Dr. Rewan/Rowan Orville Murray,
son of W. C. Murray
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,1924
A FUNCTION TAKES PLACE
Friends of Mr Ruan O. Murray
Bid Him Good-Bye Before
Departure for U.S.
Chair Is Taken By The Rev. H. W. Cope, Rector Of The Parish.
(From Our Correspondent.)
Sav-la-Mar, September 9.— On Friday night the members of the "Rialto Club" and the Sav-la-Mar Football Club met at the Church Hall to say good-bye to Mr. Ruan O. Murray, who for some years was connected with the West Indies Chemical Works hero, and for the past two years attached to the Public Works Department in this town. Mr. Murray who is a young gentleman of conspicuous ability, long determined to take up Medicine as his profession and with that end in view he decided to give up a position to proceed abroad to commence his studies. On Friday night a number of his friends had him as the guest of honour at a function which was arranged by the Rialto Club of which Mr. Murray was the president.
The proceedings were presided over by the Rector of the Parish—the Rev. H. W. Cope—who explained that the absence of the Custos was due to his having to leave that evening for Mandeville.
Mr. Murray was the recipient of two addresses accompanied by purses, one from the Rialto Club, and the other from the Western Football Club. Mr. Murray was also the recipient later of an address from the staff of the Public Works Department.
to be continued . . . .