Bridgewater Bulletin, July 16, 1929.
The annual official visit of the Coadjutor Bishop of the Diocese took place on Sunday last, beginning with services in St.Alban’s Church, when there was a baptism, followed by a Confirmation service, at which two young ladies, Olive and Grace Thompson were confirmed. This was followed by the administration of Holy Communion.
In the afternoon at 3 in St. Matthew’s Church, the Rev. W.J. Bridgman was inducted into the Rectorship of the parish, after which a Confirmation service was held, where ten candidates were confirmed, namely, George A. Snyder,Norman R. Robar, May G. Smith, Florence L. Smith, and Gladys A. Weagle, all of Dayspring, also Amy B. Mulock, Lillian V. Conrad, Margaret E. Rafuse, of Upper LaHave; Emma A. Randall of Rhodes Corner, and Helen A. Linscott of Wollaston, Mass., U.S.A. In the evening the Bishop preached in St. Bartholomew’s Church, the prayers, lessons,etc., taken by the rector.
Contributor: Rosemary Rafuse