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Are You Willing to Delay Your Church's Progress?
S< Mill* an* doing i list that. The grading for the spur t rack for Southwestern is finished, and the t rack is about completed. The architect's plans arc ready. The delayed payment of subscriptions alone retards our progress. The Board of Directors feels it is necessary to have the money in bank before contracts for the buildings are let. December is Pay-l'p Month. Send your check to L. (\ 1 Tunics, Trea.s SOUTHWESTERN The College of the Mississippi Valley MEMPHIS, TENN. K?*\ . Ilanicl MoikmI. his wile ami children. Madeline ne\l lict' mother, II ywiw old; Monism*, !? yours ; Kric, 7; and .Iran I'iciw, I years. Hl <;r KNOT KVAXCSKI.irAli SOCIKTV. At tho recent annual meeting of the Huguenot Evangelical Society, held at the J-'irst Presbyterian church, Richmond. Rev. \V. H. Hurkhardt. rector c?f C.race Episcopal church, was elected advisory president in the plac-2 of Hev. J. <!. Scott, who resinned af ter two years of faithful service. .Mrs. T. A. Cary, president of the Executive (Committee, also after many years of service, felt obliged to resign. Miss Kate F. Meade was elected in her place. All the other officers were re elected. The following is a part of a letter received hv the treasurer from Hev. Daniel Monod, who is supported by tin* society. He is pastor at May beuge, an important Home Mission station of t lie* Protestant Church of France, lie writes, on September 7th, that lie had just been able to move into tin* manse which was begun be fore the war and is now at last com pleted. Of the church, which was bad ly injured during the war, he says: ? We hope to complete its restoration during this year." lie then goes on to say: "I have a colleague this year. Ilefore the war there was a second pastor, who had especial charge of the popular work at Kotis-le-llois. We could not replace him after the war. Denominations $100, S500 and $1000 American Trust Company Tenth and Main Streets, Richmond, Virginia. Capital and Surplus, $1,100,000.00 .Mr. Scliloesing, whom you saw in America. having been sent to .Mill house. \\" ?? have ditliculty in finding pastors for ;i 1 1 our posts. ThPro ;ir-> live vacant posts at litis t i til <*. I think our allied friends have not always understood how much we have suf fered. and are still suffering from th ? war. We are all the more grateful io those friends who, like you. remain faithful ;i 1 1 <1 active. If the tnemhers of the Huguenot Kvaiigelical Society ever come to France, let them remem ber it would be with joy and grati tude we would have ;i visit from them. The* year lwis been good in a general way. Having the new pastor has al lowed me to begin again many of our pre-war activities, which I could not manage alone. The Thursday school i this is the day of the week on which the schools give holiday) has about i'imi children. The smallest attend a nee \v:ts 120. a decided improvement over last year. From 10 to 11:3" they siiiK and arc taught the history of the life of Jesus. From 2 to o'clock they are taught popular songs, and from 3 to 4 the nit'ls sew and the hoys do different kinds of work. Quick Relief to nuoNcm \i. SUFFERERS Cmi-h*. na<*:iv and l?r?nic*hi:il <*?>?( !.? ar#? relit v?mI proii pt!\ l?V t !??? \npoi of Cros?#U?ne ? ~ the st:itifl'?rcl ? i mont \v * t it forty y?v?r* ?.f mn? rossful iis?* -ts giiar ntiiiH*. T!u* ??i?M9t w'ulrly ;*?c?I rcinnly for whoop ing coucti ami spasmoil.!* frmm I turn- k * Vied 3;' 3 Si iul for descriptive booklet. 4S-C. For sale l?\ I Irutifiists. V A PO-CRESOI.EN E CO.. hi Cnurtlarult Si.. New York A GIFT THAT WILL PLEASE MOTHER, FATIIKR, BROTHER, SISTKR, FRIEND! IT IS ALWAYS A HARD THING TO KNOW JUST WHAT TO GIVE AS A CHRISTMAS THOUGHT PI T ALL THESE WORRIES AWAY THIS YEAR AND GIVE THE MISSIONARY SURVEY IT IS A GIFT THAT WILL LAST THROUGH THE YEAR, BRING ING EACH MONTH SO FULL PACES OF INTERESTING INFORMATION I)ii'l or husband wants to know when- the inonev lie gives to the Church is going T1IK SlKYKY U ILL TKLL 1 1 1 M . Mot her or wife is anxious to keep informed about t lie ( 'hu roll's work. TIIK SI ' K V K Y Will. CIV K I IKK TIIK INFOKMATIOX SIIK WANTS. The letters from our missionaries Ilome and Foreign will TIIK1LL ANY NOKMAL HOY < >|< CIRL! To each person receiving the Survey as a ( "liristmas gift will lie sent an attractive Christmas card bearing the name of the giver ami saying that the Survey is being sent for one year as :i Christmas gift. The subscript ion will begin with the 1'ecember num ber. which will lie sent so that it will arrive before Chiistiuas Day. Xl.no per year for single subscriptions; in clubs of five or more. 7.1 cents per year. < >1 K SPKCIAL CHKISTMAS OFFKK; if you want to give as many as three sub scriptions, we will make you the regular club price of 7.1 cents each per year; or wo will semi il to one address for three yeal's at this same rate. THE SURVEY IS THE OFFICIAL VOICE OF THE CHURCH Published under the direction of the General Assembly) AND CONTAINS EACH MONTH \ DEPARTMENT DEVOTED TO THE WORK OF EACH OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES AND TO THE WOMAN'S Al XII.1AR V l SK THIS BLANK IN OKOI KINC MISSION AKY SI'KV KY. Kox 1 1 7l>. Kichiuoiid, Ya. Please send the Missionary Survey years, beginning with l lie I )ecemher issue, to Name St. or It. F. I) ......... State Please also semi a Christmas card bearing my name to the above address. Name of giver St. or It. F. \) P. O .State