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' referred to what he described as the "recent shocking exposures of crim inality in the city of Washington." Congressman Fitzgerald, in making his speech, declared that the situa tion in Washington was incomprehen sible to him. Those who have care fully read the articles on the reli gious situation in Washington, which appeared last March and April in our Church papers, by the Rev. Andrew It. Bird, pastor of the Church of the Pilgrims, will not find the situation so incomprehensible. Where religious influences are not supreme, lawless ness must be expected. The Roman Catholic Church real ized years ago that the peculiar tran sient character and world influence of Washington demanded the co operation of their forces throughout the nation in strengthening their work at the capital. They have backed up their workers in Washing ton loyally and generously. The va lious Protestant denominations in re cent years have also rallied to the support of their workers in the capi tal. In the case of no denomination, is such Church-wide support more necessary than for us, Southern Pres byterians. God grant that our people may every one covet some part in meet ing this opportunity, and that every church may try to have its name placed for all time on a seat, or, if possible, on a pew in the Church of the Pilgrims, which we are all doing to the glory of God and the increase of His kingdom throughout the world. I Jflarrtagesf Beverly-Lynch: At the manse, Amelia, Va., May 29, 1921, by the Rev. D. P. Rogers, Mr. C. R. Beverly and Miss Lizzie H. Lynch, both ol Amelia County, Va. Willson-Barnos: At the Presbyte rian church, Amelia, Va., August 30, 1921, by the Rev. D. P. Rogers, Mr. C. Hoy Willson and Miss Etta L. Barnes, both of Amelia County, Va. liunker-Badgett: At the home of the bride's parents, Mattoax, Va., Oc tober 20, 1921, by the Rev. D. P. Rogers, Mr. H. L. Bunker, Peters burg, Va., and Miss Faye Elizabeth Badgett, Mattoax, Va. Tweedy-Harvey: At the New Con cord Presbyterian church, Campbell County, Va., October 29, 1921, by the Rev. D. P. Rogers, assisted by the Rev. J. M. Elder and the Rev. Mr. Marsh, of the Methodist church, Mr. Clarence F. Tweedy and Miss Jessie Saunders Harvey, both of Campbell County, Va. McLuuclilin-Hull : On November 3, 1921, in the First Presbyterian church of Mooresville, N. C., by tzqy. R. A. White, Mr. Hugh Currie Mc Lauchlin, of Raeford, N. C., and Miss F. Beatrice Hall, of Mooresville, daughter of Mr. T. N. Hall, an elder here. Eldridge-CoflUi: At the residence of the bride's parents, Itasca, Tex., No vember 11, 1921, by Rev. J. D. Mc Lean, D. D., Mr. Ross M. Eldridge. of Kansas City, Mo., and Miss Sue Coflln. Kteplinn-CSrnliam : At the home of the bride's mother, at Gatesville, Tex., October 26, 1921, Mr. Charle3 F. Stephan and Miss Edna Graham, both of Gatesville, Rev. S. J. McMurry officiating. Benfield-Helms : At the manse of the Pegram Street church, Charlotte, N. C., on December 8, 1921, by the Rev. John E. Wool, Mr. Waller S. Benfield and Miss Ella Helms, both of Mecklenburg County, N. C. Lyles-Cames : In the Presbyterian church of Bunkie, La., October 15, 1921, by Rev. T. T. Trimble, Mr. John A. Lyles and Mrs. Lucille (Trimble) Carnes, all of Bunkie, La. 8e?sions-I)obbin : At Westminster church, Nashville, Tenn., November 29, 1921, by Rev. Dr. Charles Wil liam Sommerville, Mr. Sidney Dee son Sessions and Miss Aeta Dobbin, of Friar's Point, Miss. Mulr-Underwood : November 3d, In the Blytheville, Ark., Presbyterian church. Rev. J. Walter Cobb officiat ing, George Leland Muir and Miss Katherin Underwood. Thomna-Oglesby: November 12, 1921, Samuel L. Thomas and Miss Kathleen Oglesby, both of Blythe ville, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Gosnel, of Blytheville, Ark., by Rev. J. Walter Cobb. I*rinco-Hermnn: November 22, 1921, in the Presbyterian manse. Blytheville, Ark., by Rev. J. Walter' Cobb, William Prince and Mrs. May Herman, both of Bragadocia, Mo. Fritli-Dickerson: At the manse, 1008 Porter Street, Richmond, Va., October 22, 1921, by Rev. W. A. Hall, Mr. Charles A. Frith and Miss Mabel E. Dickerson, both of Rich mond, Va. Peake-Boylan: At the manse, 1008 Porter Street, Richmond, Va., No vember 7, 1921, by Rev. W. A. Hall, Mr. Word Day Peake and Miss Erma Harvey Boylan, of Mineola, N. Y. Gardner-Taylor: At the manse, 1008 Porter Street, .Richmond, Va., November 8, 1921, by Rev. W. A. Hall, Mr. George Gardner, of the U. S. Army, and Miss Esther Taylor, of Richmond, Va. Surber-MoriHsey : At the Presbyte rian manse, Clifton Forge, Va., by the Rev. L. H. Paul, October 18, 1921, Mr. Thomas Peyton Surber and Miss Eliot T. Morissey, both of Clif ton Forge. Va. Cralg-Hoatet tcr : At the residence of Mr. W. J. Grove, Clifton Forge, Va., November 19, 1921, by the Rev. L. H. Paul, Mr. Arthur A. Craig and Miss Sadie Agnes Hostetter, both of Clifton Forge, Va,, ? Smith- Art z: At the home of the bride in Clifton Forge, Va., Novem ber 22, 1921, by the Rev. L. -H. Paul, Mr. Leslie D. Smith and Miss Mamie Christine Artz, both of Clifton Forge, Va. Woody-CVntchfiold: At the manse. PittBboro, N. C., November 12, 1921, by Rev. Jonas Bkrclay, Mr. Harvey C. Woody and Miss Icey Crutchfield, both of Chatham County, N. C. Jones-White: In the Hyde Park Presbyterian church, Austin, Tex., November 23, 1921, by Rev. E. L. Storey, Mr. Lawrence B. Jones and Miss Frances D. White, both of Aus tin. RiKRsbee-Hackney : At the manse. Pittsboro, N. C., November 2, 1921, by Rev. Jonas Barclay, Mr. Banks Riggsbee and Miss Margaret Hack ney. ItiKKsbce-Hnckney : At the manse, Pittsboro, N. C., November 2, 1921, by Rev. Jonas Barclay, Mr. Coley L. Riggsbee and Miss Julia Hackney. Farrow-liowlJng: In the Hyde Park Presbyterian Church, Austin, Tex.. November 24, 1921, by Rev. E. L. Storey, Mr. C. L. Farrow and Miss Florence M. Bowling, both of Aus tin. Hinton-Knox: At Beersheba Pres byterian church, near Summerville, Ga., October 25, 1921, by Rev. Rob ert H. Orr, Mr. \V. L. Hinton and Miss Ailene Knox. Wilson-Henry: At the home of the bride, Summerville, Ga., November 22, 1921, by Rev. Robert H. Orr, Mr. H. C. Wilson and Miss Ruth Henry. CJarner-Ilrown : In Clio Presbyte rian church, Clio, S. C., November 24, 1921, by Rev. C. G. Brown, fath er of the bride. Rev. J. S. Garner, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Mullens, S. C., and Miss Margaret Frances Brown. Webb-Hronson : At the manse, Pittsboro, N. C., October 31, 1921, by Rev. James Barclay, Mr. Oscar Webb, of Candor, and Miss Ollie Bronson, of Carbonton. Du RantrOIiver: In McDowell Pres byterian church, Greelyvllle, S. C., November 16, 1921, by Rev. R. H. Ratchford, Mr. Henry Eugene Du Rant, of Aibohr, S. C., and Miss Mt?ry Gertrude Oliver, of Greelyvllle, S. C. 666 CURES MALARIA, CHILLS AND FEVER, BILIOUS FEVER. COLDB AND LAGRIPPE, OR MONEY REFUNDED. 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