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YOUNG BATH PRODUCER

YOUNG BATH PRODUCER

Mr. P. W. Chapel to Stage Another Play Mr. P. W. Chapel, the 17-year-old Bath producer, who successfully produced the well-known farce, "Eliza Comes to Stay," at the Assembly Rooms a short time ago, is to repeat the performance April and also produce another farce, "Her Temporar
26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MR. G. T. CONRADI

MR. G. T. CONRADI

Interment at Locksbrook Cemetery The funeral of Mr. George Thomas 'Conradi, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Conradi, 14, Berkeley Street, Walcot, Bath, who died on March 12th, after long illness, the early age 21, took place at Locksbrook Cemetery Thursday last week. Mr. Conradi was r
26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH LICENSE TRANSFER

BATH LICENSE TRANSFER

MAGISTRATES CONFIRM CORONATION AVENUE PLANS A meeting of Bath magistrates sitting as a Confirm/tion authority, had before them Thursday an application for the confirmation of the transfer of the license of the Cleveland Arms, Bathwick, to ' Trowbridge House, Coronation Avenue. A
26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CHURCH NOTES

CHURCH NOTES

The Bishop of London, as Visitor, the nomination of the Council, has approved the appointment of Misa G. E. Holloway, B.A. (Bristol University), as Principal of Queen's College, London. Miss Holloway the eldest daughter of Mr. W. J. Holloway, of Ora, Bloomfield Road, Bath. * * I
26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
"OLIVET TO CALVARY"

"OLIVET TO CALVARY"

Sacred Cantata at Weston Wesleyan Church An augmented choir rendered the cantata, "Olivet Calvary," at the Weston Wesleyan Church, Newbridge Hill, Bath, on Sunday afternoon. The soloists were Miss E. Miles (soprano), Mr. A. (tenor), Mr. Medway (bass), and Miss L. Wheeler. The or
26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WALCOT BROTHERHOOD AND SISTERHOOD.

WALCOT BROTHERHOOD AND SISTERHOOD.

large number of members gathered a t Walcot Brotherhood and Sisterhood on Sunday last. The speaker was the Bey. Hopkin Richards, who gave a helpful address. Mr. J. Lennard contributed two solos. Brother A. Shore was the chair.
26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH V.M.C.A. ACTIVE

BATH V.M.C.A. ACTIVE

f, ( . Local boys' organisations w ' ,j represented at social evening._ be the auspices of the local federation , organisations on Saturday, at the *' Boys' Centre. Various games and musical item s a very enjoyable programme, fl refreshments were served during the . The First Ai
26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
"THE TRIAL OF JESUS"

"THE TRIAL OF JESUS"

WHAT LONDON THINKS OF CITIZEN HOUSE PLAY SEVERE CRITICISM A representation of the Passion play, "Tho Trial of Jesus," by John Masefield, the Poet Laureate, was given by members of the Fortnightly Sunday Course of Dramatic Production, organised by the Little Theatre, Citizen Hous
26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SHAMROCK BALL

SHAMROCK BALL

26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
NEW HEADMASTER

NEW HEADMASTER

26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England