Roy Robling directed orchestra, 1917
SUNDAY SCHOOL ENJOYS BANQUET: Moosic Presbyterians Spend Pleasant Evening in the Church Parlors. MOOSIC, Feb. 9. Several hundred persons thoroughly enjoyed the first annual banquet of the Moosic Presby terian Sunday school held in the church parlors this evening, with Harry George, superintendent of the Sunday school, as toastmaster In charge of the event, and the menu served by the T. H. Evans Sunday school class, everything that could add to the comfort and enjoyment of the guests was provided for. Roy Robling directed the Sunday school orchestra In a number of selections. The principal address of the evening was " delivered by Rev. DeWoody, pastor of the Calvary Church of Taylor. Rev. S. E. Neiklrk spoke on the Wild and Wooly West and there were addresses also by Rev. B. G. B. Van Dyke, pastor of the church, Alonzo Ellis and W. A. Win ters, assistant superintendents of the Sunday school. A feature of the evening's enjoyment was the appearance of Bill Steinke, Republican cartoonist, who headed the toast list with "Selected Odds and Ends." He kept his audience in continuous laughter with his funny stories.