nce, held May 8, 1890.
A Junior Epworth League was formed and conducted by the pastor, the children were well instructed, and later furnished many members of the church.
Mr. Curnick was followed by Rev. Fayette Nichols, and he by Rev. O. W. Hutchinson.
During Mr. Hutchinson's ministry the Sunday-school was reorganized into a thoroughly graded school, and the Ladies' Social Circle was reorganized with a new constitution as the Ladies' Aid Society.
Mr. Hutchinson was followed by Rev. Alexander Dight, who remained one year.
He was succeeded in April, 1897, by Rev. George S. Chadbourne, D. D. During his first year the church was thoroughly repaired and remodelled, a parlor and kitchen added and furnished, new entrances to church and grounds made, painting, frescoing, cushions and carpets, making the church-home beautiful and attractive.
The church was reopened in October, 1897, with a reunion and banquet.
In June, 1898, Dr. Chadbourne, following the example of Dr. Watkins, took