[Letters of Rev. Dr. Thomas McHutchin Cunningham] Page: 9 of 414
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bay 5. 1918.
This morning the college boys and girls came to my
church,making more visitors present than members of
We have several prospective members in view now a
Mrs.Staples who came last week from Dallas and who
has some land out here thinks perhaps she will settle
here permanently, which means that she will unite with
us; also Mr John Neal and family of Cisco are thinking
of moving here and transferring their membership.
Both of these are very valuable prospects.
A nice rain Sell here Friday and Saturday. It was
slow and every bit went into the ground,but it will be
insufficient if no mcre comes.
The third liberty Loan drive has just ended and
Stamford has cone over the top 60%, cur quota being
60,000 and the subscription being'about $100,000.
Liberty day (Friday Apr. 2) was celebrated in great
style here with a swell parade led by the band,and
with patriotic speeches.
Brooks Mc.Lane was with me Friday and Friday night
on his way to Spur where he preached today and where
he is thinking of accepting the pastorate of the
Presbyterian church. He was full of his late army
life with the Y M.CG.i and told me more about it than
I had ever had the privelege of hearing before.
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