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MUSIC BIN TO HEAR WHITTEN SERMON £j, r ,»tian Pastor To Preach |n Evening to Frater. nal Order Men M p. CHILDREN’S DAY „ nl T.» B»- Given In Erenijif; To Japan To Speak Mnrnmg And Evening At l'rtnh>trriui Church of Mohawk Tribe. No. 58, . t •ril< r of Red Men. will gt i I*-' *'■ ’he service*; at che -v- oh'iicn Sunday even .. ,• »,< clock and hear a sermon v* ' * 'bat fraternal order by t R*'v H. A. Whitten. Mr. --f <-t >ear was great sachem .~ t i.tef Council of North Car>- ~ ' the Fled Men and is a leading r f the order in the State. It . np-v-d ta large number of . will attend the special ser r:f* ; UhiMren ■> Day program will be >i.r» »• the Methodist Protestant - n -he evening. A special of v i ••• foreign missions is to be i% . ,• -hi’ tin-.e. The service will *he ;■ i>-r of the usual preaching , «... *Tnng The public is invited -•* Kir • Presbyterian church , * •• 1:i -umary from Japan; t ; ik h ’’h morning and even- j , e U fbc.-e Jenkins will speak , " *'ig service on the sub- ' . • P»v Japan and the Pro- | t»>spel.' In the evening , • m illustrated lecture on j * . ’he Presbyterian mission ! -• r\ ices will be held at the. t-. h •-* First Methodist and ent< Episcopal churches to- j z * with the pastors in charge. : *•»-!■' I- invited to all these - *. Henderson churches. ISONS OBSERVE SAINT TOHN’S BAY — Bishop Mouzon Is Chief Speaker At Annual Oc casion at Oxford CV '."»» 25 —The annual St. - - I’i - icbration at the Oxford Mi- • "rphanage yesterday was i•. in address by Bishop 1 L•» P Mouzon. bishop in charge ' ferences in the Virginia ■ : ■ l ‘ i: >imas of the M. E. Church. ' f H- was introduced by Dr. ! • ,f Duke University, as ’one 1 zr- irest leaders of our State J ! Nr n who has spent a lifetime! up ’he spiritual foundations | •'ountry. a great, outstanding' • ‘rf'ii peaker of our nation." Nr weather and a vast concourse ■ pe p.e were present in Oxford to ! ‘b - annual event. An unusually j i'v. program was given, opened! 1 -penal session of the Grand j -■'b?* ' Masons at 10. o'clock after •T t- K \V Parham made the a#*] ~f welcome, to which Past Grand Ma EW. Timber lake. Jr., of Wake - • r*>.ponded. Grand Master Her- j r **' r Alexander of Charlotte, pre- j ‘l*l over The exercises, which were j It* 1 imi**r the spacious oaks in the T*”rifti! campus. B 'hop Mouzon used as the theme pf n - powerful address: "Erected io , ’'" l word- inserbeid on the corner of the Masonic temple in Char ’* He stated that every life, every '"■*rprise. should be erected to God. '»• w* ure living in a time of such '-'•‘••Tlement with upheavals tvety “ t it was necessary to pause 'honght "to see that our lives are i to God. The church must re ® ,, '*‘ls that it is erected for God. y ministry and laity must remind ‘•m-e ves that they are erected to *' 1 and for service to humanity. • is erected to God as its cen whirh has given to It such glory S 'l power. In olden times Masonry T* r v*i to erect institutions which a?- ' "*! in laying the foundations of r ‘ countr>‘. one of which is the Orphanage, the like of which ‘ ,a never been found outsida of Chris •Uß’iv." T*ie gave a forceful cotn of the attitude of the pagan * ’ 1 compared to that off the Chria i- w-oriij j n caring for orphan ct>tl- Every human life that is go -2 Stet anywhere must be erected 7 God he said, and he urged a hy each person present to the *>etioß of his life to God. the lunch hour special music rendered by the Rotary-Kiwanls r * r b* 'ra. The Sudan temple band * a beautiful progrrsjn on the Two baseball games were cn ■ ’‘* l f be Crystal Eake Riding Aca •mv Durham, gave a horse show. Tb» following Grand officers " Present at the special session of Gund Lodge Grund master. Her r Alexander. Charlotte; deputy t 1 l mas,er T. W’ilsor., Win '^ as senior grand warden, P A Morris, Durham; junior 1 n Chas. B. Newcomb. WIF ?rand treasurer. John J. t -.®r>ix Greensboro; grand secretary, “ " H Anderson. Raleigb; as grand crupr-nr \v, J. Roach. Loarell; as * r * r4 c» urf . r J P Marquette. States- v ‘‘ P senior grand deacon, John » Wilmington; junior e; 9 r.d deacon. Watson N. Sherrord, t-'-ie.d as grand marshal, H. B. p avi tT Ashe'dlle: grand steward. J. -.w-,rd Allen, Warren ton as grand J F Carpenter, Maiden; ? ‘p nd ,lier W. D. Terry. Raleigh. I'* ~ ran d masters present, Fran -3 - Wu*dejf A W, Xiw* at the | Review— Lc—om of Genesis lii-n,s,s- (n,. Bock "> fir— us the beginning of all things in h-J.n and earth except God -ho i. eternal Os Him it says. In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. ** Despofled Church Cornerstone ~ TII ' . - - ———— ——— — JJH leß K ar ‘‘ inde T d ttin R touph when the few coins in the cornerstone of a church are no longer safe. The Rev. Harry W Fullerton of the F^-eh , M hrS st f' PIS T! C l: Urch ' Philadelphia, is shown ruefully inspectinl the spot from which the cornerstcn.- was removed recently bv thieves Police and church officials are purged h v ti.e strange theft, inasmuch as the stone contained only a few old coins. [ Mat s Doing Churches FIRST METHODIST PROTESTANT. Dr. L. W. Gerringer, pastor. 9 45 a. m. Sunday school, C. F. Tankersley. Jr., superintendent. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Pastor’s subject: “What Would Jesus Do Un der Similar Circumstances”" You will not want to miss this service. 8 p. m. Children’s Day Program.- This will be in’the aatuse of and in the interest of foreign missions. An , offering, wtli be taken for that purfrtee rt'CAne-and bring an offering If yefu -rttn,- but be sure to come whether you have an offering to bring or not. The monthly meeting of the Wo man’s Auxiliary will be held at the church Monday ‘afternoon git lour* o'clock. The Sunshine Circle and Pre cious Jewels will have a program for mothers. A large attendance is an ticipated. The union mid-week prayer service wrill be at our church Wednesday evening at eight o’clock. The public is cordially invited to these services. FIRST CHRISTIAN. Rev. R. A. Whitten, minister. Sunday school meets at 9:45 a. m., C. D. Newman, superintendent. Worship at 11 a. m. Subject "Our Great Possessions,” Text, 1 Cor. 3:21. Christian Endeavor meets at 7:15 p. m. Worship at 8 p. m. At the evening hour of worship the Red Men of Henderson will attend in a body. The service will be directed especially in recognition of our guests. The public is invited to attend. You do not have to dress up to attend church here. Come in your overalls If you care to do so. Men are welcome without coats. Let us all dress in a manner that will prove most comfortable during these sum mer months. We want you to be com fortable and to feel at home In this church while attending worship. Our entire service at any time doe 3 not exceed one hour. Spend that hour with us. 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, "The Spirit of God Brooded Over the Waters.” Subject for the night ser mon, “The Words of Eternal Life.” The night sermon will give answer to these questions: What is soul hun ger? What are souls hungry for? How can a man feel his spiritual self? Are the people feeding on the husks that the swine do eat? What is one element of diet without which the souls of men starve to death? What firm traffics in this staple diet? berlake, Jr., Wake Forest: J. H. An derson, Raleigh; J. J. Phoenix, of Greensboro; William B. Hodge, grand high priest, R. A. M.; William Rr Smith, past grand high priest, R. A. M.; W. J. Roach, past grand high AUttk —hußggON, IK. C.J DAILY DISPATCH SATURDAY. JUNE 25, 1982 CHEJICHES TOMORROW HOLY INNOCENTS EPISCOPAL. Rev. I, W. Hughes, rector. Fifth Sunday After Trinity. 7:30 a. m.. Holy communion. 9:30 a, m,. Church school. 10 a. m.. Men’s and women's bible classes. 11 a. m., Morning prayer and sermon. 8 p. m., Evening. prayer and ser mon. ; . St. Johns ,Mispion. North Hender- Bon,' 2 o’eloqk, church school. . - '. s * * ’ “ ' t ■ * FIRST BAPTIST. Phator. Dr. Hugh A. Ellis. Sunday school meets at 9:45 a. m., with Clarence E. Greene, as superin tendent. The Baraca class with J. C. Kit trell as teacher cordially invites all men not attending other classes to meet with them. Tomorrow’s lesson will be a resume of Genesis. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Ser mon by the pastor "As and So." will be the subject. The choir will sing "How Beautiful Upon the Mountains," by Harker. A visitor commenting on the singing last Sunday asked the pastor. “Is your choir a paid one?" He proudly an swered "No. it is entirely voluntary.” Evening worship at 8 o'clock. The pastor will preach. Special music by the Young People's Choir. A warm welcome to the First Bap tist church. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. W. C. Cumming, pastor. J. H. Bryan, superintendent of the Sunday school. Morning service at 11 a. m. Rev. C. Reese Jenkins, of Japan, will be pre sent with the pastor, and will speak on "Present-Day Japan and the Pro gress of the Gospel." Evening service at 8 o’clock. Mr. Jenkins will give an illustrated lecture on Japan and our mission there. Come and worship with us. M. E. MEN TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPH MADE Plans To Be Made Also for Barbecue To Follow Recent Membership Campaign of Class The Men’s Wesley Bible class of the First Methodist church Sunday school will be photographed during their assemblage tomorrow morning, it was said today. It will be a group picture. At the meeting Sunday mom inj? announcement is also to be made of the winners in the recent Red and Bi je membership and attendance con tent. The time and place for the b«-;ue to be given by the losing side will also be announced, it is stated. I. M. Petty is to be general chairman of the barbecue committee. The regular lesson tomorrow morn ing will be by the pastor. Rev. D. E. Earnhardt, the subject being "God and Human Relationship." C. O. Seifert Is to sing- All members are urged to be present. From time immemorial every coun «•*. —a -s-d fisLetircs,, ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON 800 l <if CaniM. . ■ uenesis also teiis us of the beginning of sin and of God’s first promise of the Saviour. This prom ise was made more definite to Abraham, whom God called to head a new race through which this Saviour was to be bora. CHAPTER 43 NONE OF US will aver forget the feeling of exultation that swept over us. when we "broke” that code arid began to wrest from those pages the secret they had held locked fast for nearly a century. It came dramati cally In the afternoon. Morning found us all up early, and . one by one as we finished break fast w* took our places at the table and fell silently to work, with simply % word pr two of greeting. No one bad-suggested It. We simply under stood that we had work to do. and that time had now become a vital element. Along about 10 o'clock, at the sug gestion of Pauo we jumped into bath suits and took « hurried plunge in the sea. W'e were all sharper when we sat down to the grind again "Darn this kind of stuff." iJtrry fumed just before lunch was an nounced. "W'hat a business! What a business!" * We all knew tbut teelmg Hemmed In by that blind, blank wall, stum bling along Ir the thick blackness of sightless guess work.i toward the doof we knew was there if we could but find the key, which would unlock that.,coda We were positive those tlttje figures with, their arms In dif ferent positions indicated, marine semaphore—what else could* It be. Yet» in the minds of all of us. doub f lurked and gnawed. We could not be positive. "If we were experts at this sort of thing we would know the ratio of frequency of various letters.” lone said "That would help some—" "But we'he not experts. Holmes retorted. "We're rank amateurs, just fumbling along" . "It's lucky you boys saw service in branches where you learned this •tuff." Pauo soothed, taking the opti mistic view. Mt best It was a blind, tedious failure at every turn--but we worked doggedly on. None of us was temperamentally constituted for this sort of .jvork We werer a, newspaper erb'tVtl Action was ' ‘thi# Ahhig cduld understand We wtra a collection of square pegs in round holes at this type of thing— but it had to be don-i. and that with out loss of time. So we fidgeted and squirmed, but we kept the disks turning Trying. Testing Failing and trying again. After lunch we took a brief siesta »nd before one o’cloc' we were all back around the table We had pro duced a couple of little dictionaries —words were getting hard to think sf. Time dragged alcng The minutes marched by. Five. ten. fifteen, half sn hour, now an hour It must have been close to 2:SC when lone gave s sort of a chirp I think I was the only one that heard It I glanced quickly around the table. All the disks were steadily being moved. I tried not to pay any attention to that chirp—lone is a confirmed optimist anyhow. 1 could not resist the temptation to steal a glance at her a moment later. I was startled. Her eyes were alive with excitement Then It came: "I ... 1 think ... I believe 1 have got It" she said and her voice squeaked with suppressed emotion and excitement Every bead came up. I glanced at Pauo. There was a tight white line around her mouth. "What have you got." Tom asked He spoke In a low voice. " Wan Syke Is going to take’—" ths read That was as far aa Tom and I had translated her particular •beet of code from little figures to the letters. "That must be It." ! yelled. Yes. I yelled, and I would yell again If I ba*r It to do over - stumbling around in a black fog. sure of noth ing—and suddenly we had "broken" the code which held that vital secret. Then we were ail yelling We did an Indian war dance which would have shamed a Sioux buck. We grabbed the women and hugged them indiscriminately and slapped and pummeled each other soundly and eagerly. Even calm. cool. Tom mie was for once thoroughly Jarred sut of It- He hollered as <oud as the rest of ua I happened to rlance at Pauo HICKS TO ADDRESS EPISCOPAL CLASS Jasper B. Hicks will address the Men’s Bible Class of the Holy In nocents Episcopal church tomorrow at 10 o’clock. Mr. Macon Improved. G. W. Macon is somewhat Improved it was learned today, after having bee* ill £oi ttu, fust jevenu da^s. pyiaaH(t>dlJLy(t>- Story Os Mysbery and Love in The SouP* * From Abraham was born Isaac, and from Isaac, Jacob, whose older sons were jealous of their younger brother, Joseph, whom they sold int® Egypt. But God rewarded Joseph’s faithfulness by making him prime minister of Egypt. /t/uvyn. jgglps t There were tears in her eyes. Dut the eyes were dantinp t.nd happy It wan the appearance of some of the house servants to see if we had suddenly gone Insane, that finally quieted us. “What word were you using.” Urry asked. “Water, just plain W-A-T-E-R" she laughed. “I ll bet your, family are prohibi-’ •tlo4ilsTs! f * • ' "They 1 ato/ 1 wr-amen with laughter: ' "There waa never a drink of I'quor In that gal's home, any more than there ever was In mine!” We all laughed. "Well. I'll he a wall-eyed pike If I can see how we missed that word all this while." Holmes grinned "I should think that would have been the first word we thought of before we started the 'system'." That's always .he way when you get the answer—you can’t see how you missed It. But now we had it. which was the Important thing. "I* is an »bvjous word." I an nounced. "Watef everywhere down here. Water kept him yrtsoner on that Island, more effectively than steel bars could, it was a logical word, but It took a smart gal to hit on it. I still can't figure it—she never could work a cross word puzzle. “Luck!" lone announced "1 hap pened to be working on "W.' "You always were a fool for luck." I called over to her. As soon as the first burst cf ela tion died down we went to work No* as we had before. Now we were tingling with excitement. "You and 1 will take these figured sheets and translate them from sem aphore to letters," Tom told me. “With four of them decoding and you and 1 translating, we should be able to get this thing cleaned up in short order." I replied. "Those pages are all numbered “ "Be sure you number your decoded pages to correspond with the trans lations." Tom ordered the four. "Then all we'll have to do is string them together and we have It all In sequence." "No comments until everything is finished," I suggested. “No matter how Important your stuff comes everybody keep It to themselves un til we are through snd then Pauo Can read It to us all at once, or as much of It as she wants to." "You all get every line -*f It." she said simply. And so for an hour Tom snd I handed “takes" cf translation to the decoding table, while there the disks turned steadilv and the pencils PARKER IN DEFENSE OF FEDERAL COURTS Charlotte United State* dodge Says Federal Judiciary Keystone of Government Nashville, Tenn.. rune 25.—(AP)— Circuit Judge John j. Parker, of Char lotte addressed the Tennessee State Bar Association here today, outlining recent attacks on the jurisdiction of Federal evmu and giving reasons for u l believe I have got it.” luuned swiftly. Operations progressed with tiie smooth rapidity of a ma chine running in a bath of oil—tub sn.oothlv in fa. L But we couldn't foresee that then At the moment none of us imagfned' the clubbing fate had in store for us Just around the corner Then i’illy was spinning the disk on the last "take." Tom went arobnd (he table gathering the finished sheets together and sorting them in order. These he handed to Pauo without comment. Her fate was h study of conflicting emotions. "It might lie Juki as well if we got more comfortable chairs and drew them close together." I suggested. "It might also be wise to sort of soft pedal the reading What was that slogan they had tacked all over everything during the war?—The walls have ears'—or something like that. Were at war and we have al ready had a good lesson .n leakage. These sheets’’ and I waveu toward the papers Pauo held, "are valu able!” “Good thought.” Larry said. So wf pulled chairs close together and went into a huddle. "Wait a minute." he added, as 4re seated ourselves. "We might as well be careful about this thing." and he stepped out doors casually looking around to make sure no one was close tb the win dows or within .tearing. "Okey." be said and sat down. For a moment we were silent- I’auo sat with the deciphered sheets in her hand, a faraway look in her ayes. That pause was not for dra matic effect. We knew that. We also knew that sometimes there come mo menta in our lives which are almost too big for the living of them. Since childhood she had known that the answer to this riddle of her family’s history existed. Through three generations this knowledge had been gathered bit by bit. Her grandfather, her father and she had pieced It together. Here a scrap, thousands of miles away another fragment, and gradually that jig-saw puzzle had taken shape—but part of It was missing the vital parts and the master *heet For thousands o* miles she had followed that time-dimmed trail of the missing log book—the old log which had kept its precious secret locked securely for nearly a century, long after the hand that had written it had turned back to dust. She had found I1 only to be bailed again bv the code. Now It had been unlocked, and those pages lay in her .iar,d. tro rs. coxnxuLDj preservation of the courts. He said the Federal judiciary “la the keystone of the arch of constitu tional government in America,” and because of the "very function it is called upon to perform, it has from the first been subjected to almost con stant attack.” Birds are on the whole lower than mammals in pure intelligence, and higher in pitch & ■Motion snd in tensity of living. , —< By Iks Rev. Alvin E. Bell Asd Alfred J. Boettber ev When famine sent Israel’s sone into Egypt to buy com God used the occasion to make Joseph known to the brothers who had sold him 20 yean before. He fo.rgave them and their descendant* lived in "Egypt for 400 years: <?OLDBN TEXT—Homans 8 28. PAGE THREE SCHOOLS SUNDAY SALE OF REAL-ESTATE UNDER DEED OF TRUST. Default having oeen made in tha indebtedness secured under a deed of trust executed by A. J. Green to the undersigned Trustee, dated May 31. 1930, and recorded in Book 162, ',P a ffe 108 in Vance Countv. I will on TUESDAY. JULY 5th k 1932 at twelve ocloek noon, at the Court House door in Henderson, sell for cash to the highest bidder the real estate c-xnveyed.in sail deea of trust f’j/i -*** s-: . e,d aa to*' i v : That lot on Rowland streea in tha City of Henderson conveyed to Au gustus Green by Dcui recorded irj Bob if 3 358. .iie*! for lecc-rj June 14. 1885. described as follow*: Begin at a slone situaied where the Eastern edge of Rowland Street in tersect of Noah Gatling's line, and run thence, S. 68 1-2 degrees E. 209 feet to a stone; thence S. 21 1-2 de gree* W. 52 1-4 feet to a stone; thence N- 68 1-2 degrees W. 209 fert to stone on Rowland; thence along Rowland street N. 21 1-2 degree- E. 52 1-4 feet to the place of beginning. This June 3rd. 1932. JASPER B. HICKS. Trustee. NOTIC E OF SALE Und».r and by virtue of the power and authority conferred uj»on the un dersigned trustee by a certain deed of t ruwt executed by Golden Belt Bus Line, Inc., W. A. Watkins and Flor ence Watkm*. on January the 28th., 1931 anti recorded in the office of the register of deeds of Vance ‘county. In Book 168. page 3. default having been made in the payment of the indebted ness* thereby secured at. therein pro vided and having been requested by the holders of th<» said note, the un dersigned trustor', will on Thursday, June the 30th, 1932 at 12 o'clock noon at the courthouse do<»r in Vance coun ty offer for sale and sell to the high. e»t bidder for cash the following de scribed property: The franchise certificate held by Golden BeW Bus Line, Inc., and issued to it by the North Carolina Corpora tion Commisniion, the same being franchise No 203, empowering the parties of the first part to operate a hue Une for tranaportatioa of pas sengers, light express, and freight from Durham. N. C., via Oxford to Hen derson. North Carolina, over Highway No 75 and 57. togelher with aU right, title, interest and ciaim that the claim with respect to said bus Hne first parlies of the first part have or and franchise rights In connection bherewH h. This the 2nd day of June, 1932. BART M GATLING. Trustee. NOTICE Default having been made in the payment of that debt secured by that deed of truet executed by R. A. Har ris and wife. Bessie Harris, dated the 15th day of January. 1931, recorded in Book 155 at page 425 in the office of the Register of Deeds for Vance County, N. C., and at the request of the holder thereof, ttye undersigned Trustee will offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash at the Courthouse door in Henderson, N. C.. on Wednonday, July 6th.. 132 at 12 o'clock midday, the following describ ed property: AH right, title and Interest of the said R. A. Harris and wife, Beasie Harris of every kind, nature and description in and to that lease dated the 22nd day of April, 1930, duly filed for reg^tration in Vance County, North Carolina, executed by Dorsey Hart and wife, Etoise, Hart, which said lease runs for a period of five years, with option of renewing the »am© for five yeaia, on some :Jx or seven acres of laud l|, Vance County, North Caro lina known aa part of the Dorsey Hart farm, adjoining T. H. Right and oth ers, and upon which land R. A. Harris has erected and does now operate a Planing Mil! or Saw Mill. Together also wi<h all the machinery, appli ances and equipment now located on said premises and used in t.he operat ion and conduct of said business; said machinery consisti»g in par- of an A-4 Yates Planer, a Berlin Saw. and a Hardy-Tines Cor lisa Type Steam En gine. It being the intention of tMs Instrument to convey all of the ma chinery regardless of whether the same is described herein or not, lo cated on said premises. Together also with all right, title and interest which the parties of the first part may have in and to buildings houses, and other property which may have been lo cated upon the said premises or which may hereafter be located upon said premises, during the life of the aforesaid lease. This the 3rd day of June. 1933. J. H. ZOLLICOEFER, Trustee.