Mrs. Alex Pierson had a tent at the camp and had as visitors Mrs. Annie Logan and Miss Jennie Logan

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 - ISPR SAVES FROM DECEIT preacher at Twin Qakil...
ISPR SAVES FROM DECEIT preacher at Twin Qakil Camp De fends the Action of People Who Shoutr EXHIBITION OF COMMON SENSE It As Evidence of Something Received That the World Cannot Give, "Young women," if you knew .the Beceit in the heart of the young man with whom you are - walking-. around the grove, you would-ship him," remarked remarked the Eev. 3. A. Ward, of New 1'ork, last night, in the first of a series series of sermons rto be .delivered by him at Twin Oaks camprneeting Mr. Ward was speaking from the text found in the-book of Titus. "He saved us." He illustrated, in various ways. how. the gospel savesr"people from deceit, from being foolish and from sin generally. He defended. the action of people in camp who .shout and become happpy ever religion, „ claiming- that it is an exhibitio.ii of 'common sense, appreciation, of something something they have received tr/mi heaven, lie illustrated this thought by citing citing the instance of any .one. who would receive a check for a thousand dollars dollars from some weathy personage. He said that a poor man. under such circumstances, circumstances, would exhibit his.exuber- ance. in feelings of joy.. which would be a sensible condition. .He, claimed it is the same with religion. ,.A/man should shout because, he has received something worth more than the-worid when he is saved. Mr. Ward pieached this morning at the ten o'clock, service 'and will tpedk again this evening. He will remain in camp until "Friday. He is district supeiintendent of the "New York section .of the Nazarene Church and is considered one of the finest preachers. There was little excitement yesterday yesterday at any of the meetings: or throughout the day in the grove. The first rain of the camp : period came last night and the threatening clouds kept many a\vay. As & rule, • Twin Oaks camp has a. rainy; season, but it has escaped it this.. year so far, in comparison with other seasons. Camp Gossip. Everybody is looking for a big time on Sunday' when the camp will close. Monday the tenters will:.prepare to quit the grove for their homes. It win be fully a week before everything-' is shipped away by-the committee in charge of the work. Contractor D. T. Christy and family family were among- the recent, visitors having driven over from Chester accompanied accompanied by Mrs.. Susie Benjamin; Last evening former "Boothwyn Sta^. tion Agent Lewis MacDonald came up to camp Irom Harvey and passed .ihe time among' some of- his friends School .Director James T Chrystle and family-heard the first sermon«-of Hev. J. A. Ward last night. Mr. and Mrs. James D -Rostron, Jlr. and Mrs/Frank Hall; Miss'Mnry Whelan,' of Jersey City,, rf. J., ; Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Waters and Mrs: Powell, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. '.• Charles' Rostron on the camp grounds. •' Mrs. Alex. Plerson, who-has a-tent this season, had as recent visitors,. Mrs. Annie Logan- and Miss Jennie Logan. Annie Inman, Lena. Miller, Mettle, Sara and Mame Crozler;'Mr. and Mrs. Laird, of-"Upland, Mr. Devonshire, Devonshire, Fred Newell,. James Hanna, Elizabeth Phillips, Heba Sweeney and John Williams. . ,'••'.." Mrs. Robert Howarth and daughter daughter Ruth, of 215 West Fifth street, spent yesterday with. Mrs.; C. T.- Cullis Cullis at their tent.' ' ' a. n as

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  1. Delaware County Daily Times,
  2. 07 Aug 1913, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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  • — Mrs. Alex Pierson had a tent at the camp and had as visitors Mrs. Annie Logan and Miss Jennie Logan

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