|Short Name:||Effie Wells Loucks|
|Full Name:||Loucks, Effie Wells, 1857-1930|
Born: July 10, 1857, Mayville, New York.
Died: March 4, 1930, San Diego, California.
Buried: Okoboji Cemetery, Arnolds Park, Iowa.
Effie married James Loucks in Sandwich, Illinois, in 1881, later moving to Pipestone, Minnesota, where they lived for several years.
Why Not Say Yes Tonight?
|Texts by Effie Wells Loucks (14)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|All nature loves sunlight, 'tis shown every day||Effie Wells Loucks (Author)|
|Are you in the life boat of Christ the Lord||Effie Wells Loucks (Author)|
|Cast thy bread upon the waters Let it float along||Effie Wells Loucks (Author)|
|I found in God's volume a promise||Effie Wells Louck (Author)|
|I know that my Savior is counting on me||Effie Wells Loucks (Author)|
|I shall be happy when heaven I gain||Effie Wells Loucks (Author)|
|My Savior left his home in glory||E. W. L. (Author)|
|O why not say yes to the Savior tonight||Effie Wells Loucks (Author)|
|Revive us, O Lord, for our hearts have grown||Effie Wells Loucks (Author)|
|Some errands of mercy the Lord would have done||Effie Wells Loucks (Author)|
|The angel of death is abroad today||Effie Wells Loucks (Author)|
|The little lad came with his loaves and his fishes||E. W. L. (Author)||English||2|
|Though the cover is worn and the pages are torn||Effie Wells Loucks (Author)|
|Ye loiterers in the market place||Effie Wells Loucks (Author)|