Layman's Conference 1923
Miss Company. TMTM contention that announced ' ^ ^ ~ ~ ' of revolutionary agitation i ^reat Conference for Laymen at , m aeal' Jurialuska. panitali^t.ir- svstPm" ac- Great Conference for Laymen at Jurialuska. Lake Junaluska, N. C. Aug. 8. ac- T i T , ' -- -- " -- Â«-- -- *..v. C. Aug. 8.--.that to many thoughtful f hav ^ fb vf cn "mpleted italism is !Â°^ termed the greatest C0 n- i cmbzation But can find much ma- Â£ n $1 JÂ°V a ym cn , ev " ^ cld b g ^e he these themes I b t E P fsc Â°P al Chinch, Sor/th, A 10 - ^ ltb . ses ? io " s fÂ£* m Â£ ^P. 1 !* 1 !!" 1 , ma- w*u"? iÂ°V a / men , ev ^ i 10 ^ Dy cne ^ themes u ? * * E P fsc Â°P al Chinch, Sor/th, tssoli^f n* srte^rca^ ^^w be.n f , L A ^ ticSt whkh orga , , ^ h general conference of the r. Morelock said not less 2,000 laymen from all parts of "This, the South are expected to attend! Mr. Morelock said through the of n ~ ~ ~ "^ " *~ -~-TM~J * J k t - u j | Â» J . u * v . O 41 Jl of organization from the gen-!against board, down through the confer-' the district, the local charge I tion and church, the purpose is to arouse Â· Â» * - - Â« , *.Â·Â·!, f / U A fj\j*j^, io tV/ tÂ»i WUO"3 do- laymen of the church to assume dens of church affairs as-1 "Some of the high lights of the of get-^fcrence will be found in the out- low-ship which abounds at said Mr. Morelock. The biggest men in the church will be there and there be opportunity to hear and meet number of the great leaders of re- thought in America." work There will be an open forum that day, led by Sid H. Blan, Secretary State, Montgomery. Ala: Judge select-i M. C. Childers, San Antonio; The Southgate, Norfolk and Judge to be Erskine Williams, Fort Worth, The sessions of the conference will be held in the Mission Building profes- the exception of platform addresses the main auditorium. Speakers on the program, in the the! order of their first appearance, W. vÂ«- to \t\J -. -- - Â«* . - - . ^ , , , Â» , . . ^ , j -.._ results P a l Church, Chicago; Sid. H. Blan. plan,' Dr. Ernest C. Webb, University edu- Texas, Austin; Bishop. W. B." amp. in charge of work of the odist Episcopal Church, South, rr.pc; Dr. C. M. McConnrll. specialist] n rur al missions, Methodist Episco-i , . TT TI._. I Raleieh N C Aug. 7.--The i n c Secretary of State for Alabama, and y leader of the Alabama confpr-1 district com- ; Jud Â£ c John H - Clarke, former be Supreme I State should he started I Court of the United States, Youngs- Ohio; Dr. Henry Nelson Sny-'ment from of Wofford College,, Teachers' Spartanburg, S. C.; Sishop Edwin Mouzon, in charge of Methodist ests in the Tennessee, Memphis conferences: Judge M. A. the Childers, lay leader of the West the as conference, San Antonio; Dr. *titt Wilson, author and lecturer, , Berkeley.-Cal.; T. S. Southgate, Pre-lin sidcnt of Southgate Terminal Cor- new "oration, Norfolk, and Judge were Williams, President of the Board of Lay Activities and lay the Central Texas conference, next Methodist Episcopal Church. South.