Father and Mother held revival meetings in the Frost school house and souls were saved. I have among my papers somewhere a clipping I cut from the Free Methodist paper some years ago. it told of the death of Sister Frost—saying she was soundly converted to God in meetings held in the Frost school house by Bev. W.S. Haight in 1877.
There were others, seems to me it was in this neighborhood where a country tavern keeper was saved and emptied his whiskey into the gutter.
Pettice’s Mill was another battle field for God and salvation. There in the flour room of the old mill, souls sought and found the Lord. Lattermer was another place they held up the blood stained banner.