SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY
TTi» amiiveieai'r of the Sr, Clair Con- j grc-gational Sunday School was celebrated ! last evening by atm and concert. At the i latter function there was a good attendance : of soli.Jars, parents, anil friends, and a most enjoyable programme of songs and ; recitations, was rendered by tho young ; people. Songs were given by Misses Crys- j ta 1 Watson, Nancy Asliu. Dora Hancock, '■ Elsie Greening and Lydia Taylor (duet), ; and sovern! choruses were rendered by the girl scholars. Recitations wore contribute-,] ' by Aliases Muriel Archer, Eileen .Tonco, ! Kathie Aslin. and Edna Routledgo; piano; solos bv Misses Claribel Watson. Madge : Collins, Hera. Bre'mer and a piano duet by Misses Joyce Moody and Ethel John ; son The Boy Scouts connected with the \ Sunday school gave a display of their I work, and the girls gave an illustrative | Sunday school lesson by means of randies. | The annual report which was read by ; the recrelnry (.Miss V. Brebner), stated, i inter alia, that, tho year had been a- pros- j perous one. and that very successful and i gratifying work had ber.:i done by both I teachers and scholars. Good work had j been done in all .lueses, and tho attend- j uncos had been exceptionally good. The teaching staff remained numerically about- • the same as the previous year, and it wa© ! verv gratifying to the superintendent and : senior teachers to find .inch faithful and j ccnscientious work being dour in '-.ho j school by those who hud recently conic forward as teachers frem I lie girls’ BibE; , dais. Tho teaching staff was;—Bov. \V. ! J. Ashford, Mr Chapman. Air Hunt. Mrs ; Hancock. Airs Moody, Misses A. Al’Dou- I gall, V. Jolly. E. Asiiu, and D. Hancock. . Mr Laing and Misses C. Walteon and F. i Hancock had chart'c* of th.o infanta, who i numbered 23. Owing to ‘he examination | held iu connection with the ii’w t’ongvega- , tlonal Sunday S.-hoel Union, a change in i lessons wr.c, necswr.rv. The iemits of the '. examination were not yet known. but- they 1 had oven' reason to h.’icve that the sciiol- i ar» would maintain the good standard of | work don© bv those at previous oxamina- i t!om>. The flu.-y Bacs had again worked i devotedly in the winter The sale of I work intended to be held in August, had : Unavoidably to bo postponed, hut it. was j proposed to hold is at tho end of the. [ire- ! seat month ox the beginning of Decambar. j Thanks were due to Mii'n Jo-Hr and Mint- ■ Freda Hancock for their untiling work in ’■ connection with tins nrgnnisalion, and also | to Mrs Hancock for normitting the meet- j hags to be held in her licuso. Scout patrola had been formed, and the work of organ- j king and drilling undertaken by the pas- i tor and Mr Chapman, with very creditable results. Tho annual picnic was held at Motfgiel, and a most enjoyable dav spent in the grounds of the East Taiari Church, Idndly placed ct their disposal by tho Rov. A. Kinmont. In conclusion, the repoit re- I ferred to tho painstaking effort and imfnil ■! Ing choerful.noea of the saperintendv.m (Mr | C. J. Moody), to whom both teachers and I scholars would once more tender their oin ■■ cere appreciation. !
Permanent link to this item
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY, Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914