[Letters of Rev. Dr. Thomas McHutchin Cunningham] Page: 16 of 414
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June WE 23, 1918.
Had a congregational meeting this morning at which we
completed arrangements,as far as we in Stamford can,without
further consultation with the Spur church,for the grot
ping^Stamford and Spur for the emergency of the time.
Got a letter from Gaines Hall last week from Wiete.
where he has gone again to the bedside of his mother who
is not expected to Live. He is having a called meeting
of Presbytery July 2,at Abtilene tac dismiss him to the
Dallas Presbytery,since he is accepting the call to Vernor
sc I guess I shall go down to Abilene that day.
:! Jake wrote me that he had managed to get Hugh ijto the
band with him. TIey will not likely be separated any more
during the war.
The Swansons took me out to t'teir farm near Hamlin
last Saturday and I had tte cppcrtunity of seeing the progress
of crops. There has been a mighty good season fr
cotton and this warm weather is the very thing for it, ut
the worms have eaten lots of it up considerably.
The neighbors just across the street have bought a new
Victrola and they keep lit going constantly; I look for
them to entertain me for several weeks yet till the new ~
wears off. They need something of the kind to drown the ~
| noise of a half dczen kids.
Here’s what’s next.
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