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REV. H. A. GRIFFITH

REV. H. A. GRIFFITH

♦ LEAVING WOLVERTON SHORTLY. The Rev. H. A. Griffith, Vicar of Wolverton St. Mary’s, has announced his intention of leaving that parish in the near future. Mr. Griffith came to Wolverton St. Mary’s m December last, in succession to the Rev. 0. C. H. James. Previous to that he wa
27 November 1925 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
for QUICK CLEAN HEALING

for QUICK CLEAN HEALING

STONY STRATFOr v PASTOR’S ANNIVERSARY.—The first anniversary of the settlement of the pastor, Rev. W. Angel, was observed the Congregational Church on Thursday. In the afternoon service was held, which the Rev. D. Lincoln Jones, 8.A., B.l)., the Moderator, was the preacher. A pu
13 March 1925 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
FOR THE HOSPITAL.

FOR THE HOSPITAL.

PAULERSPURY CHORAL SOCIETY’S CONCERT. The third annual concert of the Paujerspury Choral Society, on behalf of the Northampton General Hospital, was given in the Schools at Paulerspury on Friday evening. The programmes comprised choral pieces, solos by Mrs. G. Webb, Mrs. Stone,
01 May 1925 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
WELLINGBOROUGH MAN FINED AT

WELLINGBOROUGH MAN FINED AT

NORWICH. Irancis Eaton, leather seller, of 16 Hatton-avenue, Wellingborough, was fined £3 and £1 10s. costs, at Norwich, on Wednesday, for dangerously driving motor car in that city on Sept. 7. The car and a cycle collided and the cyclist was thrown to the ground. The defence wm
02 October 1925 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
DALLINGTON.

DALLINGTON.

PRESENTATION.—Miss Alice Hewett, assistant teacher at Dallington School, was, on Wednesday, presented 'with a gold bracelet wrist watch the Rev. L. C. Streatfeild, M.A., on the occasion of her leaving the staff 0 the school. Mr. Streatfeild. as chairman of the managers, and Mr.
02 October 1925 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 

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OAVENTRY

OAVENTRY

OLD AGE PENSIONS COMMITTEE.— Tuesday.—Present: Mr. E. Hall. J.P. (chairman), Councillor W. T. Wright, Alderman T. 11. Marriott, Alderman C. H. Roche, C.C., Mr. E. Neal (clerk). One pensioner was disqualified, one claim was disallowed, two claims allowed at 10s., and one at- 6s.
02 October 1925 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
IRCHESTER.

IRCHESTER.

WAR MEMORIAL.—At a meeting of the Parish Council the members expressed their approval of a scheme which Mr. H. G. Cordon, the district surveyor, has prepared for improving ti surroundings of the war memorial on tue Green. At present the setting the memorial looks very crude, and
02 October 1925 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
RUSHDEN.

RUSHDEN.

HARVEST. —The harvest festival services in connection with St. Mary’s Church were held on Thursday evening. The Rector, the Rev. D. E. Robson, conducted the service, and the Rector of Burton Latimer, the Rev H. Lathbridge, preached the sermon. The choi r sang harvest cantata Har
02 October 1925 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
WOODFORD HALSH.

WOODFORD HALSH.

WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE—A very -successful whist drive and dance were bold at the Hippodrome Friday the Labour party arranged by T\lr. J. Bruce (chairman), Mr. W. Pratt (secretary), and Mr, 11. Wilmot, of Byfield, Mr. C. Walters. Mr. R. Osbc.rn, and Mr, J. White. The prize donors
02 October 1925 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
WOLVERTON.

WOLVERTON.

HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES were held at the Wolverton St. Alary’s Church Sunday. The two celebrations of Holy Communion and the choral Eucharist were conducted the Vicar (Rev. 11. A. Grithth), whilst preacher evensong was the Rev. J. T. Lawson, of Passenham. The church was tastef
02 October 1925 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England