\ 'iKeep Up With the Timet
v. VOL. I. NO. 18
Rev. Rr. Brewer
"Rev. J. E. Brewer, pastor of St. ,
Matthews Church, conducted Com|
'miiulon service, baptism and preached
I a very eojoynble Easter sermon. Sunj
} day, April 5.
I ?i-, ' Resurrection Love Lessons.
"And when the Sabhath whs past,
Mary Mngadalene, and Mary, the
y mother, of James, brought sweet
splces-^-that htey might anoint hlin."
. Mark 16 :l-7.
> ' ; Intro: On the evening of our lord's
I. Vleatli^ Fridays hia body- was buried.
Lhn (Kfl r,oW ,lor >ho CaIl^'
I ' "ybatto,'~-.<jur Saturday, by". Pllate'8
^ authority the stone of the sepulchre
jy'wae- sealed . and n mtlitary-giMrd
? posted In front. In the dawn of SunI
dayl ?? earthquake rent the tomb
asurtder and an angel heralded the
- "/resurrection, ?"and today the whole
? * civilized 'world^-etanda around that
' open grave 'and rejolcej in the risen
?" Christ. . ' 'a
VjLetj .ua listen'to some of the love
' lessons we'may at the open grave of
Jesus. ' - ,
V'.^L^IjOVE IS EARLY. Human love ,
J a very^early 'at the" tomb. But
r^fteaug and his'angela were there Btlll
r^yljer. Human love Is a very sweet
and prpcloua-thing, but it can never
keep pa?rwith the.<blvlne love. Our
love may be drawn toward the departed
onea, but our love ctAild not
wish them so well nor do for thorn '
?- as the Divine* love, outrunning our
) ,']wj?bes, ha* already done for them.
II. LOVE IS MIGHTY. "When
,uiey looaea tne sione was rouen
v away." \" * ' * \
V* ."Looking at some trouble lying
. - : Jq the dark and dread unknown.
We, too, often ask with sighing,
? . Who shall roll away the atone?
g^l^'Pqt^before they way was ended,
T"\ V Oft we're had with joy to own,
^ <1 Shall Dc
^ "> ' iatiat and "hi
EfiajHWiraP??tW Mat Arthur, with tba new 1
jipiS?]^-'Vj^>Au?trnlla has fWan him a haro'i wi
command with hia pramLi
.Men)hers ub St. Matthews Metbo- <
31st cbolr from lfeft to right: Airs. ?
S. A. Peace, Mrs. Sallle Morgan, Mrs. L
Sylvia Ruff, Mrs. M. V. Pope, (dej;
Angels have from heaven descended.
And have rollede away the atone."
The Divine love Is better , to us
than 'all our fears. It Is uilghty In ,
our ttehalf, and as we go lolngly for
ward we find the obstacles In the
path .of duty removed. '
Love Is comforting. Re not. afraid.
He Is risen.
Love'sent on errands. Go. Go. Tell. ..
Love makes promises. He goeth before
Th echolr sang some very beautiful
selections. The selections were as fol
Father Almighty?Cesar Franck.
i My Best' .
therto tmpnbHahod "photos of Gas.
United Nations commander at saints.
ileoma and has united all its defenses ?
w that MI shall do mj bast, ,'i. 1 shall
idi^. . yjv, ft.
SBOKO, N. G, SATURDAY. APRIL :
' Fine Choir
ceased), Mrs. able Jackson, Mrs.
Clara ^ Rogers, Mrs. S. D. Hugbley,
Miss Sal lie D. Jones, Mrs. Alice Dean,
Miss Jaunlta Wells, Mrs. Maude
" " ( . . ~~ T~
O, Sacred Head?J. S. lloch.
I >eKend^-Tich allcpweskl.
Hnsanna, Hosauna?Lee Rogers.
O. Lamb of, God?Gounod.
Members of the choir are: Mr.
Francis Thomas, Mr. Clarence Dean,
Mrs. Sylvia Rurt, Mrs. Clara Roger,
Mrs. Anna Stewart (director), Mrs.
Mable Jackson, MIhh Sillle D. Jones,
Mrs. S. Dehughley, Mrs. Sallie Morgan,*
Miss Juanita Wells, Mrs. Alice
Dean, Mr. Krnest Raifort. Mr. H.
Clint Taylor, Mr. Chester Jenkins
and Mrs. S. A. Peace.
f S . '
Goldsboro Man Holds
Out for Parking argain
n ..1.1 Jk., . ? . . .
Muiusimru,?a VfinuHiKim niHM recently
put "one over" on the Wilmington
police department according
to a report circulating here this
week. The man stepped Into a store .
to get some change.. When he re-!
turned he found a parking ticket on
his car and Immediately went to the
police station to explain and possibly
save the dollar fine.
?The .police sergeant refused to
llateen to an explanation, declaring
"You violated the .law by parking
overtime. It would be the same if
you parked one -minute overtime, one
j hour or .five days." . ; .
So the JfToldsboro man kept the
red ticket, left It nnder his windshield
wiper. an& used 'the parking
place all day. That" night he went
by the police station and paid the
dollar fortbe days', parking.
'* x : v??r
Salisbury Opens t ""l'
U?e^S*ll*buryx Jnf^ department, the
flrnt mitmrhau f unit forthft.^clty, wa?
opened * Wwlim*! y." *Ooe\a?ook * and
Ta&W^rhC* afa'ttweo pla6?1 at thi
nfiftlon f?rvd-fan '"-additional jjlece ol
<*jnl'c(m??rf,Vul; hither* wf *ion u II
? .'jpjtijvcior} T. \ <
a. captain >haye>'bee*
aaalxped Mo the atatloiv, * .which 1 li
dealfned to protect and aerr the soatl
aide of the city. ?'. ' > r; "'-v*
WJndsdr.- Hark row men, from left to
right: C.-E. Dean. Francis Thomas,
S. Thompson, Cllntoii Taylor, E.' I*
ltalford, Mrs. Anna Stewart organist..
Red Wings Whip
i, '.* " Pond Giants, 8-5 j
The Goshen Red Wings, outstanding
I Greensboro negro semi-pro i
baseball club, enjoyed a successful
Easter Monday yesterday, turning
back the Winston-Salem Pond
Giants. 8-!>, before a holiday audience
at Memorial stadium, In their
Salem Juinia-d into' an early lead.
Th? vlaitiog team from Wlrtstonscorlng
five times In the first three
innings to take a 1W> lead. Rut the
ltcd Wings jumped into the ball
game In the last ralf of the third
frame by scoring three tliues, adding
another lu the fourth to pull up
4-5. ' .
Goshen sent King tot he mound In
the fourth and he held the Pond
Glunta acorlesa the rest of the way,
allowing only three' lilts and striking
out nine, while the Red Wings
came from ltehind with three runs
In the eighth after knotting the score
with n singleton in the sixth.
I/efty Evans' double In the elgth
hollowed by successive hits off the
hats of Montern, King. Day,. Cher
bio and Morehead put the gamt
on Ice for Goshen.
Score by Innings; -B
Pond Giants 'J_ _ 221 000 000?J
Red Wings _ 003 101 (Ox?1
Leo. S. Klmbrongh. student fron
A. and T. College chemistry depart
meat, will wed Miss Velma Davit
, student In Greensboro from .* Lon
' Beach, Callt,-. on June 32th. > Thl
I was 'announced by MJae Davis thl
i morning. The young oouple are. ea
[ pected to "make tbelr home In Cal
i fornla. at the' home of her parent
r where she will resume her studies.'
Current crop of fighting bulls ai
1 softies, complains a. ^Spanish'^spor
1 writer. * Looks like that flower-taoel
J Ing Ferdinand -has,''^fteoall/starU
ead The Future Outlook! ] *'vM?
Kloise Hiiwws, 2.>yoni" o](l negro
woninn of 1)0(5 Wilmington street,
was In a "little better" condition nc
L. IllchHrdson hospital Inst night,
where she was lH?ing treated for a "
split scalp, loss of blood and inany
cuts and bruises about the body allegedly
sustained when struck with
.James Seal, negro ofthe same address,
posted $300 Inind on charges
of assault with a dealy wenpon with
Intent to kill In connection with the
affair. Hee will In? heard In municlpnl-*ounty
court April 15. . . , ;
' Mlnnla ~ ?
203 x South Gilmer street, was -Riven
emergency treatment at the hospital
Wednesday after ahe had beeri shot **>. .y.
by a pistol allegedly wllded by her '
husband, James W. Thoruus. He made .
bond for a hearing April 15 In
lclpal-counfy court. ^ .
Arthur Gilchrist, of 727 Wllmlng- >V
ton. street, was- given emergency V .
treatment at the sauie hospital early . - .*
Wednesday morning after an uolndpji- ' is
tjfled negro stabbed him In the arm >
and leg In^, the 200 .block of "West ^
McCulloch street, he told police,'J. T
Contract Let for - ..
Fairchild Plant Work -3
Burlington.?General contract cov- -< *
erlng all architectural trades for the
Burlington branch of.aFlrchlld Engine
and Airplane corporation, of */.
Ragerstown, Md., has been awrdgd '
the locul firm of H. Frank Mltchell^^
and son. ' f - . ; ; -
Confirmation of "the award after4 ^ bigs
were canvassed last Saturdny at '.
Hngerstown was stated'by a reprc Z
sentatlve of the firm by a
sentativp ofthe firm here tills week.
Work Is expected to begin Inimedltely.
_ .. ?*
. ?uue actual specifications or con-..,
traction may not bc flvwi
tall,,it Is aald tha't new construction
and renovations . will , wore ' than'^x
double the floor space ofthe /orin-<j??
, er Carollnn Rayon corporation's prop-;,*'.,
erty acquired recently-by Falrchtld.'
It was stated that H. Cost planVv!^
engineer, will be on the ground withlng
a week, also that an office Staff
and equipment for the Burlington i .
branch are being nssembled at Hag-*
} erstown'for transfer here. This staff ywill
ocuppy rented quartersuntil
^ a new office building In the genera! >r'
j contract Is completed. '
^ Don Devell, general manager ' of'
the Burlington branch, said an employment
office may not .he opened
here until about the middle-of June..He
stated however, that many In,
quid's have been received at Hagerstown
from local-;machinists and '
^ other skilled workers. In defense y
j. work In other states' who are anxious
g to return home to\work: when places --
re green fonatufflng
L9 I^al^lirui fuppliei' thoeft^for ^Ta^^i