f his departure, the trouble that overshadowed the work began to pass away soon after the arrival of his successor, the Rev. John Wild, formerly of Hanover, Mass., who began his pastorate May 1, 1904.
Mr. Wild's ministry has been one of reconciliMr. Wild's ministry has been one of reconciliation and upbuilding.
He found a rapidly growing community, with new families needing and seeking a church home and religious influences, and he has striven to the limit of his powers to meet the demands that the situation presented.
Seven years of 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 hundres article to a close, but before doing so a word of tribute will be permitted to the last of this group of pastors, the Rev. John Wild, who passed away, October 25, 1911.
It is a valuable asset to any religious society to have as its leader one whom