A late change in the railroad schedule has made it possible to hold an earlier service in the Episcopal church hereafter, and so Rev. Kramer announced to the congregation last Sunday that the hour of service would be four o'clock p. m. in the future. Regular services will be held on the second and fourth Sundays in each month, as heretofore.
Lafayette Advertiser 1/6/1904.
An Oyster Supper. - The local gourmets will be delighted to learn that next Thursday night at Falk's hall, there will be an oyster supper of unsurpassed excellence. The supper will be prepared and served under the personal supervision of the Ladies' Episcopal Guild, which is a guarantee that it will be lacking in nothing. The proceeds to be turned over to the new church fund. Lafayette Gazette 2/9/1901.
The ladies of the Episcopal Guild gave an excellent oyster supper Thursday evening. The proceeds of the supper will be used toward the building of a new church. Laf. Gaz. 2/16/1901.
Mrs. John Nickerson has
tendered the donation of a lot to the Episcopal church society, of
Lafayette, on which to erect a church building. We trust that they will
see their way to accept the offer and erect a church building. Laf. Adv.