Item 12 - Fruit of the Spirit drama

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CA CMBS NP198-3-12

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Fruit of the Spirit drama

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  • [1941]. (Creation)

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6 x 8.5 cm. [B&W].

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This photo is of the women students presenting a "declamatorium" (Chancel drama) on the fruit of the spirit. The women stand behind several blocks built into a pyramid ending with the cross. The blocks all have different words written in German on them.
Front row (L to R): fourth from left is Lydia Wiebe, Mary Friesen (later Mary Langeman) and her sister Olga Friesen (later Olga Wiens).

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This photo was published in the MB Herald January/February 2017, p. 6.

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Identification for Lydia Wiebe came via a letter to the MB Herlad (Jan 24, 2017) from her cousin, John Wittenburg. identification for Olga and Mary Friesen came in an email to the Mb Herald (Jan 24, 2017) from Olga's son Ed Wiens.

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Price: $5.00
Megapixels: 0.8
Resolution: 1193x663

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