May Robley Buchanan gives reading-TDN-p.5-14 June 1952
son to the CHEERFUL GIVERS OF MAPLETON CHURCH HAVE MEETING The Cheerful Givers Class of the Evangelical United Brethren the on Church of Mapleton met in social room of the church Thursday evening, June 12. The president of the class, Mrs. Edna S. Free was in charge of devotions. The meeting was opened opened by singing the hymn, Jesus Is Always There. Mrs. Celia Baker then led in prayer. A reading entitled, Father's Growing Old John, was given by Mrs. Mae Buchanan, who is* the teacher of the class. Mrs. Baker then gave a clever father and son story. Mrs. Free gave a reading entitled, They Have Not Died for Life Eternal. A reading entitled,; Day, was recited recited by Mrs. Buchanan. These readings were most appreciated since Father's Day is Sunday. A motion was made to give a contribution to the church treasurer treasurer toward the electric bill for the use of light and power consumed consumed at the class meeting. A report was given on the basket the ladies had started at their last class meeting The meeting closed with benediction. At the close of the meeting a delicious covered dish luncheon was enjoyed by those present as folloNS's: Mrs. Free, Mrs. Annie Latherow, Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. T ' 1 , I Baker, Mrs. Nannie Buchanan and daughter Helen and Mrs. Earl S. Barclai'. the ?"