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Image from page 113 of "The Phoenix" (1908)

Identifier: phoenix1908cumb

Title: The Phoenix

Year: 1908 (1900s)

Authors: Cumberland Univ.

Subjects: Cumberland University (Lebanon, Tenn.) yearbooks

Publisher: Cumberland University

Contributing Library: Cumberland University, Vise Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

 

 

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ur country. Roll MRS. J. O. ASHBURN, Grayford, Texas.MRS. W. H. BAKER, Crockett, Texas.MRS. A. G. BEECHAM, Ozone, Tenn.MRS. C. H. BELL, Lebanon, Tenn.MRS. E. J. BOUHER, Portersville, Ind.MRS. F. B. BOYETT, Newbern, Tenn.MRS. E. M. BRYANT, Cowan, Tenn.MRS. C. C. BULLOCK, Olustee, Okla.MRS. F. K. FARR, Lebanon, Tenn.MRS. R. V. FOSTER, Lebanon, Tenn.MRS. L. D. GRAFTON, Llainview, Tex.MRS. C. C. HINES, Ladonia, Tex.MRS. A. B. HAYNES, Canyon City, Tex.MRS. J. T. MEANS, Clarendon, Ark.MRS. D. E. MITCHELL, Lebanon, Tenn.MRS. E. L. MOORE, Hillsboro, Tex.MISS ANNA LOGAN, Fernando, Miss.MRS. R. G. PEARSON, Lebanon, Tenn.MRS. R. E. REEVES, Lebanon, Tenn.MRS. R. E. ROBINSON. Italy, Tex.MRS. C. W. SAMPLE, Pocahontas, Mo.MRS. SCHMITTOU, Lebanon, Tenn.MRS. W. B. STRONG, Athens, Ala.MRS. W. G. STOCKTON,, Dyersburg, Tenn.MRS. J. V. STEPHENS, Lebanon, Tenn.MRS. B. G. TAYLOR, Elk City, Okla.MRS. J. A. TROXLER, Tullahoma, Tenn.MRS. J. S. WATERHOUSE, Lebanon, Tenn.MRS. R. G. WHITE. Cottage Grove, Ore. Ill

 

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^ Student Volunteer Band WATCHWORD: The World for Christ. The Volunteer Band was organized in this institution in April, 1903,with five members. Two of these, Messrs. Jenkins and Boydstun, sailedfor China, October 7, 1903. In 1904 Miss Mabel Martin was acceptedby the board and sailed to China where she was married to Mr. Boydstun.Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hogan, late members of our Band are now underappointment for Japan. Several others, of our Band in past years, arefilling places acceptably in the home land but are ready to go whenthe Foreign Board calls for them. The work of the present 3ear has been led by Mr. Lauren E.Brubaker, who has been accepted by our Board of Missions as aMissionary to Korea. The State Student Volunteer Convention met with us this year. Object of Band Fellowship: In prayer; in soul saving; in preparation for life work;in enlisting others for more active service for the Master. Plans of Band Holding weekly meetings; devotional and business.Reading and circulating m

 

 

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