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- Edition: Wednesday, March 23, 1932 Wednesday, March 23, 1932
On the invitation of Mr. J. G. HARTLEY, Wigton, Mr. J. ULLART and Mr. K.
TODD, of Carlisle, visited the Nelson School Physical training class on
Wednesday night when there was a good attendance, and gave an excellent
demonstration of hand balancing, head-springs, and various other clever stunts, which
thrilled the audience. Mr. Nelson HEWITSON, Physical Training Instructor,
proposed a vote of thanks on behalf of the Wigton Class. Afterwards they were
entertained to supper at Mr. J. G. HARTLEY's home.
SEATON WHIST DRIVE.
Welcomed by the president, Mr. James OSBORNE, the members of the
Workington and District Grocer's Association and friends, numbering fifty-six, had
an enjoyable Whist Drive in the British Legion Hall, on Thursday night. Mr.
Sam CROSS and Mr. T. B. LINDSAY were M.C.'s and the prizes were distributed by
Mrs. Jos. PARKER, Workington, to the following winners:
1. Mrs. Geo. SEWELL, Seaton
2. Mrs. John McVENNON, Low Seaton
3. Mrs. HEATHCOTE, Workington
Consolation, Mrs. WILLIAMSON, High Seaton.
1. Mr. Thomas A. ROBINSON
2. Mr. Wm. Sandwith, Workington
3. Mr. Geo. SMART, Workington
Consolation, Mr. W. P. HODGSON, Derwent View.
Mr. LINDSAY moved a comprehensive vote of thanks. Miss. E. IRVING catered
CROSBY WHIST DRIVE.
A Whist drive, promoted by the committee of the Crosby Working Men's
Reading Rooms, was held on Friday evening in aid of the piano fund. It was well
patronised, and prizes were given by Messrs. J. DAVIDSON, T. PENRICE, T.
THOMLINSON, and Mrs. HARRINGTON. Mr. Ed RODEN was the M. C. The prizes were won
1. Mrs. A. ROONEY
2. Mrs. R. HARRINGTON
3. Mrs. T. IRVING
Consolation, Miss. PENRICE, Crosby.
1. Mr. W. IRVING, Bullgil
2. Mr. J. FEARON, Crosby Villa
3. Mr. John JOHNSTONE
Consolation: Mr. J. COOPER, Crosby.
Door keeper, Mr. Jack BLAND