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Its citizenship is progressive. It is a city of homes. Its churches are broad in spirit and motive. He then presented President E. H. Capen, of Tufts College, as the head of an institution of which Somerville is proud. President Capen's interesting review of the life and services of Charles Tufts was listened to with close attention. John F. Ayer gave the historical address, which was a valuable contribution to the occasion. The anniversary hymn, written for the occasion by Frank M. Hawes, was sung, following which Rev. Charles Conklin, superintendent of the Universalist churches of Massachusetts, in his short one-minute speech expressed the pleasure and congratulations of the other churches of the state in such an auspicious event. Rev. Charles A. Skinner touched many tender associations of the past in his brief address. The greetings of the Winter-hill Universalist Church, now approaching a quarter-century of history, and whose original members were parishioners of
my Light.Horatio Parker 4. Bible reading. Rev. F. A. Gray 5. Prayer. Rev. Charles A. Skinner. 6. Address—Charles Tufts. Rev. E. H. Capen, D. D. 7. Historical address. John F. Ayer 8. Anniversary hymn—Cross Street, C. M., F. M. Hawes 9. Address. Rev. Charles Conklin. 10. Address. Rev. Charles A. Skinner. 11. Anthem—Rock of Ages..........Dudley Buck 12. Greeting from the Winter-hill Universalist Church. Rev. F. A. Gray. 13. Greeting from the West Somerville ings of the semi-centennial celebration. In the limited time allowed me, I have endeavored to present as much of historical interest as possible up to the year 1891. The more recent happenings are familiar to you all. Anniversary hymn F. M. Hawes Blest be the spot that we call home. Where dwell sweet peace and love; And blest the church, O God, that guides To Thy dear home above. Here week by week our voices lift Glad hymns of love and praise, To Him who giveth every gift, And crowne<
The C. C. C. (Founder of the Gleaner) The C. C. C., or Christian Citizen Club, a society of young men connected with the Cross-street Universalist Society, held its first meeting September 28, 1888. At that time clubs of this name and character were not common; in fact, we are not sure but this was the first one of the kind in the neighborhood of Boston. This preliminary meeting was called on the invitation of Frank M. Hawes, a teacher in the Sunday School. He gave his views of what the object of a society with such a title ought to be, and later was elected president, secretary, and treasurer of the organization. Two articles of faith were adopted at this time:— 1. A man is the noblest work of God. 2. The proper study of mankind is man. (Sentiments which would seem to show that one Alexander Pope was the real founder of the society.) The club declared unanimously its intention to adopt other articles of faith as soon as they shall know them. Meetings were to be h
response to the call, about sixty persons gathered in the vestry, and after the plan had been explained by H. E. Robinson and H. R. Rose, students at Tufts Divinity School, it was voted to form a society; and committees were appointed to draw up a constitution, decide upon a name for the society, and bring in a list of names for officers. At the next meeting of the society, the name Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor was adopted, and the following officers were elected: President, F. M. Hawes; vice-president, Lillian F. Ayer; secretary and treasurer, William Moore. It was voted to hold weekly devotional meetings and monthly business meetings. It was also voted that all funds be raised by voluntary contribution. It may be interesting to note the first year's work of the society. Forty-one devotional meetings were held, in charge of twenty-one persons, nine being members of the society, and twelve being ministers, divinity students, etc. These meetings averaged seventy-
s club, whose work should aim to quicken a spirit of human brotherhood, and to advocate a deeper feeling of Christian kindness toward each other within the church circle, and to many without, led to the first meeting, which was held in the vestry on the evening of March 3, 1898. Its first president was John F. Mills, and the board of officers was completed by the choice of Frank M. Russell as vice-president; Fred L. Coburn as secretary; F. M. Wilson as treasurer; and Charles S. Soule, Frank M. Hawes, and I. H. Wiley as executive committee. The meetings were frequently held, and the attendance was very gratifying, for the programmes offered for the consideration of the members were invariably of a high order. Within a month from its first meeting, thirty-eight new members were enrolled, many of whom were in no other way connected with the church. It has been the policy of the executive committee to secure talent of a wide range, of good reputation, and of abundant worth for en
ver, Mr. and Mrs. George E.146 Broadway Hadley, Mr. and Mrs. Walter18 Hathorn Street Haines, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. 214 Highland Avenue Hall, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.94 Perkins Street Ham, Mrs. SylviaMystic Avenue Ham, Mrs. E41 Boston Street Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.21-A Cross Street Harris, H. A.21 Mt. Vernon Street Harvey, Mrs. Annie8 Chester Avenue Harwood, Mr. and Mrs. Horace233 Highland Avenue Haven, Mr. and Mrs. George D.181 Washington Street Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Harry3 Boston Street Hawes, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.257 School Street Hayes, Miss Ethel252 Medford Street Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Robert256 Medford Street Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.252 Medford Street Heintz, Mr. and Mrs. George36 Hudson Street Hemenway, Miss Clara T.143 Perkins Street Hill, Dr. and Mrs. A. G.30 Dartmouth Street Higgins, Miss Ruby10 Waldo Street Higgins, Walter20 Austin Street Holmes, Mrs. E. C.214 Broadway Holmes, Miss Edna214 Broadway Holt, Miss Mary72 Boston Street Hineman, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.42
Allston Street Gowell, Ethel 13 Pinckney Street Greenleaf, Hazel 18 Prospect-hill Avenue Greenough, Russell13 Morton Street Hadley, Mrs. Emma P.24 Hathorn Street Hadley, Rena24 Hathorn Street Hadley, Porter7 Avon Place Hall, Avis .94 Perkins Street Hall, Chester94 Perkins Street Handy, Florence24 Grant Street Hanson, Sumner217 Pearl Street Harris, Philip 21 Mt. Vernon Street Harris, Ada21 Mt. Vernon Street Harvey, Bernice86 Gilman Street Haven, Mrs. G. D.181 Washington Street Hawes, F. M.257 School Street Hayes, Mrs. W. T.252 Medford Street Hayes, Ethel252 Medford Street Hayes, Mrs. Robert256 Medford Street Hersey, Estolle19 Shawmut Street Higgins, Ruby10 Waldo Street Higgins, Elmer 16 Gilman Terrace Hill, Mrs. Andrew G.30 Dartmouth Street Hill, Gertrude30 Dartmouth Street Hill, Allan30 Dartmouth Street Hills, Maud.20 Tufts Street Holmes, Edna 214 Broadway Holmes, Ruth22 Fountain Avenue Hooper, Leona41 Munroe Street Horton, George36 Everett Avenue Horton