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' I ' I ? ? ? i*? * with i ;;lll |ll'"l "ssiim-i ii* 1. il Ii I'roiti a tit oil); i ii.' \ < i u ? p.-i?|>!i'. and w?- ri?ji.i.'i?. Tin* :dni;ins; ilunn - i !n> mooting was tin* Ii" i wi' lia\i- ? vi r had. iisiim now 1 . 1 1 ? ? a' ii >i r\ H i* 1 1 > i ii 1 1 s " in ad vantage. To 'I1'' I. m l >?. all jirais.-! TI-:\ X I.SSIK. 1'iiiMuril: rids iii. nil i. of which ! 'V. V'? . i' I' l\\;'ll i-. thl' hl'lllVOll |KIS i ?!?. i'ii . u .i a.-mi i.i ur-nt r?? i 1 in .In . I lit li through (ho -' r I. <!ur:u : w ii ;? Ii days llov. John W ' ':?!? '?!' Ai' 'ii, 'His prom hi 'd iWiOi' ' ? ill 1 1 a I 1 ! r ? 1 <if tJ Oil's gRlCI' w i Si :? i ? a t :?<?< i ;.i i mo in 1 1 1 ? pmiplo a mi i ii ili'in i ? : i ' ? ; i ii in ? > r t ho Spirit mi l "i i"i .vi i". in- i-hiii'i'h wa- richly I.I' - > ? i . i l i 1 1 ? v. "i i I v pro! i 'ss inns ol '?oa v .-r i- in ami I ii ii il i-?l wh li i his ? li ' i i-i 1 1 i "a in i I v altars wore oslah I In ?' i'l 'i n Inilin ; ami till' pooplo. a' a w In 1 1 . ha\- lakmi Up llnir wo v.iili a spirii i.:' tin "ohl-l i im> ri'li gion." Tlu* Su inlay school, under tile tllU-ii-iit direction of Mr. Charles ,\l. Stewart. lias shared in i he revival. Jacksonville: I'his was formerly "old Hickory I'owilcr Plant.* "Kev. K. c. Scutt. I'rcshytcriul evangelist, to gi iher with Kev. < i . W. Toilet t . t li > ? present supply. worked up a new or ; i ni / ; i iiioii li'-ri- ami It! persons peti t ioni'd Nash vil 1* I'ri'stiytiTy t<> organ i; ? them into a church. A eotnmb si on from Nashville Presbytery came mil and el fort ed 111)- <>i -gani/.at ion. The following officers were elected ami in stalled: It. I'. Morse and J. K. Wil son. elders. and .1. 1.. Craig and .1. 'I. Huberts. deaeolis. We now ]ui?'0 Hfty one members and the number is grow ing at each service. The Sunday school was organ i/.etl Hie lirst of August. \\"i? hope to make this church self s ust ill iti tig in short time. Tin* new inansr wliich is hoing erected by the Madison and llt'iiilcrson villc churches will In- i iiiupleted in about a mouth and i>- a beautiful bungalow and will have all modern conveniences. The members of both of these churches sire greatly encouraged, and the work hopeful and growing. (I. W. Tollett, Pastor Hi'ouiisviile: After spending ten days holding a meet lug at Butttyn. and two weeks in rest our pastor. Uev. \V. A. Alexander, returned from his vacation, holding communion service July JMIi. Four were i'^celvd Into the church, three of the number on profession of faith in Christ. This makes j i. who have been reeei vod into the church during the calendar year; 4:1 during Hie present pastorate of two years. The Young Men's Bible Class, taught by A. Mann Wills, will have its annual cam p 011 Hatehlu river Am gust 7-J2. Tlu'i'i1 will probably be forty |irm>iil 1 ? n* tin* lull time of the t*a 11111. tuiil many others will enjoy it piecemeal. t i:\.\s. I oil Worth Pwliytery: At a re <?< 11I meeting of Fort Worth Presby tery. licentiate It. <\ Honey was re ceived from the Presbytery of Wil mington and ordained and accepted tin- call of the North Fort Worth Presbyterian church. Licentiate It. I'. Hooker, recently received, front I aris Presbytery, was ordained that In- might work uiulcr the Home Mis slon committee in the Haskell group of churches. Candidate I toy K Me t'all was received from ilnlh's Pres bytery and licensed and ordained th.it lie might accept fi call from the Klias ville church. Licentiate P. A. l,ot terlios was receiv< d from the Presby tery of Uoiltcia. S. \., and was or dained that lie might work under the I ionic Mission committee in the Gor man group of churches. Rev. Bryun lilalock was received from the church <n the Disciples and granted permis >ion to serve Broadway Presbyterian church of Port Worth as pastor's as sistant. The pastoral relation between llev, ('. 1.. Alt fat her and College Ave nue church of Port Worth was dis solved. to take eftect^July 17. and he was dismissed to the Presbytery of I 'a I las. llev. J. M. Sedgwick of Ithaca was elected to liil out 1 lie un expired term of Mr. Altf.it her as staled clerk and treasurer. C. Ij. Altfuther. S. t\ College A Venue Presbyterian Church, Fort \V?>rtli: Alter a pastor :t l < ? of ii i ii?* ami a half years, llev. ('. i.. Alt fat lu'r. 1>. I)., leaves t his church in accept the pastorate of tin* Fiist Presbyterian church of Howie, Texas. This was his srcuiiil pastoral*'. 'lis lirst pastorate was from iSlt.s to ! !???.: Dr. Altfather writes: "1 am leaving a line hoily 01' |>? ople because I think that under ordinary condit ions a tea years" pastorale is as long as is mi sisleiil with the best interests of a church. The people of this rliurch have shown us many kindnesses dur ing the pastorale and especially dur ing its closing days and they have s jioUeu to us many kind words. Friends outside of the church have been very gracious in their .?xpr-'s >-ions of friendship." Mrs. All fa I her was given a very copious surprise "shower." Dr. Alt father was pre sented with a line suit of clothes, a hat and a gift ol money. At a re ception gi\en them in the church par lors. during which not a few pleas ant words were said, the others of Hroadway church very pleasantly sur prised l>r. Alt father by presenting hi ill with a valuable traveling tag. as an expression of appreciation if some small services he had rendered them. Dr. Alt father leaves the church with the earnest prayer and hope t hit the people will In very richly blessed un der his success ir. Dallas Pi eshytery meets in called session in Dallas, Texas, July IS. I!?1'2. Hev. C. D. Mlfalher. D. D. was received from the Presbytery of Fort Worth ami order was taken for hi? installation at Howie. The pas toral relation between Rev. \V. II. (Continued on page I ?; ) BOOKS THAT HELP US GROW I \l IMMIIll) T \ ?K S ill Mission Text Book for 1022-1923) I :y IfKV. ll<>Mi:U McM 1 1 .1 /AN, 1">. D., Sicrclsirj <>!' Home >1 imoion Committee of the Southern I'rewlij te rill II Church. s is a vivid story of the effort of the li. in I 'reshyterian C'huivh to meet its t?L?li - ;.".t!ioM to jrive ilo- frospel message to our share tin- n in- v.i ii m-liy.i-il masses of the South. The I. w i ! 1 u i v i ? our Church a clearer view of the ? work already done, anil a new vision of the k t task yet ahead. I'jiper. 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