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Ministers for Various Pulpits for Com.
ing Year. Methodists Adopt
Resolution That Bible Be
Read in Public Schools.
Lancastei, Nov. .-Almost every
pulpit in Lancaster and h few in the
country were occupied by members ol
the Upper South Carolina conference
of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
South, at both services today.* Ap
pointments were also announced,
Bishop U. V. W. Darlington preached
at the morning hour at the First
Methodist church. He was heard by
a congregation that taxed the capacity
of the church, and many who desired
to hear him could not gain admittance,
even the aisles being crowded. The
life and ministry of the Prophet Elishr
was the theme of Bishop Darlington's
sermon. He likened Elisha to a great
circuit preacher and emphasized the
fact of the one aim of the Prophet,
which was to serve God wl. ,ver, and
in whatever way, God directed. He
said that the unselfish and willing
purpose of Elisha had much to dc
with the great success which he ac
complislied as a Prophet of God. The
first service of the day held in this
church was the conference love feast,
which began at 9:30 a. in., and con
tinued until the hour for the sermon,
This service ivas in charge of the
Rev. M. M. Brabham.
This afternoon, a memorial service
for two deceased members of the con.
ference was held, the Rev. Mariar1
Dargan and the Rev. J. N. Isom, both
of whom have passed away since the
session of the conference a year ago,
Memories of both were read and trib
utes to the life and work of each
were paid verbally by many who were
present at the service. Conference
came to a close tonight with a permon
by Dr. A. M. Traywick. A resolution
by B. R. Turnipseed that the Holy
Bible be read in the public schools
Dr. M. L. Carlisle introduced the
following resolution which was adopt
ed by a rising vote:
"Knowing the utter impossibility of
adequately expressing what is in our
hearts, we yet wish to express to the
city and citizens of Lancaster our
deep appreciation of them and their
hospitality during the session of this
"Therefore, resolv.ed, that we pray
for the peace and the blessing of God
'That maketh rich and addeth no sor
row therewith.' They have fed us
with earthly food; may the Lord give
thein the bread of life. They have
taken us. into their homes; may the
Lord- receive- them- into the everlast
ing habitations. They have crowned
us with their kindness and regard;
may they receive the crown of life
which the Lord shall give."
The appointments follow:
Anderson Diptrict: A. E. Holler, P.
E. ,Anderson; Bethel, A. M. Smith;
Orrvillo, J. P. Byars; St. Johns, L. P.
McGee; Toxaway, James Renfro; Sup
ply, Antreville, W. A. Duckworth;
Calhoun Falls, J. T. Lawrence; Cen
tral, W. S. Goodwin; Clemson College,
A. E. Driggers; Honea Path, J. E.
Mahaffoy; Lowndesville, N. G. Bal
longer; Pelzer, W. L. Mulliken; Pen
dieton, J. T. Miller; Piedmont, A. P.
Smith; Princeton, G. G. 'Harley;
Seneca, H. B. Hardy; Starr, J. L.
Jett; Towvnville to be supplied; Wal
halla, A. W. Barr.
Walhalla Circuit: D. A. Jeff'coat, P.
E.; Westminster, J. S. Edwards;- Wil
ilamston and Belton, J. S.. Henley;
Student Emory University, W. F.
Harris; Bethel quarterly conference;
agent superannuated home fund, E.
P. Taylor; St. Johns quarterly con
Cokesbury District: E. S. Jones, P.
Eu.; Abbeville, C. E. Peele; Abbeville
Circuit, J. B. iKlgore; Butler, A. E.
Smith; Cokesbury, J. C. Cunningham;
Greenwood: Greenwood Mills, W. H.
Murray; Main Street, A. N. Brunson;
Greenwood Circuit, J. M. Meetze; Kin.
ards, L. W. Shealy; McCormick, M.
T. Wharton; McKentiree, R. M. Tuck
Cr; Newberry: Central, J. L. Danil;
Mollohon and Oakland, Paul Kennett;
Supply, O'Neal Street, W. F. Gault;
Newberry Circuit, G. F. Clarkson;
Ninety Six, 0. A. Jeff'coat; Phoenir,
R. L. Doggett; Plum Branch, R. L.
Roundtree; Pomaria, W. B. Justus;
Prosperity, J. D. Griffin; Saluda, J. L.
Singleton; Waterloo, J. F. Lupo;
Whitmire Circuit, D. C. Gregory; Sup.
ply, president of Lander College, Johr1
0. Willson; Main Street 'quarterly
conference, professor at Lander Col
lege, R. C. Lawton; Main Street quar.
terly conference, assistant Sunday
Schqol editor, L. F. Beaty; Mair
Street quarterly conference, associatt
head master Carlisle, School, W. J
Columbia District: J. R. T. Major
P. E.; Alken and Williston, G. H
Hodges; Aiken Circuit, F. L. Frazier
supply, Batesburg, T. W. Munnerlyn
Columbia, Brooland,. R. C. Griffith
Edgewood, W. S. Pettus, supply; Ep
worth to be supplied; Green Street
R. L. Keaton; Main Street, U, S
Truesdale; Grace, E. T. Hodges; Shan
don, R.. F. Morris; Washington Street
M. L. Carlisle; Waverly, A. M. Dog
gett; Whaley Street, W. H. Lewis;
Edgefield, G. W. M. Taylor; Fair
field, R. E. Sharpe; Gilbert, L. W.
Johnson; Graniteville, G. T. Hughes;
Irpno, M. A. Cleckly, supply; Johnson,
D. W. Keller; Langley, J. T. Frazier;
Leesville, J. H. Brown; D. R. Roof,
supernumerary; Leesville Circuit, T.
F. Gibson; Lexington Circuit, H. A.
Whitten; North Augusta, T. C. O'Dell;
Richland, A. A. Merritt, supply; Ridge
Springs, F. C. Beach; Ridgeway, J. C.
Harmon; Swansea, J. W. Cooley;
Wagoner, D. E. Jeffcoat; Editor of
the Southern Christian Advocate, R.
E. Stackhouse, Shandon quarterly
conference; Student Emory Univer
sity,*J. E. Ellis, Main Street quarterly
Greenville District: J. M. Steadman,
P. E.; Clinton. Broad Street, L. E.
Wiggins; Sloar Street,. B. M. Wynn,
supply; Glenwood and Easley Mills,
W. E. Taylor; Easley, J. Paul Pat
ton; Fountain Inn, W. H. Polk; Gray
Court, C. W. Watson; - Greenville:
Bethel and Poe, B. H. Harvey; Bleach
cry Circuit, J. H. Bell, supply; Bran
don and Poinsett, C. L. Harris; Bun
combe Street, C. C. Herbert; Choice
Street and Mills, J. W. McElrath, sup
ply; Duncan and Judson, P. L. Bouk
night; Hampton Avenue, H. 0. Chai
bers; Monoghan and Woodside, S. B.
White; St. Paul, W. B. Garrett; Green.
ville Circuit, M. H1. Brooks; Greer,
0. M. Abney; Laurens, P. K. Kilgo;
Laurens Circuit, Foster Speer; Lib
erty, E. W. Mason; Norris, J. W.
Pryor, supply; Pickens, J. C. Diggs;
Pickens Circuit, D. P. Hudson, sup
ply; Simpsonville, S. H. Booth; South
Easley, H. H1. Merritt, supply; South
Greer, J. F. Farr; Travelers Rest, C,
R. White, supply; student at Oxford
University, England, E. F. Moseley,
Laurens quarterly conference; con
ference evangelist, C. M. Morris;
Rock Hill District: G. C. Leonard,
P. E.; Blacksburg, M. K. Meadors;
Blackstock, J. W. Shell; Chester,
Baldwin Mill, S. J. McConnell, supply;
Bethel, Henry Stokes; Chester Cir
cuit, R. C. Boulware; Clover, J. G.
Huggins; East Lancaster, J. A. Bled
soe; Fort Lawn, R. W. Wilkes; Fort
Mill, W. R. Bouknight; Great Falls,
J. E. Brown; Hickory Grove, J. W.
Lewis, M. G. Lathem, supernumerary;
Lancaster, E. R. Mason; Lancaster
Circuit, F. V. Robertson; North Rock
Hill Circuit, W. F. Johnson; Rich
burg, A. Q. Rice; Rock Hill, Bethel
and Park, H. E. Griffin, supply; St.
Johns, J. W. Speake, R. L. Holroyd,
junior preacher; Rock Hill Circuit, W.
P. Meadors; Van Wyck, W. C. Kel
ley; Winnsboro, J. D. Holler, R. F.
Revis, supply, junior preacher; York,
J. K. Walker, conference secretaV ofO
education, J. C. Roper, Bethel quar
terly conference; conference mission
ary secretary, J. W. Speake.
Spartanburg District: W. A. Fairy,
P. E.; Buffalo, R. C. Webb;. Campo
bello, J..H. Montgomery; arlisCle, L.
A. Carter; Chesnee, N. M. Phillips;
Clifton, F. G. Whitlock; Cowpens, J.
M. Mason; Cross Anchor'F, C. Owen;
Duncan Circuit, P. R. Kilgo; Enorec,
B. M. Robertson; Gaff ney, Buford
Street, A. L. Gunter; Limestone
Street, W. M. Harden; Gaffney Cir
cuit, J. E. Strickland; Glendale, H. B.
Koon, supply; Inman, W. Y. Cooley;
Jonesvilie, S. T. Blackman; Kelton,
J. F. Golightly; Pacolet Circuit, J. H.
Manly, A. H. Best, supernumerary;
Pacolet Mills, W. G. Smith; Spartan
burg, Bethel, F. E. Dibble; Central,
B. R. Turnipseed; Drayton and Beau
mont, to be supplied; Duncan, J. B.
Connelly; Elbethel, J. E. Merchant;
Saxon, M. B. Patrick; Whitney and
Bethel, B. H. Tucker; Tucapau, H. WV.
Sanders; Union, Bethel, R. F. Cog
burn; Grace, J. W. Kilgo; Green
Street, J. B. Chick; Unity and Sardis,
J. A. Chandler; Woodruff, WV. M.
Owings; Textile Industrial Institute,
D. E. Camak, president, Saxon quar
terly conference; conference evange
list, J. L. Harley, Central quarterly
conference; Southern Home Institute,
S. T. Creceh, president, Central quar
terly conference; professor at Wof
ford College, A. M. Trawick, Central
Transferred: J. W. Fraser to the
Alabama conference; Hamlin Ethe
ridge to the South Carolina confer
Received by transfer: J. C. Diggs
from the Florida conference; J. A.
Chandler from the North Georgia con
ference; F. C. Owen from the North
Georgia conference; A. P. Smitx from
the Memphis conference; A. WV. Trra
wick from the Tennessee conference.
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