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THEIR WOMEN-FOLK

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THEIR WOMEN-FOLK | MOTHERS AND WlVESf OF FIGHTERS. ¡ SWANSEA TIPPERARY CLUB ANNUAL." in connection with the" Tipperary Club" (under the supervision of the Rev. and Mrs. Watkhi WiHi?ms and held at the Centjgl Hal!, 8'wan?ea) a very enjoy.tNe Chn?tnS5 tea Mid prize distribution took place on Thursday afternoon for the boneiit of thf wives of om' brave sailors and -oldier, who meet da.y Efter day' at the club for frif'-ndYI\ t b t y (intercourse and mutual help. During th? reason a great deal of interest has been centred in the preparation ot competitions in domestic subjects. I The National Anthem was sung, and Mrs. Watkin Williams said letters of apology had been recei, 'd from Lady Lyons, Lady and General Hills-Johnee, Colonel and Mrs. J-' R. Wright, Lady Llewelyn, Miss Yivia';i»! Miss Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Eden, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eden, and others. In the absence of Lady Lyons, who was' '1\ uciable to fulfil her engagement, Mvs. Morgan! B. Williams presided, and Mr. Joseph I-Ial (who had also given many of the prizes) die-I tributed them. For competition in singing, "Till the Boya Come Home," there were a dozen entries.) Mrs. Jones won the first pr lze, Lewi* second, and Mrs. Morgan the third. At the outset the "Chairman introduced! Miss Faithful (organising secretary of thot League. London). who a ddressed the wives a behalf of Lady Jeiiicce and Lnly French ». ("DO take mu? iat?rest in the Tipper?y t. .Ctubs). ??.??. f 1 The speaker said it afforded her yery; freat pleasure to hear of the excellent worki being done in connection with the club. Out of 124 clubs in the United Kingdom she had, I visited 118, and she could testify to the boont they had proved. She was in entire sjm-j pathy with the competition?, and in addition' to their prizes she would have pleasure in j forwarding the suocessful competitors League certificates. The object of the clubs was to make better homes and wives, and the moral simple the club the better, to her mind. Mr. Joseph Hall then proceeded to distri-li bute the prices, and had a cheery smile and remarks for all the winners. i Mrs. Horspool having adjudged the I most comfortably-dressed baby, prizea were awarded :-lst. Mrs. Edwards: 2nd, ) Mrs. Lewis. For cooking, Mrs. Davies and Mrs. Westbury were awarded 1st and | 2nd prizA. For the best article made j from material costing not more than 6d. Mrs. Westbury was successful. For best; darned stockings Mrs. Morgan was awarded 1st prize; Mrs. Lewis, 2nd, and Mrs. Powell 3rd. For the best converted garment Mrs. Pugh was the winner. Mrs. Watkin Williams moved a vote of j thanks to Mr. Joseph Hail for Ins gener- I osity and for distributing the prizes, i which wa.s seconded by Miss Llewelyn. Rev. W. Williams moved than ?s Mrs. M. B. Williams for presiding, which! was seconded by Mrs. Dan Jones. After the singing of the Doxology an appetising tea was partaken of by about 400 women, and in the evening an enjoy- able concert was given at the Central Hall.

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