Rev H.W. Kahre July 3, 1899
A RED 1ETTER DAY. German Lutherans Celebrate Their Fortieth Anniversary. Yesterday was a red letter day with the members of the German EvjLns^li- cal Lutheran, Zion's church at the corner of Third and Chestnut streets, it being- the fortieth anniversary of the organization of this society/ The oc- of Evansville,. Ind.. preaching- the sei- mon. In the- afternoon at 3 o'clock the history of the church was read, and in the evening the services were in Ens lish, conducted by Prof. Doorman o. Chicago. During the entire day excellent music, both instrumental and vo cal, was rendered, and the selections were greatly enjoyed. liev. H. w Kahre is the pastor of the church which is enjoying prosperity under his faithful ministry. The church was beautifully decorated with evergreens and fiowers and the following program was carried out: Prelude—M. Paysen. , Hymn—Congregation. In troit—Minister. "Gloria, Patri,"—Congregation. "Confession"—Minister. "The Kyrie Eleison"—Congregation. 'The Absolution"—Minister. "Benedic Anima. Mea"—Congregation "Te Deum "Latidamus"—Choir. (Minister) The Lord be with you (Congregation) and with thy spirit (Minister) Epistle of the- clay. (Congregation) Sanctify us, O Lord, etc. (Minister) Gospel of the day. (Congregation) Praise be- to the O Christ. Minister—Creed. Hymn—Congregation. Sermon—Prof. Doermann, from Chicago. History of the Congregation—Rev. Schoenlein. Soprano Solo—"The Holy City," Miss Iva Sas. Offertory and collection. Hymn. Benediction. Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves at Bolton's, East Sixth streect.