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- Edition: Wednesday, March 23, 1932 Wednesday, March 23, 1932
ST. BEES BRITISH LEGION.
On Friday evening the members held a domino competition for which there
were 34 entries. Result: 1. Mr. W. NORMAN; 2. Mr. H. LOGAN
Seaton and District learned with regret of the death of Mrs. Jos.
FAWKES, Witch Close, which took place on Sunday at Carlisle Infirmary. The deceased
young woman was of a cheerful disposition and had many friends in the
village. Much sympathy is felt for the husband, parents and brothers in their
bereavement. The interment takes place to-day, Wednesday at Hensingham.
SILLOTH WESLEY GUILD.
There was a large attendance at a Guild festival held in the Wesleyan
Church on Friday evening, when a dramatic expository lecture, entitled "The
world's best story," was given by the Rev. Will SHAWKINS, Carlisle. The Rev. G.
H. PICKERING, Silloth, presided. Mr. SHAWKINS received a cordial vote of
thanks at the close. A collection was taken for the Guild funds. Afterwards about
90 sat down to supper in the school-room.
COCKERMOUTH ST. JOSEPH'S EFFORT.
On behalf of the funds of St. Joseph's R. C. Church, Cockermouth, a
successful drive and dance was held on Friday night, when 94 played whist and 85
attended the dance. Miss. MOONEY graciously presented the whist prizes to:
1. Mrs. BECK
2. Mrs. EDWARDS
3. Mrs. ---, Workington
1. J. REID
2. G. POTTS
3. S. PEARSON
At the dance a spot waltz competition was won by Miss. Muriel PLASKETT and
Mr. Neil McDOWELL. M. C.s and other officials were:
W. MORRIS, sen.
W. MORRIS, jun.