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The Presbyterian of the South : [combining the] Southwestern Presbyterian, Central Presbyterian, Southern Presbyterian. [volume] (Atlanta, Ga.) 1909-1931, August 02, 1922, Image 20

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N? vv (Hit'iiiis I 'r 'st?yi I'fv .
Aiikhiu t Ik* lading and grat li ving
i i.ijufssitiiis I' ll by tins Conl? ivnco
i > i : 2 >' bo 1 1 1 ? * it t i ? >ii? ?* 1 :
! Tin- high sjdi it r.a I tone Ihroilgli
<?111 tbo < * 1 1 1 1 ?'? ? ? viirc, largely duo t.?
l i;o devoi ioiial I'.ible studios 1? y !>r.
L' Tin- si>l<ini ni eo-ojion?S t?u? ui
iii? |i;< I'l ni tin1 |-aslors ol' 1 1 1 ? ? I 'ros
l*> i< : y.
Tin* fli'liuiil I 111 ami bounl it'll I
l.o-pit jil:i y ?.l the j ?????]? I . ui ("rowb-y.
I Tin- great amount ?il uouuiiio
laJont among tin* Sunday School
workers i ? I this I'ri'sh.vii-riiil district.
A n ? ?! Ii ? ? i" i"<*v?'la t i??n resulting I nun
I lie < 'onlo|*??nce is tin- lack ut ? 1 1 1 1 ? I ? ? 1 1 1 ?
? ii il:-' Si 'In ii ils I'l this I list 'lit . as
ini'ii stifi il by th ? Ass? tn'dy's T.'ii
I'uiiit Standard. a tact whirh >ve trust
v, ill incite tn an i aru-'st ei'iort ?ui tin*
|"al*t ut all the Schools to jKriv.tK:*
tlii-ir I'tiiciiiicy (luring tin* coining
; i -a r.
A I'l or this delight I'lll fellowship and
i i ? s | > i i -a I i i ? > i gained Irotn tlo- unii.'tially
Iihiiu addresses and lro:n I ho lii'lp
lul discussions, wo loo I thai a rei|
I I 1 1 ? ? r day has indeed boon added to
tin' i ab'inla r of tlio Sunday School
work ot" tin' I'li'sbyti'i y and a high
standard set tor all out future ('on
1 ??fences. May each School look !'? ? r
ward l.i next year's f??iil wilh
a detenninat ion to do its part in
wards raising tin? average of ellU-iency
I'or tin? District.
( ("out inned from page 7)
.Mrs. Charles C. Itohhins, Deader in
Camp Kin? (iirls* Work.
N. D. IMotrowski, I'l'csidi'iil Polish
Catholic I'liioii.
.Mrs. (Mhelia Myhrmati, President
Swedish American Republican Wo
men's Assoeiat ion.
Andrew llumnicland, Attorney.
M. K. < ?reenel?aum. President
tireenehanm Sons' Hank.
.Mrs. Harriet Taylor Treadwell.
President Chicago League of Women
Mrs. .1. .1. Delaney, President Ca
tholic Woman's League.
lion. Krancis P.orrilla, Attorney.
Dr. S. .M. Melameii, Kditor Jewish
Daily Courier.
Dr. Saul Silher, Kahhj Temple
Anslie Sholem.
.Soseph J. Krasowski. President
Cniversal State Dunk.
Louis II. Diinick, Manufacturers'
Anton ltiankini, M. 13.
An military boarding school. Instructors ? all college grn<luati'R Bracing mountain
climate. 2300 ft. altitude. On Main Linn, C. & O. I{ H. Station K.i.iccvcrto, Brick buildings.
New $78,000 f ire proof barrack*. Athletic field New gyinnnaiuiii. Term* $.r>00. Illustrated cat
alog, address COI?. H. B. MOORE, A. M? Principal, Boi 30, I.ewisburg, W. Va.
(The State Agricultural and Mechanical College)
All Courses Open Alike to Men and Women.
Four-year courses for high school graduates, leading to It. S. decree, in Agriculture,
Engineering, Science, and Teacher Training. Two-year courses in Pre-inedieal, Home
Demonstration, and Practical Agriculture. Short unit courses in agricultural branches
and printing (linotype.)
For catalogue and full particulars, address
DEAN OF THE CoELECE, V. p. I., lilacksburg. Va.
Medicine Denistry Pharmacy Nursinft
New Puddings. Well Equipped Laboratories Under the Direction of Full-Tiine Com
petent Teachers.
The Memorial Hospital, Doolev Hospital, St. Philip Hospital are owned and con
t rolled hy the Medical College of V irginia, and offer every facility for thorough Clinical
Teaching. Staffs composed of the Faculty of the < "ollege. Additional < 'linical Facilil ies
are offered through other institutions in Richmond
For full information and catalogue address
J. R.McCAULEY, Secretary, . Richmond, Va.
Located in the beautiful capital city of Texas.
A product of the vigorous Southwest, with highest Christian ideals and standard
t raining.
Adjacent to the University of Texas, exchanging credits with it; exceptional opportun
ity for University training, especially in social sciences, pedagogy and philosophy. Stu
dents can secure the M. A. from the University of Texas during the Seminary course.
Opens September 27, l')22
Address REV. T. W. CURRIE, President
Austin, Tex.
Hunipden-Sldney, Va.
A college for men, founded 1776. Degrees of R. A., B. S. and M. A. En
trance on certificate from accredited schools. Ideal location in beautiful
climate. New gymnasium. All outdoor sports. Equipment thoroughly
modern. Expenses reasonable. Students receive personal attention from
Write for Booklet and Catalogue
.1. I). r,(i(iliKST()\, Lb. I>? President. llainpdeii-Sidney, Va.
High-Class Diamonds and other Precious Stones. New designs In Engage
ment and Wedding Rings, Silver Novelties and Cases of Silver for Ilridal
Presents of the Largest Patterns. Fine Imported and American Watches,
Opera Glasses and Lorgnetts. Goods sent on approval upon satisfactory city
James F. Stapiua, I'n sideut Amer
ican l'.ank.
|>r. Le*m Fram, Itahhi T? * in i? 1 ??
J ndea.
Si .Mayor, Secretary 1 >epart incut of
This Leu kmc claims to be lully or
ganized in t wentv-li vo Slates of tin'
I ' n ion and declares ils purpose to or
ganize every State within the near t'u
lure. The otlieers ami a?lvisor.v hoard
oi the Illinois division, as submitted
above, a re quoted from tin* otlicial
letter-head of the League and given
for what is indicated of its racial
composit ion.
From the same otlicial letter-head
we quote the declared purpose of the
League: "The defeat of Sunday con
trol laws" and "The eventual repeal
of existing Sunday control laws." In
a word. Hit* League proposes to
abolish tin* American Sunday and to
precent its restoration under t lie law.
We submit no argument to prove
our assertion I ti :? t this League is a
Challenge to Ilea! Americans other
than that contained in the foregoing
names and the declared purpose of
the League. If Sunday is an Amer
ican mistake, as these Jewish, Rus
sian, Italian, Swedish and other alien
gentlemen affirm, then by all means
Ileal Americans should get into this
League and help to rectify the mis
take of their Colonial Fathers. I!,
however, as many of us believe, the
motive is a combination of commer
cial greed and license construed as
liberty, then we need 110 one to tell
us that we should he found handed
as one mail to destroy the League and
defeat its un-American purpose to de
stroy for the sake of g;.in and moral
license an institution upon which
much of the greatness of our nation
wan builded.
Ilev. I. Cochrane Hunt, l>. 1)..
Southern Secretary,
The Lord's Day Alliance ol the
United States.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Walke-Cole: At the Manse of the
Porter Silent Church, Richmond. Va ,
JuiiK I7tli, 1!>22, by Rev. W. A. Hall,
Mr. Melvin Kugene Walke ami .\iiss
Lillie Beatrice Cnlc, both of Rich
mond, Va.
Ituckiier.t 'aiidle: -\t the Manse eT
the I'orter Street Church, Richmond.
Va., July IStli. 1H22, by Rev. W A.
Hall, Mr. Liernard Wesley lliickner
and Miss Nellie Louise Candle, both
of Richmond, Va.
Mc.Alexaiidcr-Kanisay: At the resi
dence of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. K. Ramsay, in Jeff Davis
County, by Rev. W. A. Hall, assisted
by Rev. J. L. Christian, on June II,
I!i22, Mr. Carmal McAlexander and
Miss Jessie ('. Ramsay.
Phillips-Carpenter: On June 1 5tb,
at the Presbyterian church, Aliceville,
Ala., by Rev. J. C. McQueen, assist
ed by Rev. J. K. Cook, Jr., Mr. ileorue
L. Phillips. c.f Meridian, Miss., and
Miss Lilly Mary Carpenter, of Alice
ville, Ala.
2D e a 1 1) 6
Duncan: Mr. \\*. L. Duncan, aged
:!1. was buried in the Wildwood
Cemetery at Hartow. Kla., July 4,
1!>22, having met his death in a
nearby lake. ||?* was a member of
the I'resbyterian Church and was a
very lovable character.
Johnston: At her home in Chester
field County, Virginia, July 2nd,
of I lie
l!?2~. iti her sixt y-sevmit li your. Mrs.
1 1 < > | ? \Vliyt?> Johnston, ;i in ? it J >? *1* of
I'orter Streot I 'fi'sbyti'iiun Chiirrh,
i ? - |{ irli inoml M;iiiy lov?*d ones mourn
lln-ir loss. *?*!*? ? die is gain."
mic. w. i ?. i.o\ r.
The following r?'sol ul ions woro
passed liy the joint I ? n ? t i li n
KIiKts ami lirarons and t li<
liible Class:
"Whereas, William liari' l.ove, son
of William Mare l.o\e, Sr.. ami
nor I .call Va loiil i'li*, horn in N < > \v York
City April Till. iMiti, rami' as a rhild
willi his par<-nt.~ in Coliinihla where
liis father been me a factor in lli<'
business life of tin- riiy ami for many
years served the l-'iisl ITesbyteriau
Church as a faithful Klder. Secre
lary ami Treasurer.
"William l.ove was ]>r<'pa ri'il for
? 1 1 ? ai Thompson's Srliool. Coliim
liia. and Hanks' School at l^orl Mill
lit- attended i ho I'niversity of South
Carolina through the junior class of
ISiiii. Ill- was special pension exam
imr at Washington, l?. ('.. 1 stii! in
IsliX, after that linn- In' returned to
his home and became Secretary ami
'fnasiiri'i' of the Mutual Life Insnr
an?'i' Company at Columiiia. lie mar
It tells how you
may secure an in
come that cannot
\ shrink; how you
m a y execute
\ your own will;
how you may
create a trust
fund; how you may give
generously withouthardship.
It describes the annuity bond, a safe,
convenient, and productive invest
ment which promotes afundamental
Christian enterprise. Endorsed by
all denominations.
Write for Booklet 24 ?
Bible House, Astor Place, New York
R A \ 1 >< ?l I'll M.xn.N \r \i>i;m y
Thorough pre pa rat inn fur eollepe nr Imimiicss life
New gymnasium ami su illinium pool Liberal
endowment permits nf unusually Inw teims.
rovers :? 1 1 < ha r pes for tin* school yi-jir. No extras.
Kan<io!ph-Maeoti I >< lys Mircird- graduates of
this school have ri'U'iviil full college degrees or
entered profession in the past 27 years, Kor catalog
and further information. address
K. Si mi ? it Smitii \\ If Pin i es, I'ltist ii-ms
Home School for ?.irls.
la the Mount. 'tins of Virginia.
Ttvi'iil y-live miles from ('harlot lesv ill;..
The tisil:il liiKli school academic work.
Special attflilioli |iaiil lo iniisie. Biljle
taught throughout Hie school. Prepar
atory < on rsi-s arranged when desired.
Total cost, including instrumental inu
sic, J^'10. Address
II. >1. \V A 1 1. KM,
Selmjler, Vn.
A private preparatory school for Rich
mond bovs. Full corps of cxperieiiivd in
structors. Small classes. Individual at
tention. Accredited l>v tlic leading univer
sities, technical schools and the U. S. Acade
mies. Lower School for lit lie boys.
Aj ?l >ly for catalogue, containing univer
sity and college record.
JOHN P. McGUIRE, Principal

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