J. Raymond Hemminger
of at at a J. RAYMOND HEMMINGER Special to Tht Telegraph Carlisle, Pa., Aug. 2&. J. Raymond Hemminger, the Sankey of the Cumberland Valley, one of the most noted gospel singers of the yorld, has arrived at his home in this place, and will remain herel for a period of severa. months. Mr. Hemminger Just returned from a trip to England whera he was the guest of Charles M. Alexander, the noted singer with Dr. Wilbur Chapman, the evangelist, who Is now delivering addresses at Mt. Gretna. Prior to his T - r,crionH trin rprentlv. Mr. Hemminger returned from a trip a year and a half half to Australia, where he was with the Chapman party as a slngor, rank lntr eaual in popularity with Mr. Alex ander. Mr. Hemminger was accompanied to Carlisle by the Rev. Dr. W. T Nicholson, an evangelist of note, and Gordon Johnson, a prominent musician, of Melbourne, Australia. Mr. Johnson Is spending a few weeks with friends at Millersburg. He is Mr. Hem - mlnger's pianist. On his last trip Mr. Hemmlner covered over 60,000 miles. His work has taken him Into all parts of the world, and he has assisted ln bringing thousands of people to the cross. At the beginning of their work ln Perth. West Australia, the mayor of the city, city councillors and others gave Mr. Hemminger, the Rev. Dr. Nicholson and Mr. Johnson a public civic reception. Since coming back home for a rest, Mr. Hemminger has been continuing his work, and in Lebanon held one of the biggest meet lngs in the State. There he had i choir of BOO voices. The remainder of the year will be spent ln conducting meetings In America. Later Mr. Hem minger will appear in two Harrisburg cnurcne.