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DISTINGTON WESLEYAN
SUNDAY SCHOOL.
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 The anniversary services in connection with the Distington Wesleyan Sunday School were held on Sunday and Thursday. The congregations on Sunday were large. The Rev. G. MILLS of Cleator Moor, preached both afternoon and night. Mr. BLAKLEY presided at the organ, and special hymns were sung. The children also gave recitations. A collection was taken to defray the expenses.
 
 On Thursday a public tea was held, to which a large number sat down. The tables were presided over by: -
 
Misses:
 
M. HALL
 
C. HALL
 
BELL
 
E. WILSON
 
LACE
 
OWEN, and Mrs.:
 
MILLING
 
T. TAYLOR, looking after the boiling of the water.
 
 The following sent contributions: -
 
Mesdames:
 
A. ROBINSON
 
R. HALL
 
J. H. WILLIAMSON
 
TAYLOR
 
ROACH
 
MARCHALL
 
JONES
 
M. BELL
 
Mr. N. RUSSELL
 
Mrs. MILLING
 
Mr. J. WILSON, and others.
 
 After tea was over a public meeting was held in the chapel, Mr. Robert ROACH presiding and he was supported by the Rev. J. H. CARTWRIGHT. The Chairman and the Rev. J. H. CARTWRIGHT addressed the congregation. An excellent programme was gone creditably through, which spoke volumes for the teachers, theose contributing to the same including: -
 
A. WILLIAMSON
 
Millie WILLIAMSON
 
Martha LACE
 
Harold LITTLE
 
Beatrice WILLIAMSON
 
Tom LOWES
 
Flors JOHNSTON
 
Annie TAYLOR
 
Mrs. BLAKEY
 
Miss. LACE
 
Harry TAYLOR
 
Nellie RUSSELL
 
Eliza MOSSOP
 
Alice WILLIAMSON
 
Edith WISLON
 
Mr. R. MILLING
 
E. MCLEAN
 
Mary LINTON
 
Harry MOSSOP
 
Etta WILKINSON
 
Maud WILLIAMSON.
 
 Mr. BLACKEY again presided at the organ. A collection was taken for the Sunday School funds. A comprehensive vote of thanks was passed to all who had helped to make the anniversary a success. The Sunday School trip is to be to Croasdale.