[From 1918 Examiner Annual]

THE COMMITTEE OF THE DOUGLAS CHORAL UNION.

1918 COMMITTEE OF THE DOUGLAS CHORAL UNION

Back Row.-Mr. A. H. Bing, Mr. J. Dunlop, Mr. F. P. Bunting (secretary), Mr. R. H. Gell. Front Row.-Mr. W. H. Chapman, Mr. N. Moore (musical director), Mr. T. Longden (chairman), Mr. P. Moore (hon. treasurer), Mr. O. Lace (hon. librarian).

Mrs. ARNOLD KERMODE.

Mrs. ARNOLD KERMODE

Mrs. Arnold Kermode, L.R.A.M., who was accompanist in connection with the production of the comic opera " Florodora," in Douglas, Christmas, 1916. Mrs. Kermode will also be responsible for the accompaniments in this year's opera, "The Belle of Brittany."

Miss WINIFRED ADAMS.

Miss Winifred Adams (Mrs. F. P. Bunting)

Miss Winifred Adams (Mrs. F. P. Bunting), who for 21 years past has been prima donna in connection with the Christmas productions of comic opera by the Douglas Choral Society. The portrait shows Miss Adams as " Yum-Yum," in "The Mikado."

 

THE NEW VICAR OF ST BARNABAS', DOUGLAS.

Rev. I. Rostron

The Rev. I. Rostron, M.A., has been chaplain of the Fazakerley Homes, Liverpool, fer nine years, and his ministry among the children there has been greatly blessed. During his chaplaincy 475 boys, girls and officers have been prepared and presented for Confirmation. The new Vicar of St. Barnabas' was ordained in 1893, and has laboured successfully in three of the most difficult parishes in Liverpool, viz., at Christ Church, St. Augustine's, and St. Ambrose, all in Everton. In 1900 he took his B.A. degree at Trinity College, Dublin. Mr. Rostron has taken great interest in temperance. Many years ago he took clerical duty at Foxdale.

Mr. W. E. KILLIP.

President, Liverpool Manx Society.

W. E. KILLIP

Mr. Killip has undertaken the duties of the presidency for a second year. He is a son of the late Mr. Jas. Killip, joiner and builder, of Douglas; and a grandson of the late Mr John Morrison, one of the first Rechabites of the Isle of Man. Mr. Killip is in business in Liverpool as a baker and confectioner.

Lance-Corporal THOMAS LEWIN

.THOMAS LEWIN

King's Liverpool Regiment. Killed in action in France on 28th February, 1917, aged 27 years; second son of Mr. T. R. Lewin (Clerk to the Douglas School Board), of Cronkville, Onchan. Lance-Corporal Lewin was educated at the Douglas Secondary School, and matriculated at London University whe only 16 years old. He was called to the Manx Bar in 1912, and prior to the outbreak of war he practiced in Douglas as an advocate.

[The rest of the space was devoted to photographs of war dead or decorated servicemen]


 

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