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THE LOCAL NEWS
An Idependent Weekly.
BREVARD, N. C. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1923
THE LIGHT REVEALING LIGHT
Seeing Light in God's Light
By ("HAS. ('. SMITH
The trl for this week's sermon
is the latter part of the Oth verse of
the otUh Psalm: "In thy light we shall
see light." Men have ever sought
for light, and still seek it. That is ;i:
the purpose of all seienei to tin.!
light on the various hranehes of their
studios. Put science fails to give the
.urea! liuht that man's soul yearns for
ami for which it gropes. Blind Mil
ton prayed. "Wliat is dark in me il
lunuiie," Tile psalmist- long ago
found tl:e secret of true light: "In
thv lisht shall wa
true blaba comes from Cod.
We want, and need, light on the
great mvst cries of life. We want.
d nee.!, light on life's duties. We 1
wan:, and need, light on God's pro
vicner--. for the inevitable "why"
come-' up when the unusual enter?
into our experience. In God's light
we may have liuht on all of these.
I. WHAT IS GOD'S LIGHT?
Fir.-;, there is Jesus Christ, of whom
it i- .-aid. "That was t!. true light
that kahteth every man thai cometh
into t!ie world." Com Few Wallace
wa- urged hy his fellow agnostic.
Robert lmver.-ol!, to write a book to
prove that Jr;;- ( hr:.-t -ever lived. !
He di ei ied to U n . i e rt a k e the task.
1 ' Lio'.vniL,' apmo trees ins imovvn
lion into the records and into lI:nu,Vr( son bushels of fine peaches
litcrtitur,. of that time. One night, i f n,ni ,.,.,,.,) r:e s,a.M ;,d
after haw-g wtaten four chapters in f(,u,,(1 ., r,,M,v :-;ar;;el for them in
his book he came to the conclusion I Hv,vU.r,,..I.viill.. .. Hon i.-r onvilk
that :t wa- certain that the man Jo:
sus did actually li'.'e on til,, earth j
at the tinu- that the Bible said. He ' '. il. (i roe an. Jr.. organized a
'he:: becam.e convinced that Jesus : r, ... y. ) V. famp at East Marion,
wa- a:-o the divine Soa of God. X '.. on m.ght of March 7 witli
!e "'an a ja'ii! a Uini' n-.vi-.-t ic.i 1
TlvTe same then into hi- heart the :
cm i.-ti'M; that he was the Saviour
C IT .1.
"i .-;:.!: i -. lie men ocean:'' con
vie: e! of his own !o.-t . omiition. and
Iv fell upon hi..- knees and received
; r-. aa
i : tail's to wnoi'e h ; - wi;o was
am! v.okc her id an-.! told
'.( S ol
a'va'ien. for sh
was ; . !
i ai .e t T.t l-i :aa ve
!::.-, then wrote that v
1 .-n. wai
1 . 1 a
ir. a Ta!e of Fa- ' lis
' IP , a - a- I
'FleM the Fb'dl
f Go !'.-
" ! 1: v v. or i - a. la 'e p unto m .
iisht uat" iny pathway." It
a : ! '.
liiat mah in tla
la--ate. was a anpi; a-ur. warn
t'rity years spread the po-;a-l in
: throuerh Semtheiai Italv. In ! ,
olio aa-,- w .-
aia. .. . . i . , . , ,.
a j,,. mi,
a ! r ; :.: a a d . who : aid. "A. i:
you. You a iv '-he fellow
j about corrupt iusr the
people with you pestilent. !
.. 1 I 1 ..
... i a o : ; jiee-i:-iu oe,or..-. i .o.i
mw, ami 1 am eoimr. urs; i an, to i
, , , . .
ii'jai vour nooks, tnen l am erotasr to i
a., a vou. He kindled a are, ami
ii- i i
a, a a a-Ktsi mm. ur.-i r.. ie. mm i i-a
la..; some of the thimm that la- book-; ,
, . , . . . i
, . , ,
tta a... ones. 1 lie ou.law -a.i.
"That i- fair, and if there is nothitia
baa Wi thorn I'll rot burn them." So
. . . . l . . f . . , t i
..il.l a '. .-(.s. II. .'in .'i
ttv ''o.-aels, and iindima no objection
to that lie had him lay thai. aside.
Thus all of the books were "'one
tiuoueh, and not a tliiau' was foua 1
to which the bri.-.rand obj,- ted, so lie-
nared him and let him em. Next
da' while Fictita wars in a- village
m ar to the place where he was la id
ip, and was trying to sell his books,
ia- wa- surrounded by an antrry
crowd which was about to stone him.
Ai that moment one came running,
am! cried. "Hold! St-.p it! That
man's hooks ai. all riaht. I've read
theri! and know." He then told of
the va'ue of the books. The man
wa-. converted, and it is said that he
i: now a Christian worke r anions t'nt.
Its. bans in America. In the lipht of
God's word he saw- the "treat liirht.
Then the Holy Spirit is God's
lieht. No one can walk in the ful
ness of th0 Holy Spirit without hav
ine' the lierht in which he shall see
II. CONSIDER THE LGHT THAT
IS SHOWN BY GOD'S LIGHT. 1.
Light is shed on life's great mys
teries. Think of three of these.
First, there is sin. In God's light
sin is shown a? a way to reveael the
abounding grace of God. (iod's light
shows the awfulness of sin. and its
damning power. Wdthout God's light
one is left baffled and broken in the
presence of sin.
Second, there is soirow. Why
DR. BOWN SETS APPLE
ORCHARD NEAR BREVARD
Dr. J. S. Frown, who has thorough
ly demonstrated to himself that apple
growing is profitable, is preparing to
go into the business heavier than
ever and in addition to plantaing a
thousand more trees in his Henedrson
county orchard has purchased 800
acres of the See Oil property on the
Caesar's Head road out of Brevard
ind has six men regularly employed
in the immediate task of setting out
1.000 apple trees vAth the vi' v of in
creasing it to '-mOOO trees.
Dr. Brown came into possession of
this piece of property on the moun
tain ton of scenic fame last year.
Tw hundred acres- are in cultivation.
Pome Beauty. Golden Delicious and
Stayman's winesap trees will be
In order to have a source of rove
nue during the intervening years be
fore the trees begin to bear fruit, soy
beans and corn and other crops will
Dr. Frown is jilantin.tr 1,000 trees
in his Henderson county orchard
from which he gathered about a
thousand bu-hcls of apples during
the pa-t vear, the crop previous to
that having been a little larger, 1 .300
I The poach trees, which made a
jquisK money crop wmic trie apple
! trees were crow i n l', a i. now on the
, -n, ... . ,. ;n a, .am
. i . . i 1 1 : i iii. v ljvv.- ..iii . 1 . . i . i
be rem .v. d to make room for the
;, ..,,,,;, ,
sorrow? ' What i- its meaning. Onlv
P .1,1 .
-ics one to .- e irent
'.hero. ia the !i-ht of Go F- w.,s !
v. e !..;;;. tha. i; is to -ofu-n u-. to
purify a . an : draw e;tr. r
to Cod. Wif ,.'it Go P, light on- is
h f i to ' !'op.. i : the iia rkae- - '. he::
- s rro w . o an. -.
Th.l d. tkel'e . - ;::! l i i . ;-
U is i-v.-'i a; bo.-t "ii i :' :i. ? hu
i . u ;
lit. . F
u ; :
1 e .:ce
'. 1 ..'."at i -l;e-l at .- data-.
What -aail I a.-'l" la C.d.'. llaht we
.,;,!.,.;,.,. IV.. :,!,. ...-;,!,
e are mai
at to ,".o r.a
j d. Fash' is shed on
I nonces. tMtea do w,.- a.-K. e- av
Mo., lie eel me i . i a- . . )i is.
: i IT l : ... . '. : ' . . '. ' I. . .
a; i it.. ,, ;t iM, -..
H .! SV.M.
v..,." ;,.i-,w..-.- o.- ,-,, i iw
reavement and ttdversitv cast their ;
, , ,
sari; .-bai'tows ov. our -atitv.aiv.
Goa s !var.t enables em to sav:
i mar from -d pale.
I eat-, know 1 e;
: ni t
Beyond His love and care
III. LEA FX THREE LESSONS.
Pir.-t. We need not expect to see j
in thas da.ri: pla.ee- wit'nout the lieiit I tional story to the infect that Kache!
of God. Whim we so into a dark ; Hoesed was kidnapped by the ( here
room, we have to turn on the lied;", j kee Indian- and vva held by them a
current before we can see. So number of year-;. After continued
mysteries will remain mysteries, ve and earnest search, no clue eouhi be
will still .-tumble, .urotdn."' in the ! found to her destiny. The kr.a! con
way, and God:- providences will re j census of opinion w as that lie war
mum inscrutable, unless we turn the ' murdered. Ther,. was a latent feel
liifht of (iod's word, on them. The ' inr that iin.aered in a mother's love
Bible must be ratal, studied, known t that seemed to sav: Rachel some
and applied if we would have li.arht.
Second, the word is a jireat safe
e:u;ird aetiinst error, and keeps us
from making v.-rone; di .-i.-ior.s. Perry.
on one of his Artie expeditions, frot
on "treat floes of ice, and on them he
and his party pu-hed with all of their
mi.trht toward the north. By his in
strumtmts lie ascertained that tlie ice
floes drifted south faster than he and
tus mt avenep norm, so at tne
I cml a (la7 hard marching thc-y
were tour nines xartner away irom
the pole than when they started in
the mornine;. Without the great
chart of the Word of God we will
drift farther ami farther from our
desired destination, but uifder its
guidance an under the illumination
r,f ih.. Hnl,. cm;rat ,w. -mil m, m.v-o m
the right way.
Third, the Holy Spirit leads into
light, and causes it to shine exactly
where it is needed. Hence, our at
tituds toward Him should be that of
yieldedness. Be willing to follow
where that great light leads. "In
tny light shall we see light.
J. M. HAMLIN
Since speakinrr of the pripriety of
continuing the old method of spelling
Saxon and Indian names used to
designate place's of modern days, it
was- stated in a recent issue of the !
Asheville Citizen that the people of
Ashboro ! avo decided to restore the
e) a.nd make the mime of their
town hereafter (Asheboroh This is
a nleasiny coincidence. Others. it
set r,is are thinking of voilence done
tlie one tiiey wished to honor. Vhilt.
in modern days a sh sped! ash, a few
hundred years airo such spelling
would have remanded the student to j
the foot of the bee. Likewise the
eontestants siellinir E a s t a t o e,
T o x a w a y would miss the prize, j
As ionir as Oxford shall print the j
Authorized Version of the Bible,
doubtless (u) will be. found in
(labour), (honour), etc. Webster's
Bun- Back tauirht this scribe thus to
spell Orthoirmphis rules. as wo
men's dres-e, have changed. Fan j
U-ua-e is common property and sub
jec to mutations and must be used
;'.nordim.r to prescribed rule.-. Pro i
per name's ai. private property and j
no one has a ri.trht to enter the castle ,
with intent to deposit by adding to
or ta!;in.u' from. ;
It iho preservation i the natal .
,. ,.t M l,... i: 1.. :. t. '
uui:i v 1 Ai'i.ui.uii i . i o i ui n i t e i i o .-
a i-aemorial of personal worth and '
to tea.ch. that
ate from the humhiest sources, the
do- iun would be foiled were the cabin I
n modeled into a more impo.-dr.t.' ,
-truCurc. But that would be tnm
-r at or tie--jai-s aaain-t him than to '
eliminat,. the 1) in his r.ame with
ou: injury to the enunciation. T!
one would b.- as a! h-ct io :a!!e as ti
oth-!-. If ti;;.- aiauaa at i- appiicald.-
euua.iv Ul-t t
a. pj;!' it to the few In
to o".i' ear -. 1 co aa iaeiina.t.on on
t!.,. art of local writes- 'o !'( nd til.
last two . ;-. liable- ..f ! ' a",
sp' 'liav ! t: -m it " e Ea ta'.ee.
d a ; - i - ;. ; ra'.s-' y b'-tii upon tie aa am
and i!. t I'isi':,:: of ;i.e foe'. 'i'a -hum
1 i la ! in:; . a : hardly he : ec--p: . d
af: r !'( o ally v.. t lie ecd oS.
--e- of o a. !' a ho i'c : ; ,a 1 n e i s ki o r -.
ila tatoee -hc'llld he nccosaii d lt
ris!.;fi:i m"ae a- much as Tii;ne--ee.
'T; S-d-.e... l l'S-aheo. hee. oma-t' e.
-ti e. :
Blah. : . a;
aa a. aei 1
"i' c a. (d
! Catawba. Salu'a.
a . ' ha t : ., i ;ooL-a .
i . . -i- . ; .
it-iii'y i- naaa'.-l ii.-raaps toreVer !;.
iho a-'ie-- at'ix ( v bv heap.:' sii-re
'vpeil in t'ue
hives ; '
"o way to r, -ti
tare t am t aam!.
,., , t , f , . ,
h-fokei's for their peaceful attitu.i
iward the iir.-t -ettler- of out' county
t!ii- bi-L of information has been
picked up and ii. ay .-a; ve. if cor.tirni
id. to modify our eratitude and ex
ei.'.-" f r iaie-1 -ss Um- of rna.a-; of
I Mrs. H. C. Cilla-j.ie avers that it:
he r .airlhood d.ys there was a tia ii i
day will return." and so sure was
the mother of the correctness of the
presentim. nt that she always, when
I weavnin dre-s iroods for the
pirls at home, included a pattern far
Ivacho!, which was ktiel away to
await the expected return.
Sure ei-.ou-"Ii to th(. ec.-tacy of the
mother and to the joyous surprise of
j ,.n oth(rs Pache!. after an absence
of ,evcn years. in company with an
( unknown captive boy, made jvood
ii,,,;,. .,,,, ,lbl ,-tiim
Le-t us know mor(. about this.
J. M. HAMLIN
! --uiuit attendance
I A 1 1 . , , I
Junior attendance .
Adit books taken .
Junior books taktM1
Macrazines taken 6
' New books Purthascd
I Books given
j MRS. J. WT. SMITH, Librarian
PAF iCi C., March 1 '.I.
i'he i' a!a on of ! he (general
Asemi. . o ':! linishi d it- labor,
at 1 o'c c!; a t. Tu".-day, althou-v
the hand, ot clock pointed to the
hoiy of noon as. the gavels wielded
by the Lieutenant Gove
Speaker of the Ilou-e fell for tie
last time afteu- havinsr been in motion
durin.s;' Od eventful days. By nieht
fall only a "spatterine." of the mem
bors were ia evidence around the
hotel:- and the-e weiy. waiti.::;' for the
first trains headed toward "Sally
and the kids."
The General As-emb'.v iu t ad
journed placed 1!!),") new laws on the
statute books and refused to pass
moi. than 700 bills that were propos
od by various members. All told.
lSIlt! bills were presented. Manv of
these (tied in committees and a bier
lot of the remained, which failed of
adoption, were either tabled or left
on the calendars. The major bills
passed ha ve been thusly enumerated :
Highway bond issue, providing an
additional fund of $15,000,000 for
the' continuance of the presemt road
build inu.' u'oarani, and the levy of an
additional 2 cent ea-olir.o tix. ( The
present tax on ra.--oline for road pur
poses is three eer.ts.)
Permanen: iinproven-.ei'.t in.m!
1 i01' taa- in-; it ut mm- ami tlie i
romoh.thm of w.n-'r eo-
- . - ..... . . . .. . ,
totaiin- $ 1 0d')t'.7.50O. '
Aid id!! appropriatimc
:hK)0 per year to be matched iy
the counties for aid to worthy
mothers deprived of tl',- supr.ort of
P'li e-atbiishinsr a b-.ra-.-.-.i for C,
' "f i:i t'o Ik partaa n of Labor am!
i i in . : ii a w r a a vi e-,v t i.etei
th.e in--: mean- of liftin"' thes,. unfor
' i . so;, a- : - !f sua;, a" da .
: r. e
a:es: amour.4 of h
v-ae !;-.. ,p;
oiio a, 1 1 , , .
V: ' . : i : f
as -ei:t. .:.'.',
e . . j, ,
; ;er toai
' s, e ' r
I , , , ;
u ' a- '
: io n ran carrymv; a
a for th- siamtea ia e
t I ' . e ! : ; a
a. to ai l
m . o.
r -'. euu,
d'r arm '
r.i.. A.-t c
on aa o a : -. ; . , : . t I : ,
.Pan-. -. ( ) " e except am i ; in.: '
! sp, ,-it'a any - '-a nipt- from taxaaoa
i .-lock- ''aid by opiselis ;;i ;,.;. I a i ;
i piaa; a-a -;. i i a . of the mot , :
ibiea- tiaiu.- of tin- .---na; wa- was- ! 1 i
over tin - a "(o : , -a ; : oa . but i: a -. ap ;
proved bv a. close vote. 1 -
Marhim rv Act. nrovr
i the vi.Ki iti'-ti of all propiu-t v uaa.-r
the direction, of the county cem.mi.-
s'oaers and streti'rthenir.i: :!m po r
of the S at.- Revenue Cn:n is ion
in order to maintain a uuiformit'-
values be tW"on the c'"U!r. ies.
The sTem-sa! school bill ps.e.adiua
for th(. reoeal of ilv mamiamus to
compi! tta F-y ot tax. a. and t'.-sutr
ine; th. county boardis of education
to sit jointly witli the county com nits
sioners in preiarinp: the county
school liud.'i t Power -af the hoard
to contract debt is limited to the
amount of the budget.
Bill providing for the state wade
era. beat ion af ti.-ks bv the counties
with Suite and Federal aid. This
provoked ;i big f'urht as u.-tiak
Solicitor': salary bill, placing the
solicitors of the State on a salary of
$-1,500 annually, with an expense
aUowtince not to exceed $750. This
bill to become effective October 1.
The Bowie Bill, best known as the
"Lost Provinces" railroad bill,
pledging the credit of the State not
to exceed 810,000,000 for building
a railroad across the Blue Ridge
Mountains into Alleghany and Ashe
countiees. This measure hail ex
ceedingly hard sledding, but Bowie's
eloquence "put it over."
Raising the age of consent from
fourteen to sixteen is provided in a
bill which passed after a spirited
A bill abolishing the criminal
insane department of the State pri
son, and a sanatorium for the treat
ment of tubccular patients.
MRS. V. C. MOORE DIES
Mrs. V. : ''
ife March : : '.
Slie wae S ft ' r '.' ':' of a
Her maid'-u aa'i.e ,va . Fiini''e Wli
mi re. W hen nu: .t.ir . ' a i a
to love the i " ' Je m ' "is' d and
joined tie- i .i t j ' - . ' , a i ! ; . i .
'.Tea! sphere '.: '"
'.a "!! :
mai'l; years ajo: il ! ca.ii .eiei in.,
child r. n to bo i n: i li:r- n ' ci ' i.ea
and to fear ami reveiane Col. 1
shall think mine a -n-::t work in life."
To serve tho-'e v, liom she io'ed
'.'.'as h.er J.'le;;te t joy.
In the ('oath of thi- ei.-. ;h.- poo
pie of tin- community h . . a rood
neighbor, t'ne church a wort-iy mem
her and her family a beautiful in
fluence. A 1-u l and, three oaa.':
ters, four sons, and nine arami
children are left to mourn t'n- !os-.
One son passed to the other world
eleven years aero.
Her l:ody was ! ;., r, a
Glazener Cemetery. Funeral per
vies were conduete ' at th,. v-m'.ot.. ;.
by la-tor (due. C. Smith of Brevard.
A lar.ue concourse of friends and re!
atives of the deceased attended the
LAYMAN'S CLUB DISCUSSES
"BIG BROTHER" WORK.
Tile feature of the Li
iv man s
mi'eti'a" last Sundav afternoon was ;.
'" ' " -" v '"- :
on s'uhicets oi ; . a : rt ".e
!lt Ml Con tlect i.. a with 1 be 'llibV I
mans in pushnrj." the t. M. ( . A.
, , . ,
mo -men: ami 'a::in:r un v.na.t. i
il" B I'o" her" work
o. that ha- eaim- I
'."Seat liea.dway m t ie
and eit a -a
t ( ' W ! 1
niks bv Ti. -. H. Sal;,
fu! aaa ea.-.a raa'lne- t . t ia- -luh.
After tin- is-e-u a; r luee'inf a i;u r
! s of -he elal. a -aa!)' a: vi i th
cou: t -,- .lad w ia r aei :.:rs fe th
a - in
il.- .'"' ot 1
. - :--a"sic,- w:
- f. -,- i --
a '.' : - : a n
. e : a u . a -:'l
v . . i
N- a; Suraiav'
to !-.- ea'.a. a to
s a. t - o a : '.'' : :
y. '.vaa-h a r y
Ft - ikaalaa" v.,
'.11! ia !. nee;,-
It i spia... d
,i.rk ' in no
O 'he Y. M.
, . an. is1 in- e'aa i'
,. -'..' -i v db it and
maps i -.inet:oii.- t
. a.ea.b'-s 'nip
a-ach ' of
fas d M. C.
: Have ou -ver rivei . !r h- w ilibb
h-'itory is perva d d l-,- relifioa sim.
iaa? From til., ti.m- tin- na-'-at'e
! . ioa of the ia- it aar'ame -aap-r
! t!i.- Famb wlaae loita heard as it
; were the vo. -s of a e-'i-at taaiiitule.
' .;i:,! a- tile vo .. . s.aay v ap.v . ;.::
j .-is t!;e voice of maahpv thunder; naa ;
t saymjr. AntHi'
; omnipot -.;; r.d
1 -ma lo'is i'.lu
for ths Lord Ceo i
tad The Bible I
,. i -., -I '
' Aaaia " and aaaia the area:.' wish-'
! ness of de'.ad.e! ia ual. or ry '.edilesree
o rpe.Uiu-'.ory of p. tty tribes and
,f petty war-a b,o--oni-' ou into aa
; ..ni of siav: and the hlah
j !)ea.uty wave over the refrehing foua
tain of the song- of Miriam of Da
' bo rah. of David'.- air"- nvr Sa
af He.ekiah's thanksgivini. -. How
; many millions through all the -e avm r
! ations have laid their parched lips at
j the sweet watir- of th. i : in ;::i
I how often those w'n0 drau'., became
in turn living fountains to b:e-.- an-'
comfort succai 'iii-g generations. Can
w-a maesure the extent of sacred.
song. Can we substitute something
that will nut the - n-M raaat lea iu Fa
same .receptive mood and prepare the
way for the real servit and worship?
Let us give more thought to the valut
of religious singing.
A communii ysinging convention
is what we need for the upbuilding
of the cause of sacred song. Many
But the Kit Kitix Klan is ur.mo!
ested by legislation and another
"open sea. on'' is before it.
1 M. I'i.i.e, son of Samuel and
l is ' a- born 1- -..-I :: .
' (,I ( t'o ..
nnme.'i-.te vic;n!t v u, hi-- ii i . ia
youn-x ma'iheo.i and by hi- a;. plica
lion made sullicier,: ad'.'.a .- n.
!:so in F- 7 1 o he a M en de, the jn,.
dieal eolh-eo at I o u i.-vi lie, Ky.. an-i
!! d.uim- !n-. studies !.,. a
'! 'Ir- M, :i : 1 I'ni'i of A'!;...-:!,
Cs., t ! o'r which h e're ousted aao r,.
eeiv.-d his diploma in 1 7 s. , j, ,
!o. :::! r-rae- j, lo- ; -, r.. f , . . .: ', . ,
Id 'ken- county. S. uati! W2. J'
durine- thi-- p. riod th,. uritei be
came per-onally ;:eoiiair,ted with l'r.
Kins and his n-t wife. wito raaid. (;
name was Mi-- F--io Aroiio-o: an
attractive, cone-.-niai. ( 'hrist i;,n ia :
of Piclc n -. S. ' . .
Havine' mari'i.d Mi-s Amler-ot.. s..-I'em.s.-
d (,, F-. va- !. v.dv -, ,,. , ,.
tied his profes.nm. T this tr, U)ur
riaeo uninii was horn an only son,
V O. K. Ki ,,ir or - . t-t .
man, whoa, moth;-'- (iied about i5
In Ma". : oj !
narrmd Mi-- ( 'oi dia Jedlv of MA.-o
to :ai liaiipy umoa
two eaim'e "S. ( :::;: a" !
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e 1. 1 yai'
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h-- wa- a hi-.rh to;- .i
man. He wa- a aa i
and dec i - a . po.- - - i ia
fruaal haha-a a" of v.K
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Stoia.-s and W'"
neat!; ;i m
f beautiful t'owa i
.a d 1 a ' ' e a - ia e
. may w e comm. r.
may a eai
r.'.i. the ae.-aa:
f our I F a ecmy r : t k .-r.'.i'.
- lieij.liaf to ';..!, up tim c;.u-e ana
-a an are :o-n-.r m thing but staadira
b ica am ! 'o. ia.v e ... If you a-a
budt of the r "h. him: of tutf. ia.'lp
us to put o" foot th (Oiiv.-ntion. Y e
can im; underst i-td wh.y the minister.-
pay so little attention to the mu;c
of their church. A nmre or F--
thorough knowb.-d-re of music will
give the ministers aaa-aler comma- -I
over his congregatio ;uid will gi' e
1dm a better hold .on his young p-ao
ple and secure their loyal snppts",
for th.e young pe-. !e do mo.-t of the
singing in the church. Tile singlaa
! is a very vital pa.ri of the eluuvb
work and wo can not see why ii
. would not be to the best interest of
' every minister to. help to build up the
good cause and get singing on a
; higher plane. Next Sunday at t he
i Zion Baptist church, Rosman. the con
vim dei will be organized. So all
who want to join, for the bettenm ::'.
of the singing in his community come
along. We give special invitaton to
all singers to me-et with us at 2:d0
first Sundav evening.
Yours, in song.
E. D. RANDOLIIP