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- Edition: Wednesday, March 23, 1932 Wednesday, March 23, 1932
On Sunday the anniversary services were held, the Rev. W. WALTON being
the preacher. His subject in the morning was "The Ships that Never Land," and
in the evening "The vision of need." The soloists were Miss. H. WILSON and
Miss. I. FAWCETT, and the organist was Mr. W. J. GOODE.
The Guides, Scouts and Rovers attended the morning service, and helped
to form a fine congregation of young people. The afternoon service was mostly
by children, recitations being given by:
Mary BYRNES. while:
Margaret CALLOW sang.
The Rev. W. WALTON gave a fine children's address. Miss. H. WILSON was
the pianist, and Miss. WEAR presided.
On Monday a lecture, "Stories about Lax of Poplar," was given by the
Rev. W. WALTON, and Miss. E. P. MANDALE, of Workington presided. The soloist was
Mr. B. MORGAN, of Workington, and Mr. GOODE was the organist. Supper was
served to a large number in the Schoolroom. The proceeds of the festival were
allocated to the Church Trust Fund.