A largely attended meeting of trades people, shop assistants, and
professional people was held at the Waverley Café on Thursday night, to
proposal to make a special effort on behalf of the Keswick Town Publicity
Association, which is in debt.
Mr. G. W. BAWDEN, Vice-chairman of the Association, presided, and it was
decided to hold a monster whist drive and carnival ball at an early date,
consider other events later.
Mr. Harold USHER was elected chairman of the committee or organise the
event. Messrs. R. DENNISON and F. McCADE secretaries, and Messrs. E.
Miss. Mary M. WILSON, Miss. MILBURN, Miss. ROBERTSHAW, Messrs. C. FORSYTH,
WOOD and R. HOLMES, the Executive Committee.
The Underskiddaw Women’s Institute held its monthly meeting on Tuesday
evening, the president, Mrs. W. SPEDDING, Windebrowe, presiding over a
Mr. A. W. RUMNEY, the novelist, gave a lecture on his travels from Jericho
to the Dead Sea, illustrated with lantern slides. He was warmly thanked.
new members were enrolled, bringing up the number to 70.
A number of canvas slippers have been made for school children, and will be
sent to the County Education Office, Carlisle. A choir has been formed,
Mrs. WAKEFIELD as conductor, with the object of competing at the Carlisle
A cookery class is being held in the Millbeck Reading Room, and a number of
members have joined. In the competition for the best Christmas present,
material to not cost more than 1/-, Mrs. GREEN was the winner with a pair
The supper hostesses were Mrs. CLARK, Miss. BRUNSKILL, Miss. COATUP and
GLASGOW YOUTHS REMANDED.
At a special meeting of the Keswick Police Court on Monday - before Mr. T.
W. TOWNLEY - two youths, George DIVINE (16), and Josepg BELL (17), both of
King Street, Glasgow, were charged with breaking into the house of Mr. Fred
GREENWOOD, 1 Park Holme, Keswick, last week.
P. C. BUTTERWORTH spoke to receiving the prisoners into custody from the
Kendal borough Police. Prisoners were remanded until Friday week.
BRAITHWAITE DEBATING SOCIETY.
The Braithwaite Debating Society met in the Braithwaite Schoolroom on
night. The speaker, the Rev. W. R. BURNETT, presided. The debate was
on the subject “Modernism,” Mr. C. A. LINLEY opened the discussion and was
seconded by the Rev. W. R. BURNETT.
Mr. W. G. RICHARDSON, Mr. WORSLEY and Mr. W. WILSON spoke for modernism
<r. S. SHEPHERD against it. A vote taken at the close of the discussion
showed a large number in favour of retaining “Modernism.”
KESWICK ST. JOHN’S ARMISTICE SUNDAY.
At Keswick St. John’s Church on Sunday, the Armistace celebration was held,
and was attended by the ex-servicemen under Lieut. H. T. PAPE, Keswick
Detachment of the 4th Battalion the Border Regiment, under Sergt. MILLS,
Troop of Boy Scouts, Keswick Girl Guides, members of the Keswick Council,
the Women’s section of the British Legion, and St. John’s Nursing
The vicar, the Rev. C. H. LEWIN, preached. The collection was in aid of
CROSTHWAITE MEN’S GUILD.
The Crosthwaite Men’s Guild met on Sunday afternoon, when Mr. C. W. KAYE,
A., spoke on “Christianity, a philosophy or religion.” Mr. D. REES sang, “
Threlkeld play Templesowerby in the Penrith and District League at
on Saturday. The team will consist of:
J. S. STUART
KESWICK WESLEY GUILD.
Keswick Wesley Guild met on Tuesday, when Mr. T. F. EMERSON, Wearmouth,
Durham, gave a lecture on “David Livingstone, missionary and explorer,” and
dealt in an interesting way with his life and work.
Mr. J. W. LUPTON presided. The lanternist was Mr. Alan WHITTLE. The
was thanked on the motion of Mr. LUPTON.