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Y.W.C.A.

Last evening at the above Hall tha usual order of things was changed, the young ladies who board at the association rooms, contrary to usual custom, partaking of tea with the Strangers, or Naumai Club. Miss Martin, one of the boarders, who has officiated at the piano for the club for some time, is leaving the city, as is also Miss Violet Paterson, who has been associated as a helpful worker with the club for some years. These two young ladies were the guests of honor for the evening, and were feelingly farewelled in various speeches from the goodly number of girls gathered round tha table. Following tea, a good "sing song " was indulged in, and Miss Griffm read the 91st Psalm, giving the 11th ver<se —" For He shall give His angels charge over thee to keep thee in all thy ways." Special emphasis was laid on this as a message for the departing ones, and it was pointed out how one could be guarded against the " stones of misfortune " so as to bo the better for such thuuzs.

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Y.W.C.A., Evening Star, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914

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Y.W.C.A. Evening Star, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914

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