Reverend Andrew Schriver

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Reverend Andrew Schriver - the Rev. St. tion length ation ation struggles...
the Rev. St. tion length ation ation struggles trnlv remarkable aridrps* nll 1 overcome trulj remarkable address on j thcy mlghl Lincoln was delivered a t t new high school building on | afternoon. July 4, by theithese Andrew Schriver of Chester ! s "" u S§5e for ' " ,, . TM. . ,,,,. · ' ; states through County. The patriotic ser-, lon . He new high school building on '. pendence afternoon. July 4, by the |these was arranged by Washington · ure l - vade from ]j2 sized audience ' " Camp, No. 2. P. 0. S. A., Merritt acting as master of monies. A assembled when the exercises opened with prayer, bv the Rev. F ?tnxvp "Tho"=u fl r "dna-iried Ban F. Sto*e. .The Star Spangled Ban and · Ty ; advances watchfulness ! U treasurer who gave a short and emphatic statement of his creed re- was . . . on this day because of the what, our country has been. portarU and will be. Following the sing- j the of a patriotic song by a male j Canfield of Albert Bntt, | ea]led : -Taylor. . -Albert Croutberaal ' has _ ,, ,, fc »- T,.- --- ,«. rr.^_ n, -and; Albert.-Rice, with Hajary«. Elmendorf at the-piano, the Tier";"Mr. Sch- riTer was introduced. Judging from his .address he was a man' in his prime at. the age in years of seventy- a conversational yet forceful manner. ' " "In 1881." b "Abraham dent of.the.United States, the great-j allowed 'American there has ever been. ; j a j which. the speaker,· runity In.' v.'as made presi- ; coloring States, the great-j allowed has ever been. ; j a! which. was wholly the product of Amer-j life." The.spaater then went j great emancipator; and in the j .of'our country duriig Lin-! itself time. It was evident from j year first, that Mr. Schriver had received his. education in from the .same schooling English as did LOCAL whose early library consist" Nearly of the Bible, Hale's History of j United States, a history of j have Washington, Pilgrinr's pro-jference Robinson Crusoe, and Aesop's; in a group which the speaker; unanimously an improvement on Dr. j shelf of books. Simple, ac- i language, short sentences full.! pith, all presenter! in a logical j made of the address a les-i citizenship in English as forceful as it was '· presentation of history and char-! building. The few statements j relative to the historical con- both at home and abroad, I originally were the more impressive, be- from past history, told ! a brief and straightforward man- ! which did not distract the mind; the main subject. Toward the! ship. the address, the speaker! -The said. "HaviBsr read the history of , great men. and of great na-i Ccient I am persuaded that no man become truly jrreat unless he: city an education of the heart as; and the as of the head." Such a man. '· SchriTcr kne~ Lincoln to be. or whom Bryce considered the: and American, the second English- j and one of the greatest men o the world." Mr. Schriver'e own ! city, up of this man whom t h now loves and honors, was one to be remembered. It was.: a minds Lincoln had the heart o motheT;..the mind of a philosopher: ability' of a statesman." ; p1 equal, The service -was dosed with the! the of "America." and the bene-; pronounced by the Rev. Mr.', · t

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  1. The Kingston Daily Freeman,
  2. 06 Jul 1915, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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  • Reverend Andrew Schriver

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