The Christian Advocate in Cincinnati, Ohio 9 Aug 1934
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The Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - August 9, 1934, Cincinnati, OhioChiefly about people Bishop Charles Bayard Mitchell whose health for some months was in serious state who expects to return to Mexico in september Belle Overman or. Rebecca Par general conference�?193<> he commission on entertainment of the general conference of 1936 met in Chicago Western several Eastern and has made much improvement after special Rish Helen Davis and Helen Fehr who sex nations Pasadena 7 California. A sister Anna of Petrograd deaconess Anna Eklund who bravely weathered Many storms in revolutionary Russia is now living in Finland. Her address is Rodberg Gatan 2 a lok. 10, Helsin fors Finland. A Marti a. Harvey of Hempstead n. Y., who was recently elected president of the Christian youth Council of North America is the first negro to fill that Post of leadership. He is also president of the new York state youth Council. Colonel John t. Axton former chief of chaplains of the United states army died recently in Washington d. Cd a at the age of sixty three. He retired in 1928 on account of disabilities in line of duty and had since been chaplain at Rutgers University. Or. Clarence True Wilson Secretary of the. Board of Temperance prohibition and a a y Public morals will spend the summer at his Home in Portland Ore. By order of his physician he is accepting no speaking pets to return to India in the Early fall. Eulalia Fox will be Home soon on furlough from China. Next week the proposed Epworth league pledge by judge h. R. Snavely. The editors circuit. Omitted of necessity this week. A the old White meeting House. By Raymond h. Huse. The Christian message in Japan. By Robert s. And Luella m. Spencer. Time 6ft my. Emily a a Story by Ella Morgan. A colonel Webb c. Hayes son of former president Rutherford b. Haves died re or. C. E. Wintringham of Ohio Northern University at Ada preached in first Church Findlay. Ohio sunday morning july 27, substituting for or. F. W. Stanton of Franklin scheduled to speak but was rendered unable to do so by the sex gently in a sanitarium in Marion Ohio after Jessive heat. The Bible conference at Winona Lake ind., will begin August 12, and continue through the 26th. Robert e. Speer will speak August 23 through the 26th, and Bishop h. Lester Smith will be on the program August. 21 through the 23d. Or. William l. Stidger August 16 through the 19th. An agreement As to All requirements was reached by the commission and is being presented to the interested cities. If other cities desire this information they May secure it from the Secretary Rev. Fred d. Stone 3809 North Keeler Avenue Chicago. The general conference expense fund gives the. Commission its greatest concern. Only a Small per cent of the amount apportioned is being received. It now looks As though the delegates Are Likely to receive a smaller per diem than even the two dollars per Day suggested by a recent contributor to one of the Church papers. It is quite possible that delegates will be required to pay almost their entire travelling expenses. Those familiar with the actions of the last general conference realize that the commission has no Power to borrow Money. Sixtieth class reunion % he graduating class of 1874 at Ohio Wesleyan University consisted of thirty six Young men four of whom Are still living. That was before the Days of coeducation. These four octogenarians celebrated their sixtieth class anniversary june 4 this year. In order of age they Are As follows Archibald Gilruth of Chicago who besides serving a series of pastorate in the Ohio conference spent sixteen years As a missionary in India John c. Arbuckle of Columbus Ohio who marched with Sher of Fremont Ohio a Veteran of five wars and held the congressional medal of Honor. His funeral service was held in the Hayes memorial methodist episcopal Church at Fremont and his body Laid beside his father and Mother in Spiegel Grove Fremont. The Rev. S. T. Walker pastor of Hayes memorial Church had charge of the serv miss Doris Hope Gratz daughter of or. Ices. W. E. J. Gratz editor of the Epworth Herald and mrs. Gratz was married july 7 in the Home of her parents in Evanston 111., to or. Edward Tamm. Or. Gratz performed the ceremony assisted by or. A. S. Moore. The Young people will make their Home in Evanston. A miss Carrie Barge who was for Many years one of the Best known officers and platform speakers of the woman a Home missionary society died at her Home in Delaware Ohio wednesday August 1, after an illness of ten years. Services were held in St. Paul a Church Delaware saturday a Long illness. He was an honoured citizen Juan from Chattanooga to the sea served to the close of the civil War and then entered the Ohio conference in 1876 John c. Jackson who served As principal of the North grammar school of Lancaster Ohio and entered the Ohio conference in 1877 and Philip Roettinger who is still one of the leading attorneys and counsellors at Law in Cincinnati. Physical disability following a major operation rendered or. Jackson unable to attend the commencement exercises at Ohio Wesleyan this year and the other three members of the class decided to meet in Columbus instead of Delaware. Or. Arbuckle s two daughters served the a alumni banquet under the Trees in their fathers Home grounds where the four distinguished classmates held a Joyful reunion. Epworth Heights Camp a or. Ralph e. Diffendorfer. Corresponding Secretary of the Board of foreign missions completed his itinerary in South America on june 29. He sailed from Montevideo on that Date for England where he attended a meeting of the and interim committee of the International missionary Council july 21-25. The meeting was held in the Bishops Palace at Salisbury the committee being the guests of the Bishop of Salisbury who is vice chairman of the Council. One of the chief items of business was the consideration of plans for the next general meeting of the International missionary meeting the program meeting at Epworth Heights stated that the services were to be a not just meetings but gatherings for. The strengthening of the Christian this prediction was fulfilled in the experience of those who attended for the services from Start to Fini h were of a High order. The ministers who visited the Heights delivered constructive messages and the various choirs and soloists gave a consecrated service which made of the annual Camp August 4, and interment took place at West Council to be held in 1938, ten years after Lafayette. Ohio. Further notice will be the epoch making gathering in Jerusalem. Printed next we Eek. The Rev. John f. Owen evangelist member of the Alabama conference is now or. W. E. Hammaker whose ministry a3 pastor of Trinity Church Youngstown Ohio has been so conspicuous during the past located at 124 West eighth Avenue co Nineteen years has been invited unanimously Lumbus Ohio and has been engaged in Evan by the quarterly conference to return for the twentieth year subject to approval by the appointing Powers. During the Confer Geli Stic services at Wedowee ala., since july 27. From August 9-19 he will be a the Indian Springs Camp meeting at Flo ence year up to August 1, 131 new members a deep impression on the hearts of the peo Ville ga., and in a Camp meeting at Hart Sella ala., from August 24 to september 2. From september 9-30 he will be engaged in meetings at Huntington w. A. A among the missionaries working under the woman a foreign missionary society now Home on furlough or about to return to America Are Cora Fales Rebecca daily who is living with her sister at 265 Detroit Street Hammond ind. Elsie Shepherd were received fifty six by profession of Faith and seventy five by certificate of Transfer. A ten per cent increase in finances was reported Over the amount raised in 1933. Every department of the Church has shown a decided increase in sender and contributions. During the present conference year or. Hammaker has made 2,069 Calls officiated at sixty one funerals and served on Many boards and committees of local and National character. Pie. The attendance and offerings were better than last year. Those responsible Feci that with the co operation of the ministers and laymen of the Cincinnati and Hillsboro districts something of the past glory of the Heights Camp meetings can be restored. The Rev. James h. Lyon pastor of Trinity Church Cincinnati had charge of the services and arrangements for the Camp. The Rev. Fred l. Geis of Mainville had charge of the singing. At the saturday and Sun 708august 9, 193k
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