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PRESBYTERIAN BIBLE CLASS SOCIAL.

On Thursday last a pleasent social was held in 'the Akaroa Boating Club social room, Akaroa when the members of the- Girls' Bible Class entertained their friends. , There was a good attendance and the evening was spent in playing games with musical items interspersed beThe Rev. J. W-' Hayward opened the social with prayer after Miss M. Pool had played an opening hymn. At the conclusion of the social Mr T.. Lewitt,. who is in charge of the Men's Bible Class gave a short address/. He said that such gatherings were most enjoyable and he hoped to see many more. He spoke in particular of the r excellent way, in which Miss Bisnop • had arranged the programme. The National Anthem brought the evening 'to a close after all had partaken of supper. -

The followong is the musical programme : — Bishop and Mr J. Lawrence, Solo—Miss Elsie Keegan, Recitation—Miss Ethel Pilkington , Song—Miss Bishop, Pianoforte Solo-rMiss Hazel Dbdds. .

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PRESBYTERIAN BIBLE CLASS SOCIAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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PRESBYTERIAN BIBLE CLASS SOCIAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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