Minnesota Tales

The St. Paul Pioneer Press, November 14, 1911, p. 4


Organized at Y. M. C. A. With Membership of Twenty-Five.

The men's Bible study classes of the Y. M. C. A. organized last night, with a membership of twenty-five. A supper was served at 6:15, after which N. K. Tully, religious director, opened the classes. The class in studies in the Acts of the Apostles elected Joy Johnson president and George Lawson secretary. This class will be taught by Mr. Tully. The class in the introduction to Bible study, J. J. Monteith instructor, elected J. H. Larkin president and Leon Woods, secretary.

The board of directors of the association will hold a regular meeting tonight.

Thursday night will be "open house" at the Y. M. C. A., and everyone in the city, whether he is a member of the Y. M. C. A or not, is invited. All arrangements have been completed. The building will be thrown open at 7 o'clock. Refreshments will be served.

The night school classes will be in session, the gymnasium classes will be at work, the swimming club will be in the pool and the boys' department will be in full operation. It is the aim of the secretaries to demonstrate just what work the association is doing.

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