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The Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - December 27, 1934, Cincinnati, OhioNews from the conferences half a and comme million sold mended eve Kuurne Georg but must make provision for Over one Hundred children and Young people recently Lagrange circuit j. B. Simpkins pastor brought into the sunday school and Epworth has reached the top round of the ladder on league. The pastor and building committee All claims. On the evening before Confer Are in great need of help and will be grate ence a crowd of people of All denominations fun any Anco adj who feel they can assist met at the parsonage and surprised the Pas in a sea Way toward the erection of a House Tor with All kinds of food and valuable pres of worship for these faithful people. They ends. The ladies Aid society presented him need a pulpit set and seats and shall be a a re with a purse and Money. / i Lawrenceville or. J. C. Whitworth aged glad for information concerning any Church having the same for Sale. Contributions can be addressed to the pastor or the treasurer sixty years passed to his Reward december a a a near Lawrenceville. He is William Palmer Fruitland Park Fla. 4, at his Home survived by a wife a daughter and two sons. For Many years he was a valuable Man in the Church and Community. The funeral services were conducted at Martins Chapel at Livingston memorial Church Jacksonville the Church school is being hampered by a Lack of room to accommodate the numbers that attend. People Are being turned by the pastor Harold l. Cochran the Rev. Away at this Church each sunday evening. Plans Are being made for a new auditorium 1938 a excellence that nearly silences Competition a a Christian n cloth$1.90 postpaid $2 f. H. Revell co., 158 fifth ave., new York chartered 1858 a William Henry Mcmaster president a College of Liberal arts conservatory of music enter january 28, and be graduated in june 1938 fully accredited. Work Standard. Expenses moderate summer session opens june 12, with regular faculty teaching for plan of graduation in 1938, special and regular Catalon address j Dean j. Brady Bowman Alliance Ohio mount Union College e. B. Aycock former pastor and or. Bryan ,1 All a a. L. A a of of j a a a a y i t a pastor of pleasant Grove Baptist Church. To seat five or six Hundred the present one to be used for educational purposes. R. G. Rock Springs charge the a Tor Harold witty is the pastor of this one of the most l. Cochran and family were welcomed on their return in this charge for the second year. The pastor was presented with a new suit of clothes and his wife was Given a gift of Money. At the first appointment after conference Corinth Church gave a Shower for the family. After words of Welcome by mrs. E. B. Aycock the sunday school classes presented the family with Many useful gifts. The sunday school at this place has recently raised the Money to have the Church painted. The Rev. And mrs. E. B. Aycock attend this Church. A. A a m i hols ton a Etowah four conference members living in the hospitable atmosphere of Etowah Are the revs. We. M. Dye Albert c. Ket Ron h. G. Williamson and Charles b. Tar water. Promising churches in the St. Johns River conference. V at Fairfield Jacksonville an old time revival is being held with Good results. The pastor a. Evenden expects to Lead the people in the enlargement of the Church Plant. A place for social purposes is needed and room for the growing Church school is imperative. In Winter Park a Public minded citizen has made it possible for the Church there to cancel the debt on the property. The Rev. D. S. Cadeng and the Church Are rejoicing in the result. At Tarpon Springs the people under the leadership of the Rev. R. E. Hiller Are remodelling the Church. Bishop f. T. Keeney will rededicate the Church in january. At first Avenue St. Petersburg the Rev. Paul Hortin and the Rev. Guy Nelson Areja Peerless Book i Strong a exhaustive concordance of the Bible the Only Complete concordance of the holy scriptures i buckram in coloured edges net $7.50, Carriage extra. Half persian Morocco cloth sides net $�2.50, Carriage extra the methodist Book concern individual communion service a 8end for folder. Sod special offer it Low prices. Trey end 86 glasses $6.50 of. Extra glasses $1.00 doses. Collection and bread Plata. Pastor s sick outfits Etc. Thomas communion service co in 21 Parker a hair Balsam removes Dandruff Stop hair falling impart color and Beauty to Gray and faded hair and $1.00 at druggists. Hiscox chemical Par Hogue ministering to larger crowds double services ence has been repeated since then at the Limestone charge c. E. Pickering pastor a Fig held both running morning and eve fouling places North Broadway Colum a revival meeting has just closed at the Liberty Hill Church. About thirty persons confessed Faith in Christ and sixteen members neg to accommodate the Large numbers who worship in this Church. World service cultivation will commence bus Carey Elmore Rehobeth. Pemberville and St. Paul a Toledo. The members of the Bowling Green Church gave the pastor were added to the Church. R. E. Walker in conference on sunday morning Janu and hug a reception and the work of the conference evangelist assisted the pastor in the services. This charge has ten subscribers to the advocate and Hopes to have More in the near future. Two faithful members have passed to their heavenly Reward since conference or. J. L. Huffman one of the oldest Ary 16, at Daytona Beach. Each Section of the state is to be visited. This District showed a nine per cent increase in world service giving on october 31. The District superintendent at the third quarterly conference found financial Condi members of the Liberty Hill Church died hons much better than a year ago. October 24,1934,h a Armstrong a member of the Clear Springs Church died at his Home in Greeneville november 28, 1934. \ a a i Quot a. A a a Ita a a a a a a Ltd no year is starting Well. A Cincinnati it. Washington r. A. Lings pastor the ladies Aid society Hel a dinner Christmas Bazaar and bake Sal Friday evening december 14. December 16, the Ohio St. Johns River Jacksonville District letter the Church at Fruitland Park was burned to the ground sunday morning december 1. Plans for a new Church Are being pushed under the leadership of the pastor or. Be. H. Curtis. The Community is responding in a generous Way and with the Aid of the Livingston Board a More modern Church will Grace the old site. The parsonage and Community Hall nearby were saved. The building was insured of $1,000. This Little congregation is poor in finances but Rich in Faith. While the buildings were yet Burn ing the pastor and a people gathered under an Oak tree and Sang a Faith of our the pastor took for his text a we Are Abler. A the people had a mind to work. And they budded to he on sunday missionary society presented mrs. R. L. Thomas As guest speaker for the morning worship service. At the evening service the pastors subject was a what constitutes a healthy Church Foj a the Church Buena Vista Sara Bowman pastor the school Christmas program was presented Rev. E. S. Cummings former pastor of this saturday evening december 22, and consisted Church accompanied by his wife is spending of songs recitations and a play let a the Christmas the usual Christmas treat was Given to the children of the school. The the Winter at St. Cloud Fla. A Cincinnati Wesley Chapel w. W. Holland pastor or. Henry w. Luce professor of the chinese department of the Kennedy school of missions of Hartford Seminary foundation was the speaker at the evening service december 9. Or. Luce was visiting Cincinnati with the China College conference. A Delaware William Street Church the ministry of or. And mrs. Osmun opens very encouragingly at w Illiam Street Delaware. His sermons Are being heard by Large and growing congregations. Or. Osmun and his wife Are making themselves Felt in the life of Delaware both a town and gown a and Christmas morning worship service was held with baptismal service and reception of members. The Church choir under the direction of mrs. Robert Fulford presented the cantata a the Herald of peace a at 4 p. M. Special instrumental selections were Given. A Columbus Broad Street j. T. Alton pastor As fourth speaker in a series of lectures before the Young Peoples Fellowship on a marriage and the Home a judge Cecil j. Randall of the common pleas court talked sunday evening december 9, on a the problem of Bexley. Donald h. Tippett pastor Mem there is some debt yet on the buildings rueful ministry. There is every Token of an attractive and the ?Ety club of Columbus at out the people at once began making sacrificial offerings to build a House for worship. Part nov Bowling Green e. R. Stafford pastor the address a the people called methodists a which was Given by the pastor at Confer tended the sunday morning service december 9. The pastor who is chaplain of the club preached i special Sermon. Glenwood e. L. Motter pastor prof. Harold j. Grimm of capital University i december 27 10? Ftp. 1077
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