Clipped From The Wellington Leader
[evjva! ej Interest Forceful, Direct Sermons * A ri'd Inspirational Singing Reported Expressing his appreciation for thr> attendance and cooperation giv- t-n the Methodist Church revival, which opened in Wellington, Sunday, March 24, Rev. T. M. Johnston, pastor, today stated that the meeting would continue through April 7, and invited the public to attend thei services, which are held at 10 o'clock each morning and 7:30 o'clock each evening. "We are highly pleased with our leaders, Rev. Herman L. Cochran, Fort Worth evangelist, and Roy T. Johnson of Poplar Bluff, Missouri, w"ho has charg-e of the einging," Rev. Johnston said. "The public is' invited to attend these meetings "and you can well rest assured that Rev. Cochi-an will present forceful, direct sermons. Our con- gregatjon is also greatly enjoying the inspirational singing." In making- his announcement, fiev. Johnston also said that the meeting started off fine with, crowds increasing at each service.