1910-11-15 Reese Price - Christian Endeavorers
CECITY UNION INSTALLS OFFICERS State Secretary A. J. Shartle Addresses Conference Banquet Banquet and Bally. With the annual conference in the afternoon, a dinner and impromptu addresses at 6:30 ' o'clock and the installation installation of officers and monthly rally in the evening the Christian Endeav - orers of the city and county yesterday had a busy day. i The conference in the afternoon was held in the. parlors of the Grace Reformed Reformed Episcopal church. A. J. Shartle, Shartle, state secretary, outlined the vital issues befor.e the societies for the benefit of 125 oflicrs of the different organizations. The purpose of the conference was to' bring new ideas and new thoughts before the executivt officials of the societies affiliated with the city union. i Following the conference a dinner was Served the delegates at the Young Women's Christian" association. There were a number of informal talks by state - officers.' - Rev. Richards Roberts, - of the Adams Avenue chapel, president of the City union, .presided over the rally in the evening in the Grace church; Reese Price, vice - president, read the Scripture lesson and Capt. R. L. Granger Granger offered prayer. . During the rally the banner committee committee announced that the society of the Puritan Congregational church had seventy - seven per cent, of its membership membership present and awarded the banner to that society for' the month. W. Grant Shields, of Philadelphia, and State Secretary Shartle were tha speakers. The officers installed'were: President, President, Rev. Richard Roberts; first vice - president, Reese Price; second vice - president, Chester Thomas; recording secretary, Miss Anna M. F. Hummler; corresponding secretary, Herbert R. Hull; treasurer; Miss Rachel Jones.