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Easter Services Musit Amd Sefnibtis To Se AppfGFpritite To Occasion Elaborate Program* for lie. surrection Sabbath In The Churches All churches :n Henderson w4U fe*. uire the (Treat Christian festival of luueer in their services tomorrow, and program* appropriate to the oocaaion will be held In all of them. The pastors wiM praaoh on subjects relaxed to the lesurreotlon of Jeaua, and the music will be of that type also. Cantatas will be give* at the First Baptist and Flr=g Method* churches, hy the choirs of those churches, which will occupy the entire evening service period, while a cantata is to be given in the evening at the Fhrat Christian church. The Exeter servioe marks the ending of the Lenten season. The revival meeting which has'bee* ir program in the city for a month - utttng at the First Christian church then shifting to the First Baptist for a week, only' to be transferred to the Methods it churcn two weeks ago, will he shift'd next week to the Presbyte iian church, and all the congregations with their prerchers, are to parti cipate. mmm to TAKE REVIVAL ON Meeting In Progress Past Month To Be Continued Coming Week The union revival services that have been held in the Christian, the Bap tist and the Methodist churches, for the last month, will be transferred to the Presbyterian church and will con tinue through next week, it was an imuncrtl today. It is planned for each of the five cooperating churches to have charge of the services on one night and it is planned to have the laymen of the respective churches to do the talking and for the choirs to do the singing. The First Methodist church will have charge of the service on Monday night, the Christian church on Tues day night, the Baptist church on Wed nesday night and so on. It is planned to have morning meet ings for 30 or 50 minutes each morn ing at 9:3u o'clock beginning with Tuesday morning, and the wbc4e com munity is invited to come and join in t hf.se services Prayer Meeting Next Monday at Baptist Church The regular weekly laymen's prayei meeting will be held next Monday aft ernoon at 5:30 o’clock at the First Baptist church. J. Harry Bunn. Bap list layman. Is to be in charge. It i; customary for a layman in the church where the meeting is being held t< be in charge and conduct the meet Ing. This is the beginning of the secon< round of the churches since the pray er meeting idea was started severa weeks ago. It has been held once now in each of the six churches participat ing, rotating in afphatetical order There are no talks, only the singing ol hymns, reading of Bible selections ant prayers by both ministers and laymen At every meeting that has been belt the attendance has been very good, Ir th« opinion of those who have beer present. The public is invited to al! the services. easteTTexercises AT NEGRO MISSION Tuesday evening March 29 8:00 P. M our dky school children and church s< hcol children will render an Eaater program. This program will constat of music, recitations, and an Eastei play. The Rev. Mr. Hughes will make an address. We will take in our Kaeter Lenton boxes and we are ask ing for a liberal offering from oui friends also from the boys and glrlt under our care. Cohe and bring yout Ir.ends to enjoy this program. The boys and girls in our day school and mission day school are doing most m eel lent work. We are teaohlng them to be polite. .honest and industrious. Our little school has been of great service to the community in which k ta located. The Easter Lenten of fering will be used for Missionary work in the Dioceae of North Carolina,. GEORGE C. POLLARD, Missionary In Charge. Wife Preservers jjj! m? ■■ Keep some of tile simple little dsuorativ*. haad taHdiw Mi head te Kits the plain cake. _. . • ’i » FiTMCDi TO GIVE CANTATA Special .£*«ter Pr<y*r*m. To Be Offerd: at CntfrcH Sunday Evening TITLE: “FIRST feXStfeß Subject .of the Easter, Morning. Ser mon by the Putor WUI Be, “Tke Resurrection From the Dead" A cantata entitled, “The First Easter.” by Ira Bishop Wilson, will be given at the First Methodist church tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock by the church choir, which is under the direction of R. J. Jones, with Ifrs. E. F. Shaw as accompanist. The cantata will include a number of solo parts, as well as choruses bv the choir as a whole. In addition to the evening program, which will take up the entire servioe, there will be appropriate Easter music at the morning service at 11 a. m., when the pastor, Rev. D. E. Earnhardt, will preach an Easter ser mon. the subject being. "The Resur rection from the Dead.” A close of new members will also be received in to the church at the morning service, which follows the two weeks of re vival which closed last night. The public is invited to all these services. Programs for both morning ind evening services follow: Easter Sunday Morning. Organ Prelude: Alleluia! Alleluia! Armstrong, Mrs. E. F. Shaw. "The Lord Is in His Holy Temple, let all the earth keep silence before Him.” Hymn 177, “Hark Ten Thousand Harps and Voices.” The Apostles Creed. Prayer. Response. “Christ the Lord Is Risen Today.” The Choir. Psalm, 148. Gloria Patria. Announcements. Offertory anthem, "As It Began to Dawn,” by F. F. Harker, the Choir. Hymn 169. "Look Ye Saints, the Sight Is Glorious.” Sermon, "The Resurrection from the Dead.” Rev. D. E. Earnhardt. Hymn, 171, “Hail, Thou Once De spised Jesus.” Organ Poetlude, Paul Bliss. Easter Sunday Night. Organ Prelude, "The First Easter,” Wilson, by Mrs. E. F. Shaw. “Praise God from Whom All Bles sings Flow.” Hymn 169, “Look Ye Saints, the Night Is Glorious.” Prayer. Cantata: "The First Easter.” by Ira Bishop Wilson, The Choir. A synopsis of the cantata follows: No. 1. Chorus, “Silent the Sleep ■ng town,” The Choir. No. 2. Contralto Solo, “In the Gar len," Mrs. Ray Goodrich. No. 3. Soprano Solo and Chorus, Shall Heavy Rock.” The Choir. Soloist, Miss Elizabeth Ellington. No. 4. Soprano Solo, “The Break of Day.” by Mrs. F. L. Toepleman. No. s.—Bass Solo, Women’s Chorus md Choir, “As it Began to Dawn,” toloist, R. J. Jones. No. 6. Choral .“Our Lord Indeed Is The Choir. » No. 7. Soprano Solo and Chorus, ‘All Hall.” The Choir. Soloist, Mrs. D. D. Hocutt. No. 8. Bass Solo, "Lo, I am With You Always," by Rev. L. B. Reavis. No. 9. Final Chorus, “Christ Is tisen," by The Choir. Benediction. /irst Methodist Sunday School To Present Pageant An Easter pageant, entitled, "I Am he Resurrection,” by. Phoebe Whit ier, wilt be presented by a group at he Sunday school of the First Metho ist church tomorrow morning. Its ’reparation has been under the di ectlon of Mrs. D. D.-Hocutt and Mr*. 1. H. Tucker, with Mrs. C. D. Carter :s accompanist. The characters will be. Ruth, by drs. D. E. Earnhardt; Jalrus, Fred, toyster; Rebecca, Bessie Mat John-, On; Naomi, Jessie Rose; Rachael; Mary Carter; Joel, James Jenkins;! ’bilip, Allen Tucker; Eunice, Evelyn iarnhardt; Angel. Alice Mabry; ialome, Mrs. J. H. Tucker; Solo. Mrs. D. D. Hocutt; Grace, Elizabeth Jew cine; Courage, Loraine Bowen, Faith, Vnn Peace; Joy, Frances Furqueron; Love. Frankie Vincent; Hope of Life, Jewell Smith; Fear of Death, Mary •tills Petty; Strife, Jean borrow, Myra Hunt; Despair, Elsie ’owe 11;. Cowardice, Myra Huff; Jeal iusy, Margaret Mabry. Special features of the program wiU >e a solo by Mrs. Hocutt, “They Bore ii into the Garden," by Whittier, and i solo by Miss Jean Rowland, “Since lesus Came,” by Phoebe Whittier. An other musical feature will beb a select Mon by the quartette of the Baraca -lass, "Low-in the Grave He May." a. h perry WitZ s SPEAK TO CLASS B, H. Perry will address the Menhi Bible class> of the Episcopal church tdfWwrro*- tnbrning at 10 o'clock, it was announced today#* -•• ■* ; HENDERSON. (N. C„T DAILY DISPATCH. SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1932 1 In All Henderson Churches Sunday Christ Our first Baptist Cantata h Seven fast Words Os Jesus ' The Seven Last Words of Jesus,” a cantata by Theodore Dubois, will be given by the choir of the First Baptist church Sunday evening at 7:30 o’clock. The service will take up the entire evening nour. ’ine program will be under the direction of Miss Dorothy Jones, choir director and or ganist. The choir will be assisted by Miss Frances Woodlief, violinist. Appropriate Easter music will also be given by the choir during the morning service, when the sermon will be by Dr. H. A. Ellis, also ap propriate to the Easter occasion. The full program follows: Easter Sunday Morning. Organ Prelude, “Easter Gladness,” Ashford. Doxology and Invocation. Response by the Choir. "Holy Is The Lord of Hosts,” Gaul. Hymn No. 128, “Christ is Risen! Christ is Risen.” Sullivan. Anthem, "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today,” Morrison, Soloist, Miss Gar nette Myers. Scripture Lesson. John 20:1-18. Offertory anthem, “Alleluia, Death Ts Conquered." Thompkins, Quar tette, Mrs. Dennis. Mrs. Duke, Mr. Barnes. Mr. Harrison. Prayer. Hymn No. 127, “Welcome Happy Morning,” Sullivan. Sermon. Dr. Ellis. Prayer. Hymn No. 115, “When I Survey,” Mason. Benediol^qtß. Organ #*oß4l ude, March, Barnby. Easter Sunday Evening. Processional, “Come, Ye Faithful, Raise TbdyStfFin,” SiMlivai}. j* Invocation, Dr. Hugh A. Hymn No. .<lls, “When £ purvey the Wondrous Cross/’, Mason. ScriptupfLeason, Mark 16:1-8. Offertorf Solo/ “Adoration," Dorow ski, MlaT Frances Woodlief, violinist. Cantata. “The Seven Last Words of Christ," Dubois. Recessional, “Jesus Christ Is Risen Today, Alleluia,” Davidson. Benediction. Boprano soloists, Mrs. Henry A. Dennis. Mrs. Sturgess Collins, Miss Nelliene Perry. Tenor soloist, Alwyn P. Barnes. Baritone soloist, William B. Har rison. Organist and choir director. Miss Dorothy Jones. * Following is the text of the can tata: Introduction, Soprano solo. Mrs. Sturges Collins. O all ye who travel upon the high way, hearken to me, and behold me: was e’er sorrow like unto my sorrow? For the Lord Almighty hath dealth bitterly with me. Call me now no more Naomi, from to-day call me Mara. The First Word. Baritone and soprano, William B. Harrison and Miss Neliene Perry, with chorus. Father* forgive them, for they know not what they do. And. the people clamor’d: He la death-guilty; take him, take him. let us crucify him! Be his blood on us, and on oar children! Then they did crucify Jesus, and the two thieves, the one at His right hand, the other-at His left hand. The Second Word. Dtoet for tenor and baritone, Alwyn P. Barnes and William B. Harrison, with Chorus. Verily* thou shall be in Paradise to-day with me. Amen, so I toll thee. HeaV me, O Lord, and retheniber the, - whoa Thou eoasest ftrtto Thy^kingtWm/ The Third Word. Solo for soprano and baritone. Mrs. Henry A. Dennis and William B. Har rison, with chorus. See. O woman here behold thy Son beloved. See yon mother, bow’d in anguish. Who beside the cross doth languish. Where on high her son is borne. Is there mortal, who not feeieth To behold her where she kneeleth, So woeful, and all forlorn? The Fourth Word. Baritone solo. W. B. Harrison. God, my Father, why hast Thou for saken me? All those who were my friends, all have now forsaken me, and they that hate me do now prevail against me; and he whom I have cherished, he hath betray’d me. Even the vine that I have chosen, and that I have planted: wherefore art thou now so strangely turned into bitterness, that I by thee am cruci fied? Buffet Dinner Gown ■SB Hr * . h ■L < M Ml , ' L ’ '“'Ss*. ‘ lm H- »■ ■k " ■■ ■ft; —— This afternoon or Sunday night frock of white embroidered organ die and midnight blue velvet.is worn by Lillian Bond, pcxeen play er. Did you know that the popu lar Sunday night supper is now tkUgd the. “buffet pinner”? Oh, gw*. SS&T&fo thtjkW j- The Fifth Word. Chorus and solo for soprano and j baritone, Miss Neliene Perry and W. H. Harrison. I am nthrlat! And the Jews then passing by Him. ail did rail upon Him, and wagging their heads at Him, they said unto Him: Ah! Thou wouldst fain destroy the temple; if thou be Jesus, Son of the Father, descend thou, that we beholS it. If thou art king over Israel, save thyself, then! The Sixth Word. Tenor solo, Alwyn P. Barnes, and chorus. Father, into Thy hands I commend my soul. For iThou are my God and my Father; Thou art my Saviour. Into Thy hands I commend my soul. The Seventh Word. Solo for soprano, Mrs. Sturges Col lins, and baritone, W. B. Harrison, with chorus. And with a loud voioe Jesus cried, exclaiming: It is finished! And He did bow His head, and ren dered up His Spirit. And It was about the sixth hour, and the sun was darkened, and dark ness covered the earth, until about the ninth hour; and the veil of the temple was rent, and all the earth did quake; and the rocks were rent, and all the graves were opened wide. Prayer. Christ, we do ail adore Thee, and we do praise Thee for ever; for on the holy cross hast Thou the world from sin redeemed. Courage is contagious. A few brave leaders can often change the thinking of a whole city. And when organized effort gets under way, then thiogA move. Better business will re turn when millions of American men arvd women join in the movement to do something about it themselves. % Here's the seven-point platform for action—devised from an editorial pub lished in the January issue of the Journal: 1 Maintain normal living condi tions. 2. Satisfy your wants at today’s prices. 3. Buy a home now. 4. Modernize and repair your home. 5 Join the parade to prosperity— by investing in sound se curities. ( . 6. Stop being afraid—spread good news. 7. Don't hoard your money—keep it safe. Consider what has happened In the city of Rocheater, New York, through community actio non a similar plet foitn. The Civic Committee on Unemploy ment provided the leadership, and or ganized the campaign of the emer geaocy Employment Plan to get sig natures on this pledge; "Believing that a dollar invested in employing labor does more good than a dollar given as charity, and desiring to help to Increase employment, I hereby pledge that I will, during the next thre months, (or before 1932) extend at least $.. in improving my home, factory, store, buildings or grounds by purch asing desirable equipment or by mak ing needed additions, repairs or alter ations; and, or by making personal purchases for myself, family or-friends which otherwise might be deferred." The average density of Japan's pop ulation is 400 per square mile. The 200th anniversary of. the birth of David Rittenhouse, founder of be first astronomical observatory in the ’Uhlted. April Bth. j. _ tfthots JMiq Churches ] HOLY INNOCENT EPISCOPAL. Rev. I. W. Hughes, rector. Easter Day. 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion. 9:45 a. m. Church sobooL 10 a. m. Men’s and Women’s Bible ClaSses. 11 a. m. Morning prayer. Holy Com munion and sermon. 4:30 p. m. Children’s Easter ser vice. A cordial Invitation is extended to aIL St. John’s Mission, North Hender son, 2 o'clock, Church school. ST. PAULS CATHOLIC. Easter mass will be held at 8 a. m. tomorrow. Communicants are asked to observe the change of the hour from 10 a. m. to 8 a. m. FIRST BAPTIST. Pastor, Dr. H. A. Ellis. Sunday school meets at 9:45 a. m. Clarence E. Greene, superintendent. United assembly of school for Mission Day exercises. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Ser mon by the pastor. Subject, “The Meaning of the Resurrection.” Special Easter music by the choir. Evening service at 7:30 p. m. The choir will render Dubois' cantata. “The Seven Last Words of Christ." Everybody welcome. WHITE MEMORIAL M. E. Rev. M. W. Warren, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m„ H. M. Leckie. superintendent. Preaching service at 11 o’clock by the pastor. The Junior and Senior Epworth Leagues will meet at 6 o'clock. An Easter program will be given at 7:30 p. m., and a silver offering will be taken. Prayer meeting Wetnesdav evening at 7:30 o’clock. A welcome awaits all. PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. W. C. Gumming, pastor. J. Harry Bryan. Sunday school su perintendent. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. with Bible classes for men and women. Morning service at 11 a. m. The choir will sing the following anthems: "Sing and Rejoice." by Searis. “Christ Our Passover," by Schilling. "The Risen Lord," by Morrison. The sermon will be upon “Airse from the dead.” The evening service will be at 7:30 p. m. If you want to hear a musical program in the evening, you are ad vised to go to one of the other churches, but if you want to hear a sermon you are invited to come. The text will be “Whom Will Ye Serve?" Come and worship with us. T° Defend Americans George Leisure, New York law yer, has left for Honolulu where he will take the place of Dudley Field Malone, in the defense of Mrs. Granville Fortcscue and the three other Americans charged with killing a native. Leisure, former chief of the criminal di vision of the U. S. district attor ney’s office in New. York and pres ent law partner of Col. William Donovan, will become an associate of Clarence Darrow in the Hono lulu trial FORECLOSURE SALE By virtue of a power contained In a Deed of Trust executed by John H. Bullock. Jr., (unmarried) recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Vance County in Book 96 at Page 57, default having been made in the payment of the debt therein secured, on request of the holder of same, we shall sell for cash, by public auction, at the Couiri HSeuse* door in Hender son, Ni C, at twelve o’clock noon on the 44bday of April, 1932, Jgie follow ing -described property: Bepindst, «-#tahe on the edge of the right,' of/ wa'jp on Southerly aide of Seaboank.'Air* Line, Railway, and run thence S. 10 degrees 50 minutes E. 2257 feet to a stake, thenoe S. k) 30 minutes E. 330 feet 8. 3 degrees South 950 feet, S. 3 degrees E. 450 E ,304 feet, S. 2 degrees W 500 feet, feel, S.. 3n degrees 40 minute* .IS. 410 feet; S. 83 degrees 40 minutee E 715 feet to a stake, corner of Lot No 2. thenee N. 5825 feet to the right-of way of said Railway; thenee - along way of Seaboard Air Line RaJhway; thence along the. right-of-way of e&id railway S. 63 W. 1495 feet to the place of beginning, containing one hundred md .twenty.-five (13$). acre. B. H. KICKS fc BELLE H. PURVIS Executors of the. will of ... „ ' X. T y WICK*. , ; Deceased Trustee. Henderson, N ( C., March 5, 1932 PAGE THREE FIRST METHODIST. Rav. D. E. Earnhardt, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. The various departments will assemble for an Easter pageant, to be given in the basement auditorium, though ail departments are requested to assemble at the usual time to get their recoiv*.. Worship service at 11 a. m., with the sermon by the pastor, the sub ject of the sermon being. "The Re surrection from the Dead.” At 7:30 p. m. an Easter cantata will be given by the choir. FIRST CHRISTIAN. Rev. R. A. Whitten, minister. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Worship It a. m., subject. "The Empty Sepulchre.” Junior Christian Endeavor 2 p. m. Senior Christian Endeavor 6:45 p. m. Under the auspices of the Sunday school, a pageant, “The Challenge of The Cross,” by Roth, and directed by Mrs. W. O. Cunningham and Robert Whitten, will be given at 7:30 o’clock Sunday evening. A special feature of this program will be the music by Ben and Kenneth Urquhardt, Victor L. Percy and Crandall Nelson. The union revival will continue next week at the First Presbyterian church conducted by laymen from the dif ferent churches. Our church is ex pected to be responsible fro and in charge of the service Tuesday even ing. There will also be a morning srevice. beginning Tuesday at 9:45 a. m. SOUTH HENDERSON BAPTIST. Rev. L. B. Rea vis. pastor. Sunday school at 9 45 a. m . V. H. Roberson, superintendent. The pastor will speak for a few minutes on "The Meaning of Easter.” B. Y. P. U. will meet at 6:15 o’clock, German Ramsey, director. METHODIST PROTESTANT. Rev. L W. Geriinger, pastor. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. C. F. Tan keiuley, Jr., superintendent. 11:00 a. m. The following service will be given: Organ Prelude. Easter Chimes. ' Invocation. Hymn, “Crown Him. Crown Him.” Responsive Reading. The Gloria Patri. Scripture. Matt. 28:1-10. “Welcome Happy Morn,” Sullivan, sung by the choir. Prayer. Offertory. Anthem. “God So Loved the World.” J. Stain. Sermon, “The Joy and Ho|>e of Easter.” Reception of Members. Hymn, “Christ Is Risen.” Benediction. 7:30 p. m. Because of the revival meeting that is to be transferred from the Methodist Episcopal chinch to the Presbyterian, and because of special Easter services at a number of churches, there will be no evening ser vice. Neither will there be any Wed nesday evening service because of the revival. May the hearts and the footsteps of the people turn toward the house of the Lord at this blessed Easter time. SALE OF VALUABLE FARM PROPERTY Under and by virtue of the author ity conferred upon us in a deed of trust executed by Augustus Landis, unmarried. Geo. W. Moore and wtfe, Nettie A. Moore on the 24th day of July_ 1926 and recorded in Book 146 Page 69 ltid 70, we will on Saturday •he 30th day cf April 1932, 12 o’cloca noon at Ithe court house door in Vance County, Henderson, N. C.. sell at public auction for cash to the highest oidder the following land 10-wit. All that certain pieces, parcel or tract of land containing 55 acres, more or le*«, situate lying and being on the Egypt Road about 5 miles South west of KitAreil, N. C.. in Ktttrell township, County of Vance, State of N. C., having auchi shape, metob. courses and distances as will more fully appear by reference to a plat thereof made by Thomas Taylor, sur veyor, July 14. 1926. This beiag the tract heretofore conveyed to the said Augustus Land.b and George W. Moore by A. H. Powell by deed dated July 26, 1926, and recorded in book 146. at page 69 & 70, Vance Co , reg -Stry, and being more particularly de scribed as follow*: Begin at W. W. Dickerson's corner and run thence N. 2 E. 16.50 chains to whine oak; thence N. 76 W. 3.65 chairs to the branch; beech tree; thence down the branch as it meanders N. 51 E. 3 chains N. 70 E. 3 chains N. 38 E. 5 chains N. 27 1-2 E. 3.42 chains E. 3.50 chains to a poptar W. G. Wood* iief's line; thence along his line 23.85 chains to a cedar, thence S. 11 1-4 W. 16.50 chains to the road, being the Egypt road; thence along the edge of said Egypt road S. 35 1-2 E. 2.60 chains S. 32 E. 5.40 chains S. 6 3-4 E. 7.80 chains to an old stump; thence 3. 87 1-2 E.,8 chains thence N. 88 E j 3.67 chain* to the began nrhjg, con taining 50 acres, and being the land deeded by H. G WAxihef and others »e of record in Book 43 and Pages 80 ind 99. Vance County Rcgtotry, and 'being the same tract of Ignd con veyed to A. H. Powell by E. T. i Hicks and wife by deed dated April 13. 1923 and duly of record in Book 114, ’ it page 480' Vance County Registry. This sale is made by reason of the f failure of Augustus Landis, unmar ried, Goo. W. Moore and wife. Nettle A. Moore to pay off and discharge the , Indebtedness secured by said deed of trust. A .deposit of 10 per cent will be re luired from the purchaser at Ute sale. This the 22nd day of March, 1932. - C. H. DIXON. Receiver for First National Bank of Durham Trustee, Durham. N. C.