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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER NUMBER 33 ITION OF BAPTISTS WILL S TODAY Dr. Scarborough Speaker for h Principal Closini; Session Tonighl DEBT MONEHAISED Pastor of Local Church is Re- elected President of Stale Convention Okliihiimn Haplists will con- tinue their .-inntial con- vention at tlie First Haplist church here this mornine with a full day's program mapped closing sessions. this iiioining soni; srrvici'. fol- di-volii.nal led by Paul Cullen. the meetings will out for the with lowed hy continue the day. closing about nine o clock to- night. ronliniilne the mornine pro- Ciam at o'clock Mrs. I'.erta Spooner. reeleeted hecrelary of the VV. M. I'. lor Ihe flfli-i-ntli nine, will make a re- port on W. M. I', work. (In Cniciiiiii This will be followed with re-i ports from various which will continue until eleven; o'clock when President J. W. Kaley will brine a con-, cernine OUlalioma Ilaplist uni- versity ot which be is head. In the afternoon sessions, the Sunday schools and other Hap- tiM institutions will eel ntten- tiiin with addresses by K. A. Howard. T. II. Farmer K. W. Westmoreland and J. A. Stewart. Kyle M. Yales. Louisville. Ky.. will make-a report concern- the Southern Semi-; miry located at Louisville. iir. M. White, former mis- sionary to llrazll. will speak on "l-'orefeii Mis-ions" at four o'clock brinclne the afternoon: period lo a close. ScnilMinnmli To Dr. L. Scarborough. will brine tlie principal messace at the eveninc servires. miiklnc a talk concerning; Ihe "lon.oiMi, itiovemeiil." Scarborouch Is from tlie Southwestern llapllsl Seminary at 1'iirl Worth. Olher reports and sonc ser- vlcrs will complete Ihe evell- Inc's program hefore the con- vention adjourns. 1'p to last nicbl approximately ITiOo messeimers and visitors had recistered at tlie headiiuarters am; officials in charge esiimatei! that several hundred were in at- tendance here part of Ihe tini" who failed lo register. "State Missions" was the piin- clpil theme the priicram l.isi niebt in tin' auditorium of .h" Titst P.aplist church, with Andrew Potter, executive secre- tary of the convention, in One of t li e aclilevemi-nts of this service was the ralslnu of money necessary lo relieve Ihe Indebted ness of! tin state mission hoard. KnlM-il At the beciiittlnc of Ihe s'T- vice there was a debt of ap- prosimati'ly payable. Cash on :iand ainounied to "SO. leaving approximately TOO to be raised. In a comparatively short Ill's money was raised j coiilrlhulioiis of individuals., churches and ctiurcli oreani7.a-; tints. In this service. Dr. C. C. M.ir- ris. president of Ihe convention., broueht a stirrlnc messa'-- the subject. "Kvancelism." In Ibe sessions held day inornini; and Wi'dnesd-r. a'l-, ernoon reports had occupi -d thu most of the lime. Dr. .1. W. Storer. pastor 'if Ihe First ItaptM church. TuNa. de- livered Ibe annual sermon, brine- Inc a powriful tnt'ssace rlialleim- int; Ihe I'.aptisls of Oklahoma to firm conviction and that conxiction boldly a> Ibey Miiind o'.'t their messages. JliirrU Iteelerlcil In the nomination of officers for the convention for Ibe year. Dr. C. C. Mortis of Ada was unopposed for reelctlon as prcsl-J llent. Other officers selected are Dr. liupril Naney. Olivet chnrcli. Ok-' laboma City, lirst vice Dr. T. W. Medearis. Miami, sec- ond vice president; John T. Dan- iel. Northwest church. Oklahoma Clly. leeleried recordinc secre- tary: IS. Smith. Cordell. flfCleil assistant recordinc secre- lary: Dr. Andrew Potter, reflec- ted corresponding- secretary; Dr. J. Hounds. Oklahoma Clly. re- flected historical secretary. The iiiidilorliim of the First Pa.'list church was well filled Wednesday mornine when the openlnc session bi'i-an and before noon il was packed to capacity by delegates and other visitors. Dr. Chestei field Turner ot Sbawnee led the devotional. W. C Duncan, chairman of the board deacons of Ada First church, delivered a movini: addiess of welcome, lo which Dr. A. L. Aul- lContinued on I'agu 8, No. 3) Two Seminole Men Injured In Car Accident Reported j Favorable j The condition of the Uv.i VOIIIIK Seminole men Injured In j 'iin automobile accident Tuesday, evenlnc was reported as "very! favorable" hy hospital attendants: last nlehl. Morris Itarber, who received a; severe lick on the head and oth- er bruises, was believed to be, out of dancer. No broken or fraclrues were found In the! examination. Henry Lewis received a brok- en collarbone and numerous' bruises bill his condition was mil believed critical. The young men were said lo' nave I.....n on their way to Coal-. cale when they lust control of their car on a curve near Tu- pelo, ranslnu it to overturn. Vniin- llarber. ;u-e Is n nephew
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