The second week of tabernacle meetings opened up very encouragingly Sunday morning despite the extremely warm day. Union Sunday School was held in the tabernacle beginning at 9:30 with a song service. The school was in charge of Prof. Perry. The classes of the different Sunday schools got together in their respective classes and were instructed by the following teachers: Charles Sarber, Mrs. Emma Wolfe, J. H. Shirk, Mrs. T. N. Fleming, Rev. J. W. McKitrick, C. E. Johnston, Mrs. Henry Hills, Fred Warfel and Mrs. O. J. Aurand of the Methodist church, Mrs. Nellie Durstine, Miss Verna Derr, Miss Fannie Dieterlie and C. D. Derr of the Lutheran church, Miss Fannie Walker, Mrs. George Hanna, Mrs. Oscar Millard, Rev. Witter, Mrs. Perry, Mrs. David Bushman, Miss Anna Rundall, S. A. Smith and Miss Cora Miller of the Progressive Brethren church, At the close of the study of the lesson the platform was filled with a choir of more than 150 voices.
The two pianos were presided over by Mrs. J. D. Overholser, Miss Fannie Walker, Miss Florence Voltmer and Miss Kate Dieterlie, there being two ladies at each piano. The song service led by Prof. Hicks was very inspiring. After prayer by Rev. Witter, Evangelist Williams delivered what was considered by many one of his ablest sermons. In his exhortation he urged that more personal work should be done by the christian people of Milledgeville. Seven minutes were spent in a general hand shaking. Two services were held in the afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. Rev. WIlliams had charge of the men's meeting in the tabernacle and Prof. Hicks and Mr. Gill conducted a meeting for the ladies at the Brethren church. The evening services opened at 7:30 with another thrilling song service. The tabernacle was filled to overflowing and many were seated outside in carriages. After prayer by Rev. J. W. Paetznick and a short talk from Rev. Dolliver of Lanark, a male quartet composed of Charles Brandon, Samuel Livengood, Wallace Fike and Prof. Hicks sang well together. The evening sermon was plain and very practical. When the invitation was given for those desiring to begin a new life to come forward, twelve responded............
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