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SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY

T'ni l anniversary services in connection with the ('avers'inm Methodist Sunday School were continued k'.st ovenini'. To a wss provided in the school hall. ;r.:<i this whs followed by ;i concert. Mr P. Nixon (superintendent of the school) presided. He road lhe annual report, showing that there were 146 scholars on the school roll. 20 teachers. 35 junior members of the chinch, 25 mi the civile roll, ami 120 numbers ot the Band of Hope. A Children's Worship League had boon conducted by Miss J. Tuck and Miss B. Kennard. The report stated that since the school had moved to the Caversham, property in April the average attendance had largely increased. Diirthe year Miss Turner and .Mis iFatitilton had resigned from the teaching stafi, and Misses Davidson and.-Mew had taken charge of the kindergarten department. The Bible classes had nourished under the tuition of Mrs Drake and Mr Ca,rpentcv. The report acknowledged the valuable services rendered by Miss Turner as secretary, Mr L. Mercier as librariau, and Misses B. Kennard and J. Tuck as organist and pianist. Tho net income for the vear had been £29 10s lOd, and £lO 6s Ud had been raised for missions. During the evening an address was delivered by the Rev. E. T. Read on 'The Call of the 20th Ccuturv Child to the Teacher.' The Rev. J. T. Pinfold engaged in prayer, and the prizes were distributed by'the Rev. E. Drake. The children sang a number of pieces under the direction of Mr J. Davidson.

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SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY, Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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