This is a scan of a newspaper clipping that was in my Grandmother’s scrapbook about Rev. Woolsey accepting the call to pastor Walnut Street Baptist Church in Waterloo, Iowa.
This is an article published in The Pastors’ Corner, “Does God Especially Bless Those Who Support Biblical Jewish Missions?” This was in my Grandmother’s scrapbook, and I don’t know the original source. But this was written when my Grandfather was the pastor of First Baptist Church in North Tonawanda, NY.
This is the Program for the Graduation, Class of 1958.
This is a scan of a newspaper clipping that was in my Grandmother’s scrapbook. This is an article about the dedication of the new Sunday School Building. This was probably published in the Waterloo Daily Courier.
This is a scan of an Editorial by Pastor Woolsey submitted to the local newspaper about smut mail that was in my Grandmother’s scrapbook. This was during the time he was at Walnut Street Baptist Church, but the article is un-dated. This was probably published in the Waterloo Daily Courier during the 1950’s.
Announcement in the Syracuse Herald Journal that Baptist Bible Seminary purchased a Roman Catholic Seminary in Clark’s Summit, PA. This will move the school from Johnson City, NY to Pennsylvania. Dr. Woolsey was President of the seminary at this time.
Syracuse Herald Journal, Nov. 4, 1967
Newspaper Ad in the Waterloo Daily Courier Feb. 5, 1956 for the United Evangelistic Crusade at the Waterloo Auditorium. Dr. Woolsey was one of the pastors involved.
Waterloo Daily Courier Feb. 5, 1956.
Newspaper Ad in the Waterloo Daily Courier Sunday, Aug. 16, 1959 for night school at the Waterloo Baptist Bible Institute, President Rev. Austin D. Plew. Dr. Woolsey was one of the instructors.
Waterloo Daily Courier Sunday, Aug. 16, 1959.
Co-ed school dances were an issue of great moral concern in the 1950’s, as they have been in every decade since. These are 2 editorials by Dr. Woolsey submitted to the local newspaper in 1958 and 1959.
Waterloo Daily Courier Oct. 31, 1958
Waterloo Daily Courier May 22, 1959