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(Continued from page 9) been ordained and installed as deacons in this church. Others will be ordained soon. S. B. Neal was in stalled as ruling elder in this church, he having served in this capacity in other churches. ltHdsville: A series of evangelis tic services was held in this church from July 13-ftl. The first threj nights wo had the help of representatives of the "Hilly" Sunday Club of Spar tanburg in personal testimony as well as musical service, all of which was highly appreciated. The other six days the Rev. It. Gordon Alatheson of Jackson Springs, North Carolina, was with us, preaching good, earnest and helpful sermons. There were eight professions of faith from among the young people, and we rejoice. The singing during the meeting was the best we have over had, using new "Life and Service Hymns" to ad vantage. To the Lord be all praise! TENNESSEE. Concord: This church, of which Rov. W. K. Powell is the beloved pas tor, enjoyed a season of great re freshing from July 16th through tho 23rd, during which days Rev. Johu W. Orr of Memphis preached twice each day tho gospel of God's grace with great acceptance to the people and in demonstration of the Spirit and of power. The church was richly blessed, there were IS professions of conversion and 15 united with this church. Family altars were estab lished in ten homes and the people, as a whole, have taken up their wov with a spirit, of the "old-time reli gion." Tho Sunday school, under the efficient direction of Mr. Charles M. Stewart, has shared in the revival. Jacksonville: This was formerly "Old Hickory Powder Plant.' 'Rev. K. C-. Scott, Presbyterial evangelist, to gether with liev. O. W. Tollett, the present supply, worked up a new or ganization here and 4G persons peti tioned Nashville Presbytery to organ ize them into a church. A commis sion from Nashville Presbytery came out and effected the organization. Tho following officers were elected and in stalled: B. P. Morse and J. E. Wil son, elders, and .1. L. Craig and J. H. Roberts, deacons. We now have fifty one members and the number is grow ing at each service. The Sunday school was organized the first of August. We hope to make this church self sustaining in short time. The new manse which is being erected by the Madison and Hendersonville churches will be completed in about a month and is a beautiful bungalow and will have all modern conveniences. The members of both of these churches are greatly encouraged, and the work hopeful and growing. C5. W. Tollett, Pastor Brownsville : After spending ten days holding a meeting at Buntyn, and two weeks in rest, our pastor, Rev. W. A. Alexander, returned from his vacation, holding communion service July 9th. Pour were received into the church, three of the number on profession of faith in Christ. This makes 21 who have been received into the church during the calendar year; 4 9 during the present pastorate of two years. The Young Men's Bible Class, taught by A. Mann Wills, will havo its annual camp on Hatchie river Au gust 7->2. There will probably be forty present for the full time of the camp, and many others will enjoy it piecemeal. TEXAS. Fort Worth Presbytery: At a re ccnt meeting of Fort Worth Presby tery, licentiate B. C. Boney was re ceived from the Presbytery of Wil mington and ordained and accepted the call of the North Fort Worth l'resbyterian church. Licentiate R. E. Hooker, recently received, from Paris Presbytery, was ordained that he might work under the Home Mis sion committee in the Haskell group of churches. Candidate Roy K. Mc Call was received from Dallas Pres bytery and licensed and ordained that he might accept a call from the Elias ville church. Licentiate P. A. Lot terhos was received from the Presby tery of Bonicia, U. S. A., and was or dained that he might work under the Home Mission committee in the Gor man group of churches. Rev. Bryan Blalock was received from the Church of the Disciples and granted permis sion to servo Broadway Presbyterian church of Fort Worth as pastor's as sistant. The pastoral relation between Rev. C. L. Altfather and College Ave nue church of Fort Worth was dis solved, to take efTect^July 17, and he was dismissed to the Presbytery of Dallas. Rev. J. M. Sedgwick of Ithaca was elected to fill out the un expired term of Mr. Altfather as stated clerk and treasurer. C. L. Altfather, S. C. Oolleffe Avenue Presbyterian Church, Fort Worth: After a pastor ate of nine and a half years, Rev. C. L. Altfather, D. D., leaves this church to accept the pastorate of the Flist Presbyterian church of Bowie, Texas. This was his second pastorate. His first pastorate was from 1S98 to 19o;j. Dr. Altfather writes: "I am leaving a fine body of people because I think that under ordinary conditions a ten years' pastorate is as long as is con sistent with the best interests of a church. The people of this church have shown us many kindnesses dur ing the pastorate and especially dur ing its closing days and they have ?.poken to us many kind words. Friends outside of the church have been very gracious in their expres sions of friendship." Mrs. Altfather was given a very copious surprise "shower." Dr. Altfather was pre sented with a fine suit of clothes, a hat and a gift of money. At a re ception given them in the church par lors, during which not a few pleas ant words were said, the officers of Broadway church very pleasantly sur prised Dr. Altfather by presenting him with a valuable traveling bag. as an expression of appreciation of some small services he had rendered them. Dr. Altfather leaves the church with the earnest prayer and hope that the people will be very richly blessed un der his successor. Dallas Prt\sl?yt?-ry meets in called session in Dallas, Texas, July 18, 1922. Rev. C. I,. Altfather, D. D? was received from the Presbytery of Fort Worth and order was taken for his installation at Bowie. The pas toral relation between Rev. W. H. (Continued on page 16) BOOKS THAT HELP US GROW UNFINISHED TASKS (Home Mission Text Book for 1922-1923) By REV. HOMER McMII.LAN, D. D., Socrctary of Home Mlamlon Committee of the Southern I'renhy terlnn Church. This is a vivid story of the effort of the Southern Presbyterian Church to meet Its obli gation to give the gospel message to our share of the unevangelized masses of the South. The book will give our Church a clearer view of the fine work already done, and a new vision of the great task yet ahead. 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