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.A-ST. MARK S SALE OF WORK.

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.A- ST. MARK S SALE OF WORK. Opening by Mrs. Talbot Rice. "Gweir' writes The Church and Sundav 8cb::c,1 funds of St. Iark s Church, Wauit Wen. Swansea, being in need of help. a two- davs- sale of work was opened on Thursday afternoon, and Mrs. Talbot tace. of Brook- Iands-witB of the Vicar ot b-wansea—re- sponded to the appeal of the VIcar (the Kv. Watkins-Edwards) to perform the opening ceremony at the Parish Hali. T^erf rl very good attendance at three o clock, ien the" ceremony took place, among those pre- nt fceing the Rev. E. D. Henry icura e). Rev. S. Owen. and Miss Owen, Capt. Bate, Mr. Ben. Thomas, and Messrs. Taylor. W. G. Williams, Hopkins, and Llew. Williams. who rendered valuable assistance in the pre- paratory work in connection with the bazaai'. After a hymn had been sung and prayer offered by the Vicar of St. Mark's, the rev. gentleman expressed the pleasure it gave him to welcome amongst them Mrs. Talbot Rice. and then called upon her to open the sale. —Mrs. Rice—who was attired in a soft grey gown, with lace front, and black hat trimmed with white tulle choux-aid she was very glad to be there that afternoon. She had never performed an opening ceremony before, and she was very much honoured in asked to be there—they were educating her how to open a sale of;vork, As the Talbot Rice was at their door 'packing her off in the fly." he said. "I am so glad you are going; there is such good work done at St. Mark s. In concluding her neat little speecii, Mrs. Rice said she had the greatest pleasure in declaring the bazaar open, and trusted that it we tild be a great success. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded with acclamation, on the 'proposition of the Rev. S. (h-en. seconded by Mr. Taylor, and supported by the Rev. Wat- kins-Edwards. The latter gentleman an- nounced that lr John and Lady Llewelyn were both unable to be present, but had sent donation?. as hi"' idso Mrs. Turberville. Mis litid Thomas 1 Sotted her inability to attend. The SftHs. whíc] were well fUrnished with a variety f attractive and nselril wa. were presided hv the following lad\— Fancy tall \1.). Mesdaui^. Howells lien. Thomas..Jenkins. Gib>on. Fan_y. (2), Mesdames Watkinf-Kclwnrds. \\ilhain»t Pickard. and Misses Annie Jenkins, Florrie Hopkins. ind Owen. Sweets: Misses .Ridd and Bate. F!o^. gtall Mioses Cony- and Maggie Jenkins. Fancy stall (3) Mesdames Bate. M>n_m. and Smith, Toys: Misses Kathleen Bate- Tilly Richards. amI Olive Ridd. Refreshment^ Mesdames Hop- kins, Thomas. H< nry. and Engdall. Jumble .-tcdl: Mrs. Talbot, 5h". Gibb. and Misses M. Thofas. Ashlet'ord. and Green. Book*: Mr. T. Harry and Miss Howell..—The sale will be j on Friday, wher t' kviii *•«» it X..

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