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LLANGELER MISER.

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SWANSEA MASONRY WHIST DRIVE AT THE ALBERT HALL. LIST OF THOSE PRESENT: THE DRESSES. (By OUT Lady Reporter, "Con.") The Masonic fraternity f)f the TaJibot. Lodge (No. 1,323) held their annual whist drive and dance on Tuesday night in the Al- bert Hall, Swansea, and in numbers and oor- diality this year's function quire outrivaled all previous effort*. The large liall had been made cosaly has- pita^Je by Messrs. Ben Evans and Co., with brilliant muslins and drapdngs and a profu- ?:*>n of gTee»i*ercy. Altogether an extremely ^njoyw-blo evening was spent by the jarge number present, whlOb. totalled over 229 • ladies and gentleanen, the latter being aill of the Order, no outsidear being admitted- Very dainty souvenir programme* were soppJi,pd, decorated with the Masonsc regatiia. The first poirt of the evening was demoted to whist playing, of which twenty gaanes were played, and later a dance was held until the oae"ly hours. Mr. and Mrs. Fitt :11gain abtme as suocess- nIl! caterers, and the buffet was repJetR with choice things, whale the sapper meaju in the Minor Hail inctluded quite royal dishes- Mx. I1 red Turner's band supplied tihe excellent music. Those responsible f^ar the arrangemewts "were The Worshipful Master Da^d who was present with his wife; Bros. W. W. Hainies, S. J. Et. HeLier Twy, H. A. Ellis, T. Carey Griffiths, J. L- Thomas, J. Bangham (secretary). It was not possible to take iKxt^ of many of the gowns, the oruah was 90 great, but the ones I managed to get a glimpse of (writes "Cora") included those warn by— The Mayoress, Mrs. Lee, fashioned in bla-ck silk, smartly adorned with bllack se- | quins, with black" v el v at silver sequin and white aigrette hair ornament. Miss Lee was gowned in rose pink silk. banded with velvet in darken- .shade. the white net vest trimmed with silver sequin, and salver tisswe roses in her coiffure. Mrs. Rouse wore bliaclv obiffon over black glace, sdntiHating with black seqtfflis- Mrs. Presswell was also attired in black silk, trimaned with creaan La-ae and black velfvet. Miss Holmes was tastefully ,#>gowned in champagne silk, inlet with sow laces and otherwise trimmed with rudhings of the ma- terial. Miss M. Brader (Bryu-road) was aittired in a gown of palest grey silk voile with Mal- tese Iaoe bertha drawing, and of, moss-groen velvet. Mrs. William Harris was attired in pale bible, tnirmned with Brussels bertha, and having vest a.nd sleeves of white net. Mrs. Da\-id j)avi«s was toiletted in lieiio- trope eolienoe, the white vest and sleeves defined with velvet and floral embroidery. Miss Kate Walters' (Bryn-road) toilette I was of civ>am salk, daintily insert with reai Maltese laces, and softened with chiffon. Mrs. Bevan (Gwydr-gardens) was gowned m Oriental satin, trimmed plentifully with llace. Miss Mary Da.vies wore a graceful gown of black, with white vest and sLeeves. Mrs. Tuniwidge's gown was of black spot- ted net over giace, with sdrvear sequin om&- ment. Mrs. Serle was gowned m black, with white lace introduotioins. Miss M. Harvey (Sketty) wore a toilette of cream satin Oriental with da.mty pouf sleeves of net. Mrs. Lewifi Rogers was attired in Mack aretpo de cfoirbo, with bretolles of black jet and infcncxkictions of wfutê. Miss Mason was gowned in a high-waited gown of white silk, with chiffon and sequin enrichment and pipings of pink. Miss — Mason was attired in white eoli- enne, 'with silver and pale bine introductions. M iss Ha Ideal wore a gown of white eolaeiHie defined on the coa-sage with turquoise velvet bandings, and having a Brussels laoe bertha- Miss M. Halden wore a gown of white sSk, .trimmed witlJ .fine laoes,. Mrs. Alafisieter was weajing » rofce of black sequirroed ne*t over yelioW; "witJi gold tassels in her hair. Miss Alabaster's gown was of cerise silk, with srilver and gold sequin a.nd velvet trim- mar.gs, and silkier tasads trimming the COÏof- fuTe. Mrs. Nicholas (Brynyrocur-road) wore a gown of gray with silk tare bertha- Miss Trehome wore white aream lace draping and touches of moss green- Miss BaiHie was gowned in heliotsrorpe silk, embrcadeaied witii silver. Miss M. Baallio wore paJe blue silk, the lace threaded with pale blue ribbons a.nd trimmed with silver tassels. MTS. Rajggart was gowned in black, re- lieved with white. Mrs. Cbeeidiam wore black silfe, adorned with black sequins and pink roses- Mrs. D. Buxnie wore cream eohenne, draped with cream lace and trsnaned with gold tissue flowers. Miss Roberts, of Chester, was vesy taste- fully gowned in wbite silk. Mrs. L. P. Cowaa-d wore a handsome toi- lette of white liberty satin and Lace. Mrs. Thomas (Bryn-road) was toiletted in green velvet, relieved with lace. Mrs. E. M. Lloyd (Island House) was be- comingly attired in black. Mrs. Albert Jenkins wore a dainty creation of pale pink silk Mrs. David James looted well m pink silk, trimmed with ivory lace. Mrs. George James chose a smart toilette of brown. Mrs. Lyons wore a handsome robe of floral rik. enriched with lace. Mre. Jacobs came in a ta3eite of winte liberty silk, handsomely triirsned- Mns. Goodirum (Neath) wore a becoming I. gown of black, with dainty white ohafloin t.ucker. Mrs. Davies (Boro' Ston-es) aJso wore a very smart and becoming toilette; as also did MIS. Stanley Harvey, erf w ül.t.e lroerty satin, trimmed with filet lace and softened with alutlon. Mrs. DiU was very gracefully tmletted in creamy-tisted siik, with laoe ennchxoente. Fifteen stewards were appointed in ad- ditioa to the committee, oonsifitong of the Wor. Master i.Air. David Dill), the secre- tary (Mi-. •! liaaigham), MI. W, W. Holmes, Mr. J. St. Helicr Tw?»fy, Mr. T. Carey Griffitlis, Mr. H- A. Kills, a;ul Mr. J. E. Thomas. w-^XTfT LIST OF THOSE PRh^LN 1. The attendance number over æo., in- cluding His Worship the Mayor and Mayoress, and Deputy Mayoress, Mr. and Mrs. D. Dill, Mr. and Mrs J. W., Rich ards, Mr. and Mrs. W. Sunnis, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bevan, Mr. and Mrs. D. Thomas. Mr. and Mn. W. F. George, Mr. and )1TS. H L. Alabaster and Miss Aiabaeter, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nash (Neath), Mr. and Mrs. W. Jajnes,, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ward, »n<i^Mre. H. B. Ganz, Mr. and Mrs D- Davieg (fioro Stores), Mr. and Mrs. W. Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Benson, Mr. a.nd Mns. Wm. Bowcn, Mr. and Mis. T. Oakley. Walters. Mr. and Mre. Rowland G. Reo. Mr. and Mrs. W. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Aus- tin, Mr. and Mrs- W. A. House; Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. a.nd Mrs. C. F. Pres»well, Mt. and Mxs. H. B. Whitting- ton. Mr. a,n.1 Mrs. Councilor Dan Jamew. Alderman E. O- Prothewe, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bevan, ^r and Mrs. Wi^d Phalps. Mt. and Mrs. W«<on, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Davies (Momston), Ma-. and MT-. W. H. Pank, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Jon^ an--1 MT-s. Rag^gatt. Mr. a.nd Mre. J. E. Thorns. Mr. aJ1(! Mrx. Ja«. Mofynenx. Mt and Mrs. T. W. Thorns. Mr. and Mrs. A. Whittaker, Ms. and Mrs. E. LI. Davies, My. and Mrs. W. Rosiser, Mr. an:1 Mrs. Goodman (Neath), Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Geen, Mt. and Mrs. F. E. Edder- i'aaw. Mt. and Mrs. W. E. Gaunt,left,. Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown. Mr ;>d Mrs. A. J. Mjrifls. Mr and Mrs. F. V. Har- rison. Mr and Mrs. J. ff. Brader. Mr. and Mrs. W A. BavHs. Mr. and Mts. ChM. Davids. \1fT. ;>.T).<-1 L P. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Joeaah But-W. Mr. and Vrc. Iftaac Gale. Mr. and Vrs. W. W. Holmes, Mt. and M.S. WilHams. Mr nnd Mrs. M. Ja?ob. Mr. and Mts. L. R. Rogers, Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Soden. Mr. and Mrs. Jenkirhs. Mt. and Mrs. Harold Mills, Mr. and Mts. A. Lyons, Mr. and Mre. W. Carwi, Miss C. Kemp, Miss Wil- liams, Miss D. Bassm, N5M Jooes, the

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