The Baldwin Ledger, 22 Apr. 1904


Come to the grand blow-out in the basement of the new church next Wednesday evening and get a fifty-cent supper, including ice cream and cake all for a quarter.


Come and see the beautiful and commodious rooms: –Reception room on the north, 30x16 feet, which will be fitted up by the young people of the city for a reading and club room; dining room in the center, 36x35 feet, with eight tables each 14 feet long, at which 120 guests can b seated; kitchen 36x17 on the sunny south; a huge cupboard ten feet wide, extending from floor to ceiling, with doors folding up against the wall like a jack knife, exposing to view at a single glance the working tools of 126 hungry people; an eight-foot washing sink with automatic supply and escape of hot water; a four-foot serving window into the dining room and a large range — which is to be.


A visit to these magnificent rooms with their splendid equipment, electric chandeliers, etc., is well worth the price of the supper. Let every residence and boarding house in the city give their cuisine department a rest next Wednesday evening, so that everyone can attend the supper and assist the ladies’ society in paying their subscription of $1,700 to the new church, $900 of which has already been paid.


The Baldwin Ledger, 1 Apr. 1904


The Trustees of the M. E. Church have decided to sell the parsonage. Price, $2,000.

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