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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

2 Jul 1931

the leaders' meeting, presented Mr. Garman with copy of Canon Streeter's book Reality, small token their appreciation o\ his services, and wished him all success in his new sphere of labour. Mr. Garman expressed his gratitude for the splendid gift,

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

10 Dec 1931

interest, he unwittingly revealed to his listeners how deeply he is devoted to the Methodist Church. Long will his words of appeal remembered and valued. Supporting the chairman and opener were: Rev. E. H. Harland, Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Howell®, and Messrs. .T

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

17 Dec 1931

whist drive on Wednesday, were:— Ladies—l, Mrs. Thomas; 2, Mrs. Gibson; 3. Mrs. J. Willoock; consolation, Mrs, Badcock. Gentlemen—l, Mr. J. Will slier; 2, Mr. W. Halse; 3, Mr. A. Mat 1 shews; consolation, Mr. Badcock. Mr J. was M.C. MOUSEHOLE. connection

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