Lurgan Coat of Arms The Armagh Guardian

5 January 1923  


An enjoyable social to members of the "B" Special Constabulary was given in Drumcree Parochial Hall on Monday night by the women workers of the parish. Tea and cake was provided, and songs were rendered by a member of the Force. Mrs. M'Bride, organist of the Church, playing the accompaniments. Mr. D. Rock, J.P., proposed a vote of thanks to the clergy of the parish (Major Rev. F. J. Halahan, M.C., and Rev. J. Dunlop) and the ladies who provided the tea. Capt. M'Morran, in seconding, spoke highly of the relations existing between the people and the Force. The Rector, Rev. F. J. Halahan, in conveying the vote, expressed his pleasure at meeting the "B" men and hoped that the good relations existing would continue. The 'B's" were a very useful body of men, and had kept peace and order in the locality. After the singing of the National Anthem. the men dispersed in time to take up their duties in seeing that the Curfew regulations are enforced.


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