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From: Alta Flynt <>
Subject: [ROOTS-L] Thistle Mission Band Newspaper Clippings-78
Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2000 11:43:59 -0600
Main Surnames: ROSS, GREER, EVERETT, DENNISON, MOSS, HUTCHINSON, MUNRO,
HULL, MORRISON, CHAPPELL, MORTON, BARSS, WARREN, DODGE, SCOTT, GULLISON,
ARCHIBALD; Also: MacPHERSON, CROWE, SMITH, GRAY.
(Hand written at the top of the clipping - Nov. 12th 1938. The
continuation of the clipping is not in the collection. There is a
picture of Reverend Ross which I have scanned and will send to anyone
who wants it.)
REV. G. E. ROSS D.D., GOES TO MONTREAL TO ACCEPT CHURCH.
To Give Notice of Resignation to Saint Andrew's Tomorrow Morning.
Rev. Dr. George E. Ross, who has been pastor of Saint Andrew's
Presbyterian Church in Fredericton for the past five years, will at the
morning service tomorrow make the announcement that he is leaving
Fredericton to take up residence in Montreal, he having been in Montreal
for the past couple of weeks in anticipation of the change.
Following the announcement tomorrow morning a special meeting of the
Saint John Presbytery will be called next week to consider the
resignation of Dr. Ross from the Presbytery and his transfer to the
Montreal Presbytery. At the present time there is no indication as to
who will succeed Dr. Ross at Saint Andrews.
Rev. Dr. Ross came to Fredericton early in November, 1933, from Erskine
Church, Ottawa, and was given a (Continued on Page Six.)
GREER -- At Fredericton, N. B., May 21, 1942, Harry T. Greer, aged 55
Funeral from his late home 254 Argyle street, Saturday afternoon, with
service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. A. D. MacPherson and interment made in
Wilmot Section of Rural Cemetery.
EVERETT -- At Marysville, N. B., on November 13, 1940, Hezekiah P.
Everett, aged 81 years.
Funeral from his late home on Saturday afternoon with service at two
o'clock by Rev. A. G. Crowe and interment made in the United Baptist
DENNISON -- Entered into rest at Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton,
N. B., May 15th , 1938, Miss Verla Gladys Dennison of Marysville, aged
Funeral from the home of Miss Evelyn Gilmore, Marysville, tomorrow
afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and
interment in the Untied Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
MOSS - Suddenly at Stanley, N. B., July 19th, 1941, Thomas Moss, aged 74
years, and at Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, on July 20th, his
wife, Annie M. Moss, aged 70 years.
Funeral this (Monday) afternoon from their late home at Cross Creek,
with prayers at two o'clock followed by service in St. Paul's Anglican
Church by Very Rev. S. C. Gray, Dean of Christ Church Cathedral,
Fredericton, and interment in the churchyard adjoining.
(The following items are on the back of a poem. This clipping is on
heavier paper than the standard newspaper - perhaps from a newsletter or
magazine. The beginning of the first item is missing as well as the
ending of the last item.)
Wolfville W.M.S. from Mrs. L. C. Hutchinson, in memory of her friend,
Mrs. George W. Munro; $5.00 for F.M. through Glace Bay W.M.S. from Mrs.
G. A. Hull, in memory of her mother, Mrs. John Morrison of Woodstock,
N.B., who passed away March 15, 1930.
Special Gift -- $5.00 for F. M. From Mrs. William Chappell through
In Memoriam -- Mrs. A. G. Morton, L.M. Yarmouth "Zion" W.M.S.
Correction -- $1.00 for Missionary Home form Overton W.M.S. instead of
Port Maitland W.M.S.
Special -- $10.00 sent by a friend through Windsor W.M.S. toward a fund
to send Gordon Barss to India. (This money cannot be credited to our U.
B. W. M. U. work, as we have no estimate. Money for this fund should be
sent to Dr. G. C. Warren, Wolfville); $10.00 sent through the Middleton
Society by Mrs. J. A. Dodge and Mrs. C. R. Dodge in memory of J. A.
Mr. Gilbert Scott, a son of Rev. A. A. Scott, Chicacole, India, was one
of the accident victims of the Queen Hotel fire. He was quite seriously
injured, and will be forced to remain in the Victoria General Hospital
in Halifax for some time.
We are pleased to announce the birth in India of Ralph Raymond Edward
Gullilson, son of Dr. Ben and Mrs. Evelyn Gullison, on March 20, 1939.
Miss Mabel Archibald is speaking in various cen-
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