Newspaper clipping, Lectern Gift Maintains Family-Church Link

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Brief Description
An undated article entitled: Lectern Gift Maintains Family-Church Link (includes inset three paragraph article entitled: May Be Chapel of St Mark).

The article states: An historic family link with Greymouth's Anglican Church was preserved in a brief and impressive ceremony yesterday. It centred on the presentation and dedication in the chapel of the new Holy Trinity Church, now in the final stages of construction, of a lectern by Miss Viola Kettle, Wellington, on behalf of herself and her brother, Mr C L Kettle, Greymouth, perpetuating the memory of their parents, prominent Greymouth citizens and parishioners, the late Mr and Mrs W R (William Robert and Emma) Kettle.

The article includes a photograph of Miss Viola Kettle (of Wellington) and Vicar of the Parish Canon K G Aubrey.

The reverse has a small article about Frederick William Martin's death in Blockhouse Bay. There are also portions of an article entitled: Accrediting Should Be Abolished, and one entitled: On the Radio. There are also portions of two advertisements.
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Media/Materials description
Newspaper with black ink printing.
Length x Width: 412 x 153mm
Credit line
gifted by the Millin Trust
Other number(s)
m2002/25/538C, 70399


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