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MEET IN ATlAlffA South wide B. Y. P. U. Con ference To Be Hfld Thjpre January 12-14 Atlanta- Ga.. Jen. 1-AUuta will h<> t he mocn for the young Baptists i.t the South. January 13-14. wheq ths mhiuml Southwide B. Y. P. U. confer ence mill bo held in this city, bring ing hero not le** than 3.000 young folks from IT states comprising tbs territory of the Southern Baptist Coo xention. according to Edwin B. Prsn ion -‘late secretary of ths Georgia EL y »• l’. department. Suih a large a»*emblage of *e4'ct , UU n K people from the entire Soutb- Uuid \* an event which will attrast the attention of the public and will amuse in many roln«L< a wholesome interest in the renaon for Much a gathering. The answer to Much an Inquiry I* ready ttl hand. The conference U tbs direct out growth of the arpklty developing work of the young Baptists of tbs South. More than s half million young Bap tists are actively engaged in B. Y. P. I' work throughout the South, reprs senting mors than 3*ooo local organ izations. This sustained growth and the of enthusiasm which ehar r.cterices the work ia without preced ent in the history of the Baptists and b probably unique in the history of nny religious group. The day sessions will be held in the spacious and contmodiua auditorium of the First Baptist church. Malania. The first reaaion will be held Tues day morning. January 13, at 10:90 o'clock, and the conference wtU ad journ Thursday night, January 14. AU night sessions will be held In the city auditorium. Outstanding speakers from every quarter of the South will appear oa the program, which will be built around the centra) Idea of “Be ye transformed"—Roman* 13:2. Among the Mpeakera will be Dr. Edgar Qod- U»ld. Missouri: Dr. George Graham, llliitoka: Dr. Fred Brown. Dr. W. F. Powell, Dr. I. J. Van Ness. Dr. R. G. Lee. Dr. John L Hill, Tennessee; Dr. Kyle Yates, entueky, and Dr. T. W. Avers, Dr. Ellis A. Fuller, Miss Hsian Schaid. and Ur. and Mrs. Edwin Free ton of Georgia. Mr. J. E. Lambdln. general eecro- FORECLOSURR HALE By virtue of the power contained in a Deed in a Trust executed by R. H. Edwards and Amy Edwards record ed in the office of the Register of Deed* of Vince County In Book 190. at page 49. default having been made in the debt therein secured, on request of the holder of the same. I shall >ell for cosh, by public auction, at the Court House door in Henderson, N. C„ to the highest (bidder, at twelve o'clock noon on the Ist day of Feto rueryy, IMS the following described properly: FIRST TRACT. The lot of land containing thirty acres situate on the North side of the road that leads from Glllburg to Epsom and bounded on the East by the Coghill path, being the -ame covered by the included In •«o deeds from R. C. Coghill to J. H. Hunt, and by the said J. H. Hunt de \i «d io his grandson. Maurice Cog who this day conveyed the same to H. H. Edwards. This boundry does n<>: include the lot and building one Mni oat-half acres wide and one and a half acres deep in the South cor n< r of the said tract, said tract now hounded by the lands of Jim Wflson. G-: Finch, formerly Gus Abbott, the • l.lltiurg and Epsom road and Mrs. J H Hunt. SECOND TRACT: Situate on the Smith i-ide of the said public road ne.iily opposite the tract above de -cut,ed conveyed to J. S. Parks to the -aid Amy Edwards by deed dated to eighth of December 1919 which eee for description in Book 93. Page 211. the ranie containing 25 l-t acres and bounded by the lands of James A. C.ll. Mr*. Fidelea Edwards, and Mrs. J 11. Hunt. B. H. HICKS, and BELLE H. PURVIS. Executors of the will of T. T. Hicks, Dec'd, Trustee. Henderson. N C., January 7, 1933. I THE HENDERSON TOBACCO MARKET I I Will Re-Open On I TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1932 | I With All the Buying Companies. Represented in Full I The patronage of our farmer friends during the past year has been highly appreciated and we pledge our ■ renewed efforts to serve you to the best of our ability during the coming year. ■ I Sell Year Tebaeco in Henderson— I I Yen Will Get Highest Market Prices for Every Load. I | HENDERSON TOBACCO BOARD OF TRADE | ILLUSTRATED BIBLE LESSON TV Me.tageef tV Gomel Accord™. to Joka - ——.... 1,..., ~~ j i t John, “the disciple Jesus loved," was well quali fied to give such a picture of Jesus as no other In his old age, John wrote his gospel for -ho purpose stated in 2ft t3l: “These are written y* "light believe that Jeans is the Christ; and hat believing ye might have i’fe through his ..-Jiie.” tary of B. Y. P. U. work for the South-1 ern Baptist Convention, wiU build the' program with the assistance of State secretaries and other Baptist leaders. Mr. Lambdln will preside at a num- 1 ; bar of the sessions. E. Powell Lee, j former Georgian and now director of | ! music in the First Baptist Church. I Miami, Fla., will have charge of the I music in the conference. A feature of j the musical program will be the quar- I tet of young women from BeUeue Bap | list church. Memphis, Tenn., who will 1 sing throughout the sessions. Local committeemen in Atlanta are quite busy arranging final details for the large gathering. L Oloer Halley. Grady Lee, Parks Wamoek, Walter Ward, G. Frank Garrison are among those j directing the arrangements in Atlanta. : DKPOfMTA EXCEED WITH DIAWAU MANY TIMES OVER (OBBttaoed from Page One.) Saturday customers seeking week-end accommodations. • It was pointed out that there were 1 numerous reasons why there should ; be a crowd at the bank- It was the j first business day after a holiday, it eras the regular Hsmi-annual interest day. it was the first of the year, and, naturally, accommodations were be ing arranged by depositors from the bank that bad closed. It was author itatively stated that the vast ma jority of withdrawals were in small; amounts of much leu than SIOO, with ! only a very few large amounts taken 1 \ away. At the Industrial Bank of Hender | son it was said there had been no i more than the ordinary drawing of j ! funds for the week-end or first of 1 month and that deposits had far ex t ceeded withdrawn throughout the . day. It was an unusually quiet day i for that bank, so far as withdrawals ■ were concerned. , Neither the Citizens Bank and Trust > Company nor the Industrial Bank of l Henderson invoked the thirty-day rule J on, savings deposits, which they had ! a perfect right to do. under the law. i They stood ready to pay all comers. and did so, and when the day’s busi ! ness was ended scarcely a dent had been made in cash reserves on hand. ; The Citizens bank received a huge sum of cash money today. In addition 1 to the already abnormally large re serve carried in the vaults, and which has been available for a year or more. And plenty more was available where ' that came from. i At no time did the scant with ; drawn.!* assume the proportions of a run. and there was every indication 1 that the worst was over long before I closing time. The bank had them whipped, and those who bad sought f their money knew it. if they could ! know anything. ! A notice was posted on the door | of the First National Bank announc ing thal it would not open today by I order of the board of directors. M. L. ' Barnett, Jr., of Charlotte, a national bank examiner, was In charge of the f Institution, and preparations will be j made at once to begin liquidation of . the institution's assets. Decision to close the bank followed 1 ‘ *• h . • m maMumtsuiN. tft. U..J UAIH lUSYATCH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1932 [With the Churches Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor: Dr. Hugh A. Ellis. Sunday School meets at 9:46 a. m. Superintendent: Clarence E. Greene. J. Harry Bunn Superintendent of the, Intermediate Department cordially Invites all young people between the ages of 13 and IS years, to attend that lively Department. Good classes and fine teachers. Morning Worship at 11 a. m. Ser mon by the pastor. “A New Way For The Holy Hour." Nevln. The Lord's supper will follow the morning service. Evening Worship hour at 7:30 p. m. The Pastor will preach. Young People’s Choir will have charge of the music. „ Always a warm welcome at the First Baptist / FIRST METHODIST PROTESTANT Regular services will he conducted at the First Methodist Protestant church tomorrow. 9:46 a. m. Sunday School. C. F. Tankersley, Supt. 11:00 a. m. worship and preaching 7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor meeting. 7:90 p. m. Worship and preaching the pastor will speak at both morn ing and evening services. 7:30 Wednesday p. m mid-week de votional serrice. Beginning with Sunday January 3rd a week of prayer will be observed throughout America by the churches connected with the Federal Council of Churches of Christ In America. Let way to the house of prayer for the us begin the year right by making our way to the house of prayer for the Sunday and mid-week services. Let us be much In prayer that God may be recognized and given His right ful places in all our affairs. These times of uncertainty and dlstVe-SH should send all of us to our knees that thus "The whole round world la every way Bound by gold chains about the feet of God.” WEST END BAPTIST. Rev. E. It. Nelson, pastor. Sunday school at lb o’clock. R. W. Oakley, superintendent. Service at 7:30 o’clock. Preaching by the pastor. an all-day meeting of the directors Friday, lasting until about 10 o'clock last night. It was learned today that the bank, at the time it was ordered closed, had, In round figures, deposits of $696,000. which with’ | borrowing of $150,000. made total liabilities of $836,000, exclusive of stock outstand ing. It. had quick assets of $129,000 Notes or customers aggregated $717,000 and the bank held real estate valued at around $35,000 in addition to its building, which was erected at a cost of around $165,000. John's is the gospel of Christ's deity, which he declare* by saying, “In the beginning was the ward, and the word was with God. The same was in the Beginning with God.” Then John tells how this deity became humanity, saying, “And the word became flesh, and dwelt among us . . . lull of grace and truth.” FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Rev; W. C. Camming, pastor. J. Harry Bryan, Sunday school su perintendent. Sunday cichool at 9:45 a. m. with Bible classes for men and women. Morning service at 11:00 a. m. “Moses My servant la dead, now therefore go forward.” The choir will sing “Beside stll waters.’ Evening Service at 7:45 p. m. “For getting those things which are be hind, and reaching forth to the things that are before, we press towards the mark for the prize of the high call ing of God In Christ Jesus our Lord.” The choir win sing, “Thou dld'st Come and worship with us. HOLY INNOCENTS EPISCOPAL. Rev. I. W. Hughes, rector. Second Sunday after Chratmas. 9:45 a. m. Church School 10 a. m- Men’s and Women’s Bible Classes. 11 a. m. Holy Communion. 7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer and Ser mon. St. John's Mission, North Hender son. 2 o’clock, Service and Address. FIRST CHRISTIAN. Rev. R. A. Whitten, pastor. Sunday, January 9. 1961. Sunday school at 9:46 am., C. D. Newman, superintendent Worship at 11 a. nr.. • Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. Worship at 7:30 f»I m. Midweek prayer meeting Wednes day at 7:30 p. m. . Why not a new life for New Year? Start right, stay right, end right. SOUTH HENDERSON BAPTIST. Rev. L. B. Reavis, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:15 o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday even ing at 7.30 o'cloek. FIRST METHODIST. Rev. D. EL Earnhardt, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Worship services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. At the morning service the pastor will call the names of college students who are members o ft he First Metho dist church and will name the colleges they attend.' The names of high school seniors who arc local members will be called also. The pastor will speak brlfly on the subject. "Education without religion and religion without education." Dr. A. D. Wilcox, presi dent of LouUtburg College, will preach on the subject, '’Educated Christians,'' The subject for the night sermon. “A Pillar in the Temple of God," by the pastor. At the morning service, Mrs. D. D. Hocutt will sing the offertory solo. Mississippi has the lowest death rate and the highest birthrate in the South. John speaks of Christ as the life and light of men: “Ip him was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in the darkness and the darkness apprehended it not. . . . There was the true light, even the light which lighteth every , mim coming into the wprhj,’’ EVIDENCE IS HEARD IN SIAYINDIAL State* Contention That Dead Officer Did Not Fire Shot Bolstered Mt. Sterling. Ky.. ,-jn, 2.—<AP)— The Commonwealth's contention that Deputy Sheriff Jim Daniels was kill ed in an ambuscade at Evarts last May without firing a shot was bolster ed today by the testimony of a 15 year old schoolboy. Garwood Bergman, fiftieth witness used by the prosecution in the murder conspiracy trial of William H. High tower, head of the union at Evarts testified he “didn't hear any repeat ing rifles until after the other shots were fired.” ITALIAN EXECUTED FOR SLAYING YOUTH i Caltanisaetta, Italy, Jan. 2.—(API— A firing squad of forty carried out .he first execution la Italy for com mon crime in forty-ne years at dawn today when Diego Mitneml was shot in the back for killing a 12 year old youth. The execution technically was a public event but the crowd was kept ai a distance. Snow Ties Up Traffic. Budapest, Hungary. Jan. 2. —Heavy snowstorms yesterday tied up traffic on the Hungarian railways, especially in Eastern Hungary. PpNSg -nm*=vT- J p ' KO ycorgy \JJ-n T , J OKt U.ie» -Jm r —- O Among the numerous witnesses John cites to testify to the deity of Jesus is John the Baptist, of whom he says-“ John boa ret h witness of him and crieth, saying; This Is he of whom I said, U< : that cometh ;<fter me is become before me: foe he was before me.“ GOLDEN TEXT; John 14 5. CHARLOTTE MAN IS I DEAD IN CAW Major William W. Lem* mond Found Dead On i Washing con Street Washington. Jan. 2.—(APl—Major William W. Lemmond a native of Charlotte, N. C . wan found dead of bullet wounds today on a busy street. Police said he bad shot himself. Leoupend had been In ID health for some time. He was assigned to the Judge Advocate Generate office here. Lemmond was found at 18th street and Quarry road in the embassy sec tion of the northwest residential dis trict. I Storm Sweep* Town. Reggio, Calabria, Jan. 2.-Hundreds of bouses were damaged and several persons were injured when a terrific storm swept down on this town at dawn unroofing homes and uprooting' trees. Becpuse there were so few poo- ] pie abroad at that early hour the j casually list was relatively small. —~~\ The Bug River In Poland la about i 500 miles in length. We have several desirable Residences and Apartments FOR RENT If interested in making a change call 139-J. Henderson Loan & Real Estate Co. AL B. WEST ER, Secy.-Treas. h . „ • V' . < _ ■ fij _ J PAGE SEVEN NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE OF LAND - In Superior Caart NORTH CAROLINA. VANCE COUNTY City of Henderson Vs. J. ,1. KHseh and Mattie Betscli, hi* wife, and all other pontons ilaimiiVj any Interest in the below described land. Pursuant to a Judgment entered in (he above entitled action by the Clerk of Superior Court of Vance County on the 7th day of December, 1931, I will, on the 19th day of January, 1993, at 13 o'clcrk, noon, at the Court House dyor In said county, sell m public auction to 'be highest bidder for cash, the fol lowing described lot: Begin at a stake, corner of Cheelnrjt and Roekaprtng Stmts, and run thence along Rock Spring Street in an east erly direction 300 feet more or less <o the property of C. J. Smith estate: the nee at right engtee to Rook Spring Slreet 151 feet to a stake: thence par allel with said street 309 feet, more or less to Chestnut Street, thence akin; Chert nut Street In a northerly direc tion ISI feet more or less to the begin ning. being the present home place of J. J. Brtroh and Mattie Betach. 8»e Deed Book 156. page 156. Thin 17th day of Deoendwr, 1911. R. O. KTCTR&L. Onnmlwkmer. Henderson. N. C Perry and Kittrell. Atlys.