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CROZEf, VA. A delihtful Thanksgiving program was given at the school Tuesday night. A singing contest between the quartstt of Crozet and Hillsboro was enjoyed by may Wednesday night Miss Bernice Lomax went to Washington to witness the Howard Li * Hansboro and Misses Virginia and Lelia Porter of Char lottesville spent the holidays with their grandmother, Mrs. Elvira Burrass. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Wood spent Sunday visiting their parents, Mrs. Jacob Walker and family motored to Baltimore Thanksgiving to visit her daughter. The Sunday School had a delight ful Thanksgiving service Sunday morning. Miss Annie B. Wesley who spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents has returned to Virginia Union University. -o LYNDHURST, VA. Preaching at usual hour by the Rev. J. S. Ware- He preached two wonderful sermons. Rev. A. L. Brent made several calls on friends last week. Every one was glad to see him. We hope he will come down again soon. Mr. Heck Brooks departed this life, .November 3rd. He leaves to mourn his lost one daughter, Mrs. Irene Mas sis, two sons Messrs. Sam and William Brooks, one brother, one sister, Mrs. Mollie Brooks, in VV ay neaooro, Va-, twenty grandchildren, six nephews, ten neices and a host of friendL Mrs. Julia Streets departed this life isov ember, 8th. She leaves to mourn their lost a husband, seven neices, tow nephews, Rev. W. H. Spears of Philadelphia, Pa., Mr. Monroe Spears of St. Louis, Mo-, one great nephew, Rev. A. L. Brent of Staunton, and several cousins. Mr. Lee Johnston of Staunton, Va., and a host of relatives and friends. A good woman has fallen asleep. Those among the sick are improv ing slowly, Master Fred Martin, Mr. Henry Harris, Mrs- Virginia Brooks Gomes. Rev. J. S. Wear was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs- Henry Harris The Junior League gave a social at the new school building. It was quite a success. Mrs. Philip Panneil is teacher. Miss Viola Martin and Mrs. Cas sie Barber of Staunton were the re cent guest of Mrs. Ardel Martin. Mrs. M. A. Burden sepent the week with Mr. and Mrs. James at Avon. We are proud to see master Fred Martin out after being in several weeks with the flu. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell left them a fine baby boy. Those among the sick improving slowly, Master Merdith Hepburn on the sick list. WARM SPRINGS, VA. We experienced some very cold weather tnrougn the greater part of ast week. 1 hanksgmng wa^ quitely spent but more homes had their turkey tanner. 'loose wno attended the program anu singing contest at Piney Grove in not springs: were Mrs. Saliie Pettis her uaugters, Misses Lelia and Heruna, her sons Messrs. Mozell and nerlin, Mr. and Mrs.George W. Morris and their two sons, Armsead and Hilly Morris. They report a very en joyable aifair. Despite the heavy rain and sleet Sunday afternoon many of our peo ple attended the initial meeting ol the Valley Sunday School Union at Mt. Oliver Church at Healing Springs. The meeting was indeed commendable being the first Prol. J. H. Harumg, president of the Va Yvesiern District Baptist Sunday Scnooi Convention was present and gave a most wonderful address. Rev. J. H. Camp also made en couraging remarks. Mr. Rooert Pinkston, who has a position on Three Hills is again spenuing the winter in our commu nity. .. jjggM many fine hogs were seen hanging from tne poles in our town last week. Mr. George Morris is said to have ..au the prize winners. Please make your paper interest ing by giving the reports of your local news. HOT SPRINGS NEWS The Valley Sunaay School Union met with the Mt. Olive School Sun day, Novmeber 30. There was a won derful program rendered by the Mt. Pisgah, Piney Grove and Mt. Olive Sunuay Schools. Among the visitors present were Prof. Hardy of Staun ton, Va., who is the president of the Western District Sunday School Con vention. Miss Tollie Baker is spending a part of her vacation at her home in Glifton Forge, Va. There was an excellent program rendered by the Lily of the Valley Club at the Piney Grove Baptist Church, Thursday night. The main feature of the program was a sing ing contest between the White Coat Quartette and the Lily of the Valley Quartette. The congregation was to decide the winner by the contribu tion. There was only .55 cents more laid on the Lily of the Valley table than the White Coats. Prof. Jackson, principal of the Union Hurst School spent the week end at his home in Ashland, Va. The Piney Grove Sunday School Christmas tree will be held on Dec 24 at 8:30 p. m. The program will be arranged by Prof. Jackson and Miss Nelson, teachers of the Union Hurst School. Mrs. Virginia Perkins of Coving ton spent the week end in Hot Springs. Many of our friends are living Hot Springs for the winter. . — —o Lexington, Va The social calendar for Thanks giving week was almost crowded. On Monday night at the home of Mrs. H. L Walker the Sunshine Federa tion of Women entertained the teachers of the public schools. On Tuesday night at the First Baptist Church a mock wedding was given, sponsored by the Senior Missionary Circle Mr. John Carter featured as marrying Rev. Goodgame Rev. was diessed in the latest bridal fashion with veil and court train with over a dozen maids to attend him (her)* Next was Thanksgiving Day. Turkey dinner at the Methodist Church. Quite a large number went to Washington to see the Howard Lin coln game. Among those that went were Messrs Harry Pettigrew, George Morgan, Isaac Lilly, Raymond and Desmond Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence wood and little Marie and Mr. H. L. Walker. On Friday afternoon Mrs. W.. D. Gilmore entertained the Elite Art Club. Mrs. Gilmore is a charming hostess and the guest were highly entertained. The diversion was ‘‘Bridge”. Those present were Madame Janie Roan, Marie Kenney, Geneva Williams, Arleena Franklin, Mamie S. Jones, Mary Wood, Laura C. Price, Margaret Malone and Sarah H. Pleasants. There was no preaching at the Baptist Church Sunday. The Miss ionary Circles had a program morn ing and night Mrs. Mary W. Ross and Mrs. Marie Kenney are back from New York City where they have been visiting for several weeks. Rev. J. W. Goodgame spent Mon day in Roanoke. The funeral of Mrs. Sallic Hinton, who died at her home on Jefferson Street Saturday afternoon was held at the Methodist Church Monday Dec. 1st at 2 P. M. and burial in Brownsburg Cemetary. Mrs. Hinton came to Lexington from Brownsburg several years ago a widow with a large family. She was considered a good honest, faith ful and industrious citizen. A faith ful member of the Methodist Church. She was devoted to her children and served .them as long as strength last ed. She leaves two daughters, Miss Susie Hinton and Mrs. Lelia Walker, three sons, William, Preston and Mitchell and several grandchildren. Mintspring __ Rev. J. H. Holland of Waynesboro preached at Free Will Baptist Church Thanksgiving morning and after noon. His text in the afternoon was “Shake off the Serpent.” Acts 28:5. A double soul-stirring sermon. Mr. Charles Jenkins of near Staun ton spent last week-end with his mother, Mrs. Annie Jenkins. Mr. John Porter visited his aunt, Mrs. Fannie Thompson in Greenville who is very sick the 23rd. Mesdames John Dorcas and Arch Dorcas called on Mrs. Emily Johnson Thursday afternoon. Revs. J. H. Holland and W. P. Essex of Waynesboro and Mr. Floyd Truss of Stuarts Draft were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Craw ford Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Lucy Howard of Staunton spent Thanksgiving with her niece, Mrs. William Lewis. Among those from here attending the program and supper at Reed’s; Chapel, Stuarts Draft, Thanksgiving nite were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pryor and son, Miss Mary Johnson, Messrs. John Johnston, Ornie and John Johnson, John and James Porter. Mr. A. L. Crawford butchered Friday. Mrs. Lee Johnston had the mis fortune to lose her cow, Mrs. Annie Jenkins recently visit d Mrs. Fannie Thompson. --o ... Waynesboro News I Rev. R. L. Stewart, Rev. G. W. Stewart, Dea. Edgar Carter, Mrs. A. B. Fuller, Mrs. Fanny Becks, Mi's. Sallie Johnson, Mrs. Leona Redd, and Mrs. R. T. Watkins attended the Ministers, Stewards, and Deacons’ Union, on the 30th, at the Hayes Memorial Industrial School and Orphan Home. On the 1st, Rev. W. P. Essex was in Staunton on business. On the night of the 28th, Mrs. Sallie Johnson, with her participants in a Mock Marriage, rendered a pro gram at Grottoes. Services at Shilo, on the 30th, were excellent. The Sunday School was well attended. Supt W. M. Murray, Sr., presided. 11 A. M. the pastor, Dr. C. H. Harris, delivered an excel lent sermon from Mat. 13:46. 8 P. M., Rev. E. D. Wilson, who pastors at Low Moore, and Wrightsville, de livered a sermon from 2nd Chron. 1:2. Como to Shilo each Wednesday evening at 7:30 and join a spiritual prayer service. The final rally for this year at Shilo is launched. December 14, 1930, is the appointed time. If you cannot represent in person, remem ber the medium which Uncle Sam has provided. The burden is more than we can bear, and your support will be appreciated. Mr. Willie Goins, Sr., and Mrs. Lucy Murray are indisposed at this writing. Rev. J. H. Holland preached at the Free Will Baptist Church, Mint Springs, on Thanksgiving. Rev. W. P. Essex accompanied him. On the 1st, Mr. Willie Coles was seriously injured, while at work at the Gravel-Bed. He was rushed to the hospital. An unknown committee of the Masonic Order here, gave a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving, at the Aeolian Hall. Miss Louise Stewart, daughter of Rev. G. W. Stewart, spent Thanks giving with her parents. Miss Annie Perry is gradually im proving from illness. The Basket Bailers line-up is aB follows: Forwards A. Stewart, C. Redd, M. Stewart, JS. V. Johnson. Guards: G. Spears, A. Brown, C. Stewart, E. Holliway. Centers: B. Harris, F. Fuller. Aubrey Stewart, Coach, Oscar A. Jordan, manager, L-B 259, write him for information and challenge. Leave your current news with the reporter—S. F. Diggs. JL JL a. AAA To Dedicate Two New Build ings At Alabama Teacher’s College Montgomery Ala. Nov. 29—Offi cial invitations from the State Board of Education of Alabama have been mailed this week to teachers in Ala bama and to a host of officials throughout the country, announcing the formal dedicatory exercises of the two new buildings and new campus at the State Teachers College at Montgomery on Sunday, December 14, and for the three new buildings at the A. & M. Institute at Normal on Tuesday, December 16. For the State of Alabama, His Ex cellency, Governor Bibb Graves, Dr. A. F. Harman, State Superintendent of Education, J. S. Lambert, Director of the Division of Negro Education, Dr. R. E. Tidwell, former State Sup erintendent of Education and now Extension Director at the University of Alabama and Hon. A. H. Carmi chael of Tuscumbia, member of the Building Committee of the State Board of Education, have been invit ed to speak on the programs at each of the two institutions. President John W. Dajtis of the West Virginia State College has accepted the invi tation to deliver the address in be half of the Negro Colleges of Ameri ca at the program of each institu tion. For Montgomery, additional speakers at the Sunday afternoon program will include President J. M. Burnett, (Tuscaloosa) of the Ala bama State Education Association, President A. G. Dobbins (Birming ham) of the Alabama State Teachers Association, Mrs. Susie J. Govan, President of the General Alumni Association and Dr. R. R. Moton, (or representative) in behalf of the institutions of Alabama. The program at Montgomery will really begin on Friday December 12, with the opening of the Fifth Annual State-wide Older Boys Conference at the State Teachers College. Presi dent H. Councill Trenholm, as Chair man of Colored Y. M. C. A. work in Alabama and Secretary J. Ward Nel son (white) of the Alabama Y. M. C. A. Association will be in charge for the fifth successive annual effort with the assistance of H. W. Pope, South eastern Regional Secretary in lieu of Ralph Bullock, Boys Secretary who has served at previous conferences. Fully 100 delegates are expected for this meeting. Another feature at Montgomery will be an All-Star football game on Saturday afternoon, December 13 as an attraction for the Older Boys Conference and as a benefit effort for the equipment sampaign. IDEAL NOTES Beneficial effects of the Fall mem bership Drive in Norfolk are being reflected in all the lodges of Nor folk. The attendance has shown a great increase. Interest is keen and a large number of members are be ing initiated. Unity Lodge, No. 79 had an over flow meeting on the 25th. Similar reports were received from yueen of Norfolk and Peach Blos som. The District is preparing for a great occasion in the public installa tion of the officers of the Lodges. Re presentatives from all the lodges met the State Deputy, Amos C. Clark at the Community Center last Wednes day night and began initial prepara tion for this meeting. District De puty John Purvis was present and presided. Supreme Master A. W. Holmes will grace this occassion with his presence and will have charge of these union installation exercises. State Deputy A. C. Clark reported a fine lodge from Eastern Shore, Va., for the month of Novembtf. Commonwealth Lodge sponsored a very fine program on the 5th Sun day in November at the National Ideal Auditorium. Mrs. Dora Robin son was mistress of ceremony. Rev. R. Beecher Taylor, Spureme Chap lain represented the Supreme Master A. W. nolmes on the program, he being out of the city at the time. Rev. R. S. Anderson, pastor of 5th Baptist Church delivered a wonder ful message to the lodge and its friends. The affair was a success both financially and spiritually. Supreme Treasurer, T. L. Beverly presented the speakei*. Much credit is aue sisters Dora Robinson, Rosa Smith, Delia Pope and thus far the success of this rally. Presiding Mas ter B. W. Perkins was present and made some appropriate remarks. Supreme Master Holmes and a party of Ideals attended the Anni versary services of the Ideal Lodge at White Stone Sunday, November 30th. Rev. Russell, the pastor de livered the anniversary sermon which was of a very high and lent consid erable dignity to the occasion. Mr. Holmes delivered a burning mes sage on the Progress of the Order. HARRISONBURG, NEWS Rev- A. B. Lee who has pastored the First Baptist Church, in this city for the last three years, has tender, ed resignation to take effect Dec. 1st, during his pastorate in this city Rev. Lee made many friends, among both races, who raised a strong pro test upon learning of his resignation, when his resignation was presented it was voted down unamiously, for the Church and citizens of the city feel that in the loss of Rev. Lee we are losing a pastor who i sloved by all who know him, his ability as a pastor and a true Christian has nev er been equaled in Harrisnburg Dur remoedeled, an dthe parsonage, and ing his stay here much improvement has been made and much accomplish ed. Anew furnace was installed in the Church, the interior of the Church also $5,903.02 was raised. The Church wher ever he takes up his new duties will be very fortunate to get a man in the capacity of Rev. 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