Source:Various. Three Rs through Three Centuries

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Source The Three Rs through Three Centuries
A record of education in the village of Holme, West Yorkshire, from 1694 to 1994
Author Various: (c) The Friends of Holme Junior & Infant School and Holme Sunday School Committee
Coverage
Place Holme, Yorkshire, England
Year range 1694 - 1994
Subject History
Publication information
Type Book
Publisher Victoria Press
Date issued 1994
Place issued Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England
Citation
Various: (c) The Friends of Holme Junior & Infant School and Holme Sunday School Committee. The Three Rs through Three Centuries: A record of education in the village of Holme, West Yorkshire, from 1694 to 1994. (Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England: Victoria Press, 1994).


1898 Holme Board School Entertainment

Not sure what the "Entertainment" was but quote: (p26)

In the week of rehersals for an entertainment, H Howard, A Marsden, J Hadfield and N Hogg were punished for trying to barricade the lobby doors to prevent the Master and Teachers from getting out. After the School entertainment, the Master and teachers provided all the children with a tea and social evening which they all enjoyed


1914 Holme Sunday School Annual tea and concert 1914

This is a transcription of the Bill for Holme Sunday School Annual tea and concert 1914 as reproduced in Source:Various. Three Rs through Three Centuries. after p 14

Holme Sunday School

On saturday Jan 24th 1914

"The Annual Tea and Concert will take place"

Tea on the tables at 4:30pm

In the evening, a

GRAND OPERETTA entitled

"Agatha, or the Lost child of the Manor"

will be given at 7 o'cclock prompt

ADMISSION: Tea and Concert 1/-  : Concert only 8d each

Children under 12. Half price


AGATHA characters

Squire Brown - The lord of the Manor -- Mr Fred Howard

Mrs Brown - The squire's Wife -- Miss E Battye (Age 18)

ROBERTO - A Gypsy -- Mr Herbert Earnshaw

AGATHA - An Adopted Gypsy -- Miss H M Battye

IDLE JACK - A Gypsy loafer -- Mr James Howard (age 19)

BEN BOSUN - An old sea dog -- Mr Frank Denton (age 19)

THE MIDDY The lost Child -- Mr Percy Howard (age 17)

SHEENY MAN Jewelry maker -- Mr Charlie Beardsell (age 14)

Pianist - Mr Arthur Howard (age 12) Violin - Mr Chas Holmes