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MULLET POINT

(Own Correspondent.)

The fiist anniversary of the Mullet Point Sunday School was celebrated in the schoolroom on Tuesday evening, December sth. Nothing in the weather marred the attendance which was good, and an eujoyable evening was spent by all. The ladies provided an ample supply of cake, sweets, and fruit which was well patronised. Rev. Southern attended, and greatly helped to make the function the success it was. After singing the 7 opening hymn, Mr T. H. Scandrett (Superintendent) spoke of the interest the children had taken in the schooL and hoped that with the help of the teai-hers the school would still be kept going. There was a competition, between the members of-the Bible Glass for the '• Best essay on the lifeof Paul." Rev. Southern had acted as judge of the papers, and Mr Scandrett called the winners forward to receive their prizes. The first was won by Mr Fred Hilbourne and the second by Miss Lorice Penny. The children, who obtained highest marks for attendance were Doris Algie and George Seandrett (equal), who both received prizes. The following programme was then rendered : —Organ Solo, Miss Melva Moore; Recitation, Mr Fred Hilbourne; Duet, Mrs F. Kaspar and Mrs Scandrett; Recitation, Doris Algie; Song, Miss Annie Phillips; Recitation, Mabel Scandrett; Duet, Mrs F. Kuspar nnd Mrs Scandrett ; Recitation, Moivyu Algio;. •Recitation,' Mr T. Scandirtt; Duet,. Miss F. Phillips and Mr 0. Moore ;. Becitation, Ethel Penny.

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MULLET POINT, Rodney and Otamatea Times, Waitemata and Kaipara Gazette, 13 December 1916

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MULLET POINT Rodney and Otamatea Times, Waitemata and Kaipara Gazette, 13 December 1916

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