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On the eve of Dr. Dennis* depar ture the congregation of which he has been such an important part as sembled at the church to say good bye and wish him well. The church has no pastor at present, so the writer of this notice was asked to be pres ent and bring a message. When he had spoken, members of the church arose and told Dr. Dennis of their love for him and their deep approval and admiration for his decision to give his time and energies to the gospel. They recognized the event as Important and far-reaching, and they wisely seized the moment and made much of it. One could wish this send-off scene might have been widely witnessed by the talented young men of our de nomination. It is altogether prob able that if the home churches would Church Collection Envelopes Orders for envelopes for the church year beginning April 1, 1922, should be sent at once to assure delivery on time. 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That the women of this Auxiliary desire to go on record in evidence of their appreciation of Dr. Lacy's work in helping them build up an organization which has more than quadrupled its membership and gifts during h'.s pastorate. Third. That in the going of Dr. Lacy the Auxiliary loses a faithful friend and helpful counselor. Fourth. That the women of the Auxiliary have at all times found in Mrs. Lacy a faithful worker, ready to co-operate in every good word and work, thereby greatly aiding the or ganization in its power for good in the community. Fifth. That the secretary incor porate these resolutions in the min utes of the January meeting arid have them published in our Church papers and in the Winchester Star. Mrs. Frank B. Crawford, Mrs. S. L. Lupton, Miss Lillie L. Crum, Committee. WOMAN'S WORK. (Continued from page 7) for the children came in such num bers I could not eat my breakfast in peace. Do not send leaflets and literature in English. Some friends have 3ent by registered mail quantities of old quarterlies. I only wish I had had the postage that it took to bring these old papers. They are of no use. The only thing in English usable are the old Peloubet's Sunday school notes or such books that each missionary cam use. Send the large picture rolls, the small lesson picture cards, old razor blades, Red Cross buttons, a few Pe loubet's Sunday school notes. For the lepers send men's vesta (new or old), sewing needles, safety pins, bandages, soap, wristlets or mufflers, old spectacles and almost any kind of old clothes. For the past three months we have been saving up the packages from America, so on December 24th they were all opened and a most wonder ful array of supplies was found, and every leper in the home had a nice present of some sort. One friend" sent a pencil-sharpener, which was the most attractive gift, for you should see these fingerless lepers try ing to sharpen a pencil. 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