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W8077 TO [REV.] CALVIN MCQUESTEN from Lake Joseph Presbyterian Church
Aug 6 1905
To: Calvin McQuesten Staney Brae, Muskoka, Ontario
From: Lake Joseph, Muskoka, Ontario


SPECIAL SERVICES

in connection with
THE SECOND ANNIVERSARY
of the opening of

LAKE JOSEPH
PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
1

Will Be Held On

SUNDAY, AUGUST 6TH, 1905

Morning Service:
11 a.m.--Rev. Prof. D.S. Schaff, D.D.
Of Alleghany, Pa.

Evening Service:
7 p.m.-Rev. Thos. Eakin, M.A., Ph.D.
Of Guelph, Ont.


[Written on Page 2]:
The Lake Joseph Presbyterian Church was first opened for Service in August, 1903, and completed a year later. Of the total cost $800 still remains to be met, and it is the desire of the Board of Management that one-half of this sum, i.e. $400, should be paid off this year.
As the ordinary weekly collections are required to defray running expenses, special collections will be taken at both Anniversary Services for the building fund, and the Managers are confident that the entire sum of $400 will be placed on the collection plate, thus avoiding the necessity of soliciting individual subscriptions


1 A photograph of the church is printed on the back page.




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