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May 9, 1951

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The Ottawa Journal i
Ottawa, Canada
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Wednesday, May 9, 1951
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S 11 i' -' - c ' . ... ', i i - I .: AX from local schools, went onto McMsster University snd Kni College, Toronto. church halL The newly ordained minister was presented with a -X-t 1 tSqdn. Ldr. N. Grsot. r - FOR A NEW HINIBtr.R. A VOID FtOM TME WML. Rev. Walter Allum, centre. ncwly-ordainfd minuter of the Presbyterian Church, feu a word of advice from.twd of his fellow minister after Uit night. Induction serviceThe Ottawa product, son ol Erakine Presbyterian Church, will have a minion In Brantord, Ont., at hit ftnt charge. Hia counsellors, pictured here at the reception, era Rev. Dr. Robert Good, left, and Fry Ornrge Sparks, moderator ot the Presbytery. (Jour- WU'aH. WM8-.-arJ i -- -.---"g-- ErskineiCeiemony Marks Ordination Walter Allum WaHer Allum, ton of William AlIum,V70J Somerset . street, west, IssY night was ordained into tht Presbyterian ministry at a solemn ceremony at Era, ins Church presided over by Rev. Ceorgs Sparks, Moderator of the rresbytery.. -.' Tot the coafrrfetion of Er. during the year. The three squsdrOns are: (1st (Ottawa Optimist) .under TO R. B. Stapledon and. PO C. R. Norris; 141 (Ottawa Dollard) under TO A. Corrigsn and PO Mifkiai. b.u iC B-k i ' A rvanayes and zu (Ottawa l.uo!..Zn,,t!,,l'd, numbers .00, a?trata iXn of wl" llru thlm-Ui f!i! 1? wfJ0 ?;.i!P Kuare at Rockcliffe SU- "' wsw. wi iiuwr.tiii irJCadet-Sqiiadfons To Give Display Thursday-Evening ; Thursday night Ottawa's three Air Cadet squadrons will demonstrate all the- things they have learned In their training program tion Thursday night at eight o'clock. Group Capt. W. 1. Clements, AFC, Chief Staff Officer. Air church Wmbera met Mr. andl r? Coinmand will carry Mrs. Allum at a reception in thel""t , , ' " I 'Many squadron awards will be purse of money -collected by thelDr"'"M '" snibition session, the Ladies" Aid. the 111 bi'ven by the Slat and Sunday School Teachers Aaso-l'4'" Kdfon elation and the Young Adult j Club. M or Mrsi Alium inert was bouquet. Rev. Aubrey Hancock, of Hawkesbury. preached the ordination sermon. The charge to the new minister was given by Rev. S. Buchanan Carey, clerk pronounced, the Benediction. All the clergymen present associated lnxthe Presbyterian Church's ordination reremony of the laying on J the hands. Mr. Allum's first charge wil be a Preshyteriai of ths Presbytery. Dr. Good Brantford. Ont i anmissioo at 15t Stephen's Men Britannia Hold Turkey Dinner . A largely attended: dinner. el the Mens Association of St Stephen's Anglican C hurt Britannia, was held Ust night la Ye Old Forge", with president Albert Bell In the chair. The members and guests welcomed by the president Included the former rector, -Rev. W. B. Morgan, who spoke a few words to the gathering, and W. t stoufMerh-Kerioltcttor lot The parish, who made the announcement that the transfer had been completed and the deed received for the new. church property recently acquired for the site of the new St Stephen's Church, situated on the southwest corner of Main street and Cameron avenue in Britannia, one block soutlror the rati ay tracks, re Mr. Ha ugh ton con gra tula ted the Men'a Association, for the results, -IMPORTED ENGIISHUBISCUIT8 - t." Xzr kV -a4 ' Vz Off Fashion Salon Suits 7,? r THE OTTAWA JOURNAL ' WEDNESDAY. MAY 9, 1951 tjiattK'-- Sri attendance and snade many eyggestiorls regsrding the future of the church in Britannia. .Rev. K. R, Cowan, rector of the parish, thanked Mr. Heugh-toa for his generous assistance an(l keen Interest In St Stephen's and also solicited the continued support of the men of the parish in working towards the building up of a church of which they would be proud. esPesker. 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