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twelve adult members were received
and seventeen infants baptized. The
Martimlale church co-operated and
shared in the fruits.
Kdnn: The work of this church,
which was practically "dismembered"
in the annual moving stampede last
fall, is taking on new life and among
a new people. The services are held
in the home of the only remaining
family with a large attendance of in
R. D. Campbell.
Bowie First Presbyterian Church:
\Ve arrived in Bowie July 21 and
were very kindly received. A recep
tion given on Tuesday after our ar
rival, was attended by quite a
number of the members of other
churches, who greeted us cordially.
The church has been without a pas
tor for two years, but has maintained
its Sunday school in good condition.
The Ladies' Auxiliary has met regu
larly for Bible study and prayer and
church work. The officers have had
frequent meetings in which time was
given to prayer as well as business.
An Every Member Canvass has been
made each year, $1,200 being sub
scribed the first year and $1,400 the
second year. The membership is small
but active and there are good pros
pects for growth. One member was
received last Sunday by letter.
C. L. Altafather,
Lewlsburg Seminary, with its new
$215,000 fireproof dormitory for girls,
should have 110 boarding students for
the coming session. It has an excel
lent faculty and all the surroundings
Elkins: In the $1,100,000 Cam
paign for schools and colleges in West
Virginia, now in progress under the
united efforts of the Northern and
Southerh Presbyterian Churches,
$150,000 was assigned to Elkins and
Randolph county. The campaign for
this allotment began July 20 and
ended August 10 in a victory dinner
attended by about 250 guests.
When the reports were all in more
than $150,000 had been subscribed
and there was great enthusiasm for
this splendid work in Elkins and the
The campaign was conducted on a
high plane by eight trained can
vassers under the leadership of Rev.
Herman Jones, assisted by a score or
more of local men and women. Dur
ing the three weeks of work in this
section the message of the splendid
progress of the college as well as the
plea for Christian education was car
ried to all of the churches in the city
and many in the county through
Among the out-of-town speakers
were Drs. Buschgen o? New York,
Melvin of Chattanooga, Sweets of
Luisville, and President Smith of
Synod and Synodical: The regular
meeting of the Synod and the Synod
ical Auxiliary will be held at the First
Presbyterian church, Hinton, W. Va?
September 19-21, 1922. A very in
teresting and helpful program has
been prepared and it is urged that
every member he present at these
meetings. Registrations should be
sent to Mr. H. J. Edmonds, Hinton,
W. Va., at least two weeks in advance
of the date of the meeting.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS.
Rev. G. M. Howorton from Catletts
burg, Ky., to 1323 Kinney'B Lane,
R?v. W. E. Shine from Melrose, N.
M., to 360 Highland Avenue, Tuscon,
Rev. R. Excel 1 Fry from Mobile,
Ala., to care of First Presbyterian
church, Pine Bluff, Ark.
Rev. C. PT. Ralston from Bethel
Springs to Route. 4, Selmer, Tenn..
but he does not change his field of
Rev. D. S. Gage, I). P.. was said re
cently to have changed his address
from Fulton, Mo. ,to Macon, 111. It
should have been said that this was
only a temporary change for a short
time. Dr. Gage has not moved from
Fulton, but continues to make that
place his home.
Rev. M. W. Doggett, 1). I)., from
Crawfordsville to Moultrie, Ga. He
has been called to the superintendency
of evangelistic work in Southwest
Rev. C. G. Gunn, who has been pas
tor of the Fourth church. Greenville,
S. C., since March, 1921, owing to
conditions in the church, and in his
homo in Lamar, Missouri, tendered
his resignation to take effect August
1. His mother, who has been seri
ously ill, is very much improved in
health. Mr. Gunn lost his father on
Rev. I. Cochrane Hunt, I). 1)., South
ern secretary of the Lord's Day Al
liance, Is moving his headquarters to
Nashville and, after August 22,
should be addressed there. Commu
nications addressed to him care the
Lord's Day Alliance, Nashville, Tenn.,
?will reach him safely.
This notice will doubtless be in
teresting to many church treasurers
and others who have not as yet made
their remittances for the support of
the work of the Alliance this year.
I>r. and Mrs. A. II. Shaw of Iver
ness, Fla., were en route to Charlotte,
N. C., to attend the marriage of their
son, Angus R., Jr., to Miss Claudia
Morrison. Just after reaching Ham
let, N. C., Mrs. Shaw had a stroke of
paralysis. She was brought to Char
lotte and is now in the Presbyterian
Hospital. Her right side is affected,
and she has lost the power of speech.
She is slowly improving. Capablo
physicians and attentive nurses are
doing what they can for her recovery.
Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Buckingham of
Hashing, China, are happy over the
arrival of a fine baby girl on July 28.
They are now at Ruling.
MA8SANETTA SPRINGS BIBIjE
The climax of the five weeks of
the Massanetta Springs Bible Con
ference was reached when Dr. J. Stu
art Holden of London, England, and
Dr. William Evans, Chicago, III.,
came to the platform. On Monday,
the begining of the Bible Conference,
there were probably a thousand peo
ple present to greet these wonderful
There has been so far a daily at
tendance of about three hundred peo
ple at Bible Conference. Dr. Holden's
beautiful flow of English, together
with the spiritual fervor of his mes
sages, made a profound impression
upon his hearers.
Dr. Evans has lived up to his repu
tation of being one of the greatest
Bible teachers in America. He has
made the First Epistle of John live
before his hearers.
About fifty ministers were present
on the first day of the Bible Confer
ence. They ate dinner with Dr. Hol
den and Dr. Evans in one corner of
the dining room. A solo was sung
by Cfirystal Brown, the splendid
choir leader and soloist, and most
heartsearching addresses were ma<e
by Drs. Holden and Evans. All de
nominations In the Valley were rep
Encouraging features of the five
weeks' Conference have been the De
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ance of the governor of the State, E.
Lee Tr>nkle, and a banquet given in
the interest of Hampden-Sidney Col
lege and Union Theological Seminary,
attended by the governor and a long
list of distinguished ministers, includ
ing Dr. W. W. Moore. His addresses
during the Dedicatorial Week will
long be remembered by those who
heard them. Young People's Week
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