SALE OF WORK
A sale of work was opened this afternoon in the Trinity Church Schoolroom in aid of the Duncdin Central Mission circuit fund. For some timf* past thfl ladies connected with the mission have beeu working enthusiastically in order to fully equip the various stalls with inviting articles, with the result that the exhibition made to-day is really excellent, and leaves little doubt as to the success of their efforts. There was a good attendance this afternoon, when tha sale wae opened by the Mayor (Mr J. B. Shacklockl, and business -was brisk. The following are the names of those in charge of the stalls : Guild Stall.—Mrs Chirnside and assistants. . , Choir Stall.—Mrs Carter and assistants. . Drapery Stall.—Mrs Slade and assist, ant-s. , ... Produce Stall.—Young Mens Bible Class. Sweets Stall.—Young Women's Bible Class. Flower Stall.—Miss Devansky and Mia Blackett. . Tea Booms. —Mesdames Da-vies, 15am, and assistants. Cake .Stall—Mrs Marett. Christ-mas Tree.—Misses Slade. and Dawson. The sale will be open to-night, when » musical programme will be provided.
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SALE OF WORK, Evening Star, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914
SALE OF WORK Evening Star, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914
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