Votes for Women (03/May/1912) - Halifax and Huddersfield
HALIFAX AND HUDDERSFIELD.
- Organiser — Miss Annie Williams, 1, Fitzwilliam St. West, Huddersfield.
- Hon. Sec. — Miss Lettice Floyd.
Many thanks to Mrs. Wright, The Cottage, Trimmingham, for the delightful whist-drive and musical evening on the 23rd in aid of the funds. The money will be ear-marked for materials to be used at the sewing-parties which will soon begin, and for which Mrs. Wright has kindly promised to become secretary. A profitable sale of work in the early autumn must the aim. Will all who can help please communicate with Mrs. Wright? Miss E. Booth (Member Sec.) has been most energetic and successful in getting new members for Halifax ; membership cards and all information can be obtained from her, at Bird Lane, Ripponden. It is a matter for congratulation that so many teachers are interested in the Cause in Halifax, and are becoming members. The Organiser will want many volunteers to help her in the open-air campaign, which will begin after Whitsuntide. Remember, the halls in both towns must be filled for Mrs. Brailsford on the 8th, and every member must feel responsible. All will be glad to hear that Miss Lettice Floyd's release is due on Thursday, 2nd.
Sun., May 5. — Huddersfield, Temperance Hall. Women's P.S.A. Miss Annie Williams, 3 p.m.
Mon., May 6. — Huddersfield, Parochial Hall. G.F.S. Miss Annie Williams, 8 p.m.
Wed., May 8. — Huddersfield, Large Parochial Hall. Mrs. J.E.M. Brailsford, Miss Annie Williams. Chair, the Rev, Paul Stacy, 3.30 p.m. Tea, 5.30 p.m.
Wed., May 8. — Halifax, Victoria Hall. Mrs. Brailsford, Miss Annie Williams. Chair, Dr. Helena Jones, 8 p.m.
Thur., May 9. — Huddersfield, Large Parochial Hall. Mrs. J.E.M. Brailsford, Miss Annie Williams. Chair, Dr. Helena Jones, 8 p.m.