Presbyterial Meeting_1921

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Presbyterial Meeting_1921 - Presbyterial Meeting Is Now In Full ':·' Tbe...
Presbyterial Meeting Is Now In Full ':·' Tbe auditorium of the Second Pres- -byterian church was well filled Wed- "ncsday night at the opening session of '..the Presbyterial Missionary meeting. · which began a two diiy session here yesterday. Following the calling of the mi-et. ing to order by the Ucv. Dr. Oorge Phillip Horst, pastor of the Second '.church; the Kev. R'iss B. Curlwright. "pastor of the Central Presbyterian '. church, and stated clerk of Ports' mouth Presbytery, conducted the do', rotioiml exercises, reading from the !)th and 10th chapters of St. Paul's .'epistle to tbe Itomans, and offering .the invocation. Mrs. Albert Marling, in the name of ' the missionary societies of the Second "church, welcomed the delegates to the · 4."th annual convention: and Mrs. ;'Sarah Stevenson of Winchester, responded f"r the Presbytorhil. · · Mrs. M. C. P.ngh s.-nig "Thou Shalt Keep Him In Perfect Pence." and Mrs. !'W. A. Qiiiun ami Mr. Maltby Huggle.s ·-sang "The B e a u t i f u l City." Miss Ho'en Kltorich. missionary, or iChefoo, China, also spoke, drilling at ·length on conditions there. i Tbe iirogram for today provides ·for n morning session at !) o'clock, at ." which the business of the convention ,was traii'sactcil. At 1 :·'!(' the afton-.oon session con- · vrned. Miss H. 11. r.-iinpbell conducting the devotional, anil Mrs. H. A. Wilson of C i n c i n n a t i ipukinir a t a l k on "Christian Social Service." Mrs. P.. ·]·". Kimble sang. · At. the close of the program the reports of committees were received. The evening session, at 7:MO. will be a young peopb's rally. The list uf deb-gales fol'ows: Sirs, .lames. Morgan and Mr. C!. C. Calliihnu. Jackson. Millie X. Harold. Klcanor Allison, Mnry Campbell and Dorothy Howard. Seaman; Mrs. Louis Pobst and Mrs. Rickey. Georgetown; Mrs. .1. F. Pliiminer, West Union; Miss Francis Stephen and -Miss Sadie V. Parker. Georgetown: Mrs. (J. P.. Fa'ton and Mrs. Pattern. Kck- mansville; Mrs. Stevenson and Mrs. Scbn-iver. Winchester: Mrs. Wilson. C i n c i n n a t i . 0.: Mrs. Townsenrt, .Miss Ilocrtel nnil Miss Stevenson. I r o n t o n ; Miss Curl Pat'ltz. Uusselvillo: Miss Mildred ]avis and Mrs. H. II. Sheldon, Jackson; Mrs. ILotviird Jenkins. Oak H i l l ; Mrs. J. Carrigan. J a c k s o n ; Mrs. Md.'utchi'Oii, Knsselvi'le: Mrs. K. W. Patterson anil Mrs. . C. Sell, Wellston; Mrs. M. S t i l t . Mrs. ('has. Ilohlen anil Mrs-, .liiines Smith. M a n - chester; Mrs. N. ]!. Tweed, K i p l Mrs. Harm's, and .Mrs. Wilson. West U n i o n : Mrs. A. F. Waters, Georget o w n ; Miss UeriruiU 1 Morgan. 1C. Jones. Miss Thelina W i l l i a m s Miss K a t h e r i n e Kwing. Mary Spvoaringi-n and Miss Ilo'en Lange. .Manchester; Miss Winifred Steward and Miss K m c i i n e .Taekson: Miss Kl'fie l.iral;e and Mrs. M a r y Devnre, Kipley: Miss Glenora Morgan. Miss Mavguivt .Morgan ::ml Miss Mihlrei! Jones. Jackson; Miss Grooms. Miss McChinahan anil Miss F. Plummer. Seaiiiiin; Miss Mayme Tucker. Miuicliester: Mr.-. Carraci. W e l l s t n n : Mrs. L. K. Mrs. M. 1.. P'muriK'r. S a n i l n i a T. M. Patterson and Mrs. linstow. ! Uipley. SISTERS COME TO HELP PREPARE FOR OPENING OF NEW HOSPITAL i Sister Sylveria mid Sister I'laiiillnn fivin Ktiehester, Miin.csota. arc in the eily solely for the purpose of assisting in the selection of i-iliiipmciit for Mercy Hospital, which will be ready for opening in .I line. They are pleased w i t h its h-carion and the progress made in Ihe present temporary bniMiug. Th' policy of conducting the hos- p i t a l is now miller advisement, millionth'.-, a n i l no ih'tinite aiinoinice- nK'Ht can he inaili' at t h i s time. The .sisters appreciate the k i n d and who|. -hearted interest t a k e I'll 1 people of Portsmouth in Ihe new h o p i t a ! anil a n t i c i p a t e rehiiioiis w i t h a l l . 'Father and Son Submit To Operations For Appendicitis; Both Are Recovering (iciM-ge \V. Hill of SIS Kightli slrCi-1 was o^vnil.wl upim for :i[i- p?iid!ci!:s y^tcn!ay. At I'oinp- stcad lii»!iilal t^nlay his couuitioii was rcslcrlcd s:;(i.sfac(;irv. His so:'. Tbi::i-.:'.s Hill, aged IS was or,i'r;i;ed IIJKIII fer ;:])i)fiidicit-

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  1. Portsmouth Daily Times,
  2. 07 Apr 1921, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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