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DUNDRAW'S BIRTHDAY

   At the celebration of the seventh birthday of this  Institute, 25 members
of the Rosley W. I. were the guests of the evening, and  Mr. G. SCOTT,
Wigton, was the lecturer. Mrs. DIXON occupied the chair, and after  extending a
hearty welcome to the visitors, introduced Mr. SCOTT, who delighted  the company
with his illuminating talk on Tennyson's dialect verse and gave  extracts from
his lesser-known works. Mr. SCOTT was thanked, on the motion of  Mrs. KEY,
seconded by Mrs. BALFOUR.

   Co-operative supper was served by Mrs. STORY, Mrs.  GLENCROSS, Mrs.
TURNER and Misses BALFOUR and BEATY, during the course of which  Miss. DIXON voiced
the appreciation of her fellow members  to the officials  and committee for
the beautiful cake they had given. The cake, which bore seven  candles was made
by Mrs. GLENCROSS.

   Games and competitions followed. The "Household  Competition" was won by
Mrs. FENWICK, Rosley, and Mrs. WILSON, Dundraw, and the  guessing competition
by Miss. OSBORNE, Rosley, and Miss. WILLIS, Dundraw. The  winners of the
"Musivcal Mat" were Miss. HODGSON and Miss. DIXON. Mrs. MIDDLETON  was successful
in the monthly competition for the best dyed pasche egg. These  were judged by
Mrs. SCOTT and Mrs. OSBORNE. Prizes were given by Mrs.  HARRINGTON, Mrs.
NORMAN, Mrs. ASHBRIDGE, Miss. DIXON, MIss. WOOD, Miss. MARRS,  and Miss. STYTHE.

   On behalf of the Rosley members, Mrs. OSBORNE  thanked the Dundraw
members for the very pleasant evening, and this was seconded  by Mrs. COULTHARD.