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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 8, 1925, High Point, North Carolina Pace 2high Point Enterprise. Sunday. November 8. 1925 Lix Harvey is Rici governor Kik club Ter District officers Are chosen at the Pinehurst meeting Pinehurst nov. 6.�? apr a Felix Harvey of Kinston was sleeved District governor and Charleston s. C., was selected As a he 1926 convention City at the losing session of the sixth annual convention of the kiwanis clubs comprising the North and South Carolina clubs late Friday. Selected As lieutenant governors to serve with or. Harvey were Joseph e. Johnston Statesville first District Robert herring Fayetteville second District R. Pugh Elizabeth City third District James Lynch Florence s. C., fourth District and e. W. Crews Spartanburg s. C., fifth District. A Roderick h. Mcdonald of Columbia was re elected Secretary trea a user. John h. Moss of Minneapolis International president of the kiwanis clubs was a guest at the convention. The attendance cup went to the Greensboro club with Wilmington second and Raleigh third. The Golf trophy was won by the Aberdeen club with Richard Tufts a member of the Host club turning in the next score or. Tufts refused the cup and it was awarded to Asheville. Five Are Given Long term for burglary Hertford a c., nov. 7.�? apr the dramatic trial entering around the robbery of the Home of Townsend Chappell Blind merchant of this county last july came to a close tonight after several Days session of Peru mans county Superior court. Sam in Ugee and Lewis Powell who pleaded guilty to the charge of second degree burglary and Nathan b. Dail convicted on the same charge were Given sentences of nine to twelve years in the state prison. Ernest Wade Hartwell and miss Mary Howard also convicted on the same charge were Given from five to seven years and one and a half to two years respectively. Nathan b. Dail on a second charge of receiving property which he knew to have been stolen was Given three to four years the sentence to begin at the expiration of the first sentence. Walter Dail a Distant relative of Nathan Dail and convicted on a similar charge was sentenced to from two to three years. All except Powell and Lougee entered notice of Appeal to the supreme court. Nathan daily a Bond was fixed at $10,000 Walter Dali sat $2,000 Hartselle at $5,000 and Mary Howard sat $1,000. New Grid method used at Providence official figures on unification Given Providence. R. I., nov. 7.�? apr for the first time since the modern game of football was instituted the method of timing provided by the rules was discarded and periods of plays instead of minutes were substituted in the game Between Brown and Boston University Here today. Brown was the Victor 4 2 to 6, and at no stage of the game was there any question of the superiority of the Home eleven. Under the system agreed to by the coaches of the two elevens the first two periods were composed of 40 plays the last two 35. Tho elapsed time for the four periods was 27, 28, 21 1-2 and 26 1-4 minutes respectively. The actual time by quarters was 14 20, 14 21, 13 50 and 13 45._ Little Rock Herbert Hamilton 12, started hts career As a trader by giving five cents for a $100 Diamond ring offered by a negro youth. Nashville tenn., nov. 7.�? apr the official vote of the annual conference. Methodist episcopal Church South cast on unification with Tho methodist episcopal Church is 2,639 for and 2.or.1 against unification say the official figures announced tonight by or. A. J. Lamar and John w. Barton custodians of the official vote at the methodist publishing House. Six conferences which have voted Are not included in the official results because of a non certification of their votes. They Are the Pacific Brazil Central Brazil South Brazil Mexico and Louisiana. The secular press Bureau at it a dist Headquarters compiled t a vote As follows including these six of the thirty conferences which have voted but have not certified their votes to the Church Headquarters for unification 3,005. Against unification,2,177, votes Short of a three fourths majority in View of the number of votes recorded 881. Under the official vote As announced the number Short of the constitutional three fourths majority is Given As 87 8. Woman found dead Ogden Utah nov. 7.�? apr the body of mrs. Hans Jensen aged 43. Beauty parlor owner was found in a Thicket in the South part of the City today. Nearby was a broken Hammer and a Small Sharp knife. The woman apparently had been struck on the head with the Gammer Aud an Effort made later to Cut off her head. Her husband is a meat Cutter. Choose senator bismark n. D., nov. 7.�? apr governor a. G. Sorlie today called a special election for june 30 to select a successor to the late senator e. F. Ladd. June 30 is the Date of the regular North Dakota primary election. Conference adopts a report voicing objection to pools continued from Page i too late to classify wanted an unusual boy who is looking at the serious Side of life who wants to learn a Trade that will give him a comfortable income through life. This boy must have grammar school education and be willing of do As he is told. He will not be required to do anything the owner of the shop himself do. Apply in person to the Rhodes press 130 West Commerce Street High Point n. 11-8 wanted to Trade for real estate one 1925 Model 5 passenger Hudson Sedan fully equipped with All extras. Car has been driven 2400 Miles. Call 6304 monday. 11-8 Bevy of dancing girls with a Dolly dimple show at the orpheus theater All this week. 9 in Dot Woina modes autumn Winter a v a % shopping begins and ends at Moffitte a. It is Here that the dominating modes for autumn and Winter Are in High favor. Whenever you meet a smartly garbed woman you can Wager her coat comes from this store. It is a tribute to us yet a responsibility in constantly searching for and providing the gems of fashions for the fastidious tastes. New styles it arrive daily unfolding new treasures in Coats. Wont you come and see How Well these late models blend with \ moderate prices you will surely appreciate the extraordinary values we Are offering. Smartest style Coats $25.00 ind $35.00 charming Coats $39.50 a cd $49.50 we have established an enviable reputation for showing the Best in Coats at popular prices. Fir Moffitte a 217 North main Street was popular with the world. In the beginning. God found it necessary to hedge the Day about by Law. This necessity still exists. Were it not for divine and civil restraints our holy Sabbath would soon be gone and we would have in its place a Holiday. We believe that More civil restraints Are necessary and we pledge ourselves to every Effort to save this holy lords Day from the greed for gain and lust for the saturday night session of the conference was devoted exclusively to business matter chief of which consisted of reports of conference committees. The devotional service was conducted by Rev. Fred w. Paschal of Whitaker and a very effective grayer was. Offered by Rev. N. O. Bethea of Lexington. Or. R. M. Andrews president of the High Point College presided during the major portion of the night session. Other report the first report heard at the night session was that of the superannuated fund society % which has the supervision of the funds for the aged ministers of the conference. The report carried with it appropriations for the superannuated ministers. Or. Lewis president j of the general conference discussed the report and explained very cleverly the purpose of the fund and in his speech the noted exe Cutie head of the denomination in the United states urged upon the ministers of the conference the Alvr Long of More information to the people concerning the various interests of the general Church the items of the budgets of the conference. At a previous session of the conference an appropriation of $6,000 was made for the superannuated ministers in the North Carolina methodist protestant conference. The second report rendered was by the trustees of the conference. This body has supervision Over the property of the conference including the presidents parsonage located in Greensboro. One item of the report provoked much discussion and was to authorize the Sale of the Greensboro parsonage for the president and Purchase similar property in or near High Point. Or. T. M. Johnson of Mebane one of the prominent ministers of the conference strongly opposed the proposition in a forceful speech to the audience. Others speaking on the proposal included or. Andrews of High Point College Rev. O. B. Williams of Thomasville Rev. G. R. Brown d. D., of the local Church or. A. G. Dixon conference president revel j. E. Pritchard of Henderson and revel s. W. Taylor of Burlington. The matter was settled by the adoption of an amendment which provided for postponement of the Sale of the property for one year. Much miscellaneous business was transacted during the session. Just preceding the close of the session a Resolution was presented providing for the continuation of a commission to co operate with other denominations in the matter of establishing churches and discontinuing churches in communities where there Are not enough members to maintain two churches of different denominations. After some discussion of the proposition the commission was authorized to continue functioning. Afternoon session a very forceful address on education of ministers was a feature of the afternoon session of the methodist protestant conference now in session at the local Church. The address was made by or. E. Forlines of Westminster md., professor of systematic theology at Westminster theological Seminary preceding the address the committee on Young Peoples work of the conference rendered a report which was adopted authorizing the continuance of the office of Field Secretary of Young Peoples work and also authorized an appropriation of $2,300 for the support of the office and expenses connected with the work among Young people. Part of the afternoon session was devoted to the rendering of reports of committees. The Boundary committee reported making recommendations for a number of changes in the boundaries of some of the pastoral charges. Some of the charges were divided that creating a number of new charges. The committee on pastoral work reported making a number of recommendations which were adopted by the conference. The report exalted the pastor and his work declaring that pastoral visiting was of supreme importance. The Leader and Shepherd of his flock the minister should recognize the place in his life which belongs to ministering to the needs of the sick and the distressed among his Church constituency. The Demeanour of a pastor was stressed in the report and a dignity in keeping with his exalted position should be maintained. The message of the minister was considered an important part of his ministry and to be a soul Winner he must preach a gospel that stirs his own soul As he expects it to stir and move the hearts of his hearers. Or. Murray Speaks Rev. W. A. Murray representing the near East Relief was introduced to the conference at the afternoon session and delivered a forceful address in the interest of the near East Relief work which is being carried on in North Carolina among the churches of All denomination. Rev. Or. Murray discussed the conditions which prevail in the famine stricken areas and stated that there were 35,000 orphans needing attention and food. He appealed to the members of the conference to Aid the organization for the near East Relief in North Carolina by giving publicity to the needs of the Wrork and urging the people to Render All assistance possible for needed Relief for that worthy cause. The committee on evangelism made its report which recommended the continuance of the great and important work of preaching the gospel for the specific purpose of saving the lost and building up the kingdom of god. The pastors were urged to give diligent attention to this phase of the ministers work and use their time and ability to Lead the people into the Light and Liberty of the gospel of christianity. This report was presented by Rev. W. H. Neese chairman of the committee of Randleman who is one of the most powerful preachers and evangelists in the conference. Two other committee reports were made at the afternoon session namely ordinances and methodist protestant Herald. Reaffirm Faith a Resolution was unanimously passed by the conference at today a session reaffirming Faith in the fundamental principles and doctrines formulated by the men of a Century ago. The Resolution As adopted reads As follows a we the ministers and laymen of this the North Carolina annual conference of the methodist protestant Church in annual session assembled desire to go on record As reaffirming our Faith in the fundamental principles of doctrine and polity formulated by our forefathers a Century ago. A we believe that the methodist doctrine which they espoused and the democratic polity which they formulated form an Ideal Eccles tic Lam to which we May hold with answering Devotion. A was we approach the Centennial of our denominational history we Call upon our people throughout the Bounds of our conference to be Loyal to those same principles to assume the responsibilities and enjoy to the full the privileges which Are bestowed upon us in our common heritage. A and we further urge our people As they May have Opportunity to engage in every common Effort for the spiritual Good our Oure Tate in which we May cooperate with the members of other denominations marching shoulder to shoulder with them in the great tasks of the the women of the local Church have been serving the members of the conference dinner and supper in the dining room of the Church each Day since the conference convened and this feature of the conference not afforded the conference at other places in former years has proven a delightful convenience to the ministers and delegates. The meals have been served at a nominal Price and the members of the conference Are greatly indebted to the women for the Ideal arrangement and the Opportunity and convenience afforded. Ordination service the ordination service of the conference will be held at la of clock tomorrow morning and the ordination Sermon will be preached by Rev. A i. Whitaker d. � of the High Point College. Two Young men will be ordained. Rev. Nebular Brittain of Concord and Rev. W. L. Carson of Lexington. These men have completed the three year course in theology which is prescribed by the conference and thus become eligible to ordination As elders in tire methodist protestant Church. Tomorrow afternoon a memorial service will be held in memory of the deceased ministers of the conference and the deceased wives of ministers of the conference. Or. T. H. Lewis of Washington d. President of the general conf i ence will preach the Sermon at the regular session tonight. The final session of the conference will be reached monday morning and that session will be devoted to finishing the business of the conference such As Reading reports and other incidental bus Ness. Big sister is a Good listener and worker in a troubled world ii Elling it to tie world Quot la a favorite pastime but the whole world tells it to the red Cross. For the red Cross is the Only thing big enough to be a Good listener to the troubles of the world. Its services do not Stop at International bound Aries and its Flag la a Symbol known to All the world. Because race Creed or color do not matter the red Cross not Only listens to the wants of a troubled world but does something about them. Not Only does it serve its own people in the United states faithfully and Day after Day. But it is equally welcomed everywhere on the Globe a helping Friend to people everywhere. The Sun never Tele on its work of peace and mercy in 1926 the red Croaa served the people in 61 disasters at Home and on behalf of America. In 9 foreign disasters. Besides its work of disaster relist the red Gross holds As la r 1 a prime responsibility Tho care the service and sex service men an their families supplementing the government in this Field in a Mot effective and vital manner. Man thousands of children and the parents annually learn imports facts about the importance and re Hon of right food to Good heal Many other thousands receive Val Able instruction in the care of sick. In still other Fields the Cross is turning out thousands experts in first Ald methods a in water safety resulting in act saving of life in Many locality every year. Volunteers under i red Cross continue to Render Tai table service in Many lines of fort on not. La the red Cro Roll Call for membership will be from that Day to nor. 26, the i1 port Unity will be extended to eve one to participate to this worlds 1 Mission of service by joining red Cross. A a it s

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