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The Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - July 3, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioCincinnati and Vicinity or. And mrs. . Thomas celebrated their a Rolden wedding anniversary at their Home on Ashland Avenue East Walnut Hills tuesday july 1. Their children from new York and Chicago came Home for the Happy event. A mrs. O. E. Peters for Many years a prominent worker in our Walnut Hills Church passed away recently at her Home in this City. She is survived by her daughter mrs. Warren Kepplinger also a tireless worker in the women s missionary societies. A the Lovely Chapel of Bethesda Hospital was the scene of a Beautiful wedding on saturday afternoon june 28, when miss Laura Adele Diekmann Only daughter of or. And mrs. J. A. Diekmann became the 1 ride of Rev. Hailey Goodrich Gates pastor of the Church of the pilgrims in new York City of which miss Diekmann has for some of time been organist. The ceremony was performed in the presence of a Large company by or. Diekmann superintendent of Bethesda Hospital and the father of the Groom the Rev. P. P. Gates pastor of a Baptist Church in Binghamton n. The Young people will take a wedding trip to Europe. A the Rev. W. W. Holland who is completing his eighth year As pastor of the North College Hill Groesbeck charge has seen the membership increase 200% a new Church building constructed and nearly paid for has during this time added four degrees to his name Viz a.b., a.m., th.b., . The most recent one was bestowed upon him by Lane theological Seminary at its commencement last week. He has taught for six of these years half time in the department of sociology in the University of Cincinnati. Incidentally he has driven his Auto the equivalent of three times around the world in looking after his Parish duties. A first Church Norwood is having a successful year. All departments in both Church and sunday school have made considerable Progress. The new members since september 1, 1929, total More than one Hundred. The Church raised $17,000, breaking the previous years record of $9,500. At the fourth quarterly conference the pastor was Given an increase in salary of $200 and invited to return for the fourth year. He was also Given a month s vacation to suit his convenience. The Rev. Franklin g. Markley is the Shepherd guiding this flock. Herbert g. Richter is the Church school superintendent. Or. And mrs. C. C. Peale of the Westwood Church returned Friday june 27, from Syracuse n. Y., where they attended the wedding of their son the Rev. Norman Vincent Peale minister of the University Avenue methodist episcopal Church to miss Loretta Ruth Stafford of Detroit mich., on june 20. The wedding occurred in the Church in the presence of a Large company of clergymen members of the faculty of Syracuse University and friends from Syracuse and other cities. The ceremony was performed by Bishop Adna Wright Leonard of the Buffalo area or. Charles Clifford Peale father of the bridegroom and Chancellor Charles Wesley Flint of Syracuse University. The Bride a was attended by her sister mrs. C. M. Stafford of Detroit and the Groom by his brother or. Robert c. Peale of Cincinnati. Mrs. Peale is an Alumna of Syracuse University a teacher in the Syracuse Public schools and a Leader in University sorority and Church circles. Following the ceremony a dinner was served to the wedding party by Chancellor and mrs. Flint in their Beautiful Home. While in the East or. And mrs. Peale also attended the graduation of their son Leonard Delancy Peale from Cazenovia Seminary at Cazenovia n. Y., on june 23. The baccalaureate Sermon was preached by the Rev. Norman v. Peale and the class addresses cd a d v the inti an Cate Western edition an official Organ or the methodist episcopal Church published weekly by the methodist Book concern Cincinnati Ohio Ernest c. Wareing editor Dorr Diefendorf contributing editor h. E. , editor the n National methodist press All travelling preachers of the methodist episcopal Church Are authorized to take subscriptions subscription Price s2.00 a tear in Advance editorial the methodist Book concern 420 Plum Street Cincinnati Ohio Public think agents John h. Race George c. Douglass o. Grant Markham publishing agent emeritus George p. Mains advertising rates on application were Given by Bishop Adna w. and Bishop Wallace e. Brown an alumnus of the Seminary. The commencement was featured by the presentation of the diploma to Bis son who was a member of the class by Bishop brawn and the presentation of the diploma to Leonard Peale by Bishop Leonard for whom be was of Asbury Hall a dedication exercise was held during the commencement session of de Pauw University that will Likely become historic. That University has been closely through the years associated with the name of Francis Asbury the first Bishop of the methodist. Episcopal Church. Indeed the school at first bore his name. Back in the time when there was Only one building marking the location of the College at Green Castle ind., the name a old Asbury became associated with the building and the traditions of the school. The Corner Stone of the first building of Asbury University was Laid june 7, 1837. From that Day to this when one looks Back through the Long line of history of this rapidly growing institution he sees the name then is associated with the name the face of a Bishop whose Pioneer vigor and elemental urge sent him Back and Forth across the country fording streams making trails visiting Cabins piloting Emigrant trains bivouac ing on the Heights of the mountains and otherwise living in the open and dwelling beneath the stars. He was the incarnation of the restless Pioneer spirit. When his name was Given to the new University located at Greencastle Little the founders feel that they were using a name that would never perish from the Earth. Asbury Hall Depau University when the Corner Stone was Laid of the first building. Or. Henry b. Bascom one of the most gifted preachers of the methodist episcopal Church at that time delivered the Sermon. He was a preacher of unusual oratorical swing with a marvelous literary style that has passed away. If it could be restored to Day it would thrill and lift to the highest expressions of enthusiasm. That building was destroyed by fire in 1879. Later it was replaced and now comes a Structure which it to be known As Asbury Hall Dot Pauw University. The Day of dedication was saturday june 7. A careful program had been prepared by the president or. G. Bromley Oxnam. Many guests for the baccalaureate and commencement exercises were present. Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes of Chicago led the introductory ritual service. This was followed by a hymn written by the eminent teacher of literature of a old Wesleyan a Caleb t. Winchester. The invocation was offered by president Oxnam. The building was presented by or. Charles Barnaby chairman of the building committee and was accepted by the Hon. Roy o. West president of the Board of trustees. The first address was made by Bishop Edgar Blake of the Indianapolis area. He spoke on a Bishop Asbury As a religious Leader. He was followed by or. W. W. Sweet of the faculty of the Chicago University who spoke on a Bishop Asbury a As the prayer of dedication and Benedic Tion was offered Bishop Edwin Holt 3, 1930 739 shh

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