Art sets tongues wag­ging

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

THE Biggen­den QCWA branch has com­bined its re­cent com­pe­ti­tion day with a fun morn­ing out.

Pres­i­dent Ju­lia Young said ev­ery­one had a won­der­ful morn­ing.

“It was pleas­ing to see the num­ber of en­tries in the cook­ery, pre­serves, flo­ral art, dress­mak­ing and knit­ting and cro­chet,” she said.

“Win­ners in some of the classes can now go on to the di­vi­sional judg­ing to be held at Mary­bor­ough.”

Mar­garet Strad­mann won the dec­o­rated-hat com­pe­ti­tion.

And in flo­ral art, her cen­tre­piece of a bird of par­adise de­pict­ing the lyrics, May the bird of par­adise fly up your nose and an ele­phant ca­ress you with his toes, drew com­ments.

PHO­TOS: ERICA MURREE

EASTER JOY: Veron­ica Jensen shares a laugh with Mar­garet Strad­mann, who is wear­ing her win­ning Easter hat. Mrs Strad­mann’s imag­i­na­tive flo­ral art en­try was also popular.

Wyn­some Wendt and Jean Tinck­nell.

Ju­lia Young and Michelle Radel.

Muriel Scholl con­cen­trates to com­plete one of the com­pe­ti­tions.

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