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MUSIC MISSIONARY TO BE AT PRESBYTERIAN Dr. Hugh White To Preach Morning and Evening There Tomorrow COURSE IN TRAINING Hiil run »i MrUodtot Pro* nWot (hurt'll Monday Evening; Revival In Progrro* at North Hrn ilrivm Baptist A missionary Ur. Hugh W Whits. ot Yrngcbcng. China, is to preach at morning an devrnmg worship service »i IM First Presbyterian church to morrow It was announced today. He * a brother of Dr. W. McC. White, jailor of the First Preabv i«nan cborch of Raleigh .and fill* in at the ;jcti church tomorrow In the absence ot the pastor. Rev. W. C. Cumming. Another featur eof the services in Henderson churches tomorrow or the coming week will be the beginning c f s training school for church work ers at the Methodist Protestant church Monday evening This will be for all Methodist Pnrteatant churches in the i city and county. Services in the other churches for j tomorrow are announced In another i column on this page, and all extend a warm welcome to visitors. Elf. LB. REAVIS : HEARD IN REVIVAL Preaches at North Header, son Baptist on “Block ade To Hell ’ At tha revival services last night ix tha North Henderson Baptist cburch. Rev. L. B. Reavla spoke on the subject. "God's Blockade to the Sosd to Hell." The minister stated that If any per kr went to hell, he went to hell iiiimst God's will. God. through his ,u.f has placed many obstacles in 'be road that leads to eternal destruc tion The first obstacle the minister mentioned was Goo s word, the Bible Many people have been saved through reading Gods word. The second ob stacle God has placed in the path to hell i< a mother’s Influence and pray ei. He warned the people against climbing over the sacred influence and prayer of a Christian mother. A Sunday school teacher's influence and teaching was another obstacle (bat that the minister mentioned as a blockade to the road to destruction. He begged the Sunday school teachers to catch a glimpse of their duty and opportunity. The minister stated as tbe last obstacle the Cross of Christ. He said no one would go down the load to destruction without stumbling o.ei the broken body of Christ. He tagged the people not to go headlong down the road of sin. stumbling ovet the obstacles which God had placed tnruugh his gracious love. PRAYER SERVICES AT PRESBYTERIAN The regular weekly prayer services cf the laymen's organization is to be hi.d next Monday afternoon at 5:50 oclock at the First Presbyterian church. The public Is invited to air tend, and ail pastors are requested to have mention made of the meeting Sunday :n their services. NOTICE Default having been made in the payment of that debt secured by that dtrd of trust executed by R. A. Har ris and wife. Bessie Harris, dated the lVn day of January. 1931, recorded ir. Book 155 at poge 425 ln the office of The Register of Deede for Vane* <~c.unty. N. C.. and at the request of the holder thereof, tfie undersigned Tiuetee will offer for sale and ae-H tc the highest bidder for cash at the Cnurrtvouse door in Henderson. N. C. or. Wednesday, July 61h.. 132 at IT orjock midday, the following deacrlb el property: AU the right, title and Interest of the said R. A. Harris and wife Besajv Harris of every kind, nature ant* description in and to that lease dated ihe 22nd day of April, 1930. duly filed for regisfration in Vance County North Carolina, executed by Dorsey Hart and wife. Ekxise. Hart, which said lease runs for a period of five years with option of renewing th* same for five years, on some six or Seven acre* of hiid i n Vance County. North Caro lina known aa part of the Dorsey Hart farm, adjoining T. H. High* and oth et> and upon which land R. A. Harris has erected and does now operate a Planing Mill or Sew Mill. Together «!so with all the machinery, appli »nc«* and equipment now located on fa -d premises and usad ln the opcral- and conduct of said business; said machinery consisting ln part of an A-4 Tate* Planer, a Berlin Saw, and a Hardy-Tines Corliss Type Steeum En *lne. It being the Intention of this instrument to convey all of the ma chinery regardless of whether the *ame ts described herein or no*, lo oted on said premises. Together also w ‘th all right, title and Interest which 'be parties of the firs*. part may have in and to building*, hoiwtee. and other proper! y which may have been lo r*t*d upon the said premises or w >»ch may hereafter be located upon • a 'd premises, during the life of the aforesaid lease. Tth* tha 3rd day of June, 1882. J H. SOLLiCOFFER, TixmSs*. AT THE CHURCHES tomorrow i [jwjah. tie True Broths, ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHftTH _ ■» a. s~ ai* a■* 1 ~2»JJ. • 3«ript»r»—Ca—sU 44.ia.lA_ And Alfred J. Buffer U - ■ ■ - ■ - "" "" 1 - ■■■ ■ ■ ■ d tL-J H V vl? e^ PreVioUa trip ® f Joseph’* brothers to ?ypt for grain, Joseph, the governor, had kept meon as a pledge that they would return with Benjamin, their youngest brother. Now Judah pledges his life to Jacob for Benjamin’s safe return to his aged father. first Lady at Brooklyn Parade ok jk JrTjgai|T Mrs. Herbert Hoover, wife of tbe President, is shown as she reviewed “• P* ra . < * e of more than 100,000 children who participated in the annual S?J* b JS* ,0n ° f the Brookl .y n Sunday School Union, at Brooklyn. N. Y. The “First Lady” also visited the replica of Mount Vernon that has been erected is Prospect Park as a feature of Brooklyn’s bicentennial cele brations. Whqfs Doing Churches [j HOly INNOCENTS EPISCOPAL Rev. I. W. Hughes, rector. Third Sunday after Trinity. 7:30 a. m., Holy Communion. 9:45 a. m.. Church school. 10 a. m., Men's and Women's Bible classes. 11 a. m., Morning prayer and ad dress. Bp. m., Evening prayer and sermon St. John's Mission. North Hender son, 2 o'clock, church school. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. W. C. Cumming, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., J. Harry Bryan, superintendent. Bible classes for adults. Morning church service at 11 a. m. evening service at 8 o’clock. Dr. Hugh W. White, of Yenchen. China, a brother of Dr. W. McC. White, pastor of the First Presby terian cburch at Raleigh, will preach, in the absence of the pastor, who is attending the Davidson Young Peo ple's Conference of the Synod of North Carolina, and will return Tues day afternoon. Come and worship with us. WEST EN DBAPTIST. Rev. E. R. Nelson, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. na., S. W. Oakley, superintendent. There will be no preaching at the evening hour, as the pastor Is to be engaged in a revival meeting at the Middleburg Baptist church. FIRST BAPTIST. Pastor, Dr. Hugh A. Ellis. Sunday school meets at 9:45 a. m. Classes for all ages of young people and adults. Clarence E. Greene, su perintendent. Morning worship at 11 a m. Ser mon by the pastor. Subject, “If You Had One Wish." A male quartette Messrs. J. G. Gardner, W. B. Harrison, W. B. Daniel. Jr., and Dorman Blay lock will sing. Evening services at 8 o’clock. The pastor will preach. Archibald Tow, Jr., will play a violin solo. “London derry Air.” A warm welcome awaits you at tbe First Baptist church. Strangers es pecially invited. FIRST METHODIST. Rev. D. E. Earnhardt, pastor, Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Worship services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. with sermons by the pastor. Text for the morning sermon: “Darkness was over the land." Text for the night sermon. “If any man would come after me, la thim deny himself and take up his cross and follow me." Questions to be answered in the »tyht sermon: What is meant by ‘ * ' « ' . • •- r l“W* HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH SATURDAY, JUNE 11 1932 ’ denying one's self? How far are we from that principle? Is this a genera tion of self-indulgence? Does this ac count for rebellion against restraint? What cross are we called to bear? FIRST METHODIST PROTESTANT. Dr. L. W. Gerringer, pastor. Sunday school meets at 9:45 a. m. There are classes to suit the ages of all. C. F. Tankersley, Jr., the super intendent, Invites you to be present tomorrow. At eleven o’clock the pastor will use as his theme, “Forgetting Our Best Friend." Who is ou rbest friend? In what ways are we forgetting him? Come and learn. Special music will consist of a solo by Mias Garnette Myers. Junior Christian Endeavor at seven thirty. “Christ's Measure of Values" will be the pastor’s theme at eight o'clock in the evening. Coroe ofr this ser vice. Your prsence will encourage the work of the Lord. Two services on Sunday are not too many for the best people in the church. They feel the need of two services. Then how about the average member? Let us give our souls a fair chance. Give God, and the preacher, and the church a chance to help you in your fight against sin. Announcement will be made Sunday as to the midweek prayer meeting. WHITE MEMORIAL M. E. Rev. M. W. Warren, pastor. Sunday school will meet at 8:45 a. m. H. M. Leckle, superintendent. Morning service at 11 o’clock. Epworth Leagues will meet at 6:30 p. m. Evening service at 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday even ing at 7:45. A welcome to all. FIRST CHRISTIAAN. Rev. R. A. Whitten, minister. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., C. D. Newman, superintendent. Worship at 11 a. m. subject, “The Life Look." Text Isaiah, 45:22. Christan Endeavor at 7:15 p. m. Worship at 8 p. m. The evening ser mon by Rev. J. U. Teague. Prayer service Wednesday evening held in this church conducted by Cap tain Stratford of the Salvation Army. The churches of Henderson are seeking to promote the beet interests of every citizen and are deserving of your support. You will find a wel come. When the time comes that the tem perature at the equator fails below the freezing point, th polar regions will remain the only peris where a light covering of frost wiW mett in the heighth of summer season and where take will ska out its bust mtnrt. Tbe brothers bow before Joseph pleading Rirain and are sent away happy to their father. But they are arrested ea route, charged with the theft of the governor’* silver cup and to aroaze of the brothers the cup is found in Benja min’s sack. County Convention Os Sunday Schools June 23 Will Be Held at First Baptist Church, Thi» City; Gene, ral Secretary of State Association Will Be Present; Prof. W. C. Poe Is County President Announcement was made today that the annual convention of the Vance County Sunday School Association will be held on Thursday, June 23, at the First Baptist church in this city. It will be under the auspices of the Vance County Sunday School Asso ciation and the North Carolina Sun day School Association. The organi zation is undenominational, and Sun day school workers of all the churches make tip its preaonnel. In charge of arrangements are Prof. W. C. Poe. president, and Mis* Annie Leigh PuckeM, secretary of the TRAINING SCHOOL FOR M. P. CHURCH Will Be Begun Monday Evening for Denomina tion in This County Beginning next Monday evening at seven o'clock ,a standard leadership training school will be conducted at the First Methodist Protestant church in Henderson. This school is for the Henderson church,* the Vance pas toral charge unu the Granville charge. There is no age limit except that thase under 14 years are not advised to take the course. It was stated. There will be a standard course for those 17 years and older who wish credit on » standard certificate. A young people's course for those from 14 to 17 years . will be given, though those over 17 who do not care to take the standard! courses may take the young people's courses, it was said. Rev. J. W. Braxton, B. D., pastor of Vance charge, has planned the school and will have charge of the devotional periods. Miss Mary Young, dean of women of High Point College, will act as dean of the school, and will teach a standard course. “The Growth of Christian Personality." Rev. T. J. Whitehead will teach. “The Teaching Work of the Church;" Miss | Maxine Taylor. "Young People's Ma- j terials and Methods;" Miss Kathleen j Paschal I, “The Psychology of the Prij I maty Child"; and Miss Margaret Hlght will teach "The Christian Ctt- ] izens." If enough pupils attend to J justify it, a course in "Denominational ; Program" will also be given. All are urged to be present at 7 o'clock Monday evening for registra tion. Classes will begin at 7:36. For the standard course there will be two class periods each evening. Church leaders consider “a fine op portunity brought right to us to get some training for better service in the Sunday school and church work. It is hoped that a large number will avail themselves of this opportunity." The only expense will be a small ren tal fee of twenty-five cents for those who do not desire to purchase tbe books. CHRISTIAN CHURCH CLASS IN MEETING True Blue class of the Fixst Chris tian church held its regular monthly bll3iwhs meeting Monday evening in the home of Mrs. R. T. W. Seaman on Rowland street. The meeting was called to order by the president. Miss Margaret Davie RoH was called and minutes read by the secretary. Mr*. J. E. Parks, aad each member expressed sympathy for Mre. W. O. Cunningham who 1* HI at her home on Rowland Street. After the business session. delicious refreshments were served the mem bers . —Reported. CIRCLE GATHERINGS OF PRESBYTERIANS Auxiliary meeting of the Presby terian church were announced for Monday afternoon as follows :Circle 1 at 4 o'clock with Mrs. Redding Perry; Circle 2 at *■ o’clock with Mr*. Charles Carter; Circle 8 with Miss Marjorie Gerber At 4 o'clock. j JHf " 1 ~ , i JElr Judah i* brought before Joseph for punishment. ■ e becomes tbe advocate for Benjamin, pleading for him and for his aged father’s sake, offering himself to perpetual slavery as a ransom. What a change Joseph sees in Judah, who 20 years be fo»e had suggested selling Joseph to slavery. association. The fii-st session will be held at 9:45 a. m. Thursday, and also another In the afternoon, and prob ably the final session at night. De finite announcement of these will be made iater, it is stated. Rev. Shuford Peeler, of Salisbury, State secretary, is to be on the pro gram for one or more addresses, as will other leaders in Sunday school work. Group conferences will be held under the leadership of trained lead ers, and work with the children, young people and adults will be dis cussed. PASTORS SCHOOL AT DUKE BEGINS MONDAY Durham, June 11. — Ministers from the two North Carolina Methodist conferences will gather at Duke uni versity Monday night for the first meeting of the annual pastors’ school, Dr. Frank S. Hickman, of the Duke school of religion faculty, will be the first speaker on the program. Classroom work of the 11-day ses sion will begin on Tuesday morning. In addition to members of the teach ing staff, a series of special speakers will be heard during the session. Among the visiting speakers will be Dr. Kenyon L. Butterfield, rural ad visor of the international missionary council; Dr. G. A. Buttrick, pastor of Madison Avenue Presbyterian church. New York City; Dr. E. M. Poteat, pastor of Pullen Memorial Baptist church. Raleigh; and Bishop Edwin D. Mouzon, of Charlotte. The fins of the shark are the great est edible delicacy imaginable for the Oriental people. TRAVEL BARGAINS FOR SOUTHERN RAILWAY 32nd ANNIVERSARY SATURDAY, JUNE ISth, 1932 One cent (lc) per mile for actual distance traveled between all agency stations on the Southern Railway System and certain connecting lines. Tickets sold only for the round trip. Round Trip Fare From Raleigh AshcvUle, X. C $5 44 Gaisesville, Ga. $792 < Miami. Fla., . $17.»» Atlanta. Gi., 8-44 Gold*lw»ro, N. C-, -96 Macon. Ga 9.29 Augusta, Ga., 6.09 Greensboro. X. C. 1.63 Memphis, Tenn 16 11 Birmingham. Al* 11.77 Greenville, S. C. 5.61 MorrlKtown, Tenn , ... 7.20 Charlotte, X. C 3.48 Hendersonville, X. C., .. 589 Mobile. Ala , 15J2 Chorkrttrsvlllr Va 4.08 Hickory, X. C 3.78 New Orleans, La., 18.31 Chattaaooga. Tran 10.25 Jacksonville, Fla., 10.68 Tamp*. Fla , . 14 90 runeiouaU, O. 12.14 Knoxville, Tenn. 8.04 St. I r*ui*. Mo., 18.43 Columbus, Ga 10.23 I-exington, Ky., 11JW Selma. Ala , .. 12 94 Danville. Va , 259 Louisville. Ky. 13.16 W Salem. X. C 219 Frsnt * Hi-*. Ind., 15-57 Lynchburg, Va., 2.88 Washington. D. C.\ 5.69 Proportionally low round trip fares between all other stations on the -Southern Railway System lines and certain connections, CHILDREN: Half the above fare for children 5 to 11 years old inclusive. PULLMAN: Tickets will be honored in Pullman cars in connection with proper Pullman £ Transportation. Final Return Limit Midnight June 26th, Everybody. Take A Train Ride Father Mother Sister Brother—sl.oo Per 100 Miles 1111 SHOP EARLY! By Making Your Pullman Reservations now See Your Ticket Agt. ■ " ■ 1 " - M J |l " ' ■ j > jururLOn. Joseph had been seeking to learn whether God'* grace had changed his brothers’ nature since they so cruelly said him. He now is satisfied they are changed men. He tell* them, therefore, who he is and assure* them of his forgiveness and sends for his father to come to Egypt. GOLDEN TEXT— Psalm lUI To Fill Famous Pulpit jjjfc '||j «•* w The Rov. Thomas A. Sparks will become rector of the famous Old Trinity church. Wall street and Broadway, New York City, next September. For the past two yeert he has beta rector of Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd at Kosemont. Philadelphia suburb. M. E. WESLEY CLASS TO HEAR EARNHARDT Rev. D. E. Earnhardt. pastor of the church will address tho Wesley Bible class of the First Methodist Sunday school tomorrow morning at 9:45 o'clock, and his subject win be, “Judah, Uie True Brother,” it was announced lodayy. He will discuss (he (rue meaning of human brother hood . Special music will be furnish ed by a quartette of the men and one of the women's class. The men's class Blue army in the membership con ies* won on points of attendance last Sunday, and say they won't be stop ped now. AH men and boys not now attending Sunday school elsewherp arf> invited to meet with the class and to become members. PAGE SEVEN SCHOOLS SUNDAY DELEGATES TO GO TO EASTERN STAR Meeting To Be Held In Rocky Mount Three Daya, Starting Sunday A delegation of Henderson ladles member* of lae local chapter are to attend the convention of the Grand Chapter o< North Carolina of the Or dei of the Eastern Star, which will be held for thre days in Rocky Mount the coming week, beginning Sunday. June 12. The ladies from this chapter will be Mrs. W. L Garllck, and Mrs. M H. Stone, both past worthy ma trons, and Mrs. K. H. Patterson, the present worthy matron, Mrs. Patter son being the official representative. Mm. Stone will be page, which is con sidered & very singular honor. Mrs. Bessie Ruck Mangum. of Rocky Mount, is the worthy grand matron of North Carolina. It is esti mated that 500 North Carolina wo men will attend the convention, with headquarters in the Masonic Temple in Rocky Mount. M. P. AUXILIARY CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of the Methodist Protestant Auxiliary will meet Monday afternoon ttt 3:30 o’clock as follows: Circle 1, Mrs. Finch leader, with Mrs. E. C. Kittrelt; Circles 2 and 3. Mrs. Wat son and Mrs. Gooch, leaders, with Mrs. J. M. Baity; Circle number 4 with Mrs. Burchett and Mis* lleen Bowling as hostesses. SHAW PHILATHEAS WILL MEET MONDAY The Shaw Philathea class of the First Baptist church will hold its re gular monthly business meeting Mon day evening al S o'clock in the home of Mrs. Ralph Thompson on Young avenue, wilh Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. R. L. Heggie and Mrs. J F. Hicks, Jr., as joint hostesses.