In the mid-1950's in Halifax, Nova Scotia two 'Pioneers', a husband and wife, were disfellowshipped. It appears that after a while the WTS realized that some sort of injustice had occurred and reversed the decision in a rather unusual manner.
They hired a school auditorium in Halifax and invited all the surrounding congregations to attend. Present ( perhaps ) were Jack Nathan and Leo Greenlees, and certainly DO's and CO's. The publishers were informed that the couple had been mistakenly disfellowshipped and were now reinstated and that the matter was closed.
Does anybody recall, or have knowledge of this event?
Best regards - HS