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SALE IF WORK Nl LEBBiBY PARK.

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SALE IF WORK Nl LEBBiBY PARK. thureh Rons and Foraign Missions. I Yesterday (Thursday) afternoon and even- ing the annual sale of work on behalf of Chareh Boma aad Foreign Missions was held m the grounds of Ledbury Park (by kind permission of Lord Biddftlph). This effort- is prepared for thronghout the autumn and winter months by the ladies working party, which meets once a fortnight at various houses in the town. The various stalls were grouped on the lawn near the Swiss Cottage, and the scene presented was a very animated one during 'the afternoon. Unfortunately rain threatened for sooae time after the opening of the sate, which may have affected the attendance. At I o'clock the Rector (the Rev F W Carnegy) announced that there would be no fernal opening of the sale of work, but he felt he would not be doing bia duty4ouleas he said a word of thanks to Lord and Lady Biddulph ior kindly allowing them to make uae of the beautiful gvoonds for the occasion of the sale. The fact of the sale being held in the grounds would ensure its atiocen. Me also expressed their thanks to Mr Cotton, who had made everything very easy by the help he had given them. The Rector mentioned that there was a protit of £ 30 last year en the sale, and he hoped the result would be as good this year. He drew attention to the bran tab pmrasidecl.Q.Yer by the Masters Taylor, and the Children's Pageant, which had been prepared ander the care of Miss Masefield. He hoped both would be patrenised well. He, thanked all who had sent contributions of any kind and the many who had knotty given of their ljielp. The business of the day was then pro- ceeded with. The stall holders were as follows :— Tea ltall-Hr. Uarnegy, assisted uy lYlrs OFR Strickland, Mrs C Wilks, Mrs W N Powell, Rrg F W Taylor, Mrs A J Chadd, Misses Bickham, Maddison, Wilks, Chadd, D Chadd, Ivy Chadd, Mary Barnham, Stallard, Meredith, Forman, Morgan, Parry, Soalue and S Smith. Plain Needlework Stall-Mrs Masefield and Mrs B Chadd, assisted by Mra Hunt, Ml's Jeffries anel Miss Roscoe. Fancy Needlework -MimsetR Surith (3), assisted by Mrs Guy Strickland, Miss Rayner, Misa Hartland and Miss Tripp. Pottery Itt-ill-Mrs S H Bickham, assisted by Mrs Miles, Mrs Tainton, and Miss Withe- ford. G.F.S. Stall—Miss Florrie Webb, assisted by Misses Barnham, Underwood and Haines. Produce—Miss Martin (Linden House), assis- ted by Mrs Croft and the Misses Croft. Cake Stall-Mra R G Gurney. lees-M,vs and the Misses Paul. Bran Tub—Masters Taylor. Air-Rifie Range-Rev OFR Strickland and Mr Guy Strickland. There were two performances of the Mis- sionary Pageant at 5-15 aud 6-30. The Pageant was arranged by Miss Masefield, and amongst the children takiug part in it were the following S.P.G.—S. Kate Underwood, P. Lily Jones, G. DAisy Lloyd. England.-Ethel Cox, Jessie Preece, Gertie Jessett. Colonies—Nellie Lancett, Florrie Pritchard, Charlie Ranford, Fred Tainton, Baattie Wil- liams, Dorothy Roberts, Charlie Davis, Harold Dwis, Sidney Price, Vernon Henley. China-Alice Davis, Gladys Warburton, Cissie Pitt. Japan—Edna Gurney, Edith Webb, May Ranford. Africa-Margaret Dance, Phyllis Davis, Lily Drew. India-Flonie EvAns. May Lewis, Elsie Rea. Greenland.—Nellie Williams, Florrie Prince, Violet Orchard.

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