y in the rear.
The vestries and parlors on the ground floor furnish the much-needed and long-desired appliances for the Sabbath School, and for the devotional and social meetings of the church.
During Mr. Wild's pastorate one hundred and twenty-four members have been added to the church roll, making the present number two hundred and two.
The complete list of the deacons as per records is, Alexander Robertson, Thomas Patterson, N. P. Richardson, Joseph F. Hosford, George L. Daniels, Walter Nelson, Henry B. Doland, C. A. Van Winkle, William F. Kilton, Harry L. Jones, Israel H. Slocum, Albert Carson, P. H. Hodgman, D. W. Lawson and William R. Faulkner.
The Sabbath School, including the Home Department and Cradle Roll, has three hundred and seventy-one members.
The membership of both church and school shows a steady and gratifying increase, and progress is evident along every line.
There have been some very earnest men and women who have very greatly aided in the work of the S