MINTER. (Special). — The fifth annual homecoming of the Methodist Methodist Church here was held Sunday, a large crowd gathering for Sunday Sunday school and morning service. This congregation, until recent unification of the Methodist branches, was a Metho.dist Protestant Protestant Church. Picnic lunch was spread under the spacious church shed that has sheltered many a revival during the hot Summer months in years gone by. In the afternoon, talks by former former residents and others participating participating in the homecoming were given, given, and the rest of the time was spent in singing. Among some of the former members in attendance were Mrs. E.J. Harvey of Milton, Mr. and' Mrs. John Quinton of Halesboro. Mrs. Sam Jeffus and Mrs. Arthur Nobles of Deport, Mmes. J. W. Woodard, H. L. Bell, C. M. Hill, J. N. Mills and Sallie Vickers of Paris. Other visitors included Richard Tharpe anjd family of Brookston, Oscar Woodard and family, Mrs. Paul Crawford and children and Clyde Humphrey of Paris.