nd covered all points and the entire history of the church for the century, and even went further back.
It should be printed and generally read, as it supplements all previous accounts and brings the church's history down to date.
Tuesday, March 21, was Former Pastors' Night.
Eight of them were present, and with their wives formed a long receiving line.
Dr. N. T. Whitaker, whose pastorate was 1869-70-71, was followed by Revs. Watkins, Bragg, Curnick, Chadbourne, Pomeroy, Bridgham and Richardson in the order of their service.
A later pastor, (Vandermark) unable to come, was represented by his wife.
Their remarks were reminiscent, instructive and encouraging, often facetious, but all in happy vein.
From the dim and shadowy past came the congratulatory message of Rev. Edward Stuart Best, pastor in '55-56.
It was like a benediction, the letter of Father Best, now in his ninety-seventh year, the oldest member of the New England Conference.
There was a considerable number of for