CHRIST CHURCH BOYS WHO BECAME
CANDIDATES FOR HOLY ORDERS
THE REV. HAROLD SCHNIEWIND
The Rev. Harold Schniewind was made deacon in 1907 by Bishop Vinton. He was ordained priest by Bishop Morrison in December 1907. He was rector of St. Bartholomew's Church, Chicago, at the time of his death in 1917. Mrs. Schniewind, the mother of this clergyman, was a very successful kindergarten teacher in the Springfield Public Schools. She was Principal of Christ Church Kindergarten at one time. Later the family moved to St. Peter's Parish and began attending services there.
THE REV. PAUL S. ATKINS
The Rev. Paul S. Atkins was a graduate of Central High School in 1902, and of Philadelphia Divinity School in 1917. He was made deacon in 1916 and ordained priest in 1917 by Bishop Rhinelander. He is now rector of St. John's Church, York, Pa. Mr. Atkins is a lecturer and the author of the University Extension Bulletin (1917). He has one brother, Mr. Clarence
J. Atkins, and two sisters, Miss Marion Atkins and Mrs. Frank Sauer, now living in Springfield.
THE REV. RAYMOND H. KENDRICK
The Rev. Raymond H. Kendrick was made deacon by Bishop Davies in 1913. The Rev. William Austin Smith preached the ordination sermon. He was ordained priest in Albany in 1914, by Bishop Nelson. Mr. Kendrick has been curate of St. Peter's Church, Albany, New York, 1913-1918, and rector of St. Martin's Church, New Bedford, 1915-1918. He was Civilian