Golide Crum about Clark B Carnahan's Death
Resolutions It is with saddened hearts that we think of the solemn call which God has made in the Y. P. S. C. E. of Curry's Run, and chosen a young endeav- orer, Clark B. Carnahan, February 9, 1920. Resolved, 1. That in his death we deeply feel our loss but it has pleased our Master to call him fronii earth, having a greater work for him on high, and we should bow in humble submission to the divine will of God, knowing "He doeth all things well." II. That we testify to his sterling Christian character, his love for the Master and his faithfulness In Mis service. We feel that the friendship of Clark was a precious gift, because it was sincere, constant, loyal and true—ever the same. We wish to express to the bereaved family our sympathy for them iji their great sorrow and commend ' them to that loving Saviour who .said, "Let not your heart ba troubled 1 go to prepare a place for you; I will not leave you comfortless." Asleep in Jesus, far from thee, Thy kindred and their graves may be; But thine is still a blessed sleep From which none ever wakes to weep 'MRS. H. L. McCURDY, ETTA SHARP, GOLDIE CRUM, CLARK BOYER.