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1THE RUSSELL ENDOWED SCHOOL,…

THE NEW iCINEMA NGUSE. I

IBOY SG0UTS" CAMP AT BOSBURY.

ULSTER AND HOME RULE.I

NEWENT. I

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COLWALL CARDEN CLUB.

IROYAL MALVERN VISIT.

I - LITTLE MARCLE. I

ICARDEN FETE AT STRETTON CRANDISON.

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CARDEN FETE AT STRETTON CRANDISON. The beautiful grounds of Homend, the residence of Lady Hopton, of Stretton Grandison were opened yesterday (Thursday) for the purpose of a garden fete for the raising of a fund for the District Nursing Asoocia.tion and for general church expenses. The fete was largely attended, people attending from Ashperton, Canon Froome and the surrounding villages during the after- noon. Glorious weather predominated through- out. On the lawn in front of the House tennis tournaments were in full swing, clock golf. bowling, and cocoanut shies, while "Aunt Sally" resplendent in her robes of rags smilingly bore the onslaughts of the villagers. Fancy stalls were also erected, presided over by girls of the village club, and also a jumble sale was doing a roaring trade. Tables had been laid for tea on the lawn, and mineral waters were plentiful for the thirsty. The sale of work was organised in connection with the Homend Mothers' Union, of which Lady Hopton is President. The work on the stalls reflected the energy and skill which had been, bestowed on its production. A brief but enjoyable concert was given in the- dining hall of the Homend, in the afternoon, and a complete programme of music was rendered. The following is a list of the selections :-Song, school children song. Mrs E Hopton song school children song, Mr Pritchett; humourous songt by six infants (encore) action song, school chil- dren song, Mr Pritchett; recitation, one of the school children song, Mrs E Hopton humorous song, Mr Pritchett. Rev Randle (vicar), and Mr Payne (schoolmaster) accompanied on the piano. After the entertainment tea was partaken of on the lawn. Dancing was also indulged in. Lady Hopton presided over the tea tables as- sisted by the Misses Hopton and Mrs Randle, Mrs Hill, Mrs G Lewis, Mrs Betteridge, and M¡ s- Payne. The jumble sale was in charge of Mrs Dafferne, assisted by Miss Araott. Girls' fancy stall—Miss C Hopton, assisted by the Misses Williams, E Adams, and 0 Aspey. Cocoanut shy and Aunt Sally "—Mr G Deem. Tennis-Mr E Lewis Games-Mr G Lewis. Clock golf—Mr Pudge. BowIing-Mr Hill. The Ashperton Schoolmaster and Mistress sup. plied the dance music for dancing on the lawn in the evening.

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COLWALL NEWS.

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