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RED CROSS SOCIETY.—Ladies providing their own material and wishing to make any article for soldiers at the Front, wounded at home, and for Ward use, are requested by the British Red Cross Society to make the follow- ing articles For Patients' Use: Calico shirts, flannel undershirts, socks, handkerchiefs, dress- ing jackets, bed socks. For Ward Use Pillow covers, roller towels, bolster cases, towels, table cloths, hot water bottle covers, tea cloths, dus- ters. For Use at Front: Balaclava helmets, Cardigan jackets, flannel shirts. The British Red Cross Society request that all goods may be sent to the front through their Society, and the local Depot is at Nolton Institute, where all goods will be received and forwarded. 3394 WESLEY SUNDAY SCHOOL.—The an- niversary services were held on Sunday last. The Rev. W. Kingscote Greenland, of Lon- don, occupied the pulpit, when appropriate sermons were delivered. Special hymns and anthems were sung during the day. The children ably assisted by the choir, acquit- ted themselves admirably, thanks to the careful training of Mr. W. J. Davies, organ- ist and choir master. who received iuva,lu- able assistance from Miss P. House Jenkins and Miss Eva. LaAvrenoe, who, during the practices and throughout the day presided at the orga.n and piano respectively. Mr. Greenland, on Monday evening, delivered his popular lecture, "The General and the World's Debt to the Salvation Army." Mr. S. H. Stockwood presided, and although the attendance was somew hat marred by existing circumstances, a very profitable evening was spent. DEATH OF MRS. HAROLD WILLIAMS. I —It is with sincere regret we announce the death of Mrs. Harold Williams. widow of the late Rev. J. Harold Williams, Congregational minister. Bridgend. Mrs. Williams, during her residence in Bridgend, had endeared her- self to a very large circle of friends by her untiring and unselfish devotion to her hus- band's work, while the poor lost a generous friend. The loss of her esteemed husband five years ago, after a long and trying ill- ness. completely shattered her constitution, which had never been strong, and in the hope of regaining some of her former health, and, acting on the advice of her doctor, she re- turned five years ago to live in her old home at Ammanford, Carmarthenshire. But in spite of all that could be done, she passed away on Tuesday. leaving two sons and one I daughter to mourn their loss, as well as a large circle of friends. NEWCASTLE CHURCH'S NEW ORGAN- IST.—Out of 40 applicants, Mr. Thomas Walter Gilbert (A.R.C.O.), son of the Rev. Joseph Gilbert, Vicar of Chasewater, near Truro, has been appointed organist and choirmaster of St. Illtyd's Church. He was educated at St. John's School, Leatherhead, Surrey, and on leaving in 1909 became ar- ticled pupil of Dr. Monk, organist of Truro Cathedral, for AvVtom lie acted as organist and choirmaster. He was also organist of the Diocesan Choral Union for the annual festi- vals held in Truro Catlierdal in 1912, 1913. and 1914. Mr. Gilbert is an Associate of the Royal College of Organists, and Dr. Monk holds a very high opinion of him. lIe sent a very excellent testimonial to the committee as to his ability as an organist and choirmas- ter. It is to be hoped that Mr. Gilbert will have ? successful career at NeAVcastle Church and that he will continue to maintain the high standard of music which the choir has attained for many years. He conjpienced duties on Sunday. August 9th. and his ser- vices were much appreciated.

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