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The Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - July 3, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioAsbury College Wilmore Kentucky Ohio conference m in the heart of the far famed Blue grass 11 Lewis Robeson Akers d.d., ll.d., president a 8tandard cosmopolitan a a a Grade College enrolling the past year students from forty states and nine foreign countries. The College of Liberal arts provides fourteen majors leading to the degree of . A dynamic Center of spiritual Power for those contemplating Christian service at Home and abroad noted for its Fidelity to methodist standards for its Good Fellowship and unusual spiritual atmosphere. M the american University Washington d. C. Co educational graduate school 1901 f. Street n. W. Able faculty Strong courses original research. School of the political Sci ence professional 1907 f. Street. Diplomacy government foreign Trade economics. College of Liberal arts on its ninety acre Campus at Massachusetts and Nebraska avenues. Chancellor Lucius a Clark a school nursing Saint Luke a Hospital Cleveland. Ohio the school of nursing of Saint Luke a Hospital Cleveland Ohio offers a three years course in nursing to High school graduates Ages 18 to 35 years. New modern equipped Hospital 395 Beds. Classes admitted february and september. Official Hospital of the North East Ohio and Erie conferences of the methodist episcopal Church. For illustrated Booklet apply to the director of the school of nursing. Well known for spiritual standards. Standard College. A a a Grade in Indiana. College year opens september 17. Cost with Board and room $378. Address John Paul president Taylor University Upland Indiana Wesley collegiate 57th year Institute co educational accredited College preparatory and business courses Strong departments in music and Art athletics gymnasium swimming Pool mild and healthful climate moderate rates Clarence a. Short. M.s., pres., Dover Del. Chicago evangelistic Institute a Bible colleges a school of practice interdenominational co educational a training school for Christian service Lva Durham Vennard d.d., president Bishop William f. _ Oldham lecturer missions Rev. Joseph h. Smith director of evangelism no tuition. Expenses very Low. Write for information to dept. A 1754 Washington blvd., Chicago Parker a hair Balsam removes Dandruff Scop hair falling imparts Clorand Beauty to and faded Haj Elfi and $1.00 at druggists Hiscox chemical Patchogue n. Y. The summer school of religious education promoted by the area director Cecil d. Smith Lias had a Verv Able faculty and has been conducted in close to operation with the summer school of theology. Or. S. P. Franklin of Baldwin Wallace College has served As Dean and District superintendent f. C. Anderson has Given a series of Chapel addresses based on his recent tour of the holy land. A the last quarterly conference of the Twelvemonth was held by the Worthington methodist episcopal Church on monday june 16, following a dinner attended by Many members of the congregation. The reports revealed a very Gratifying situation. Almost a Hundred new members have been added to the Church Roll during the year and the financial situation is the Best shown for some time. Brief speeches were made by several members of the official Board bidding a Hearty godspeed to or. W. C. Hartinger the retiring superintendent of the District and praising the Fine leadership of the pastor Rev. Clarence s. Grauser. To the pastor the excellent Progress of the Church was recognized to be due in very great degree and he was unanimously and with Manifest cordiality invited to return to this charge next year. A the seventh annual methodist Day of Preble county was celebrated recently at Eaton Ohio. A special program was prepared for the Day by the pastor Rev. J. R. Stanforth. Sunday school morning worship and afternoon services we Ere held. The sunday school was superintended by Arthur Morton. Or. E. C. Eikenberry presided at the morning service when or. L. R. Akers president of Asbury College delivered the address. In the afternoon the Junior choir of St. Paul a methodist episcopal Church Dayton furnished the music. Seven churches were represented at the gathering Camden Gratis Eaton sugar Valley fair Haven Lewisburg and new Paris. A Basket dinner was served and a very enjoyable Day was spent by those present Many of whom expressed their appreciation and desire that the Observance should continue. Athens District a the fourth quarterly conference was held in Central Avenue methodist episcopal Church june 18. The Rev. H. J. Holcombe District superintendent delivered a very Fine and inspiring Sermon. The business of the quarterly conference was transacted. Several interesting reports were Given by the head of the various departments of the Church. These reports indicated that the Church is in finer condition both spiritually and financially than in its previous history. The quarterly conference voted unanimously for the return of their pastor the Rev. I. P. Day for the fifth year with an increase in salary of $400. The membership of the Church has increased More than 125%, and the pastors salary increased More than 100% during the last four years. The Church is planning a great program for the coming year. Defiance District Epworth league the annual convention of the Defiance District Epworth league was held at Grover Hill Ohio june 10, with the Rev. R. C. Hurley As the entertaining pastor. One Hundred and Twenty leagues from Twenty seven chapters registered. The convention was opened with the holy communion administered by the District superintendent or. O. L. Seward assisted by the Rev. R. C. Hurley pastor of the Church. Group singing was led by Mike Ringenberg of Montpelier. A cordial Welcome was Given in an address by the president of the Grover Hill league. The Rev. Roy c. Vandegriff of Edgerton Ohio a Leader of youth gave an illuminating address on a the youth of the Rev. Orlo d. Stewart of Sherwood Ohio entertained the convention by his pleasing impersonations of the a old Virginia fiddler a and a the old country or. Training school for Christian workers in Chicago for ministers missionaries pastors assistants Deaconesses religious education and social workers co educational no tuition self help moderate expense. Write for a Quot bulletin Chicago training school t 4949 Indiana Avenue Chicago Monnett school for girls a methodist boarding school for girls. First eight grades. Indiana state course of study. Music and Domestic arts. Homelike atmosphere. House mothers care for girls. Rates very moderate. Seventy five Miles South of Chicago. For Catalon and full particulars write to Mary a. Sager. Principal Rensselaer Indiana University of Denver school of Law 211 fifteenth Street Denver Colorado fall term opens september is of guaranteed life income is provided by investing in annuities for full detail a address w. J. Elliott treasurer Board of Home missions and Church Extension of the methodist episcopal Church 1701 Arch St., Philadelphia. M. W. Ehnes treasurer Board of foreign missions of the methodist episcopal Church 150 fifth Avenue new York. Al cod portable stereo Ticon i m a a v a it Taos established tote world wide Standard of projection excellence hundreds illustrated j lectures for rental co. Write Eor Victor animator Mph cd 237 Victor me few do ven port. Special easy terms Lowa. Ward gowns for choir and pulpit use circular k. A and samples sent free on request the c. E. Ward co. New London Ohio Christmas card agents earn Money for yourself or your Church. Sell our Box assortments of everyday cards Christmas cards and Christmas wrappings. Unusual values big profits. Write to Day for illustrated folder giving full information. Tim colonial Boaty line 395 Dwight St., Springfield mass. 915 grand ave., Kansas City to. 229 Balboa bldg., san Francisco Calif. 514 main St., Cincinnati Ohio. Hurch furniture Evary tag far of Carcic Aad Saladay Scoba he. From factory to Yon. Fia Catalon Trae. A Moulla Bros. S co a 1193 South 4th St., Greenville Ulinoff pipe tone folding organs to styles school Chapel Chautauqua and Fod no organs. Send for Cata Logue and prices. A. L7 White mfg. Co., dept. M. 115 Englewood ave., Chicago u. S. A Jusa Stewart is an exceptional entertainer with the violin and sleight of hand performance. The afternoon Devotion was led by the District first vice president Francis l. Fells of Van Wert in a Well prepared responsive 740july 3, 1330

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