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The Salvation Army moves so quickly that nothing was known about Major Spriggs impending move to Boston when we printed our May edition of the magazine. We wish the Major, his wife and family, every blessing in their new home in the South of the county and we thank them very much for all their help and co-operation during their stay in Barton.
By the time that this edition is in your hands, Brigadier and Mrs Bernard Jannels will have arrived among us from Cannock in Staffordshire, to take over command of the Barton-on- Humber Salvation Army Corps.
Brigadier Jannels became an Officer from Canterbury, Kent, in 1934. Mrs. Jannels came from Lisburn, Ireland and became an Officer in 1935. They have covered the British Isles fairly thoroughly, h1aving served in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Their son and daughter bOth live in Birmingham, and are Salvationists at the Birmingham Sparkhill Corps.
We wish the Brigadier and Mrs. Jannels every happiness in Barton and we look forward to working together with them.


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