SALE OF WORK
Yesterday afternoon and evening th» f.-ite of -work in aid of Roslyn Church of Christ building fund was continued, and satirfactory business was done. The competition* reunited s—Sweets—Mrs Bode 1, Miss J. Thompson 2. Scon«—Mies Dor» Brown 1, Mrs Lcishman 2. Pikelets— Mka E. Kirkby 1, Miss D. Brown 2. Sponge sandwich (plain)—Mies Winnie Stoke* 1, Mrs Peddie 2. Sponge sandwich (decorated) —Mies M. Alexander 1, Miw €". Snndstrum 2. Oat cakes—Mrs Lesdunaa 1. Shortbread—Miss Gparrow 1, Misa I* Morton 2. Dressed doll—Miss Carey 1. Misses M. Abura and M'Cullinper (equal) 2. Dovlev—Mrs B. Brown 1. Trardoth— Mies Ada Maekeray 1. Hat-trimming gentlemen)—Fiiet section, Mr- Alexander Rods i second section, Mr W. E. Powell j third section, Mr C. F. STindstrum. Niaildriving (ladiea)—Firat section, Mies Jeaoit Shanks 1, Micses Effie Mitchell and Hilda F.vatis (equal) 2 ; second section, Mrs Christcntien 1, Mrs 11. Brown, jun., 2. Caeidlo. liehtinp—Miss Eva Young 1, Mr W. H» M'JLenzi© 2. ,j-
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SALE OF WORK, Evening Star, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914
SALE OF WORK Evening Star, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914
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