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Tho an mini serial of t.ho "W niton Presbyterian Sunday bc'-oM ’vas held on 'Hi nr-'iii.v, tho P" v * .1. Kilpatrick in ilm chair. The followin'.'; prru.-T.-nnmo was v--v

-ierlv rr!;d r, ;'''d liv tho scholars: — ("'horns. v Wake Fp ’ : soup, ‘ ‘-The >1 Hours,’ MPa B. South ; dink-cue, ‘ \niit Polly.’ MKm-s J. Smith. M. !’. llalsev. I. Hollows. 1). Millor, Mas tors P. M : i aur-bbin and A. Si"* Allan : son a, ‘ Three Green Bonnets,* Hisses V. I! alary, H. M', M. Ashop: chorus, ‘ Condi y nut of School ’ : dialogue, ‘ Absent-minded-ness.’ F. M’J.aiuhb-n, Mes-.tei * T. MBv.van, 0. South. A. Hurt., and AV. Ashoff: •‘-or;.:. ‘Song of the Flowers.’ Miss F. fi;>reinv ; dhlci'uo, * Tho Dolly Show,’ Misses B, M'Kwon, 11. Hallow-. M. A shop. V. Halsey, D, Hare-Jay, ({, Cook, and X. Burt; chorus, 1 Over the Hill ’ : dialogue, ‘ N Place For Kvervthu!:>-.’ Misses L. Flalsoy, X. M'Kwaii, T Barclay, Mast-ms E. Miller and A. Burt; duoc, ‘The Fairies’ Ok-n*. Misses Jl. and L. South : chorus.

‘Hand in Hr.fd’; song; ar-l r-horns, ‘Our Territorials.’ Master \V, Ash off; chorus, 'Throe Olioers for the R-'-d. White ttrml Blue.’ Tho acting superintendent Air F,. South) and tho secretary (Miss J. Dunsmiiir) then read the annual repori,?. ddressss \vcr;> given liy the Bev. J. Kilpatrick and Rev. F. Frost. Mis* -I. London presided at the organ, and Air E. South was conductor. Refreshments were then handed round by the ladies. The proceeds of tho social, which amount-d to £-1. are to be given to the Belgian relief fund.

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WALTON SUNDAY SCHOOL, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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WALTON SUNDAY SCHOOL Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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