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SOCIETY OF ARTS AND CRAFTS
There was* a large gathering of members Of* the, Sooloty~of JVr(ts and Crafts at the Blue Tearooms.'RowerStreet, on Monday, when a social ' evening was arranged by the com- mittee. - i Presentations were made to Miss
J. sNewman, the rot,Irln,g secretary, in re- cognition of her 14 yoars of serVlce; to Miss G Allen, .who has resigned her position as treasurer in order to travel abroad; to Miss Simpson, wbo recently.left after three years' service as assistant secretary; and to Mrs. H..G. Hedley, who Is also going abroad. In each "case eulogistic references were made to the way In which each of the- guests of honour had carried our her respective
Miss F. Sulman presided, and during the evening .gave an Interesting account of her trip round-the world, illustrated by photo- graphs and examples' of craftwork collected abroad. Among those present were Miss- M Innes, Miss H. Ci. Hirst, Miss B. Allen. Miss J. Booth, ,-Mläs 'J. ',-Haclccnzlo, Mrs. B. M. Phillips, Miss M. Bnmburgor, Miss M. Creed,, Miss Ada Carle\y, Miss D. Dowst, Miss L Whitney, Miss 'E. G.* Eedy, Miss ROBIIIIP Wilson. Miss'.E. M. Young, Miss Friend,,Mrs. A. L. Wallia, Mtos R. Madsen, and Mrs. L.