The Christian Advocate in Cincinnati, Ohio 25 Oct 1934
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The Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - October 25, 1934, Cincinnati, OhioChiefly about people the Exchange in pastorate has been an in new York City now Chancellor of Lin bounced Between or. H. G. Goodsell first Church Colorado Springs colo., and or. Wilbert Dowson of first Church Portland Ore. The office address of or. John Blackburn executive Secretary of the North East Ohio conference claimants fund is 977 Arcade Cleveland Ohio. His residence is at 1242 Ethel Avenue Lakewood Ohio. N a the Rev. John Baxter Howes of the Kentucky annual conference has been appointed to the North methodist episcopal Church Falls River mass. Or. Howes is taking work in Boston University school of theology. Or. Daniel b. Cassaday of Alliance Ohio now deceased made a bequest in his will to the conference claimants fund of the North East Ohio conference of $500. The bequest was made in memory of his father Joshua s. Cassaday. The amount has been received by the treasurer of the fund. Or. William a. Walls superintendent of Kent Ohio Public schools was the speaker for the Board of Temperance prohibition and Public morals at the de annual conference Moines Iowa in Burlington Iowa september 22, taking the place of or. Clarence True Wilson who was unable to by present. A or. Carl g. Doney president emeritus of Willamette a University Salem Oregon a former pastor of King Avenue Church gave the address before the methodist preachers meeting on october 15. Or. Doney recently has returned to Columbus to reside. His address is 194 West Royal Forest Boulevard. A mrs. Matthew Herrmann wife of the Rev. Matthew Herrmann and Matron of the be Thesda Home for the aged Cincinnati Ohio where her husband is superintendent passed away on sunday morning october 14, in the Bethesda Hospital where she had been a patient for about two weeks. The funeral was held at the Bethlehem Church october 16. A miss Marie Leder of Covington ky., an employee of the methodist Book concern for Many years and in charge of Book exhibits at the Rivervale Epworth league Institute Indiana and or. Walter r. Horst son of the Rev. Or. J. H. Horst of the Central German conference were United in marriage on september 29 in fifty first Street Church Indianapolis. The Rev. Or. Wilbur d. Grose assisted by Norbert g. Talbott performed the ceremony. The Indiana state Council is to be held in Broadway Church Indianapolis november 7. Following the meeting of the Council a preaching conference will be held in the same Church under the auspices of Depauw University on november 8 and 9. Among the preachers will be Bishop Edgar Blake Louis Untermeyer Carl Knopf Henry Crane and Reinhold Niebuhr. The conference will be open to ministers in Ohio and Kentucky As Well As to those in Indiana. A John Warren Hill has been appointed by mayor Laguardia Justice of the Domestic relations court of new York City for a ten Vear term. He is a son and grandson of methodist ministers the grandson of the Rev. J. W. Hill sr., deceased a member of the Western Ohio conference for Over fifty years and son of or. John Wesley Hill it a a 11 /1� y a v a a a n a a a a a a / ?� i a it a i formerly pastor of the metropolitan Temple Coin memorial University Cumberland Tenn. Gap a mrs. Lydia e. Lloyd wife of the Rev. We. A. Lloyd passed to her Reward on tuesday october 3, in Leesburg pa., where her husband now serves As presbyterian minister. Funeral services were held at Leesburg and later at Jackson Ohio where interment was made. Besides the husband two children Are left to share the sad loss. Over Twenty five years gave an address of tender appreciation. He characterized or. Lewis As a Man who always had a High sense of Mission for himself and associates concerning religious instruction. As a writer he was deemed Clear and straightforward progressive in thinking but conservative in action. The Rev. Alpheus b. Austin a Fornier pastor of or. Lewis read a finished address upon a Cdr. Lewis As a the Rev. Or. George c. Douglass closed the services with prayer. Both of or. Lewis sons Edward and Carol h., were present in the service. Among the Many messages of esteem received was one addressed to the sons signed by the two former presidents of or. Lloyd was formerly pastor of methodist Chattanooga University of which or. Lewis episcopal churches in Hartford. Tinn Canoe and Mineral Ridge of the North East Ohio conference. Pastors observe advocate Day november 4 material will be sent to you from the publishers subscribers give your renewal order to your pastor on advocate Day november 4 or. Charles Coke Woods Well known As a poet and minister in methodism passed away september 4 in the Home of his son the Rev. Martindale Woods in Alameda Calif. A memorial service was held in first Church Alameda on wednesday september 5, or. Edgar a. Lowther making the address. Funeral services were held on Friday september 7, at Forest Lawn cemetery Glendale with or. Elmer e. Helms in charge. Bishop Charles Edward Locke gave the address. The Rev. H. Zalouk Fikret former pastor of York Street Church Cincinnati Ohio and at present associate pastor of Hyde Park Church Cincinnati will be available for one two or three Day Mission engagements during the coming months. He was born of turkish Mohammedan parents and after attending the american Mission schools in his native land was educated in Scotland and America. His messages tend to strengthen missionary and evangelistic motives of the people who hear him. His address is 1147 Halpin Avenue Cincinnati Ohio. Funeral of or. Edward s. Lewis the senders were held on wednesday Afemon october 17, in Maplewood Church mount Auburn under the direction of the pastor d. Finley Wood. Special sections of seats were reserved for methodist ministers and for employees of the methodist Book concern. Or. A. G. Schatzman District superintendent read a poem highly prize by or. Lewis beginning a i am on a shining pathway a and later read an original poem by or. Lewis entitled a a lenten he also read the Beautiful poem a the Homeland 0 the or. Lucius Bugbee editor of sunday school publications for which or. Lewis had Laboured so effectively for once i was president or. John Race and or. Arlo a. Brown and by the present president or. Alexander Guerry. Interment was made in Spring Grove cemetery Cincinnati Ohio. J american University the fall semester opened with an entering class of 1.50, the largest in the history of the institution. In addition to the District of Columbia Twenty eight states Are represented. Students come from states ranging from Maine to Arizona. Miss Eunice Jones daughter of or. And mrs. E. Stanley Jones of India and Harold Warner the son of or. And mrs. A. N. Warner of India a Are among the new students families have two members each enrolled in the University. Conference assignments in the United states conference place Date Florida Georgia. A. Hawaii Mission 12 , d. C. June 4 11 Central april 24 Central West Kansas Cit april 24 Colorado. Palmer Lake. June 19 Delaware. Philadelphia april 3 Detroit. Bay 26 East 3 Eastern ave. N. 26. . 31epworthoct, 25honolulufeb. Kansas. Parsons. Mar. 6 latin Amer. Miss. Gardena Calif. June 21 Lexington a. 1 8 Newark Newark april 24. New England Southe Calvary Taunton. New , n. H new Mexico 6 new York 11 new York 9 North Indian fort Wayne. April 30 Northern new York. 8 Northwest Indiana Battle ground june 12 Oregon. First Church Salem june 18 pacify chinese Francisco May 29 Pacific japanese miss 1, referred. May 31 Pacific Northwest. Moscow Idaho june 11 Philadelphia Philadelphia mar. 7 puerto Rico miss. Aibonito. Feb. 14 Savannah 1.savannah.nov. 29 St. Johns River Miami May 1 South . 5 South Florid Daytona Beach. Jan. 24. Southern California. Long Beach june 25. Southwest Kansas. Wellington. Oct. 24. Troy. Referred. April 3. Utah 30 Vermont 21. Washington j Harrisburg a. April 3 Western norwegian danish. 23 Wilmington. Referred mar. 27 Wyoming. Endicott april 21 Wyoming Statie Sheridan. June 12 outside the United states Bishop Jones. Hughes. Magee. Hughes Mead. Cushman. Richardson Blake. Brown. Lowe Jones. Lowe. Baker. Cushman. Magee. Smith. Leonard. Mcconille Burns Burns Leete Smith Lowe Blake Baker Blake Lowe Magee Magee Lowe Richardson Richardson Keeney Keeney Clair Jones maj tee Cushman Waldorf Leete Brown Hughes Magee Hughes Smith Cushman Sumatra miss Malaya Annua conf. Philippine islands. North East Germany Austria miss conf. Yugoslavia miss. Hungary miss conf. Italy Switzerland South Germany Southeast Germany Northwest Germany. Central Germany. Bulgaria miss conf. Liberia conf. Medan dec. Singaporean. Manila feb. Referred mar. . Skopje. April nor Yeghasa april Bologna april Baz Eljune Rousse aug. Referred Jan. Lee Lee Lee Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Johnson 906october 25, 193-f
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