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The Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - July 3, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioChiefly about people at. A we a v. A v x _ Flythe ecumenical convention will meet next year at Atlanta ga., october 9-16. A the Rev. S. H. Turbeville pastor of Grace Church in. Kokomo ind., will be one of the at Lake 1 Webster Camp meeting speakers ind., during july 13-20. Bishop Frederick d. Leete d.d., desires to announce that the Date of the Northwest Kansas conference has been changed from september 17 to september 24. A the Hon. Elmer l. Kidney of Pittsburgh lawyer and Churchman is Secretary of the executive committee of the Western Section of the ecumenical convention of methodism. The Rev. Or. And mrs. T. Henderson of Oberlin Ohio will be among the speakers during the Camp meeting period at Epworth Forest on Lake Webster during july 13-20. A Bishop w. N. Ainsworth of Macon ga., is chairman of the executive committee of the Western Section of the ecumenical convention of methodism which meets next year at Atlanta a. A Bishop Paul Jones of the protestant episcopal Church has accepted a Call to become College pastor of Antioch College yellow Springs Ohio and will take up his duties in september. A mount Union College located at Alliance Ohio of which or. W. H. Mcmaster is president recently announced a gift of $10,000 from the Carnegie foundation to buy new books for the College Library. A the Rev. Henry w. Mclean d.d., pastor of first Church Bloomington ind., recently delivered the seventy fifth anniversary address of the founding of the Sigma Chi fraternity at Miami University Oxford Ohio. A the Rev. Merton s. Rice d.d., pastor of the metropolitan Church Detroit mich., will deliver two addresses during the Camp meeting session at Epworth Forest on Lake Webster North Indiana conference during july 13-20. V Bishop Francis j. Mcconnell resident Bishop at new York City and president of the Federal Council of churches of Christ in America received the degree of doctor of divinity at the recent commencement of Yale University. A the Rev. Edward j. Rees pastor of Oxford methodist episcopal Church South Oxford n. C., and recently transferred out of the Kentucky conference from Maysville is now engaged in taking his . At Duke University. A the Rev. E. S. Keller superintendent of the methodist children a Home Worthington Ohio at the recent commencement of Ohio Northern University was Given the honorary degree of doctor of divinity. He was a member of the class of 1893 of that institution. A the Rev. Jesse Swank d.d., superintendent of the Dayton District Ohio conference sometime ago was injured in a collision Between a Vancamp truck and his Auto. As a result of the mishap or. Swank claimed damages and in court received an award of $700. A the Rev. Or. And mrs. A. Corfman of Elyria Ohio announce the marriage of their Flaughter Corfman to Marion h. Crowder of Lexington by. The ceremony was participated in by the father of the Bride or. G. A. Reeder and or. A. E. Piper. The Rev. Franklin g. Markley pastor of Norwood methodist episcopal Church has received during the year ninety seven people into his Church. Forty nine came in on the confession of Faith. This is another testimony to the vigorous character of that Church which All through the years has manifested a Strong evangelistic spirit. A or. Lucius h. By Bee the new editor of Church school publications will teach the lesson in the radio Church school on july 6. The of this service is broadcast from station wow at 9.30 a. M., Eastern Standard time for All who Are unable to attend local Church schools. A Ohio Wesleyan Delaware Ohio and White Cross school of nursing Columbus Ohio connected with the White Cross Hospital under the auspices of the methodist episcopal Church and superintended by or. John c. Benson have completed arrangements whereby they will co operate in offering certain combined courses for the training of nurses. A the Rev. H. E. Kelley former world service Secretary of the Indianapolis area has been appointed to a new position in Chicago under the auspices of the world service commission. His duties we la Arn will be to organize local world service councils. There Are 1,300 of these now in existence. This is another Effort of the commission to carry its interest Down to the last local unit. A Harry Webb Farrington will publish this fall an autobiographical novel entitled a Kilts to togs orphan it will be illustrated by Well known artists. Or. Farrington has just started off for Baltimore Bel air and Darlington in Maryland Piedmont in West Virginia and Williamsport Dickinson Seminary in Pennsylvania to collect photographs of persons and places concerned in the Story. Mrs. Dora Davis Farrington his wife has a volume of Short stories in preparation. Oie chapter in or. Farrington a Book will Deal with the incident of the origin of his a Harvard a Brothers College of Drew University Madison new Jersey announces the appointment of James a. Mcclintock As teaching fellow in philosophy and psychology for 1930-31. Or. Mcclintock received the degree of Bachelor of divinity this year from Drew University with the notation Magna cum an unusual Honor signifying a very High Grade of scholarship during his entire course of study. At the same time he received the master of arts degree independently from new York University in philosophy and psychology. He is a graduate of Willamette University where he was manager of the for senic Council. In addition he has taken work in the Kimball school of theology. A professor William Lyon Phelps of Yale University miss Jane Addams noted Chicago social worker and or. Robert Freeman pastor of the Pasadena presbyterian Church and former Moderator of the presbyterian general Assembly have been named by president Benjamin s. Winchester of the hymn society a National organization of hymn writers and composers As the judges in the contest for a prize hymn on the subject of a peace a offered by the society. More than two thousand manuscripts have been received for judgment in the contest which has just closed. When the winning hymn has been selected another prize will be offered for the Best musical setting. A the Rev. Daniel Mcgurk d.d., now living in Dayton writes us that he has practically recovered from his recent indisposition which caused his retirement. He is actively engaged doing almost As much work now As he when in the pastorate. During the month of May he gave the than offering Sermon for the woman a foreign missionary society at Walnut Hills. During june he preached the pentecostal anniversary Sermon at Wesley Chapel and later delivered the St. Johns Day anniversary Sermon at Westwood. He was Back in his. Old haunts where he and mrs. Mcgurk received a wonderfully warm reception. He informs us that he will be available for a few Supply engagements during the summer. The Rev. W. T. Davis pastor of Patoka ind., is bereaved by the death of his wife who passed out of this life wednesday june 18. The ceremonies of the service were conducted by the Rev. G. H. Murphy and the Pioneer Rev. W. Patrick assisted by the Rev. Rus sell Phillips Ruth v. King and Horace Spring. The ladies of the Patoka methodist episcopal Church missionary society tended in a group and Sang a will there be any stars in my Crown two other musical numbers were Given by the local quartet. At the conclusion of the service the procession led by the Rev. G. H. Murphy motored to Sullivan ind., where the burial service was held. Mrs. Davis was Botn in Pike county near Union september 30, 1863. Melvin a. Traylor president of the first National Bank Chicago and one of the organizers of the International Bank on june 14 was elected president of the Board of trustees of Northwestern University to succeed Robert w. Campbell who has removed to California. Or. Traylor has been a member of the Board since 1922. Two new members elected to the Board at the recent meeting Silas h. Strawn widely known lawyer and Leslie m. Gooder Chicago business Man. Or. Strawn will fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Alexander h. Revell while or. Gooder will succeed William r. Parkes alumni representative whose term expires this year. Or. Gooder is past president of the Northwestern University general alumni association. A a Dean William p. Tolley of Brothers College Drew University has announced the appointment of doctor Hermann Meier of Passaic new Jersey As instructor in German language and literature for the school year 1930-31. Or. Meier is a graduate of the humanist Sches gymnasium of Nuremberg and holds the degree of doctor of philosophy from the University of marburg. In addition to his graduate studies at marburg or. Meier has also been a student at the universities of Munich Berlin and Wurzburg. Or. Meier is greatly interested in sanskrit and comparative philology As Well As in the germanic languages. As he has just return two months ago from a years study in g Many he will bring to the students in Brot ers College a thorough acquaintance with pres ent economic social and educational conditions in Germany. T a the University of Southern California announced gifts and pledges amounting to $3,239,892 at the recent commencement exercises commemorating its fifties anniversary. Delegates from 25 foreign governments 38 institutions in foreign countries 162 institutions in the United states and from 45 Learned societies and educational associations were present during the Semi Centennial Celebration. Fifty seven honorary degrees were conferred. Among those honoured were Mei Lan Fang famous chinese actor Carrie Jacobs Bond composer Henry suzzallo National Leader of educational organization and administration Vizconde de Casa Aguilar distinguished scientist University of Madrid George w. White former president of the University of Southern California and War ran Bradley Bovard vice president and comptroller of the University. Twenty three consuls representing foreign governments were among those receiving honorary degrees. A the men and women who receive degrees from the College of Liberal arts Syracuse University in the future must pass a rigid speech test before graduation it has been announced. This step has been taken because University authorities feel a cultural background is worthless unless one has the ability to speak fluently and correctly. When a freshman registers in the College of Liberal arts he will be submitted to a a performance test in Oral speech. If members of the faculty of the school of speech pass him in the test his requirements in that line will have been fulfilled. But if he uses Slang Freel or is unable to express his thoughts we he will be Given a deficiency which must be removed from his record before graduation. If he has a foreign accent it will be removed by careful training in a class with other students who have accents. Classes will be established to remedy defects or to teach the proper use of the voice. Courses in Public the the embarrassment Felt by Many individuals who re called upon to speak in Public. July a 19so 737

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