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Strawberry fete at Whyte Bank, Smithfield 1907

SMITHFIELD, November 22.— On Wednesday the Presbyterian Church held a strawberry fete and sale of goods at the residence of Mr. A. Adams, Whyte Bank, Smithfield. The attendance was large. A maypole dance was given by the children, under Mr. H. H. Blackham and graphophone selections by Miss Chesson. The stall holders were:— Fancy and plain goods. Mrs. Hogarth and Miss Phillips: dolls and toys. Misses P. Judd and O. Fradd; strawberries and cream, Mrs. Adams and Miss Bald; sweets, Misses D. Curtis. G. Blake, and I. Moss: cool drinks Messrs. W. Adams and W. Blake; refreshments, Mesdames Judd, Blake, and R. Smith, and Misses Hoole and C Bald: buttonholes and guessing competitions, Sunday school children. A continental was had in the evening, when the Gawler Orchestra gave selections, under the conductorship of Mr. May. Misses Harvey (from Port Adelaide). Mrs. M. G. Smith, Miss B. Harvey, and Mr. Westby also took part in the programme. The proceeds amounted to £30.
The Register Saturday 23 November 1907

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