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rFRODSHAyI PARISH REGISTERS

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FRODSHAM. CONVERSAZIONE.—In connection with the Iron Church choir, the annual conversa- zioniJ was held in tho Girls' School, Church- etroet, on January t, when upwards of 100 attended. The secretarial duties were in the hands cf Mr. Thomas Yould, the Iron Church organist. Mr. W. A. Lewis was a popular M.C. During the evening Messrs. R. Rodders, T. Illidge, and N. Austin entertained the com- pany. TRINITY MEN'S BIBLE CLASS.-On Now Year's Day the annual tea meeting of the members of the Trinity Men's Bible Class was held in the Lecture Hall. Subsequently an excellent miscellaneous entertainment was given. The special artists en-gaged were: :vliss Bessie Williams (soprano), of the Birken- head Gitana Ladies' Choir; Miss Pattie Mav Roberta (contralto), of the Liverpool and Man- chester concerts; Mr. Norman Eva.ns ft.mir-.rl of the Liverpool Cymric Vocal Union; and Mr. Merrion Jones (baritone), of Liverpool and Prcvinoal concerts. In addition to very ap- preciative items from such a good array cf talent, the bioscope scenes by Mr. A. Littler, a loca1 artist, were nfuioh enjoyed. Mr. J. Thornton acted as aooompanist. CHOIR SUPPER.-On Tuesday the Vicar (the Rev. II. B. Blogg. M.A.) entertained the adult members of tho Frodsham Parish, Iron, and Bridge Mission Church choirs at the annual supper. The attendance included, in addition to the Vicar, the Revs. R. L. Mann and F. B. CorfieJd (curates), Mesers. C. II. Hibbcrtt L.L.C.M., P. Jones and T. Youd, org-anists, and nearly 30 choir members. After supper the Vicar thanked the throe choirs for their con- tinued and greatly appreciated services on be- half of himself, their church, and their great, Master. He was pleased to notioo a continu- ance of such a loyal and harmonious fee lino- existing between tho several choirs, and he sug- gested a service m the pa.rish church on Ascen- siontide evening with the amalgamated choirs. Ho wished them all a happy and prosperous new year, and hoped they would all meet again under such happy auspices next year. The re- maining portion of the evening- was pleasantly spent in dancing, etc.

" . ELLESMERE PORT & WHITBY

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