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AFTER SIX YEARS.

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AFTER SIX YEARS. St. Paul's, Sketty, Hold j Successful Bazaar. I After six years' suspension, owing to the liall being used as a Red Cross Hospi- tal, the St. Paul's Church, Sketiy, annual bazaar and Christmas Tree was held at the Church Hall on Thursday afternoon. The hall was tastefully decora ted, and long before the scheduled time of owning was crowded. The attraction^ included work and fancy stalls, novelty stalls, smoking requisites, two Christmas Trees, bran tuha and all tot-tc, of articles. At Use opening the Vicar (Rev. H. J. Stewart) stated that Rear-Admiral A. W. lleneage, C.B.. M. V .O.. who was sup- posed to open the proceedings, was un- able to attend, and his stead the bazaar would 00 opened by Mrs. C. H. Eden. Mrs. Eden wished the function ev.-ry succevss, and said that this was the first time she had been called upon to do the work of an Admiral. A vote of tliayjks to Mrs. Eden was pro- posed by the Key. Norman Parcell, and seconded by Deputy Chief Constable Roberts, STALL HOLDERS. I The stall-holders wers :— Pound stall: Mrs. Falkord and Mrs. and Miss Dryden. G.F.S. etfll: Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Lloyd, ?nd Mi?s E..Tones. Bran tub: Misses Edna Beynon, :\elliP- I Imith and P. (ror?on. Work 6tall: Mt?s Hannah Davief, Mrs. Davies (L?ndons), and Mrs. John Bevan. Basket stall: Mre. I Cleeves. Vicarage st?U: Mrs. H. J. Stewart, Mrs. R. Hodgens, Mrs. Rosser, Mrs. P. Richards and Mrs. Highani Ladis' sewing 6tall: Mr. Stnal? Mrs. Jones and Miss EUiotr. Men's stall: Mr j Steve Morgan, Mr. J. H. Morgan and Mr. j H. M. Kembery. Electric lottery: Mr j Shinn and M.r. Arthur ^Smith. Cheap ?ack. Mr. Saunders. Tr?3 and Sunday j School stall: Miss Lodge, Miss J. Jones, I and Miss Dorothy Davies, and a number of the Sunday School teachers. Refresh- ment stall: Mrs. Chas. Eden. Mrs. John Glasbrook, Mrs. Byng Morris, and Mis3 1. Thomas. Curiosity stall: Misses Haines, Phillips, Skyrle, and Lamb. j The concert arrangements were in the hands of Miss DorothT Davies. The treasurers of the function were the churchwardens— M&isrs. S. A. Smith and J. lsaa*. •*

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