PUAHA SUNDAY SCHOOL.
On Sunday tbe scholars attending the Puahft Sunday school were presented with tbeir prizes by the Rev. B. G, Fox. The following were the prize winners:— Class I.—Arthur Patten, Mona I Humphries; George Humpries, Grace I Rusßell. 1 Cla?3 2—Linda -vVatkins, Natalie 1 Chapman, Evan Watkine, Irene ;Nor--1 rie. '
Class 8 —Valmai Beynolds, Boy Hussef, Oswald Watkins. After the prize distribution, Mr Fox who is leaving Little .River to take up missionary work at tbe Chatham?, was presented with a fountain pen by tbe teachers of the Sunday School.
A pleapant little gathering was held io tbe Puaba school on Tuesday afternoon when the teaobers and fcbolars met to bid good bye to the Rev B. G. Fox who is leaving the district.
After afternoon tea bad been dis pensed with, Arthur Patten, on behalf of those assembled, presented Mr Fox with a handsome travelling clock.
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PUAHA SUNDAY SCHOOL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3456, 4 May 1915
PUAHA SUNDAY SCHOOL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3456, 4 May 1915
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