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. HA WARDEN.

TATTENHALL.

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TATTENHALL. SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT.—On Wednesday afternoon the annual treat of the Church of England Sunday School took place in the Rectory grounds. A goodly number of scholars, with their mothers, sat down to a capital tea, provided by the rector (the Rev. C. L. Arnold). The following teachers were present, and attended to the wants of the children in an efficient manner:—Mr. and Mrs. Arthan, Mr. T. R. Cooke (superintendent), the Misses Woollams, Cope, G. Cooke, G. Jones, Elsie Jones, Martha Spencer, and Gerty Aldersey. After tea various games and races were in- dulged in by the scholars, who appeared to thoroughly enjoy themselves. This treat was given instead of the annual trip to the seaside. At the close of the evening presents were given to each scholar, the gifts of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold. Four scholars were presented with the rector's special prize for 1896, they not having missed one attendance during the year; Martha Lloyd for the third time, Thomas Henry Woollams for the second time, and Mabel and George Rowlands for the first time.

NESTON.

MOLD.

I. IWHITCHURCH.

. SAIGHALL.

~~WREXHAM.

TARPORLEY.

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