The 63rd anniversary of the Wigton Primitive Methodist  Chapel, which was celebrated during this past week was marked by a visit from  the Rev. Wm.YOUNGER, Newcastle-on-Tyne, who addressed large gatherings on  Thursday. He spoke in the afternoon, and afterwards a public tea was served by:  -


Mrs. PARR


Mrs. J. SCOTT


Mrs. JACKSON


Mrs. BROUGH, William Street


Mrs. MATTINSON


Miss. VARTY


Mrs. J. DIXON, George Street


Mrs. W. DIXON, Stampery


Mrs. W. PARR


Miss. PATTERSON


Mrs. THOMPSON


Mrs. J. HOLLIDAY


Mrs. JOHNSTON


Mrs. HARRIS


Miss. BARNES


Miss. Mary PARR.


In the evening the Rev. W. YOUNGER delivered his  popular lecture, “What changes a young fellow into a great man.” The chair was  taken by Mr. J. W.
CROOKES, Wigton, and on the platform also were Rev. F. T.  WILCOX, Vicar of Wigton,
Rev. C. L. STOWE, circuit minister, Rev. C. BOOTH,  Congregational Minister, and Mr. J. SINTON, Salvation  Mission.


Mrs. MATTINSON accompanied the singing, and at the  close of an enjoyable lecture the Rev. C. L. STOWE voiced thanks to all who had  helped.