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Vc'iAuMli X~qV LAURENS, SOUTH CARI LINA. WH)DNE-SIAY, DE-CEMBER -17, 1919. IAI'?2
Resignation Handed In and
Fo Adinunistrator Sendis in his Itesig
nation Plolilwing tt'ilement of Coal
Strike without his Ileingz consuited.
Says P'resident, Would Ag~ree wi.th
WVhington, iee. I'.---l.rinciI)les un
dI erlying ltresident Wilson's plan for
,lhe settlemnt of tle coal strik, ae
'epted by (he miners, as based, ar
"Itudanitienitally 'wi-ong as a matter of
'-overn men'," Dr. larry A. (Garfleld,
federal fuel admliistriator ulitil today,
(old ia hastily assembled subcommittee
1,f the sennte tonight.iils resignation,
sent to President Wilson because of .
iis views was accepted today with
Iiose of one or two of his associates,
iWhile discussing with some freedom
"a cleavage in the cabinet" caused by
strike settlement negotiations, Dr.
Carteld withheld is vers to questions
by Senator Fre.tnAlhuiysen, Republi
(';an, New .Jersey, chgiirman of the sub
committee, on matters he regarded
as touching confidential intercourse
with his former associates during tlte
strike period. Me adhered to this
refusal, though senator Townsend,
Repuliiean, Michigan, and B'tnator
Wyers, Democrat, Montana, Joined the
chairman -n urging replies, and re
fused to furnish a copy of his letter
of resignation, wh ich he 1indieated had
eoplained il: e president.
'Senator' en intimated
I hat Altoiorey (11ed I11 Palmer andI
other officials eio0i)Ricted with t1he
strikco. settlndt.ouid -be --calle01
'My ohkd.etion," I)r. Galrfle!d said of
the rpllemet ilan" "goes to tle point
lhat h11 voimission vAhich I under
etanti will be 111) to decide wages I
1.1(d prices v:ill be composed of tiree <
imebluers. One to be a min 1011, \'
!o be a 'o.il mine operator, and tille
tord to reoresent the general publi. f
[inder- it Ilte publi', Which Is tile chief
party at intr-st, would always Pe in
"IIas it h''n1 your' exeriec'Ie with 1
Ole coal in lustry that emlployees and
'o'pleyers ralight have t comi)miloni iIn
i .,ro:;t in ine(-reasing wages and costs
and uassi n that increase on to the
public in p'.iceS:,". i9enator Towisend 1
"They may have that Comnnon in- 1
terest." Dr. Garfield reslponded, quali
yfyIng his ,inswer by saying that he
was not char:ging that this WOuld be
the neCessary result.
"I believe I represent the real opin
Ion of tlhe resident in the matter," lie
said later. "That is, if I were able to t
see him and talk it over, -because I
know his miindl."
Sketc-hing the hist.'ry of strike tie
g'tiat ions, lDr. Garfld explainied that
hie thodughtI the members of lie cabi
net were statnding with hIm in his s-ug
gestion of a 14 per cent. increase ini
wages andc e-n advisory cominhssion to
reovlew the facts from 'which he der-Ivedl
he 1-i pet- cent clause. When this
was reftused, he added, he thought thA
<'westijotn was going to be "fought out.I"C
Dr. (lartiCld would iiot priodClie a'
telegrati sent himi by Attrney Getn
eral P'almeri confirming that unde-a
standling for .which lie was aisked.
iseuin itg -pruioosals whicih lie had<
iibmit *'d :uto lhe cabinet, Dr. Gar-fIeld I
"I hadC tno power under the LTev'er
act to fix wages, but did have power' I
to fix pric'er, and the determination of:
reasoniale prices involved finally e
dieteriiination Cof reasonable wages. I
dlrew' nio a1 statemeunt of princ'iples
which I I hought should govern thie
determitnatiotn of reasonable wages,
and submitted that to the cabinet,''
"They were with you on that state
mnent ?" Senator Frrelinghuysen asked.
"Yen, except as to the second of ther
principlets ttated," Dr, Garfld re
;plied. "That was one which said
the average wage of workers in the
Industry ought to be taken as a guide
in fixing inacreasdes allowed to meet
'the cost of living, andl~ not the wager
oif a single tVroup. Secretary of Lahor
Wilson desired the increase so given
to be ostimnated on the .wages of .plek
IAURENS TRUST COMPANY
INCREASES CAPITAL STOCK
Stockholders D)ecido to InereasNe Cup.
ital Stock to $200,000.
At a meeting of otockholders of the
lhaureni Trust Company held Monday
:tifternoon a resolution was adopted
providing that the capital stock of the
2ompany be increased from $75,000 to
$200,000. It is understood that ap
plications have already been made for
: large part of the new stock and that
little difficulty will be obtained inl s
uring the .emnalder. Wih this much
apital the Lattrens Trust Company
vill' be the largest capitalized vor
oratioln ill the county ouilside of the
Followinil the meetim of tle stock
loldeis a m),.eet ing of the directors; wa:;
lid whlen the regul 41 it i semi
oi'.al dividend was or-dered paid and
l.o a (nibiFenlent of tlhe entile si ur
ci m of th' colp;any. represen5ltn,
thouti fifty pert cen I of the presenot
Iapitcal sto !k.
.\Mr. M. .1. Owings is presideit o thew
*0iompainy, \li. 1). P". Todd is manager I
)f the real ( state department and ' ir.
ias. F'. Toliert mnnager of the in
urance department. Mr. Owings said
*esterday that the year 1919 had been
lie most 'rosperous in the history of
lie company aid that bright. prospects
vere held out for the fiture.
hi~A~tENS LODGE E-LE4'Th.
,aurens Loilnr No. 260, A. F'. 31., Ilolds
Election Friday Nkht.
Laurens Lodge No. 2610, A. F. M.,
ield Its regular annual election Fri
lay night when officers wero elected
or the ensuing year, .James I. Sulli
an being elected Worshipful Master.
nst-llation ceremonies took place on
he same night. The following were
.Jamles !. Sullivan, W. M.; 11. Li.
'lardy. S. WV.; J. K. Pool(-, .1. \W.:
)r. Clifton .Jones, Treas.; w. 1,. Tay
or, See.: Phil 1). 1luff, S. ).; .it. W .
lriggs, .1. D., 11. M. McKemnie anld ).
!.~Norwood, Stewards, W.*6. WasaiT
Church l6e1urs ('Caniged.
At a meeting of ministers of the
a tist, 1tCpiscopal aid Presbytierlin
hurchev held the ilrst of the week it
Vas decidcd dto change thehoulr of
ui nday morning services so that Sin
ay Sehoal will begii at 10:15 'clock
ncld plrceaching service.-s it 1::30. 1erv.
L. E. Ilille, pastor of t.he Met hodist
hurelc, was not present Iut it -was
oldeirstoorl *hat he was in cagreemnt
vith the plan and that his church will
>hswerve ci!.samle h lor.Th even
nig services, both on isunday and I
Vedlnesdadys, will remaini at thll samuie
0our of 7 :;0. Conigreogations of the
arloucs churches are recluested to
ear tle chang - of hours ini mind.
Laundry to Make eitpairs.
Mr. Shell McDaniel, proprietor of
lie lauidry, Said yesterday that tle
aundry would close down this after
coon to remain closed until Monday
o make needed repairs.
The Mount Pleasant School wIll
cave a Chcr.stmats tree acid exercises
t Ml. P'leucant church Friday night,
he 1 9th, ;it .even o'clock. 'lhe pub
Ic is cocdilaily invited to attenid.
"Whiat wcas yourc objection to that?"
enator TOwnsend~ asked.
"'lising thec increaso on the wage
f plek ineirs," dIr. Gartloicd said,
would have resulhted ini securing acn
verage inc'rease of 179 per cent, in
vages in thm inustry over the pceriod
inco 1913 w.~heni the secretary of labior
oncedled t hat thie increase in costl of
lving had been only 79 per cent."
Somae members of the cailnet, Dr.
acrileld sali, sn upported him, anid some
lhe secretary of labor, bcut all swere In
grecement on the balance of the piro
cosal. Ile had licnally taken the re
ionsilbility of pcutticng through his
ele iment suggestion without secur
nig a unanimous agreement of the
"I conceived myself to be tho ro
iponsible offi!cer," .hie said, "hll eving
hat I had 'iuthority to determine priceI
iuestions. The matter wvacs not pre
ecnted to President Wilson."
Appiying the prin'ciples laid dlown,
)r. Garfield said. he decided that 14
cer cent would nmeet the increased
:oat of livincg anid that operators could
cay it ouct of proflts and stilli keep
mnough nitnes running to supply the
lation cwith coal untder the fixed price
>f $2.25 a 'en. The mInors decided to
'efucse and continue the strike.
TO BE FURLED
Soldiers Who Went out from the First
Methodist Church to be Entertained
by th Congregation.
The congregation of tht First Meth
odlist church is preparing to honor the
men who went out to the war from
that church at an entertainment to be
given in their honor on the evening of
December 2611h. A committee com
posed of Mrs. J. F. Holt, Mrs. 1'. G.
IDalh', Mr. '. C. Switzer and Mr. W. G.
llaneagster. has beeni appointed to
supervise the arrangements. li con
nection with the en t erta innent to be
held. the c(cvasioni will ble marked by
the fitrll ing', of tle service flag 'which
has 1htuig in the chulreli since the early
part of the war.
Tel(, service II :ig of the citurch con
tains 37 l'.. siars, one gold statr and
. red cro os star, the goldI star )eing
for 12ieut. 'los. 'D. Lake who was
kill'd inl the Argonie Forest.
''le followitg letter has been sent
olit to each of Ihose of the cli ttclh
who served during the war:
My Dear U1rother:
The First Methodist church, de
sirous of preserving the record of
each of ler enlisted men, and also
wishing to do themu some honor, in
vites you to be present at the clitirch
on Friday, December the 26th, 1919,
at 7 o'clock P. M., at which time the
Service Flag will be fitried with ap
propriate ceremony. After which the
ladies of the church will serve a
turkey dinner to every man for which
we have a star.
10ach man is at liberty to bring,
eilter his wife, sweetheart or mother.
Please answer by return mail an(]
,ay wlietlhr or not you n('ti be pres
1ntt. Whetler you cali come or tiot,
please answer. the following que
lHons so xve can flle away with the
fiag tle record of each enlisted man.
A. E. I hOIIA'A
Prease tear off and re un'11.
Your name in full ..................
Where born and when..............
Paren t's .,ame ....................
When ldid you enlist................
WIhere fr'om? .....................
In what part of the (.!.%,'
(division, (.tc.)? ..................
d yt go overseas ................
I what eligagemetlis? ..............
tere yol wounded? ..................
When m1tustered out? ......
'iINCE ION MASONS ELECT.
'riiceton Lodge No. 129, A. F. 31.,
Elected New Offieers Sitiriay Af
ternoon. W. i1. Davis, W. 31.
Princeton, Dev. I.5.-At Its regular
uteing Saturday afternoon, Princeton
iodge, No. 129, A. F. M., elected offic
ira for the ensuling year as follows:
Willie 11. Davis, W. M.; W. Vincenit
Kirby, S. W.; G. Dewey Wood, J1. W.;
A. J Monrtoe, Treas.; A. K. ilughtes,
Officers for the other' stat Ions will
b~e appo ited at a mieetinig to be lheld
["riday, Dec'ember' 26thi, at II o'clock
it which t ine the installatlon e'xer'cls
a wIll take place.
eS* * * ** **e* **. eo e S
U!nder a specIal rul ling issued*
recdently by thte Bur eaut of Watr *
ltisk Insurtianlce, Washington, 1). *
C., all former soldiers, sailor's andc *
muarines whose (Governmtient in- *
surance has lapsed or been cnn- *
cclled( may have unoti DIIecetmber' *
* ,1919, wi'tlign which to r'einistat e*
thelir insutrance, by piaying onily *
*two mionthis' premtiumns On the*
amount. of insuranice they' wisht to *
* TIhie only other' condit Ion i-*
*posed Is that the Insured shall *
*1n0w be in as good health as lie * 1
was .when discharged from thle*
service, or as lie was whten the *
grace period of his isiuranice ex- *
*ipiredl (whilchoeer In the later*
*(date), and shall so state In his *
Make 'he .check or' monecy orde'r*
payable to the Treasurer of the*
* lnifed States and mall it, with*
*your app)lication for roinistate-*
mont, to Premiutm ReceIpt Sec- *
* tlon, flireau of WVar RIsk Insur- *
* ance, Washingtn, D). C."
SE-N. DIAL WARNS
gays They Should Watch Current
Proposals for Reduction of South
Washington, Dec. 12.--Senator Dial
)f South Carolina, in a statement to
lay, said that Southern people nvould
lo well to give more than their usual
iotlee to cutrrent proposals for the
reduction of -Southern representatioil
n congress, especially as the threat ol
,itch action is now complicated witi
)ther issu i, among them i tle Contest
)ver the seating of Senator Newherry
)f .\Michigans Senator Dial ) a!d:
"Outr people should strengthen theii
Alvetorate onld look generally to theil
'lerti lachiniery, il take if fot
tanlted, as 4hey hav here(tofore. that
he recurrent demands for investiga
ioil will amount to nothing. The rs
>lution of the enator from New
lampshire .lr. loses, which is iow
wilding, !krovid .,; for investigat ion,
lot only of tlet laws governing Ihe
4veltions, with a view to ascertaining
whether in any late the right of citi
:ens of lhe United States to vote is
lenied or abridged and that 'i f it
hall be found that representation in
he electoral college and the national
iouse of representatives is enlarged
brough such denial or abridgement,'
he committee 'shall recommend to
ongress such legislation as will re
luce the representption in such state
>r states.' But the Moses resolution
>rovides also that the joint committee
)f fIVe senators and five representa
ives shall 'take Into consideration all
onditions uinderl which the suffrage is
xerclsrd, dented or abridged, no less
hanl the law themselves under which
I is done' and shall 'reliort its con
luslons to the congress not later than
Fuly 1. 192.'
"Partisan nitur os e and prtjudice
'ould sewil to he infcrtrable in tihe
t I -t from ih fact that the aut hot
of the resolhdion specifically request
j;iin prosonting lihe measiire, that it
>v referred to Ihe commille (oin priv;
eges and eleti:m:. Now it so hap
'ens and probabhlly not by chance, that
tot one -Soti i h I na iit lor has I Seat
ni that commnitee. \ President
larshall prontily and properiy re
erred it to thi connittee on the ju
iviatry. That comamitec include'; sein
Iors from North Carolina, Georgia.
eniessee tind Texas, although of
ourse, it has a majority miimhership
if lie tublilns. We also have ample
ssurante that if ordered the investe
ratbotn, coining as it wil! In a presi
ential campaign, will he of a partisan
haraeter, for the resolution proviile
hat the Iile members from the upper
ranch shall be appointed by tle
>resident )f the senate and Ihe Ilve
'prosentatives 1by the speaker of the
otse, and In accordance wIih con
resslonal practice the majority party
I'l have majority represen tat Ion in
"We may expect that if Investiga
lon of the Newberry election Is
r'essed 1by the D)emnocrats, the Moses
'oluitIon will be prtessed by the Rie
itubIleaans aund t he miore vIgorously h"
auise the mneasure would he aIccount
d a str'ong bid for negro suipport of
he Repub)1lecan ptyin t iiIhe priesliden
"'Souithern sentorttis andt conigress
''in have fr'om timue to tbie thiroutgh
'any years endeavoredl to awvaken otur
'"ople to thle imiportanee of qutal Ify
ig as electotrs atnd generally3 prepar
'mi to carry at the 4olls in general
'entltin theo nomintionis made In
relr primaries. Al11 thliat they have
"i(1 heretofotre has special point and
11uys Machien Rtesidenee.
Mr". 0. L. Long, whlo has; been prac
'ring lawv in Greenwood for sever'al
i'mths, bought the J. S. Machen home
'lare on south 1 larper' street last
veek throutgh the D~avis Realty Comn
'any, payIng $10,000 for the pr'operty.
Ii is ndlerstood that Mr. Long wIll
nove to Laurents and open an offiec
'the practice of law, ie Is a son
if Mr. and Mrs. G. Wash Long, of this
Ity,. and ns many friends hero who
villl be glad to see him a resident
if this place.
To Hlave Christ masi CarnIval.
'Toachers alId pupIls of the Gray
'ourt-Owin.gs graded school ar'e pre.
a;ring for a "Christmas Carnival" to
r' given at the sehioc' ' 'ig Frlday
tIght, December 19th. A .- 'd pro.
tram .wil be given ar a ellghtfutl
'veniing ia promised to h' who at
end. The nuhble is en- ' .oite
TU10 IkSiTAE STRIKE
('ontinuation of Nattoniwide Steel
Strike Voted on at. M1eetInt: of T'n
Ion Ileads Saturday.
Vashington, Dec. 1-4.-Continuation
of nation-wide steel work-ers' strike
wats voted today by the conference
here of the 24 :presidents of unions
connected with the steel industry. It
was said there were only two dia
sentinjg voter. most of tic inior lead
ers malintainling that victor'y i'l Ohe
controversy was in sight.
M~emblers of the strike comjttecI
comment ilgA oil the VoteC(! declarxl that
th' rCent ancellation by the tUnited
State; Steel ('mrporation of tie hlge
foreign eon trails .was one of the most
favorableIguries Of the evenitual sue
C11.;S Of thle -trike. It also was assert-1
(d Iliat while many steel plants h ad
r(ummed opcration, prodiution had
heoen farl below niormial with fthe ov'er
camiptaign oIf foutr years were fori-n
Litd at thoi coilf~eil CC wichrl 011(11 r I
yesterda a e ers of the committee
said. TIle lmelig was described by
(Thairma n Joltn Fit z at rik at." tii
most en thitsia st Ic whtichl had been heldc
sice li orginal leciation of the
sti'lke iii Sep)1ember.
Replying to the qestion as to I
whether manym of the tormkemis had r-c
turned to work, Mr. F itzpatrick said
that while heic had been some de
flsctions taimog the strikers thoy wote I
not suffich lit to imperil thi st rikd's
'OTTON GINNINGS INCREASE.
Ian'rc us ('ounty Farmers Olined Near
11.1411 GM l Iles of Cotton I'rior toI
Jaturens ountv farmers ginn'ed
1,di hales of cotton prior to Deiemi
her Ist, as elown by the repor't to the
ce)nsis lepartmeun t by Mr. C. W. Ae
iravy, loca! coitton reporter. Dlluin
Sh" :amt: period last year ..517 bales I
were gillind. The consensuis of opin -
iom is that the cotton is ior igeneial
ly 'irnd at this period than it was ,
it the same tiie last year and it .
hardly ploh:Oile that. tinal ginniniiii.
A.ll show a large increase ovetr the I
"rinninig to Decemiber lat. IlIoWevvrle,
is iLunderstriood that tIle present giln
'ugs ar'eady suirpasses ite ginings
'f the last rasoni by several thotisaitd
!nd th", to3al increase itay lbe ove'
l'e thotisand hales.
J. A. T homasoin I n,iured.
Mir. .1. A. Thomason, of Owings, was
rorced to have his arm amputated Stin
day as a recoilt of an accident. which
befell him aturday when ie was
'":orking at the gillnery at that plvace.
Tit somei manner Mr. Thomason's coat
was caught, in tihe shafting. When he
-ittempted to pull the coat out with his
right hand his hand was drawni he
tween the helt and the pulley and
fea rfu 13' man tgledr. IT is entiIre body13
wvas thlirown artoundl the ttllecy seveiraI
tImes, and his life was bai'ely saved
byv thle fort nate cIrcumstances of the
powver belng et off just. as the aei
'Iclint occurredt'n. As it was he was very
'nucht rhaken tup in ardditloll to the
hittry to his arm. It was staited yes
terday that Ihe was gettIng along ver'y
wvell tinnder t he circtimstances.
1Locates Brick 14lant.
Mtr. It. M. Franks, whio will be the
mianager oIf tile brick plant tri lie put
tn ~Operi on htere by him and Mr. 10
F. FIemting, m'ane a few (days agoi that
hits company had secuired a part of
the llall ;.rolperty just north of the
C. & W. C. raIlroad andl that thet
;ilant would he locnted in what is
'ow a pas'ure. A siding wilIlibe built
'ni Igher groundtr adjoininig the raIl
road track. le said( thiat they ex pent
to lie mak inig brIck In thle early3 spr'ing.
Case Senit toi Federal Cotirt,
MIrn. l'. T. Machen, the local whole-n
ale grocetr, wiho was given a relim-- a
inary heating Friday befoire tr. S.
Vommoissioneir R. E. Itabbi on thte
charge oif profiteering In sugar, wvas
hound over for t rial at the Greenwvood 1
term of the fedleral coulrt. ie was re
leasedl upon bond in the sum of $1,000.
Schiools (lose Friday.
The local schools, according to an s
annonncement by .Superintendlent Gas-e
qiuo, are to close Friday for theld
Christmas holidays and will remaIn
closed until Monday, January fith. This a
ofve tnhers and pupils twvo weeks a
UPHOLDS DRY AC1
onstitutisnality of War
Tine Act Upheld
nitted St ates Supreme Courit by
V'naimi'iious Decision Upholdsd War.
tihme P'rohiibition Act. Decisiong
Praielia I , y Sweeps Away "Weg'
C I 1.;tI I 1.1,;
Wamon, D)ec. i5.-ly lnuani
nous dci:ion, constitutionality of the
rt(ne 'Alibition act was Hustaiined
oday by Ie Supremie Court. The
i)iiiii. -.iven by Associate Justico
Iiraniio, Iwld In effect, however, that.
he "air invoked "dry" period still may
:e teriniii:ied by presidential procla
n: 1tioll of, iemfiobilization.
In .reidermg its opinion, the court.
mwOever, 'hid not act on the validity
if the Volslead prohibition enforce
l(nt aWt 1W on appeals involving the
leoholic contrent of beer, leaving thoso
ases to future opinions which may he
anded (town next Monday before the
ourt recesses for the Christmas holi
Today's dlecisioii practically' swept
way all 1'ope of a "wet" Christmas
s Ilie ims.ihiiities of the wartimo act
eing repialed before constitutional
rohibition becoimes effective one
ionth flrom!i tomorrow were consider
''lle casa '; decided were those of the (
e(itu cky Dililleries and Warehouse
liimay of uLiiilli, Kentucky, and
lryoos and iu:a compaiy. Nov.,' York,
Ititlitd for I)'he pos0t offico cormll I -
Ig the government to lease whiskey
rom bonld. I hoi1 cases tle courI
ellied (n0111 itions of Hlihi loot and
tier atcrovys for the distilleries that
h( act in a ini of the constitution take
rivate iproperty wilolut just colmpon
atiioni, Ilhat til period of the war
lmergency for whil the act was
a dm.had terminated, that. the law
Sal int erreice with file state po
e pow ers an1(d an uidue exercise of
10 waIr iliwers of congress.
ollgrcss did not intend for the war
me act ,) termniiate oil the conclu
ion of the war but at the end of the
riod of d-.hsmohilization in the view
1, the cour hiclh held that tle coil
hision of tie war clearly didl not
Wl eessationi of hostilities."
Tongress, Ilierefore, provided, "the
pinion dled, "that the time when
h' act ceised to be operative should
e fixed by the presiden t's ascertain
ig and proclaiming the (late when de
iohilization had terminated."
ad tlie president on October 28th
ist, wlen lie vetoed the Volstead act,
vlieved th:it demobilization had tor
lina ted, Ihe court said, "he would
,ubtless have issued then a procla
int ion to thai Itifect, for he hiad mani
estedl a --trong conviction that re
triic tions iponi the sale of liquor
The wartinie a('t, the coulrt also hiet
not 'onflsentory, asserting that more
han nine m1(1 onth were given dlistillers
ri dispose' >f lieir stocks, which time
hie courit believed'( to be adequate. The
et also wa; inot repeailed, the court
('ld, by t-he prlolihit ion constitutional
mendmihiien t, wichel, it assertedi, is 'hindi
rig, not1 ((1ly3 ini iieace but also ini aa'
Anu 11n'emient wvas madie tonight
hat thle hioure agriculture committee
'ill mieet I jromorrow to Vote on the mo
loni to ta hle the bill of Rlepresen ta tive
aillIivan1, 1Democ'rat, of Massachusetta,
hi (hi wouill r'eleal the wartime act.
Iniiternal re'venuie official5 explained
>n ight that thle court 's oinIOni would
01 (ffecCt t he bu11reau's Iplans for en-'
ircinug nat ionial prohibition in thte
'ast as all pr'eparat ions had been
'inde up;on thle ausisumption that the
First. Presbeterian ('hurch Nofien,
Next Sabbthi, Dec'. 21st, there wIli
e a ('hange in the hours of ser'vice.
Sabbath School, 10:15~ A. M.
itorning Preachilng 11:30 A. M.
Inisteadl of the evening preaching
ervice the Sabbath School will ob
erve its C'hristmas celebration in the
huirei at 6:30 P. M. Everyone Is cor
lally inv~ted to all of these services.
All mnembe'rs of the Pabbathi Schoot
re' urged to he present next Wriday
t3:30 P. M1., for a rehearsal.
C. Tr. SoUIisast.