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Figure A. HOMER JORDAN LECTURER A. Homer Jordan is a man who has had a large experience as minister, worker among boys, and Chautauqua lecturer. He has been educated in some of the best colleges of the country, notably Bethany College, W. Va., Transylvania University, and Oberlin Theological Seminary. He well fits into the occasion of a fraternal gathering, Chautauqua lecture course, or commencement. As a minister he has served pastorates in country, and town. He is interested in everything that makes a community better, and his messages are full of vital truth, and lasting influence. Wherever he has been heard, people are more than glad to hear him again. Lectures Commencement Foundations. Four Right Angles of Life. Life Challenges Fraternal and Patriotic Fraternalism. Links That Hold. The Triangle of Brotherhood Pillars of Our Democracy Chautauqua Sore Spots on Society. The Rights of the Boy. The Final Test of Religion. Real Americanism. Endorsements PLATFORM MANAGER Baltimore, Md. Mr. Jordan had charge of the Boys' work at our Chautauqua this year. The boys are very eager for his return. Special mention should be made of Mr. Jordan's address at what was called The Parents' Hour, a series of splendid discussions of the boy problem in all its modern aspects. Every Chautauqua will enrich its program of construction service by engaging Mr. Jordan. M. H. LICHLITER, Pastor Grace M. E. Church. CHAUTAUQUA PROMOTER Rev. A. Homer Jordan conducted the Boys' Work at the Wabash Chautauqua this season. Mr. Jordan also gave a series of lectures to parents. In both lines he was very successful. Mr. Jordan is the type of man that takes an interest in the whole Chautauqua, and helps to unload the cares of the manager. JAS. H. SHAW, Co-Operative Chautauqua Ass'n, Bloomington, Ill. COUNTY SUPT. OF SCHOOLS. I have frequently heard Dr. A. Homer Jordan. His subjects are well selected, his language refined, and his addresses teem with forceful illustrations. A student and a worker, with an excellent voice and a pleasing personality, he is an able representative of the modern school of oratory. F. C. FIELDS, Supt. Decatur Co. (Ind.) Schools. M. E. CHURCH PASTOR SAYS: Dr. Jordan possesses a pleasing personality, and this, together with a scholarly ability, and literary finish, makes the presentation of his message vital and vigorous. J. E. MURR, Pastor Centenary M. E. Church, Greensburg, Ind. CITY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Expressions of great appreciation were manifested on every side, both by the members of the graduating class, the patrons of the school, and the citizens of the community, in connection with the able address delivered by Dr. A. Homer Jordan during the graduating program of our high school. The directness of the appeal to the graduates, the clearness of the message, the inspirational and suggestive character of the theme will surely have a lasting outcome upon all the hearers. We trust that we may again be favored with his presence at some time in the very near future, and shall endeavor to arrange such an occasion, if convenient and pleasing to him. JOHN G. ROSSMAN, Supt. Stuttgart (Ark.) Schools. Dr. A. Homer Jordan is a good speaker, an earnest and progressive student, and thoroughly alive to the problems of the times. To any one interested in securing a good address he will bring a message that is worthy of the highest consideration. I am glad to recommend him as a speaker worth while. ELMER C. JERMAN, Supt. Greensburg (Ind. City Schools. Dr. A. Homer Jordan delivered the commencement address for our high school last spring, his subject being, The Four Right Angles of Life. His lecture was both intellectual and inspirational. He is a man possessing personality and excellent delivery. May he long continue to deliver his message of cheer. J. E. CLIFFORD, Supt. Converse (Ind.) Public Schools. Dr. A. Homer Jordan delivered his splendid address, Foundations, at our commencement last year. Much favorable comment from those who heard him was very gratifying to us. The graduates testify that his words will long be an inspiration to them. Dr. Jordan is an inspiration to all who hear him, and I can heartily commend him to any school desiring a strong commencement speaker. C. T. WILLIS, Supt. Wynne, Ark., Public Schools. Dr. A. Homer Jordan is an entertaining and eloquent speaker. His thought is of high order and his manner pleasing. J. R. ALLEN, Principal Pine Bluff, Ark., High Schools. GREENSBURG, INDIANA, MINISTER. Greensburg, Ind. Dr. A. Homer Jordan is a strong thinker, a logical reasoner, and a forceful and eloquent speaker. His diction is chased, his thinking incisive, and he presents his theme in a most pleasing manner. He has the ability to interest, instruct, entertain, capture and hold his audience to the end. JOHN. H. DODDRIDGE, Pastor First M. E. Church. ILLINOIS CHAUTAUQUA HEAD. Shelbyville, Ill. To Committeemen:— Dr. A. Homer Jordan was with us last season and had charge of the Boys' Work. He did splendid work and made this feature of the Chautauqua work one of the most interesting and attractive parts of the program. Dr. Jordan is energetic, hard working and deeply interested in the work of the young people. J. C. WESTERVELT, President Shelbyville, Ill., Chautauqua Association. Press Commendations Dr. Jordan does a work in character building that is constructive, and will bring good for years to come. He wins the young people by instructing them in the fundamentals of character formation, and by reaching them in the way they should be approached.— Wabash (Ind) Plain Dealer. Mr. Jordan, who is a native of our State, is a man of brilliant speech and commanding personality. His words teach, move and inspire.— Sisterville (V. Va.) News. Dr. Jordan spoke in the Christian Church here last night. His address was most favorably received and he has made many friends in our town.— Bethesda (O.) News. Mr. Jordan is the type of man and the tpye of lecturer that fits into the modern order of things. HAMILTON MERCER, Editor, Greensburg, Ind. Dr. Jordan's address on Fraternalism for the K. of P. Lodge was splendidly prepared and ably and touchingly delivered.— Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News. Dr. Jordan is a most pleasing speaker and a very delightful gentleman.— Greensburg (Ind.) Review. Dr. Jordan has proven himself a man of exceptional ability, and sterling worth. His work in our city has been uplifting in every detail.— New Castle (Pa.) Herald. Rev. A. Homer Jordan has made many friends in our city. He is not only an able and earnest spkear, but is a fine business man, and a genial and social citizen. He always impresses one as a man who does know how to work, and when the task is finished all feel that it has been well done.— Marion (Ind.) Leader Tribune. Citizens in general deeply regret the going from our city, of Dr. A. Homer Jordan. He has been, during his four years' residence here, extremely popular. In the work of our community he has responded to every call, both in and out of his church, for the betterment of the city. Business has felt and profited by his good advice and association, and the Chamber of Commere, while regretting his leaving extends to him hearties wishes for usefulness and success, wherever he may go.— Daily Bulletin of Pine Bluff, Ark., Chamber of Commerce. An auditorium full of people heard the wonderful address on Belshazzar's Feast delivered by Dr. A. Homer Jordan last night at the First Christian Church. The response from the large crowd present showed that the address had a telling effect.— Daily Courier, Winfield, Kansas.
|Title||A. Homer Jordan: lecturer|
|Topical Subject (LCSH)||Lecturers|
|Personal Name Subject||Jordan, A. Homer|
|Digital Collection||Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century|
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