SERIES I: ETHEL MARGUERITE DE LONG ZANDE
Folder 64. Notes for Talks. 5 sets of notes.
These are notes Ethel used in making various “talks” in chapel services and at funerals.
“He has fared forth to a larger life.” [Possibly for the funeral of Harry Callahan who died of meningitis on December 16, 1923] [4pp.]
Our Choice of Paths. “Did you ever stop to think on how we love a path?” [For a vesper service] [3 pp. on the back of bookkeeping recipts]
“Jesus repetition of the word life.” [notes for a talk on eternal life][3 numbered pp.]
“Osler. The lesson lies not in what a man believed but in how he has behaved.” [1 p.]
“Flower of age–heads a bloomin’ for the grave.” [For the funeral of Sally Dixon Creech, 1925] [one index card]