 1 3) and Du* Bible Class girl?, J.oilv tall: Mu -c , Lamaoh ami M all iMiVo-liruenls . iMc.-dames M'Phail. T. HarDdge, jui:.. Olives Main, Hanidge, Hutton 12]. i'i ■ d.c v stall: Mos.-is M'Phad, Connoi , ami Hutton. Hips: MWcs Onnciield, ('onnor. ami Montgomery. ST. AXIIIIEWS, KEXSIXGTON. A salt.' t;f work in aid of the fund; of ill.. Kcr.singlon, Bridgman street, bra nrh of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church v. a . opened this afternoon by the Her. Hr Wiiibii 11. Tim silo eompri-es a. vn; i-i collect ion of useful ami ornamental nrDeles. and is in charge of a, hand of cu-thusia-lm bdv worker?, on cmvgri.ic cffoi-i - w;*i doubt le*-s inner, ib» suc-ee-s th-y deserve To-nigH, the sale will he open from 7.50. Following u a lip, ~f (he : tails and st-ill-boldm : Plant Sew,ip; Stall. Merdanif ? 'Bain ami Patterson. Cam y Stall, -Mesdame- WiuiTieid and Produi " >tall.~ -Mesdame,. .MTa nmui and Bowie?, Mi?? Malliewson. Sweets Stall.—.Mrs Lambert and assistant ■. Flower Stall. Mrs Cairns and assistant -. Tea. TCi iiii.—MeMhitmu dank and White. F'-li Pond. - Member* of Junior KmF,i-

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SALES OF WORK, Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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SALES OF WORK Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914