THE REV. WALTER HANDLEY
The Rev. Walter Handley, who was assistant minister while the Rev. Mr. Alexander was minister-in-charge, devoted the greater part of his time to the mission of the Good Shepherd in West Springfield. At the time of the war he desired to become. a chaplain in the British Army, being a subject of Great Britain. As there was no need of more chaplains at the time, he enlisted as a private soldier. As second lieutenant of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, he was killed in action Palm Sunday, March 24, 1918. When the news of his death reached Springfield a Memorial service was held in Christ Church.
THE REV. JOHN WALLACE SUTER, JR.
The important work of the Rev. John Wallace Suter, Jr., while he was associated with the Rev. John Moore McGann in his work in Christ Church, was the supervising of the Church School. He completed the reconstruction of the Church School by introducing the system of Christian Nurture Series, one course of which he had previously compiled. After his work here he became rector of Christ Church, Hyde Park, Mass. Later he was Diocesan Educational Secretary of the Diocese of Massachusetts, and lecturer on Religious Education of the Episcopal Theological School at Cambridge, Mass. At the present time Mr. Suter is Executive Secretary of the Department of Religious Education in the National Council, New York.
THE REV. EDMOND RANDOLPH LAINE, JR.
The Rev. Edmond Randolph Laine, Jr. came from very successful work in Ludlow to Christ Church to be associated with the Rev. Mr. McGann. During the world war he was chaplain of the 58th Infantry in France, where he did praise-worthy