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History of the First Universalist Church in Somerville, Mass. Illustrated; a souvenir of the fiftieth anniversary celebrated February 15-21, 1904 3 1 Browse Search
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n of his ten years pastorate and his forty-five years in the Christian ministry. Saturday, May 30, the second outing with ladies was made to the Lynn woods. The occasion was even more successful than the year before. In the fall of 1891 Arthur Ware was chosen editor, Mr. Safford corresponding secretary, and Eugene Fuller treasurer. The feasibility of the club's printing a fortnightly paper in the interests of the Cross-street Society was presented to the members by A. W. Glines at the mary 9, with nine members present, it was voted to discontinue the C. C. C. Journal with the present number, Vol. V., No. 4. One interesting feature of the paper had been the contributions of Mr. Glines, which never missed a number. He and Acting Editor Ware received a unanimous vote of thanks for their services. January 23 a prospectus was read of our new paper, which was to be a printed sheet, and to be known as the Gleaner. The project seemed feasible, and the club adopted it. Mr. Glines