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(Continued from page 9) Corkle, pastor. For some weeks we have been occupying our own house of worship, which at this writing is practically finished and painted. Dur ing the eight days, September 2-lth October 1st, inclusive, Mr. McCorkle was aided in a series of evangelistic services by Rev. W. 1*. Robertson, pastor of Cross Roads and Stonry Creek churches. The largest crowds that ever attended services at ibis point gathered night after night, and were delighted with the earnest and forcible sermons of Mr. Robertson. At 3 P. M. each day ne delivered lec tures on the Epistle to the Romans which were warmly appreciated by those who were privileged to hear them. At the last service of the se ries, Messrs John A. Loy and Ilurney Clapp were ordained elders and M. C. Loy a deacon by the pastor, Mr. Rob ertson assisting in the service. Pas tor and people are much encouraged by the outlook for future growth ana progress. Generous friends of the pastor came to our assistance and contributed a total of 5 06 5 toward finishing and furnishing the church. The handsomest pulpit desk is a post mortem gift of the late E. A. Snow, of High Point, promised before his death, and given b> the Snow Lum bp>- Co. in his honor, besides a dona tion of J2? on the furnitur? bill. The First Church of Burlington gave u*i two handsome goth'c pulpit chairs. All these kindnesses are warmly ap preciated by the pastor and congrega tion. ? Correspondent. OKLAHOMA. Manguni Presbytery met at Man gum, September 12, in the First Pres byterian church. At the request of the retiring moderator. Elder E. C. Devln, his brother Rev. Oliver Devin, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, Minco, preached the opening sermon. Rev. W. W. Sadler was elect ed Moderator; Rev. S. L. Hogan preached the doctrinal sermon on regeneration. Rev. E. D. Curtis was received from the Presbytery of Du rant. He accepted the call of the Mangam church and was installed during Presbytery. In the installa tion the Moderator presided; Rev. J. W. Moseley preached the sermon; Rev. J. E. Latham charged the con gregation; Elder A. F. Davidson charged the pastor. Some interesting features of the work are the coming to self-support of some of the churches; the effort to build a church house in Cheyenne; the Increased attendance of elders; the provision for supplying Union the only rural church in the Presbytery; the organization of new work in Okla homa City; the inspirational address es of Elder A. F. Davidson, Rev. C. V. Crabb and Rev. Chris Matheson in a popular meeting on the Progressive Program. J. W. Moseley, S. C. ftOUTH CAKOlilNA. Columbia Seminary: The past sum raer has been a very busy one with the professors of this Seminary. Dr. Reed delivered a series of ad dresses at the Training School of the Synod of Florida. As Moderator of the General Assembly, he attended a number of committee meetings at Montreat, and delivered addresses and preached at various places. Dr. McPheeters spent most of the summer studying and writing at Charlotte. Dr. White spent the summer at Richmond, and much to the joy of his friends and the congregations that heard him, supplied several of the Richmond churches. Dr. Kerr spent most of the summer taking special courses and doing re search work in the Semitic languages at the University of Chicago. Dr. Clark delivered series of ad dresses at the Worker's Training South r.?f ?e Syn?dS ?f Geo,eia and i Carolina. He conducted ono o the Bible courses at Montreal These with preaching every Sunday, Rave him a very busy time. Mr. Murchison spent most of the summer in active oversight of the many improvements at. the Seminary. e found time, however, for a trip North, on which he preached at Had donfield, New Jersey, and visited vari ous schools of Missions, to study their methods and equipment. Dr. Green delivered a series of ad dresses at the Training School of the nrpT??f S?U,h Carollna- Constant preaching and other important en gagements kept his hands full President Wells delivered a' series of address at the Worker's Training chools of the Synods of Mississippi on* fr Carollna- He conducted Caron 6vBIble c?urses at the North Carolina Young People's Conference. He was at Montreat, Massanetta. and preached every Sunday in pulpits in \irginio, North Carolina, South Caro lina, Georgia and Mississippi Those who feel that the summers of these professors are times of ele gant leisure, only need to follow the record of their work for one summer. In* n t ^ thG Sem,narr. teach all week, and the most of them preaching every Sunday. Knorec Presbytery; The Fall Ses sion of Enoree Presbytery, which has just been held in this chusch, may well betermed a Home Missions Pros irz t,' w- l- B?ggs' the past?r J the retiring Moderator Hon. W. M Stenhouse preached a strong sermon on Home Missions which made a deep impression on the Presbytery. Rev. J. F. Mattheson was elected Chairman of the Home Missions Com e* Declded Progress has been lade under the superintendency of teeVflndKi.RObertS; Snd the Com m,t* tee finds it necessary to organize for still greater efforts in order to con serve the good already accomplished as well as to undertake new oppor tunities before us. All of the fields n E,noree Presbytery have pastors or supplies. The problem now is to use each church as a base for reach ing neglected committees; mill com munities and to evangelize the moun tain sections. For the first time in years a petition has come to Enoree resbytery for the organization of a new church. A commission consist ing of Rev. Messrs J. K. Roberts, Chairman; R. C. Morrison, J. M. Mc <""ord, J. G. Walker, and elders A S Pedon and W. M. Stenhouse, was ap pointed to organize a church at Simp sonville, when the way is clear. Rev. J. K. Roberts was directed to first hold a meeting at Simpsonville. Rev. J. g Walker, Chairman of the Sabbath school Committee made an interesting report of the progress of the Sunday tchool work. Recommendations were made for one or more standard schools in central points next fall; and for Junior schools this fall and winter. Rev. J. k. Roberts has two Junior schools already a-ranged for; and there are dates open for three more. Correspondent. York: Messrs B. M. Love and J. S Mackorell were recently elected elders In this church. One of its members, Mrs. Janie Lane Garrison as entered the Assembly Training School at Richmond. Some of the men of the church are teaching a num ber of men and women who are mem bers of the Negro Methodist church. This is one of the results of work started some years ago by Mrs. S. M. McNeel and Miss Margaret Gist, mem bers of the Presbyterian church. Art addition is to be made to the McNeel Memorial Sunday School Building at a cost of about $8,000. This will be a gift from Mrs. McNeel, who gave the original building in 1916 as a memorial to her husband, who for many years was a deacon in this church. The pastor, under whose in spiring leadership the church is pro gressing so well, is Rev. Dr. E. K. Gillespie. Clioster : At the meeting of tho Synod just closed the following Per manent Committee on Publication, Sunday School and Young People's Work was appointed: Rev. C. O'N. Martindale (chairman), Rev. R. P. Kirkpatrick, Rev. J. P. Marion, Rev. W. B. S. Chandler, Rev. J. K. Rob erts, Rev. I. E. Wallace, Rev. R. C. Wilson, Jr., Rev. T. Dudley Jones, Rev. G. A. Nickles, Rev. J. E. Hen derson, Rev. J. B. Belk, and Elders A. M. Aiken, P. H. McMaster, L. L. Barr, Paul Quattlebaum. TENNESSEE. Columbia Presbytery met in Lewis burg, Tennessee, on September 26tli and was opened with a sermon by Rev. J. W. Jackson the retiring moder ator. Rev. J. C. Malloy, D. D., was elected Moderator. Two candidates for the ministry were received under the care of pres Charlie Cochren, colored. The pres byterial sermon was omitted at this meeting and the same subject, "The Newk Birth," with the same preacher, Rev. G. F. Mason, was chosen for the spring meeting. A conference on stewardship which had been arranged for by Rev. M. S. Kennedy, D. D., presbyterial chair man of the Stewardship Committee, was held. In addition to the repre sentatives of Presbytery present, a large number from the several churches came by automobile and at tended the conference. Rev. M. E. Melvin, D. D., the Assembly's Secre tary of Stewardship, Judge Joseph Carthel, Hon. W. S. Fleming, and Rev. J. W. Jackson made informing and quickening addresses. A decided advance in the Presbytery along the lines of stewardship is eagerly hoped for as a result of the conference. Next meeting, Pusaski, April 10, 1923. Clyde Johnson. Noahviln Presbytery met in Hermi tage church September 26th. Open ing sermon by Rev. J. H. Lacy, D. D. Rev. J. G. Johnson was elected Mod erator. Rev. Albert C. Holt was re ceived from Presbytery of Houston, U. S. A., to be assistant to pastor of First churchr, Nashville. Mr. G. H. Maupin, of the Roseville church, was received as a candidate for the min istry. The pastoral relation between Rev. Wll R. Johnson and Moore Me morial church was dissolved. The next stated meeting will be held in Galla tin. Presbytery has recently organ ized a new church at Jacksonville, has received live new members, will receive by ordination by Presbytery of North London, England, a new mis sionary for our African work, Mr. James Savels, and has four new manses under construction. W. C. Alexander, S. C. TKXAS. (Vnl rul Texas Presbytery met in Waco Second church, September 19th. Huling Wider E. 1). Junkin, of the University church, Austin, was elect ed Moderator. Rev. Joseph W. Camp bell was received from the Presby tery of Los Angeles, U. S. A. Licen tiate Mark D. Maxwell was examined for ordination and a commission was appointed to ordain and install him at Wortham, and install him at Streetman. Raymond Partlow, of Bartlett, Dwight A Sharpc, of George town, and Georgo Wendell Crofoot, of Austin, were received under tlio care of Presbytery as candidates for the ministry. Special consideration was given to Home Missions, Sunday school work and Stewardship. Rev. W. S. Red, D. D., preached the Pres byterial sermon on "Evangelical Christian Doctrine and Scientific Evo lution." The next Presbyterial ser mon will be by Rev. J. P. Kidd, on "The Dignity of Christian Service or The Ambassadorship of Believers." At the request of the Moderator this will be opening sermon of Presbytery. The next meeting will be with the First church, Waco, April 17, 1923. An adjourned meeting will be held at the call of the Moderator during the meeting of Synod at Marlin. Pecos: This church has just had a very gracious revival of religion. We were very fortunate in securing the services of Dr. A. P. Cunningham, of Austin, the evangelist of the Synod of Texas. He began a meeting with us on Sunday September 17th and preached twice a day for two weeks. The church has been strengthened not only numerically, but also offici ally, and spiritually. There were seven additions to the church. A con gregational meeting was held and two elders and deacon were elected, ordained and installed. A communion service was also held, the first in many months. The membership of the church and the Christian people of the community generally received a great spiritual uplift. We expect many results to follow in the weeks and months to come as the result of the meeting. Paris Presbytery met with the Ely Bian Felds church. The opening sermon was preached by the Rev. W. F. Gal braith, D. D. Dr. R. M. Hall, of Longview was chosen moderator. Rev. C. O. Huston was received from Central Washington Presbytery, U. S. A. and F. Z. Brown from Central Mississippi Presbytery and both ac (Continued on pago 16) 5000 Christian Workers Wanted To sell Bibles, Testaments, flood hooka and handsome velvet Scripture Mottoes. Good commission. Send for frc? cntuloRue and price list. GF.ORCiE W. NORI.K, Publisher Dept. No. N, Monon Rldft, Chicago, III. Real Estate Bonds Dependable Investments Ask for our Current OflVrlnjcs Southern Bond & Mortgage Co. Inc. J07 E. MAIN STREET RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.