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Mills, Helen (?–?)

Helen Mills, by Jack Cato, 1934

Helen Mills, by Jack Cato, 1934

Born, Auckland. New Zealand. Daughter of the late Charles Giles and Rose Hill, of Te Aroha, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Sister of Elizabeth Hill, principal Matron, Australian Army Nursing Service, 5th Military District.

Wife of John Mills, Manager of “The Pastoral Review;” son of John Thomas Mills, of Cookham, England.

CHARITIES. Kew representative of the Central Executive of the Children’s Hospital Auxiliaries; Hon. Secretary of Kew Auxiliary of the Children’s Hospital; Member, Central Committee of Management, and Treasurer of the Kew section of the Church of England Homes for Children and Babies, Brighton and Darling; Member of Kew Committee, St. Martin’s Boys’ Home.

ACTIVITIES. Delegate of the Australian Board of Missions to the National Council of Women; Member of the Centenary Council representing the Australian Board of Missions; Women’s Representative for Victoria to Australian Board of Missions; Founder of Church Embroidery Guild of the Australian Board of Missions; Vice-president of the Women’s Auxiliary of the Australian Board of Missions; Member of the National Council of Women; Vice-president of the Kew section of the A. W. N. League; Past Member of the Central Executive of the A. W. N. League.

CLUBS. Victoria League, International, Kew Golf Club.

ADDRESS. "Drumearn,” Princess Street, Kew, Melbourne, Victoria.

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'Mills, Helen (?–?)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/mills-helen-19426/text30839, accessed 6 February 2023.

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