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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta %PAGE TWELVE THE WHBRIIXJE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBEU 19, '1U20 UP INTEREST IN UNDAY SCHOOL WORK IS MISSION OF (MENTION Get Valuable Help From Conference With Well I .Trained Idea of the Sunday School j and Its Service to the M. C. A. Workers! in Charge of the Boys' Conference. j Outlining explaining a unified Job of the Sunday scbool teacher is to I that these divisions'could not be. aud fast, the social felement entering! largely into and that the .vary-1 Iisg circumstances iuust bo'iakerl Into consideration. Any program foriuul- concluded Mr.' musl meet the need of heart and hand. A nominating committee was ap- pointed consisting of Mrs. Stevart, Her. Jones and Kev. This coas- raitte'o will appoint three people lo secretary R. E. (J. A. yesierdsy afternoon at Wesley hall, addressed the Religious Kduca- t'on Council of Alberts meeting for the second time in Alherta. Rev. McLean explained thai tho Sunday jchool nov has a definite pro- gram to put Into haedt of oil its leathers, and that ccusation tbst'the Sunday schSoVwis riot-truly a "Bchool" to tnut it 'lii'd no definite coarse of ftudy mapped out, was no 1 longer true. In public school had'a definite curriculum and the Sunday 'school bad had no j deBnite course and method, conditions _____ ______ ._ ,V.MJ lessons or. knowledge, but !n terras of 'schools. vention. Rer- Lewls Ol Macieod was appoint- and Her. Piie offered prayer. Following the lecture the meeting :o departmental conferen- the problems ot the partments ot the Sunday the the boy or girl you aro try- ing to Jead to Christian service. By means of 'a chart, Mr. McLean showed r need of supplied1 that-thV: child jnay know Christian truthJiif minjl must bo supplied with ChnatUti'information. the second essential, Evening Session Kmbodyins an appeal for recruits for foreign missions, the night session Hall last night, listened to addresses on bojs and girls work in She Sunday schools. Miss Olive Zleclsr, Metho- dist national sirls' had changed. Now present a program as dcScite and just as suited to the various ages, as that preserved in'; the public schools.- The speaker 'weiii on discuss th? unified- program. In -former years the popular belief wes that the object of the Sunday- EChpolwasito leach and giris Bible..' This definition Is no .longer Mtlsfactbry.J; It ,1s' not en- i 'ouga boys'atid j the 'data contained m the Bible. They I ran ksos- e great deal about tho Biblo and yet tho klud of person one would want- to turn out .from 'Sunday; schools aud churches. We have- plac- ed 'before us, the child, and the kind of adult we would wish him to be. The KeepYourSkin-Pores Active and Healthy KV i THERE is at least one period in your life, when noth- ing but tie beit can fully express, your -'feelings of tloye; and. 'deVotibn. That mo- is .when you place "iipon the finger of your fiancee'that little circlet .that for- ever is the symbol of mutual confidence and deepest affec- tion. pOR years we have endeavored t o merit thq confidence of those whjj are seeking for the beat, in Diamond especially V en- gagement ring, and the rapidly increas- ing gatronage that has teen accorded us is an evidence pf the faith that thousands of our customers have in our business EACH diamond that enters our stock is selected by a rneni-' her of the. firm who ha; made diamonds his life long study, This is your assur- ancec of highest always. "IT CAME from 1 Wright's" is a frequently heard ex- pression when speak- ing of engagement rings: Jet us show you why, R. A. WRIGHT ward God 'olher people. The child be brought lo the 'place where desire to do right. Ho must bo Imbibed with the right Idea's and right feelings.; Training Is. tie third requisite. He most be taught to-glve expression to thfe ImpressionsimadeVupon him. Ills hands' rnustj be ma'ilo skilful in Christ- ian In ;each grade of the Sunday school theso, threenrjeds are- .met. Sir.' McLean; thought that! in cases age disturbing classes in the begin- ners grade (aged .four aud five) that It would be better to discourage the attendance of these little, people. At this point some discussion took place regarding (he) spcsier's remark. Kev. Lewis thought that some.special pro- to entertain Item, Ilov.i McLean, stated that'some Sunday schools hare'.a mother's class where .the -Imbtherg-coiild bring the children and look tiler them- selves. .Anolher suggestion was.that of. having: a special for them. No conclusion was arrived at the speaker on to th'a grading of Iho Sunday schools which was arranged as'fol- lows; Cradle roll, 03, beginners, 4-5; priman, 6-8, lunior, 911; mtermed- Jate, 11, senior, IB 17, vouug people, eiplainod Board, and Kev. R. Lean, Presbyterian fleld secretary of Sunday schools, all delivered ad- dresses. A banquet In tho Y.M.C.A. proced- ed the evening session M the coiiven tion. A song sciaiuu lowed the luncheon and then confer enceB were held on and girls' work. .Miss Ziegler Uad charge of the conference on girls and in her talk to her audience she told of some of her experiences and gave 'consider- ahlfi Shft told .of -fha Jn of cfaldfen of jenr Of increasing this work aud or he likely results. Mr. Formic took charge, o? .tbe boya' :orjt'erenee aud talk- about tbe pro- ;ram of the Boys' Work Council. In inswer to a question he said, the pro- gram has worked out more success- ully in rural districts than In tbe :ity. The big question with' the sue- icssful -working out of s to deal with boys' when they reach he stage when th'ey think iboul everything there to know. Considerable tact must be tied.' What Da We Nfodr Following these conferences" the lelegates went to'Wesley Hall iliss Klegler was the first 3ha did not take rnuch time and de-! herself lo girls' work' entirely. "What do we need Can- she asked her audience dtiring ter opening remarks. Miss Ziegler ropaate d -thin' question n several forms "and asking. !What-Is need'ln.our she .received pt'-answers. -citizens, an- other and indsor Table -.A-NTON BERNICK, of St. Paul, Mihn.j who says ht now eats better, sleeps better and works better, a result of taking Tanlac. Say's all hit friends are-talking about hii improvement. MISS ZEIOLER. one of the speakers at (he convention of, workers amongst boys and girls now held.In Lethbridge. being liese. it her' good the matter of closely related, practically being baa organization. In enlarging on cb-operatlbn, lie said It is now toped that the spirit of co-operation, as shown through the organization of the League of Nations, will mean-the .end of wars la tbls nuriu. iii matter oi co-operation" in world iio said, Is leading the-way.' The boys' work program u; one'IrT- slanco ol co-operation iu the church world. -This program grew trom-de- uominational efforts, first, which fail- ed-and thin It was cess would "follow the National Boys Conference was formed on July 10. 19U. Tbis grew into the National Board of today.' In explaining the organization that Is meeting in-cpmention he said the council Is a. cooperative organization bavins as its object tho Ellmulatlrm of the religious work among the chil .dren arid.youth.of the Ita control'.Is vested in a committee of which-cons is Is of repre- sentatives officiall) npnouited by all denominations1 desiringito co-operate by the Y. W._C. A and the y V C A. ogether with'a number elected bv provincial; convention: aiirl district councils. .It, the organization trough i'.-which., these co-operathe ibdiea do tho .work common to all of htm.'The provincial com. miltees on'.boys'; and girls' work are committees of the council. The Staff Ilev. E. R." McLean of tLo terian Field Staff, acts as.associate secretary, Bev. W. B. Galloway, of Lhe methodlst Staff, as general! Miss' Certafn.. measure. "To get.TChrlstliinrrne'n l' ml'cf rr'nf T. _-_ hat-.a told her inpfhe they do In Kr.elcnd, he said, lie told ot a religious organization that thriv- ed In southern Alberta twelve years ago and which died with the boom. Appeal for Recruits Mr. McLean's address was an ap- peal for recruits for the foreign mis- sion fields. He gave many instances Illustrating' the dire needs of men and women of many walks of lite and said too rnauy people "were willing to let George do It." Lota of people. he maintained, were enthusiastic' in giving money and tlmii to foreign mis- sion work while at home but when It Came- to sending their sons and daugh- ters away they would not permit it. A 'grtalltoea.. belne. elhlblied day for leaders for religious work of all kinds. Strong personali- ties are required, said. -The times demand great minds, mind: which will not be spoiled by office.- I believe God will find -these leaders only in certain types of said Mr." .Mc- Lean. He enlarged a little on his opinions that meu are predestined for their life's work and la talking about homo life-lie went batk as far as Samuel in giving lliUstratiOuo. Ht: pumieu Oiii tho 'decrease In the number of meu studying. for the rainlslry in differ- ent denominations and also told of the lack of public school teachers. Issuing his appeal for help In "I- believ CanaOi alfreatjobligatlou to fill I the foreign fields because Canada took her place with other nations in the great world ;war, .because as we have taken our place .internationally In one way it'ih another way." Talking about' parents hindering their, children 'ffom going to foreign Helds.fdrjnlssioaafyjvork he said lie actions "were prompted by.rriisteken Parents do not like X? .siJC.j their leaving tiiem for a long period and for that reason, he maintained many of them are plac- ing, stumbling, blocks. in the road of many children who desire to devote themselves lp tho work of- the church In foreign fields England's champion typist is Miss Milllcent Woodward who wrote blind folded 1G9 words a minute U. S. STEEL STATEMENT ON PRICES NEW. e States today its decision to to presidents; of that the ''prtsorit -base Ailing .'price's ot all commoditieV continue uulll it beconjes necessary and- proper to ina'ko charigeVfq1 meet ajtered conditions." 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