The Christian Advocate in Cincinnati, Ohio 27 Dec 1934
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The Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - December 27, 1934, Cincinnati, OhioA i a Union meeting of the two leagues of the Church sunday december 9, was the speaker and Leader in a discussion of the subject a the new Parsons attitude toward the Christmas drama a a sign unto you a was presented by the Young people. A the Zanesville District fall conference was held at Somerset in charge of the District superintendent Donald Timerman and Earl a. Rager As Host. Morning devotions were conducted by f. W. Karas j. H. Sudlow pastor at Thornburg was elected Secretary treasurer to succeed e. R. Anthony who had held that office for the past seven years. Or. Timerman spoke briefly upon the functions of the District superintendent and his relation to the pastors and churches. The Rev. O. L. Seward addressed the conference on a the minister As a preacher a and Homer Baumgardner of Marietta spoke on the minister As a Community r. B. Foster superintendent of the Portsmouth District gave an address on a financing the following the noon luncheon meetings were held by the District stewards and the ministers wives. H. F. Miller of South Zanesville led the afternoon devotions and Paul Rugg of Granville spoke on a your Parish abroad a discussing the new allocation plan adopted by the annual conference. This was followed by a message by the Rev. F. M. Wilson of India on the interest of the missionary work of that country. Various institutions and interests were represented by the following Epworth league l. E. Butler Wesley foundation Wilbur h. Fowler and mrs. Lenora v. Saylor the Christian advocate l. L Hart religious education l. S. Norris conference claimants c. H. Borror and or. J. S. Graham reporting for the District stewards. A local preachers License was granted to Otis Krigbaum and the licenses of Joseph of Riley James Lane Otto Davidson and mrs. Leah Davidson were renewed. Special musical selections were rendered by mrs. E. H. Dickey violinist mrs. Donald Timerman soloist and the ladies quartet and choir of the Somerset Church. An added feature at the dinner hour was a number of vocal solos by mrs. Blanche Mathena. Evening devotions were led by Ray Dodson. S. M. Ingmire of Newark delivered a Sermon on a some anti Christian the next session of the District conference will be held in first Church Zanesville. Lima District Epworth leagues the leagues were Well represented in the two Booth festivals held in the District this o. Mcclure District superintendent had been successful in securing an unusual interest and attendance. Thirty one pastors of the District were present and More than that number of churches were represented. The spirit of enthusiasm exhibited was remarkable. A committee was authorized to prepare a plan for permanent organization and nominate Lay officers. The program included music by first Church choir by a menus quartet addresses by or. A. D. Hufford of Bremen upon a How can the laymen Best express their loyalty to the Church Quot by or. Orien w. Fifer upon a the bracing up Layman a and by or. R. 0. Mcclure upon the future plans of the District. The findings committee report was forceful and comprehensive. Part of the report will be printed in the next Issue. A North Easi Ohio Norwalk Epworth league inst i tute the midyear Institute will be held miss Luella january 26 and 27 at Medina. Gault is the Dean. Plymouth mrs. S. M. Brokaw died november 1, 1934. She was the Mother of mrs. J. J. Adams wife of the pastor at Iberia. During the past two years mrs. Brokaw had been under the care of her daughter at her own Home in Plymouth. She was a wide Reader and always enjoyed Reading the advocate. The funeral service was in charge of the Rev. J. C. Campbell of Plymouth assisted by the Rev. J. J. Adams who preached the Sermon. A the Epworth leagues of Wayne and Holmes counties Canton District held a Booth festival in the Doylestown Church november 27. Over one Hundred Young people attended and a Large truck Load of potatoes and canned goods was sent to the Elyria Home for the aged. On the program were the Rev. A. B. Miller president of Canton District Epworth leagues or. Joseph e. Priestly director of religious education of the conference and the Doylestown league chorus. Lakeside a novel Experiment in Christian co operation enabled sixteen women residents at Lakeside to participate in a family dinner on thanksgiving Day. Each of the women has no family connection local la and w would otherwise have spent the Day in loneliness. By combining forces they purchased three turkeys a committee prepared them and an excellent repast was eaten at ladies Aid Hall. After dinner they talked and Sang and the afternoon soon passed. They had year one for the East Section at Bellefontaine sch a,8ood tiny the it a remained for supper. Now they plan to repeat at Christmas and november the West Section at Grace Church Lima it it a her feast times during the Winter. November forty five Booths with fifty four leagues participating gave Cash amounting to $563.18 and supplies Worth $1,775.16, or a total of $2,338.34. These gifts were a a divided Between the methodist children a Home at Worthington Ohio and Flower Hospital at Toledo Ohio. Twenty nine Honor and eleven Standard certificates were Given to leagues coming up to certain requirements As set Forth by the District Cabinet. Roy w. Kauble of Marion Ohio is District president and miss Lena Dale mul Vaine of Larue Ohio is District third vice president. The Rev. C. W. Black of mount Victory Ohio and the Rev. We. Steffens of Epworth Church Lima Ohio were chairmen of their respective groups. Chillicothe District laymen the Lay members of this District were represented in a great meeting in first Church. Lancaster on december 9, at 2 p. M. The Warren Tod Ai Enue w. W. Ralph pastor has just had the greatest revival of its history under the leadership of the Meade Brothers of California. The Gross attendance was Over 12,000. Over fifty new members were received into the Church. There were scores of rededication that have meant much to the Church. Prayer meetings have increased remarkably since the revival. The Meades come to a Church without any sort of a guarantee financially and yet Tod Avenue Church paid them Over $500 without five minutes plea of any sort at any meet and without soliciting a my single Dollar the Meades from single person privately.hhph1 raised a a deficit of Over $600 on the local Church current expense budget with seeming ease thus Clearing up All local deficits. Over $400 More was pledged to the local Church budget for the remainder of the year. The Meades May spend the season or at least until easter in Ohio. If other churches Are want advertisements c for each word or initial including the address for each insertion. Cash must accompany All orders address All communications to department 740 Rush Street. Chicago or Iso fifth Avenue. New York. Calendar of methodist events january 6�?national covenant sunday. January 6-11, 1935 a week of prayer churches february 10�?race relations sunday. February 26-28�?biennial conference of it cities Cincinnati Ohio. May 15-19--Spring meeting of the Board t Chicago 111. For the dressed at the Tod Avenue methodist episcopal Church Warren Ohio. A Canton District letter thirty six charges on this District reported at the recent session of the annual conference All claims for ministerial support met in full thus showing a decided gain in this item Over the previous year when Only Twenty two charges were without deficits. At i Uniontown or. Charles l. Smith pastor a preaching Mission was held for two weeks during the month of october. The visiting preachers were c. F. Mcbride s. L. Stewart Arthur Staples c. W. Danford w. H. Oswalt w. I. Hammaker and Charles n. Church. Since the beginning of the present conference year the members of the Berean Bible class of this Church taught by o. J. Moore retired minister have painted and redecorated the Large dining room of the Church contributing All necessary funds and labor. Conservatively estimated this improvement has added $200 to the value of the property. The first meeting for this conference year of the Stark Tuscarawas methodist ministers Book club was held at first Church Canton november 12. Russell j. Humbert gave an appreciative and scholarly review of a Christian manifesto by Lewis. At this same time and place the ministers wives Book club of the District held its first session with luncheon at the Church. At first Church Canton or. Arthur sta Ples the unified service combining the morning worship and Bible school session is proving a great Success. The worship period with Sermon precedes the study hour. The result is a very Large increase in attendance for both worship and Paoli Joseph l. Stout pastor advocate sunday was observed november 18, and up to this time five new subscriptions have been obtained. Greenwood the Criswell pastor Rev. James w. Henderson of Cleveland assisted the pastor in holding evangelistic services during the week of december 9-15. A c a Union mrs. R. B. Hue wife of Robert Huey recently passed away. She was a lifelong member of the Wheeling methodist episcopal Church. Or. Huey is a trustee of Union Church. will be missed for her life meant much to the Church. R. H. Howard is the pastor. Auditorium and galleries were filled. Or. A interested in the Meades they May be and Indi spen amp Able for the reference Library the Abingdon Bible 1 commentary by f. C. Eiselen Edwin Lewis d. G. Downey j it Ais All co a Mestanek now available maps in colors. Net $5.00, postpaid in j. A. The methodist Book 1078 december 27, 193/f
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