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*MILK dason Ab* I gd 0 -ow %1"mmaI mak.mmmum OQASTORSNAMED BYSOUER.M L'S Chappel Returns to Mt. Vernon Place Church-Roanoke Con Wenw Closes. ROANOKE. Va., April 12.-The oon frence of the Methodist Episcopal Church South closed yesterday. Memorial services were held at the meotaing session. tributes being paid to the memories of the Rev. J. W. Mc Neil, the Rev. J. W. Grubb. and the Rev. J. Fred Baggs, who died during the yea. Near the close of the serv Ieg Bishop Hendrix announced that the Rev. T. T. Fishburn. a church leada and business man, of Roanoke, ha jisa died. e day was devoted largely to the submission of reports from boards and committees. The board of educa tion recommended the appointment of the Rev. Dr. H. H. Sherman as con foresee educational seeretary. The commission of Anance announced $134,8M0 would be necessary to meet the need of connectional and confer ence lterests for the coming year. The statistical secretaries rsported 2,820 adults and 1.682 Infants bap lised; a church membership of 78.344, and 78I11 enrolled in the Sunday achools; 618 churches, valued at $4,172.246, and $1,238,348 raised for all purposes. The appointments follow: WASHINGTON DISnTRICT. J. H. Wells, preiding elder. Beltsville and Branchville. R. L, Whitig; Brunswick, J. W. Mitchell Calver A. 0. Lyons; Cbr ssk. W J.Whiesel:Clarks"~. J . pe; Colesville, W. I. Dorwe; Pred .rik. A. Lee Barrett Gaithersburg, D. M. Brown; GJoshen. 0. k more; Hyattsville and Brenwood. C H. Cannon Laurel. F. V. Neel; a Plata and Indian fread. H. A. Wiaen; Paul ; Warer. Jr.. reacher; Mt. RaInisr . M. York; Patuxent, N. C. Rie; Peoliv le. 3. W. Aaren; Potomac, 3. W. Brubaker; Prince George. 1. 0. Michael; Rcckvlle. N. B. Harmon. Jr.; Savage. I. H. suallwood. Washington-Calvary . a. Hawk mor7, E. A. Lambert; pworth, .1 P. ylor. T. Mys. pastor, In Japan; Marvin C M. Haser Mt. Pleasant. C.K. Ray* ut. Vernon Place. C. 0. Chappel; M. L- Aippy. Jr.. preacher; St. Paul.. J7. .. Ringr; oodniont ML H. Davis; Secretary sour Co-operalive Lea9* .. 3. Me. Culeeb; correspndin Secretary General Sunday-S1chool card. C. D. Bulls; Mission Kry to Cub. 0. D. Naylor. ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT. H. P. Hamill, presidI eldqr. Alezan Irisa. X. V. Regetr; .Bluembnt. a. L. Beard; Clarendon and Balston. A. C. Beery; Delray. P. Raymond Wood: Dum rrile., to be supplied; est Fairfax. 9. 3. Jones; Fairfax. J. C. Thrasher; Fail. cburch B V. Hildebrand; Fau ler,A. Lu if one~r; Fredericksbunrg. H.1.L Hout: Hamiito H. 3. Burr; Herndon. H. F. Wright: Hllmbore, W. H. Marsh; Leeaburg. .. Mast; Loudoun. L. B. Atkins& Manes sas. William Stevens; Marshall W. C. mith; Middleburg. H. C. Marsh; bocoquan. Wa bpa9Ing - Diamads WATONES "hrg Asisa*s SEABRIDGE 724 H .L . W S. W. 19 William, C. W. Mark or 10uno; 0 Cooper we', U, L. Welf, pps.ing osldr. Aberdeem 0. Gb Oi ; Annapolis and Salem. A. E Owema; and Pasadena. Raymond a . Itimnore-Alpke~ Wileol . . Lok; Andrew Chapel, Ee A stem, W. 0. Talberti ser; Central, A.. Knox wort inger; Frederick Avenue 3.. K. Nevitt; lamilton and Taylor Chapel W.St. , rammnd a M. I ; Subroek Jeha a; bed Avon" U. P. aker hash ilA. M. Welr Mton, Is M K Freedom. it. C Maxwel Goldabeor, J. H. Schooley; - Hills bor. J. A. Roed Howard, J. A. John eon; Ingleside. W. +. McIntyre; JarretIg ville. W. M. Compten; Kent. Clarence Kirby; Mount Airy, Linwood Hammond North Point. To be supplied; Perry Hail C. M. Wright; Reisterstown. W. T. Gove? Royal Oak, Gordon I. Smith; Tilghma"l J L. Dalaney; Trappe, A. B. Sapp. Wesl1 Grove. 0. H. Fielding. C. D. Harris. edit Baltimore Southern Methodist; D. L 'Bi1kemore. oonterene missionary soore tary. LUBW1UEURG DIfTRICT. H. LI Stephens, presiding elder. Alderool SI. Noel; Alven. W. B. Reynolds; Bla r, J. rime; Caliaghan. H. a mtbh;v BlIftonrrse L. Fultz; Cov trn, Upwr Weel Allen; Graaberrl Memertal. .W. Lesby; Durbin. . H. Vai Devander; Frabkford. C. W. Fik; Grson bank. J. W. Reseabeer; Greenville Thema's Msa- Histo, J. H. Bean; Ho Springs. . Hipe; Hatersville Palms mbank; Hillsboro, 0. H. Rchols; Leveiton X. D. Sweeker; Lewisburg, L. B. Bobbitt Marlinton. J. ii Wyand; Paint Bank. a. P Fridley; Pet townL. 0. Rose; Rich lantda. C. J. larke- Riverview. H. L. Coff man; Ronoeverte, . C. Sponaugle; Selma B. A. F. Wagner;. Sweet Spring. Noah Hum sell Talcott, 0. W. Alexander; Union W D. Bye; White Bulphur J C. Hooks; Wit llamiburg. A. 0. HeZitoiler; studen Emory UnIversity, W. M. Cary. KOOR IFURLD DISTRICT. J. H. Light. presiding elder. Burlingtoo A A. P. Neel; Capon Bridge. A. W. Gros cup;,Crabbottom. H. W. Lidamood; Cum berland, Emmanuel, F. L. Morrison; Con toil. B. V. Switser; 'Trinity. J. H. Billings ley Elk Garden. C. U. N. Hall; Frankfort G. W. 'Yest; Franklin, F. C. Waggoner Flintstene, K. C. Benson; Frostburg. D. r muler; Oainsboro, S. C. Stickley; Garrett W. J. Banard; Hampshire, C. L. Reiter Hardy C. W. Stump; Keyser, C. L, Delong LUitonuurg, F. B. Allison; McDowell. 8.R Snead; Moorefield, W. W. White; Monterey R D. McNeer; Morgan, A. D. Marshall Petersburg. J. H. Wilhite; Piedmont. W. ID King; Ridgeley, J. C. -Spindler; Romney( A. L Ingram; south Fork. J. D. 9teville Springfeld, J. L Thomas. Wardensville, J C. Dugger. ROAWOKE DISTRICT. H. M. Canter, presiding elder. Bethany W. F. Lowance; Blacksburg, J. Harr3 Smith; Buena Vista. Hubert Sydensticker Buchanan, A. B. Sites; Cambria. George K Iteydriok; Catawba, to be supplied; Chris tiansburg, F. A. Roades; Eagle Rock. T. A Burch; Ellistoq and Sbawmville. M. C Pullin; Fincastle. 0. I. Pringer; Glen Wil ton, B. W. Waters; Newcastle. J. L Early, r. Newport. 0. L Goohenour Roanoke- elmont (Waverly Place). T. J Lambert, one to be mu pl ed; Grace, L. V Ruckman; Greene Memorial (Ralogl Court), J. W. Smith; H. M. Waters, Jr. Melrose Avenue D. A. Beery; Mount olivet 0. D. White; Nalty, J. J. Hives; Wesi End. H. V. Wheeler; Roanoke Circuit. C U. Sarver; Rock Bridge. W. A. Clark Salem. a . Dudamil; Viaton. C. 1. Flory. ROCKINGUAM DISTRICT. G. W. Richardson presiding elder. Basic B. W. John; Bath, F. It. Shaw; BJue Ridge E B. Cook; Bridgewater, R. U' Euteler Calvary, George Hasel; Collierstown.J. I. shupe; Elkton. H. S. Coffey; Fairfield, J P Atkins Goshen. I. A. Wilcher; Oreen. Ville. C. L Potter; Harrisonburg, J. C. Copenhaver- Lexington, 0. 0. Martin Laray. J. *. Leggett; Marquis Memorial and Churchvlle, M. P. Weikie; McOahes. ville. . L. Lloyd; Mount Crawford, L. a Shires; Mount Solon, B. I. Parrott; Now. hope. R. U. Roane; Page. to be supplied Port Republic. M. L. Faernow; Rock Bridg4 Baths. G. E. Pope; Rockingham, Pl. B Alexander; Shenandoah and Stanley. A S*an Devender; Staunton M. D. Mitchell 1w aynesbero, W. A. Lynch; W. f. Thomas chaplain Staunten Military Academy. WINCHESTER DISTRICT. F. T. Tyler, presiding elder. Berkeley B. C. Wilson; Berryville. W. H. Ballengee Brucetown. 0. W. Gaither; Charles Town ALTJAM FAUan, noe sulpises etNw York, aestedat thebse tthegisata"we oft en Ueniw, South Amerca sodier and sfta wh k she complted r~emtly. The staue win be nven"d in Central Par, New York City, Preusi4 t Harding tak ing in the oesmagijs. The photograph gives a tide of the immense sin of the statu. T M. Swan.: UdibUrg. C. Hden~ricke.'r; Shenandoah Junction Qusaterly Coees... Frderiek- upan t ya. D . racof L kinyder; Giemade. 0I. H. H. Tyler; Jel. terson. 0. D. Lambert; Linden. 0. M. Mar @hall: Mairtnsbarr. J. Xt Jacobs: Middle- County Fair Heads Meet. tiwn, H. A. Brown. Mount Jackson, X. V. CUMBERLAND. Md.. April 1. Ellunore; Newmarket-W. hI Hardesty; VirglC.Pwlwachsnortr. Ridgeway-,- L Lowanee: Riverton. W. A. iC.P elwach nsrtr. Canolee: Shenandoah Junction. C. z. and John Schwarainbach was made a Brandt: Rhophordstown. J. I. Maley; director of -the Maryland Association Stephen& City. 7r. A. Rldgewsp; Straarx. of Agicultural Prairs. at a meeting In H N. Smith; Tome Brook and Maseanut ten. W. . Winton. White Post. W. so the City Hotel. Frederick. 0. C. War Wincheeter, r. M. Richardson: C. c. Bumh. hime, re~derick. presided. Dr. C. H. pastor in Africa, Woodstock. S. IC Cocker- Conley. of "ederick. was chosen oil; Gftretary Christian 11decation Move- peiet AbnC bms ly nient. H. H. Sherman; Sunday School Field Secretary. W.. H. Best; Professor at Ran- Lowndem. and Virgil C. Powell repre dolph-Macen Collegi . A. Kern. Student mited Garrett and Allegny county at Randolph-Macon College and Mhmber fair aJciations. R.EALOJGSHO Priest Back Entertainment For Legion. PTMURGN. April 12.-4list wesses and others hero win stags sin basing bets tonfght or the be&M of the AlgerieaalAla Pest of S& wiskley, an eelusive residential sn& rb. 3auy Roberts Rinehat writer. is among the promoters. So aft al least two minister., the Rev. A. C. Nowell. rester of the Sewleklee Protestant Upissepal Chureb, and the Rev. William P. Curtin. paester of St James's patholie Chureh, of Sewlekley. Along with a list of patrons and patroneses that looks like a pgW from the blue book are the anme e1 pugilisti stars. who are to provide what is asseunmed as a "grand StI display." These included Johnny RaY. Duck Crouse. Jack McAuliffe. PaY Keyser Val Grunan, Jaek Porryi Dam my Dillea, Patsy Scanlon, Irish Chiet Redgers, Patsy Toung. Mike Moral and Young Henny. The committee in charge consists 01 Col. Churehill B. Mehard. chairman= Dr. Stanley M. Rinehart. Dr. Dewitt B NettleteS, Alexander Laughlin. Jr, Mrs. George P. Rose, Mrs. Churchill . Mehard. Mrs. Alexander Laughlia and Mrs. George McDonald. Chairman Mehard says the round will be so parlor slapstick affairs. bul that real straight-frow-the-shouldel stuff, with a few upperents thrown la can be expected. A detail from a medical corp do tachmient will be on hand to revive those in the audience who care Us faint. c)a..n.. . 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It Us rn-poisonous but men-driukabl. Atof bu#Ptaod t" off s Als~sta U. &.DIUSTUAL ALCOBM CM &On h011NO in Ali WO Ifa'4 SkA No orL __ TP4X I\ITEPt 06 Make YOUR Business Grow TH Public is buying Underwood jTypewriters in anticipation of better. business. Make the Underwood a part of yer business plan. To fil the demand for Underwood PLANT N22 Typewriters ti factories have become 0 0 BRIDGE1'ORd' It's Not too late - Start Now o I~flflIIn 11111111 MORE Underwood Typewriters -were sold in the United States in -January, February and March, 1921, R-- l than in the same three months of any -4 B fOIDprevious year.