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Others have gone to Brown Co. In spite of these removals, the church has held her own and now numbers something like From the first the missionary spirit has been at work among us. At different times, meetings were held at outposts, at one time near Dunkerton, north of Waterloo, at the George Strayer school house, and at Finnell chapel in Black Hawk township, in the United Brethren church at Eagle Center, the Sand Hill school house in Cedar township, in Spring Creek township, in our own house of worship until it was destroyed by fire and late in a school house and at La Porte City.
The only appointment now being filled, other than that at the Waterloo church and at South Waterloo, is the one at La Porte. Since the organization of the Mt. Morris College Missionary society quite a number have obligated themselves to help the support of missionaries in foreign fields. At present sister Sadie Miller is being thus supported. The endowment that the district board has solicited from this congregation is no mall sum. About ten years ago the church felt the need of a city worker.
The work was first supported by the local church and Sunday school, but at present the district bears part of the expense. The first workers thus authorized were Sisters Lydia Taylor and Della Myers Peiffer; then Eliza Miller, who is about to visit us from her return from seven years of labor in India, Alma Crouse, who is at present engaged in like work in Springfield, Ill. In the beginning of this paper, it was our intention to bring before our minds the Sunday school as a prominent factor in our progress and our advancement, but as our paper is too long already, we will leave that until some future time as a history of her struggle and her ultimate success would make a story, worth listening to.
That we are making progress we all know; that we are not doing what we might, we know too.
May we be aroused to a sense of our duty and help to place more laborers in the field. If we were but willing to work with the determination and sacrificing spirit that our fathers did here our work would spread out farther and more would be constrained to follow the King of Kings. Present Generation Reminded of Duties. As in the days of old when Nehemiah and Ezra exhorted the Jews in Jerusalem to right living, following their return from Egyptian bondage, the Brethren Sunday were reminded of their duty to God, and of their responsibilities toward the generations coming up, that they too may make some contribution to the uplifting of society.
Bickley, Waterloo, related how his grandfather, Elias J.
They traveled as far as Chicago by train, he said, and made the rest of the journey to Waterloo by horse and wagon. The elder Bickley entered land for himself and for his neighbors back in Pennsylvania, and in moved his family here, Dr. Bickley said.
The family first settled on Black Hawk road and from the old homestead radiated a hospitality remembered by many early settlers. It was Elias J. Bickley who selected the site for the cemetery on the hill just west of the church, where lie sleeping scores of Brethren folk who have kept the faith, and who have gone down the long, long trail. They may well have returned in spirit to rejoice over the accomplishments of the past for the kingdom, and pray with their brethren for ever a greater anniversary in the future. Church Influence on Its People. Elder Fike returned in reverent remembrance to the early church, around which cluster so many memories sacred to the older members, and he emphasized the strong moral influences that were born and nurtured there … Miss Eliza Miller, Brethren missionary with 31 years of service in India, told of the early prayer meetings that were held in various homes in the township in the early days, and charged the young people of the church today to give heed to the responsibilities they soon must take up as leaders in the church and community at large.
Longnecker, former pastor here, now pastor at Morrill, Kan. Ray Keim, North Manchester, In.
Zimmerman at La Verne, Cal. Calvin A. Lichty, Chicago, Ill. Maust, Lindsay, Cal.
Ben Shick, McFarland, Cal. Lloyd Maust, and Mr. Lichty, Cando, N. Lichty, Mrs.
Mary Shull, A. Miller, Mrs. Miller, and Sadie J. Miller, all of Anklesvar, India. Ray Lichty, Mrs.
Elmer Blough, Mrs. Heiney and Eugene Davis, sang … Models of the first church, a wooden structure erected in , and of the present splendid modern edifice built in , made by Benice Saylor and Velma Summy, were placed on the platform. In when rural free mail began in Orange township, I found an alphabetized list of those living on the route; women were listed as well as men.
In when the Eagle Center Road was improved, a list appeared with names of those affected and the section number in which they lived.
If these would be of interest, I could post them. The new rural mail delivery route from Waterloo through Orange township which, as stated by the Daily Courier, was established last Saturday, will not be in condition for first class service much before January 1. Geist, the carrier appointed to the route, has- made two trips over it. He says he finds the farmers all well pleased with the promised service, and that they will do all they can to aid in making it a success.
Many are already attaching boxes to posts along the road. Geist has obtained a complete list of the patrons along the line, including all the members of the different families. The list, to which additions may be made, is as follows: Alexander, A. Estella; Blough, U. Maggie; Cable, J. Ida C. Joseph; Cable, N. E; Cable, M. John; Flickinger, C.
Hoover, D. Jake; Lichty, Eph. John A. Lichty, Joe W. Verden; Miller, J. Martha; Miller, Eliza B. John H. John; Speicher, Nellie; Speicher, Mrs. Lydia; Speicher, May; Smucker, J. Mary; White, William; Weller, J. John L. Lydia; Whipkey, I. To the following parties, owners of land hereinafter described, located in the District as recommended by the County Engineer and all others concerned: D.
Maxwell, D. Bontrager, B. Rodamar, C. Shaffner, Joseph E. Duwa, C. Flickinger, H. Saylor, in Section Three 3.