Clipped From The Washington Post
wsHE Rene. Henry Parcel! V^uile T HE !*Â»Â·Â«. Henry Parcel! Vi will be the soloist at the morning- aervice In St. Stephen's Episcopal Church today where he wa* formerly soloist and lay reader. Tbe Rev. Veazie was ordained last Friday monlag in St. Paul's Church. Baltimore, by the Bishop of Maryland, Rt Rev. John Gardner Murray. The Rev. Georg-e Fiske DudlÂ»y, nnde 0f Mr. Veazie and rector of St. Church in 'Washington, delivered the sermon. Mr Veazie is a well young- sing-er, with a barytone voice of rare quality, and he 8 lite s splendid finish and charming Style. He has abundant temperament an! rare taste, and g-ave up his career singer to enter the ministry.' He a student at Keble Â·College, OxforÂ£ England, for several years, dnrjtftfe- which time he made Several attempt**-; to enter the military servte* Of his own c o u n t r y and then w1t;h w i t h o u t success. He graduated Oxford a year ago and spent last winter in the Theological Seminary in New York. Mr Veazie spent his early yotith In Baltimore and was a choir boy at St. Paul's, one of the oldest Episcopal churches in this country The charter of Baltimore Baltimore was granted to "Baltimore .in St Paul's Parish" The church was established in 1697 and the present rector is but the eleventh one since its establishment. The tenth rector of the church, ; late Rev John Sebastian Bach Hodges, was a well known composer of church music, and his commturfon hymn was sung- at the ordination service last Friday. Mr Veazie Will spend the ^ remainder of June in Washington^ going to Middletown. Conn , for two months" study and return to Washington for the eai part of September before taking up his d u t i e s as curate at "Old Church New York city Among those from "Washington who went over for the service were the Rev and Mrs. George Fiske Dudley, and aunt art Mr, Veazie: Mrs Bayne and Mrs Mary J Veazie Patrick, Patrick, also aunts, Mrs J B Kendall, Mrs. Roy Cunningham, Miss Julia Gillia, Mass Ellen Bryan and Mira Iran* Noble.