[Letters of Rev. Dr. Thomas McHutchin Cunningham] Page: 47 of 414
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,_'tiaford 7exas ,eus eb 5 l: 3P
paplls of two lsid teachers of
occupied a -ood part of my time last
weekGeo Vashingtonts Firthday affairs.
Sunday was nv last day .with this ehurbh
account -of a mass meetin_ of 'men and boys Sunday
night at -the Eaotist. church for the Duroose of hearing
a healtn lecture by Jr. avis of Foby we never nad
church tnat nipht. Er Davis is a brother of"6yclone"
Davis and he sh cs ian-y cyclonlo characteristics too.
Ae -added two more meiber'se to the church last Sunday
and still there are mbre whc are thinking of ioinin.,
I never thought of leaving this church in such a
sDurt of growth, and yet I don't bare in,the least to
stay,except that I like the town mighty well.
I went over to Anson with Mr.McDonali yesltrJ,.y
to confer with members of that church regarding the
Assembly's Progressive Program, end concerning the
securing of a Dastor for them. It is pretty likely
that the U.S.A.church here will continue to grouo
with them if they can get a pastor agreeable to both
churches. They seem entirely indifferent as to
what Assembly the pastor should happen to belong to;
but of course if they remain in their present gruooing
they will get a U,S-.. pastor of course.
It is my olan to go over to Throckmorton Friday
and stay there two Sundays before ;cin
Eliasville for my first Sunday there.
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