India), the Spirit of Mary Rogers.
The closing episode of The Far Flung Years massed all the participants in review, and its entire presentation was the result of much thought and effort on the part of the author and all that managed and carried it through so successfully.
During the presentation there looked out from the screen the portraits of the seven pastors of the church during the half century.
Three have gone on before— Messrs. Jaggar, Stebbins and Clancy, two—Messrs. Hood and Yorke, sent letters of regret.
But it was like good old times, the coming of the second, Rev. Marshall M. Cutter.
The pageant was repeated on Friday evening with even greater success, and on Saturday evening was the Anniversary Reunion, this also in the auditorium.
The pastor presided.
The historical sketch of the church and parish was read by Mr. Alexander Diebold, and showed a careful search of record and grouping of the facts of a highly interesting history.
Addresses were made by Rev