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The Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - September 25, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioChiefly about people Bishop Edwin f. Lee missionary Bishop of Singapore was the speaker recently at the conference of the Indianapolis District held at Broadway methodist episcopal Church. Mrs. C. C. Peale of Cincinnati will give the addresses for the woman a foreign missionary society at the Kentucky and the West Virginia conferences meeting this month. Bishop Thomas Nicholson leaves october _ _ j 1 _ ill a of t v c other members of the commission on methodist Union in Korea. A prof. Rufus m. Jones of Haverford College was one of the speakers recently at the sixth annual ministerial Retreat of Indianapolis. He spoke on the subject a the practice of the presence of god. A the Rev. Charles a. Parker pastor of St. Luke s methodist episcopal Church Chicago was recently one of the speakers at the Celebration of the Golden Jubilee St. Paul a methodist episcopal Church Indianapolis. A Sadhu Sundar Singh Indian Christian preacher and lecturer who was supposed to have gone into Tibet a couple of years ago is still lost to the world according to the Indian government. The search for him continues. Or. E. Stanley Jones gave a series of five lectures in Simla India under the auspices of the y. M. C. A. The first lecture was on the subject a is religion an opiate to the people a the other four were on a religion and a Bishop Raymond j. Wade of Stockholm arrived in new York on the a is. S. Hunks holing from Gothenburg monday september 8. He witnessed the passion play at Oberammergau and while in London had an interview with Premier Ramsay Macdonald. Basil Matthews the English author who is writing a new Hook on a nationalism bolshevik ism and material civilization a will he in this country during the fall spending two months and will lecture at Drew University and Boston University school of theology. A the Rev. C. R. Havighurst living at 1597 Franklin Park South Columbus Ohio recently passed through a very trying experience suffering two major operations. He is now on the Road to recovery and feels assured that he will be As Good As Ever when on his feet again. A Bishop h. Lester Smith of Chattanooga area will deliver the Sermon at the sunday evening session of the annual convention of the american protestant Hospital association at new Orleans la., on october 20. His subject will be a the length and breadth and depth of our a a the Rev. Charles w. Brashares d.d., pastor of Grace Church Dayton Ohio will be the chairman of the state pastors Council held at Columbus Ohio during january 1931. The conference Date has been set for january 18-22. The meeting of the committee recently started the building of the program. A Bishop e. L. Waldorf has invited Bishop Raymond j. Wade of the Stockholm area to he a guest of the Oklahoma conference and deliver the evangelistic message each Day. Bishop Wallace e. Brown the Helena area will Render a similar service at the m Missouri inference Waldorf will preside. Over which Bishop the Ohio Council of churches will conduct its. Sixth annual Prince of peace Declama Tion contest among Young people of fourteen to eighteen years inclusive this fall. The official Book of selections to be used this year will be the same one As prepared for last years contest. Detailed information about the contest May be obtained from the Ohio Council of churches 215 Outlook build ing Columbus Ohio. A the Rev. Frank Claire English d.d., has become related to the marts and Lundy association with offices in new York and Columbus Ohio. He will have charge of the Hospital division. He still retains his Secretary ship of the american protestant Hospital association. His permanent address is 4499 Erie Avenue Cincinnati Ohio. A the Rev William a. Brown who has been pastor of the first methodist episcopal Church in Buenos Aires Argentina for a number of years has submitted his resignation and will return to the United states. This is the american Church of that South american City. Any communication with or. Brown after november 1 should be sent in care of the Board of foreign missions no. 150 fifth Avenue new York City. Miss d. Willia Caff Ray whose work in India and elsewhere As an evangelistic preacher has been highly commended is to go to Africa on a preaching Mission. Friends of the Christian advocate Pacific edition Are furnishing the Money. Bishop Oldham headed the subscription and said of her a pm iss Caff Ray has a Fine Art of stirring up pure minds by exhortation and her Bright cheery presence is always a spiritual pastors having removed to other charges will kindly advise us of their new address. A circulation department. The Rev. John h. Willey of Montclair n. J., chairman of the permanent committee appointed by the general conference of the methodist episcopal Church for membership in the Board of managers of the lords Day Alliance of the United states is now acting president of the Alliance. Or. Willey has been intimately connected with the organization for Many years and has been one of its most Able speakers during the past fifteen years. A the Ohio Christian news states that three Ohio cities Dayton Cincinnati and Toledo a Are among the four cities that Lead the entire United states in enrolment in week Day religious education classes according to figures reported at the Chicago meeting of the National association of executive secretaries of councils of churches Dayton was credited with 10,500 pupils Cincinnati with 10,092, and Toledo with 8,000. Brooklyn n. Y., had an enrolment of 8,500. A election of three members to the Board of trustees of Ohio Wesleyan University has been announced. Or. E. S. Weaver Columbus who has been a member of the Board since 1926, was re elected. Or. Stephen k. Mahan pastor of Epworth methodist episcopal Church Toledo Ohio and or. I. E. Miller superintendent of Columbus District have been named As new members. Or. Mahan succeeds or. W. C. Hartinger who has transferred from Ohio to the Indiana conference. A mrs. Ella Yost the new director of women a activities it of the Republican National committee was a student of senator Simeon d. Fess chairman of the committee when he taught at Ohio Northern University. She is the first National committee woman from West Virginia. She and her husband Ellis a. Yost Are members of first methodist episcopal Church Huntington w. A. For some years she has been a National worker in the woman s Christian Temperance Union. A William Mckendree Snyder an artist of ability and prominence died at his Home in Madison ind., september 5, at the age of eighty one years. He was a son of the late Rev. W. W. Snyder of the Indiana conference and is survived by mrs. Snyder and one daughter mrs. Pearl Wade. Or. Snyder won Fame for himself As a Painter of Beach Woods which he made ave on canvass. His funeral services were conducted from his Home by the Rev. C. R. Stout pastor of Trinity methodist episcopal Church and his body Laid to rest in the Springdale cemetery Madison. J the crime detecting facilities of ultraviolet Light have been added to the resources of the scientific crime detection Laboratory of Northwestern University through the addition to the consulting staff of or. A. Pacini a Chicago scientist who maintains a Laboratory on Clinton Street. Within the last few years european crime detection laboratories have made remarkable advancement in the detection of poisons and the identification of stains on clothing and Wood by the use of Ultra Violet Light according to col. Calvin Goddard director of the crime detection Laboratory at Northwestern. A or. Frank Lee Roberts pastor,.of Central Avenue methodist episcopal Church Indianapolis was invited by the official Board on monday evening september 8, to remain As pastor. They rescinded the vote consenting to his Transfer to the Emory methodist episcopal Church Pittsburgh by a unanimous count and then unanimously voted for him to remain As pastor which he is going to do. This action was taken by the Board having the largest attendance for Many years upon his return from his vacation. This is one of the seventy three churches in methodism that Aid More per capita to world service this ast year than to ministerial support. A or. And mrs. Eugene a. Maccornack of Callao Peru arrived in new York from Cherbourg september 5, on the a is. S. Aqui Tania a after spending three months of their furlough in study and travel in Europe. Or. Maccornack and his brother or. D. M. Maccornack both Able surgeons with the assistance of their wives and american nurses All missionaries of the methodist episcopal Church Are carrying on a most successful work in the British american Hospital in Callao an institution of the Board of foreign missions. Their skill has attracted attention throughout Peru and they have succeeded in building up and maintaining a self supporting institution which ranks first in the country. A the misses Ruth and Anna Douglass daughters of or. And mrs. George c. Douglass of Cincinnati were Given a testimonial dinner by Captain George Fried of the s. S. America a while in route to Hamburg recently. Captain Fried who gained Fame in nautical circles through the Rescue of the British ship a anti Noel in 1926, married a Cincinnati girl. Miss Ruth Douglass who is professor of vocal music at it. Holyoke College and a member of the Schwoon Lake summer Colony of Oscar Seagle has been granted a years leave of absence to study musical methods in Germany and collect Folk songs of which she is Well known As a concert Singer. Miss Anna Douglass who has been teaching in the Public schools of Cincinnati will study mathematics at the University of Berlin and make a comparative study of the results of instruction in that subject As practice under Public school curricula in Cincinnati and Berlin. Bishop Edwin f. Lee of Singapore Manila area will sail from Seattle wash., on the a president Lincoln a november 29. He has had a full schedule of speaking engagement during the summer and during this month is representing the Board of foreign missions at the Nebraska Missouri Chicago Northwest Northwest Indiana Southern Illinois upper Iowa and Northwest Iowa conferences. A during october he will make addresses in several churches in the states of Washington Oregon and California and will be the speaker at the sunday evening mass meeting of the general executive of the to my has foreign missionary society at Springfield mass., october 26. This november engagements include Central Church Detroit Saint James Church Olney Philadelphia and first Church Baltimore. He and mrs. Lee will sail immediately after the meeting of the Board of foreign missions at new York cite. They expect to make a Brief Stop in the Philippines in route to Singapore. I september #5,. 1930 1049

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