Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
Church Given New Equipment A public address system has been installed in the West Fair - view Evangelical United Brethren Church and was formally present ed to the church by Lee Baker, president of the Men's Bible Class, on behalf of the men of the congregation. The system was utilized for the services Palm Sunday. Those bap tized were: Ruth Cecelia Lincourt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Armond L. Lincourt; Ronald W. Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Peters; Charles R. Barnes, Jr., son of Mr. ana Mrs. Charels R Barnes; Charles C. Stewart, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C Stewart; Bradley Mitchell Morse, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Morse; John Joseph Babish, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Babish Karlene May Espenshade, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Espen shade; Florence L. Toomy, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clement Toomy; Richard Westley Rudy son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rudy; Lawrence R. Honaker and Ester Mae Honaker. children of Mrs Mary Honaker; Ora Francis Hoch, daughter of Mrs. Zora Hoch; Sue Ann Stewart, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Stewart; Mrs. Betty Sanderson. More than 2,5 were present in Sunday School and 175 at the morning services. Evangelistic services opened with Palm Sunday when Family Night was observed. The largest family present was that of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clements. The speaker at services tonight will be the Rev. J. J. Hemmer; Wed nesday night, Sunday School night with William Wintler, Kenneth Kenneth Hoke and Alfred Kugler as speakers; Thursday, the Men's Class in charge and Friday, the Rev. Harold O. Sipe, guest speaker. speaker. The Rev. Ralph A. Stras - baugh spoke last night.