Rev. Lunkley To Fairview Brethren Picured above Rev. Charles W, Lunkley who has been ecured by the Fairview Church of he Brethren to succeed Lyle Alright Alright who has been pastor at Fairview for the past seven years. The Lunkley family will assume heir new charge September 1 962. Charles and Rozella Lunkley lave two children; Carolyn who s 17 and will be entering McPheron McPheron College, McPherson, Kan., this all, and James who is 15 and will be a Freshman at Moulton- Udell this fall. The Lunkleys served ten years in Nigeria, Africa with the Church of he Brethren mission. They were ngaged in evangelistic, medical nd educational work in a one- amily station in southern Bornu irovince of Nigeria. Carolyn and ames attended Hillcrest school, . school for missionary children n Jos, Nigeria, some four hundred and fifty miles from the mission rea where their parents lived. VIore recently the Lunkleys were iouse parents in Hillcrest school where Charles served as chaplain or the school. Prior to service in, Nigeria, Mr. -unkley was pastor of the Prairie ?ity Church of the Brethren near Des Moines for four years. He was Iso pastor of the Waterloo city Church of the Brethren during a wo year extended furlough from 958 to 1960. Mr. Lunkley is a graduate of VfcPherson college with an A.B. egree. He received his B.D. degree rom Bethany Bibical Seminary in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Lunkley were both eared in Ottumwa, Iowa, where their parents still reside. The Fairview church feels fortu- \ate in having secured the services if this fine family.