SHELBY, N. C. FRIDAY. MARCH 25. 1982
(Published Monday. Wednesday and Friday Afternoons)
nj Midi. par real, do adraneei - M.Kj
Carrier, per year. (In adcaee., mi
< otlon, spot . __ 7c and np
t oi on Seed, per ton _STO.Ot
Today’s North Carolina Weather
Report: Fair and warm)r tonight.
Saturday incre ising cloudiness prob
ably followed by shower in west.
Beat Sales Tax
Washington. March 2.>.—Seizing
house control from pally leader
an oyerwhelming bi-paithan force
yesterday struck the sales tax from;
the billion dollar revenue bill. It j
was the most spectacular revolt in!
years. Flushed with ihc confidence!
of four previous major vi. tories, the j
belligerent sales <as opponents'
swept the provision oul by a teller!
vote of 223 to 153. Load i beers an.ii
applause from members and the 1
crowded galleries gret led the d? |
cisive action, while a Un it House j
visitor reported President Hoover!
was "quite disappoint! d at the out
come. Representative Robert L.
(Farmer Bob) Donghtcn. of No: ih
Carolina, was the prim rpat Demo
cratic opponent of the sales tax!
measure and his ieadctship had
much to do with its defeat.
Loan Money Is
Now Coming To
Vo Mortgage on Land Required But j
Must Have First On Crop
Cleveland county iarmei. woo up
plied for loans from tne UnUeu
States Department of ngricultme
u ider the seed and i . raizet loan
plan are already recenhiv checKS
according to County Aft ni R. \V
Slioffner. The first cure i.s began to
arrive Saturday pi \ism;„.v tek ar/ j
Monday of this week ai.tt are com
ing in each day .now. The checks
come to the office of the clerk o'
Superior court and are gi-.tu out
Today Agent Shoffne urged that
ail farmers who intend tapply for
loans do so at or.cc and several ex
tra clerical workers are 1 .nv em
ployed to aid in naiiuliyg the loan
applications. - ■
Mortgage No Chilelen.
The application blanks whi n
must be filled out by those seeking
roans lay many vt.fions that
must toe answered, the dJ‘ties cov
ering the size of the lati.ily, t, e
acreage, crops produced last year,
etc. The question about the num
ber of children in the family wor
ried one applicant this week,
“I wapt a loan," ue said, “ar.d
will make a mor< sag ■ for it, torn I
blamed if I mortgage mj children!
to get it.”
No mortgage is- equieo by th *
government on land 01 property,!
out a positive first hen on crops is!
necesVv y. This is th- only security!
asked. The rate of interest is five j
and on. call percent and the loan!
most be paid by November 30. Th ; I
applicant must also agree to cut h:«!
la.,t year's cotton acreage by 35 i
percent have a garden mb put in;
enough acreage for fooo and feed;
for his family and stock. The moil j
e, secured in the loan cannot .be,
used to pay debts or taxes, bj '
must be used to product e. crop. i
Make lm estimation.
There is a penalty for vising the
loan in the wrong manner and se -1
cret investigators are a I • ydy trav-!
elllng out of Washington checking i
up on how farmers art using the!
“Heaven Bound” At
"Heaven Bound,'’ the negro re
ligious pageant which has bevi]
playing to *ull houses in presen
tations In Sheloy, will b* presented
tonight, Friday, a‘ 3 o'clock in the
Lattimore school auditor,uni. It is
iponsored there by the Fastern Star
The regular monthly meeting of
Cleveland lodge 202 A, F. & A. „vJ !
will be held at the temple tonight.
Should salaries of Cleveland
county officers be reduced!
This matter has been d'.s
cussed recently by many cit
izens. The toptr is taken up
on the editorial nage of The
•Star today ano a suggestion
made. Citizens are asked tc
give it their atter,t:en and, 1'
they so desire, earless th.ir
Other features in today )
■—Want td hi’ gains on
pages I and 10.
—Gee McGee on page 2
—Sports on page S
—Question: on page 3.
—Interesting news and ads
on every page
A re Candidates Again
Cline Not Available
Due To Change
Two Present Members of Commis
sion Board Seek’ Le-thction.
Accountant Cannot Itun.
Two of the three members of tut
Cleveland county board of commis
sioners-—George R. LatUmore and
R. L. Weathers—announce today
that they will be candidates agam
in the June primary.
The third merr.bet of the pre'
ent board, A. E Cline, county lc
countant and business manager,
will not be a candidate for com
missioner again dye to the fact
that the last legislature passed a
bill that says a member e' the board
cannot hereafter serve as account
Mr. Cline has been a county
commissioner for appioximately It
years and has served is chairman
for about nine. During the time he
has been in office he worked out
and installed, with the aid of ms
colleagues. the present bu.sine
system used by the court? which
won praise from the state advisory
board and was set up as an exam
ple for other North Carolina court
Both Well Known
Both of the other commissiohev*
are well known throughout the en
tire county. Mr. Weaihe.s was for
several years register :ul deeds be -
fore being elected to the board. Mr
Lattimore was appointed to the
board to fill the place pi the late
Dr. Griff M. Gold and t as served
Tlie two announcement today
make a total of three candidates for
the board, Joe E, Blanton httvia,?
already announced. Rumors have
it that one or two others may
seek a place on the boaid
Mrs. Wilder Dies
At Charlotte Home
Mrs. Sara Dolores Wildr 1. wide v
of Dr. H. M. Wilder, d»ed yesterday
morning in Charlotte. She pa«sec!
away in her penthouse on top o;
the Wilder building where she ha ’,
lived since the death of her hut
band. The ten story V, .a er office
building was erected in the site of
the old Wilder home and on ‘.op
Mrs. Wilder nad a penincr.se erect
ed in which she lived.
She was prominent ii. the ww'
of the Spanish American War Vet
erans organizations, tvt husband
having served as surgeon in tin
Spanish American war with Cob J.
T. Gardner of Shelby, She is picas
antly remembered in Shi by having
visited Cleveland Springs hotel sr.u
Mrs. J. T. Gardner on Kveral oc
New Officers To Be Installed Tu-,
day Nigh* By Mrs.
A public installation of new of
ficers will be st aged 1 near ay nigi t
March 29, by the She by Eastern
Star chapter in che < napler rooms
of the Masonic temple.
The installation ceremo. y will be
conducted by Mrs. Giace K. Ed
wards, of Charlotte, past wortnv
grand matron of the Older Maseru
their wives and relatives , are es
pecially Invited to atteno the cere
Mrs. Mauney To
Seek Office As:
Wife Of Disabled World War Vtt
eran Announces ( ant-'dace For
Mrs. Hugh L, Mauney, well known
young Shelby woman and wife of
a disabled World war '.fleran, to
day announced that she would be
a candidate In the Democratic p.i
mary for the nointnaiicn as coun
One other cauaidate, Mrs. J. C.
Newton, has previously announced
for the office, while Mrs. Mary E
Yarbrough, present treasurer, oas
stated she will not be a candidate
"Mrs. M uney's statement of her
‘•After serious deliberation I have
decided to become a candidate for
the office of county treasurer in
the Democratic primary tc be held
"It is my conviction that the per
son striving for thio of'ice should
possess the qualities necessary to
execute its duties efficiently and in
accordance with its picsent well
ordered system. I finished the busi
ness course given at Oxjoid college
and have had several years exper
ience in office Work, which I feel,
puts me in a position to handle the
work of county trcasuier in a com
petent manner and with si-tisfaction
to all. I enter this lacr upon my
own initiative and without solicita
tions from any one group of peo
ple. “Last fall my husband, Hugh
L. Mauney, sunereu a complete
breakdown In health. Etetug an ex
service man he is now being ac
corded hospitalization at the Vet
erans’ hospital at Oteen where he
has been lor the past live months.
Bis condition is such 'hat there is
no hope of his return within at
least two years. He itceives no
compensation whatever and his per
sonal needs and expenses also other
family responsibilities ail fall on
me without resources. Being a'o'e
and capable to work I do not ask
for charity, but do ask the voters
of Cleveland county, m whose
hands lie the power of selection, for
an opportunity to provide the nec
essary things of life fci those de •
pendent upon me.
“Between now ana cue date of
| the primary I expect to see as many
people of the county as my strength
land limited resources will pernv.
i Fully realizing the ^rea* responsi
bility this office carries I earnest
ly solicit the support of every
Cleveland county voter and pled *r j
myself in Chris tain faitn tc execute;
the affairs of the office hones,y j
and conscientiously and to rrpri 1
jthe great trust placed tr. me.”
In Today’s Star
The Star’s Easier pictorial
appears today, showing some of
the world's famous painting:
hearing on the last days of th*
life of Christ, his nurifixion
and resurrection which is mark
ed by Easter services. It shows
1 Christ's triumphal e.v'.ry into
i Jerusalem, the iast supper, the
women at the tomb. Cl »k»t cur
ing the blind, etc. They repre
sent the productions ot the
i world's most noted artists.
Father Of Two Children, Keeps Cow,
Preaches To Get Belated Education
Hollis Man To Graduate Year from
June. Finished High School
Clifford Crow warned to preach
and he wanted a codegi education.
And the story of how he set about
attaining those desires ard is car
rying on is one of Inspiration in a
day when too many young fellows
fold up at the first hanalcap.
Crow, a tali, lanky farm boy of
the Hollis section, just utross from
Cleveland in Rutherfoid did rot
fully make up his mine tc become
a minister until he married
and the father of one ehild But he
started back to high school. In the
spring of 1930 he graduated ai the
Hollis high school at tie age of 30
years. While attending school he
had kept up nis larm work and
supported his lamlly.
Now he has two children and, as
i he puts-it. "no* a bit. of mobev ' iw
he is in college at Wake Forest and
expects to graduate a year from
Although he has two youngsters
and a wife to support he is man
aging to make ends meet and has
yet to fail to meet a bill when it
fell due. He is 32 now ana will be
34 when he completes his col.ege
To stay in school, he told The
Star while on a visit here this week,
he keeps a cow—a cow that he took
with him and his fain.ly when he
left Hollis for Wake Forest—and
operates an apartment house for
college boys: Taking care of the
rentals of the others pays for or
almost pays for his own rent. The
cow provides a good port ion o! the
food for the determined young
minister and his family. And out tn
the country two or three nr lies frtm
Seeking election a*> Congress
woman-at-Larfc from Texas, to
fill one of the three places created
by the increased population, Mrs.
Ida M. Bardin (above) has but one
plank in her platform—absolute
repeal of the eighteenth amend
ment. Her purpose is to give the
people of Texas a chance to vote
on the prohibition question, which j
she says they have so far been
Mrs. L. Y. Randall
Dies Here And Is
Buried This Morn
Was Daughter Of W. Hogue t win
Sons And Husband Survive
Was 37 Years Ola.
A beautiful funeral sendee »»
held this morning at II o'clock fcr
Mrs. L. Y. Randall at her honv
eight miles south of Slit'Icy, con
ducted by her pastor, Rev. J. N
Randall assisted by Dr, J R. Davis.
Mrs. Randall passed ?v> ay Wed
nesday night at the Sht'by hasp-,
tal where she had been e patient
for the past week. Sne baci undjr
gone a serious'operat ion in Decent
ber at the Chick Springs hospital
near Greenville. S. C. firm Whl-.rn
she never recovered. M s Randall
before marriage was Miss Aman.la
Wray Hogue, second daughter of
Mr. W. J. Hogue and the late M s
Mattie Dover Hogue. She was
3js«rs of age and IS rmrvuco by her
husband, Mr. L. Y. Rare all and
handsome twin sons, William aaJ
DicksOn Randall, "ge sts years, Inr
father, Mr. W. J Hogue and <wa
sisters, Mrs. J. J. Robeits of SI. i
by and Mrs. Oscar Holland of Lurn
Interment was at Bulphi.r Spring
Methodist church where she lu i
been a devoted member sli.ee child
hood. The many and beautiful
floral offerings were curried by!
Misses Kathleen Young, Stella and
Era Randall. Mary Sue Aus'e.t
Catherine Dover and Mrs: Loss
Serving as pail bearers werv
Jessie Lowery, G. L. Saristt, W. C.
and James Hogue Robeits, Haw
Patterson, Fields Young jr.. Jacx
Dover and Knox Hardin
Two Injured Railroad
Men Leave Hospital
C. W. McAlheney. cf Rock Hill;
and L. E. Tucker, of F lacksbui v,
injured in an automoo.it -railway
motor car collision near Moores -
boro Monday afternoon have sc
improved as to be able tc leave th ■
Shelby hospital. Tucket left Wed
nesday and McAlheney jesterda...
Sig Littlejohn, vsteiaa i egro va'1
way employe of BlacksfcVrg, ’ who
had a leg broker in the same no
.cident, remains *h the f ospltal.
The three men, McAil oney being
bridge supervisor of th*1 Souther:,
railway in this .ection were h-rt
when their railway vat and an au
tomobile. driven by a j < ung tin i
by the name of Harris, of hear
Mooresboro, collided cn a cross In..
Local Athletes Star
At College, On Links
(Other Sport' on Page 8)
Virgil Weathers, former Lattimcve
high athlete and all-Southern bas
ketball player, was one o) the iw*>
University of North Ca hna pla.
ers to secure as many as two hna
off Jersey City yesterday Weathers
played half the game at secon
Hal Farris, form:r Shelby star. i.
to catch part of the game for State
college against Jersey City today.
Pete Webb, young Shelby golf
pro, turned in a score of 159 In ti e
opening 36 holes of the Ncrth-Sou..h
tourney at Pinehurst yesterday. He
was five strokes ahead of To:v
Miyamoto." cnamplon oi Japan
whom he tied In 'lie r«i<nt Miami
Taxes April 4;
Must Be Complete By
First Of May
Coven, Holding I p To April |.
Work Begins Mouth I'urlln
Tax listing lor 1932 in Cleveland
county • .will begin pp the first i
Monday in April, tne 4th
Tlie listing of property Is *
month earl,tel this year due t< a:
new state law which requires taat
all property he listed by the first
of May. The lusting will cover piop
erte owned on April 1 Because of
the requirement for listing to be
completed by May 1 all taxpayers
lire urged to see a lister during the
month of April.
the listers for each township as
selected by the county commis
sioners this week were made puo
lic today by A. E. Cline, commis
sion chairman, as follows
No. 1 Township .. . J a McCraw
No. 2 Township_W. C. Hamrick
No. 3 Township .... Ai. tell Bettis
No. 4 Township ... E. L. CampoeH
No. 5 Township M. P Harrelsui
No. 6 Township .... I\ P, Jenks
No. 7 Township K. W McBrayer
No. 8 Township . .. B. P Jenklnn
No. 9 Township ..... Stotgh Beam
No. 10 Township ... . M N Gantt i
No' 11 Township . . A. A Hortoi
Music Finale To
This Evening Is Last of Evening!
Services. Climax Come* To
Revival On Sunday.
The revival meeting which has
been going on at Cent-;1 Method t
church witli the pastor, Dr. E. K
McLarty, doing the p*«.«rhing, will
conclude Sunday when It Is ex
pected that mauv new applicants
for membership will be ro rived in
to the fellowship of the church.
These services have i*tn well at
tended with inspiring and hclpf.d
messages both morning end eve i -
ing. One of the large-t attendances
of the week was on Tuacay even
lng when the Hoey Bible class <i- -!
tended the services in a body.
The service this evening at 7:3f‘1
will conclude the evcn.ng services!
of the revival. On Saturday rnor '
ing at 10 o’clock a special children's
service will be held to which par j
ents and adults will o < invited to!
attend. At this service the ChildrenI
will be received into the membe :
ship of the church.
Sunday morning at J1 o clock D" i
McLarty will use as his sermon j
•'The Life More Abundai v " rh
junior, young people's and adult j
choirs have been confineo for the |
music at this hour. immediately I
following the service members w V
be received into the cl vrch,
Sunday evening at 7.3C the adud
choir will present "The On cifixica'
by Stainer. Tills work Is a Medita
tion on the Sacred Tassion of tire
Holy Redeemer. This music is vf
unusual beauty with both
and male choruses lnterspersad
with chorales. The solo parts will
be sung by Mr. Clyde Blown a,id
Mr. Dale Kalter. The public Is
cordially invited to stund this
service of music.
Mr. anti Mrs. Harry Calloway arc!
daughter, Harriett jf / ijunta, Gs
are spending today wUi Mr and
Mrs. Hill Hudson on Wtst MariCu
For 120 Hours Now
At i o'clock this atiernoon
Mrs. Sarah Emery, injured ir
an automobile mishaps Sunday
afternoon, had been i t an un
conscious state foi llCU hour*
Surgeons at the Shelty hospi
tal said that theie had been
little, if any, change in her
condition since being brought
Mrs. Emery was injured when
she ran into the road, tn high
way U near the Cleveland and
South Carolina line, to catch
her little daughter ahe ran
out In front of a parsing car.
In her dash to catch (lit child
she ran into the side of fhr rar. .
The driver of the car a Gaff
ney marine. wa« .ifteld Main*
Glad Tidings for Speaker
T1'°,uKh J»*‘ violated Sneaker John N. Gamer'* taboo on
.politics, William Gibbs McAdoo (left), former Secretary of the Treas
ury. seems highly pleased at being the bearer of good new* to the
popular Texan. McAdoo told the Speaker that sentiment was strong
for him in the West and, despite the fact that he has steadfastly re
fused to declare, himself a Presidential candidate. California will send
(4 Garner delegates to the Democratic convention at Chicago Mc
Adoo just completed an extensive tour of the western States, flvimr
in his privrte plane.
Cleveland Leads State In Cotton
Production Again; Robeson Second
In producing B4,57>> hairs in
• hr 1931-32 crop Cleveland
county again leads all other
North Carolina counties In cot
Robeson came Second with
47,047 bales. 17,531 hales be
hind Cleveland. Johnston coun
ty was third with 37,100 bales
or 27,415 hairs I*** than Clevt
Kutherford was the large.; |
producer of counties neighbor
in( Cleveland, the crop there
totalling 21,89$ bales. Lincoln 1
was a close second with 21,5.'!'!
hales. Catawba made 16,523 and
Can yo« answer 14 of these test
question*? Turn to page 2 for the
1. What great theater lire occur
red in Chicago?
2. What proportion of an iceberg
1* above water?
3. During the administration of
what President of the U 8. did the
war with Spain occur?
4. What official represents the
king in the government of the Do
minion of Canada?
5. To what family do lions belong?
6. Has A1 Capone any children?
7. Wfhat term is used for a person
whose mental development is below
8. What is the plural of noise?
8. Name the associate justice ot
the Supreme court of the U 8. who
succeeded Justice Oliver Wendell
10. Who was the magician at the
court of King Arthur?
11. Where Is the Republic ot Li
12. In what year was Hailey's
comet last seen?
13. Where Is “Tin Pan Alley?"
14. In what city does Cieorge Ber
nard Shaw live?
15 Who was J. E B. Stuart?
16. What is the meaning of the
phrase, ‘Mortale non opto?"
17. Which is correct, “pant leg"
or “pants leg?”
18. Who is president oi Leland
19. What religious body settled in
20 What is the capital oi Syria?
Mauney Child Has
Leg Broken When He
Mounts Wood Wagon
Jumping un a wagon <> ad of core
wood as the wagon raotrd into the
yard of hu gnmatathe’’? home neai
Cleveland Springs cam--.* Ralpn
Mauney, Jr., to fal* ur • : the wheel
which ran over hit, teg and broke
his leg bene ju.' beiow the hip. rh?
accident happened a! h.iO o'clock
Thursday afternoon. The Mauney
child Ls five yearn old an i met In,
grandfather, Rodney Mum.cy, whr
was driving the wt <>d wig n in the
front yard to get u it nil In riding
a short distance hi Lh< -a agon. Hl.
foot slipped from -he b'ake beam,
h'-wd.n him under-the wheel. He
was rfished to the ho-pltai for
Piece Of Roofing
From Greer Here
This Is another of those
freak yarns about the tornado
that swept (he South early
While the wind was at its
‘ highest here, Clifton Davis,
who livaa lour miles south ol
Shelby, heard tin rattle down
in his yard. The next morn
ing he found in the yard a
long strip of corrugated moot
ing on which was stamped tne
name of a Greer, S. C. dealer
It came into his yard with
the wind because Mr, Daijs
heard it, but whether It was
blown aii the way here from
Greer, or how iar it was
blown, he does not know.
Rutherford Highway Worker Killed
When Hit By Charlotte Man’s Car
Highway Worker Fatally Hurt While
Pouring Tar On C himney
I Rutherforciton, March 2- —Horace
Camp. 38, Is dead and F R. Stroup,
prominent young Cha.love contrac
tor is being held here as a result of
an accident this morning at 11.3C
o'clock on the Chimney Rock road
three miles west of Rudvcrfcidtoii
Camp has been a»* employee of tne
state highway comm-sui. for nw; ■
than 10 ye., is. He w t» pouring hot
tar in cracks on the co* Crete and
was between the kettle of hot tar
and the truck wnen Stroup round'*.'
a curve in a large sedan end struck
the kettle head on.
Camp was crushed by the impact
of the heavy car against the kettle
and truck and died at the Ruther
ford hcepita' at 3 o'clock His lea
was broken and rt was injured in
iprnally. Stroup stated that he was
">>’» so mites oer hour when be
.-aw the keltic and nut*. He said
:he was ‘‘free-wheeling" ana blames
ilmt mostly for the acoCtht St.oup
■had arranged *5.000 oall before
jCamp died and will likuy arrange
| further bail tonight,
i Camp’s face and his boay to ids
| waist was literally cooked with hot
itar. His hair wa.- burne; oil and hr
,eyes were injured. rile front of
i Stroup's car was covered with h„i
jtar. Camp w-as the only man injur
| The deceased - Is survived by his
wife and three small daughters, his
mother, Mrs. nou Camp, Gilkey;
four brothers, Leste: Lee and Berry
Camp, of this countv, and Charges,
of South Carolina, and three sist'rs.
Mrs H P Fleming .and V.’ss LUilir.
Camp, of Gilkey, and Mis. W. A
Stens, of Rock H'lis S. C
Funeral arrangements have not
been made. Camp war a member c.
Mountain Creek Baptist clurch He
was a well known and highly re
G. 0. P. Here To
For Jonas Place
County Native May Be
Jonas Appointment Rejected By 0,
S. Senate. Second Hoover
Man To Lose
The KfpablU'un* of CltnluM
county at their contention hen
on April 1 are expected to ea
rtnnie a native Clevelandlte for
the appointment M district at
torney of the Western North
Carolina federal court district.
County Republicans not only plan
to endorse Fred M. Hamrick:, ot
Rutherford ton, it. was t itrned to
[lay. but tliey are conllcent that, he
will be appointed by President Hoo
Charles A. Jonas, termer con
gressman and for a vtat district
attorney under a recess appoint
ment by "president Hoover was
Wednesday refused confirmation bj
the United States senate and by
Thursday morning Republican lead
ers over the state weie predtct.ng
that the Rutherfordton man woul
be appointed and continued.
The prospective fedoa’ court
prosecutor is well connected here He
Is a native of Bolling Springs and
n brother of Deputy Marshall r. B
Hamrick, secretary of the Cleve
land county Republican executive
committee. He is atso a termer -aw
partner of Postmaster J. H Quinn
and a close friend o 1 It Clay Cox.
In an Interview with The Char
lotte Ohserver Wednesday night he
announced he is a candidate for the
office of district attorney of west
ern North Carolina to succeed
Charles A Jonas of t.inalnton who
was refuesd confirmation by the
Mr. Hamrick was a loyal sup
porter of Mr. Jonas, and, until the
Llncolnton man was filially aryl
definitely rejected, he mat. not la
the race for appointment
Mr. Jonas was acting as proaecu
• CONTlNI-r.O Off PAGE TEN i
Great Number Uniting At Each
Service. Group Meetings To
night At 7:15.
The revival services, which have
been going on at the Fast Bapt'st
church during the week, have been
drawing crowds and ore gaining In
interest with each service.
On last night. Dr. Zeno Wt 1
spoke on "Face To Face Wth
Jesus.’’ At the close ol the service,
a large number came lorward to
confess Christ and unite with the
church, while a great number cams
forward to unite by letter
Two large chorus choirs a.e
heard at each service The speccti
musical feature last night was a
male quartet, ‘Shall l Crucify Hv
Savior?” Mr. Easom la featuring
the old gospel hymns in the song
service which precedes the mes
mis evening at 7:ii> o clock, the
five group meetings wil1 be betl
The men meet In the N* wton Bib.e
class room; the women lr Mrs. Rob
erts’ class room; tha oltcers and
teachers of both junior departments
In Mrs. Doggett’s class room; botn
Intermediate departments In the
assembly room of fntertndlate B,
and all juniors in the church audi
torium. The regular preaching
service will be held at 7.46 o’clocn
There will be no sei vice on Satu:«
Sunday will be a hil' day at the
I church. The day wil’ opwi with the
| Sunday school at 9:30 %«.<lock. Ihe
| leaders say that they confident.'
[expect one thousand in attendance
! Sunday ■ morning.
At 11 o'clock and at 7:30 o'clock
| Dr. Wall will bring storing sout
, winning messages.
The B. Y. P. Us wil1 meet a*
6:45 o'clock. These eighteen train
ing units urge every men ber to be
Mr. Easom announce.1 splendid
musical programs for all serviset
of the day. At 11 o’clock the fol
lowing special Easter music will
rendered: Anthem--'Come See tfc«
Place Where Jesus Lay. by Re»d
and a double mixed quartet—"Th
Resurrection." by Shf’’ey lh«
public Is invited to all sendees of