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A Silver Spire 1871-1971 Chapter 10
Dain, Floyd Russell, 1910-

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First Presbyterian Church, Mount Pleasant, Mich. - History

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Chapter 10: 1963-1971: End of First Century of Service. Events: Australian Pastor exchange. Note: Page 70 contains the credits for The Silver Spire and the names of individuals on the Centennial Committee. Names and page numbers of church members mentioned in Chapter 10: Pastor Malcolm Brown (1/1968-6/1980), p. 68; Pastor Kenneth G. Cutler (12/1952-7/1967), p. 67; Assistant Pastor John Paul Peter (7/1963-7/1967), p. 67; Assistant Pastor David VanDam (6/1969-1980), p. 68; Visiting Pastor Paul Barru, p. 67; Visiting Pastor Reford Corr, p. 67; Gaylord Brunelle, p. 68; Harriett Collin, p. 68; Mrs. Robert Connell, p. 67; Elinor Cutler, p. 69; Gene Duckworth, p. 67; Arthur Fountain, p. 67; Rex Hewlett, p. 67; Floyd Heydenburg, p. 67,68; Janice Larsen Jeffers, p. 67; Susan Juhnke, p. 67; Bernt Nordfjord, p. 67; John K. Osborn, p. 68; John W. Osborn, p. 68; Margaret Purchase, p. 68; Craig Rackliffe, p. 68; Charles Ramseth, p. 67; Mary Lou Robinson, p. 68; Peter Russell, p. 68; Allen Sager, p. 68; Paul Schultz, p. 68; Richard Telfer, p. 67; Bruce Theunissen, p. 68; John Tousley, p. 68; Lynn Vandebrake, p. 68; Mrs. George Wheeler, p. 67; Mrs. John Wold, p. 67; Mrs. John Wood, p. 67.

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