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eb. 14, 1921.
oear folks at Home.------
the pretty weather continues and it looks
like we are goang to ease off into Spring without
having any winter at 111.
H ad a right busy day yesterday. Taught the Menv.
? Bible Class in S.S. Held morning service, Took dinner
) out inthe country, Preaehed at Wolf Ridge at s, Spoke
and sang at the training Sohool at 48O0, Rushed to
/ Supper and on to CR.where I took a very active part
/ in making plans forw the A.. Glee Club next Saturday and
c Sundy, Preached and Sang at night servie.a T took it
/ all rather oalmlyand with-the evident help of the
b Lord I came out of the day's work full of pep and
(feeling fine. I am thankful that I am learning more and
'more how to trust the Lord for sfrentthwhboh I think
ioomes more in the way of oalmness and freedom from
worry than any other way.
We are looking forward to the ooming of the A.C.Glee
Glee Club next Saturday with much pleasure. Jake and
B. G. Both AIntend to ooae and stay over Sunday. Dont
know now how many will stay over Sunday. Soae are
thinking of goinf baol to Sherman that night after the
oondert, but I think most of them will be with us for
the services next dayand we hope to have some good
musio from them.
SAnco my visit home two weeks ago I have been
feeling better. I think the relaxation will do me goo'.
In getting things started.and on their feet here a
lot of personal attention has been necessary at first
and will be necessary for some time to
hope to shift the etails I have been trying to
work out onto others whom I find are capable of doing
it. Bt of course there will always be plenty of details
work for me to do in new plans and projects thich are
yet to be worked out But I am happy under a great bit
load of work. We are now planning a mission S.S.out
in the extreme north$ side of the city where there are I
no churches or Sunday Sobobls,and scores of children are
not attending ana where
toc poor to dress up for the
Dont think I can make it down to the Waoo Con_
vention this week as much as I would -love to. I iy
get some of my off oers bo attend.
Love to all,
Here’s what’s next.
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