Religion: Presbyterian Count

The Presbyterian Church of the U. S. suspends its members when they disappear, when no trace of them is found for many years. Rev. Dr. Lewis Seymour Mudge of Philadelphia, stated clerk of the General Assembly, announced last week that the church had put the names of 67,060 of its members on the suspended list last year. In spite of this, the number of communicants enrolled was the largest the church has known, the donations per person the most generous yet recorded.

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