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DUKE 
UNIVERSITY 




LIBRARY 



ONE HUNDRED AND FIRST 
ANNUAL SESSION 

The North 
Carolina Conference 

OF THE 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH, SOUTH 




HELD IN 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 

November 17-21, 1937 



PRICE 25 CENTS 



JOURNAL 

of the 

North Carolina Annual Conference 

oj the 

Methodist Episcopal Church, South 




Raleigh, North Carolina 
November 17-21, 1937 



Officers 



PAUL B. KERN, President 

T. McM. GRANT, Secretary 

W. H. BROWN, Assistant Secretary 

E. L. HILLMAN, Assistant Secretary 

A, J. HOBBS, Assistant Secretary 

D. A. CLARKE, Assistant Secretary 

W. L. KNIGHT, Assistant Secretary 

W. C. WILSON, Statistical Secretary 

R. M. PRICE, Assistant Statistical Secretary 

C. A. DILLON, Raleigh, N. C, Treasurer 

W. P. FEW, Durham, N. C, Conference Lay Leader 

W. K. GREENE, Durham, N. C, Conference Associate Lay Leader 

F. S. LOVE, Conference Missionary Secretary 

R. W. BRADSHAW, Conference Secretary, Christian Education 

T. McM. GRANT, Director Superannuate Endowment 



Notice 

To Whom Your Money Should Be Sent 



General and Conference Work — C. A. Dillon, Raleigh, N. C. 

Golden Cross— C. A. Dillon, Raleigh, N. C. 

District Work — Presiding Elder. 

Orphanage (assessment and specials) — A. S. Barnes, Superintendent Methodist 
Orphanage, Raleigh, N. C. 

Superannuate Endowment — C. W. Tadlock, Secretary Board of Finance, 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Security Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Superannuates of the N. C. Conference — C. E. Jordan, Duke Station, Durham, 
N. C. 

Church School Day Offering— C. K. Proctor, Oxford, N. C. 

Church School Fourth Sunday Missionary Offering — C. K. Proctor, Oxford, 
N. C. 

Epworth League Missionary Pledges — Miss Flora Thompson, Edenton Street 
Church, Raleigh, N. C. 

Young People's Department Missionary Pledges — Miss Flora Thompson, 
Edenton Street Church, Raleigh, N. C. 

Pastor at Oteen— W. V. McRae, Hamlet, N. C. 



Boards and Committees for the Quadrennium 



BOARD OF MISSIONS 

Chairman Walter Patten 

Vice-Chairman G. W. Perry 

Secretary J. M. Ormond 

Treasurer J. C. Braswell, Rocky Mount 

Clerical— 'i. M. Ormond, B. T. Hurley, Walter Patten, O. W. Dowd, J. C. 
Williams, G. W. Perry, L. B. Jones, M. T. Plyler, F. S. Love. 

Lay — R. L. Harris, Roxboro; J. B. Leigh, Elizabeth City; L. D. Frutchey, 
Mt. Gilead; Mrs. W. C. Chadwick, New Bern; Mrs. H. C. Turlington, Dunn; 
J. C. Braswell, Rocky Mount; Mrs. Floyd Johnson, Whiteville; Mrs. A. M. 
Gates, Durham; W. P. Few, Durham. 

BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Chairman H. E. Spence 

Secretary J. G. Phillips 

Treasurer C. K. Proctor 

Executive Secretary R. W. Bradshaw, Durham 

Extension Secretary Floyd M. Patterson, Durham 

Director of Children's Work Miss Alma Cade, Durham 

Associate Director of Young People's Work Miss Netta Cook Robertson 

Clerical— n. E. Spence, E. B. Fisher, J. G. Phillips, E. C. Few, W. V. McRae, 
H. K. King, J. L. Cuninggim, T. McM. Grant, C, K. Proctor, M. W. Lawrence. 

Lay — R. L. Flowers, Durham; C. G. Morris, Washington; J. P. Gibbons, 
Hamlet; C. S. Wallace, Morehead City; N. C. Newbold, Raleigh; W. L. Knight, 
Weldon; M. J. Cowell, Wilmington; J. L. Home, Rocky Mount; Mrs. M. L. 
Sheep, Elizabeth City; Mrs. J. H. Highsmith, Raleigh. 

BOARD OF CHURCH EXTENSION 

Chairman E. H. McWhorter 

Vice-Chairman B. P. Robinson 

Secretary Marvin Y. Self 

Treasurer R. L. Towe, Roanoke Rapids 

Clerical — S. J. Starnes, B. P. Robinson, Marvin Y. Self, W, L. Loy, J. A. 
Russell, E. H. McWhorter, L. M. Hall. 

Lay — C. E. Winstead, Jr., Roxboro; C. S. Meekins, Manteo; D. U. Sandlin, 
Fa^-etteville; A. E. Hibbard, New Bern; A. S. Cline, Cary; R. L. Towe, Roanoke 
Rapids; C. Ed. Taylor, Southport. 

BOARD OF CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

Chairman M. T. Plyler 

Secretary A. P. Brantley 

Clerical— M. T. Plyler, T. W. Lee, J. E. Blalock, B. H. Houston, T. G. 
Vickers, J. O. Long, A. P. Brantley. 

Lay — J. M. Atwater, Burlington; E. M. Midgette, Manteo; Roland Coving- 
ton, Raeford; J. H. Rose, Greenville; W. H. Call, Selma; A. W. Oakes, Weldon; 
J. E. Willoughby, Wilmington. 

BOARD OF FINANCE 

Chairman J. A. Staton, Bethel 

Vice-chairman O. I. Hinson 

Secretary L. T. Singleton 

Treasurer C. E. Jordan, Durham 



4 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Clerical — J. A. Martin, C. T. Rogers, E. C. Crawford, D. M. Sharpe, L, T. 
Singleton, O. L Hinson, H. L. Davis. 

Lay—C. E. Jordan, Durham; T. A. Smithwick, Merry Hill; W. N. Mc- 
Kenzie, Gibson; T. A. Person, Greenville; Willis Smith, Raleigh; J. A. Staton, 
Bethel; I. C. Wright, Wilmington. 

BIBLE SOCIETY BOARD 

Chairman G. B. Starling 

Secretary W. G. Farrar 

E. B. Craven, J. Bascom Hurley, P. D. Woodall, I. S. Richmond, W. G. 
Farrar, G. B. Starling, A. L. Thompson. 

COMMISSION ON BUDGET 

Chairman J. F. Bruton, Wilson 

Secretary F. S. Aldridge, Durham 

Clerical— n. I. Glass, A. J, Hobbs, J. D. Bundy, L. A. Watts, J. F. Herbert. 

Lay — ^J. F. Bruton, Wilson; Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; F. S. Aldridge, Dur- 
ham; T. A. Lyon, Fayetteville ; R. R. Taylor, Greenville; L. L. Gravely, Rocky 
Mount. 

ORPHANAGE COMMITTEE 

Chairman C. K. Proctor 

Secretary W. C. Wilson 

Clerical— C K. Proctor, P. O. Lee, I. T. Poole, E. G. Overton, D. A. Clarke, 
W. L. Maness, W. C. Wilson, R. G. Davs^son. 

Lay — M. S. Llewellyn, Durham; B. W. Evans, Edenton; J. B. Von Cannon, 
West End; W. C. Chadwick, New Bern; A. H. Vann, Franklinton; W. N, Boyd, 
Warrenton; H. S. McGirt, Wilmington. 

BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 

Chairman W. P. Few, Durham 

Secretary F. S. Aldridge, Durham 

Conference Lay Leader W. P. Few, Durham 

Associate Conference Lay Leader W. K. Greene, Durham 

W. P. Few, Durham; F. S. Aldridge, Durham; B. W. O'Neal, Durham; 
E. S. Yarbrough, Durham; C. G. Morris, Washington; Dr. M. L. Matthews, 
Sanford; W. J. Woodley, Elizabeth City; W. I. Holstead, South Mills; W. H. 
Burgess, Old Trap; F. W. Bynum, Rockingham; J. O. Tally, Fayetteville; A. W. 
Byrd, Mt. Olive; W. C. Chauncey, Grifton; C. S. Wallace, Morehead City; 
A. M. Noble, Smithfield; W. N. H. Jones, Raleigh; F. E. Parrott, Creedmoor; 
W. L. Knight, Weldon; Lesley Towe, Roanoke Rapids; J. T. Thorne, Farmville; 
J. A. Sharpe, Lumberton ; W. A. McGirt, Wilmington ; C. E. Quinn, Kenansville. 

COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM 
G. W. Perry, J. A. Russell, M. W. Lawrence. 

CONFERENCE MISSIONARY COMMITTEE 

Walter Patten, Mrs. A. M. Gates, L. L. Gravely, G. W. Perry, J. H. Barn- 
hardt. 

COMMITTEE ON COUNSEL AND CO-OPERATION 

F. S. Love, C. F. Heath, J. M. Ormond, R. W. Bradshaw; Mrs. J. H. High- 
smith, Raleigh; T. McM. Grant. 



Journal of Proceedings 5 

COMMITTEE ON ADMISSIONS 

Chairman H. E. Myers 

Vice-Chairman R. E. Brown 

Secretary A. S. Parker 

H. E. Myers, J. L. Smith, B. F. Boone, R. E. Brown, A. S. Parker, W. T. 
Phipps, Daniel Lane. 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON MINISTERIAL TRAINING 

Chairman C. B. Culbreth 

Secretary S. J. Starnes 

H. E. Spence, R. W. Bradshaw, C. K. Proctor, J. R. Edwards, B. O. Merritt, 
W. L. Clegg-, C. B. Culbreth. 

COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS 

Chairman C. P. Womack 

Secretary H. L. Harris 

R. L. Jerome, L. E. Sawyer, R. G. L. Edwards, N. B. Johnson, C. W. 
Robbins, H. L. Harris, C. P. Womack. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

F. B. Peele, E. R. Clegg, J. C. Whedbee, H. L. Hendricks, C. L. Read, 
J. W. Bradley. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE ENTERTAINMENT 

Secretary of the Bishop's Cabinet as Chairman, Presiding Elder in whose 
District the Conference is held, and one other preacher selected by the Cabinet. 

COMMITTEE ON MEMOIRS AND CONFERENCE MEMORIAL SERVICE 

H. C. Smith, L. C. Larkin, T. McM. Grant. 

COMMITTEE ON MINISTERS' SALARIES 

H. B. Porter, J. C. Williams, I. T. Poole, L. C. Larkin, J. M. Ormond. 

COMMITTEE ON SUGGESTIONS FOR THE REARRANGEMENT 
OF CHARGES 

J. M. Ormond, F. S. Aldridge, C. P. Womack, T. McM. Grant. 

COMMITTEE ON BETTER SUPPORT OF SUPERANNUATES 

T. McM. Grant, D. E. Earnhardt, B. B. Slaughter. 



OTHER COMMITTEES 



LAKE JUNALUSKA COMMITTEE 
A. J. Hobbs, W. V, McRae, Walter Patten, J. F. Bruton, R. L. Flowers, 
J. P. Gibbons. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 

Chairman R. L. Flowers, Durham 

Treasurer J. M. Ormond 

Secretary M. T. Plyler 

J. T. Gibbs, N. H. D. Wilson, M. T. Plyler, J. M. Ormond, T. McM. Grant, 
A. S. Barnes, J. H. McCrackcn; J. F. Bruton, Wilson; R. L. Flowers, Durham. 



6 North Carolina Annual Conference 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE DUKE ALUMNI OFFICERS 

President E. R. Clegg 

Vice-President E. C. Durham 

Managers K. F. Duval, J. R. Edwards 

Executive Committee — J. G. Phillips, Leon Russell, C. W. Goldston. 



COMMITTEES FOR THIS CONFERENCE 



PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

B. B. Slaughter, J. H. Barnhardt, E. C. Few. 

WORSHIP COMMITTEE 

J. H. Barnhardt, E. C. Few, S. J. Starnes, Leon Russell, C. A. Dillon. 

ALDERSGATE COMMITTEE 

H. C. Smith, F. S. Love, T. McM. Grant, R. E. Brown, W. K. Greene, 
W. L. Knight, D. U. Sandlin. 



EXAMINING COMMITTEES 



ADMISSION ON TRIAL 
Comffiittee — C. K. Proctor, J. H. Lanning, L. C. Larkin. 

FIRST YEAR 
Cojfimittee — ^J. R. Edwards, L. D. Hayman, J. E. Blalock. 
Class — Herman Theophilus Coley, Leslie Leaman Parrish, Albert Freed Keller, 
John Kern Ormond, William Kenneth Barrs, James Hardy Overton, Jr., Thomas 
Marion Merriman, Henry Barton Lewis, Ovie Wilson Mathison, Clarence Eugene 
Hix, Jr., Matt Ransom Gardner, Murray Moses Walters. 

SECOND YEAR 

Committee — B. O. Merritt, F. B. Joyner, S. E. Mercer. 

Class — Johnnie Thomas Greene, Waldo Forrest Keeler, John Robert Poe, 
John Dee Robinson, Benjamin Franklin Meacham, William Addison Crow, Ram- 
sey Leon Crossno, Nicholas Warnum Grant, Claud Dalton Nelson, Charles Tinsley 
Thrift, Jr., Worth Bagley Cotton, Willis Roswell Stevens. 

THIRD YEAR 
Committee — W. L. Clegg, E. R. Clegg, P. O. Lee. 

Class — Howard McKinnon McLamb, Graham Stanford Eubank, Dwight Lang 
Fonts, Olen Leon Hardwick. 

FOURTH YEAR 
Committee — C. B. Culbreth, S. J. Starnes, C. D. Barclift. 
Class — Millard Charles Dunn, Charles Burrington Long, Marion Osborne 
Stephenson, Robert Edward Walston, Russell Sage Harrison, Joyce Virgil Early, 
Robert Nicholson Fitts, Ralph Henry Lewis, Marcus Earl Cunningham, Clyde 
Stewart Boggs. 



Chronological Roll of the Conference 

Se. — Superannuate Sy. — Supernumerary E. — Effective 

♦Not present at this session of tlie Conference 

tOrders recognized 



Wliere 
Admitted 



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♦Gibbs, John T Se. 

♦Rhodes, James M Se. 

♦Hawkins, Charles M Se. 

Tuttle, Daniel H Se. 

Hurley, John B Se. 

Shamburger, Frank M Se. 

Jerome, Conder P Se. 

♦Townsend, William H Se. 

Davis, Edward H Se. 

Johnson, James G Se. 

Lowder, James M Se. 

Jackson, Hampton McR Se. 

Chaffin, Leonidas M Se. 

Shore, John H Se. 

♦Glenn, Edwin C Se. 

♦Parker, Asa J Se. 

Thompson, Jasper B E. 

Wilson, Nathan H. D Se. 

Massey, Lucius S Se. 

Bundy, Jesse D Se. 

Draper, Jesse T Se. 

McWhorter, Euclid H Se. 

♦Joyner, Lemon H Se. 

♦Frizzelle, James H Se. 

Plyler, Marion T E. 

Craven, Wesley F Se. 

Merritt, William C Se. 

Bruton, Raleigh A Se. 

Cuninggim, Jesse L E. 

Groves, Andrew J Se. 

Barnes, Albert S E. 

Potter, John W Se. 

McCracken, Jacob H Se. 

Dailey, James A E. 

Adams, Gaston T Se. 

Humble, John C E. 

Black, Benson H E. 

Starling, George B E. 

Read, Charles L Se. 

Woodall, Preston D E. 

Grant, Rufus R E. 

Stanford, James T E. 

Sikes, Timothy A E. 

Caviness, Cicero H Se. 

Bradley, James W E. 

Barnhardt, Jesse H E. 

Dixon, Francis E Se. 

Yearby, Norman C E. 

Elliott, William F E. 

Towe, William Se. 

Culbreth, J. Marvin E. 

Brown, William H Se. 

Buffaloe, James H E. 

♦Atkinson, R. Ernest Se. 

Nicks, Samuel F E. 

Royall, William R E. 

Jones, Charles A B. 

Sawyer, L. Edward E. 

Bross, John P E. 

Hoyle. John W., Sr Se. 

♦Noblitt. Frank B Se. 

♦McDonald, Neil M Sy. 

Wright, John M Se. 



Raleigh 1874 

Wilmington 1875 

Marshall, Mo 1880 

Statesville 1883 

Statesville 1883 

Statesville 1883 

Wilmington 1884 

Charlotte 1885 

Reidsville 1886 

Reidsville 1886 

Fayetteville 1887 

Fayetteville 1887 

Fayetteville 1887 

New Bern 1888 

New Bern 1888 

Greensboro 1889 

Wilson 1890 

Greenville 1891 

Greenville 1891 

Greenville 1891 

Greenville 1891 

Decatur, Ala 1891 

Goldsboro 1892 

Goldsboro 1892 

Goldsboro 1892 

Wilmington 1893 

Wilmington 1893 

Durham 1894 

Elizabeth City 1895 

Kinston 1896 

Kinston 1896 

Dalton, Ga 1896 

Raleigh 1897 

Raleigh 1897 

Raleigh 1897 

Raleigh 1897 

Raleigh 1897 

Elizabeth City 1898 

Elizabeth City 1898 

Washington 1899 

Washington 1899 

Washington 1899 

Concord 1899 

Concord 1899 

Concord 1899 

Concord 1899 

Oakland, Cal 1899 

New Bern 1900 

Greensboro 1900 

Fayetteville 1901 

Fayetteville 1901 

Wilmington 1902 

Wilmington 1902 

Maiden, Mo 1902 

Goldsboro 1903 

Goldsboro 1903 

Goldsboro 1903 

Goldsboro 1903 

Sandersville, Ga. ... 1903 

Goldsboro 1903 

Charlotte 1904 

Sandersville, Ga. ... 1904 
Wilson 1905 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 



CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL— (Continued) 



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Wilson 1905 

Wilson 1905 

Wilson 1905 

Wilson 1905 

Danville, Va 1905 

Americus, Ga 1905 

Rocky Mount 1906 

Rocky Mount 1906 

Rocky Mount 1906 

Rocky Mount 1906 

Mount Airy 1906 

Deer Lodge, Mont. . 1906 

Mount Airy 1906 

New Bern 1907 

New Bern 1907 

New Bern 1907 

New Bern 1907 

New Bern 1907 

Brunswick, Ga 1907 

Salisbury 1907 

Salisbury 1907 

Salisbury 1907 

Durham 1908 

Durham 1908 

Durham 1908 

Durham 1908 

Durham 1908 

Asheville 1908 

Raleigh 1909 

Raleigh 1909 

Raleigh 1909 

Raleigh 1909 

Raleigh 1909 

Raleigh 1909 

Elizabeth City 1910 

Elizabeth City 1910 

Elizabeth City 1910 

Elizabeth City 1910 

Elizabeth City 1910 

Kinston 1911 

Kinston 1911 

Augusta, Ga 1911 

Fayetteville 1912 

P'ayetteville 1912 

Fayetteville 1912 

Fayetteville 1912 

Fayetteville 1912 

Fayetteville 1912 

Fayetteville 1912 

Holdenville, Okla. .. 1912 

Oxford 1913 

Oxford 1913 

Oxford 1913 

Oxford 1913 

Oxford 1913 

Oxford 1913 

High Point 1912 

Norman, Okla 1913 

Washington 1914 

Washington 1914 

Washington 1914 

Washington 1914 

Washington 1914 

Washington 1914 

Washington 1914 

M^ashington 1914 

Wilmington 1915 

Wilmington 1915 

Wilmington 1915 

Wilmington 1915 

Wilmington 1915 



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Craven, Eli B B. 

Robinson, Benjamin P E. 

Harrison, Edward N E. 

Jones, Lloyd B E. 

Thrift, Charles T E. 

♦Ewing, Henry C Se. 

Autry, John W Se. 

Whedbee, James C E. 

Rogers, Charles T E. 

Singleton, Louis T E. 

♦Jones, W. C Se. 

Dowd, Orren W E. 

Hinson, Oded I E. 

Spence, Hersey E E. 

Lance, Hicks E Se. 

Martin, W. Christian E. 

Boone, J. Joshua E. 

Love, Franklin S E. 

Phipps, William T E. 

Starnes, John F E. 

Coble, Thomas S Se. 

Harmon, John C E. 

McRae, William V E. 

Culbreth, Cornelius B E. 

Watson, William J E. 

Vickers, Thurman G E. 

Martin, Junius A E. 

Self, Marvin Y E. 

Stack, Elijah L Se. 

Duval, Kirby F E. 

Culbreth, Frank E. 

*Biggs, George H Se. 

Patten, Walter E. 

Grant, Thomas McM E. 

Ormond, J. Marvin E. 

Hayman, Louis D E. 

Hurley, Bernard T E. 

Blalock, John E E. 

♦Frank, John W E. 

Edwards, Robert G. L E. 

Strickland, Nathan B E. 

Hendricks, Harris L E. 

Lee, Thomas W E. 

•Miller, J. Herbert E. 

Slaughter, Baxter B E. 

Smith, Harry C E. 

Wright, Nathan M E. 

Perry, George W E. 

Dodd, E. David E. 

Johnson, Wade E. 

Porter, Hubbard B E. 

Durham, Ernest C E. 

Cade, William A E. 

♦Trawick, William F Se. 

Lupton, Frederick A E. 

Lane, Daniel E. 

*Usry, Jesse F Se. 

Proctor, Creasy K E. 

Glass, Henry I E. 

Hill, Ethelbert L E. 

Parker, Albea S E. 

Munns. Richard F E. 

Lowe, William G E. 

Russell, John A E. 

♦Pattishall, Lauder B E. 

♦Tharpe, John A Se. 

Myers, Hiram E E. 

Maness, William L E. 

Benson, Walter C E. 

Poole, Ivey T E. 

Hodges, Milton F E. 



Journal of Proceedings 

CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL— (Continued) 



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135 Davis, Thomas E Se. 

136 Phillips, Charles N E. 

137 Boone, Benjamin F E. 

138 Hall, Leon M E. 

139 Earnhardt, Daniel E B. 

140 *Hamilton, Guy Se. 

141 Smith, Jackson L E. 

142 Loy, W. Lawrence E. 

143 Hurley, J. Bascom E. 

144 Edwards, John R E. 

145 Williams, John C E. 

146 Few, Eugene C E. 

147 Merritt, Benjamin O E. 

148 Maness, Eli C E. 

149 Clarke, David A E. 

150 Lanning-, Jesse H E. 

151 Cline, John E. 

152 Petty, Dwight A E. 

153 Larkin, Leon C E. 

154 Dimmette, Joel W E. 

155 Hall, Edgar M E. 

156 Johnson, Neil B E. 

157 Fitzgerald, Oscar P E. 

158 Brantley, Allen P E. 

159 Brothers, Lloyd C E. 

160 Cleg-g, Ernest R E. 

161 Farrar, Walter G E. 

162 Hillman, Edg-ar L E. 

163 King, Hiram K E. 

164 Long, John O E. 

165 Hobbs, A. Jarvis E. 

166 Sharpe, Daniel M E. 

167 Harrell, John W E. 

168 Houston, Benj. H E. 

169 Phillips, James G E. 

170 Dawson, Walter L E. 

171 Davis, Harvey L E. 

172 Peele, F. Boyd E. 

173 Brown, Adrian E E. 

174 Downum, Edgar W E. 

175 Vaughan, William N E. 

176 Ellerbe, Michael C E. 

177 Watts, Lawrence A E. 

178 McLamb, McDonald E. 

179 Starnes. Shirley J E. 

180 Jolliff, J. Marvin E. 

181 Harris, Loy V E. 

182 Clegg, W. Lemuel E. 

183 Ball, Walter C B. 

184 Overton, Ernest G B. 

185 Richmond, I. Shirley E. 

186 Brown, Robert E B. 

187 Potter, W. Stanley B. 

188 Walters, Whitford F B. 

189 Ashmore, Herbert R B. 

190 Barclift, Chancie D B. 

191 Chester, Harley A E. 

192 Underwood, William J E. 

193 Lee, Percy O E. 

194 Jerome, Robert L E. 

195 Crawford, Eugene C B. 

196 Critcher, Burrell D E. 

197 Sneeden, J. William E. 

198 Edens, Nelson P E. 

199 Shuller, Edgar R B. 

200 Newton, Pliny F B. 

201 Joyner, Frank B B. 

202 'Stott, Janadus D E. 

203 Wilson, William C E. 

204 Mercer, Seymour E E. 

205 Fields, Paul H B. 



Where c - 

Admitted j! E 

^ 

Wilmington 1915 

Wilmington 1915 

Durham 1916 

Durham 1916 

Durham 1916 

Gastonia 1916 

Gastonia 1916 

Durham 1916 

Greenville 1917 

Greenville 1917 

Greenville 1917 

Greenville 1917 

Greenville 1917 

Greenville 1917 

Asheville 1917 

Asheville 1917 

Asheville 1917 

Goldsboro 1918 

Goldsboro 1918 

Goldsboro 1918 

Goldsboro 1918 

Goldsboro 1918 

Goldsboro 1918 

Greensboro 1918 

Wilson 1919 

Wilson 1919 

Wilson 1919 

Atlanta, Ga 1919 

Wilson 1919 

Rocky Mount 1920 

Rocky Mount 1920 

Salisbury 1920 

Rocky Mount 1920 

Rocky Mount 1920 

Hannibal, Mo 1921 

High Point 1921 

Raleigh 1922 

Raleigh 1922 

Raleigh 1922 

Raleigh 1922 

Raleigh 1922 

Elizabeth City 1923 

Elizabeth City 1923 

Elizabeth Citv 1923 

Elizabeth Citv 1923 

Elizabeth City 1923 

Wilmington 1924 

Wilmington 1924 

Wilmington 1924 

Wilmington 1924 

Wilmington 1924 

Wilmington 1924 

Richmond, Mo 1924 

Fayetteville 1925 

Fayetteville 1925 

Fayetteville 1925 

Fayetteville 1925 

Fayetteville 1925 

Fayetteville 1925 

Fayetteville 1925 

Fayetteville 1925 

Fayetteville 1925 

Fayetteville 1925 

Fayetteville 1925 

Conway, Ark 1925 

Bonne Terre, Mo. . . 1925 

Durham 1926 

Durham 1926 

Durham 1926 

Raleigh 1927 

Raleigh 1927 



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1920 


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1918 


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1924 


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1916 


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1921 


1921 


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1922 


1924 


1922 


1924 




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1923 


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1926 


1924 


1926 


1924 


1926 


1924 


1926 


1924 


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CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL— (Continued) 



Sz; Where c--^ -So h .^ 

g| Admitted *E || || 

PuS ^<i OQ OH 

Raleigh 1927 1929 1932" 

Raleigh 1927 1927 1931 

Raleigh 1927 1929 1932 

Raleigh 1927 1929 1931 

Asheville 1927 1929 1931 

Raleigh 1927 1927t 1929 

Wilson 1928 1930 1932 

Wilson 1928 1930 1932 

Wilson 1928 1928 1932 

Wilson 1928 1928t 

Tampa, Fla 1928 1934 1936 

Kinston 1929 1931 1933 

Kinston 1929 1931 1933 

Kinston 1929 1931 1933 

Kinston 1929 1932 1934 

Kinston 1929 1928 1934 

Kinston 1929 1933 1935 

Seoul, Korea 1929 1936 1936 

Henderson 1930 1932 1934 

Henderson 1930 1932 1934 

Henderson 1930 1932 1934 

Henderson 1930 1932 1934 

Henderson 1930 1933 1935 

Henderson 1930 1933 1935 

Henderson 1930 1932 1936 

Greenville 1931 1933 1935 

Greenville 1931 1933 1935 

Greenville 1931 1933 1935 

Rocky Mount 1932 1932t 

Rocky Mount 1932 1934 1936 

Rocky Mount 1932 1933 id36 

Rocky Mount 1932 1934 1936 

Rocky Mount 1932 1934 1936 

Rocky Mount 1932 1934 1936 

Lexington. Ky 1932 1925 1936 

Durham 1933 .... 1933t 

Durham 1933 1935 1937 

Durham 1933 1935 1937 

Durham 1933 1935 1937 

Durham 1933 1935 1937 

Durham 1933 1932 1937 

Durham 1933 1922 

Rocky Mount 1932 1935 1937 

Rocky Mount 1932 1935 1937 

Greenville 1931 1935 1937 

Washington 1934 1936 

Washington 1934 1936 

Washington 1934 1934 

Washington 1934 1936 

Washington 1934 1936 

Washington 1934 1936 

Winchester, Ky 1934 1936 

Washington 1934 1832 

Wilmington 1935 1937 

Wilmington 1935 1937 

Conway, S. C 1935 1937 

Raleigh 1937 



206 Davidson, R. Grady E. 

207 Baum, Herman B E. 

208 Brandenburg, F. Bardin E. 

209 Weathers, Elmer D E. 

210 Ware, R. Dwight E. 

211 Melton, Omer C E. 

212 Fisher, Edgar B E. 

213 Thompson, Arthur L E. 

214 Herbert, J. Furman E. 

215 Heath, C. Freeman E. 

216 Hedden, Forrest D E. 

217 Lawrence, Marquis W E. 

218 Tilley, Lester A E. 

219 Hough, Thomas D E. 

220 Barbee, Carl W E. 

221 Strawbridge, Ishmael J E. 

222 Hathaway, Offle L E. 

223 'Lewis, Ralph H. E. 

224 Measamer, Elwin H E. 

225 Harris, H. LeRoy E. 

226 Russell, Leon E. 

227 Womack, Carlos P E. 

228 Williams, A. Morris E. 

229 Traynham, David D E. 

230 Cunningham, M. Earl B. 

231 Bradshaw, Robert W E. 

232 Andrews, Chester J E. 

233 Warren, Millard W E. 

234 Blount, George W E. 

235 Jenkins, Theodore R E. 

236 Davis, Flake R E. 

237 Ruark, Henry G E. 

238 Robbins, Cecil W E. 

239 Lee, Allen C E. 

240 Maxwell, Samuel A E. 

241 Hickman, Franklin S E. 

242 Lineberger, James W E. 

243 Vale, Charles E E. 

244 Maness, Madison W E. 

245 Tew, W. Alton E. 

246 Young, James D E. 

247 Fitts, Robert N E. 

248 Goldston, Cleo W E. 

249 Joyce, John L E. 

250 Thompson, Arnold C E. 

251 Dunn, M. Charles E. 

252 Long, Charles B E. 

253 Stephenson, Marion O E. 

254 Walston, Robert E E. 

255 Harrison, Russell S E. 

256 Early, Joyce V E. 

257 Boggs, Clyde S E. 

258 Fouts, Dwight L E. 

259 McLamb, Howard M E. 

260 Eubank, Graham S E. 

261 Hardwick, O. Leon E. 

262 Newton, R. Zenas E. 



Journal of Proceedings 11 

Preachers on Trial 



When and Where 
Name Class Admitted 

1 Herman Theophilus Coley First Year Raleigh, 1937 

2 Leslie Leamon Parrish First Year Raleigh, 1937 

3 Albert Freed Keller First Year Raleigh, 1937 

4 John Kern Ormond First Year Raleigh, 1937 

5 William Kenneth Barrs First Year Raleigh, 1937 

6 James Hardy Overton, Jr First Year Raleigh, 1937 

7 Thomas Marion Merriman First Year Raleigh, 1937 

8 Henry Barton Lewis First Year Raleigh, 1937 

9 Ovie Wilson Mathison First Year Raleigh, 1937 

10 Clarence Eugene Hix, Jr First Year New Bern, 1936 

11 Matt Ransom Gardner First Year New Bern, 1936 

12 Murray Moses Walters First Year New Bern, 1936 

13 Johnnie Thomas Greene Second Year New Bern, 1936 

14 Waldo Forrest Keeler Second Year New Bern, 1936 

15 John Robert Poe Second Year New Bern, 1936 

16 John Dee Robinson Second Year New Bern, 1936 

17 Benjamin Franklin Meacham Second Year New Bern, 1936 

18 William Addison Crow Second Year New Bern, 1936 

19 Ramsey Leon Crossno Second Year New Bern, 1936 

20 Nicholas Warnum Grant Second Year New Bern, 1936 

21 Claude Dalton Nelson Second Year New Bern, 1936 

22 Charles Tinsley Thrift, Jr Second Year Washington, 1934 

23 Worth Bagley Cotton Second Year Wilmington, 1935 

24 Willis Roswell Stevens Second Year Wilmington, 1935 



12 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Lay Delegates 



Durham District — B. G. Crumpton, Mrs. J. B. McKay, Miss Bessie 
Thompson, J. O. Gunn, *H. A. Jones, F. S. Aldridge, *W. L. Smith, R. L. 
Flowers, W. L. Hampton, *H. C. Clegg-, W. K. Greene, *J. W. Cole, *R. P. 
Wagner, C. E. Winstead, *E. A. Crawford, Mrs. W. W. Steadman, M. W. Fox, 
W. T. Walters, M. B. Smith, *B. G. Childs, J. F. Idol, *Mrs. Taylor Long, 
*J. F. Elliott, D. S. Smith, G. C. Davidson, *Mrs. J. T. Womble. 

Elizabeth City District — *0. H. Brown, E. M. Hooper, W. J. Woodley, 
*Mrs. C. L. Midgette, Mrs. C. W. Smith, *Judge A. P. Godwin, *D. L. Berry, 
C. G. Morris, Mrs. R. T. Brinn, Mrs. E. G. Overton, Mrs. Clyde Smith, Mrs. 
Nannie Midgette, W. H. Burgess, C. S. Meekins, S. W. McKeel, *J. T. Morgan, 
T. A. Smithwick. 

Fayetteville District — J. L. Cochrane, *D. H. McLeod, *Mrs. E. P. 
Jones, S. R. Hovle, *G. O. MuUinix, *Mrs. Jesse Hogan, *B. A. Edens, Dr. 
W. L. McRae, Fred W. Bynum, Mrs. W. B. Meacham, C. F. Autrey, B. P. 
Lytch, Dr. Peter John, Dave Pierce, L. D. Frutchey, *Dr. R. T. Nichols, Jasper 
Edge, Terry Lyon, Dr. M. L. Matthews, J. P. Gibbons, J. L. Covington, *L. W. 
Edwards, F. W. Von Cannon, *W. B. Graham. 

New Bern District— Judge J. Paul Frizzelle, W. C. Chadwick, C. S. 
Wallace, W. H. Ormond, *J. B. Exum, *Dr. W. H. Cobb, *Marvin Aldridge, 
R. M. Harris, *B. F. Eason, K. W. Cobb, A. C. Edwards, C. G. Cobb, Manly 
Fulcher, R. L. Turnage, Mrs. R. H. Edwards, J. H. Waldrop, L. B. Smith, 
*A. W. Byrd, R. E. Cox, R. L. Edwards, W. B. Becton, R. L. Stallings. 

Raleigh District— *R. W. Jones, Mrs. J. C. Whedbee, G. W. Farrar, F. E. 
Parrott, Z. V. Snipes, Mrs. B. B. Adams, R. A. Cotton, *E. J. Cheatham, *Miss 
Marial Gary, W. P. Byrd, E. H. Malone, *J. A. Turner, W. N. H. Jones, E. A. 
Hunt, Mrs. J. H. Bullock, C. H. Parker, *J. B. Womble, Mrs. E. W. Porter, 
Mrs. J. E. Thiem, B. F. Russell, Mrs. T. E. Radcliff, W. H. Call, A. M. Noble, 
S. E. Wilson, *E. R. Watson. 

Rocky Mount District — W. L. Knight, J. T. Thorne, J. F. Bruton, Mrs. 
William Towe, J. C. Braswell, J. A. Staton, *J. W. Moore, J. A. Cooper, *J. W. 
Grant, *J. G. Madry, C. L. Benson, *C. L. Lewis, R. L. Towe, Mrs. L. A. 
Watts, Mrs. L. L. Draughan, *C. G. Moore, W. M. Boyd, *W. P. Pitts, Dr. 
J. L. Lister, *W. C. Adkins, W. D. Dickens, *Mrs. S. M. Thompson. 

Wilmington District — Mrs. Annie Council, *H. B. Council, Dr. M. A. 
Waddell, Mrs. H. J. Faison, *Abel Warren, W. G. Hargett, Mrs. D. C. Herring, 
C. E. Quinn, C. Ed Taylor, C. M. Morton, J. E. Willoughby, Mrs. G. P. 
Pridgen, Mrs. G. R. McNeil, Marvin J. Cowell, W. B. Cooper, J. L. Becton, 
W. A. McGirt, Mrs. Floyd Johnson, J. A. Sharpe, Isaac C. Wright, Mrs. T. G. 
Vickers. 



'Not Present at Conference. 



Conference Directory 



Name Post Office Appointment 

1 Adams, G. T Sanford Superannuate 

2 Andrews, C. J Warsaw Warsaw-Magnolia 

3 Ashmore, H. R Biscoe Biscoe 

4 Atkinson, R. E Ontario, Va Superannuate 

5 Autry, J. W 1019 Branson St., 

Fayetteville Superannuate 

6 Ball, W. C Goldsboro St. Paul 

7 Barbee, C. W Elizabethtown Elizabeth 

8 Barclift, C. D Durham Durham Circuit 

9 Barnes, A. S Raleigh Supt. Methodist Orphanage 

10 Barnhardt, J. H Raleigh Presiding Elder 

11 Barrs, W. K Durham Duke Circuit 

12 Baum, H. B Four Oaks Four Oaks 

13 Benson, W. C Mt. Olive Mt. Olive Circuit 

14 Biggs, G. H Star Superannuate 

15 Black, B. H Garner Garner 

16 Blalock, J. E Fairmont Fairmont 

17 Blount, G. W Edenton Edenton 

18 Boggs, C. S Newport Newport 

19 Boone, B. F Cary Cary-Apex 

20 Boone, J.J Smithfield Smithfleld 

21 Bradley, J. W Zebulon Zebulon -Wendell 

22 Bradshaw, R. W Durham Conf. Sec. Christian Edu. 

23 Brandenburg, F. B. ... Trenton Jones 

24 Brantley, A. P Chapel Hill Chapel Hill 

25 Bross, J. P Fayetteville Person St. -Calvary 

26 Brothers, L. C Oxford Oxford Circuit 

27 Brown, A. E Moyock Moyock-Memorial 

28 Brown, R. E Henderson First Church 

29 Brown, W. H Jackson Springs Superannuate 

30 Bruton, R. A Greenville Superannuate 

31 Buff aloe, J. H Laurel Hill Laurel Hill 

32 Bundy, J. D Fayetteville Superannuate 

33 Cade, W. A Wilmington Presiding Elder 

34 Caviness, C. H Siler City, Star Route . . . Superannuate 

35 Chaff in, L. M Sanford Superannuate 

36 Chester, H. A Knightdale Millbrook 

37 Clark, D. A Farmville Farmville 

38 Clegg, E. R Raeford Raeford 

39 Clegg, W. L -Bethel Bethel 

40 Cline, John Wilmington Fifth Avenue 

41 Coble, T. S Durham Superannuate 

42 Coley, H. T Durham Eno 

43 Cotton, W. B Garland Garland 

44 Craven, E. B Fuquay Fuquay 

45 Craven, W. P Durham, Rt. 1 Superannuate 

46 Crawford, E. C Rich Square Rich Square 

47 Critcher, B. D Snow Hill Snow Hill 

48 Crossno, R. L Carrboro Carrboro 

49 Crow, W. A Ocracoke Ocracoke-Portsmouth 

50 Culbreth, C. B Sanford Sanford 

51 Culbreth, Frank Box 1243, Fayetteville ...Relieved of appointment 

at his own request 

52 Culbreth, J. M Rockv Mount Presiding Elder 

53 Cuninggim, J.L Nashville, Tenn Pres. Scarritt College 

54 Cunningham, M. E. . . . Nashville, Tenn Staff Secretary, Board 

of Christian Education 

55 Dailey, J. A Newton Grove Newton Grove 

56 Davis, E. H Louisburg Superannuate 

57 Davis, F. R Grimeslan.d Grimesland 

58 Davis, H. L Richlands Jacksonville-Richlands 

59 Davis, T. E Carlisle. Pa Superannuate 

60 Dawson, R. G Burlington Webb Avenue-Holt 

61 Dawson, W. L Hemp Hemp 

62 Dimmette, J. W Aurora Aurora 

63 Dixon, F. E Dover Superannuate 

64 Dodd, E. D Norlina Norlina 

65 Dowd, O. W Oxford Oxford 

66 Downum. E. W South Mills South Mills 

67 Draper, J.T Warrenton Superannuate 

68 Dunn, M. C Bahama Bahama 

69 Durham, E. C Creedmoor Creedmoor 

70 Duval, K. F EUerbe Ellerbe 

71 Early, J. V Hillsboro Hillsboro 



14 North Carolina Annual Conference 



Name Post Office Appointment 

'Ci Karnhardt, D. K Louisburg President Louisburg College 

73 Edens, N. P Roseboro Roseboro 

74 Edwards, J. R Mt. Gilead Mt. Gilead 

75 Edwards, R. G. L Durham Branson 

76 Ellerbe, M. C Parkton Parkton 

77 Elliott, W. F Bridgeton Riverside-Bridgeton 

78 Eubank, G. S Pinetops McKendree 

79 Ewing, H. C Durham Superannuate 

80 Farrar, W. G Seaboard Seaboard 

81 Few, B. C Raleigh Edenton Street 

82 Fields, P. H Jonesboro Jonesboro 

S3 Fisher, E. B Roanoke Rapids Roanoke Rapids 

84 Fitts, R. N Robersonville Robersonville 

85 Fitzgerald, O. P Whiteville Whiteville 

86 Fouts, D. L, Scotland Neck Scotland Neck 

87 Frank, J. W Honcho, Tokuyama, Japan Missionary to Japan 

88 Frizzelle, J. H Wilmington Superannuate 

89 Gardner, M. R Kitty Hawk Kitty Hawk 

90 Gibbs, J. T Warrenton Superannuate 

91 Glass, H. I Burlington Front Street 

92 Glenn, E. C Greensboro Superannuate 

93 Goldston, C. W Rocky Mount Clark Street 

94 Grant, N. W Rocky Mount Marvin 

95 Grant, R. R Manteo Manteo 

96 Grant, T. McM Greenville Jarvis Memorial 

97 Greene, J. T Durham Rougemont 

98 Groves, A. J Sanford Superannuate 

99 Hall, E. M Southport Southport 

100 Hall, L. M Dunn Devine Street 

101 Hamilton, Guy Atlantic Superannuate 

102 Hardwick, O. L Raleigh Fairmont 

103 Harmon, J. C Leland Town Creek 

104 Harrell, J. W St. Paul St. Paul 

105 Harris, L. V Conway Conway 

106 Harris, H. L Maysville Maysville 

107 Harrison, E. N Windsor Windsor 

108 Harrison, R. S Poplar Branch Currituck 

109 Hathaway, O. L Wilmington Epworth-Wesley 

110 Hawkins, CM Laurinburg Superannuate 

111 Hayman, L. D Beaufort Beaufort 

112 Heath, C. F Siler City Siler City 

113 Hedden, F.D Raleigh Junior Preacher, Edenton St. 

114 Hendricks, H. L Laurinburg Laurinburg 

115 Herbert, J. F Rockingham Rockingham 

116 Hickman, F. S Durham Professor Duke University 

117 Hill, E. L Timberlake Mt. Tirzah 

118 Hillman, E. L New Bern Presiding Elder 

119 Hinson, O. I Enfield Enfleld-Whitakers 

120 Hix, C. E., Jr Oriental Oriental 

121 Hobbs, A. J Wilson First Church 

122 Hodges, M. F Laurinburg Caledonia 

123 Hough, T. B Swepsonville South Alamance 

124 Houston, B. H Morehead City Morehead City 

125 Hoyle, J. W., Sr Durham, Rt. 1 Superannuate 

126 Humble, J. C La Grange La Grange 

127 Hurley, B. T Red Springs Red Springs 

128 Hurley, J. B New Bern Superannuate 

129 Hurley, J. Bascom . . .Rowland Rowland 

130 Jackson, H. M Garner Superannuate 

131 Jenkins, T. R Mebane Mebane 

132 Jerome, C. P Raleigh Superannuate 

133 Jerome, R. L Wilmington Trinity 

134 Johnson, J. G Laurinburg Superannuate 

135 Johnson, N. B Tabor Citx Tabor City 

136 Johnson, Wade Halifax Halifax 

137 JoUifC, J. M Gatesville Gates 

138 Jones, C. A Hallsboro Hallsboro 

139 Jones, L. B Washington Washington 

140 Jones, W. C Greensboro Superannuate 

141 Joyce, J. L Gloucester Straits-Harlowe 

142 Joyner, F. B Chadbourn Chadbourn 

143 Joyner, L. H Jonesboro Superannuate 

144 Keeler, W. F West End West End 

145 Keller, A. F Durham Jr. Preacher, Trinity Church 

146 King, H. K Elizabeth City First Church 



Journal OF Proceedings 15 



Name Post Office Appointment 

147 Lance, H. B Durham, Guess Road Superannuate 

148 Dane, Daniel Durham Calvary 

149 Lanning-, J. H Roxboro Long- Memorial 

150 Larkin, L. C New Bern Centenary 

151 Lawrence, M. W Roxboro Person 

152 Lee, A. C Elizabeth City Pasquotank 

153 Lee, P. O Maxton Maxton 

154 Lee, T. W Roxboro Brooksdale 

155 Lewis, H. B Vanceboro Vanceboro 

156 Lewis, R. H Chulwon, Korea Missionary to Korea 

157 Lineberger, J. W Gibson St. Johns-Gibson 

158 Long, C. B Swansboro Swansboro 

159 Long, J. O Warrenton Warrenton 

160 Love, F. S Wilmington Grace 

161 Lowder, J. M Connelly Springs Superannuate 

162 Lowe, W. G Winfall Perquimans 

163 Ley, W. L Mt. Olive Mt. Olive-Calypso 

164 Lupton, F. A Rockingham, Rt. 5 Roberdel 

165 Maness, E. C Rose Hill Wallace-Rose Hill 

166 Maness, M. W Old Trap South Camden 

167 Martin, W. L Yanceyville YanceyviUe 

168 Martin, J. A Kittrell Tar River 

169 Martin, W. C Fayetteville Hay Street 

170 Massey, L. S Durham, Rt. 4 Superannuate 

171 Mathison, O. W Atlantic :^,^.'^P*^'*^ , 

172 Maxwell, S. A Williamston Williamston 

173 Mccracken, J. H Durham Superannuate 

174 McDonald. N. M Goldsboro Supernumerary 

175 McLamb, H. M Pink Hill Pink Hill 

176 McLamb, McD Rockingham Rockingham Circuit 

177 McRae, W. V Fayetteville Presiding Elder 

178 McWhorter, E. H. ... Raleigh Superannuate 

179 Meacham, B. F Mt. Gilead Mt. Gilead Circuit 

180 Measamer, E. H Dover 5°7®^ w 

181 Melton, O. C Columbia Columbia 

182 Mercer, S. E Franklinton Franklinton 

183 Merriman, T. M Hatteras Hatteras ■n^^^i^a-ir.r. 

184 Merritt, B. O Graham Graham-West Burlington 

185 Merritt, W. C Durham Superannuate 

186 Miller, J. H Hookerton Hookerton 

III Ser"s!' II ■■::■■■.: Su^^m ■::::::::::::::::: ai^s^or Duke university 

189 Nelson, C. D Decatur, Ga Sec. Fellowship Recon. 

Ill ^IZIZ. K: £::::::: : s^^I Quarter •::::::::::: ^^^JlT ouarter-Fairfieid 

192 Nicks, S. F Cedar Grove Cedar Grove 

193 Noblitt, F. B Marion, Rt. 2 Superannuate 

194 Ormond, J. Kern Princeton Princeton jTr^Hr^rcitv 

195 Ormond! J. M Durham Professor Duke University 

196 Overton, E. G Raleigh Sf "i^'^l t.,.vo TT,iWr«r«itv 

197 Overton! J. H., Jr. ... Durham Student Duke University 

198 Parker, A. J Raleigh R^P^^'^oV^fA® 

III Parrfs'i; t L lon'oollege " ! ! ! ! ! : ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ^urTingf on Circuit 

iS? ?a%Te?'^a.^er : 1 1 : l i ! ^A°"oiive ''t^u%ZlfTo^elr''''' 

202 Pattishall, L. B Garysburg Garysburg 

203 Peele, F. B Selma §,® • 1. 

204 Perry G. W Durham T/',"J, Jk,,,.., 

205 Petty, D. A Middleburg Sl'^wV^^ 

206 Phillips, C. N Shallotte Pf,-l'l"rp- 

207 Phillips, J. G Louisburg t °*^1 ? „ 

208 Phipps, W. T Littleton Prt N C Christian Advocate 

209 Plyler, M. T Durham Ed. N. C. cnrisiian ^uvcca c 

210 Poe, J. R Aulander ^t" t ^™tr.T, 

211 Poo e, L T lackson S^jl^J^^JP^irter 

212 Porter H B Durham Presiding Elder 

213 Potter! J. W Raleigh Superannuate 

lit ?r°^^c!^r,^c:i ::!:!:::§lffrrr.!!::!:!!:::::!::::sK°5xford orphanage 
ir7 Kes^- j^mV :::!::!! ^^tT^T^'^^' "• : : $r^l=lt 

218 Richmond, I. S Erwin w!!i" „. 

219 Robbins, C. W Fremont w^Mnn 

220 Robinson, B. P Weldon ^^^Ju 

221 Robinson, J. D Bath -.^^Bath ,.. . 



16 



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Name 



Post Office 



Appointment 



222 Rogers, C. T Rosemary . . . . 

223 Royall, W. R Troy 

224 Ruark, H. G Tarboro 

225 Russell, J. A Hamlet 

226 Russell, Leon Raleigh 

227 Sawyer, L. E Belhaven 

228 Self, Marvin Y West Durham . 

229 Shamburger, F. M. . . Oxford 

230 Sharpe, D. M Hertford 

231 Shore, J. H Roxboro 

232 Shuller, E. R Warrenton 

233 Sikes, T. A Ayden 

234 Singleton, L. T Bailey 

235 Slaughter, B. B Elizabeth City 

236 Smith, H. C Durham 

237 Smith, J. L Ahoskie 

238 Sneeden, J. W Wanchese . . . . 

239 Spence, H. E Durham 

240 Stack, E L Washington . . 

241 Stanford, J. T Roper 

242 Starling, G. B Grifton 

243 Starnes. J. F Stem 

244 Starnes, S. J Aberdeen 

245 Stephenson, M. O Durham 

246 Stevens, W. R White Oak 

247 Stott, J. D 



. . 22 Sasa Machi, 
Uwajima, Japan 

, . .Stedman 

. ..Lumberton 



248 Strawbridge, I. J. 

249 Strickland, N. B. 

250 Tew, W. A Stonewall 

251 Tharpe, J. A Harmony 

252 Thompson, A. C Battleboro 

253 Thompson, A. L Faison 

254 Thompson, J. B Goldsboro 

255 Thrift, C. T ■. Plymouth 

256 Thrift, C. T., Jr Georgetown, Texas 

257 Tilley, L. A Spring Hope 

258 Towe, William Rocky Mount 

259 Townsend, W. H High Point 

260 Trawick, W. F Biscoe 

261 Traynham, D. D Leasburg 

262 Tuttle, D. H Smithfield 

263 Underwood, W. J Goldston 

264 Usry, J. F Chadbourn 

265 Vale, C. E Murfreesboro 

266 Vaughan, "W. N Gates 

267 Vickers, T. G Lumberton 

268 "Walston, R. E Tyner 

269 Walters, M. M Mamers 

270 Walters, W. F Burgaw 

271 Ware, R. Dwight Rocky Mount 

272 Warren, M. W Youngsville 

273 Watson, W. J Stumpy Point 

274 Watts, L. A Carthage 

275 Weathers, E. D Elizabeth City 

276 Whedbee, J. C Benson 

277 Williams, A. M Milton 

278 Williams. J. C Fayetteville 

279 Wilson, N. H. D Chapel Hill 

280 Wilson. W. C Nashville 

281 "Womack, C. P Durham 

282 W^oodall, P. D Stantonsburg 

283 Wright, J. M Jackson 

284 Wright, N. M Lillington 

285 Tearby, N. C Elm City 

286 Young, J. D Pittsboro 



. Rosemary 

.Troy 

, Tarboro 

, Hamlet 

, Hayes-Barton 

. Belhaven-Pantego 

.West Durham 

. Superannuate 

. Hertford 

. Superannuate 

. Warren 

. Ayden 

. Bailey 

. Presiding Elder 

. Duke Memorial 

.Ahoskie 

.Wanchese 

. Professor Duke University 

. Superannuate 

.Roper 

. Grifton 

• Stem 

. Aberdeen -Vass 

. Lakewood 

. Bladen 

.Missionary to Japan 

. Stedman 

.Lumberton Circuit 

. Pamlico 

. Superannuate 

. Battleboro 

. Faison-Kenansville 

. Goldsboro Circuit 

. Plymouth 

. Prof. Southwestern Uni. 

. Spring Hope 

. Superannuate 

. Superannuate 

. Superannuate 

. Leasburg 

. Superannuate 

.Goldston 

. Superannuate 

. Murfreesboro-Winton 

. North Gates 

. Chestnut Street 

. Chowan 

. Mamers 

. Burgaw 

. First Church 

. Youngsville 

. Stumpy Point-Dare 

. Carthage 

. City Road 

. Benson 

. Milton 

.Fayetteville Circuit 

. Superannuate 

. Nashville 

. Carr 

. Stantonsburg 

. Superannuate 

.Lillington 

. Elm City 

.Pittsboro 



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Local Preachers Supplying Work 



Name 



Post Office 



Appointment 



1 Barfield, R. W Seven Springs 

2 Boone, Daniel Walstonburg . 

3 Cotton, M. E Avon 

4 Freeman, W. J Scott's Hill . . . 

5 Hartz, E. H Durham 

6 Holder, Ray Moncure 

7 Hewett, L,. M Glendon 

8 Page, J. W Broadway 

9 Parker, C. P Rocky Mount . 

10 Peacock, C. B Nashville 

11 Reichard, J. C Bynum 

12 Rickard, H. C Raleigh 

13 Robertson, M. S Raleigh 

14 Wood, G. C Council 

15 Worthington, J. K Henderson . . . . 

16 Wright, C. K Lake Landing 



. Seven Springs 

. Walstonburg 

. Kinnakeet 

. Scott's Hill 

.East Roxboro-Longhurst 

. Moncure 

. Glendon 

. Broadway 

. St. Paul 

. Sandy Cross 

. Bynum 

. Epworth 

. Jenkins Memorial 

. Carver's Creek 

. City Road-White Memorial 

. Mattamuskeet 



Local Preachers 



DURHAM DISTRICT 

F. S. Aldridge (E) Durham 

J. W. Clegg (B) Greensboro 

R. Hibberd (D) Durham 

P. H. Massey (D) Durham 

W. B. Green (D) Graham 

J. C. Dailey Durham 

F. F. Loftin (D) Durham 

S. J. Williams Hillsboro 

J. D. Leigh, Jr Graham 

E. H. Hartz Roxboro 

J. C. Reichard Durham 

Robert Lee Nicks Cedar Grove 

Ray Holder Moncure 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT ^^ 

J. R. Jolliff Belvidere 

W. T. Lewis Chapanoke 

D. J. Spruill Columbia 

M. E. Cotton Avon 

J. M. Whitson South Mills 

C. K. Wright Lake Landing 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 

J. M. Poole (D) Southern Pines 

Dr. D. H. Read (D) Maxlon 

R. W. Townsend (D) Rowlanl 

A. B. Yarborough Laurel Hill 

J. H. Bowen Hamlet 

Herman Brady High Falls 

R. S. Cody Broadway 

L. M. Hewett Glendon 

J. W. Page Broadway 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 

J. M. Carraway Merrimon 

R. W. Barfield Seven Springs 

Samuel Leffler Gloucester 

E. R. Swindell Morehead City 

W. F. Cheek (D) R. F. D., Newport 

Kermit Wheeler Kinston 



RALEIGH DISTRICT. 

E. W. Glass (E) Raleigh 

H. C. Rickard Raleigh 

M. S. Roberson Raleigh 

Thomas C. Amick Louisburg 

C. R. Breedin, Jr Kittrell 

R. D. Daniel (D) Rt. 2, Oxford 

J. S. Edwards Princeton 

John Hester Raleigh 

Leslie- W. Hewlitt Wake Forest 

Philip Schwartz (E) Raleigh 

N. J. Williams Duke Uni., Durham 

J. K. Worthington Henderson 

A. H. Guy (D) Knightdale 

ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 

C. B. Peacock Nashville 

J. A. Cooper Gupton 

C. P. Parker Rocky Mount 

A. W. Oakes Weldon 

Haywood Harrell Rich Square 

J. V. Knight Rocky Mount 

Daniel Boone Walstonburg 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

G. B. Webster (E) Wilmington 

A. B. Grumpier (E) Clinton 

W. J. DuBois (D) Lumberton 

W. B. Ward Clarendon 

J. R. Regan Atkinson 

Kenneth Johnson Elizabethtown 

E. J. Lewis Sneeds Ferry 

W. J. Freeman Scott's Hill 

G. C. Wood Council 



(E) stands for Elder, (D) stands 
for Deacon. 



Journal of Proceedings 



FIRST DAY 
Q • Wednesday y November 17 y 1937. 

The North Carolina Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, convened in its one hundred and first annual session in Edenton 
Street Church, Raleigh, North Carolina, on Wednesday evening, 
November 17, at 7:30 p. m., Bishop Paul B. Kern, presiding. 

Religious Services: 

The Bishop conducted the devotional service and organized the 
Conference. 

Organization : 

T. M. Grant was elected Secretary; W. H. Brown, E. L. Hillman, 
A. J. Hobbs, Assistant Secretaries; W. C. Wilson, Statistical Secretary; 
and R. M. Price, Assistant Statistical Secretary. 

Bar of the Conference: 

On motion, the main auditorium of the church was constituted the 
bar of the Conference. 

Hours of Meeting and Adjourning: 

On motion, it was ordered that the hours of meeting and adjourn- 
ing be fixed as follows: meet at 9 a. m. and adjourn at 1 p. m. 

Substitutions on Boards and Committees: 

B. B. Slaughter, for the Cabinet, announced the following for 
substitutions on boards and committees: T. A. Smithwick in place of 
J. J. Brothers on the Board of Finance; H. I. Glass in place of E. L. 
Hillman on Commission on Budget; B. W. Evans in place of Z. W. 
Evans on the Orphanage Committee. 

Conference Program Committee: 

B. B. Slaughter, for the Cabinet, announced the Secretary of the 
Bishop's Cabinet, J. H. Barnhardt, and E. C. Few as a Conference 
Program Committee. 



Journal OF Proceedings 19 

The Committee on Public Worship: 

J. H. Earnhardt, E. C. Few, S. J. Starnes, Leon Russell, and 
C. A. Dillon were named as a Committee on Public Worship. 

Aldersgate Committee: 

The Bishop announced H. C. Smith, F. S. Love, T. M. Grant, 
R. E. Brown, Dr. W. K. Greene, W. L. Knight, and D. U. Sandlin 
as an Aldersgate Committee. 

Minute Committee: 

The Conference, on motion, authorized a Committee on Minutes 
to read and correct the minutes. 

Question 17: 

Question 17, "What traveling preachers and what local preachers 
have been elected deacons?" was called. The characters of Worth 
Bagley Cotton and Willis Roswell Stevens were passed and they were 
continued in the class of the second year. Howard McKinnon McLamb 
and Graham Stanford Eubank, having passed the Committee on Ad- 
missions, and their characters having been passed, were elected to 
deacon's orders, and advanced to the class of the third year. Floyd 
Vance Spence, his character having passed, was discontinued at his own 
request. Dwight Lang Fouts, having passed the Committee on Examin- 
ation and the Committee on Admissions, and being a deacon, was 
advanced to the class of the third year. 

Question 17: 

Question 17, "What local preachers have been elected deacons?" 
was called, and answered, no one. 

Introductions : 

Rev. W. L. Hutchins and Rev. R. L. Ownbey, of the Western 
North Carolina Conference; Mr. Boyd M. McKeown, of the General 
Board of Christian Education; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vassar, of 
Greensboro College, were introduced to the Conference. 

Aldersgate Address: 

Dr. W. T. Watkins, of Emory University, delivered to the Con- 
ference the Aldersgate address. 

E. C. Few made announcements, and the Conference adjourned 
with the benediction by Dr. Watkins. 



20 North Carolina Annual Conference 

SECOND DAY 

Thursday J N ovember 18, 1937. 
Question 6: 

Bishop Kern called the Conference to order at 9:00 a. m., and 
conducted the devotional service. He addressed the class to be admitted 
into full connection. Howard McKinnon McLamb, Graham Stanford 
Eubank, and Dwight Lang Fonts, on motion, were received into full 
connection. 

Roll Call: 

On motion, it was voted that the preachers and lay delegates record 
their attendance by handing in their names. All were present except: 

CLERICAL 

R. E. Atkinson, G. H. Biggs, H. C. Ewing, J. W. Frank, J. T. Gibbs, E. C. 
Glenn, Guy Hamilton, C. M. Hawkins, W. C. Jones, R. H. Lewis, N. M. Mc- 
Donald, J. H. Miller, F. B. Noblitt, A. J. Parker, L. B. Pattishall, J. M. Rhodes, 
J. D. Stott, W. H. Townsend, W. F. Trawick, and J. F. Usry. 

LAY 

W. L. Smith, H. C. Clegg, J. W. Cole, R. P. Wagner, E. A. Crawford, 
Mrs. Taylor Long, J. F. Elliott, Mrs. J. T. Womble, O. H. Brown, A. P. 
Godwin, D. L. Berry, D. H. McLeod, Mrs. E. P. Jones, G. O. Mullinix, Mrs. 
Jesse Hogan, B. A. Edens, Dr. R. T. Nichols, L. W. Edwards, W. B. Graham, 
J. B. Exum, Dr. W. H. Cobb, Marvin Aldridge, B. F. Eason, A. W. Byrd, R. W. 
Jones, E. J. Cheatham, J. A. Turner, J. B. Womble, Mrs. T. E. Radcliff, E. R. 
Watson, J. W. Grant, J. G. Madry, C. L. Lewis, C. G. Moore, W. P. Pitts, 
W. C. Adkins, Mrs. S. M. Thompson, H. B. Council, and Abel Warren. 

Question 22 : 

Question 22 was called, "Are all the preachers blameless in their 
life and official administration?" The following passed the examina- 
tion of character, and the name of each was referred to the Committee 
on Conference Relations for the superannuate relation: T. S. Coble, 
L. S. Massey, N. H. D. Wilson, W. F. Craven, J. H. McCracken, 
H. E. Lance, J. W. Hoyle, Sr., J. H. Shore, L. H. Joyner, G. T. 
Adams, A. J. Groves, W. H. Townsend, J. B. Hurley, J. G. Johnson, 
C. M. Hawkins, C. H. Caviness, J. D. Bundy, F. B. Noblitt, J. W. 
Autry, R. E. Atkinson, C. L. Read, G. H. Biggs, W. H. Brown, 
R. A. Bruton, Guy Hamilton, H. C. Ewing, E. H. McWhorter, H. M. 
Jackson, D. H. Tuttle, J. W. Potter, E. H. Davis, F. M. Shamburger, 
A. J. Parker, C. P. Jerome, E. C. Glenn, J. T. Gibbs, William Towe, 



Journal OF Proceedings 21 

J. M. Rhodes, J. M. Wright, J. M. Lowder, J. F. Usry, J. H. Friz- 
zelle, and W. C. Jones. 

N. M. McDonald passed the examination of character and was 
referred to the Committee on Conference Relations for the super- 
numerary relation. 

Question 10: 

Question 10 was called, "Who are received from other churches 
as traveling preachers?" R. Z. Newton was received from the Meth- 
odist Episcopal Church. 

Substitutions of Lay Delegates: 

Durham District: J. O. Gunn in place of C. L. Eubanks, and W. K. 
Greene in place of Miss Florine Robertson. 

New Bern District: Manley Fulcher in place of L. A. Mann, R. E. Cox 
in place of Wesley Austin, and A. C. Edwards in place of W. I. Austin. 

Wilmington District: J. E. WiUoughby in place of Jesse Fussell, and 
C. E. Quinn in place of Mrs. R. L. Foy. 

Ballot for Delegates to General Conference: 

The Bishop announced the following as tellers: Clerical: D. A. 
Clarke, Secretary, D. L. Fouts, J. W. Sneeden, T. B. Hough, J. H. 
Lanning, G. S. Eubank, H. L. Harris, R. G. Dawson, A. E. Brown; 
Lay: W. L. Knight, Secretary, W. C. Chauncey, J. L. Becton, C. G. 
Morris, Gurney P. Hood, I. C. Wright, J. H. Waldrop, C. G. Cobb, 
W. C. Chadwick. 

After the Bishop had announced that the Conference was entitled 
to nine clerical and nine lay delegates the first ballot was taken. 

Order of the Day: 

On motion, 1 1 :30 a. m. today was made the order of the day, for 
taking the vote on Unification. 

Question 3 : 

Question 3, "Who remain on triaLf"' was called. Johnnie Thomas 
Greene, Waldo Forrest Keeler, John Robert Poe, John Dee Robinson, 
Benjamin Franklin Meacham, William Addison Crow, Ramsey Leon 
Crossno, Nicholas Warnum Grant, Claude Dalton Nelson, and Charles 
Tinsley Thrift, Jr., having passed the Committee on Examination, 
and their characters having been passed, were advanced to the class of 
the second year. 



22 North Carolina Annual Conference 

The characters of Clarence Eugene Hix, Jr., Matt Ransom Gard- 
ner, and Murray Moses Walters were passed, and they were continued 
in the class of the first year. 

Returned Missionary: 

Mrs. R. M. Paty, Jr., a returned missionary from China, addressed 
the Conference, after which an offering for China Relief was taken. 
It amounted to $283.18. 

Resolutions Concerning China: 

W. A. Cade offered resolutions relative to the conditions existing 
in China, and they were adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Order of the Day : 

The hour for the order of the day having arrived, the Conference 
took the vote on Unification. The result: 294 for Unification and 7 
against it. 

Address: 

Mr. Boyd M. McKeown, representing the General Board of Chris- 
tian Education, addressed the Conference. 

Memorial Service: 

Question 14 was called, "What preachers have died during the 
year?" The Secretary announced the deaths of J. J. Barker, Rufus 
Bradley, D. N. Caviness, W. R. Hardesty, S. A. Nettles, A. W. Price, 
T. H. Sutton, A. D. Wilcox, and W. G. Pilcher. 

The Secretary also read the names of preachers' wives who have 
died during the year: Mrs. N. E. Coltrane, Mrs. J. H. Frizzelle, Mrs. 
J. A. Hornaday, Mrs. J. M. Rhodes, Mrs. J. B. Hurley, Mrs. W. H. 
Moore, and Mrs. Daniel Reid. 

The devotional service was conducted by the Bishop, assisted by 
J. F. Herbert, E. L. Hillman, and Walter Vassar. 

The memorial address was delivered by A. J. Hobbs. 

Announcements were made, and the Conference adjourned to meet 
at 3:00 p. m. for hearing the result of the first ballot for delegates 
to the General Conference, and for taking another ballot. 

The benediction was pronounced by W. R. Royall. 



Journal of Proceedings 23 

SECOND DAY— AFTERNOON SESSION 

Thursday^ November 18, 1937. 

Conference convened at 3:00 p. m.. Bishop Kern in the chair. 

Result of First Clerical Ballot: 

On the first ballot the following were elected delegates to the 
General Conference: E. C. Few, E. L. Hillman, J. M. Ormond, 
T. M. Grant. 

Result of First Lay Ballot: 

On the first ballot the following were elected lay delegates to the 
General Conference: W. P. Few, W. L. Knight, and J. F. Bruton. 

Ballot No. 2 for Delegates to General Conference: 

The Conference took its second vote for clerical and lay delegates 
to the General Conference. 

Night Meeting : 

On motion, the Conference ordered that when it adjourn, it do 
so to meet at 7:30 p. m., to hear the result of the second ballot. 

Introductions: 

J. B. Craven, W. W. Peele, and B. C. Reavis, from the Western 
North Carolina Conference, and I. S. McElroy, of the American 
Bible Society, were introduced to the Conference. 

Minute Committee: 

The Bishop announced L. C. Larkin and A. S. Parker as the 
Minute Committee. 

Greetings: 

On motion, the Secretary was instructed to send a message of 
greetings and felicitations to the Baptist State Convention now in session 
in Wilmington, North Carolina. 

Conference adjourned with the benediction by J. B. Craven, of 
the Western North Carolina Conference. 



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SECOND DAY— EVENING SESSION 

Thursday, November 18, 1937. 

Conference convened at 7:30 p. m., Bishop Kern presiding. 

Result of Second Clerical Ballot: 

B. B. Slaughter was elected as a clerical delegate to the General 
Conference. 

Result of Second Lay Ballot: 

W. K. Greene, Cale K. Burgess, J. L, Becton, W. C. Chadwick, 
were elected as lay delegates to the General Conference. 

Third Ballot for Delegates: 

Conference entered upon a third ballot for delegates to the General 
Conference. 

Anniversary of the Board of Christian Education: 

At the conclusion of the balloting, the Board of Christian Educa- 
tion held its anniversary, with Bishop Kern as the principal speaker, 
after which the Conference adjourned with benediction by the Bishop. 

THIRD DAY 

Friday, November 19, 1937. 

Bishop Kern opened the morning session at nine o'clock and con- 
ducted a brief devotional service. 

Minutes: 

The Committee on Minutes reported that the minutes of all previ- 
ous sessions had been examined and approved. 

Greetings Received: 

The Secretary read a telegram of greetings and felicitations to this 
Conference from the Baptist State Convention. 

The Bishop read a like message from Hon. Josephus Daniels, 
Ambassador to Mexico. 



Journal of Proceedings 25 

Telegrams of Sympathy: 

The Secretary was ordered to send messages of sympathy to Rev. 
J. H. Miller and Rev. L. B. Pattishall, who are sick at home. 

A message was ordered sent to Hon. Josephus Daniels, giving the 
result of the vote on Unification. 

Leave of Absence: 

W. C. Merritt and E. R. Clegg were granted leave of absence. 

Report of Orphanage Board: 

W. C. Wilson read the report of the Orphanage Board. Bishop 
Kern spoke to the report, which was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Committee on Memorials: 

The Bishop announced the Committee on Memorials to the Gen- 
eral Conference as follows: J. M. Ormond, H. I. Glass, J. L. Cun- 
inggim, R. E. Brown, W. P. Few, J. F. Bruton, and W. C. Chad- 
wick. 

Result of Third Vote for Delegates: 

The Bishop announced that there had been no election of clerical 
or lay delegates. 

Question 22: 

Question 22 was called. The name of every preacher of the Con- 
ference which had not already been called was called, and, it being 
stated that there was nothing against any of them, the characters of 
all were passed. 

The following were referred to the Committee on Conference 
Relations for the superannuate relation: L. M. Chaffin, T. E. Davis, 
J. A. Tharpe, J. T. Draper, F. E. Dixon, W. C. Merritt, E. L. Stack, 
and W. F. Trawick. 

Introduction : 

D. T. Poindexter, donor of the Poindexter Memorial Building 
to Edenton Street Church in the city of Raleigh, was introduced to 
the Conference and thanked for his generosity. 



26 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Introduction : 

Mr. W. F. White, representative of our Publishing House, was 
introduced and spoke to the Conference. He presented the Conference 
with a check for $3,929.44 for our superannuate fund, our share of 
the profits of our Pubh'shing House. 

Offering: 

An oflrering for W. F. Trawick, amounting to $139.50, was taken. 

Result of Fourth Ballot: 

On the fourth ballot for clerical delegates to the General Confer- 
ence, W. L. Clegg, J. H. Earnhardt, and A. J. Hobbs were elected. 
Gurney P. Hood was elected a lay delegate on the fourth lay ballot. 
The fifth ballot was taken immediately. 

Introductions : 

Dr. W. J. Plint, District Superintendent in the Blue Ridge-Atlantic 
Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, and Miss Zoe Anna Davis, 
student worker at East Carolina Teachers College, Greenville, were 
introduced to the Conference. 

Bible Society Board: 

W. G. Farrar read the report of the Bible Society Board. I. S. 
McElroy, District Manager of the Society, spoke to the report. The 
report was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Greetings: 

Dr. T. J. Whitehead, pastor of the Methodist Protestant Church 
in Henderson, brought greetings from the Methodist Protestant Con- 
ference. Dr. W. J. Plint, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, brought 
greetings from the Blue Ridge-Atlantic Conference of his church. 

Introductions : 

Miss Sallie Lou McKinnon, Mrs. Clyde R. Hoey, and Miss Lelia 
Tuttle were introduced to the Conference. 

Result of Fifth Ballot: 

On the fifth ballot, H. C. Smith was elected as a clerical delegate 
to the General Conference, and C. G. Morris as a lay delegate. 



Journal of Proceedings 27 

Alternate Delegates: 

On motion, the Conference ordered that five alternate clerical and 
five alternate lay delegates be elected, and the conference entered into 
the election. 

Afternoon Session: 

On motion, it was ordered that when the Conference adjourn, it 
do so to meet this afternoon at 3:30. 

Memorials : 

T. G. Vickers read a memorial concerning superannuating stewards. 
W. T. Phipps read a memorial concerning equalizing the pastors' 
salaries. Both memorials were referred to the Committee on Memorials. 

Telegram: 

A telegram from our Mission Board, concerning conditions in 
China, was read by the Bishop. 
Announcements were read. 
The Conference adjourned with the benediction by S. J. Starnes. 

THIRD DAY— AFTERNOON SESSION 

Friday y November 19 y 1937. 

Conference convened at 3:30 p. m.. Bishop Kern presiding, and 
conducting the devotional service. 

Committee on Aldersgate Commemoration: 

F. S. Love read the report of the Committee on Aldersgate Com- 
memoration. Dr. H. P. Myers, from Nashville, Tennessee, represent- 
ing the Board of Missions, spoke to the report, as did Bishop Kern. 
Many laymen rededicated their lives to this experience. The report 
was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Conference adjourned with benediction by H. I. Glass. 

FOURTH DAY 

Saturday y November 20, 1937. 

Conference convened at 9:15 a. m.. Bishop Kern presiding, and 
conducting the devotional service. 



28 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Minutes: 

The Committee on Minutes reported that the minutes of the last 
session had been examined and approved. 

Telegram : 

The Bishop read a telegram from Hon. Josephus Daniels, and by 
order of the Conference, it was recorded in the minutes. (See Ap- 
pendix.) 

Report of Board of Church Extension: 

M. Y. Self read the report of the Board of Church Extension, and 
it was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Called to Chair: 

The Bishop called H. C. Smith to the chair. Rev. Trela D. Collins, 
Secretary of the North Carolina Council of Churches, was introduced, 
Mr. Collins addressed the Conference in the interest of the Council. 

Board of Christian Literature: 

A. P. Brantley read the report of the Board of Christian Literature. 
M. T. Plyler and W. P. Few spoke to the report. It was adopted. 
(See Appendix.) 

Report of Committee on Memorials: 

R. E. Brown read the report of the Committee concerning Equal- 
izing Pastors' Salaries and Superannuating Stewards. The Committee 
reported non-concurrence. The report was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

District Conference Records: 

C. P. Womack read the report of the Committee on District Con- 
ference Records. It was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Report of Conference Trustees: 

M. T. Plyler read the report of the Board of Conference Trus- 
tees, and it goes to record. (See Appendix.) 

Resumes Chair: 

Bishop Kern took the chair again. 

Board of Christian Education: 

J. G. Phillips read report No. 1 of the Board of Christian Educa- 
tion. It was adopted. (See Appendix.) 



Journal of Proceedings 29 

Result of First Ballot for Alternate Delegates: 

On the first ballot for alternate delegates to the General Confer- 
ence H. B. Porter and M. T. Plyler were elected as clerical alternates; 
and as lay alternates Judge Paul Frizzelle and C. A. Dillon were elect- 
ed. Bishop Kern named Gurney P. Hood in place of W. L. Knight as 
Secretary of lay tellers. 

Board of Lay Activities: 

F. S. Aldridge read reports No. 1 and No. 2 of the Board of Lay 
Activities, and they were adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Question 15: 

Question 15 was called, "Who are the deacons of one year?" 
Millard Charles Dunn, Charles Burrington Long, Marion Osborne 
Stephenson, Robert Edward Walston, Russell Sage Harrison, Joyce 
Virgil Early, and Robert Nicholson Fitts, having passed the Examining 
Committee, were advanced to the class of the fourth year. 

Question 19: 

Question 19 was called, "What traveling preachers and what local 
preachers have been elected elders?" James Worth Lineberger, Charles 
Edward Vale, Madison Ward Maness, William Alton Tew, James 
Doyne Young, Cleo Wade Goldston, John Leroy Joyce, and Arnold 
Chester Thompson, having passed the Examining Committee, and 
their characters having been passed, were elected to elder's orders. 

The character of Ralph Henry Lewis (now in Korea) was passed, 
and, being an elder, he was not elected to orders, but was continued 
in the class of the fourth year. 

Marcus Earl Cunningham's character was passed, and he was con- 
tinued in the fourth year. 

No local preacher was elected to elder's orders. 

Question 1: 

Question 1 was called, "Who are admitted on trial?" Herman 
Theophilus Coley, Albert Freed Keller, John Kern Ormond, William 
Kenneth Barrs, James Hardy Overton, Jr., Thomas Marion Merri- 
man, Henry Barton Lewis, and Ovie Wilson Mathison, having passed 
the Examining Committee, and being recommended by their respective 
District Conferences or District Licensing Committees, were admitted 
on trial. 



30 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Leslie Leamon Parrish was a special case, from the standpoint of 
education. By a two-thirds vote of the Conference, he was admitted. 

Result of Second Ballot for Alternate Delegates: 

On the second ballot for alternate delegates to the General Confer- 
ence, J. M. Culbreth was elected as an alternate clerical delegate. Miss 
Sallie Lou McKinnon and C. G. Cobb were elected as alternate lay 
delegates. 

Memorials Referred: 

A memorial with reference to certain representatives on the Board 
of Christian Education, and one with reference to officials on the Book 
Committee were referred to the Committee on Memorials. 

Special Privilege: 

Dr. W. P. Few was recognized on a matter of personal privilege, 
and presented to Bishop Paul B. Kern a silver service in grateful 
appreciation of his presidency of our Conference for the past four 
years. 

Bishop Kern, with great feeling, accepted the gift. 

Resolutions on Temperance: 

J. F. Herbert read resolutions concerning temperance. They were 
deferred until the evening session of the Conference. 

Evening Session: 

On motion, the Conference ordered that when it adjourns this 
morning's session, it do so to meet at 7:30 this evening. 

Paper on Support of Superannuates: 

T. M, Grant read a paper concerning better support for the super- 
annuates. The paper was laid on the table until the evening session. 

Leave of Absence: 

Henry G. Ruark and Claud Nelson were granted leave of absence. 

Time Extended: 

On motion, the Conference extended the time for adjournment 
until 1:15 p. m. in order to hear Dr. H. P. Myers' address on Missions. 



Journal OF Proceedings 31 

Ballot No. 3 for Alternate Delegates: 

The Bishop announced that on the third ballot F. S. Love and 
F. S, Hickman had been elected as alternate clerical delegates, and 
A. M. Noble as alternate lay delegate, completing the required number. 

Announcements were made, and the Conference adjourned with 
the benediction by W. A. Cade. 

FOURTH DAY— EVENING SESSION 

Saturday J N ovember 20 y 1937. 

Conference convened at 7:30 p. m., Bishop Kern presiding, and 
conducting the devotional service. 

Report of Committee on Temperance: 

The report read this morning by J. F. Herbert was adopted. (See 
Appendix. ) 

Graph of Work of Conference for Past 10 Years: 

The Bishop displayed a chart of the financial work of the Confer- 
ence during the past ten years and encouraged us to try to give our 
benevolences better support. 

Board of Christian Education: 

J. G. Phillips read a supplement to report No. 1. It was adopted. 
J. G. Phillips read a third report. It was adopted. J. G. Phillips read 
a resolution concerning Louisburg College. It was adopted. (See 
Appendix.) 

Resolution Concerning Louisburg College: 

C. K. Proctor read a resolution regarding refinancing the Louisburg 
College debt. It was approved. (See Appendix.) 

Report No. 1 of the Board of Missions: 

J. M. Ormond read reports No. 1 and No. 2 of the Board of 
Missions, and they were adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Resolution on World Peace: 

J. M. Culbreth read a resolution concerning World Peace. It was 
approved. (See Appendix.) 



32 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Resolution on Constitutional Amendment Concerning War: 

R. D. Ware read a resolution on a Constitutional Amendment 
concerning war. It was approved. (See Appendix.) 

Report of Joint Commission: 

M. T. Plyler read the report of the Joint Commission on Wesley 
Foundation work at Chapel Hill and College Place Churches, and 
it was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Report of Board of Finance: 

L. T. Singleton read the report of the Board of Finance, and it 
was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Question No. 8: 

Question No. 8 was called, "Who are readmitted?" Answer: no 
one. 

Question No. 1 1 : 

Question No. 11, "Who are located this year?" was called, and 
answered, no one. 

Question No. 12: 

Question 12, "Who have withdrawn or been expelled?" was called, 
and answered, no one. 

Question No. 47: 

Question No. 47 was called, "Where shall the next session of the 
Conference be held?" H. K. King extended an invitation from First 
Church, Elizabeth City, and it was unanimously accepted. 

Appreciation of Tickets to Football Game: 

On motion of A. J. Hobbs, the Secretary was instructed to send 
a message to the Dean of State College expressing the gratitude of the 
preachers of this Conference for the free tickets to the Duke-State 
football game, played this afternoon. 

Vote on Discontinuance Reconsidered: 

On motion, the vote to discontinue Floyd Vance Spence was re- 
considered. The Conference then elected him to deacon's orders and, 
as requested, discontinued him. 






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Support of Superannuates: 

T. M. Grant explained the paper read this morning on support for 
superannuates. The paper was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Financial Secretary: 

On nomination, W. L. Clegg was elected as Financial Secretary 
for the Superannuate Fund to be raised as proposed in paper above. 

Rearrangement of Charges: 

C. P. Womack read a report of the Committee on Rearrangement 
of Charges. It was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Report of Committee on Memorials: 

The Committee reported, recommending non-concurrence in the 
memorials seeking a change in the method of electing the Book Com- 
mittee, and the one pertaining to certain representatives on Board of 
Christian Education. The report of the Committee was adopted. 

Conference adjourned with the benediction by the Bishop. 

FIFTH DAY— AFTERNOON SESSION 

Sunday, November 21, 1937. 

Bishop Kern opened the Conference at 3:00 p. m. A number of 
parents presented their children for baptism by the Bishop. 

Ordination Service: 

Rev. W. D. Gleaton, presiding elder of the Sumter District, South 
Carolina Conference, preached the ordination sermon. 

At the conclusion of the sermon, three young men having been 
elected deacons, were ordained deacons by Bishop Kern: Howard Mc- 
Kinnon McLamb, Graham Stanford Eubank, and Floyd Vance Spence. 

Following the ordination of the deacons, James Worth Lineberger, 
Charles Edward Vale, Madison Ward Maness, William Alton Tew, 
James Doyne Young, Cleo Wade Goldston, John Leroy Joyce, and 
Arnold Chester Thompson were ordained elders. Bishop Kern was 
assisted in this service by the presiding elders. 

Conference adjourned with the benediction by Rev. W. D. Gleaton. 



34 North Carolina Annual Conference 

FIFTH DAY— EVENING SESSION 

Sunday, November 21, 1937. 

Bishop Kern called the Conference to order at 8:00 p. m., follow- 
ing a sermon by Rev. G. Ray Jordan, of the Western North Carolina 
Conference. 

Minutes : 

The Committee on Minutes was given authority to examine and 
approve the minutes of the evening session without reporting to the 
Conference. 

Change in Louisburg College Report: 

By common consent the Secretary was instructed to add a phrase 
to the Louisburg College report indicating Conference responsibility 
in connection with efforts being made to liquidate the college indebted- 
ness. 

Committee on Temperance: 

Bishop Kern announced J. Marvin Culbreth as Chairman of the 
presiding elders' Committee on Temperance. 

Commission on Budget: 

F. S. Aldridge read the report of the Commission on Budget. It 
was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Statistical Report: 

T. M. Grant read the report of the Statistical Secretary. (See Ap- 
pendix.) 

Committee on Conference Relations: 

J. C. Whedbee read the report of the Committee on Conference 
Relations. It was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

Resolution of Thanks: 

A. P. Brantley read a resolution thanking Edenton Street Church 
for the gracious manner in which the Conference has been entertained. 
It was approved by standing vote. (See Appendix.) 



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Changes in Boundaries: 

B. B. Slaughter read the report of the changes in boundaries. (See 
Changes in Boundaries.) 

Question 9: 

Question 9 was called, "Who are received by transfer from other 
Conferences?" The Bishop announced that S. A. Maxwell, an elder, 
from the Kentucky Conference, and O. L. Hardwick, a deacon in the 
class of the third year, from the South Carolina Conference, had been 
transferred to this Conference. 

Question 13: 

Question 13 was called, "Who are transferred to other Confer- 
ences?" The Bishop announced the transfer of R. M. Price, an elder, 
to the Kentucky Conference. 

Question 48: 

Question 48 was called, "Where are the preachers stationed this 
year?" The appointments were read by Bishop Kern. (See Appoint- 
ments.) 

Conference adjourned sine die with the benediction by Bishop Kern. 

PAUL B. KERN, President, 
THOMAS McM. GRANT, Secretary. 



36 North Carolina Annual Conference 

CHANGES IN BOUNDARIES 



DURHAM DISTRICT 

Take Andrews and Soapstone from Andrews-Massey Charge and place with 
Duke Chapel, forming Duke Circuit. 

Take Massey's and place with Orange-Carrboro Charge, and change the 
name to Carrboro Charge, and dissolve the Andrews-Massey Charge. 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 

Combine Stumpy Point and Dare Charges, forming the Stumpy Point-Dare 
Charge. 

Place Fairfield with Swan Quarter, forming the Swan Quarter-Fairfield 
Charge. Take Epworth from Swan Quarter and place with Belhavenj take Beth- 
any from Belhaven and place it with Bath Charge. 

Take Harrellsville from the Ahoskie Charge and place with Murfreesboro; 
take Colerain from Ahoskie Charge and place with Aulander; and make Ahoskie 
a station. 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 

Dissolve Eldorado Charge and place Ophir and Zoar with Wadeville Circuit, 
and change the name of Wadeville Circuit to the Mount Gilead Circuit. 
Change the name of the Piedmont Circuit to the Rockingham Circuit. 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 

Discontinue Gum Swamp Church, on the Grifton Charge, and leave the 
property with the Quarterly Conference of the Grifton Charge. 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 

Take Shady Gro\e from the Oxford Circuit and place with the Stem Charge 
in the Durham District. 

Place Wake Forest, a new church, on the Millbrook Circuit and discontinue 
the Rolesville Church, the membership having been transferred to Wake Forest. 

Create a new charge in Raleigh to be known as the Fairmont Charge. 

ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 

Take Central Cross from Enfield-Whitakers and place with Battleboro. 

Take Conetoe from McKendree Charge and place with Robersonville; take 
Williams Chapel from Robersonville and place with Scotland Neck. 

Take South Rocky Mount from Clark Street and form a station of each 
church, the name of South Rocky Mount Church to be changed to St. Paul's. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

Dissolve Brunswick Charge by placing it with Shallotte, the new charge to 
be known as Shallotte charge. 



Condensed Minutes 



I. PROBATIONERS 

1. W/to are admitted on trial? Herman Theophilus Coley, Leslie Leamon 
Parrish, Albert Freed Keller, John Kern Ormond, William Kenneth Barrs, James 
Hardy Overton, Jr., Thomas Marion Merriman, Henry Barton Lewis, Ovie 
Wilson Mathison. 

2. Who else is in the class of t/ie first year? Clarence Eugene Hix, Jr., Matt 
Ransom Gardner, Murray Moses Walters. 

3. 1^7/0 remain on trial? Johnnie Thomas Greene, Waldo Forrest Keeler, 
John Robert Poe, John Dee Robinson, Benjamin Franklin Meacham, William 
Addison Crow, Ramsey Leon Crossno, Nicholas Warnum Grant, Claud Dalton 
Nelson, Charles Tinsley Thrift, Jr. 

4. Who else is in the class of t/ie second year? Worth Bagley Cotton, Willis 
Roswell Stevens. 

5. Who are discontinued? Floyd Vance Spence. 

n. CONFERENCE MEMBERSHIP 

6. Who are admitted into full comiection? Howard McKinnon McLamb, 
Graham Stanford Eubank, Dwight Lang Fouts. 

7. Who else is in the class of the third year? Olen Leon Hardwick. 

8. Who are readmitted? No one. 

9. Who are received by transfer from other Conferences? Olen Leon Hard- 
wick, a deacon, in the class of the third year, from the South Carolina Conference, 
and Samuel A. Maxwell, an elder, from the Kentucky Conference. 

10. Who are received from other churches as traveling preachers? Raymond 
Zenas Newton, an elder, from the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

1 1. Who are located this year? No one. 

12. Who have vjithdravon or been ex felled? Withdrawn — No one. Expelled — 
No one. 

13. Who are transferred to other Conferences? Robert M. Price, an elder, to 
the Kentucky Conference. 

14. What preachers have died during the year? S. A. Nettles, J. J. Barker, 
T. H. Sutton, A. D. Wilcox, W. R. Hardesty, Rufus Bradley, D. N. Caviness, 
A. W. Price, W. G. Pilcher. 

III. ORDERS 

15. Who are the deacons of one year? Millard Charles Dunn, Charles Bur- 
rington Long, Marion Osborne Stephenson, Robert Edward Walston, Russell Sage 
Harrison, Joyce Virgil Early, Robert Nicholson Fitts. 

16. Who else is in the class of the fourth year? Ralph Henry Lewis, Marcus 
Earl Cunningham. 

17. W/iat traveling preachers and what local preachers have been elected 
deacons? Traveling preachers — Howard McKinnon McLamb, Graham Stanford 
Eubank. 

Local preachers — Floyd Vance Spence. 

18. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have been ordained 



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deacons? Traveling preachers — Howard McKinnon McLamb, Graham Stanford 
Eubank. 

Local preachers — Floyd Vance Spence. 

19. What traveling freachers and ivhat local freachers have been elected 
elders? Traveling preachers — James Worth Lineberger, Charles Edward Vale, 
Madison Ward Maness, William Alton Tew, James Doyne Young, Cleo Wade 
Goldston, John Leroy Joyce, Arnold Chester Thompson. 

Local preachers — No one. 

20. What traveling freachers and tvh-at local freachers have been ordained 
elders? Traveling preachers — James Worth Lineberger, Charles Edward Vale, 
Madison Ward Maness, William Alton Tew, James Doyne Young, Cleo Wade 
Goldston, John Leroy Joyce, Arnold Chester Thompson. 

Local preachers — No one. 

21. Who have been recommended by a District Conference for recognition of 
their orders as local deacons or local elders? No one. 

IV. CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

22. Are all the freachers blameless in their life and official administration? 
The names of all the preachers were called and each preacher passed the examina- 
tion of character. 

23. Who are sufernumerary? N. M. McDonald. 

24. Who are suferannuated? L. S. Massey, N. H. D. Wilson, T. S. Coble, 
W. F. Craven, J. H. McCracken, H. E. Lance, J. W. Hoyle, Sr., J. H. Shore, 
C. L. Read, H. C. Ewing, J. A. Tharpe, W. C. Merritt, W. C. Jones, E. L. 
Stack, L. H. Joyner, G. T. Adams, A. J. Groves, W. H. Townsend, J. G. John- 
son, C. M. Hawkins, C. H. Caviness, J. D. Bundy, F. B. Noblitt, J. W. Autr^^ 
R. E. Atkinson, G. H. Biggs, W. H. Brown, L. M. Chaffin, W. F. Trawick, 
R. A. Bruton, Guy Hamilton, F. E. Dixon, T. E. Davis, J. B. Hurley, H. M. 
Jackson, D. H. Tuttle, J. W. Potter, E. H. Davis, F. M. Shamburger, A. J. 
Parker, C. P. Jerome, E. H. McWhorter, E. C. Glenn, J. T. Gibbs, William 
Towe, J. M. Rhodes, J. M. Wright, J. T. Draper, J. M. Lowder, J. F. Usry, 
J. H. Frizzelle. 

V. STATISTICS 

25. What is the number of districts, of fastoral charges, and of societies in 
this Conference? Districts, 7; pastoral charges, 226; societies, 719. 

26. What is the nmnber of metnbers, hovo many have been received this year 
on frofession of faith, hovu many have been licensed to freach, and what is the 
number of local freachers? Members, 127,355; received on profession of faith, 
3,478; licensed, 7; local preachers, 47. 

27. Hoix> many infants and hovo many others have been baftized during the 
year? Infants, 414; others, 2,464. 

28. Hoiv many churches have organized local Church Boards of Christian 
Education? 489. 

29. What is the niumber of church schools, officers and teachers? Church 
schools, 670; officers and teachers, 7,395. 

30. Wliat is the number of church school scholars enrolled? In the Children's 
Division, 24,356; in the Young People's Division, 22,674; in the Adult Division, 
25,706; total enrollment, including officers and teachers, 8 3,106. 

3 1 . Hoiv many churches have iveek-day meetings vjith the children, and hoiv 
many have vacation schools? Churches having week-day meetings with children, 
41; churches having vacation schools, 195. 



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32. What is the number of Woman's Missionary Societies, and wkat is the 
number of members of the same? Societies, 429; members, 13,885. 

3 3. WJiat is the number of Wesley Brotherhoods, and of Wesley Brotherhood 
members? Brotherhoods, 6; members, 219. 

34. What is tJie number of members enrolled in the Fellowship of Steward- 
ship? 40. 

35. What are the educational statistics? Institutions, 3; teachers, 420; students, 
6,695; value of property, $27,945,325; endowment, $34,656,092; indebtedness, 
$134,867. 

36. What are the orphanage statistics? Orphanages, 1; officers and teachers, 
29; children in orphanages, 300; money expended, $76,328; value of property, 
$786,000; indebtedness, not any. 

37. What are the hospital statistics? Hospitals, not any, 

VI. FINANCES 

38. What has been contributed for the following causes? American Bible 
Society, $535; Assemblies, $349; Christian Education, $19,890; Church Exten- 
sion, $6,989; Federal Council, $163; Board of Finance, $2,097; General Admin- 
istrative Fund, $5,359; Lay Activities, $1,358; Missions, $33,125; Negro Work, 
$1,724; Theological Schools, $3,262; by the Woman's Missionary Society for 
local work, $67,317, sent to Conference Treasurer, $38,913; from the Golden 
Cross Enrollment, $297. 

39. What has been contributed for the support of the ministry? Presiding 
elders, $29,781; preachers in charge, $384,049; Conference claimants, $12,699; 
Superannuate Endowment Fund, $1,297. 

40. Wfuit is the grand total contributed for all purposes from all sources in 
this Conference this year? $1,203,782. 

VII. CHURCH PROPERTY 

41. What is the number of houses of worship, their value, and the amount of 
indebtedness thereon? Houses of worship, 721; value, $8,102,559; indebtedness, 
$264,648. 

42. What is the number of parsonages, their value, and the atnount of indebt- 
edness thereon? District parsonages, 7; value, $74,500; indebtedness, $7,700. 
Parsonages belonging to pastoral charges, 219; value, $986,900; indebtedness, 
$56,775. 

43. What a^nount of insurance is carried on church property, and vjhat amount 
has been paid out in premiums? Insurance carried, $3,815,457; premiums paid, 
$16,156. 

44. How many churches and parsonages have been damaged or destroyed 
during the year, -what is the amount of daj?iage, and what 1ms been collected 
thereon? Churches damaged, 3 ; parsonages damaged, 3 ; amount of damage, 
$3,408; collected, $2,640. 

45. What is the number of superannuate homes, and what is their value? 
Homes, not any. 

VIII. MISCELLANEOUS 

46. Who is elected Conference Lay Leader? W. P. Few. 

47. Where shall the next session of the Conference be held? Elizabeth City, 
N. C. 

48. Where are the preachers stationed this year? See appointments. 



Appointments 



Figures in the right hand column indicate the number of years of service 
on the charge. Figures in parenthesis give class of undergraduates. The names 
of the undergraduates are printed in italics. 



DURHAM DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder, H. B. Porter — 4 

Bahama M. C. Dunn (4) 4 

Brooksdale T. W. Lee 3 

Burlington — Front Street H. I. Glass 2 

Webb Avenue-Holts R. G. Dawson 3 

Burlington Circuit L. L. Parrish (l) 3 

Bynum J. C. Reichard — Supply 2 

Carrboro Leon Crossno (2) 1 

Cedar Grove S. F. Nicks 5 

Chapel Hill A. P. Brantley 3 

Duke Circuit W. K. Barrs (l) 1 

Durham — Branson Memorial R. G. L. Edw^ards 4 

Calvary Daniel Lane 3 

Carr C. P. Womack 1 

Duke Memorial .H. C. Smith 4 

Lakewood M. O. Stephenson (4) 3 

Trinity G. W. Perry 2 

A. F. Keller, Junior Preacher (l) .... 1 

West Durham Marvin Y. Self 2 

Durham Circuit C. D. Barclift 3 

Eno H. T. Coley (l) 2 

Graham-West Burlington B. O. Merritt 1 

Hillsboro hV. Early (4) 2 

Leasburg D. D. Traynham 3 

Mebane T. R. Jenkins 3 

Milton A. M. Williams 3 

Moncure Ray Holder — Supply 1 

Mount Tirzah E. L. Hill 1 

Person M. W. Lawrence 2 

Pittsboro J. D. Young 3 

Rougemont J. T. Greene (2) 2 

Roxboro — Long Memorial J. H. Lanning 1 

East Roxboro-Longhurst E. R. Hartz — Supply 3 

Siler City C. F. Heath 2 

South Alamance T. B. Hough 1 

Stem J. F. Starnes 2 

Yancey ville W. L. Maness 3 

District Missionary Secretary H. I. Glass 

Professors Duke University H. E. Spence 

J. M. Ormond 
H. E. Myers 
F. S. Hickman 
Professor Southwestern University . . .C. T. Thrift, Jr. (2) 
Editor A^. C. Christian Advocate M. T. Plyler 



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Conference Secretary of 

Christian Education R. W. Bradshaw 

Superannuates — L. S. Massey, N. H. D. Wilson, T. S. Coble, W. F, Craven, 
J. H. McCracken, H. E. Lance, J. W. Hoyle, Sr., J. H. Shore, C. L. Read, H. C. 
Ewing, J. A. Tharpe, W. C. Merritt, W. C. Jones. 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder, B. B. Slaughter — 3 

Ahoskie J. L. Smith 5 

Aulander J. R. Poe (2) 1 

Bath I. D. Robinson (2) 2 

Belhaven L. E. Sawyer 2 

Chowan R. E. Walston (4) 3 

Columbia O. C. Melton 3 

Currituck R. S. Harrison (4) 2 

Edenton G. W. Blount 3 

Elizabeth City — City Road E. D. Weathers 2 

First Church H. K. King 2 

Gates J. M. Joliff 3 

Hatteras T. M. Merriman ( 1 ) 1 

Hertford D. M. Sharpe 3 

Kinnakeet M. E. Cotton — Supply 1 

Kitty Hawk . . . .• M. R. Gardner ( 1 ) 2 

Manteo R. R. Grant 1 

Mattamuskeet .' C. K. Wright — Supply 1 

Moyock-Memorial A. E. Brown 1 

Murfreesboro C. E. Vale 2 

North Gates W. N. Vaughan 1 

Pasquotank A. C. Lee 2 

Perquimans W. G. Lowe 2 

Plymouth C. T. Thrift 3 

Roper J. T. Stanford 1 

South Camden M. W. Maness 2 

South Mills E. W. Downum 2 

Stumpy Point-Dare W. J. Watson 1 

Swan Quarter-Fairfield R. Z. Newton 2 

Wanchese J. W. Sneeden 1 

Washington L. B. Jones 2 

Williamston S. A, Maxwell 1 

Windsor E. N. Harrison 3 

District Missionary Secretary H. K. King 

Missionary to Korea R. H. Lewis (4) 

President Scarritt College 

for Christian Workers J. L. Cuninggim 

Student Duke University Joffies H. Overton, Jr. (l) 

Superannuate — E. L. Stack. 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder, W. V. McRae— 1 

Aberdeen-Vass S. J. Starnes I 

Biscoe H. R. Ashmore 1 

Broadway J. W. Page — Supply 1 

Caledonia M. F. Hodges 1 



42 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Carthage L. A. Watts 1 

Ellerbe K. F. Duval 3 

Fayetteville — Hay Street W. C. Martin 3 

Person Street-Calvary J. P. Bross 1 

Fayetteville Circuit J. C. Williams 2 

Glendon L. M, Hewett — Supply 1 

Goldston W. J. Underwood 4 

Hamlet J. A. Russell 1 

Hemp W. L. Dawson 2 

Jonesboro P. H. Fields 2 

Laurel Hill J. H. Buffaloe 2 

Laurinburg H. L. Hendricks 2 

Maxton P. O. Lee 3 

Mount Gilead J. R. Edwards 3 

Mount Gilead Circuit B. F. Meachum (2) 2 

Parkton M. C. Ellerbe 1 

Raeford . . . .E. R. Clegg 3 

Red Springs B. T. Hurley 2 

Roberdel F. A. Lupton 2 

Rockingham J. F. Herbert 3 

Rockingham Circuit McD. McLamb 4 

Rowland J. Bascom Hurley 2 

Sanford C. B. Culbreth 4 

St. John-Gibson J. W. Lineberger 2 

Stedman I. J. Strawbridge 2 

Troy W. R. Royall 3 

West End W. F. Keeler (2) 2 

District Missionary Secretary L. A. Watts 

Superannuates — L. H. Jovner, G. T. Adams, A. J. Groves, W. H. Townsend, 
J. G. Johnson, C. M. Hawkins, C. H. Caviness, J. D. Bundy, F. B. Noblitt, J. W. 
Autry, R. E. Atkinson, G. H. Biggs, W. H. Brown, L. M. Chaffin, W. F. Tra- 
wick. 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder, E. L. Hillman — 2 

Atlantic O.W. Mathison (l) 2 

Aurora J. W. Dimmette 1 

Ayden T. A. Sikes 4 

Beaufort L. D. Hayman 1 

Dover E. H. Measamer 1 

Fremont C. W. Robbins 1 

Goldsboro— St. Paul W. C. Ball 2 

Goldsboro Circuit J. B. Thompson 2 

Greenville — Jarvis Memorial T. M. Grant 2 

Grifton G. B. Starling 2 

Grimesland F. R. Davis 2 

Hookerton J. H. Miller 2 

Jones F. B. Brandenburg 3 

Kinston — Queen Street A. S. Parker 3 

LaGrange J. C. Humble 2 

Morehead City B. H. Houston 3 

Mount Olive-Calypso W. L. Loy 5 

Mount Olive Circuit W. C. Benson 3 

New Bern — Centenary L. C. Larkin 4 

Newport C. S. Boggs (4) 1 



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Ocracoke-Portsmouth W. A. Crow (2) 2 

Oriental C. E. Hix, 7r. (l) 2 

Pamlico W. A. Tew 3 

Pikeville-Elm Street To be supplied 

Pink Hill H. M. McLamb (3) + 

Riverside-Bridgeton W. F. Elliott 2 

Seven Springs R. W. Barfield — Supply 4 

Snow Hill B. D. Critcher 3 

Straits-Harlowe J. L. Joyce 3 

Vanceboro H. B. Lewis ( 1 ) 1 

District Missionary Secretary A. S. Parker 

Director Superannuate Endowment . . .T. M. Grant 

Superannuates — R. A. Bruton, Guy Hamilton, F. E. Dixon, T. E. Davis, 
J. B. Hurley. 

Supernumerary — N. M. McDonald. 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 
Presiding Elder, J. H. Barnhardt — 3 

Bailey L. T. Singleton 1 

Benson J. C. Whedbee 2 

Cary-Apex B. F. Boone 4 

Clayton W. S. Potter 3 

Creedmoor E. C. Durham 1 

Dunn — Devine Street L. M. Hall 1 

Erwin I. S. Richmond 1 

Four Oaks H. B. Baum 4 

Fuquay E. B. Craven 2 

Franklinton S. E. Mercer 2 

Garner B. H. Black 1 

Henderson — First Church R. E. Brown 3 

City Road-White Memorial J. K. Worthington— Supply 1 

Lillington N. M. Wright 3 

Louisburg J. G. Phillips 2 

Mamers M. M. Walters ( 1 ) 2 

Middleburg D. A. Petty 3 

Millbrook H. A. Chester 2 

Newton Grove J. A. Dailey 1 

Oxford O. W. Dowd 2 

Oxford Circuit L. C. Brothers 1 

Princeton J. Kern Ormond ( 1 ) 1 

Raleigh— Central E. G. Overton 1 

Edenton Street E. C. Few 7 

F. D. Hedden, Junior Preacher 1 

Epworth H. C. Rickard — Supply 1 

Fairmont O. L. Hardwick (3) 1 

Hayes-Barton Leon Russell 2 

Jenkins Memorial M. S. Robertson — Supply 1 

Selma F. B. Peele 4 

Smithfield J. J. Boone 1 

Tar River J. A. Martin 1 

Youngsville M. W. Warren 2 

Zebulon-Wendell J. W. Bradley 2 

District Missionary Secretary Leon Russell 

Superintendent Methodist Orphanage . A. S. Barnes 



44 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Superintendent Oxford Orphanage . . .C. K. Proctor 

Missionary to Japan J. D. Stott 

President Louisburg College D. E. Earnhardt 

Public Relations Secretary, 

Louisburg College Walter Patten 

Superannuates— H. M. Jackson, D. H. Tuttle, J. W. Potter, E. H. Davis, 
F. M. Shamburger, A. J. Parker, C. P. Jerome, E. H. McWhorter. 

ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder, J. Marvin Culbreth — 3 

Battleboro A. C. Thompson 1 

Bethel W. L. Clegg 3 

Conway L. V. Harris 4 

Elm City N. C. Yearby 2 

Enfield-Whitakers O. I. Hinson 1 

Farmville D. A. Clarke 2 

Garysburg L. B. Pattishall 2 

Halifax Wade Johnson 2 

Kenly P. F, Newton 3 

Littleton W. T. Phipps 3 

McKendree G. S. Eubank (3) 2 

Nashville ■ W. C. Wilson 1 

Norlina E. D. Dodd 1 

Northampton I- T, Poole 3 

Rich Square E. C. Crawford 3 

Roanoke Rapids E. B. Fisher 3 

Robersonville R. N. Fitts (4) 3 

Rocky Mount— Clark Street C. W. Goldston 4 

First Church R. Dwight Ware 2 

Marvin N. W. Grant (2) 2 

St. Paul C. P. Parker — Supply 1 

Rosemary C. T. Rogers 1 

Sandy Cross C. B. Peacock — Supply 2 

Scotland Neck D. L. Fouts (3) 4 

Seaboard W. G. Farrar 1 

Spring Hope L. A. Tilley 1 

Stantonsburg P. D. Woodall 2 

Tarboro H. G. Ruark 2 

Walstonburg Daniel Boone — Supply 1 

Warren E. R. ShuUer 1 

Warrenton J. O. Long 1 

Weldon B. P. Robinson 1 

Wilson A. J. Hobbs 4 

District Missionary Secretary C. W. Goldston 

Missionary to Japan J. W. Frank 

Secretary Fellowship of Reconciliation .Claud D. Nelson (2) 

Superannuates— E. C. Glenn, J. T. Gibbs, William Towe, J. M. Rhodes, 
J. M. Wright, J. T. Draper. 



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WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder, W. A. Cade — 3 

Bladen H"- R- Stevens (l) 3 

Burgaw W. F. Walters 1 

Carver's Creek G. C. Wood— Supply 1 

Chadbourn F. B. Joyner 2 

Clinton R. F. Munns 3 

Elizabeth C. W. Barbae 2 

Fairmont J. E- Blalock 4 

Faison-Kenansville A. L. Thompson 2 

Garland ^- B. Cotton (2) 2 

Hallsboro C. A. Jones 1 

Jacksonville-Richlands H. L. Davis 3 

Lumberton T. G. Vickers - • • 3 

Lumberton Circuit N. B. Strickland 3 

Maysville H. L. Harris 1 

Roseboro N. P. Edens 2 

Scott's Hill W. J. Freeman— Supply 2 

Shallotte C. N. Phillips 1 

Southport E. M. Hall 3 

St. Pauls J. W. Harrell 2 

Swansboro C. B. Long (4) 2 

Tabor City N. B. Johnson 3 

Town Creek J. C. Harmon 3 

Wallace-Rose Hill E. C. Maness 3 

Warsaw-Magnolia C J. Andrews 1 

Whiteville O. P. Fitzgerald 2 

Wilmington — Epworth-Wesley O. L. Hathaway + 

Fifth Avenue John Cline 2 

Grace F. S. Love 3 

Trinity R. L. Jerome 1 

District Missionary Secretary J. E. Blalock 

Conference Missionary Secretary F. S. Love 

Staff Secretary, General Board 

of Christian Education M. E. Cunningham (4) 

Superannuates— J. M. Lowder, J. F. Usry, J. H. Frizzelle. 

TRANSFERRED OUT 

Robert M. Price, an elder, to the Kentucky Conference. 

TRANSFERRED IN 

S. A. Maxwell, an elder, from the Kentucky Conference; O. L. Hardwick, 
in class of the third year, from the South Carolina Conference. 

After Conference had adjourned, C. S. Boggs, a member of the class of the 
fourth year, was transferred from the Kentucky Conference. 



Appendix 



REPORT NO. 1— BOARD OF MISSIONS 

During the year 193 8 Methodists everywhere are to give special emphasis to 
Mr, Wesley's "heart-warming" experience. Your Board of Missions is vitally 
related to this observance and is herewith calling upon every Methodist in the 
North Carolina Conference to join with Methodists elsewhere in a suitable celebra- 
tion of John Wesley's spiritual birth at Aldersgate, May 24, 173 8. We should 
not be content with a mere traditional commemoration of this history-making 
event, but we should have an intelligent understanding of what actually happened 
at Aldersgate and how Wesley's experience there so largely determined the history 
of our great church and other Protestant religions throughout the world. 

The spiritual facts and experiences that transformed Wesley and which have 
made Methodism a mighty redemptive force in the world should again become 
regnant in producing a deep spirit of repentance and confession of sin which 
will make millions of new creatures in Christ Jesus. Out of this commemoration 
must come a new and more vital sense of the reality of Christianity and of its 
practical power to transform the entire life of the individual and of the social 
order. That such high aims may be effected in all Methodists within the North 
Carolina Conference and in order that our church may have its arms strengthened 
as we attempt to convict, serve, and save the thousands of unchurched people in 
city and country, we urge all ministers and laymen, all activities and organiza- 
tions of our local churches to give hearty co-operation in the observance of the 
Aldersgate Commemoration. 

We recommend that a School of Missions be held in every church if possible 
before May 24th of next year and that the study book, Out of Aldersgate, be 
used as a basis for the study. 

We also recommend a Conference-wide missionary meeting to be held at a 
suitable place on or near May 24th at which time the Aldersgate Commemora- 
tion should be duly emphasized. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) WALTER PATTEN, Chairman, 
November 20, 193 7, J. M. ORMOND, Secretary. 



REPORT NO. 2— BOARD OF MISSIONS 

; 

To meet the need for a more effective organization in promoting the work 
of missions, the General Board of Missions in asking for the appointment by 
the Presiding Bishop, of District Missionary Secretaries to serve without salary 
and under the guidance of the Conference Missionary Secretary. Your Board of 
Missions heartily concurs in this suggestion and does hereby request Bishop Kern 
to make such appointments. 

The prevailing conditions at home and abroad are opening the doors for the 
wise use of more missionary workers and material resources. Your board urgently 
requests the ministers and the chairmen of the Boards of Stewards to emphasize 
this need and to urge their people to accept higher percentages of the allotments 
for benevolences. 



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THE MISSIONARY INSTITUTE 

The District Missionary Institute is a most valuable means of emphasizing 
and promoting- the cause of missions. It is desired that these meetings be held 
early in January at the places and dates as agreed upon by the presiding elders 
and the Conference Missionary Secretary. Ever)' charge should be represented 
by its mission-minded leaders. It is also desired that there shall be held group 
institutes within the districts which will permit of a more general development 
of missionary interest. 

THE MISSIONARY COMMITTEE 

The Missionary Committee in the local church is a vital unit in the work 
of the church for the promotion of the cause of missions. The District Mission- 
ary Secretary is asked to serve as chairman of all the missionary committee 
chairmen of his district, thus uniting all the missionary organizations of the 
district under one head. 

The missionaries who are home on furlough offer an opportunity to get first- 
hand information and inspiration relative to the work in their respective fields. 
Their services are available and may be most effectively used. 

COMMITTEE ON COUNSEL AND CO-OPERATION 

Provision is made in the Discipline for a Committee of Counsel and Co- 
operation between the Conference boards of Missions and Christian Education. 
Such a committee has not previously existed in the North Carolina Conference. 
Your Board of Missions is, therefore, appointing the Conference Missionary 
Secretary, J. Freeman Heath, and J. M. Ormond as its representatives of this 
committee. 

The Treasurer of the Board of Missions has been authorized to pay the board 
and registration expense of $6.00 for all members of the North Carolina Con- 
ference whose salaries are less than $1,500, who attend and receive at least one 
certificate of credit at the North Carolina Pastors' School, which next year will 
be conducted one week instead of two as heretofore. 

We recommend the appointment of F. S. Aldridge as Conference Director of 
Golden Cross, and F. S. Love as Conference Missionary Secretary. 

We nominate J. M. Ormond to succeed himself as member of the Board of 
Managers of the North Carolina Pastors' School. 

We designate G. W. Perry, J. A. Russell, and M. W. Lawrence as members 
of the Committee on Evangelism. 

We recommend J. C. Braswell and J. M. Ormond as nominees from the 
North Carolina Conference for membership on the General Board of Missions. 

APPROPRIATIONS 

Durham District Columbia 250.00 



Lakewood $ 100.00 



Murfreesboro 100.00 



Milton 300.00 Kinnakeet 200.00 

Eno 400.00 Windsor 100.00 



Burlington Circuit 100.00 



Aulander 400.00 



Mt. Tirzah 100.00 Kitty Hawk 500.00 

Roper 275.00 



$1,000.00 



Ahoskie 250.00 

Belhaven 250.00 

Elizabeth City District Edenton 50.00 



Currituck $ 275.00 

Chowan 250.00 $2,900.00 



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Fayetteville District 

Person Street $ 250.00 

Laurel Hill 100.00 

West End 200.00 

Glendon 200.00 

Roberdel 100.00 

Stedman 250.00 

Goldston 100.00 

Broadway 300.00 

$1,500.00 

New Bern District 

Atlantic $ 250.00 

Newport 150.00 

Pink Hill 180.00 

Seven Springs 130.00 

Straits 250.00 

Riverside 100.00 

Oriental 200.00 

Grimesland 170.00 

Vanceboro 130.00 

Pikeville-Elm Street 200.00 

Pamlico 150.00 

$1,910.00 

Raleigh District 

West Raleigh $ 500.00 

Millbrook 150.00 

City Road-White Memorial . 200.00 

Lillington 300.00 

Hayes-Barton 650.00 

Youngsville 150.00 



Rocky Mount District 

McKendree $ 200.00 

Clark Street 200.00 

Robersonville 250.00 

Battleboro 100.00 

Marvin 300.00 

Walstonburg 200.00 

Sandy Cross 200.00 

Rocky Mount— St. Paul 350.00 

Scotland Neck 100.00 

$1,900.00 

Wilmington District 

Epworth-Wesley $ 200.00 

Shallotte-Brunswick 300.00 

Scotts Hill 500.00 

Swansboro 200.00 

Lumberton Circuit 250.00 

Bladen 400.00 

Town Creek 450.00 

Hallsboro 300.00 

Garland 200.00 

Carver's Creek 300.00 

$3,100.00 

Special Appropriations 

Pastors' School $ 250.00 

Secretarial expense 50.00 

Conference secretary expense 100.00 
Oteen 300.00 



$1,950.00 Total for all purposes 



$ 700.00 



$14,960.00 



REPORT NO. 1— BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 



LOCAL CHURCH SECTION 

We wish to express our appreciation of the splendid work done by our 
Executive Secretary, Robert W. Bradshaw, during the year 193 6-3 7. 

After three years of effective service in our Conference as Director of Chil- 
dren's Work, Mrs. H. M. Wade has resigned, to return to her home in West 
Virginia. We would take this opportunity to express appreciation for the fine 
service rendered by Mrs. Wade, and note with gratitude the good foundation laid 
for children's work in our Conference as a result of her untiring efforts and 
capable leadership. 

We are glad to report to the Conference progress in practically every phase 
of our Christian education program in the local churches. We would point out 



Journal of Proceedings 49 

certain facts in connection with several items that will indicate the possibility of 
further gains during the coming years. 

There are 684 church schools in the North Carolina Conference. Of these: 
1 84 held vacation schools during the year. 

271 contributed to the Home and Foreign Missionary Enterprise. 
164 were represented in young people's assemblies. 
100 observed Church School Day. 

200 provided some formal training for their members. 
150 observed Childhood and Youth Week. 
525 have organized Boards of Christian Education. 
The cultivation of those schools now having no part in the various phases of 
the Christian education program is a goal to which we would work with in- 
creasing zeal. 

There are two matters to which we would call special attention at this time: 

1. Church School Enrollment. We note with a feeling of alarm the con- 
tinued decrease in enrollment in the church schools of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South. Our Conference shares proportionately in this decrease. The 
records indicate a loss over the last ten-year period of 14,955 church school 
members in our Conference. We urge that every pastor work earnestly with his 
Board of Christian Education, and with the officers and teachers of his church 
schools, to see that every person, young or old, who should be receiving the help 
that the school affords be enrolled in the church school. A systematic and en- 
thusiastic attack on this most serious problem should bring about a decided in- 
crease in our enrollment in the next few years. 

2. The Church School's Part in the Aldersgate Comtnemoration. Bishop A. 
Frank Smith, Director of the Aldersgate Commemoration, has implied that "as 
goes the church school, so goes the Aldersgate Commemoration." We would accept 
that as a challenge to every pastor, church school superintendent, local Board of 
Christian Education, teacher, and pupil in the Conference. We call upon all who 
are engaged in Christian education work to commit themselves anew to the 
important task they have undertaken, and to make this year the most fruitful of 
all years in their Christian service. 

We believe that the cause of Christian education in the North Carolina Con- 
ference is on the threshold of a great advance. In this advance may we all join 
under the leadership of the Great Teacher, Jesus Christ, who would have us 
understand more clearly, and would have us more eagerly point others to "the 
Way, the Truth, and the Life." 



II 

Your board is grateful for the progress made by our educational institutions 
during the past year. Student bodies have increased in their enrollment, and 
effective Christian training has been given. 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE 

We are glad to note that the enrollment of Louisburg College has increased 
from 2 73 students, as of last year, to 351 at the present time. The college not 
only is operating within its income, but has been able to make considerable 
payments on back indebtedness. The self-help plan is working very effectively. 

GREENSBORO COLLEGE 

Your board is gratified at the increased enrollment of students in Greensboro 
College, having now 371 students. Improvements have been made in physical 
equipment and additions to the faculty have been made. 



50 North Carolina Annual Conference 

We are encouraged at the progress being made in the financial campaign of 
the college and urge Conference-wide support of the institution in its centennial 
campaign. 

DUKE UNIVERSITY 

Duke University has made steady progress throughout the year. Its student 
body is composed of representatives from nearly every part of the world. Certain 
statistical data show something of the service rendered by our University. The 
number of students for the academic year, 1936-37, 3,367; the number of students 
.for the summer school, 1936, 2,684. There are 372 officers and teachers, not 
including assistants. 

The present endowment is $34,197,536.30, while the plant and equipment 
are valued at $26,787,034.39. 

The University has 28 loan funds valued at $1,606,337.74; scholarship funds 
valued at $276,65 3.42; and 52 miscellaneous special funds, the sum of which is 
$239,094.57, 

We are in hearty sympathy with the plans of the trustees and faculty for the 
centennial celebration to be held in 1938. 

SCARRITT COLLEGE 

Your board is grateful for the work being done by Scarritt College. We 
recommend that the Board of Christian Education, through its Executive Secre- 
tary, co-operate in the matter of securing Scarritt associates for the college. 

PASTORS' SCHOOL 

The 1937 session of the North Carolina Pastors' School offered a very bene- 
ficial program. A considerable number of credits were granted. 

The Institute of International Relations and the Institute for Rural Ministers 
were both successful. 

APPOINTMENTS 

We recommend the following appointments: 

Professors in Duke University — H. E. Spence, J. M. Ormond, H. E. Myers, 
and F. S. Hickman. 

President Louisburg College — D. E. Earnhardt. 

President Scarritt College for Christian Workers — J. L. Cuninggim. 

Superintendent Oxford Orphanage — C. K. Proctor. 

General Board of Christian Education — M. E. Cunningham. 

Professor in Southwestern University — C. T. Thrift, Jr. 

Student in Duke University — James H. Overton, Jr. 

We recommend the confirmation of the following persons as members of the 
Board of Managers of the Pastors' School: H. E. Spence to succeed himself, and 
C. K. Proctor to take the place of L. L. Gobbel. 

We recommend the election and confirmation of Marvin Wade, to succeed 
himself, as trustee of Greensboro College, representing the North Carolina Con- 
ference. His present term expires December 31, 193 7. 

We recommend the election and confirmation of the following trustees of 
Louisburg College: W. A. Cade, E. L. Hillman, and E. H. Malone, to succeed 
themselves; Allen P. Brantley and T. D. Upchurch, Jr., in place of O. W. 
Dowd and G. W. Perry, resigned. 

We recommend the election and confirmation of the following trustees of 



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Duke University: R. L. Flowers, Durham; G. G. Allen, New York; Thomas 
McM. Grant, Greenville; and J. Paul Frizzelle, Snow Hill. 

We recommend the confirmation of Robert W. Bradshaw as Conference Sec- 
retary of Christian Education, and Director of Young People's Work, at a salary 
of $3,000, with an allowance of $300 for house rent. 

We take pleasure in announcing the addition to the staff of Floyd M. Patter- 
son as Extension Secretary and Miss Alma Cade as Director of Children's Work, 
who will assume their duties at the conclusion of the present college year, at 
salaries of $125 and $100 per month, respectively. With the assumption of the 
office of Associate Director of Young People's Work in addition to her duties as 
Office Secretary, the salary of Miss Netta Cook Robertson is fixed at $1,200 per 
year. 

The financial statement of our Treasurer, C. K. Proctor, and the certificate 
of audit of same by K. W. Parham, C. P. A., are appended hereto. 

We express our gratitude to the Conference for its sympathetic co-operation 
and request its prayers and assistance during the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) H. E. SPENCE, President, 
J. G. PHILLIPS, Secretary. 



SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO. 1— BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Appointments 

Your board nominates M. W. Lawrence to succeed H. I. Glass as member of 
the Board of Christian Education. 

Your board announces the appointment of T. McM. Grant, Mrs. J. Henry 
Highsmith, and the Executive Secretary to serve on the Joint Committee on 
Church School Extension and the Rural Church. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) H. E. SPENCE, Chairman, 
J. G. PHILLIPS, Secretary. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF C. K. PROCTOR, TREASURER, NORTH 
CAROLINA CONFERENCE BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

November 15, 1936, to November 1, 1937 

Receifts 

Balance brought forward November 15, 1936 $ 7,160.05 

C. A. Dillon, Treasurer, N. C. Conference 13,148.20 

Sunday School Day Offerings 469.74 

Young People's Special 1,852.03 

Fourth Sunday Offerings: 

Children's Division $ 486.95 

Young People's Division 315.07 

Adult Division 624.86 

Division Unnamed 3,942.79 

Sundries: 

Dividend No. 2, First National Bank, Oxford $ 152.01 

Dividend No. 3, Eastern Bank & Trust Co., New Bern 237.54 
Dividend No. 4, Eastern Bank & Trust Co., New Bern 17 8.15 



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Dividend No. 3, First National Bank, Oxford 152.01 

W. E. Hogan, Treas, (Refund H. and F. Missions) 2,581.54 

3,301.25 



Total Receipts $3 1,300.94 

Disbursements 

Duke University $3,457.50 

Louisburg College 1,728.75 

Greensboro College for Women 2,074.50 

Pastors' Summer School 400.00 

Wesley Foundation, College Place Church, Greensboro . . 400.00 
Work at E. C. T. C. (Miss Zone Anna Davis, Treasurer) 100.00 
W. E. Hogan, Treas. (Home & Foreign Mis. Offerings) 5,487.19 

W. E. Hogan, Treas. (Young People's Special) 1,927.66 

Executive Secretary (Salaries, Travel & Office Expense) 6,800.00 
Sundries: 

Connor & Ruffin, Treasurer's Bond $ 12.50 

C. K. Proctor, Treas. (Students' Loan Fund) 111.13 

Bad Check returned 3.10 

Clerical Assistance 150.00 

Stamps and Stationery 33.00 

309.73 

Total Disbursements $22,685.33 

Balance in Home Savings Bank, Durham, N. C. $ 5,000.00 

Balance in Oxford National Bank, Oxford, N. C 3,615.61 

$31,300.94 

Balance in First National Bank, Oxford, N. C. (Closed) . .$557.37 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF STUDENTS' LOAN FUND 

Receifts 

Balance brought forward November 15, 1936 $1,511.92 

C. K. Proctor, Treasurer (193 6-3 7 Appropriation) 111.13 

Interest on deposit to January 1, 193 7 9.43 

Interest on deposit to July 1, 1937 21.40 

Dividend No. 2, First National Bank, Oxford 95.22 

Dividend No. 3, First National Bank, Oxford 95.22 



Total Receipts $1,844.32 

Disbursements 

(No Disbursements) 

Balance in Students' Loan Fund Account $1,844.32 

(Home Savings Bank, Durham, N. C.) 
Balance in First National Bank (Closed) $349.15 

OUTSTANDING LOAN NOTES 

Name Amount When Made When Due 

Earl Edwards $ 100.00 June 12, 1930 Dec. 12, 1930 

C. M. Smith 25.00 July 30, 1930 July 30, 1931 

Ralph Sharpe 150.00 Sept. 28, 1930 Sept. 28, 1931 



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Dr. R. L. Flowers, Treasurer, 

Duke University 1,000.00 Jan. 17, 1931 

James R. Reagan 100.00 Dec. 15, 1932 Sept. 22, 1933 

Robert M. Hardee 150.00 Sept. 22, 1930 Sept. 22, 1933 

AUDITOR'S REPORT, BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Board of Christian Education, November 15, 1937. 

North Carolina Conference, 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 

Gentlemen : 

I have audited the statements of Rev. C. K. Proctor, Treasurer, for the period 

from November 16, 1936, to October 31, 193 7, inclusive, showing the following: 

Total Receipts $31,300.94 

Total Disbursements 22,685.33 



Balance $ 8,615.61 

and find that this statement agrees with the recorded transactions. 

Bank balances were reconciled with bank records and found to be as follows: 

Oxford National Bank $3,615.61 

Home Savings Bank, Durham 5,000.00 



Total $8,615.61 

In addition to the amount stated above there are credit certificates showing 
an amount in the First National Bank (closed) of $557.37. 

The statement of the Special Loan Fund was also audited and the balance 
shown as in the Home Savings Bank of Durham, Savings Department, $1,844.32, 
agrees with the bank records. The credit certificate for amount in the First 
National Bank shows a balance of $349.15. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) K. W. PARHAM, Certified Public Accountant. 



REPORT NO. 2— BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 



LOUISBURG COLLEGE 

Your board has the following recommendations to offer with regard to Louis- 
burg College: 

1. That the Conference assume moral responsibility for the liquidation of 
the present debt of Louisburg College in the amount of $65,000, as set out in the 
plan for settlement, upon the understanding that the creditors will extend the 
time for payment under the original plan until December 31, 1938. 

2. That the campaign be continued and that the Conference approve the 
continuation of this movement, and pledge to the college board its whole-hearted 
and loyal support. 

3. That the Conference approve the selection of a member of this Confer- 
ence, upon nomination of the Bishop and his cabinet, who shall devote his entire 
time to this movement and assist in the field of public relations for the college. 

4. That the Conference approve an addition to its budget of $3,000 for 
the salary of the aforesaid representative. This item shall be added to the Con- 



54 North Carolina Annual Conference 

ference expense fund and shall be a preferred charge against the budget; and 
whatever increase it involves in acceptances on benevolences shall be distributed 
to all the charges and each charge is urgently requested to take its proportionate 
share of this increase in order that the college may be saved in this hour of its 
emergency. 

5. That this Conference, by appropriate action, authorize and empower the 
Trustees of Louisburg College to mortgage or sell its Durham property and to 
mortgage its Louisburg property, the proceeds to be used and applied exclusively 
to the payments of the debts of the college as contemplated and that the regular 
appropriation made by this Conference to Louisburg College be ear-marked and 
applied as far as is necessary to the payment of interest on any new loan made 
by the College as herein authorized. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) H. E. SPENCE, President, 
J. G. PHILLIPS, Secretary. 



REPORT NO. 3— BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 



FINANCIAL 



The following are the estimates and apportionments requested for the cause 
of Christian education in our Conference, subject to scaling in accordance with 
the action of the Budget Commission: 

Duke University $10,000.00 

Greensboro College 7,100.00 

Louisburg College 5,000.00 

Student Loan Fund 300.00 

Pastors' School 400.00 preferred 

Promotion of Conference Program 14,400.00 

Total $37,200.00 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) ' " H. E. SPENCE, President, 
J. G. PHILLIPS, Secretary. 



REPORT OF BOARD OF CHURCH EXTENSION 

Your board desires to submit the following: 

The extension work should be given an enlarged place in the plan and effort 
of our Conference. Your board feels that the Commission on Budget should in- 
crease the appropriation to this cause. This may be done by increasing the per- 
centage from 8.55 per cent to 10 percent. It is manifest to every thinking mind 
that the cause of Methodism can never be stabilized until every pastor has a place 
fitted and suited for the proclamation of the gospel, and a comfortable home 
for his family. 

It must be apparent to every wise pastor of the Conference that many of our 
preachers are poorly housed, and many church buildings are inadequate. The 
expenditure of missionary appropriations under such conditions seems an ex- 
travagant waste so far as the upbuilding of the Kingdom is concerned because 
of non-representative physical equipment. This is especially apparent throughout 
our coastal regions, where storms have prevailed and floods have destroyed the 
property, and the people are left destitute. 



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After a personal interview with T. D. Ellis, of the General Board, the 
following conditions are found to obtain: 

1. The great flood which swept throughout the valleys of the Mississippi 
and tributary rivers causing the destruction of churches and church property 
has been the greatest in the history of our church. Many of those churches and 
parsonages cannot be replaced on the original sites. As a result, the General Board 
of Church Extension has exhausted the donation fund. It will be some time 
before all of these emergencies are met. Therefore, there is left only a limited 
amount in the loan fund which may be applied in urgent cases. 

2. As we come out of the depression we should put our money into new 
church enterprises rather than the payment of old debts. It is manifestly unfair 
to the new fields to absorb our new money in repairs and enlargements of churches 
which have been neglected when local congregations should have provided these 
repairs. 

3. Every established church should seek to meet the expenses of new im- 
provements as need occurs without contracting embarrassing debts which often 
prevent the progress of the church. 

We are profoundly grateful to the Duke Fund Commission for substantial 
contributions to our church building enterprises, including the entire field of 
.Methodism in North Carolina. They have liberally aided thirty-eight churches 
to the amount of $43,660. This amount is exclusive of the $41,900 for the 
maintenance of the work, and $19,000 to the Superannuate Fund. 

For these gifts we join the other boards in heart-felt gratitude. 

Your board has made the following grants and recommendations during the 
year now closing: 

Conference Board 

To Churches Donations 

John Angier Memorial — Erwin Charge $ 250.00 

Fleming-Hartsville Memorial — Millbrook Charge 250.00 

Prospect — Youngsville Charge 250.00 

Woodland— Pink Hill Charge 250.00 

Person Street — Fayetteville 200.00 

Elm Street— Goldsboro 100.00 

Lebanon — Hillsboro Charge 200.00 

Roanoke Rapids 500.00 

Oriental 250.00 

Kenly 300.00 

Gatesville 200.00 

Verona — Jacksonville-Richlands Charge 300.00 

Prospect — Youngsville Charge 250.00 

To Parsonages Donations 

South Mills Charge $ 100.00 

West End Charge 200.00 

Loan 
To Churches Recommended 

Fleming-Hartsville— Millbrook Charge $1,250.00 

Central— Raleigh 1,000.00 

Epworth Wilmington 1,500.00 

Grants Made in 193 6 Rescinded 

Roanoke Rapids Donation 

Prospect — Youngsville Charge Loan 

Oriental Loan 



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John Angler Memorial — Erwin Charge Loan 

Englehard Loan 

Moyock Loan 

General Board Applications Recommended 

To Churches Loan 

Trinity — Troy Charge $4,000.00 

Donation 

John Angier Memorial — Erwin Charge $ 500.00 

Elm Street — Goldsboro 150.00 

Fleming-Hartsville Memorial — Millbrook Charge 500.00 

Woodland— Pink Hill Charge 500.00 

St. Paul 500.00 

Bridgeton (conditioned) 400.00 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) E. H. McWHORTER, Chairman, 
M. Y. SELF, Secretary. 



NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE BOARD OF CHURCH EXTENSION 

Receipts and Disbursements for Conference Year from November 19, 
1936, TO November 17, 1937, Inclusive 

Receifts 

November 19, 1936— Cash in bank $ 15.97 

December 8, 1936— From C. A. Dillon, Treasurer 3,652.75 

December 8, 193 6 — From C. A. Dillon, Treasurer 42.75 

Total Receipts $3,711.47 

Disbursements 

December 12, 1936 — Connor & Ruffin (Treas. Bond Premium) ....$ 5.00 

January 21, 1937 — Norlina Church Trustees 250.00 

February 10, 1937 — E. H. Davis (Prospect) 250.00 

February 23, 1937 — B. G. Williams (Winton Church) 300.00 

February 27, 1937— W. V. Twiford (Dare Parsonage) 200.00 

February 27, 1937— Ruffin Powers (St. Pauls) 300.00 

March 17, 1937— A. J. Cavenaugh (Wallace) 300.00 

April 27, 1937 — E. H. Davis (Prospect) 250.00 

May 8, 193 7— W. M. Crawford (Angier Memorial) 250.00 

May 8, 1937— Mrs. A. E. Wilson (Elm St., Goldsboro) 100.00 

May 8, 1937 — J. M. Cale (Person St., Fayetteville) 200.00 

May 15, 1937— J. W. Hollowell (Fleming-Hartsfield) 250.00 

May 15, 1937— W. S. Forehand (South Mills Parsonage) 100.00 

June 5, 1937 — Mrs. D. L. Carlton (Warsaw Parsonage) 400.00 

August 22, 1937— F. W. Voncanon (West End Parsonage) 200.00 

August 26, 193 7 — George E. Newman (Lebanon Church, 

Hillsboro Charge) 200.00 



Total Disbursements $3,555.00 

November 17, 1937— Cash in bank $ 156.47 

Respectfully submitted, 

November 17, 1937. (Signed) R. L. TOWE, Treasurer. 



Journal of Proceedings 57 

REPORT OF BOARD OF FINANCE 

We regret to have to report that on account of the large increase in the 
number of claimants, and the lack of a corresponding increase in our funds, it 
is necessary to again reduce the amount paid per years' service by 30 cents for 
superannuates and 20 cents for widows. We are paying this year $5.85 per years' 
service for superannuates and $3.90 per years' service for widows. 

The following claimants have died during the year: Rev. J. J. Barker, Rev. 
T. H. Sutton, Rev. S. A. Nettles, Rev. D. N. Caviness, Rev. A. W. Price, Rev. 
W. G. Pilcher, Mrs. J. A. Hornaday, Mrs. N. E. Coltrane, Mrs. Daniel Reid, 
and Mrs. W. H. Moore. 

We request the Bishop to appoint Rev. T. M. Grant Director of Superannuate 
Endowment for the Conference. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) J. A. STATON, President, 
C. E. JORDAN, Treasurer, 
L. T. SINGLETON, Secretary. 



TREASURER'S REPORT 

Balance per 1936 Conference Journal $ 463.03 

193 6 — Receipts in addition to those shown on previous Journal Report: 

Accumulated interest on old account $ 13.82 

Publishing House (Receipt beyond Journal Report) .50 

Conf. Treasurer (Receipt beyond Journal Report) 651.49 

Interest on deposit (current) 78.14 

Superannuate Special 702.16 

$ 1,446.11 
193 7 — Receipts: 

Publishing House $ 3,529.44 

Conference Trustees 2,700.00 

Conference Treasurer 12,699.00 

General Board 2,819.37 

23,193.92 

Total $23,656.95 

1936 — Disbursements not provided for: 

Allotments made after report compiled: 

Rev. C. L. Read $327.55 

Mrs. A. D. Wilcox 87.12 

Mrs. W, R. Hardesty 89.35 

Mrs. Rufus Bradley 75.13 

$ 579.15 

Overpayment to Rev. J. H. McCracken 100.00 

Treasurer's expense — bond and printed checks . . 7.75 

$ 686.90 
Less: Error in totaling 1936-37 allotments 1.00 



685.90 



58 North Carolina Annual Conference 

1937-3 8 — Disbursements : 

Allotted to Claimants $22,327.55 

Secretary's Expense 25.00 $22,352.55 $23,038.45 

Unencumbered Balance $ 618.50 

Total $23,656.95 



LIST OF CLAIMANTS 

Superannuates 

Years of Gen'l. Conf. 

Service Board Board 

Rev. G. T. Adams, Sanford 32 $ 69.12 $287.20 

Rev. R. E. Atkinson, Ontario, Va, 34 73.44 298.90 

Rev. J. W. Autry, 1019 Bronson St., Fayetteville 29 62.64 419.65 

Rev. G. H. Biggs, Star 22 47.52 178.70 

Rev. W. H. Brown, Jackson Springs 34 73.44 348.90 

Rev. R. A. Burton, 710 Fifth St., Greenville 36 77.76 310.60 

Rev. J. D. Bundy, Fayetteville 44 95.04 257.40 

Rev. C. H. Caviness, Siler City 34 73.44 398.90 

Rev. T. S. Coble, West Durham 19 41.04 261.15 

Rev. W. F. Craven, Route 1, Durham 40 86.40 3 34.00 

Rev. L. M. Chaffin, Route 1, Sanford 50 .... 442.50 

Rev. E. H. Davis, Louisburg 45 97.20 263.25 

Rev. J. T. Draper, Warrenton 46 369.10 

Rev. F. E. Dixon, Dover 35 304.75 

Rev. T. E. Davis, % W. H. Ames, Carlisle, Pa 22 228.70 

Rev. H. C. Ewing, 607 Gattis St., Durham 29 62.64 269.65 

Rev. J. H. Frizzelle, 108 S. Third St., Wilmington ... 40 86.40 234.00 

Rev. J. T. Gibbs, Warrenton 49 105.84 286.65 

Rev. E. C. Glenn, 208 College Place, Greensboro 35 75.60 304.75 

Rev. A. J. Groves, Sanford 34 73.44 298.90 

Rev. Guy Hamilton, Atlantic 14 30.24 81.90 

Rev. C. M. Havi^kins, Laurinburg 51 110.16 298.35 

Rev. J. W. Hoyle, Route 1, Durham 24 51.84 290.40 

Rev. J. B. Hurley, Goldsboro 47 101.52 274.95 

Rev. H. M. Jackson, Garner 40 86.40 334.00 

Rev. C. P. Jerome, 123 Halifax St., Raleigh 41 88.56 239.85 

Rev. J. G. Johnson, Laurinburg 41 88.56 339.85 

Rev. L. H. Joyner, Jonesboro 34 73.44 298.90 

Rev. H. E. Lance, Route 2, Durham 28 60.48 313.80 

Rev. J. M. Lowder, Rutherford College 30 64.80 300.50 

Rev. L. S. Massey, Route 1, Durham 36 77.76 210.60 

Rev. E. H. McWhorter, 2137 Country Club Drive, Raleigh 45 97.20 363.25 

Rev. J. H. McCracken, 1312 College Road, Durham ... 38 82.08 222.30 

Rev. F. B. Noblitt, Marion 31 66.96 331.35 

Rev. A. J. Parker, 513 Polk St., Raleigh 44 95.04 257.40 

Rev. J. W. Potter, 710 Hinsdale St., Raleigh 32 69.12 287.20 

Rev. C. L. Read, 1300 Broad St., Durham 37 79.92 366.45 

Rev. J. M. Rhodes, Bartow, Fla 43 92.88 251.55 

Rev. F. M. Shamburger, Oxford 49 105.84 286.65 

Rev. J. H. Shore, Roxboro 48 103.68 280.80 

Rev. E. L. Stack, Washington, N. C 28 263.80 



Journal of Proceed] 



59 



Years of Gen'l. 

Service Board- 
Rev. William Towe, Rocky Mount 30 64.80 

Rev. W. H. Townsend, 131 Steele St., High Point .... 21 45.36 

Rev. D. H. Tuttle, Smithfield 44 95.04 

Rev. J. F. Usry, Route 2, Chadbourn 9 19.44 

Rev. N. H. D. Wilson, Chapel Hill 40 86.40 

Rev. J. M. Wright, Jackson 22 47.52 

Rev. J. A. Tharpe, Harmony 23 .... 

Rev. W. F. Trawick, Biscoe 24 .... 

Rev. W. C. Jones, Yanceyville 24 .... 

Hartwell Thompson, Lexington 

W. C. Merritt, Durham 44 .... 

Widows 

Mrs. C. C. Alexander, Clinton 8 $ 1 1.52 

Mrs. H. B. Anderson, 1409 DeBree Ave., Norfolk, Va. 17 24.48 

Mrs. C. O. Armstrong, Ayden 2 2.8 8 

Mrs. J. M. Ashby, % Memorial Hospital, Mt. Airy . . 29 41.76 

Mrs. R. W. Bailey, 200 E. Edenton St., Raleigh 27 38.88 

Mrs. T. P. Bonner, Hickory 19 27.36 

Mrs. M. Bradshaw, 508 S. Duke St., Durham 3 3 47.52 

Mrs. J. E. Bristowe, 75 8 W. Second St., Washington . . 3 4.32 

Mrs. R. H. Broom, Ayden 5 7.20 

Mrs. D. N. Caviness, Ocala, Fla 34 .... 

Mrs. W. P. Constable, 811 Second St., Durham 23 33.12 

Mrs. S. A. Cotton, Sanford 33 47.52 

Mrs. G. M. Daniel, 601 Louise Ave., Charlotte 11 15.84 

Mrs. C. O. Durant, Snow Hill 27 38.88 

Mrs. D. L. Earnhardt, 1207 Sixth St., Durham 42 60.48 

Mrs. L. S. Etheridge, Franklinton 17 24.48 

Mrs. N. M. Eure, Red Springs 35 50.40 

Mrs. W. A. Forbes, Buies Creek 7 10.80 

Mrs. D. A. Futrell, 1702 Orange St., Wilmington .... 37 53.28 

Mrs. W. F. Galloway, % E. A. Chambers, Salisbury . . 24 34.56 

Mrs. D. C. Geddie, Whiteville 24 34.46 

Mrs. J. H. Hall, 212 N. Road St., Elizabeth City 37 53.28 

Mrs. M. D. Hix, 812 Fourth St., Durham 31 44.64 

Mrs. W. R. Hardesty, Shannon 7 .... 

Mrs. H. A. Humble, 213 N. Fifth St., Wilmington 29 41.76 

Mrs. W. B. Humble, Williamston 24 34.5 6 

Mrs. T. N. Ivey, 2004 Glen wood Ave., Raleigh 3 7 5 3.28 

Mrs. W. A. Jenkins, Mebane 20 28.80 

Mrs. R. B. John, Fayetteville 21 30.24 

Mrs. C. A. Johnson, Holly Springs 13 18.72 

Mrs. C. M. Lance, Clinton 12 17.28 

Mrs. E. F. Lee, 201 Erwin Apts., Durham 5 7.20 

Mrs. J. A. Lee, 319 N. Morgan St., Shelby 34 48.96 

Mrs. J. J. Lewis, Grimesland 16 23.04 

Mrs. R. J. Lough, 417 S. Howell St., Rocky Mount .14 20.16 

Mrs. F. B. McCall, Laurel Hill 42 60.48 

Mrs. A. McCullen, Rockingham 37 53.28 

Mrs. M. M. McFarland, Mebane 25 36.00 

Mrs. S. E. Mercer, 416 Kings Highway, St. Louis, Mo. 3 4.32 

Mrs. J. L. Midgette, Norlina 22 31.68 



Conf. 
Board 
175.50 
122.85 
257.40 
152.65 
234.00 
228.70 
234.55 
340.40 
140.40 
50.00 
357.40 



$131.20 

66.30 

7.80 

113.10 

105.30 

74.10 

128.70 

111.70 

19.50 

132.60 

89.70 

128.70 

42.90 

105.30 

163.80 

66.30 

136.50 

27.30 

144.30 

93.60 

93.60 

144.30 

120.90 

177.30 

113.10 

193.60 

144.30 

78.00 

81.90 

150.70 

96.80 

19.50 

132.60 

62.40 

54.60 

163.80 

144.30 

97.50 

11.70 

85.80 



60 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Years of Gen'l. Conf. 

Service Board Board 

Mrs. S. T. Moyle, 604 W. Innis St., Salisbury 36 51.84 140.40 

Mrs. S. A. Nettles, 1318 Shirley St., Columbia, S. C. . . 7 4.32 127.30 

Mrs. W. B. North, 1000 Lamond Ave., Durham 37 53.28 144.30 

Mrs. A. L. Ormond, 3106 Woodbine Ave., Knoxville, 

Tenn 34 48.96 132.60 

Mrs. D. B. Parker, Dunn 15 21.60 108.50 

Mrs. J. P. Pate, 1008 Minerva Ave., Durham 26 37.44 101.40 

Mrs. G. B. Perry, Selma 42 60.48 163.80 

Mrs. W. A. Piland, Conway 27 38.88 105.30 

Mrs. R. E. Pittman, 211 Edwards St., Durham 24 34.56 93.60 

Mrs. J. J. Porter, 317 Howell St., Rocky Mount 17 24.48 66.30 

Mrs. A. W. Price, Avon 3 1 1.70 

Mrs. J. M. Rice, 812 Sixth St., Durham 5 7.20 69.50 

Mrs. C. W. Robinson, Clayton 28 40.32 109.20 

Mrs. E. E. Rose, 122 Eighth St., Durham 25 36.00 97.50 

Mrs. V. A. Royall, 5 S. McDowell St., Raleigh 10 14.40 89.00 

Mrs. J. L. Rumley, Farmville 19 27.36 74.10 

Mrs. V. P. Scoville, Greenville 17 24.48 1 16.30 

Mrs. N. L. Seabolt, Maxton 39 56.16 152.10 

Mrs. E. C. Sell, 319 S. Front St., Wilmington 38 54.72 198.20 

Mrs. G. F. Smith, 1330 N. Prospect, Milwaukee, Wis. . . 37 53.28 144.30 

Mrs. L. L. Smith, Seven Springs 20 28.80 178.00 

Mrs. M. A. Smith, 211 Tate St., Greensboro 27 38.88 105.30 

Mrs. E. M. Snipes, 510 Holloway St., Durham 24 34.56 93.60 

Mrs. B. E. Stanfield, Leasburg 31 44.64 120.90 

Mrs. G. W. Starling, 813 Buchanan Blvd., Durham .. 36 51.84 140.40 

Mrs. T. H. Sutton, Route 2, Fayetteville 25 20.16 97.50 

Mrs. R. F. Taylor, Aulander 1 1.44 3.90 

Mrs. B. C. Thompson, Norlina 34 48.96 132.60 

Mrs. D. A. Watkins, 347 W. 55th St., New York, N. Y. 20 28.80 153.00 

Mrs. A. D. Wilcox, Lake Junaluska 30 28.80 117.00 

Mrs. R. H. Willis, Hertford 17 24.48 66.30 

Mrs. J. C. Wooten, Greenville 24 34.5 6 93.60 

Mrs. S. E. Wright, Enfield 6 8.64 73.40 

Mrs. Y. E. Wright, 613 McDonald Ave., Hamlet 18 25.92 120.20 

Mrs. Rufus Bradley, 131 W. Ridge St., Rocky Mount 40 .... 156.00 

Mrs. W. G. Pilcher, Ellaville, Ga 23 89.70 



REPORT OF BOARD OF CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

Because of the ever-increasing cheapness of modern literature which floods the 
public mind, it is highly important that our church take some action in staving 
off this ruthless inroad made by the scavenger of literature on the mental life 
of our people. 

We must, therefore, through a process of sublimation, supplant this insidious 
evil by constantly keeping before the public and urging the people to make use 
of the best literature possible. This should be done by naming the best books, 
papers and periodicals from time to time. 

To do this we would urge the following recommendations: 

First: That the church periodicals be brought into contact with the young 
people to a greater extent than now obtains, and to that end the Annual Con- 
ference of North Carolina request by definite resolution the placing of the North 



Journal OF Proceedings 61 

Carolina Christian Advocate and the Nashville Christian Advocate in the libraries 
of the high schools within the boundaries of the North Carolina Conference. As 
a practical step in that direction, each district should plan for local units, where- 
by the local units will be charged with the duty of seeing that each high school 
library shall have one or both of these periodicals on the library table. 

Second: That we urge our people to heartily support the Aldersgate plan 
as prepared by our Conference paper for an increased circulation of the Christian 
Advocate. 

1. We suggest the following motto for every church this coming year: 
Souls Aflatne and Presses Humming Are Essential to Our Aldersgate Advance. 

2. That our North Carolina Christian Advocate be given an equal place 
with all other institution of the church in order that education, missions, orphan- 
ages and other interests may profit by its larger circulation, this being our one 
institution that can and does contribute to every undertaking in our two Confer- 
ences; also, that we continue as our goal to have every Board of Stewards 100 
per cent subscribers. 

Third: That we urge the circulation of the Upper Room, the Cargo, the 
Epivorth Highroad, the Christian Home, and the Church School Magazine, to- 
gether with other helpful aids among our publications. 

Fourth: We recommend that H. C. Smith succeed himself as a member of 
the Board of Publication. We also request the Bishop to re-appoint M. T. Plyler 
as Editor of the North Carolina Christian Advocate. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, Chairman, 

ALLEN P. BRANTLEY, Secretary. 



REPORT NO. 1— BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 

We, the Board of Lay Activities of the North Carolina Conference, beg to 
present the following report: 

Our board, during the year, has earnestly endeavored to carry out the program 
adopted by the Conference in 1936. We have not fully accomplished all our 
objectives, but notable progress has been made in many directions. 

We urge upon our laymen the practice of Christian stewardship as basic in 
all our work, and seek to lay upon their hearts the conviction that the most 
effective means of winning the world for Christ lies in the field of personal 
evangelism. 

Not only as a program of work for the coming year but also as a challenge 
and an opportunity for service, we make the following recommendations: 

1. That the Annual Conference accept the General Conference askings for 
General work; that an equal amount be apportioned for Conference work; and 
that the goal for 1937-3 8 be the payment of one-half of the benevolences by the 
time of the meeting of the District Conference. 

2. That each charge put into operation an adequate financial system, includ- 
ing the "Every-member Canvass," weekly payments of pledges, and monthly 
settlement of all financial obligations. 

3. That Institutes for Stewards be continued and expanded to reach every 
presiding elder's district within the Conference. 

4. That classes for stewards be held in each church, and that the pastor or 
some qualified layman teach the course, using as the basic text, Morelock's A 
Stenvard in the Methodist Church. 

5. That a District League of Stewards be organized in each district accord- 



62 North Carolina Annual Conference 

ing to the plan recommended by the General Board of Lay Activities. 

6. That the Director for the Golden Cross in each local church be appoint- 
ed immediately after the opening of the new Conference year, and that the local 
Board of Lay Activities lend him all possible assistance in his efforts to promote 
the hospital work of the church. 

7. That our goal for the North Carolina Christian Advocate during the 
coming year be a copy of this splendid and indispensable paper in the home of 
every Methodist steward. 

8. That the Conference program for the Methodist Orphanage be given our 
unqualified endorsement and whole-hearted support. 

9. That the mid-year meeting of the Conference Board of Lay Activities 
be held in Goldsboro on a day (exact date to be announced later) preceding 
the meeting of the District Conferences. 

10. That Laymen's Day be observed in every charge of the Conference on 
the third Sunday in May, 1938, or as near thereto as practicable, and that the 
topic — "Why Go to Church?" — be the subject for discussion on that day. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) W. P. FEW, Chairman, 

F. S. ALDRIDGE, Secretary. 



REPORT NO. 2— BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 

The Conference Lay Leader is now elected annually by the Annual Confer- 
ence on nomination of the Conference Board of Lay Activities and the presiding 
elders in joint session. 

These two groups, in joint session, nominate W. P. Few as Conference Lay 
Leader. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) E. L. HILLMAN, Chairman, 

J. M. CULBRETH, Secretary. 



REPORT OF ORPHANAGE COMMITTEE 

Your committee takes pleasure in reporting the Methodist Orphanage to be in 
a sound and healthy condition. Under the efficient administrative leadership of 
Reverend A. S. Barnes, the institution operates under a policy that is thoroughly 
sane and constructive. 

Thirty-eight years of continuous service in carrying its ministry of mercy to 
the parentless children within the bounds of our Conference commends this home 
to the love and liberality of our entire Methodist constituency. Through these 
years literally hundreds of unfortunate children have been snatched as "brands 
from the burning" by the benevolent hands of this institution. Scores have been 
salvaged and saved, rescued and rehabilitated, then released again to take their 
rightful places in society as useful citizens. 

We do not hesitate to say that through the facilities of our Orphanage the 
Conference continues to perform an indispensable humanitarian service, and 
makes this home a social asset of incalculable value. Our investment there is 
Christian charity in its fairest and most fruitful form. Macedonian calls from 
afar falling upon the ears of our Conference, however urgent and worthy, must 
never soften, nor silence, the cries of needy children at our very doors. 



Journal of Proceedings 63 

Three hundred such children are now happily harbored within this haven. 
Many more are seeking admission. The Superintendent reports that applications 
have reached a high mark. More have been filed this year than at any other 
time during his twenty-three years administration. 

This is significant in the light of our contemporary social security legislation. 
The fact is, the relief programs now operative under county, state, and federal 
agencies scarcely scratch the surface in solving the acute problem of dependent 
and destitute children within the state. Our church and fraternal institutions still 
stand in the breach between an incompetent childhood, and the stern, grim 
aspects of misfortune in its multifarious forms. The social security act, nor any 
other relief legislation, has lifted to any appreciable degree the load which these 
private institutions are carryings nor has it lifted from the shoulders of Method- 
ists their Christian obligation in maintaining the institution that shelters these 
indigent children. Therefore, the impression to the contrary should be immediately 
counteracted and corrected. The support of our Orphanage will continue to be 
the direct responsibility of the churches of our Conference. We would be adverse 
to any other plan. A church-owned, and a church-controlled institution must 
remain a church-supported institution. We must not break faith with these chil- 
dren whose confidence is implicitly reposed in us. 

A class of 26 graduated from high school last spring — the largest number in 
the history of the institution. Eight of our boys and girls are in college at the 
present time. Seven of our boys are taking vocational training. An equal number 
of boys and girls are taking business courses. 

We are pleased to report the general health of the Orphanage family as good. 
Our home has been remarkably free from epidemics and contagious diseases. 

The Orphanage, through its church school organization, carries on its own 
program of religious education. A new plan will be inaugurated at the beginning 
of the new Conference year which, we believe, will be more fruitful in meeting 
the religious needs of our children. The revival this year was conducted by 
Reverend A. P. Brantley. A definite contribution to the spiritual life of both 
children and workers resulted from his able and helpful preaching. 

Physical improvements in our Orphanage plant during the year have increased 
our facilities, added to the beauty of the campus, and enhanced the value of the 
property. 

The generosity of Mrs. G. G. Allen, of New York, merits the gratitude of 
the North Carolina Conference. Her recent gift of $30,000 makes possible the 
construction of a beautiful building, furnished throughout, to be known as the 
Burwell Cottage, in memory of her father and mother, William Henry and Lucy 
Cole Burwell. 

Funds have been provided for a gateway at the entrance of the campus on 
Glenwood Avenue by Mrs. J. C. Fuller, of Lumberton, in memory of her 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Best, of Goldsboro. 

Driveways on the campus have been greatly improved. 

An attractive and durable wire fence has been placed around the campus on 
Clay and St. Mary's Street, at a cost of $2,000, thus eliminating the hazards of 
traffic accidents among the children. 

Lovely curtains for the stage and draperies for the windows have added to 
the attractiveness of the auditorium in the Vann Building. The acoustics appear 
to be somewhat improved by this additional stage equipment. 

Budgetary requirements for operation alone calls for an expenditure of 
$80,000 during the current year. The ten percent apportionment, if paid in full, 
provides only $37,000 — less than half the cost of operation. Returns from the 
Orphanage Endowment funds will amount to $17,000. An additional $6,000 
from the Duke Endowment gives us a total of $60,000 in receipts, as against 
a necessary expenditure of $80,000. This leaves $20,000 to be secured from 



64 North Carolina Annual Conference 

other sources. Obviously, the need of specials is imperative. Your committee, 
therefore, recommends: 

1. A more uniform observance of all fifth Sundays as distinctly Orphanage 
days throughout the Conference. Offerings are to be taken upon each such occa- 
sion. 

2. That specials from church schools and organized classes be encouraged 
by our pastors and superintendents. 

3. That a free-will Thanksgiving offering be taken in every congregation 
during the Thanksgiving season. Between Thanksgiving and Christmas the cause 
of our fatherless children should be championed In every church in the Confer- 
ence. 

In addition to the above, your committee favors the continuation of the 
Orphanage apportionment on the present basis of ten percent of the pastor's 
salary. 

We recommend the re-appolntment of Rev. A. S. Barnes as Superintendent 
of the Methodist Orphanage. The names of the following persons are presented 
for confirmation as trustees of the Orphanage: Mrs. G. G. Allen, Graham Wood- 
ard, J. P. Gibbons, A. H. Vann, J. C. Biggs, T. H. Colvert, E. L. Hillman, 
and Wesley Foreman. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) C. K. PROCTOR, Chairman, 

W. CARLETON WILSON, Secretary. 



REPORT OF COMMISSION ON BUDGET 

We recommend: 

1. That the appropriation for General and Conference work total $175,364. 

2. That $4,200 net be deducated from this total before division, for Con- 
ference expense. 

3. That apportionments be divided as follows: 

General Conference work $84,082.00 

Conference work 87,082.00 

4. That the percentage for distribution of the grand total of $171,164 
after deduction of Conference expense of $4,200 be: 

For Conference work 50.89% 

For General Conference work 49.1 1 % 

5. That after due consideration of the askings from the Conference Boards, 
we recommend the following apportionments: 

Education $24,541.00 

Missions 24,541.00 

Claimants 25,000.00 

Church Extension 6,000.00 

Board of Lay Activities 1,000.00 

Wesley Foundation 2,100.00 

Student work at Eastern Carolina Teachers College 450.00 

Operating expenses for student work, E. C. T. C 450.00 

(The above two items to be paid to Mrs. J. C. Wooten, 
Chairman of Student Committee, or her successor.) 



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6. That the distributions be made to the several districts for Conference 
work be as follows: 

Durham $14,459.00 

Elizabeth City 10,796.00 

Fayetteville 13,428.00 

New Bern 12,355.00 

Raleigh 13,255.00 

Rocky Mount 13,563.00 

Wilmington 1 1,326.00 



$89,182.00 
7. That the distribution to the several districts for General Conference work 

Durham $13,973.00 

Elizabeth City 10,433.00 

Fayetteville 12,976.00 

New Bern 1 1,939.00 

Raleigh 12,809.00 

Rocky Mount 13,107.00 

Wilmington 1 0,945.00 



$86,182.00 

8. That the percentages for the distribution for the various causes for Con- 
ference work be: 

Education 29.18% 

Missions 29.18% 

Claimants 29.74% 

Church Extension 7.14% 

Lay Activities 1.19% 

Wesley Foundation 2.49% 

Student work at Eastern Carolina Teachers College 54% 

Operating expense for Student work, E. C. T. C 54% 

9. That the following items be preferred claims: 

Conference Expense $2,000.00 

Statistical Secretary 200.00 

Conference Minutes 1,400.00 

Conference Treasurer's Secretary 600.00 

Louisburg College for Public Relation Secretary 3,000.00 

10. The books of the Conference Treasurer were audited by A. M. PuUen 
and Company, of Raleigh, on December 10, 1936. The report of the audit i.<^ 
entered on the records of the commission. 

11. We recommend the re-election of Mr. C. A. Dillon for Conference 
Treasurer, and that the Conference authorize the Commission on Budget to elect 
a Treasurer whenever a vacancy occurs ad interim. 

12. It is further recommended that the bond of the Conference Treasurer, 
to the amount of $50,000, and the Treasurer of each board be renewed in blanket 
form as has been required in previous years, the Treasurer of each board to pay its 
fro rata share of the cost. The blanket bond is to be kept by the Secretary of the 
commission in the vault of the Treasurer of Duke University. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) JOHN F. BRUTON, Chairman, 
F. S. ALDRIDGE, Secretary. 



66 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF THE BIBLE SOCIETY BOARD 

Your board on the American Bible Society reports with satisfaction on the 
activities and achievements of the Society for the year 1936-3 7. Many improve- 
ments have been made in the plant of the Nevv^ York branch, enabling the Society 
to better meet the demands made upon it for Bibles, and portions of the Bible, 
in every land and tongue. At the end of 1936 the whole Bible had been published 
in 176 languages, the New Testament in 214, portions or selections in 601 more, 
so that the Scriptures have now been published in 991 languages and dialects. 

DISTRIBUTION 

The Bible Society's chief task, of course, is the distribution of the Scriptures. 
During the year 1936, through its district and division secretaries in the United 
States and its agency secretaries abroad, the Society put in circulation in upward 
of forty countries, a total of over 7,760,000 Bibles, and portions of the Bible, 
an increase of more than half a million over the preceding year. Of this number 
more than 3,000,000 volumes were distributed in the United States. Many cheer- 
ing reports have come from the agents in the foreign fields. 

UNIVERSAL BIBLE SUNDAY 

We, your board, recommend that Sunday, December 12, be set aside as 
Universal Bible Sunday and that the ministers and churches represented in this 
body be urged to take advantage of the co-operation offered by the Society in 
furnishing assistance, and plan carefully for a worthy observance of the day. 

We further recommend that the ministers use the Society as far as possible 
in giving to our people the Bible and that the regular percentage of our benevol- 
ent offering be sent to the Society to help with this worthy cause. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) GEO. B. STARLING, Chairman, 
W. G. FARRAR, Secretary. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE 
RELATIONS 

Your Committee on Conference Relations desires to submit the following 
report : 

We recommend for supernumerary relation: N. M. McDonald. 

We recommend for superannuate relation: E. C. Glenn, T. S. Coble, J. M. 
Wright, L. H. Joyner, C. P. Jerome, W. H. Townsend, D. H. Tuttle, J. M. 
Rhodes, J. T. Gibbs, J. M. Lowder, J. F. Usry, H. M. Jackson, L. S. Massey, 
J. W. Potter, J. W. Hoyle, Sr., G. T. Adams, J. B. Hurley, A. J. Groves, R. A. 
Bruton, N. H. D. Wilson, J. G. Johnson, E. H. Davis, William Towe, C. M. 
Hawkins, F. M. Shamburger, G. H. Biggs, J. H. Frizzelle, C. H. Caviness, 
A. J. Parker, Guy Hamilton, H. C. Ewing, J. W. Autry, F. B. Noblitt, J. D. 
Bundy, J. H. McCracken, H. E. Lance, J. H. Shore, R. E. Atkinson, E. H. 
McWhorter, W. H. Brown, C. L. Read, W. C. Jones, L. M. Chafiin, T. E. Davis, 
J. A. Tharpe, J. T. Draper, F. E. Dixon, W. C. Merritt, E. L. Stack, W. F. 
Trawick, W. F. Craven. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) J. W. BRADLEY, Chairman, 
J. C. WHEDBEE, Secretary. 



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Journal of Proceedings 67 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT CONFERENCE 
RECORDS 

Your Committee on District Conference Records reports that the records of 
the seven District Conferences have been neatly and accurately kept. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) CARLOS P. WOMACK, Chairman, 
H. L. HARRIS, Secretary. 



REPORT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE 
NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 

Your board met at the Edenton Street Church, Friday, November 19, at 
2 p. m., in its regular annual session, with R. L. Flovv'ers presiding. Present were 
R. L. Flowers, J. F. Bruton, T. M. Grant, J. H. McCracken, J. M. Ormond, 
and M. T. Plyler. 

J. M. Ormond submitted his report as Treasurer. This was received and 
ordered filed. 

On motion of J. F. Bruton, the Treasurer was ordered to turn over to the 
Board of Finance $2,700 for benefit of the Conference claimants. 

The Chairman and Treasurer of the board, on motion of J. F. Bruton, were 
authorized to invest the Duke Fund when it comes into the possession of this 
board. 

A copy of the Treasurer's report is herewith submitted for the information 
of this Conference. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) R. L. FLOWERS, President, 
M. T. PLYLER, Secretary, 
J. M. ORMOND, Treasurer. 

TREASURER'S REPORT, CONFERENCE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Statement of Fund 

$50,000 Bonds, N. C. Highway (Common) $51,688.55 

2,000 Bonds, City of Raleigh 2,081.26 

1,000 Bonds, City of Durham 1,081.61 

1,000 Bonds, Robeson County 1,1 14.85 

Stock, t^orth Carolina Christian Advocate 2,000.00 

Horton Property (estimated value) 2,000.00 

Cash, Fidelity Bank 3,070.00 

$63,036.27 

Value of Fund November 20, 1936 $60,038.00 

Excess income over expenditure 2,998.27 

$63,036.27 

Statement of Income and Expenditure 
Income: 

Balance 1936 income $2,781.58 

Bond income 2,326.03 



68 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Rents 536.57 

Interest on deposit 54.72 

$ 5,698.90 

Expenditures: 

Check to C. E. Jordan, Treasurer, Board of Finance $2,600.00 

Treasurer's bond 50.00 

Safety deposit box rent 2.75 

Insurance (Raleigh property) 47.88 

2,700.63 

October 30, 1937. $ 2,998.27 



REPORT OF COMMISSION ON METHODIST 
CO-OPERATION 

(FURNISHED AS INFORMATION) 
Dear Brethren: 

The Commission held its annual meeting in the office of the Editor of the 
North Carolina Christian Advocate, with all the participating Conferences repre- 
sented, but with a rather small attendance due to unavoidable absences on the 
part of the representatives from the three bodies constituting the Commission. 

The Chairman of the Commission, Dr. M. T. Plyler, submitted a historic 
statement of the origin and purpose of the Commission. On motion of Dr. W. P. 
Few, the paper was ordered made a part of this report and the basis for any 
suggestions we may have to make to the Conferences. It is as follows: 

"The two Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and the 
Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church at the annual session in 1922 
provided for a Joint Commission on Methodist Co-operation in North Carolina. 
This Joint Commission met in Greensboro, January 18, 192 3, and organized by 
electing Rev. M. T. Plyler, President, and Rev. R. C. Stubbins, Secretary. 

"The personnel of the Joint Commission was as follows: Methodist Protestant 
Church, Rev. T. M. Johnson, Rev. J. D. Williams, Rev. R. C. Stubbins, Mr. 
R. F. Williams, Mr. J. H. Allen, and Mr. L. F. Ross. Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South, Rev. J. H. Barnhardt, Rev. J. F. Kirk, and Mr. Fred N. Tate, 
representing the Western North Carolina Conference, and Rev. M. T. Plyler, 
Rev. C. B. Culbreth, and Dr. W. P. Few, representing the North Carolina Con- 
ference. 

"The Commission caused the following address to be sent to the Methodists 
of North Carolina: 'We are duly mindful of the common origin of our separate 
Methodisms, which are one in spirit, life and doctrine; and always have been 
a unit in the effort to spread scriptural holiness over the land. Moreover, the 
increasing complexity of the social order, with its problems and the readjustments 
going on about us, admonish us that our Methodist people must gather their 
forces for a more vigorous church life and unite for a mutual advance. Under 
the blessings of Heaven, our two Methodist churches must become a still greater 
force for righteousness and spiritual advance in North Carolina. Every atom 
of energy must be mobilized against a common foe; less of power and effective- 
ness, due to unnecessary friction, must cease. What can Methodists do to con- 
tribute to this end? We would suggest: 

"'I. That our preachers and people come to know the efforts and aspira- 
tions of each by cultivating more cordial and intimate relations one with the 
other. Interchange of pulpits and union of efforts in revival campaigns may 
prove helpful to this end. 



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" '2. That wherever the two churches are working side by side in a com- 
munity, careful attention and serious thought be given by both churches to see 
that some way be found to prevent antagonism and waste of energy in doing 
the work that Methodism as a whole should do. These local issues must be worked 
out by the good men and women who are on the ground and have been brought 
to see the sin of depleted strength that ought to be united against the enemies 
of righteousness. 

" '3. That due attention be given to co-ordinating undertakings and to 
readjustments of churches in certain sections where both must continue a useless 
struggle until the best and wisest will be convinced of the folly of present 
methods. Why not move to have the Conferences involved in this venture in 
North Carolina to establish a permanent Board of Mediation? 

" '4. That we plan and pray that our two Methodisms may this good year 
of our Lord be one in spirit and aim and effort in doing the work to which 
we are called in North Carolina.' 

"At a second meeting in Greensboro, October 10, of the same year, the 
Commission recommended to the Conferences that this Joint Commission be 
continued and authorized to use its best efforts to aid in the work of the two 
Methodisms. Since we 'favor and long for a united Methodism,' our first con- 
cern was to secure closer and more intimate co-operation between the two churches. 
Expressing our gratitude for the cordial and brotherly relations existing between 
the members of the great Methodist family, we suggested interchange of pulpits 
and certain readjustment as soon as possible of our country church work. From 
the first, fraternal messages have been heard at each of the Conference sessions. 

"In 1932 further gratification was expressed over the appointment of the 
Commission of the three Methodisms looking to the present plan which is now 
nearing the final action of the Conferences. 

"A ten year plan, similar to that which led to the union of English Meth- 
odism, was suggested in 193 3, but the union movement has gone so much faster 
than any of us had thought possible a few years ago that a decade was not 
necessary. 

"In connection with the Sesqui-Centennial Celebration of American Meth- 
odism, January 6, 1935, the first united conference of the three Methodisms in 
this state was held in Greensboro, Bishop William F. McDowell, of Washington, 
being the chief speaker. We have come along these past fifteen years pleased to 
know each other better as we have moved to the union of American Methodism. 

"Would not this Aldersgate year be a favorable time for Methodism to 
become more nearly one in soul and body by stressing these experiences of early 
Methodists in all our churches? Allow me to suggest that this Commission take 
some definite action to report to our Annual Conferences." 

As suggested by the paper, the Commission recommends that we give our 
thought and attention to the celebration of the Aldersgate experience. We are 
asking that a Committee be set up by each of the participating Annual Confer- 
ences to act with their Commission in planning programs and selecting places 
in which the three Methodisms may come together in the observance of this event 
which is our common origin. We are naming Thursday, December 2, 1937, at 
10:00 a. m., at the office of the Editor of the }<lorth Carolina Christian Advocate^ 
as the time and place for holding the first meeting of the Joint Committee. 

The Bishop named H. I. Glass, R. W. Bradshaw, and J. G. Phillips as the 
members from the North Carolina Conference. 

We would call attention to our report to the Conferences held last year to 
the suggestions made therein concerning efforts to bring our three groups into 
closer fellowship looking to the time when they shall be united into the one new 
church. (See Western North Carolina Journal, 1936, page 73, and North Caro- 
lina Journal, 193 6, page 68). A good deal of progress has been made in this 



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direction, a number of the churches putting at least some of the suggestions into 
practice. To these suggestions we would add that, wherever possible, the pastors 
and churches of the three groups unite in the holding of District Conferences, 
under the direction of the presiding elders, the District Superintendents, and the 
President of the three Methodist bodies. 

We are taking the liberty of naming Rev. C. B. Culbreth to represent the 
Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at the session of the Blue 
Ridge-Atlantic Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church; and Dr. M. T. 
Plyler to represent the two Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, at the session of the North Carolina Annual Conference of the Methodist 
Protestant Church. 

May the blessing of God and the guidance of His Holy Spirit rest upon the 
deliberations of the Conferences as they meet in their sessions this fall. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, Chairman, 
C. W. BATES, Secretary. 



REPORT OF BOARD OF MANAGERS OF NORTH 
CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL 

The Pastors' School last June co-operated again with the Country Church 
Institute and the Institute of International Relations, running simultaneously at 
Duke University. The interchange of privileges was greatly appreciated by the 
many in attendance. 

The management has under consideration a session of one week instead of 
two weeks for the school next year immediately following the Duke commence- 
ment. It is thought such an arrangement would make possible facilities for larger 
numbers and allow more concentration on the program for 1938. Definite 
arrangements as to this will be made at an early date. 

Number of credits received: 

North Carolina Conference 91 

Western North Carolina Conference 45 

Ministerial students 60 

Other Conferences and denominations 22 

218 
Members of the Board of Managers whose terms expire: 

North Carolina Conference: J. M. Ormond, H. E. Spenee, L. L. Gobbel. 

Western North Carolina Conference: O. V. Woosley, P. N. Garber, C. H. King. 
The report of the Treasurer is attached. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, President, 
W. A. KALE, Secretary. 



REPORT OF TREASURER, NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL 

Balance in bank from previous year $ 978.04 

Received during the year from participating Conference Boards .... 1,300.00 



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Received from registration fees, 1937 School 282.00 

Received from interest on bank deposit 22.78 

Total received for the year $2,5 82.82 

Cost of 1937 School 2,082.08 

Balance in Fidelity Bank, Durham, N. C, October 1, 1937 $ 500.74 

In Bank: Savings $ 426.2 1 

Checking 74.5 3 



$ 500.74 
October 1, 1937. (Signed) LUTHER L. GOBBEL, Treasurer. 



REPORT OF DUKE FUND COMMISSION 

Contributions from the Duke Endowment to the North Carolina and Western 
North Carolina Conferences, November 1, 1936, through September 30, 1937: 

CJnirch Building Fund: 

Number of appropriations 3 8 

Amount appropriated $43,660.00 

Church Maintenance Fund: 

Number of appropriations 153 

Amount appropriated $41,900.00 

Superanniuite Fund: 

Number of appropriations 271 

Amount appropriated $ 1 9,000.00 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, President. 



REPORT OF THE JOINT COMMISSION ON WESLEY 

FOUNDATION OF COLLEGE PLACE AND 

CHAPEL HILL CHURCHES 

The Commission has given careful attention to the v/ork of our churches at 
Chapel Hill and College Place, Greensboro. The more than 1,400 Methodist 
students of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and of the Woman's 
College of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, are our special 
concern. 

In helping these choice young spirits vi^e not only help them as individuals, 
but they also go back into the communities and churches from whence they come 
to do the service of the Master. 

We include the following statements as to the work in hand: 

STUDENT WORK AT CHAPEL HILL CHURCH 
The University Methodist Church at Chapel Hill has the task of serving the 
religious needs of more than 700 young men and women who are students in 
the University. To comprehend the magnitude of the church's task one need only 



72 North Carolina Annual Conference 

to be reminded that more than 200 Methodist freshmen are enrolled in the Uni- 
versity this year. The religious problems and needs attendant upon this time of 
transition from home to college are manifold and acute. 

Through its student work the University Church attempts to anticipate and 
meet these needs and to solve these problems, using various channels of influence. 
The Sunday services, a morning class, the worship service, and a forum, all are 
centered around the student and seek his spiritual orientation. As far as is prac- 
tical, the conduct of student activities is in the hands of the students themselves, 
with policies being adopted, programs outlined, and plans made by leaders in 
training. The Sunday schedule is supported by various activities during the week. 
Social gatherings, recreational outings, deputations, and intimate discussion groups 
are among the regular features of the student program. In order to maintain 
close contact with all Methodist students in dormitories there is in each dormitory 
a leader with his floor assistants. Tying all of this together are the visitation of 
the pastor in the students' rooms and a program of personal counseling. 

The University Church strives to help the students to maintain an attitude that 
is progressive, balanced, and above all, deeply spiritual. 

COLLEGE PLACE CHURCH, GREENSBORO 

There are 1,8 86 students enrolled at the Woman's College of the University 
of North Carolina, Greensboro, to date. Of these, 657, or more than one-third, 
are Methodists, and 310 have joined the Wesley Foundation organization and 
become affiliate members of College Place Methodist Church. Some who cannot 
attend the Wesley Foundation meetings join the local congregation in worship 
in one form or another at College Place Church each Sunday, approximately 
400 in all. The Wesley Foundation, under the leadership of Miss Idalene Gul- 
ledge, who for the past eight years has rendered excellent service, and Miss 
Marjorie Pouder, the newly employed Director, has made marked advancement. 
It has a larger enrollment this year than ever before in its history and is render- 
ing a service to girls from every section of our state and from practically every 
state east of the Mississippi River. 

The student organization and the membership of the local congregation have 
steadily grown until there is now an enrollment of 1,302 in the church school. 
They are greatly handicapped because of lack of space and equipment. 

In order to carry on the work so well begun among our young people at 
Chapel Hill and College Place Church, Greensboro, the Joint Commission asks 
the two North Carolina Conferences for the following amounts: 

Chafel Hill: 

1. Salary of full-time student worker $1,000.00 

2. Operating expenses 1,650.00 

3. Total 2,650.00 

4. Less grant by General Board 350.00 

5. Balance 2,300.00 

College Place: 

1. Salary of full-time student worker $1,700.00 

2. Operating expenses 200.00 

3. Total 1,900.00 

4. Less grant by General Board 600.00 

5. Balance 1,300.00 

Total askings $3,600.00 

Each Annual Conference 1,800.00 



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To meet the askings made of the North Carolina Conference this request goes 
to the Commission on Budget of the Conferences to make an appropriation 
sufficient to care for the request of each Annual Conference. 

Your Inter-Conference Commission, in order to prevent confusion in handling 
the funds, requests that the Treasurer of each Annual Conference be instructed 
to remit all money directly to the Treasurer of this Commission, J. M. Culbreth, 
who in turn will distribute the funds to the beneficiaries at Chapel Hill and 
College Place. Treasurer Culbreth is in turn to submit an annual report to each 
Conference. 

The debt situation and inadequate plant at College Place were carefully 
considered by the Commission and on motion of Bishop Kern it was voted to 
request the two Conferences to appoint a committee to study the situation at 
College Place and to lead in a movement to provide for a suitable plant there. 
The Bishop named for the North Carolina Conference the following: A. J. 
Hobbs, Wilson; L. C. Larkin, New Bern; Dr. W. K. Greene, Durham; and 
A. M. Noble, Smithfield, and asks that they be confirmed. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, Chairman, 

W. A. STANBURY, Vice-Chairman, 
J. M. CULBRETH, Secretary. 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER OF THE WESLEY FOUNDATION 

Receifts 
Reported paid by E. O. Cole: 

Jan. 7— To W. W. Peele, College Place $ 100.00 

Jan. 2 1— To A. P. Brantley 200.00 

Apr. 17— From C. A. Dillon 256.00 

June 4— From C. A. Dillon 1 10.08 

June 1 2— From E. O. Cole 400.00 

Oct. 9— From C. A. Dillon 40.96 

Nov. 2— From E. O. Cole 761.1 1 

Dec. 3— From C. A. Dillon 680.96 

Total $2,549.03 

Disbursements 

June 1— To A. P. Brantley $ 75.00 

June 4— To A. P. Brantley 200.00 

June 15— To A. P. Brantley 200.00 

Nov. 3— To A. P. Brantley 75.00 

Dec. 7— To A. P. Brantley 875.00 

June 1— To Idalcne GuUedge 35.00 

June 4 — To Idalene Gulledge 56.00 

June 15— To Idalene Gulledge 100.00 

Oct. 10 — To Marjorie Pouder 40.00 

Dec. 7— To B. C. Reavis 475.00 

Total $2,431.00 

Balance on hand Dec. 8, 1937 $118.03 

(Signed) J. MARVIN CULBRETH, Treasurer. 



74 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF FINDINGS COMMITTEE ON ALDERSGATE 
COMMEMORATION 

The Committee appointed by the presiding Bishop to consider the co-operation 
of this Conference in the Aldersgate Commemoration now beginning has heard 
an outline of the general plan and begs to report as follows: 

NATURE OF THE COMMEMORATION 

The Commemoration is a spiritual movement under the direction of the 
College of Bishops and participated in by all the boards and other agencies of 
the church. It proposes to commemorate the bi-centennial of Mr. Wesley's "heart- 
warming experience" in Aldersgate Street, London, by leading our church into 
a deeper and more vital religious experience. It has no financial objective of 
any kind, save as such may voluntarily be assumed by a local church for its own 
purposes. It does not undertake any new tasks nor create any new organizations. 
It seeks a great spiritual awakening in the church, and it proposes to bring to 
modern Methodism the power and spirit which were the possession of early 
Methodism. It will endeavor to motivate all the progress of the church with a 
new spiritual experience. 

THE NEED FOR SUCH AN AWAKENING 

That such a movement as this is greatly needed is apparent to all. A spiritual 
revival, in fact, is the greatest need of the church and the world, a need which 
embraces all other needs. If this can come about, most of our other problems will 
be easy of solution. 

The time is at hand when every energy of the church should be devoted to 
this end. We have an opportunity now that may not come to us again in this 
generation. In the hearts of our preachers and people alike there is a sense of 
spiritual need and a longing for a more personal touch with God. The Aiders- 
gate Bi-centennial comes at a providential moment and enables us to focus the 
minds of our people upon spiritual reality and the original genius of Methodism. 
Our Bishops have been wise in their decision to utilize this historic occasion for 
the purpose of revitalizing the faith and experience of the church. 

In this we are greatly interested and we place ourselves on record as determined 
to support the Aldersgate Commemoration in every possbile way. To our Bishops, 
and especially to Bishop A. Frank Smith, Director of the Commemoration, we 
pledge our whole-hearted co-operation in carrying out every detail of the Com- 
memoration plan. We call upon our preachers immediately to begin spiritual 
preparation in their own lives and churches, to inform themselves concerning 
the history, doctrines and work of Methodism, and to pray earnestly for the 
success of the entire movement. 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE 

We confirm the appointment of the College of Bishops of the following 
persons to constitute our Conference Aldersgate Committee: 

Bishop Paul B. Kern Chairman 

F. S. Love Conference Missionary Secretary 

Robert Bradshaw Executive Secretary of Christian Education 

Dr. W. P. Few Conference Lay Leader 

Mrs. A. M. Gates .... Conference President, Woman's Missionary Society 
F. S. Love Bishops' Crusade Director for last year 



Journal of Proceedings 75 

CONFERENCE GOALS 

The plan of the Aldersgate Commemoration has certain definite objectives 
for the whole church. This Conference will do its utmost to assist in the realiza- 
tion of these objectives. We recommend that we adopt the following- goals for 
our own Conference, and call upon all preachers, people and agencies within 
the Conference to work for their realization: 

1. A more vital experience of religion in the heart of every preacher and 
local church official and teacher, and a general religious awakening in every 
congregation. 

2. The reception of not less than 7,000 members into our church on pro- 
fession of faith during the coming year. 

3. An increase of 25% in enrollment and attendance in the church schools 
of the Conference. 

4. An increase to not less than 100% in acceptances and payments on the 
General and Conference benevolences during the coming Conference year. 

5. The adoption of a definite set of objectives, or a continuation program, 
for each charge, in accordance with the plan of the Aldersgate Commemoration. 

6. A cultivation movement in every church, using the literature provided 
and recommended by the College of Bishops and other agencies of the church, 
for the purpose of informing all our people in Methodist history, doctrines, and 
work, to the end that we may have a more intelligent, loyal and active church 
membership. 

7. Co-operation, according to the plans now outlined and later to be an- 
nounced by the College of Bishops, in every part of the Aldersgate Commemora- 
tion. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) H. C. SMITH, Chairman, 
F. S. LOVE, Secretary. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON SUGGESTIONS FOR 
REARRANGEMENT OF CHARGES 

Your Committee on Suggestions for the Rearrangement of Charges, after a 
thorough study of the facts, is not in a position at this session of the Conference 
to make recommendations concerning specific rearrangement of charges. How- 
ever, this study has convinced us that such a committee, working in co-operation 
with the Cabinet, can be of real worth to the Conference. 

This committee is of the opinion that proper rearrangement of some of our 
pastoral charges will tend to equalize the pastor's task by distributing part of 
his work to another charge, or to other charges j to bring about a more equitable 
salary arrangement; and to relieve the Board of Missions of certain expenditures 
that could be used elsewhere to better advantage. 

We recommend, therefore, that this committee, or a similar one, be continued 
for another year. 

We further recommend that a mid-year meeting of this committee and the 
presiding elders be arranged, that the facts discovered and considered by the 
committee might be submitted to the presiding elders in time for them to utilize 
the information in the making- of pastoral appointments. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) J. M, ORMOND, Chairman, 
C. P. WOMACK, Secretary. 



16 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT NO. 1— COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS TO THE 
GENERAL CONFERENCE 

There was before the committee a memorial to study the question of equali- 
zation of salaries. The committee reports non-concurrence for the reason that a 
similar memorial went from this and other annual Conferences to the last General 
Conference which set up such a committee, and said committee will make its 
report to the forthcoming General Conference. 

There was a memorial before our committee calling for an addition to 
Chapter III, section 16, paragraph 226, Book of Discipline, providing for the 
office of Life Steward with power to vote. 

The committee reports non-concurrence for the reason that the amendment, 
as submitted, would confer the right to vote on Life Stewards, and the committee 
believes this to be inadvisable. 

Eliminating the right to vote, the other purposes of the amendment are 
served by the rather common practice of appointing Honorary Stewards where 
deemed desirable. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) J. M. ORMOND, Chairman, 
R. E. BROWN, Secretary. 



REPORT NO. 2— COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS TO THE 
GENERAL CONFERENCE 

There were before the committee two memorials to change the law regarding 
the Book Committee and Publishing Agents of our Publishing House. The com- 
mittee reports non-concurrence. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) J. M. ORMOND, Chairman, 
R. E. BROWN, Secretary. 



RESOLUTION ON SPECIAL SUPERANNUATE FUND 

Whereas, there is a most definite need for more adequate support for ministers 
when they are superannuated; and 

Whereas, many of our ministers receive such small salaries that it is im- 
possible for them to make adequate provision for the time of superannuation; and 

Whereas, there should be some practical means by which ministers express 
their fellowship and brotherhood; 

Therefore, Be It Resolved: 

That there be provided a fund for members of the North Carolina Confer- 
ence from which payment shall be made to said members at the time of their 
superannuation according to the provisions contained herein. 

This fund shall be raised: (a) by each minister, in full connection, paying 
one per cent (l%) of his salary each year (including missionary and Duke 
Endowment appropriations) from appointment received at the hands of the 
Conference. 

(b) by an assessment placed on each charge in the Conference of an amount 
equal to one per cent (l%) of the pastor's salary. This assessment is to be in- 



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eluded in the amount assessed by the board of stewards for the support of the 
ministry. 

Benefits shall be paid to members of the Conference on the following scale: 

(a) to members now in full connection : 

If superannuated at end of first year of adoption of this plan ... $ 100 
If superannuated at end of second year of adoption of this plan . . . 200 
If superannuated at end of third year of adoption of this plan . . . 300 
If superannuated at end of fourth year of adoption of this plan . . 400 
If superannuated at end of fifth year of adoption of this plan . . . 500 
If superannuated at end of sixth year of adoption of this plan . . . 600 
If superannuated at end of seventh year of adoption of this plan . 700 
If superannuated at end of eighth year of adoption of this plan . 800 
If superannuated at end of ninth year of adoption of this plan . . 900 

If superannuated at end of tenth year of membership 1,000 

(b) To those who may be admitted into full connection after the adoption of 
this plan: 

If superannuated at the end of one year of membership . . . .$ 100 
If superannuated at the end of two years of membership . . . 200 
If superannuated at the end of three years of membership . . . 300 
If superannuated at the end of four years of membership . . . 400 
If superannuated at the end of five years of membership . . . 500 
If superannuated at the end of six years of membership .... 600 
If superannuated at the end of seven years of membership . . . 700 
If superannuated at the end of eight years of membership . . . 800 
If superannuated at the end of nine years of membership . . . 900 
If superannuated after ten years of membership 1,000 

The presiding elder of each district shall collect from each minister in his 
district each quarter an amount of 1 % of what the pastor has received in salary, 
also he shall collect the 1 % apportionment on the charge. These funds shall 
be remitted to the Financial Secretary of this fund along with the name and 
amount each minister has paid. The Financial Secretary shall keep permanent 
record of payments made by each minister and shall remit the money to the 
Treasurer of the Board of Finance. The Board of Finance shall handle this fund 
as a separate and distinct fund and for the purpose only designated herein. 

After the first ten years there shall be held in reserve an amount equal to 
$500 for each man who has been superannuated during the immediately preceding 
ten years. 

Upon superannuation of any member who has failed any year or any number 
of years to contribute 1 % of his salary, there shall be deducted from his benefit 
an amount equal to twice that amount he should have paid during the year or 
years he did not contribute. 

If a participating member dies while in the active service, the Board of 
Finance shall pay his widow, any other dependent or dependents, an amount 
equal to the amount the member has paid into this fund. 

Those who transfer into this Conference shall become members and benefits 
shall be paid upon superannuation according to the scale contained above : namely, 
$100 for each year of service in the Conference until the maximum amount is 
reached. 

Any member who is transferred out of the North Carolina Conference shall 
have the privilege of either (a) retaining his claim on this fund so long as he 
contributes 1% of the salary he receives wherever his appointment may be, or 

(b) be refunded the amount he has contributed to this fund. 

On nomination of the Board of Finance the Conference shall elect a Financial 
Secretary of this fund. The duties of the Financial Secretary shall be to promote 



78 North Carolina Annual Conference 

this work, receive reports and funds from the presiding elders and pastors, keep 
permanent records of payments for each minister, and turn all funds over to 
the Treasurer of the Board of Finance to be distributed as herein designated. 
The Financial Secretary shall serve without salary but the Board of Finance may 
allow him not more than $200 per year for all expenses he may incur in the 
discharge of the duties of his office. The Financial Secretary shall be bonded to 
an amount amply covering whatever sums he may receive or have on hand at 
any time. 

The Board of Finance shall give the Annual Conference each year an item- 
ized statement of all funds received, distributed and on hand. The Board of 
Finance shall invest reserve funds only in United States government and state 
bonds and no deposits shall be made in any bank in excess of that bank's insur- 
ance and guaranty of deposits. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) J. A. STATON, (Signed) D.E.EARNHARDT, 

JOHN F. BRUTON, W. L. CLEGG, 

J. H. EARNHARDT, L. C. LARKIN, 

H. B. PORTER, W. C. CHADWICK, 

D. M. SHARPE, B. B. SLAUGHTER, 

L. T. SINGLETON, W. K. GREENE, 

A. J. HOBBS, T. McM. GRANT. 



RESOLUTION CONCERNING LOUISBURG COLLEGE 

Resolved: by the North Carolina Conference, 1937 Session, Raleigh, N. C: 
That the Trustees of Louisburg College be, and they are hereby fully author- 
ized and empowered to negotiate new loan or loans from any source or sources 
available, proceeds of which are to be used exclusively in the liquidation of the 
indebtedness of Louisburg College, as contemplated in the present plan for settle- 
ment, to execute all such notes, bonds, and evidence of indebtedness therefor as 
may be necessary, and to sell or mortgage its Durham, N. C, property, and to 
mortgage its Louisburg property as security for any such new loan or loans, 
pending liquidation thereof, and with full powers and authority to said Trustees 
to do all acts and things necessary as herein authorized; (that the regular annual 
appropriation made by this Conference to Louisburg College be ear-marked and 
applied as may be necessary in the payment of interest accruing on any new 
loan or loans as herein authorized.) 



Respectfully submitted, 



(Signde) C. K. PROCTOR, 
W. A. CADE. 



RESOLUTIONS RELATING TO TEMPERANCE 

Whereas, within the past twelve months there has been a virtual doubling of 
the sale of legalized liquor in North Carolina, and figures show conclusively that 
liquor has been largely responsible for the 41% increase in motor vehicle acci- 
dents in our state since repeal, and legalization has lent respectability, among 
some of our people, to the whole nefarious business; and. 

Whereas, some of our people, and we fear some of our ministers, have been 
deceived into feeling that it might be wise to experiment again in so-called 



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control; we, the North Carolina Conference, in annual assembly, do hereby 
resolve : 

That we implore all sincere repealists to return to the well-established truth 
that the only duty of the state in regard to this evil is to seek to prohibit it, and 
we assure every minister of our united support in his opposition to the further 
establishment of liquor stores within our Conference territory; 

That we stand back of the public schools in teaching the harmful effects of 
alcohol and set ourselves with renewed vigor to such teaching in church and 
community; 

That we refuse to support for public office any persons who do hereafter 
advocate the legalization of alcoholic beverage; 

That we beseech all pastors and other church officers that they do not recom- 
mend, nor approve, for official position in any phase of church life, any person 
who drinks alcoholic beverage, advertises it, manufactures it, sells it, or in any 
way whatever seeks to promote this accursed liquor traffic; and, to this end, we 
further recommend: 

That the seven presiding elders of our Conference constitute a body to effect 
these designs, and that our presiding Bishop appoint one of them as Chairman, 
to direct the temperance activities of our Conference. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) 



J. 


F. 


HERBERT, 


J. 


G. 


PHILLIPS, 


E. 


C. 


CRAWFORD, 


T. 


G, 


. VICKERS, 


C. 


B. 


CULBRETH. 



RESOLUTIONS ON PEACE 

Whereas we are deeply concerned over the present conflict in China, not only 
because of a spirit of Christian compassion for all our fellows, but also because 
the war directly affects the missionary enterprise and the members of our own 
church; and whereas we anticipate that a policy which begins with a concerted 
condemnation of Japan by heavily armed nations will lead to armed interven- 
tion; and whereas, we believe that a policy of enforcing peace with arms is self- 
contradictory; therefore, be it resolved: that we recommend to the President and 
Congress of the United States: 

I. That our developing practice of not intervening with arms in the affairs 
of other nations be made our fixed policy. 

II. That the United States, in co-operation with such democratic and rela- 
tively unarmed nations as Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, seek to constitute a 
group devoted to maintaining trade relations as nearly normal as possible with 
non-belligerent nations; trading with warring nations, whether attacked or 
attacking, only in goods destined to peaceful uses; and preparing the way for 
disarmament by extending among the nations the policy of no armed intervention. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) J. M. CULBRETH, (Signed) F. S. LOVE, 

M T. PLYLER, R. W. BRADSHAW, 

HENRY G. RUARK, Wm. L. KNIGHT, 

C. W. ROBBINS, J. L. CUNINGGIM, 

C. W. GOLDSTON, ALLEN P. BRANTLEY. 



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RESOLUTION ON A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO 
THE NATIONAL CONSTITUTION 

Be It Resolved: 

That our people be asked to give attention to the constitutional amendment 
offered by Senator Robert M. LaFollette, of Wisconsin, which calls for a national 
vote of the people, before the United States may officially engage in warj and 
that we encourage, by all becoming means, popular study for Senator LaFoUette's 
proposed amendment. 

(Signed) R. DWIGHT WARE, 
HENRY G. RUARK, 
ROBERT W. BRADSHAW, 
E. B. FISHER. 



RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE SITUATION IN 
CHINA 

Be It Resolved: That the North Carolina Conference vote to instruct the 
Conference Secretary to write a letter to the China Conference expressing our 
sympathy and concern for the suffering the Chinese people are experiencing, and 
expressing the hope that the present conflict may soon end in a just and perman- 
ent peace. 

(Signed) A. S. BARNES, 
W. A. CADE, 
J. M. CULBRETH. 



TELEGRAM FROM HONORABLE JOSEPHUS DANIELS 

Mexico City, Mexico. November 19, 1937. 

Rev. T. M. Grant, Secretary, 

North Carolina Conference, Raleigh, N. C. 

Your greetings and information that the North Carolina Conference was 
nearly unanimous for unification cheered my heart. The successful end of the 
long fight which many of us have been making for a unified Methodism will, 
I truly believe, result in strength to the church and annihilation of geographical 
boundaries in religion. Though absent in the flesh, my heart is with you. Please 
present my congratulations to the Conference upon this important forward step. 

(Signed) JOSEPHUS DANIELS. 



RESOLUTION OF THANKS 

We, the members of the North Carolina Conference, do hereby express our 
grateful appreciation for the gracious way in which the pastor and members of 
Edenton Street Church have entertained the one hundred and first session of the 
North Carolina Conference. 

(Signed) ALLEN P. BRANTLEY. 



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CONFERENCE TREASURER'S REPORT, 1936-37 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
Receipts: 

Balance in Bank December 4, 1936 $ 312.55 

Refunds from Conference Entertainment — New- 
Bern, 1936 $ 265.54 

Refunds from Conference Secretary, 1936 200.00 

Collected on 1935-1936 Benevolences 17.00 

Church Collections Prior to Conference 47,412.91 

Church Collections at Conference, 1937 45,893.81 

93,789.26 

$94,101.81 
Returned Checks from 1935-1936 Benevolences 137.75 

Total Receipts $93,964.06 

Disbursements: 

Expenses: 

Treasurer's Bond $ 25.00 

Audit Treasurer's Account 39.12 

Stamps, Stationery, Receipt Book, etc. . . 54.63 

Conference Entertainment Committee . . 2,000.00 

Statistical Secretary 200.00 

Conference Secretary 1,400.00 

Conference Treasurer 600.00 

Piedmont Press — By Order Bishop Kern 11.00 

W. D. Gleaton — By Order Bishop Kern 40.00 

W. F. Watkins — By Order Bishop Kern 50.00 

Walter Vassar — By Order Bishop Kern 50.00 

G. Ray Jordan — By Order Bishop Kern 25.00 



Local Conference: 

Education $12,155.00 

Missions 12,155.00 

Church Extension 3,633.75 

Claimants 12,699.00 

Lay Activities 310.25 

Inter-Conference Commission 1,088.00 

Student Work, E. C. T. C 229.50 

Operating Expense for Student Work 

at Eastern Carolina Teachers CoUejre 229.50 



$ 4,494.75 



42,500.00 



General Conference: 

Missions $20,970.00 

Negro Work 1,724.20 

Church Extension 3,355.20 

Christian Education 7,735.60 

Theological Schools 3,262.00 



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Board of Finance 2,097.00 

American Bible Society 535.90 

Administrative Fund 5,359.00 

Federal Council 163.10 

Lay Activities 1,048.50 

Assmeblies 349.50 



$93,594.75 



Balance on Hand December 1, 1937 $ 369.31 



GOLDEN CROSS FUND 
Receipts: 

Sundry Church Collections $328.66 

Disbursements: 

Payment to Board of Missions, J. F. Rawls, Treasurer $328.66 

Respectfully submitted, 
December 1, 1937. (Signed) C. A. DILLON, Treasurer. 



SECRETARY'S EXPENSE ACCOUNT 



RECEIPTS 



Received from C. A. Dillon, Conference Treasurer $1,400.00 

On hand from 1935 account 187.62 

Sale of Journals 1.75 

Total $1,589.37 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Printing and Mailing 1936 Journal $ 901.82 

Refund to C. A. Dillon, Conference Treasurer 200.00 

Secretary's Salary 21 8.75 

Assistant Secretaries 50.62 

Clerical Assistance 10.00 

Stenographic Work 15.00 

Auditing Preachers' Reports 37.50 

Telegrams 1.40 

Posjtage 1 .48 



$1,436.57 
On hand November 19, 1937 152.80 



Total $ 1,589.37 



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JOHN JAMES BARKER 
By J. L. Smith 

Reverend John James Barker was born in Milton, N. C, on 
June 9, 1867, and died in Ahoskie, N. C, on January 16, 1937. 

Brother Barker received his education in the common 
schools of his day and at Trinity College. He was married to 
Mary Elizabeth West of Sampson County, North Carolina, on 
December 23, 1890. To this union were born six children, two 
boys and four girls. On September 24, 1923, his wife, who had 
been a wonderful help to him in his ministry, passed away and 
was buried in Ahoskie, North Carolina. 

He was admitted on trial into the traveling connection in 
1888 at the Conference held at New Bern, N. C, and served the 
following charges, viz: 1889-1890, Newton Grove; 1891-1892, 
Clayton; 1893, Raleigh, City Mission; 1894-1895, Aurora; 1896- 
1897, Roper; 1898-1899-1900, Roanoke Island; 1901, St. John^s, 
Goldsboro; 1902-1903,, Bethel; 1904-1905, Supernumerary; 1906, 
Oriental; 1907, Mt. Olive; 1908-1909, Burgaw; transferred to 
Western North Carolina Conference and served Morven in 1910- 
1911; 1912, Biltmore and Mt. Pleasant; 1913, Andrews; 1914, Con- 
ference Evangelist; transferred to N. C. Conference and served 
Richmond Circuit in 1915-1916; 1917, Conference Evangelist; 
1918-1919-1920, Harrellsville (now Ahoskie charge). At the Con- 
ference held at Rocky Mount in 1920 Brother Barker was grant- 
ed the Superannuate relation, which honorable relation he held 
until his death. 

Brother Barker was a fearless preacher. He received his mes- 
sage from God and was not afraid to declare it to his congrega- 
tion. He denounced sin fearlessly and made no apology for it. 
His preaching was on the evangelistic order. He held many re- 
vivals and his work abides. He preached the doctrine of repent- 
ance and salvation through faith in Jesus Christ as the only way 
of life. He insisted on sinners coming to the altar to find Christ 
in true Methodist fashion, and many were the souls who were 
saved in his meetings. 

If he had one gift above another it was the gift of prayer. 
When he prayed in the pulpit his congregation was lifted into 
the very presence of God, causing sinners to seek forgiveness 
and Christians to shout His praise. The people still speak of 
these prayers. 

His funeral was conducted from the Methodist Church in 
Ahoskie on Sunday afternoon, January 17, by the writer, pastor 
of that church, assisted by Revs. B. O. Merritt, J. T. Draper, 
Oscar Creech, pastor of the Baptist Church of Ahoskie, and D. 
F. Waddell, pastor of the Ahoskie Presbyterian Church. We 
laid his body to rest in the Ahoskie Cemetery by the side of his 
wife. 

Rest to his ashes, eternal joy to his soul. 



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ARMOUR DAVID WILCOX 
By Walter Patten 

It is a rare soul that will not accept defeat when odds are 
seemingly insurmountable. The person of Armour David Wil- 
cox knew no defeat. His soul in its passion for victory lashed a 
weary body to arduous tasks and to its grave. 

He was born of rugged, intellectual parents, Loyal Manley 
Wilcox and Mary Belle Morrison, of Scioto County, Ohio, June 
1, 1868. His father prepared for the Presbyterian ministry, but 
doctrinal and creedal questions thwarted the high aim. The son 
inherited an ambition for an education and a life of unstinted 
service. His education was attained at Ottawa High School, the 
Emporia Kansas Teachers' College, and Ottawa University, 
where he received his B.S. degree. Upon graduation, he accepted 
the work of superintendent of schools at Onaga and Ottawa, 
Kansas. 

Having seen the evils of the liquor traffic, he soon devoted 
his powers to drive "demon rum" from its stronghold. He be- 
came secretary for the Kansas State Temperance Union, then 
lecturer for the same organization, being associated with the 
late Dr. Charles M. Sheldon in this work. The whole force of 
his powerful invective and personality was thrown so effectively 
against this evil that the Anti-Saloon League of America re- 
tained him as a regular lecturer. From this advantageous posi- 
tion he wrought valiantly to free America from the curse of 
beverage liquor. It was while making a lecture tour through 
eastern North Carolina that he met Dr. Fred D. Swindell, then 
pastor of the Methodist Church at Wilson. Dr. Swindell was so 
attracted by the forceful personality and the effective addresses 
of the lecturer that, after many long and friendly talks together, 
Mr. Wilcox decided to enter the Methodist ministry. Conse- 
quently, at Rocky Mount in 1906, he entered the North Carolina 
Conference on trial. He was ordained Deacon by Bishop A. W. 
Wilson at the Annual Conference held in Durham in 1908, and 
ordained Elder by Bishop E. R. Hendricks at Elizabeth City, 
December, 1910. 

His first appointment was Wakefield Mission, and thereafter 
he served the following charges: Raleigh, Central (1910-12); 
Louisburg (1913-16), and during this pastorate he was made 
financial agent for Louisburg College, and raised the money to 
build the Davis building; Goldsboro, St. Paul (1917-18). At the 
Annual Conference held in Goldsboro, December, 1918, the 
Board of Missions recommended that Bishop Darlington appoint 
him Conference Missionary Secretary of the Centenary Cam- 
paign, stating that he "is pre-eminently fitted for this task." 
After the Centenary, he served the following charges: Durham, 
Trinity (1920-23); Wilmington, Grace (1924-25). At the Annnal 
Conference held in Fayetteville (1925), Bishop Collins Denny 
transferred him to the Western North Carolina Conference, giv- 
ing him the appointment to Trinity Church, Charlotte (1926-27). 



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During this pastorate Trinity and Tryon Street congregations 
were merged to form First Methodist Church, and the two min- 
isters were appointed to serve a joint pastorate at the new 
church. At the succeeding Annual Conference he was sent to 
Monroe (1928), and the following year to Salisbury (1929). Dur- 
ing this year his left eye became infected and his vision was 
greatly impaired. Thereupon Bishop Edwin D. Mouzon at the 
request of the Louisburg Church, returned him to the North 
Carolina Conference and assigned him to Louisburg (1930-31). 
At the succeeding Annual Conference, held in Henderson, his 
sincere, pleading appeal in behalf of Louisburg College saved 
that institution from being forced to close its doors. From that 
hour he became its champion, and was so recognized by the peo- 
ple of Louisburg and the officials of the college that he was per- 
suaded to accept the presidency of the financially distressed 
college. At the Annual Conference held in Greenville, Novem- 
ber, 1931, Bishop Mouzon so appointed him. 

Mr. Wilcox gave himself unreservedly in re-thinking the 
mission and the scope of the work of that institution. After care- 
ful study of other junior colleges, he adopted a self-help, co- 
educational system that made its appeal to the students who 
craved an education but could not pay the costs involved at 
other standard colleges. Under this new system, the enrollment 
of students greatly increased. But there was the threatening 
debt hanging over the college like a suspended dagger. To 
thwart this danger, he was working upon a plan of settlement 
with the creditors, and then to seize the opportunity of making 
a Conference-wide campaign, granted by the previous Annual 
Conference, to raise the funds to lift the debt. It was this ar- 
duous work that sapped his physical energies. No more heroic 
services have been rendered for the Church in the North Caro- 
lina Conference in recent years than by this devoted servant 
of God. He refused to let lameness and scanty vision be an im- 
pediment to diminish his services for his Lord and God. 

He was married to Miss Adelaide Lorraine Simons, June 10, 
1902, at Chetopa, Kansas. Of this union three sons were born, 
Armour David, Jr., Ward Manley, and Robert Morrison, who was 
accidentally killed by an automobile during the Goldsboro pastor- 
ate. These three survive. 

This faithful minister was a born advocate of education, 
justice and righteousness. He had the courage of a reformer, 
the vision of a builder, and the power of a commanding person- 
ality. He was named to represent the Board of Missions of the 
Joint Commission of the North Carolina and the Western North 
Carolina Conferences to plan and to build an adequate Meth- 
odist church at Chapel Hill. His life has been filled with stren- 
uous labor for a better world. He accepted with a will hard 
tasks that others shunned, and spent his all for their attainment. 
His body was growing weary of the unrelenting demands made 
upon it by a strong will and an alert mind. Consequently, after 
a few days of illness he quietly, on March 8, 1937, followed the 



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sun westward at the bidding of his Father, "It is enough; come 
and be at rest." 

As his body lay in peace in the small Methodist Church at 
Louisburg, loyal friends, college students, alumni and officials, 
townsmen, fellow ministers joined in a ribute of love and ad- 
miration for such a life of fidelity to his Lord and to his fellow- 
men, and of worth whileness to his generation. At sunrise his 
body was placed at rest on a beautfiul knoll at Lake Junaluska. 

"Beyond the last horizon's rim. 
Beyond the adventurer's quest, 
Somewhere they rise, serene and dim, 
The happy, happy Hills of Rest. 

Some evening when the sky is gold, 

I'll follow day into the west; 
Nor pause, nor heed, till I behold 

The happy, happy Hills of Rest." 



THOMAS HENRY SUTTON 
By J. D. Bundy 

Thomas Henry Sutton, son of James and Nancy Sutton, was 
born in the Goshen Section of Sampson County, North Carolina, 
November 25, 1862, and died at his late home in Fayetteville, 
North Carolina, April 10, 1937. 

He was educated in the schools of Sampson County, North 
Carolina, and at Trinity College, now Duke University. He was 
admitted on trial into the traveling connection of the North 
Carolina Conference at its annual session, December, 1894. Dur- 
ing his active ministry he served well the following charges: 
Junior Preacher, Hay Street, Fayetteville; Market Street, Wil- 
mington; LaGrange Circuit; Williamston and Hamilton; North- 
ampton Circuit; Hope Mills Circuit; Four Oaks Circuit; Siler 
City Circuit; Jonesboro Circuit; Person Street and Calvary. 
Here because of failing health he closed his active ministry by 
taking the superannuate relation at the Conference of 1920. 
Since this time he lived in quietude and happiness to the date 
of his passing. 

On January 22, 1896, he became a most happy Methodist 
preacher in his marriage to Miss Mary Lamb, of Fayetteville, 
North Carolina, who had much to do with his achievement of 
success in the ministry. 

Brother Sutton was of such a gentle spirit and mild tem- 
perament that a rough word would have desecrated his lips, and 
a hasty, unkind act would have done violence to his nature. He 
v/as always an optimist regarding worthy individuals and wor- 
thy movements, ever ready with a considerate explanation for 
any failure. Hence any depression of spirits never clouded his 
countenance. In the shadows he always saw a way to the light, 
and to him that light was Jesus, always his first, abiding and 



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final appeal. He bore patiently with the infirmities of others, 
ever ready with his mantle of charity to throw over their weak- 
nesses. 

No surprise that one of such characteristics should draw to 
him as with hooks of steel those so fortunate as to know him. 
No surprise that he should so delight in preaching a Gospel of 
Christ's love and gentleness that won many from the paths of 
sin to those of righteousness. Though an effective Gospel preach- 
er, he excelled especially as a pastor in the home in personal 
touch with the unsaved, the sorrowing and discouraged. His 
pulpit messages were his freside messages, and therefore his 
parishioners saw none of the professional mixed in his pulpit or 
personal ministrations. His passion for souls led him to gladly 
make an opportunity of any personal contact to get the unsaved 
sinner to Christ. 

His life record was of building up everywhere he went not 
for newspaper columns, but for God's eye. His clean life and 
Christian consecration have won him a place in human confi- 
dence and affection that forbade any question of his motive or 
character. Among the fruits of his labors live today three useful 
influential members of the North Carolina Conference, along 
v/ith numbers of useful men and women among the laity. 

I am glad to have had frequent close contacts with Brother 
Sutton in his last days. I am glad to have observed his serenity 
of spirit and assurance of faith that kept his same lips free 
from any word of complaint though for years a sufferer from 
heart trouble. During his closing days any reference to his fu- 
ture was met by an uplift of his index finger along with a smil- 
ing look toward his home on high. Brother Sutton died as he 
lived, in the sunshine of the blessed assurance that all was well 
with him. He heard his Lord's call and walked quietly out of 
his happy life here into a still happier life hereafter. Brother, 
rest on 'neath the, hovering wings of peace, perfect peace. 



STEPHEN ABRAHAM NETTLES 

By T. G. Vickers 

In the pleasant little town of Summerville, South Carolina, 
in the Methodist parsonage, on April 18, 1859, was born to the 
Reverend Abraham Nettles and wife, Elizabeth Lowry Nettles, 
a son, whom they named Stephen Abraham. This boy was des- 
tined to fill a large place in the life and development of the best 
of South Carolina's and North Carolina's people for 78 years. 
Having been born in a Methodist parsonage, it was natural that 
this boy should have early acquired the idea that preparation 
is fundamental to useful living. After attending grammar school 
as opportunities afforded in the itinerant life of his father pre- 
sented themselves, he entered old Cokesbury School, graduated, 
entered Wofford College, and in 1882 received his A.B. degree. 
For some years immediately after his graduation, he was prin- 



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cipal of the Manning Academy at Manning, South Carolina. 
Later he entered the newspaper world and at different periods 
was editor of The Clarendon Enterprise, The Manning Times, 
and The Sumter Herald. In 1889, Brother Nettles became promi- 
nent in the South Carolina prohibition movement and in 1892 
he was elected to the State Legislature, where he led the prohi- 
bition forces in the lower house. His life long, he was devoted 
to the fight against strong drink. 

In 1893 he was admitted on trial to the South Carolina Con- 
ference, and for twenty-two years thereafter he was one of its 
most useful members, having been editor of The Southern Chris- 
tian Advocate, the Conference organ, during the last ten years 
of the twenty-two. His opportunities in the South Carolina Con- 
ference were: 1893, Newberry City Mission; 1895, Campobello 
Circuit; 1898, Pacolet Circuit; 1902, Branchville; 1906, editor of 
Southern Christian Advocate. In the North Carolina Confer- 
ence his appointments were: 1916, Buckhorn Circuit; 1917, Pan- 
tego-Belhaven; 1918, Fairfield; 1920, Newport Circuit; 1921, Do- 
ver Circuit. In 1922 he superannuated and sustained that rela- 
tion until his death. 

Brother Nettles was married three times, first to Miss Sue 
Galluchat; three sons of that union survive their father and 
mother. In 1896, his first wife having died some time previously, 
he was married the second time, the bride being Miss Lottie Lee 
Jones, a daughter of a Methodist preacher. This wife died in 
1897. In 1916 he married Miss Estelle Hendrix, who survives 
him with five children. 

One of the great interests of Brother Nettles' life was the 
Epworth Orphanage at Columbia, S. C. In 1904 he erected the 
Nettles Home, a building on the Epworth Orphanage campus, 
which provides for thirty-two girls. Throughout his life he was 
a constant and liberal contributor to the Orphanage. Less than 
a week before his death he walked from his home to the Or- 
phanage office four blocks away to make what proved to be his 
last contribution to that cause. 

A man of deep convictions, Brother Nettles stood immovable 
for the things that were right as he saw them. He never gave 
ground in any contest against evil. A thoughtful preacher, an 
interesting writer, he used both pulpit and press in an untiring 
effort to combat the evils of his day. It is said that in every 
charge he served as pastor the forces of wickedness quickly 
learned to respect if not to fear him. 

He was also active as a church builder, having a record of 
some kind of building operations on every charge of which he 
was pastor. 

Sunday, April 18, 1937, was Brother Nettles' seveny-eighth 
birthday. He attended church, as usual, and returned home to 
f!nd that there had gathered with his wife his eight children, 
four grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and several nephews 
and nieces to honor him on his anniversary. After a delightful 
fellowship with his loved ones, he lay down to rest and in his 



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sleep heard the Master's call to come up higher. His body lies 
buried in the cemetery at Manning, South Carolina. 

As preacher, editor, teacher, pastor, husband, father, friend, 
this man lived busily and devotedly, creating an atmosphere of 
refinement, culture, and saintliness wherever he moved. He 
wrought well. He has gone to a noble reward. 



WILLIAM ROBERT HARDESTY 
By E. L. Hillman 

William Robert Hardesty was born at Harlowe, Carteret 
County, North Carolina, December 20, 1889. He passed away 
at Duke Hospital, Durham, North Carolina, May 24, 1937. He 
was buried in Harlowe Church cemetery. 

The days of his youth and young manhood were spent at 
Harlowe. Here he attended the school of his home community. 
Having felt that God had called him to preach the everlasting 
gospel of Jesus Christ, he attended Elon College that he might 
be the better prepared for this high task. He was admitted on 
trial into the North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church at Greenville, North Carolina, in 1917. 

He was a faithful servant of his Lord, bearing witness to 
His redeeming love wherever he went. The attributes of his 
character were simple and direct. He was human, companiona- 
ble, and a true friend. He believed in the right and dared to 
stand for it. He loved the work of the church and he had a 
great affection for his family and friends. These were the ob- 
jects of his life's deepest devotion. He toiled diligntly and will- 
ingly without hope of great reward. It was his single ambition 
to bring the light and love of God to the lives of those he sought 
to serve. 

The sun of his life was at its zenith when he left us. He was 
in the middle of his first year as pastor on the Atlantic charge. 
His people of this charge he served loved him and he in turn 
was devoted to them. 

Among several other charges he served during his minis- 
try are: Wanchese, Currituck, Grimesland, Fairfield, Roberson- 
ville, and Shallotte. 

He married Miss Bertha Malloy Curris of Shannon, North 
Carolina, who was a helpful and devoted companion. To this 
union were born three children: Joanne, William Robert, Jr., 
and Jessie Blue. To this little family circle he gave the best of 
his love and devotion. Here his heart was happiest as he min- 
gled with those near and dear to him. 

"Sometime at eve, when the tide is low, 
I shall slip my moorings and sail away 
With no response to a friendly hail, 
In the silent hush of the twilight pale; 
When the night stoops down to embrace the day 



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And the voices call in the water's flow, 

Sometime at eve, when the water is low, 

I shall slip my moorings and sail away 

Through purple shadows that darkly train 

O'er the ebbing tide of the unknown sea, 

And a ripple of water to tell the tale 

Of a lonely voyager, sailing away 

To mystic isles, where at anchor lay 

The crafts of those who have sailed before. 

O'er the unknown sea to the unknown shore. 

A few who have watched me sail away 

Will miss my craft from the busy bay; 

Some friendly barks that were anchored near. 

Some loving souls that my heart held dear, 

In silent sorrow will drop a tear; 

But I shall have peacefully furled my sail 

In moorings sheltered from storm and gale 

And be greeting the friends who have sailed before 

O'er the unknown sea to the unknown shore." 



RUFUS BRADLEY 
By Thomas McM. Grant 



Rufus Bradley was born at Jackson, North Carolina, July 
9, 1870. His early education came through the public schools of 
our state, and he later studied both at the University of North 
Carolina and Trinity College, Durham, N. C. In 1894 he was 
admitted on trial into the North Carolina Conference. For nearly 
forty-three years he labored happily and successfully in this 
Conference. He was honored by the Conference by being elected 
for sixteen successive years to the office of statistical secretary. 
In this office he rendered the Conference a very distinct ser- 
vice. His infinite capacity to take pains amid the rush and con- 
fusion of an Annual Conference session made his work as sta- 
tistical secretary of unusual worth in producing accurate records. 
Our Conference owes him a debt of gratitude for the careful 
and accurate work he did for sixteen years in preparing our 
statistical tables. 

In 1897 he was married to Miss Lillie Hart of Boykins, 
Southampton County, Virginia. She shared with him the delights 
and sorrows of his itinerancy and gave him sympathy and en- 
couragement in his times of need. As his widow she has the 
happy memory of having served the Master for many years with 
this good man. 

Rufus Bradley will be greatly missed by many of our 
preachers, for he had something to give men. He lived quietly 
but effectively. He easily impressed one with the strength of his 
faith. The defeated and broken-hearted were glad to see him, 
for the power of his faith brought them refreshment. His gentle 
nature seemed to be a ready medium through which the Spirit 
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Not only will we miss his power of faith in God, but we 
will always remember the affectionate way with which he seem- 
ed to touch all life. The attitude of this good man always seem- 
ed to be motivated by love. He could march with his Master in 
genuine friendship toward all men. 

With great faith and affection went another soul quality 
that made him a great Christian, and makes us remember him 
very pleasantly. Unselfish service to him was far better elo- 
quence than high sounding phrases. Through service he felt 
that a man could speak the language of God and bring the 
world invisible to the hearts of men. Therefore the spirit of the 
cross was foremost in his ministry and the many charges which 
he faithfully served in the North Carolina Conference bear the 
marks of his blood given freely that men might find the more 
abundant life. 

We are happy that he lived and dwelt among us. We know 
God lives because he lived in Rufus Bradley. 

Brother Bradley died in Rocky Mount, N. C, June 18, 1937, 
and was buried in Littleton, N. C, a town blessed by his sacred 
ministry. 

WALTER GRADY PILCHER 
By B. B. Slaughter 

Walter G. Pilcher was born in Schley County, Georgia, 
1888. He joined the Andrew Chapel Methodist Church at the 
early age of six, and was licensed to preach at the age of eigh- 
teen.. He attended Emory University, and was admitted into 
the South Georgia Conference in 1910, Winston, Georgia, at the 
age of twenty-one. His first appointment was at Ideal, Georgia. 
He was ordained Deacon in 1912, and ordained Elder in 1914. 
His last appointment was at Hazelhurst, Georgia, where he com- 
pleted twenty years faithful service in Georgia. He was trans- 
ferred into the North Carolina Conference in 1930 at Henderson, 
N. C, and was appointed to the RedS^rings charge in the old 
Rockingham district. He served ReT Springs charge one year 
and then was appointed to the liinnakeet charge, where he 
served faithfully and well for two years. It was at Kinnakeet 
where his health failed him and he took the superannuate rela- 
tion, and moved back to Georgia to live at EJllmalLe- He moved 
near Americus, Georgia, in 1934 and lived there until his death 
in the AlKericus Hospital, Monday, November 8. His funeral 
was conducted from his home on Wednesday, November 10, by 
Dr. J. A. Thomas, assisted by Rev. L. T. Rogers. 

Brother Pilcher is survived by his widow, two daughters, 
Mrs. Clyde Tondee of Ell^ville, and Miss Volna Pilcher of An- 
drew College, Cuthbert, Gia., and one son, E. N. Pilcher of Blue 
Springs near Hawkinsville, Ga. 

He gave twenty-three years of faithful and effective service 
to the kingdom of God; and it may well be said of him, "Well 
done good and faithful servant, enter into the joy of thy Lord." 



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D. N. CAVINESS 
By M. T. Plyler 

Brother D. N. Caviness got a rather late start in the work 
of the ministry. Late in the autumn of 1889, at thirty years of 
age, weeks after school had open, he entered Trinity College 
with enough to have discouraged a less heroic spirit. A serious 
attack of typhoid fever detained him and left him with hair 
thin, body emaciated and face palid, so his future in college ap- 
peared anything but rosy. But this brave soul was never daunt- 
ed. To the great astonishment of his friends in a surprisingly 
short time vigor of body and the marks of health had returned. 
Soon this virile man who had spent his early life in secular pur- 
suits had become a vital and esteemed part of the college com- 
munity. He made good in the classroom and early won a first 
place on the football field. A strong body and mature judgment, 
along with fine human qualities, won for him admirers on the 
gridiron where both brains and brawn played a part. All were 
his friends in the college community. This same friendly, broth- 
erly spirit and devotion to the work of the ministry enabled D. 
N. Caviness to win through forty-five years as a Methodist 
preacher. 

Doctor Newby Caviness was born in Moore County, Novem- 
ber 18, 1859, and he died at the home of his son. Dr. Verne S. 
Caviness in Raleigh, September 28, 1937. He was the son of 
Arnold Edward Caviness of Randolph County and Margaret 
Tyson of Moore County. Of his seventy-four years, forty- 
five of these were spent at Trinity in preparation and as 
a useful member of the North Carolina Conference. D. 
N. Caviness was admitted on trial into the Conference at Golds- 
boro in 1892. He was ordained Deacon in 1894 and Elder in 1896. 
His thirty-six years in the active work were spent as follows: 
Hillsboro, four years; Carr, Durham, four; Roxboro, two; Bur- 
lington, three; Aberdeen, four; Warrenton, four; Morehead City, 
four; Central, Raleigh, three; Cary, four; Ep worth, Raleigh, 
four; Franklinton, one. At the close of this year, 1928, at the 
Wilson Conference, he was granted the superannuate relation. 
Since that time he has spent his winters in Florida and his sum- 
mers in the mountains of western North Carolina. 

What an eloquent tribute is that list of churches served by 
this good minister of Jesus Christ! Here is a string of churches 
made up of the good substantial people of the state who stand 
for the best things and are duly appreciative of manhood and 
devotion in their pastor. For the most part, he stayed the full 
four years limit and his churches would have beert glad to have 
him continue longer with them. The same fine qualities he dis- 
played in college under adverse conditions were his through 
life. Having been a comrade of his for three years in the rough 
and tumble of the gridiron and a friend and brother in the North 
Carolina Conference through more than four decades, I can tes- 
tify to the sterling qualities and abiding loyalties of this good 



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man who found his place in the ranks rather late, but who at 
the last was numbered with the conquerors. Before and after 
entering the ministry, D. N. Caviness was engaged in many use- 
ful undertakings, notably he assisted in securing special school 
act by Legislature about 1906 for Aberdeen, and he was placed 
by the Legislature on the first school board at Aberdeen under 
the act. 

He was a member of the Board of Trustees that opened up 
Caswell Training School for the feeble minded at Kinston, and 
served on the board for many years. 

Funeral services were conducted in Central Methodist 
Church, Raleigh, where he had once served as pastor, during 
the afternoon of September 30, by J. H. Barnhardt, E. C. Few, 
S. J. Starnes, and Leon Russell. A large concourse of people, 
including many of his friends of the ministry, were present for 
the service. His body was laid to rest in beautiful Montlawn 
cemetery in the city of Raleigh. 

Brother Caviness was married to Miss Nora Cummings of 
Guilford County in 1894. Surviving is his wife, whose home is 
in Ocala, Florida. Also four sons — Dr. Verne S. Caviness and 
W. B. Caviness of Raleigh, Rupert Caviness of Ocala, Florida, 
and W. C. Caviness of Philadelphia. There is one daughter, Mrs. 
George A. Foss of Philadelphia, and a sister, Mrs. C. C. Holt of 
Concord. 

ANDREW W. PRICE 
By B. B. Slaughter 

Andrew W. Price was born at Avon on the "banks," April 
1, 1861, and died there October 28, 1937; and he was buried there 
among his own people whom he loved and served as pastor for 
more than ten years. His funeral was conducted from the Avon 
Methodist Church by Rev. M. W. Maness, a former pastor, Rev. 
Thomas Merrimon, present pastor, Rev. John R. Poe of Hatteras, 
and Rev. E. G. Overton of Moyock. The largest crowd 
ever to assemble at any one time on the "banks" attended his 
funeral and this fact bespeaks the love and high esteem the peo- 
ple had for him. He was probably the most beloved man who 
ever went up and down the coastal country preaching and in 
all the Albemarle section. Wherever he lived and served the 
people respected, trusted, and loved him as a man of God and 
a true friend of man, and the people heard him gladly. His heart 
went out to those in need, in trouble, and in sin, and he gave 
of his best to meet those needs. Like his Master, he went about 
doing good. 

In his early days he helped his father as a fisherman, a boat 
builder, and served as captain of a schooner. He largely 
educated himself, and taught school in Manteo, served as county 
commissioner of Dare County, and as superintendent of public 
instruction of his county. 

Brother Price felt the call to become a fisher of men in his 
thirties and for several years served as a local preacher. As a 



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local preacher he was ordained Elder in 1900, and was admitted 
to the Conference in 1904 at the Conference in Henderson. 

In addition to serving Kinnakeet charge (his home people) 
for more than ten years at four different times, he served the 
following charges: Kitty Hawk, Columbia, Roanoke Island, Cam- 
den, South Camden, Manteo, and Edenton. 

Brother Price was married in early manhood to Miss Re- 
becca Scarborough of Avon on December 19, 1880, and to this 
union was born one daughter, now Mrs. C. O. Miller of Elizabeth 
City, N. C. His first wife died in 1922, and he was married again 
on June 8, 1923, to Miss Elizabeth O'Neal of Manteo, who sur- 
vives him and will make her home in Manteo. Both of these 
good women were congenial companions and helpful to him in 
all his endeavors. 

Brother Price gave an unusual account of his life and min- 
istry to his Lord and church he loved and served so well. He 
was a great fisher of men and sought them out in highways and 
by ways; he was a true soldier of the cross, ever lifting its flam- 
ing banner high; he was a good shepherd and led his flock into 
green pastures and where the still waters flow. 

He had a fine sense of humor and his contacts with people 
were wholesome and inspiring to all who knew him. He lived 
joyously and served faithfully; he was a vigorous preacher 
with an evangelistic passion. He talked to the writer a few days 
before he went to the glory land about his home-going. He was 
radiantly happy, smiling through tears as he realized his frail 
craft was just about to become unseaworthy, but he had the 
blessed assurance that the boatman would reach safely the 
happy golden shore, the haven of rest. 

Having spent his life and effective ministry along the coastal 
country, and passing on serenely in sight of the Pamlico Sound 
on the one side and the great Atlantic on the other, Tennyson's 
"Crossing the Bar" is a fitting sentiment of his home-going and 
and of his attitude: 

"Sunset and evening star. 
And one clear call for me! 
And may there be no moaning of the bar. 
When I put out to sea. 
But such a tide as moving seems asleep. 
Too full for sound and foam, 

When that which drew from out the boundless deep 
Turns again home. 

"Twilight and evening bell. 
And after that the dark! 
And may there be no sadness of farewell, 
When I embark; 

For, though from out our bourne of time and place 
The flood may bear me far, 
I hope to see my Pilot face to face 
When I have crossed the bar." 



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MRS. J. H. FRIZZELLE 
By W. A. Cade 

Friday night, November 5, 1837, after what would seem a 
finite human understanding, an all too brief life, the lovely gen- 
tle spirit of Mrs. Penelope Carter Frizzelle quietly passed from 
its "earthly house of this tabernacle to the building of God, the 
house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens." 

She was in the forty-fifth year of her life, having been born 
April 8, 1893. The spirit of youth and the grace of maturity were 
beautifully blended in her life. The last seventeen of these years 
were lived in the relationship of the Methodist itinerancy as the 
devoted wife of Rev. Jas. H. Frizzelle of the North Carolina Con- 
ference to whom she was married July 14, 1920, Rev. John H. 
Shore officiating. 

During the thirteen years of these years until her husband 
took the superannuate relation she gave charm, grace and dig- 
nity to the parsonage home. She exemplified those Christian 
graces which made her truly the helpmeet of her minister hus- 
band. The people loved her. 

The last four years of their companionship were spent in 
the quiet and beauty of their home in Wilmington, N. C, where 
they have lived in company with her mother, Mrs. Luther Car- 
ter, and her brother, John Carter. These with another brother, 
Sandy Carter, of Jacksonville, Fla., survive her. 

Beyond her home and family her interest and service flowed 
over into such other public relations as the U. D. C. and Red 
Cross work. 

When a child she joined the Methodist Church in White- 
ville, N. C, and lived a faithful member all her life. The funeral 
was conducted from this church Sunday, November 7, 1937, by 
Rev. O. P. Fitzgerald, the pastor, assisted by Rev. E. T. Halleck 
of the Episcopal Church. She was laid to rest in the family cem- 
etery lot at Whiteville. 



MRS. JOHN ALBERT HORNADAY 
By J. D. Bundy 

Mrs. John Albert Hornaday was born near Laurinburg, 
North Carolina, in what was then Richmond County, now Scot- 
land County, December 18, 1853. She was the oldest of the 
twelve children of Hugh and Sarah Hall McCall. Two of the 
other children, Francis Bragg and John Calton McCall, were 
members of the North Carolina Conference at the time of their 
death, the former having served many years in the Methodist 
itinerancy and the latter dying in his early ministry. 

In April, 1877, Lucretia Ellen McCall married Rev. John 
Albert Hornaday, and for the thirty-nine years of his active 
ministry and several of his period of superannuation, she proved 
herself his all-round helpful companion, contributing much to 



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his unusual success as a Methodist preacher in his various fields 
of religious effort. Her girlhood period immediately following 
the ravages of the Civil War deprived her of school facilities, 
but the handicap of the ensuing want of an education was more 
than counterbalanced by her native intellect and sturdy com- 
mon sense. 

On May 26, 1826, her husband died in Maxton, North Caro- 
lina, where she remained and continued to help in the great 
work they both so greatly loved, until she was stricken ill last 
November and died on December 22, 1936, just past her eighty- 
third birthday. At 11 o'clock a. m., December 24, 1936, her 
funeral services were held in the Maxton Methodist Church 
from which she was buried in the East View cemetery nearby. 
Rev. P. O. Lee, her pastor, and Revs. J. G. Johnson, J. H. Buf- 
falo and J. M. Applebee, pastor of the Maxton Presbyterian 
Church, were present and took part in the services. 

She leaves the following children to honor themselves by 
doing honor to her name: Dr. Clifford Lee Hornaday, of New 
York; Mrs. G. D. Stephenson, of Richmond, Va.; Mrs. A. C. Car- 
ter, Laurinburg, N. C; John Albert Hornaday, of Enfield, N. C; 
Dudley Latimer Hornaday, of Salisbury, N. C; Leslie Black 
Hornaday, of Charlotte, N. C, and five grandchildren. 



MRS. J. B. HURLEY 
By W. P. Few 



Mrs. J. B. Hurley died May 14, 1937, and was buried in Lex- 
ington, where four preceding generations of her mother's and 
of her father's family are also buried. 

Lena Leonard Hurley was born October 16, 1869, daughter 
of William C. B. Leonard and Mary Jane Roberts Leonard. She 
lived, until her marriage, with her parents in the home of her 
maternal grandparents. It was a charming old ante-bellum 
home of a Methodist family prominent in Davidson and Rowan 
counties, and a home in which bishops, presiding elders, and 
numberless other Methodist preachers were entertained. It was 
a happy home for a large family circle, grandparents, parents, 
and seven children — six daughters (Lena the second child) and 
one son. She was educated in the private school of Miss Laura 
Clement and in the Lexington Seminary, from which she grad- 
uated under the direction of Dr. Dred Peacock, so well known 
in the history of Methodism and North Carolina of this genera- 
tion. 

On February 13, 1889, at the age of nineteen, Lena Leonard 
was married to Rev. J. B. Hurley, a young Methodist preacher, 
and they went to live in a parsonage at Louisburg. A few months 
later the Methodist Church in North Carolina was divided into 
two conferences, the North Carolina and the Western North 
Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley spent the rest of their active life 
in the eastern section of the state, living in the following towns: 
Raleigh, Oxford, Wilson, Raleign again, Fayetteville, Durham, 



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New Bern, Rockingham, New Bern again, Roxboro, Burlington, 
Clayton, and Maxton. 

Mrs. Hurley was the devoted mother of three children: 
Maude, Mrs. William Charles Chadwick, of New Bern; Dr. Leon- 
ard B. Hurley, professor of English in the North Carolina Wom- 
an's College at Greensboro; and Helen, Mrs. Thomas S. New- 
bold of Goldsboro. When her husband retired from the active 
ministry in 1930, she returned with him to her ancestral home 
in Lexington, and spent the last seven years of her life quietly 
and happily in the home which she had known and loved 
throughout her life. She is survived by her husband and the 
three children, two grandchildren, Susanne and Betsy John 
Hurley of Greensboro, by four of her five sisters and her one 
brother— Mrs. A. E. Smith, Mrs. C. A. Hunt, Mrs. E. E. Raper, 
Mrs. W. J. Byerly, and Roberts Leonard, all of Lexington. 

These are the short and simple annals of a beautiful life, 
beautifully lived for others. Mrs. Hurley had the gentleness and 
charm that belonged to our older South in its best estate. Her 
husband and children, and many in a large circle of friends all 
over North Carolina, are witnesses to her devotion to the finer 
tilings of our human life. 



MRS. W. H. MOORE 
By J. F. Herbert 

The funeral of Mrs. W. H. Moore was held from the home 
of her daughter, Mrs. William Little Steele, in Rockingham, N. 
C, November 7, 1937. The service was in charge of her pastor. 
Rev. J. F. Herbert. Two great songs of the church were sung: 
"How Firm a Foundation" and "Abide With Me." A great con- 
course of relatives and friends was present. Her body was placed 
beside that of her husband, the late esteemed Dr. W. H. Moore, 
lor many years a member of the North Carolina Conference, 
who died December 20, 1916. 

Mrs. Moore is survived by five daughters: Mrs. J. LeGrand 
Everett, of Greensboro; Mrs. Haughton Ihrie, of Wendell; Mrs. 
Wm. Little Steele, of Rockingham; Miss Maude Moore, of Rock- 
ingham, and Mrs. Thomas L. Parsons, of Rutherfordton; and one 
sister, Mrs. A. H. Hamblin of near Norfolk, Va. 

Mrs. Moore was before marriage Josephine Redding, of 
Washington, N. C, where she was born December 14, 1848. Her 
marriage to Rev. Dr. Moore occurred November 16, 1865. For 
many useful years these two noble people were true and faith- 
ful to every call of the North Carolina Conference. 

It can most truthfully be said of her that, though her body 
almost reached the age of 89, neither her mind nor spirit passed 
beyond the fairest years of noble womanhood. Her mind was 
active right to the end, solicitous for the welfare of those about 
her. She was alive to every issue, and interested in every prob- 
lem. She possessed in fine degree the best traits of Southern 
womanhood. 



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Justly proud of her five daughters, their children, and their 
children's fchildren, she passed her last years atune to their 
every need and interest, and alive to the best Christian culture 
about her. Well did she exemplify George McDonald's lovely 
statement: "Age is not all decay; it is the ripening, the swelling, 
of the fresh life within, that withers, and bursts the husk." 



MRS. DANIEL REID 
By E. C. Maness 

On Sunday morning, October 3, 1937, Mrs. Daniel Reid died 
after a week's serious sickness and about three years of declin- 
ing health. The funeral services were conducted in Rose Hill 
Methodist Church by her pastor, Rev. E. C. Maness, assisted by 
Rev. S. G. Harness, pastor of the Rose Hill Presbyterian Church, 
and Rev. W. P. M. Currie, pastor of the Wallace Presbyterian 
Church. The body was laid to rest in Rock Fish cemetery of 
Wallace, N. C, under a great array of gorgeous flowers. There 
were more than one hundred designs. 

Mrs. Reid was born in New Bern December 14, 1867, to Mr. 
Riley Weatherington and Mrs. Mary Taylor Weatherington. She 
was wed to Rev. Daniel Reid August 14, 1884, and lived as mis- 
tress of parsonage homes until the death of her husband June 
13, 1897. To this union were born seven children, five sons and 
iwo daughters, all of whom survive. They were all at home 
when mother passed away. 

Mrs. Reid chose the hard way in life following the death of 
her husband. An orphanage home was suggested for her cliil- 
dren. But she determined to keep her family together, and so 
she moved to Rose Hill, N. C, where a lot and a small house had 
been provided for the preacher's widow and her seven small 
children. She toiled much to bring up her family. However, she 
has been richly repaid as she sent children out into the world 
to hold positions of honor and responsibility. Daniel is super- 
visor of fourteen chain stores in Southern cities. Louis is a 
salesman of Atlanta, Ga. Carl is a successful merchant of Green- 
ville, N. C. James is with a firm in Jacksonville, Fla. William 
is with a large department store of Savannah, Ga. Mrs. Paul 
Newton is the wife of a trusted railroad station operator of 
Wallace, N. C. Mrs. Laurie Harrell, the youngest daughter, was 
the wife of a prominent druggist of Savannah, Ga. As Mrs. Har- 
rell was herself left a widow, about three years ago, she was 
able to spend the last years of her mother's life with her and 
thus help to bring joy and comfort to mother in her old age. 

Mrs. Reid was quiet and unassuming but very religious and 
a great lover of her church. She met death unafraid. With con- 
fidence and composure she said she was going home to meet her 
loved ones who had gone on before. Rose Hill church and town 
have lost a truly good woman. Her life has been a benediction 
to many. The town was blessed by her presence and influence 
in it. Her good works do follow her. 



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MRS. J. M. RHODES 
By J. M. Culbreth 

A bright, sympathetic smile bestowed upon a youth at the 
height of fun and frolic of a house party, and, later, the under- 
standing assistance of an earnest friend in the serious business 
of serving the spiritual needs of college students tell the story 
of a fleeting acquaintance with Mrs. J. M. Rhodes, who died 
when forest leaves were changing color under autumn's chilling 
breath. 

But a deeper knowledge of her personal excellence came 
from acquaintance with certain women grown to usefulness and 
grace beneath the transforming spirit of her brooding love. One 
sped away to a land now in the throes of mighty conflict to share 
"the far-sent message of the years," and "shed the coming glory 
of the Light." Her own sweet life was the price of her brave 
devotion. Another became the wife of a business man who met 
the shock or disaster with courageous cheer, won through defeat 
to Fortune's smiling company, and spread his growing genius 
over many states. In all the struggle, the woman at his side 
proved a comfort and support beyond compare. One other shared 
the changing fortunes of a growing family, endured the sorrow 
of bereavement with unyielding hope, and provided for her 
children a heritage of culture and renown. These three were 
products of the faith and purpose of the friend and teacher in 
whose release to larger life they now rejoice. 

For Mrs. Rhodes at an early age gathered up her quickened 
and growing powers and laid them on the altar of selfless ser- 
vice in behalf of others. A college education flowered in the 
training of a voice which she dedicated to making the world 
"all jubilant with song." As the wife of a college president, how- 
ever, the range of her influence quickly extended beyond the 
conservatory. She became a kind of Mother Superior to the 
girls who came to the school. It was in this beautiful relation- 
ship that her creative spirit wrought its transforming design. 

Removed by the misfortune of fire and the changing em- 
phasis in the education of women from her chosen sphere, Mrs. 
Rhodes, nevertheless, abated not her zeal in moulding and 
changing the human spirit. In the church at Winter Haven, 
I'lorida, where "earth's day's work" for her was ended, she saw 
to it that naught of negligence or waning skill should mar the 
finished fabric of her weaving. 

By geography and the calendar the dimensions of this pre- 
cious life seem triflingly small. At Oxford she began to live, in 
the year 1868, the welcomed child of Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Hes- 
ter. At Greensboro and New York she studied. At Littleton and 
Winter Haven she labored. And now, in the glowing autumn 
of 1937, we have seen her face 

"All radiant with the glory and the calm 
Of having looked upon the front of God." 



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STATISTICAL TABLE NO. 



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II 



Andrews- Massey 

Bahama 

Brooksdale 

Burlington — Front Street . 

Webb Ave. -Holt 

Burlington Circuit 

Bynum 

Cedar Grove 

Chapel Hill 

Duke's Chapel 

Durham — Branson 

Calvary 

Carr 

Duke Memorial 

Lakewood 

Trinity 

West Durham 

Durham Circuit 

Eno 

Graham-West Burlington 

Hillsboro 

Leasburg 

Mebane 

Milton 

Moncure 

Mt. Tirzah 

Orange-Carrboro 

Person 

Pittsboro 

Rougemont 

Roxboro — I^ng Memorial . 

East Roxboro-Longhurst 

Siler City 

South Alamance 

Stem 

Yanceyville 



1961 

5431. 

5831. 
10021 . 

591|. 

474|. 

6151. 

716 

413|. 

1651 . 

4851 . 

5781 . 

624 i. 
14641 

2171. 
14641 

7301 . 

5471. 
741 

788i 

6251. 

5451. 

3751 . 

4761. 

5751. 

5991. 

4331. 

7741. 

754 1 . 

219!. 

6311 . 

377L 

7191. 

6581 . 

3481 . 

7351. 



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17 
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16 
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301 

61 
141 
401 
251 

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14 
18 
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126 

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271 
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461 
101 

31 

1161 

671 

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29 
69 
34 

51 
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231 
131 



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564 
613 

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5861 . 
3811. 
7991. 
7631. 
1931 . 
6361. 
3861. 
7651. 
6551. 
3711. 
7531 . 



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1 Total Last Year 


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....1 205311 
1 396!.. 


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583 
511 


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6391 

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79 


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Aulander 

Bath 

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Chowan 

Columbia 

Currituck 

Dare 

Edenton 

Elizabeth City— City Road 

First Church 

Fairfield 

Gates 

Hatteras 

Hertford 

Kinnakeet 

Kitty Hawk 

Manteo 

Mattamuskeet 

Moyock-Memorial 

Murfreesboro-Winton 

North Gates 

Pasquotank 

Perquimans 

Plymouth 

Roper-Creswell 

South Camden 

South Mills 

Stumpy Point 

Swan Quarter 

Wanchese 

Washington 

Williamston 

Windsor 



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3771 . 

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3761. 

4651 . 

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2421. 

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1141. 

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4491. 

3701. 

3901. 

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4241. 

3631. 

2881. 

6681. 

7271. 

7891. 

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4361. 

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2531 

4241. 

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3271. 

4321. 
10961. 

3001. 

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1 146091 


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3001 
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MEMBERSHIP 






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Biscoe 

Broadway 

Caledonia 

Carthage 

Eldorado 

Ellerbe 

tayetteville — Hay Street 
Person Street — Calvary 

Fayetteville Circuit 

Gleadon 

Goldston 

Hamlet 

Hemp 

Jonesboro 

Laurel Hill 

Laurinburg 

Maxton 

Mt. Gilead 

Parkton 

Piedmont 

Raeford 

Red Springs 

Rockingham 

Roberdel 

Rowland 

Sanford 

St. John-Gibson 

Stedman 

Troy — Trinity 

Wadeville 

West End 



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518| 
5181 
3321 
8391 
3531 
7771 
11711 
623 
856 
559 
682 
916 
795 
759 
530 
556 
309 
4761 
635 
725 
553 
359 
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485 
336 
519 
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633 
752 
555 
350 
758 
970 
435 
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475 
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Total Last Year 

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Decrease 



19588 

19012 

576 



196741. 
192351 



Atlantic 

Aurora 

Ayden 

Beaufort 

Dover 

Fremont 

Goldsboro— St. Paul 

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Greenville — Jarvis Memorial 

Grifton 

Grimesland 

Hookerton 

Jones 

Kinston — Queen Street 

La Grange 

Morehead City 

Mt. Olive-Calypso 

Mt. Olive Circuit | 

New Bern — Centenary j 

Newport 

Ocracoke- Portsmouth . . . 

Oriental 

Pamlico 

Pikeville-Elm Street 

Pink Hill 

Riverside-Bridgeton 

Seven Springs 

Snow Hill 

Straits-Harlowe 

Vanceboro 



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603 
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1183 
578 
639 
525 
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1228 
345 
152 
333 
388 
441 
527 
524 
488 
615 
437 
522 



Total 

Total Last Year 

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Decrease 



17873 
17618 

2551 



475 347 
729 406 
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Cary-Apex 

Clayton 

Creedmoor 

Dunn — Devine Street 

Erwin 

Four Oaks 

Fuquay 

Pranklinton 

Garner 

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City Road- White Memori 

Lillington 

Louisburg 

Mamers 

Middleburg 

Millbrook 

Newton Grove 

Oxford 

Oxford Circuit 

Princeton 

Raleigh — Central 

Edenton Street 

Epworth 

Hayes-Barton 

Jenkins Memorial 

Selma 

Smithfield 

Tar River 

Youngsville 

Zebulon-Wendell 



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634 



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253 
296 
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725 
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904 

421 

706 

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255 

291 

451 

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711 

412 

620 

682 
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307 

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5161. 

748 . 



61 



13 
26 
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4 
29 
49 
13 

7 

8 
13 
14 

7 
28 

9 

455 
640 



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Total Last Year 

Increase 

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197201 

190591 

661! 



6191 
8731 



7181 
6471 

711 



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li 221 

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12 
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8 

6 
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6 
11 
10 
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54 
16 

6 

2 
13 
10 
17 

5 
15 

2 

23 
22 
68 


13 
14 
14 
121 
19 

9 

8 
17 
20 
15 
100 
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7 
25 
10 
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22 

6 
34 
65 

6 

3 
30 
14 
22 

8 
35 

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16 
21 
40 


413 
512 
739 
342 
371 
451 
332 
731 
351 
435 
319 
326 
778 
920 
470 
730 
866 
256 

1556 
577 
190 
447 
276 
661 
367 
452 
346 
133 
513 
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1 


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2 




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12 


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1 


5 


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2 


9 


15| Rich Square 


5 


161 Roanoke Rapids 






16 


171 Rosemaiy 









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1 




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201 Clark St -So Rocky Mount 


1 14 


34 
16 




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3 






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1 


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2 




1 2 


5 






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1 


22 




1 2 

1 5 

1 6 


5 






321 Wilson 


30 


1 Total 


175321 
174401 

921 

1 


51 4351 
81 4921 


407 
431 

' 24 


783 
831 

■■■'48 


175881 1 52 

17532 11 sn 


305 
345 


1 Increase 


56 


1 




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CHURCH PROPERTY 



NSURANCE 



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TABLE 


NO. 1 


WILMINGTON 




CHARGES 


MEMBERSHIP 


1 

y 




1 
1 


§1 

% 


11 

l! 


5 


if 


1 

i! 


3 

1 


1 

i 

o 


1 


Bladen 


3.52 
266 
516 
372 
587 
770 
667 
824 
883 
427 
665 
533 
550 
290 
794 
533 
295 
364 
307 
519 
426 
448 
332 
594 
588 
516 
523 
794 
1052 
832 


1 






1 
1 







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30 

28 

6 

21 

13 

8 

31 

33 

12 

8 

24 

15 

1 

27 

49 

4 

6 

12 

12 

6 

29 

8 

9 

27 

21 
32 
31 
13 


7 
3 
17 
37 
16 
12 

3 

8 
17 

1 

12 
3 

8 
17 

\ 

15 

26 
48 
54 


1| 

2^ 
19 
24 
26 
32 
12 
11 
8 
19 
15 


3781 

268 


3 


23 

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2 
12 
12 
3 

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8 






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543 
361 
606 
796 
665 
835 
904 
431 
673 
555 
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6 


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Elizabethtown 

Fairmont 






8 
9 
10 
11 


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13| Lumberton— Chestnut Street 




111 286 
391 785 
341 583 
191 287 
1431 229 


\ 


15 
16 

17 
18 
19 

20 


Maysville 





4 
5 


18 
3H 
2 

J 

6 


Scotts Hill 






3 




91 322 
241 510 
11 429 





St. Pauls 


22 

9 


Tabor City 


2 
2 
43 
12 


493 
341 
578 
fill 




1 
1 


18 
4 






8 


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3 
1 
5 
9 
3 
10 


22 






91 529 
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1831 669 


9 


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Wilm'ton— Epworth-Wesley 
Pifth Avenue 


.? 


9q 


Grace 


251 iioei 

401 8591 


23 


30 


Trinity 


11 







16619 
16624 


1 \ 

1 1 



526 
459 
67 


424 
453 

1 . . . . 


844 
917 


16725 

16619 

106 


; .■ .' ." .■ ! 


69 

68 

1 




358 






316 






42 




Decrease 


5 


29 


73 





DISTRICTS 










RECAPITU 


1 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 




20927 
14772 
19588 
17873 
19720 
17532 
16619 


1 10 
4 
6 
6 
9 
5 

1 7 


i 634 
1 336 
1 453 
1 475 
619 
435 
1 526 


1 654 
300 
509 
347 
718 
407 
424 


1110 211051 31 60 

699 147091 67 

876 196741 | 68 

7921 17903! 21 44 

1406] 196511 2| 54 

7861 175881 1 52 

8441 167251 | 69 


464 




230 




293 




359 


Raleigh 


455 




305 


1 Wilming-ton 


358 




Total .... 


127031 

124893 

2138 


1 47 
1 52 


1 5 


1 3478 
1 4129 



1 651 


1 3359 
1 3415 


1 56 


1 651311273551 71 414 

1 575911266781 111 459 

7541 6771 1 


1 2464 






2900 










Decrease 


1 





4 


1 451 436 



-(Continued) 



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C H 


U K C H 


PROPERTY 






I N S 


U R A 


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121 


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284 





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284 



1041 
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103 
115 
93 
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981 786650| 

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92| 1243550 
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208731 

92121 
43881 

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statistical table no. 2 



Christian Literature 



o 5^ 



WOJIAN-S WOKK 






2S 



LAY ACTIVITIES 



^ ; 



Andrevvs-Massey I 48 ... . 

Bahama I 190 2 

Brooksdale I 1 1 

Burlington— Front Street ...| 275 1| 

Webb Ave. -Holt | 

Burlington Circuit 1 

Bynum I 

Cedar Grove I 

Chapel Hill I 

Duke's Chapel I 

Durham— Branson I 

Calvary I 

Carr I 

Duke Memorial I 

Lakewootl I 

Trinity I 

West Durham i 

Durham Circuit I 

Eno 1 

Graham-West Burlington . . | 

Hillsboro I 

Leasburg- I 

Mebane I 

Milton I 

Mbncure I 

Mt. Tirzah I 

Orange-Carrboro I 

Person I 

Pittsboro 1 

Rougemont I 481 

Roxboro — Long Memorial . . . | 202| 1 

East Roxboro-Longhurst ..| 73| 1 

Siler City I 289| 1 

South Alamance I | . . . . 

Stem I 1731 1 

Yanceyville I 167| 1 



106 .. 
122 .. 
113 

160 

54 
150 
230 
314 
575 

84 .. 
537 
285 
160 

44 .. 
384 
231 .. 
175 .. 
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180| 
244i.. 
2131 
120|.. 
3501 
1481 



12 
36 
23 

149 
43 
65 
75 
40 
80 
42 
31 
90 
41 

236 



15 

50 
375 
527 
185 
211 
252 
105 
593 
160 

97 
486 
140 
1457 

50 
1050 
480 
582 

69 
272 
475 

50 
225 

77 

70 

51 
197 
446 



10 
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7720 . 

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280 . 

1- 


1 51 77 




1 55571 

1 10621 


1 80 




1 5 


1 Decrease 


1 1. 


....| 3 


ELIZABETH CITY 



104 

551 
721 

251 1 

1321 3041 
251 200| 
561 4721 
• 1. 



73 

161 

103 

43 

13 

93 

235 

601 



9471. 



118|. 



20| 551 
1081 2911 



121. 
3721 . 



3 

1 
2 
3 

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I 3 
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Aulander 

Bath 

Belhaven-Pantego 

Chowan 

Columbia 

Currituck 

Dare 

Edenton 

Elizabeth City — City Road 

First Church 

Fairfield 

Gates 

Hatteras 

Hertford 

Kinnakeet 

Kitty Hawk 

Manteo 

Mattamuskeet 

Moyock-Memorial 

Murfreesboro-Winton 

North Gates 

Pasquotank 

Perquimans 

Plymouth 

Roper- Cres well 

South Camden 

South Mills 

Stumpy Point 

Swan Quarter 

Wanchese 

Washington 

Williamston 

Windsor 



. 160 
.| 120 

■1 771 



1 120 

i 941 
I 1001 

I I 

I 1101 
I 1461 



501 217 



141 
501 

1601 
151 
841 

1231 



393 
423 

13881 
103| 
2651 
3001 
3501 



52 

138 

1285 

201 
2291 

141 



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3401. 
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1151 
1041 
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1251 
1251 
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35 

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151 
591 
601 
341 
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134 
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401 
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251 
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1261. 
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11 

1 


231 

431 
311 

71 
231 


11 311 641 651 
11 441 741 1561.. 
11 1231 6731 3051.. 
21 501 3501 831 




211.. 

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3 
1 

1 
1 


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11 201 3131 91|.. 




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3 


161 

241 
1 


6081 
6351 

1 


641 17871 80021 38611 

701 17221 80071 40741 

j 651 1 1 




211.. 
561 

1 


"31 


71 
63 

8 


8! 


271 


61 1 51 213! 


21 


351 


31. 





1 Total 

1 Total Last Year 

I Increase 

I Decrease 



.1 40511 
.1 34811 
.1 5701 
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HRISTIAN LITERATURE, WOMAN'S WORK, LAY ACTIVITIES, CHURCH SCHOOLS 
ISTRICT 

LOCAL, C H U R C TT SCHOOLS ' 



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124| 

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89 
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261 

171 
70 

157 
87 
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32 
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325 

140 

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267 

116 
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24 

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292 
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133|30 
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301 
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Christian Literature 



WOMAN'S WORK 



LAY ACTIVITIES 



Aberdeen-Vass 

Biscoe 

Broadway 

Caledonia 

Carthage 

Eldorado 

Ellerbe 

h ayetteville — Hay Street 
Person Street — Calvary 

Fayetteville Circuit 

Glendon 

Goldston , 

Hamlet 

Hemp 

Jonesboro 

Laurel Hill 

Laurinburg 

Maxton 

Mt. Gilead 

Parkton 

Piedmont 

Raeford 

Red Springs 

Rockingham 

Roberdel 

Rowland 

Sanford 

St. John-Gibson 

Stedman 

Troy — Trinity , 

Wadeville 

West End 



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101 


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350 


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301 
381 


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221 


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397 


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231 


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1 


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401 




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101 2| 41 


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1621 


241 


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120 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



TABLE NO. 21 



Christian Literature WOMAN'S WORK LAY ACTIVITIES 



2S 



3 gH 

^» = 

III 



Bailey 

Benson 

Cary-Apex 

Clayton 

Creedmoor 

Dunn — Devine Street 

Erwin 

Four Oaks 

Fuquay 

Franklinton 

Garner 

Henderson— First Church . . 

City Road-White Memorial 

Lillington 

Louisburg- 

Mamers 

Middleburg 

Millbrook 

Newton Grove 

Oxford 

Oxford Circuit 

Princeton 

Raleigh— Central 

Edenton Street 

Epworth 

Hayes-Barton 

Jenkins Memorial 

Selma 

Smithfield 

Tar River 

Youngsville 

Zebulon-Wendell 



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I 1101 

I 191i. 

1 1861 

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3291 



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I 2041 

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I 1431. 



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181i 



111 

271 
401 

11 
21i 
351 

4 
49 
22 
10 
56 
34 

71 
351 
1281 

31 
121 

81 
151 
231 
471 
171 
121 



1| 1221 

1| 211 



21 



75 
164 
124 
120 

44 
172 
10 
199 
352 

481 

281 
5971 
1291 
3081 
1781 

101 

301 

13811 

295 

439 

25 
120 
740 
5713 
387 
339 
383 
195 
381 
176 

6' 
426 



20 
77 
131 
54 
142 
156 
139 
111 
1821 



351 1 

2501 1 

171 1 

75 1 



34 

112 
47 

574 
16 
49 
81 
L824 
551 

152 
17 
34 

247 
81 
18 
58 



Total 

Total Last Year 

Increase 

Decrease 



.1 48921 
.| 4655! 
.| 2371 



301 9211 
251 9861 



651. 



631 2209 
541 1844 
91 365 



137521 49951 
89151 45191 

48371 4761 



21 73 



ROCKY MOUNH 



Battleboro 

Bethel 

Conway 

Elm City 

Enfield-Whitakers 

Farmville 

Garysburg 

Halifax 

Kenly 

Littleton 

McKendree 

Nashville 

Norlina 

Northampton 

Rich Square 

Roanoke Rapids 

Rosemary 

Robersonville 

Rocky Mount — First Church 1 
Clark St. -So. Rocky Mount j 
Marvin 

Sandy Cross 

Scotland Neck 

Seaboard 

Spring Hope 

Stantonsburg 

Tarboro 

Walstonburg 

Warren 

Warrenton 

W'eldon 

Wilson 



821 
1811. 



1941 
1361 

1201 



741 
1601 
1541. 

891. 
2701. 
2051 
1011 
345i 
3531. 



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3691 
2871 
150| 
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31 
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41 199 
531 216 
251 90 
531 350 
691 726 
531 133 
521 475 
721 758 
18| 361 



60 
333 

152 

87 

266 

4 

48 

72 
110 

24 

80 
1271. 
1651. 
1201. 

751 

531 



4581 
2831. 

701. 

761. 
1031 
1261 
1581 

951 
1151. 

241. 



2751 
1511 
5001 



201 
131 

81 
71. 
121 
271 
241 
108! 



11 


2361 


21 


511 


11 


121 


31 


471 


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41 


971 


21 


471 


11 


581 


11 


571 



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113|. 

311 

2081 

2251 
1721 
2551 



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1751 I 1 

1021 I 1 

101 I I 

1791 I I 



451 3521 181 I I I 

100! 3191 4761 1 I I 

1261 6331 9671 1 I I 

2371 2451 10691 ! 1 1 



Total 

Total Last Year 

Increase 

Decrease 



49981 
46351 



7251 
9711 



611 1963110280! 59381 I 1 I 6 

581 19381 87571 57401 I I 9| 6 

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8 


4| 


1 


13 


363113 


y 


i;^ 


64 


40 


50 


1751 1 


2 


3 




1 


2 


36 


250|14 


1 


22 


79 


205 


71 


3771 


1 


14 


3 


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14 


221|15 


4 


43 


123 


156 


100 


4221 


1 


2 





51 


3 


71 


137116 


5 


35 


151 


123 


120 


429| 


5 


15 


17 


61 


9 


2 


230117 


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39 
47 


96 
193 


105 
184 


109 
199 


349 




5 


24 
10 




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6 


623 


1 


3 




328 


111 


1 


35 


90 


88 


123 


336 








28 




41 


5 


30 


490 


20 












372 






42 




1 


3 




145 


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Jl 


67 
147 


89 
137 


55 
145 


227 
474 








3 

27 




2| 
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1 


8 


66 


2079 


23 


I 


95 


449 


534 


751 


1829 


1 


1 


65 




71 




577 


5252 


24 


1 


17 


127 


92 


87 


323 







13 




3 




3 


387 


25 


1 


15 


91 


41 


72 


219 


1 


1 


13 


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6 


308 


26 


2 


28 
20 


229 
40 


193 
60 


44 

102 


494 




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•/7 






1 


41 


3 


8 


248|2S 


1 


37 


106 


68 


70 


281| 


1 


18 


18 


41 


S| 


50 


380129 


4 


30 


94 


105 


184 


4131 


1 


6 




6 


7 


30 


99530 


« 


34 

22 


117 
107 


78 
81 


56 
164 


2851 

374| 


6 




28 
10 


23 



6 
5 






139131 


2 


4 




1123132 


91 


1076 


3976 


4047 


4192 


136171 6 


38 


480 


199 


133| 


71 


1222 


195501 


88 


1067 


3980 


3792 


4023 


13236! 6 


23 


709 


62 


1391 


110| 


1123 


160881 


A 


9 




255 


169 


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1 


15| 




137 


1 




99 



34621 
1 







4 







1 


229 





el 


391 



21 


69 


70 


70 


152 


142 


18 


48 


69 


25 


53 


83 


28 


110 


50 


16 


44 


30 



29 


22 


23 


20 


37 



461 
2801 2601 









115 


55 


75 


57 


58 


103 


49 


66 


59 


40 


25 


50 


150 


126 


157 


118 


174 


193 


76 


113 


125 


76 


120 


31 


190 


174 


164 


332 


238 


240 


245 


99 


69 


48 



50 


42 


79 


51 


57 


94 


87 


198 


103 


115 


114 


17 


59 


147 


41 


48 


44 


73 


30 


40 


138 


119 


127 



1081 
1731 



1 . 






22 


36 


831 


1 


44 


181 




19 


395 


-1 


75 


1333 




9891 
1012 



28571 

2.S5l| 



25571 
27381 



29541 
30361 



107381 
109811 



1811 



243| 



21| 3371 1151 
27| 3601 81| 

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6| 231 



1331 
1361 



108| 
143 

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10951 
13201 



12125 
11186 



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10 
11 
43 
15 
24 
20 
22 
13 
40 
42 
16 
20 
14 
10 
12 
16 
16 
14 
19 
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23 
29 
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251 
210 
203 
295 
300 
93 
133 




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103 
44 
126 
62 
58 
82 
56 
29 
83 
91 


260 
269 
278 
585 
149 
540 
162 
238 
106 
808 
432 


126 


















64 

94 

88 

167 

135 

49 

35 

254 

420 






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1391 1 
130 .... 
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14 
15 
16 

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19 
20 
21 

99 


Lumberton Circuit 


51 52 
61 135 











8 




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41 
16 
20 
24 
15 

84 
52 
68 
26 
80 
161 


317 
15 

72 
288 

21 
190 

55 

31 
502 
163 








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Southport 


65 
42 
22 
34 
8 
173 
30 










86i.... 
123 ... . 
221 1 
108 1 

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Swansboro 











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94 


Wallace-Rose Hill 












1951 1 
18l|.... 
233|.... 
300 2 
307 5 
280 3 








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308 
850 


56 
350 
830 
639 










28 

99 


1 


25 


20 
15 




Grace .... 




30 


Trinity 


1541 1097 


1 


35 


1 




Total 


47751 19 
48131 23 


639 
694 


65 

57 
8 


1705 
1705 


8997 
9041 


3869 
4941 


2 

1 
1 


60 
35 
25 


35 
21 
14 






Total Last Year 


83 










Decrease 


••■381 '4 




55 




44 


972 


3 


DISTRICTS 














RECAPITU 


1 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 


Durham 


66191 40 
40511 16 
46741 26 
51791 19 
48921 30 
49981 60 
47751 19 


917 
608 
751 
647 
921 
725 
639 


66 
64 
51 
59 
63 
61 
65 


2278110154 
17871 8002 
18491 8197 
20941 7935 
2209113752 
19631 10280 
17051 8997 


7720 
3861 
6434 
6098 
4995 
5938 
3869 






5 


77 




1 
1 


21 
65 




Fayetteville 


64 




64 


Raleigh 


2 


73 




73 




60 


Wilming-ton 




60 


35 


SO 




Total 


351881 210 
329541 191 


5208 
5581 


429 

409 

20 




13885167317 
13378158768 


38913 

38707 

196 




6 

9 


219 
222 


40 
48 


489 
503 


Total Last Year 




Decrease 













3 


3 


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123 



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95 
55 
931 

761 
1831 
1631 
1421 
2031 
243 
111 
113 
1431 



1741 
127] 
601 
491 
91 
75 
94 
58 
87 
155 
141 
97 



911 

491 

841 

92 

145 

163 

143 

190 

159 

133 

119 

125 

74 

72 

111 

213 

78 

531 

531 

113 

55 

99 

45 

78 

125 

77 

77 

86 

134 

121 



70 1 

39 

140 

97 

128 

223 

167 

145 

141 

106 

58 

143 

140 

68 

118 

120 

60 

44 

115 

69 

75 

107 

50 

119 

134 

117 

65 

75 

231 

117 



309 
353 
554 
293 
1761 



224 
336 
172 
319 
455 



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■ I 1| 

■ I 261 

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161 



504 1 

66 2 

3911 3 



5941. 

3771. 



17 



782 5 
687 6 
304 7 
727 8 
548 9 
267|10 
361|11 
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802113 
121114 
235115 
199116 
163117 
115118 
268|19 
532|20 
174121 



324|26 
322127 
567128 
927129 
404130 



1141 
1171 



1045 
1059 



34371 
35131 



31571 3281 
32351 3448 

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781 167 



110161 41 

112551 «i 



381 4411 511 1461 
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5351 117351 
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11981 40011 39621 4529| 13813| 


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371 6281 


1541 


172 


196 


1488 


182681 1 


88 


10071 23791 23901 3022| 9364| 


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311 3131 


1641 


139 


106 


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122651 2 


9? 


1039 


36761 32921 3833 


124571 


41 


181 3871 


2041 


153 


67 


1102 


129691 3 


102 


1041 


40301 32691 3895 


125741 


71 


121 362 


1351 


155 


93 


1082 


119151 4 


91 


1076 


3976 4047 4192 


136171 


6| 


381 480 


199 


133 


71 


1222 


195501 5 


84 


989 


28571 25571 2954 


107381 


61 


211 337 


115 


133 


108 


1095 


121251 6 


114 


1045 


34371 31571 3281 


110161 


4| 


381 4411 


51 


146 


73 


853 


117131 7 


670 


73951 243561 22674| 25706 


835791 


41| 


1951 29481 


10221 


1031 


714 


7546 


987971 


674 


74661 231851 218521 24912 


827421 


501 


1631 34151 


10231 


104 V 


866 


8025 


906331 






11711 8221 794 
1 1 


8371.. 
1 


91 














81641 


4 




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16 


152 


479 


1 



124 



North Carolina Annual Conference ^ 

statistical table no. ; i 



Andrews-Massey 

Bahama 

Brooksdale 

Burlington — Front Street . 

Webb Ave. -Holt 

Burlington Circuit 

Bynum 

Cedar Grove 

Chapel Hill 

Duke's Chapel 

Durham — Branson 

Calvary 

Carr 

Duke Memorial 

Lakewood 

Trinity 

West Durham 

Durham Circuit 

Eno 

Graham-West Burlington 

Hillsboro 

Leasburg 

Mebane 

Milton 

Moncure 

Mt. Tirzah 

Orange-Carrboro 

Person 

Pittsboro 

Rougemont 

Roxboro — Long Memorial . 

East Roxboro -Longhurst 

Siler City 

South Alamance 

Stem 

Yanceyville 



1681 

2001 

1681 

480| 

51| 

288 

192 

130 

18 

160 

84 

70 

98 

84 

48 

98 

74 

168 

126 



1311 

481 
1261 



27 
60 
1 

288] 
1231 



1261 

1051 

361 

1681 

2001 

1681 

4801 

511 

2281 

1921 

1301 

211 

1601 

84i 

701 

981 

841 

541 

951 

741 



2201 
481 

1681 

1311 
481 

1261 



450 
1125 
1800 
3600 
1937 
1400 
1225 
1800 
1700 

600 
2100 
2500 
2100 
51001 

9501 
36001 
2500 
1950 

360 
2000 
1300 
1000 
1600 
1300 

900 
1400 
1050 
2127 
1800 

5001 
2750 

800 
2150 
1871 



1342 
1838 
360O 
1937 
14001 
1225 
1800 
3200 

600 
2100 
2500 
2100 
5100 

950 
3600 
2500 
1962 

363 
20001 
13431 
1056 
1600 
1302 

900 
1357 
1000 
2164 
1550 

500 
2750 

800 
2150 
1871 



19001 19461 



75 
300 
250 

1720 
425 
250 
2301 
325 
450 
100 
300 
400 
600 

3000 
100 
500 
800 
325 
75 
600 
125 
200 
400 
150 
160 
250 
235 
613 
215 
160 

1200 
115 
500 
300 
250 
4001 



2' 
321 
25: 

172. 
42 
25il 
23i 
32i 
45' 
10" 
3(X' 
40* 
60<> 

300< 
lOlt 
5011 



121 
20< 
401 
15ti 
16' 
191 
23; 
62; 
181 
161 
120' 
11! 
50' 
30' 
20' 
40. 



Total 

Total Last Year 

Increase 

Decrease 



45401 
44061 
1341 



44611 
44041 

571 



620451 



20561 



636121 
60042 
3570l 



161 



160981 1594! 
147871 1491) 
13111 103 



ELIZABETH CIT\ 



Ahoskie 

Aulander 

Bath 

Belhaven-Pantego 

Chowan 

Columbia 

Currituck 

Dare 

Edenton 

Elizabeth City— City Road 

First Church 

Fairfield 

Gates 

Hatteras 

Hertford 

Kinnakeet 

Kitty Hawk 

Manteo 

Mattamuskeet 

Moyock-Memorial 

Murfreesboro-Winton 

North Gates 

Pasquotank 

Perquimans 

Plymouth 

Roper-Creswell 

South Camden 

South Mills 

Stumpy Point 

Swan Quarter 

Wanchese 

Washington 

Williamston 

Windsor 



132 


120 


1800 


66 


66 


700 


84 


84 


950 


100 


90 


1200 


88 


88 


1050 


96 


90 


1250 


82 


82 


918 



66 


66 


1(1(1 


100 


150 


150 


396 


396 


66 


61 


130 


130 


78 


78 


194 


194 


80 


80 


50 


50 


100 


100 


«S 


63 


148 


148 


96 


96 


13-^ 


128 


120 


112 


133 


133 


132 


132 


110 


110 


100 


100 



1001 
1001 
2721 
1361 
1001 



1001 
1001 
2721 
1361 
1001 



7001 
1350 
1900 
3100 

700 
13001 

800 
2250 

800 

550 
1350 
1300 
1800 
1050 
1500] 
15001 
16001 
15001 
12001 
12001 
14001 
lOOOi 
1S251 
12001 
30001 
17001 
13041 



1800 
667 
950 
1092 
1039 
1200 
919 
656 
1350 
1900 
3100 
644 
1350 
810 
2250 
838 
514i 
1350 
546 



1450 
1417 
1505 
1500 
1200 
1200 
13421 
10001 
12201 
12001 
30001 
17001 
13001 



315 
150 
225 
275 
355 
250 
200 
225 
275 
300 

1730 
280 
300 
210 
500 
250 
160 
250 
325 
350 
210 
400 
360 
450 
210 
250 
250 
3151 
325 
375 
300 

1400 
275 
275 



7 
27' 
30 
173 
201 
30 i 
21 
50 
25 
16 
25 
16 



36; 

45. 
21i 
251 
25 
31 
32: 
37 

le 

140 
12 

17 

1133! 

1155r 



Total 

Total Last Year 

Increase 

Decrease 



41051 
40031 
1021 



39341 
39261 



462471 
447871 
14601 



448781 

440261 

8521 



8161 
7971 
191 



12320 

11964 

356 



22; 



FINANCIA L EXHIBIT 
DISTRICT 



Journal of Procee 



DINGS 




126 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



TABLE NO. 3 



FAYETTEVILLE 



Preacher 
in Charge 



Aberdeen-Vass 

Biscoe 

Broadway 

Caledonia 

Carthage 

Eldorado 

Ellerbe 

Fayetteville — Hay Street 
Person Street — Calvary 

Fayetteville Circuit 

Glendon 

Goldston 

Hamlet 

Hemp 

Jonesboro 

Laurel Hill 

Laurinburg 

Maxton 

Mt. Gilead 

Parkton 

Piedmont 

Raeford 

Red Springs 

Rockingham , 

Roberdel , 

Rowland , 

Sanford , 

St. John-Gibson , 

Stedman , 

Troy— Trinity 

Wadeville 

West End 



1941 
133 

48 
125 
129 

48 
138 
242 

80 
145 

80 

93 
194 



170 
145 
145 
144 
116 
145 
145 
193 
122 
120 
1941 
1201 

87i 
1201 

70 

iiol 



1941 
133 

44 
125 
129 

42 
138 
242 

80 
145 

66 



921 
1701 
1451 
1451 
1381 
1161 
1451 
1451 
1931 

901 
1201 
1941 
1201 

871 
1201 

571 
1101 



2400 
1700 

975 
1505 
1800 

602 
1700 
3600 
1050 
2100 

900 
14001 
30001 
13201 
18001 
14001 
27001 
19001 
21001 
18111 
16251 
20501 
20001 
36001 
15251 
18001 
30001 
15001 
12001 
25001 

6801 
13101 



2400 
1700 

940 
1505 
1800 

534 
1700 
3600 
1050 
2100 

747 
1400 
3000 
1143 
1800 
1373 
27001 
19001 
21001 
17311 
1652 
2050 
2000 



1800 
3000 
1500 
1200 
2500 
567 
1302 



Atlantic 

Aurora 

Ayden 

Beaufort 

Dover 

Fremont 

Goldsboro — St. Paul 

Goldsboro Circuit 

Greenville — Jarvis Memorial 

Grifton 

Grimesland 

Hookerton 

Jones 

Kinston — Queen Street 

La Grange 

Morehead City 

Mt. Olive-Calypso 

Mt. Olive Circuit 

New Bern — Centenary 

Newport 

Ocracoke-Portsmouth 

Oriental 

Pamlico 

Pikeville-Elm Street 

Pink Hill 

Riverside-Bridgeton 

Seven Springs 

Snow Hill 

Straits-Harlowe 

Vanceboro 



Total 

Total Last Year 

Increase 

Decrease 



501 

1001 

1351 

160] 

1351 

1501 

3251 

1501 

3501 

1551 

711 

1501 

1401 

3251 

1301 

1801 

1651 

145| 

330| 

861 

451 

1001 

851 

861 

45! 

1301 

491 

1501 

851 

431 



501 

1001 

1351 

160! 

1351 

1501 

3251 

1501 

3501 

1551 

711 

1501 

140! 

3251 

1301 

1801 

1651 

1451 

3301 

711 

45! 

1001 

831 

861 

451 

1301 

491 

1501 

851 

431 



10501 
16O0I 
15001 
22001 
14001 
16501 
30001 
15001 
36001 
18001 
12001 
20001 
1700! 
33001 
14501 
25001 
20001 
16301 
33001 
13501 

7301 
12501 
13501 
13521 
10751 
1610! 

795 
21001 
13001 
12001 



1050 
1624 
1500 
2200 
14881 
16501 
3000 
1523 
3600 
1800 
1200 
2000 
1600 
3300 
1500 
25001 
20001 
16001 
33001 
11331 

7301 
12501 
13051 
13521 
10771 
16111 

7751 
21001 
12531 
12001 



42501 
42501 



42331 

42151 

181 



524921 

512651 

12271 



522211 

508461 

13751 



901 
451 
1081 
541 
301 
601 
451 
9fll 
441 
671 
60| 
481 
99{ 
401 
3l| 
371 
40| 
311 
271 
481 
241 
631 
391 
361 
15401 
15191 
211 
I. 



1 Total 


40951 

40471 

481 

1- 


40411 

40201 

211 

U 


585531 

557091 

28441 

1. 


577201 

554321 

22881 


51 
1291 


41 127701 12121 
961 131221 13342 


i Total Last Year 




1 Decrease 


1 


1241 


921 3521 1221 


NEW BERN 



30 


3 


110 


42 


42 


225 


45 


45 


250 


66 


66 


500 


42 


42 


200 


59 


50 


465 



541 
30| 



25 


300 


99 


700 


44 


200 


67 


1135 


60 


350 


4« 


400 


99 


1100 


19 


150 


31 


235 


11 


150 


30 


125 


31 


205 


27 


165 


44 


301 


14 


160 


63 


633 



14041 
13671 

371. 



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13017 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 



TABLE NO. 3 



1 'readier 
in Charge 



Bailey 

Benson 

Cary-Apex 

Clayton 

Creedmoor 

Dunn — Devine Street 

Erwin 

Four Oaks 

Fuquay 

Franklinton 

Garner 

Henderson — First Church . . 

City Road-White Memorial 

Lillington 

Louisburg 

Mamers 

Middleburg 

Millbrook 

Newton Grove 

Oxford 

Oxford Circuit 

Princeton 

Raleigh — ^Central 

Edenton Street 

Epworth 

Hayes-Barton 

Jenkins Memorial 

Selma 

Smithfield 

Tar River 

Youngsville 

Zebulon-Wendell 



165 
110 
130 

100 

162 

185i 

1401 

135 

1601 

1201 

1351 

2701 

741 

80| 

1501 

861 

1341 

901 

135 

243 

162 

80 

180 

500 

701 

251 

801 

1621 

176| 

1581 



165 
110 
130 
100 
155 
185 
140 
135 
160| 
1201 
1351 
2701 

721 

80| 
150| 

86| 
134i 

901 
1251 
2431 
1621 

801 
1801 
5001 

701 



162 
176 
158 

78 
1101 



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1600 
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15001 
27001 
19001 
13501 
26001 
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10001 
1500 
1300 
1800 
2300 
2000 
1350 
1500 



2010 
1500 
16001 
18001 
17501 
25001 
18001 
15121 
20001 
16001 
17001 
33001 
7001 
10001 



2000 
1100 


40 
22 


1900 


38 


1400 


24 


1460 


30 


2700 


54 


1900 


38 


1350 


24 


2600 


48 



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1500 


1300 


1300 


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2000 


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2300 


2000 


2000 


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1300 

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2300 

2000 

1310 

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250 
446 
700 
325 
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1051 
400' 
150 
400 
350 
300 
900 
500 
204 
500 
3000 
150 
100 
150 
200 
900 
600 
200 
220 



Total 

Total Last Year 

Increase 

Decrease 



45871 

45041 

831 



45411 

45001 

411 



589501 
549901 



590921 
545591 
45331 



10831 

8201 



913 
766 

1471 



148181 14621 
148711 14874 



ROCKY MOUNT 



t,attleboro , 

Bethel 

Conwav , 

Elm City 

Enfleld-Whitakers 

Farmville , 

Garysburg 

Halifax 

Kenly 

Littleton 

McKendree 

Nashville 

Norlina 

Northampton 

Rich Square 

Roanoke Rapids 

Rosemary 

Robersonville 

Rocky Mount — First Church 
Clark St. -So. Rocky Mount 
Marvin 

Sandy Cross 

Scotland Neck 

Seaboard 

Spring Hope 

Stantonsburg 

Tarboro 

Walstonburg 

Warren 

Warrenton 

Weldon 

Wilson 



110 
165 
157 
118 
141 
176 
90 
118 

lis 

137 
110 
133 
141 

1571 
1331 
1761 
1761 

651 
2821 
1221 

361 

671 
1221 
1491 
1131 
133! 
1181 

511 
133| 
1761 



951 
1651 
1571 
1181 
1411 
1761 

811 
1181 
1181 
1371 
1101 
1331 
141 
1571 
1301 
1761 
1761 

651 
2821 
1081 

361 

541 
1221 
149 
1181 
1331 
1151 

511 
1331 
1761 
1721 
3061 



14001 
22501 
20001 
15001 
18001 
2250 
11501 
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15001 
18001 
14001 
1800 
18001 
20001 
18001 
24001 
22501 
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40001 
15501 



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2000 
1500 

20001 
22501 
10151 
16001 
15001 
18001 
14001 
18001 
18001 
20001 
17701 
24001 
22501 
9001 
40001 
12691 



460 


600 


900 


1000 


1710 


1710 


2000 


2000 


1600 


1600 


1800 


1735 


1500 


1500 


800 


650 


1700 


1700 


2250 


2250 


2400 


2400 


4200 


4200 



281 

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401 

301 

361 

451 

231 . 

301. 

30| 

351 

281 

341 

361 

401 

341 

451 

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311 



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7001 
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4001 
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175 
300 
200 
240 
122 
165 
550 
571 
240 
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4001 
1651 

16471 
2751 
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200| 
2051 
3501 
200| 
550 
3001 
115| 
3151 
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11251 

17861 



213 
700 
728 
150 
402 
865 
134 
300 
200 
200 
122 
150 
306 
571 
240 
450 
400 
115 
1647 
247 
100 
186 
205 
350 
150 
555 
300 
105 
285 
931, 
1050 
1786 



Total 

Total Last Year 

Increase 

Decrease 



44221 

42591 

163| 



43491 

41781 
1711 



583081 
562701 
20381 



581091 

555041 

26051 



11281 
9951 
1331 



8921 147681 
8421 138991 

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468 



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Journal of Proceedings 



129 



RAISED DURING THE YEAR 



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187 

150 

220 

273 

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1931 

298!. 

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1701 

3301 

701 
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140 
135 
240 
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75 
130 
245 
230 
200 
130 



21801 
637 
321 
591 
144 

1138 



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41 
195 

4898 
95 

4800 
505 
371 
466 

7086 
235 
400 
169 



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27174 

209 



170 
194| 
1871 
5171 
2321 
6831 
363| 
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1300 
450 
240 

318| 
2081 



275 
155 
2193 
52 
47 
143 



262 

92 

249 

15000 

326 

1702 

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12141 

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8471. 
1461 . 
3841. 
2771. 

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342|. 
10131 . 

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532| 
260 
149 
706 
646 
630 
1159 
282 
366 
535 
377 
288 
235 
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242 
302 
356 
525 
198 



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7520 



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314 
144 
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112951 928 
3112| 140 
8066 130 
33741 84 

28431 

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644941 22881 

29761 1 

51041 3181 
3001 400 

35271 1 

68391 2321 

54131 1 

77241 2101 
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2972 
7936 
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5413 
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69781 
65291 
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60736 
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132 
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150 
326 
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213 



102 
380 
55 
295 
325 



1034 
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236 
620 



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308| 

8891 

225| 

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3161 

2831 

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1421 

2751 

156| 

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9061 

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491 

240 

470 



19041 
328 
128 



211 
580 
312 
175 
254 
75 
372 
8241 
5791 
10261 



32841 1 

53221 361 
55751 8051 

28951 1 

52751 555 
164981 998 
18001 



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33951 

26141 90 
39081 430 
75321 487 

7288! 1 

36511 2641 
130481 235] 
47001 
14011 



367! 
181 
2311 



18283! 
2982! 
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1528! 

31471 6| 

44781 

2914! 

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10721 

31691 144 
71881 705 
8561! 132 

154341 1 



32841 1 
5286! 2 
47701 3 
2895| 4 
47201 5 

15500 
1800 
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2524 
3478 
7045 
7288 
3387 

12813 
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17916119 
2964120 
1268121 
1528122 
3141123 
4478124 
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130 North Carolina Annual 


Conference 


TABLE NO. 


WlLMINCiTOr 




CHARGES 


Presiding 
Elder 


Preacher 
in Charge , 


District 
Woric 


General and 
Conference Work 


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142 

89 
174 
248 
130 
216 
150 

96 

82 
156 
307 

92 
130 
100 

37 

40 
111 
130 

74 
130 

48 
174 
130 
167 
104 
247 
357 
297 


60 

30 

120 

71 

174 

248 

130 

216 

150 

93 

75 

156 

370 

10 

130 

100 

37 

30 

111 

130 

74 

174 
130 
167 
104 
247 
357 
300 


800 
445 
1658 
1200 
2000 
2500 
1550 
2200 
1800 
1300 
1100 
1805 
3100 
1200 
1500 
1400 
500 
615 
1500 
1500 
1000 
1500 
650 
2000 
1500 
2000 
1500 
2700 
3600 
3000 


845 
421 
1528 
823 
2000 
2500 
1588 
2200 
1800 
1293 
1070 
1800 
3100 
1038 
1500 
1400 
563 
498 
1500 
1500 
1000 
1500 
650 
2000 
1500 
2000 
1500 
2700 
3600 
3000 


12 

6 

25 

18 

f. 

22 
33 
26 
19 
16 
27 
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19 
22 
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22 
15 
22 
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155 

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100 
600 
600 
225 
900 
500 
430 
200 
625 
1457 
125 
385 
400 
100 
100 
150 
200 
200 
200 
100 
385 
420 
846 
400 
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1692 
1250 


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401 
501 

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30 


Trinity 


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Total 


4250 

4000 

250 




4172 

3964 

208 




49123 

48487 

636 


48417 

48177 

240 


721 
597 
124 


536 
586 

50 


13520 

13471 

49 


12951 
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Decrease 



DISTRICTS 



1 Durham 

2 Elizabeth City 

3 Fayetteville 

4 New Bern 

5 Raleigh 

6 Rocky Mount 

7 Wilmington 

8 Donated by Duke Endowment 

9 Donated by Duke Endowment 
101 Donated by Duke Endowment 



4540 


4461 


62045 


4105 


3934 


46247 


4095 


4041 


58553 


4250 


4233 


52492 


4587 


4541 


58950 


4422 


4349 


58308 


4250 


4172 


49123 


to Churches 


to Preachers 


to Sup< 


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63612 
44878 
57720 
52221 
59092 
58109 
48417 



51 
15401 



11281 

7211 



644 
785 
4 
1404 
913 
892 
536 



20950 



160981 1594: 

123201 1133! 

127701 1212: 

126271 1236- 

148181 1462: 

147681 1414: 

13520 1295( 



Total 

Total Last Year 

Increase 

Decrease 



302491 29731] 385718| 

294691 292071 369997| 

7801 524 157211 

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389205 
17674 



5492 
526 



5178 

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Journal of Proceedings 



131 





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206 
159 
200 
185 
270 
657 
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391 
225 
812 
687 
326 
800 
669 
293 
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132 North Carolina Annual Conference 

statistical table no. 4— superan nu ate endowment 



DURHAM DISTRICT 




Bahama 

Brooksdale 

Burlington — Webb Avenue 

Cedar Grove 

Branson Memoria: 

Durham — Calvary 

Lakewood 
Dukes Chapel 
Durham 
Graham 
Hillsboro 
Holt's Chapel 
Leasburg 
Milton .... 
Mt. Tirzah 
Orange and Massey 

Pittsboro 

East Roxboro-Longhurst 

Yanceyville 

Rougemont 

Siler City 

South Alamance 
Bynum 



Totals 



1970.001$ 820.751$ 



ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 





.$ 100.00 

15.00 

30.00 

1000.00 

100.00 

25.00 

25.00 

256.50 

120.00 

351.05 

25.00 

250.00 

200.00 

80.00 

60.00 

140.00 

80.00 

26.00 

15.00 

607.78 


$ $. . 


!$ 

. 1 


100.00 


Bath . 


12.00 
10.70 
89.79 




3.00 








19.30 






1 


910.21 


Dare 


33 00 - 


67.00 


Fairfield 


13.50 
18.00 
48.50 




11.50 


Hatteras 






7.00 


Hertford 




1 

1 

1 


208.00 




30.00 - - - 


90.00 


Manteo .... 


48.00 
57.00 
55.00 
41.00 
6.65 




303.05 
















195.00 








159.00 








73.35 




31.30 
20.30 
24.00 
24.04 






28.70 






:;:::::| 


119.70 


South Mills 




1 


56.00 








1.96 




54.38 
25.81 














581.97 


Edenton 




2 00| 




Washington 






20 on| 




Windsor 








5.00]. . . 




Totals 


$ 3506.3.3 


if 642.971$ 


27.001$ 


2934.74 



Journal of Proceedings 



133 



STATISTICAL TABLE NO. A — (Continued) 
FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 



CHARGES 


li 


2-11 


Paid by 
Special 
Collection 


Balance 
to Pay 




$ 233.32 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
1271.19 
300.00 
250.00 
280.00 
100.00 
100.00 
87.59 
200.00 
200.00 
400.00 
100.00 
400.00 
300.00 
200.00 
300.00 
400.00 
100.00 
100.00 


$ 6.001.* 




$ 227.32 
73 80 




26.20 






Caledonia 






100.00 


Carthage 


9.82 






90 18 












264.11 






±007.08 


Fayetteville 






300 00 




23.00 








Glendon 






280 00 






100.00 


Hemp 


55.35 
87.59 
55.00 






44 65 










Laurel Hill . . | 






145 00 










Parkton 


30.50 

4L00 

.20 

35.00 

9.00 






369 50 










Red Springs | 






399.80 


Raeford 






265.00 








191.00 


Rockingham | 






300.00 




28.201- 




371.80 


Troy 1 


29.75 
4.00 




70.25 


Wadeville 1 


. 




96.00 



Totals 1$ 



NEW BERN DISTRICT 



Atlantic 

Aurora 

Ayden 

Beaufort 

Dover 

Fremont 

Grimesland 

Gcldsborf) 

Greenville 

Grifton 

Hookerton 

Jones 

La Grange 

Mt. Olive 

Newport 

Centenary — New Bern 
Ocracoke- Portsmouth 

Oriental 

Pamlico-Vandemere . . 
Pikeville-Elm Street . . 

Pink Hill 

Riverside-Bridgeton . . 

Seven Springs 

Snow Hill 

Straits-Harlowe 

Goldsboro— St. Pauls . 
Mt. Olive-Calypso . . . . 



40.00i$ 
15.001 
15.001 
200.001 
100.001 
25.001 
10.001 
28.001 
65.001 
100.001 
100.001 
80.00| 
60.001 
60.001 
40.001 
200.001 
40.001 
76.001 
92.001 
80.001 
40.001 
84.001 
68.001 
100.001 
80.00] 



16.001$ l.f 

138.151 
80.001 



45.001 . 
100.001. 

42.75|. 
222.901. 
179.201. 

69.501 

87.101. 

45.001. 

17.751 

60.001. 

27.001. 
200.001. 

52.051. 

32.501. 

91.851 

51.001 

69.151. 

17.851. 

29.001. 

65.481. 

50.001. 
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109.70 




55.00 




















30.50 




12.90 




35.00 




42.25 








13.00 












43.50 




.15 




29.00 








18.50 
10.001 



66.15 
39.00 
34.52 
30.00 



Totals 



.1$ 1798.001$ 1879.531$ 



28.501$ 564.67 



134 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



STATISTICAL TABLE NO. 4— (Continued) 
RALEIGH DISTRICT 



CHARGES 


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Bailey 


$ 50.00 

50.00 

80.00 

50.00 

50.00 

552.80 

200.00 

40.00 

50.00 

65.00 

500.00 

108.30 

300.00 

200.00 

250.00 

50.00 

400.00 

1213.27 

70.00 

75.00 

1000.00 

130.95 

50.00 

40.00 

60.00 

150.00 


1? 38.65 
138.18 
36.11 
20.55 
44.00 
27.60 

5.00 
22.00 
30.50 
41.36 

5.00 


II 


$ 11.35 








Cary-Apex 




43 89 






29.45 






6.00 






525.20 






195.00 


Four Oaks 





18 00 






19.50 


Garner 





23 64 


Henderson — First 




495.00 






108.30 




1 45.231 


254.77 


Mamers 


10.00 
31.00 
19.00 
1 25.00 
10.00 
5.00 




190.00 


Middleburg 




219.00 


Mill Brook 




31.00 


Ne'wton Grove 




375.00 






1203.27 


Oxford Circuit 




65.00 






75.00 




8.00 
44.00 
118.70 
40.00 
16.80 
75.00 




992.00 


Jenkins 




86.95 








Tar River 






Youngsville 




43.20 


Zebulon 





75.00 


Totals 


$ 5785.32 


$ 856.68 





$ 5085.52 



ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 





$ 25.00 

500.00 

15.00 

15.00 

25.00 

50.00 

250.00 

25.00 

50.00 

25.00 

15.00 

1000.00 

15.00 

100.00 

25.00 

25.00 

15.00 

15.00 

200.00 

100.00 

15.00 

2.00 

50.00 

471.10 

125.00 


$ 80.05 
73.00 


$ 


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427 00 


Conway 








Enfield 


4.66 
42.10 
17.00 
65.00 
32.00 

5.00 
14.00 
16.30 
26.00 

6.00 
21.50 
52.00 




11.00 


Farmville 










33.00 


Halifax 




185 00 


Kenly 










45.00 








Nashville 






Northampton 




974 00 






9.00 


Roanoke Rapids . 




78 50 








Rocky Mount— First 




25.00 


South Rocky Mount 


8.00 
25.75 
23.00 
30.00 
55.10 
42.60 
57.00 
199.10 
409.66 




7 00 


Rockv Mount Circuit 






Rosemary 




177 00 














Stantonsburg- 












Weldon 




272 00 


Wilson— First 






Totals , 


$ 3153.10 


$ 1304.16 





$ 2339.50 



Journal of Proceedings 



135 



STATISTICAL TABLE NO. 4— (Continued) 
WILMINGTON DISTRICT 



CHARGES 












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1$ 400.0013 
.1 100.00 
.1 100.00 
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.1 264.84 
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.1 100.00 
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.1 200.00 
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64.00 
35.00 
81.00 
14.50 

127.00 
62.70 
68.60 
10.00 
27.50 
20.00 

101.50 
41.35 
51.00 
8.00 
34.00 
27.16 
37.00 
47.00 
10.05 
44.00 
24.65 
6.00 




36.00 






65.00 






59.00 






185.50 






137.84 






57.30 






31.40 






90.00 






172.50 






380.00 












98.65 












12.00 






66.00 


Southport 




172.84 




83.00 


Tabor . ... 




53.00 






14.95 


Whiteville 





156.00 


Wilmington — Epwortla-Wesley 

Fifth Avenue 




75.35 




114.00 



Totals 1$ 

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3349.841$ 942.011 |$ 



RECAPITULATION 



Durham 

Elizabeth City 

Fayetteville 


1$ 1970.001$ 

1 3506.331 

1 5722 101 


820.751$ 
642.97] 
704.721. . . 


1.00 
27.00 


? 


1307.66 
2934.74 
5017.38 


New Bern 

Raleigh 


1 1798.00 

1 5785.32 

1 3153.10 

1 3349.84 




1879.53 
856.68 

1304.16 
942.01 


28.50 


564.67 
5085.52 


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2339.50 


Wilmington 




2460.33 



25284.691$ 7150.82|$ 



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DELEGATES OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 
TO THE 1938 SESSION OF THE GENERAL CONFERENCE 



Clerical 
E. C. Few Raleigh, N. C. 

E. L. Hillman New Bern, N. C. 

J. M. Ormond Durham, N. C. 

T. McM. Grant ' Greenville, N. C. 

B. B. Slaughter Elizabeth City, N. C. 

W. L. Clegg Bethel, N. C. 

J. H. Barnhardt Raleigh, N. C. 

A. J. Hobhs Wilson, N. C. 

H. C. Smith Durham, N. C. 

Alternates 

H. B. Porter Durham, N. C. 

M. T. Plyler Durham, N. C. 

J. M. Cuibreth Rocky Mount, N. C. 

F. S. Love Wilmington, N. C. 

F, S. Hickman Durham, N. C. 

Lay 

W. P. Few Durham, N. C. 

W. L. Knight Weldon, N. C. 

John F. Bruton Wilson, N. C. 

W. K. Greene Durham, N. C. 

Cale K. Burgess Raleigh, N. C. 

J. L. Becton Wilmington, N. C. 

W. C. Chadwick New Bern, N. C. 

Gurney P. Hood Raleigh, N. C. 

Coolidge G. Morris Washington, N. C. 

Alternates 
J. Paul Frizzelle Snow Hill, N. C. 

C. A. Dillon Raleigh, N. C. 

Miss Sallie Lou McKinnon Nashville, Tenn. 

C. G. Cobb Goldsboro, N. C. 

A. M. Noble Smithfield, N. C. 



154 


North 


Carolina A 


NNUAL Conference 






Sessions of 

The North Carolina Conference 


the North Carolina ( 


!!onference 

May, 1836. and in 1850. and agalr 


was set off from the Virginia Conference in 


In 1870, North Carolina territory In the South Carolina Conference was Uansferred to this Conference. 


In 189( 


North Carolina territory in the Holston Conference and in the Virginia Conference, except that beyond the 


Chowac 


River, was transferred to the North Carolina Conference, and the Conference was divided into the North 


Caroline 


and Western North Carolina Conferences. In 1894 the remaining North Carolina territory in the Virginia Con- 


ference was transferred to the North Carolina Conference. 






Where Held 




President 


Secretary 


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Greensboro 
Salisbury . . 
New Bern . 
Mocksvllle 
Ualeigli . . . 

Loulsburg . 
Halifax . . . 
Plttsboro . . 
Wasliington 
New Bern 

Greensboro 
Danville, Va. 
Oxford . . . 
Warrenton 
Salisbury 

Loulsburg . 
Italelgh . . . 
Pittsboro . 
Wilmington 
Greensboro 

Goldsboro . 
New Bern . 
Beaufort . . 
Salisbury . 
Loulsburg 

Raleigh ... 
Greensboro 
Mocksvllle 
Raleigh ... 
Fayettevllle 

Wilmington 
StatesvlUe .. 
New Bern .. 
Greensboro 
Charlotte ... 

Fayettevllle 
Goldsboro . . 
Raleigh . . . . 
Wilmington 
Greensboro 

Salisbury 
Charlotte ... 

Wilson 

Winston . . . 
Durham . . . 



.Ian. 1838 

Jan. 1839 

Jan. 1840 

Dec. 1840 

Oct. 184] 

Oct. 1842 

Oct. 1843 

Dec. 1844 

Nov. 1845 

Dec. 1846 

Dec. 1847 

Nov. 1848 
Nov. 1849 
Nov. 1850 
Nov. 1851 

Nov. 1852 
Nov. 1853 
Nov. 1854 
Nov. 1855 
Nov. 1856 



1864 
1865 
1866 

1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 

1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 

1877 
1878 
1879 



T. A. Morris . 
J. O. Andrew 
T. A. Morris 
T. A. Morris , 
Rev. M. Brock 

B. Waugh ... 
T. A. Morris .. 

J. Soule 

J. O. Andrew 
VVm. Capers . . 

J. O. Andrew . , 
Wm. Capers . . . 
J. O. Andrew , 

R. Paine 

J. O. Andrew . . 



Wm. Capers . 
U. Paine . . . 
G. F. Pierce . 
J. O. Andrew 
Jolin Early . . 



G. F. Pierce .... 
H. H. Kavanaugh 

John Early 

R. Paine 

J. O. Andrew . . 



John Early 

G. F. Pierce 

D. B. Nicholson. 

John Early 

G. F. Pierce 

D. S. Doggett ... 
W. M. Wlghtman. 

D. S. Doggett ... 

G. P. Pierce 

R. Paine 

R. Paine 

J. C. Keener 

E. M. Marvin ... 
H. N. McTyeire . 
H. H. Kavanaugh. 

D. S. Doggett ... 

G. F. Pierce 

W. M. Wlghtman. 

J. C. Keener 

O. F. Pierce 



G. Leigh 

H. G. Leigh . 

H. G. Leigh . 

S. S. Bryant 

S. S. Bryant 

S. S. Bryant 

S. S. Bryant 

S. S. Bryant 

S. S. Bryant 

S. S. Bryant 

S. S. Bryant 

C. F. Deems 

C. F. Deems 



Deems 
Wyche 

Wyclie 
Wyche 
Wy.he 
Wyche 
Wyche 



VV. E. Pell 

W. E. Pell 

W. E. Pell 

W. E. Pell 

W. E. Pell 

J. W. Lewis 
J. W. Lewis 
W. Lewis 
J. W. Lewis 
B. Craven . . 

B. Craven . . 

B. Craven 

B. Craven . . 

B. Craven . . 

B. Craven . . 

B. Craven . . 

Craven . . 

B. Craven . . 

6. Craven . . 

Craven . . 

B. Craven . . 

B. Craven . . 

Craven . . 

B. Craven . . 

Craven . . 



15,062 
15,719 

16.099 
16,378 

17,698 
19,189 
19.639 
20,493 
20,263 

20,347 

21,258 
21,110 
26.09? 

27,859 
29,127 
30,407 
29,461 
29,473 

29,451 
27,997 
28,556 
29,011 
28,602 

28,033 
28,263 
27,198 
28,168 
30,540 

31,610 
32,693 
33,310 
46,256 
47,077 

48,452 
49,137 
49,926 
53.671 

56,052 

58,624 
61,854 
65,303 
67,205 
68,156 



3,666 
4,315 



4,480 
4,737 

5,163 
6,236 
6,390 
6,783 
6,81) 

6,715 

6,518 
6,479 
10,019 

10,779 
11,779 
12,041 
10,187 
11,812 

11,500 
11,770 
11,798 
12,043 
11.593 

11,717 
11.828 
9,299 
7,087 
5,047 

3,179 
1.339 
1.196 
1,205 
651 

562 
465 
339 
421 
355 

433 
445 
314 
220 
217 



Journal of Proceedings 



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70,375 


215 


72.495 


158 


75,128 


182 



Goldsboro 

Wilmington 

Durliani 

Elizabetli City . 
Kinstoii 



Dec. 1882 J. C. Keener ... 

Dec. 1883 J. C. Keener ... 

Dec. 1884 L. Parker 

Dec. 1885 J. C. Keener 

Dec. 1886 .1. C. Granbery.. 

Dec. 1887 J. S. Key 

Nov. 1888 J. C. Granbery.. 

Nov. 1889 R. K. Hargrove . 

Dec. 1890 J. C. Keener ... 

Nov. 1891 C. B. Galloway.. 

Dec. 1892 W. W. Duncan. 

Dec. 1893 W. W. Duncan. 

Dec. 1894 A. W. Wilson .. 

Dec. 1895 A. W. WlUon.. 

Dec. 1896 A. W. Wilson.. 



Dec. J 897 

Nov. 1898 

Dec. 1899 

Dec. 1900 

Dec 1901 

Dec. 1902 

Nov. 1903 

Nov. 1904 

Nov 1905 

Dec. 1908 



R. K. Hargrove . 

O. P. Fitzgerald. 

E. R. Hendrtz .. 

H. C. Morrison.. 

R. K. Hargrove. . 



A. C. Smltb 

W. A. Candler.. 

W. A. Candler.. 

A. W. Wilson .. 

A. W. Wilson .. 



W. A. Candler.. 
U.V.W.Darllngton 
U.V.W.Darllngton 
U.V.W.Darllngton 
U.V.W.Darllngton 

Collins Denny . . 

Collins Denny . . 

Collins Denny . . 

Collins Denny . . 



Dec. 1917 

Dec. 1918 

Nov. 1919 

Nov. 1920 

Nov. 1921 

Nov. 1922 
Nov. 1923 
Nov. 1924 
Nov. 1925 
Nov. 1926 

Nov. 1927 I 
OcL 1928 I 
Oct. 1929 ; 
Nov. 1930 : 
Nov. 1931 I 

Nov. 1932 I 
Nov. 1933 
Nov. 1934 
Nov. 1935 I 
Nov. 1936 



Nov. 1937 Paul B. Kern 



A. W. Mangum 

D. W. Bain ... 

D. W. Bain ... 

D. W. Bain 77,721 

D. W. Bain 83,102 

D. W. Bain 86.510 

D. W. Bain 89,084 

D. W. Bain 92.242 

D. W. Bain 52.895 

D. W. Bain i 55,734 



Dec. 1907 C. B. Galloway.. 

Dec. 1908 A. W. Wilson .. 

Nov. 1909 A. W. Wilson .. 

Nov. 1910 E. R. Hendrlx.. 

Nov. 191J E. E. Hoss 

Nov. 1912 Collins Denny ... 

Dec. 1913 J. H. McCoy ... 

Nov. 1914 R. G. Waterhouse 

Dec. 1915 J. C. Kllgo 

Dec. 1916 J. C. Kllgo .... 



W. L. Cunlngglm. 

W. L. Cuninggim. 

W. L. Cunlngglm.. 

W. L. Cunlngglm. 

VV. L. Cunlngglm. 

W. L. Cunlngglm . 

W. L. Cunlngglm . 

W. L. Cunlngglm . 

W. I.. Cuninggim . 

VV. L. Cuninggim. 

W. L. Cuninggim. 

W. L. Cunlngglm . 

W. L. Cuninggim . 

W. L. Cunlngglm . 

VV. L. Cunlngglm . 

W. L. Cuninggim. 

W. L. Cunlngglm . 

VV. L. Cuninggim. 

W. L. Cuninggim. 

B. Willis 



R. H. Willis 

R. H. Willis 

R. H. Willis 

R. H. Willis 

n. H. WUUs 



It. H. Willis 

R. H. Willis 

R. H. Willis 

R. H. Willis 

R. H. Willis 



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D. 


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E. 


D. 


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E. 


D. 


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E. 


D. 


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E. 


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D. 


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D. 


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Paul I 


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Paul B 


Kern 


Paul B. 


Kern 



R. H. Willis ... 

R. H. Willis ... 

R. H. Willis ... 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 
T. McM. Grant 
T. McM. Grant 
T. McM. Grant . 
T. McM. Grant . 

T. McM. Grant . 



57,543 
57.908 
63,095 
63.298 
64.879 

65,325 
65,728 
65,364 
65,226 
66,059 

66,776 
67,541 
68,810 
71.288 
73,108 



74,548 
76.573 
78.187 
80,109 

82,213 
84,245 
85,224 
89,704 
93,025 

94.611 
94.969 
96,869 
100,887 
102,804 

105.379 
107,497 
112,329 
113,056 
114.354 

115.668 
115,531 
115.406 
117,171 

116,789 

119.019 
120,993 
122,798 
124,893 
126,678 

127,355 



631 
618 
610 
630 

664 
649 



756 
734 
729 
748 
741 

730 
729 
725 
719 
716 



Index 

Page 

Absentees 20 

Aldersgate Address 19 

Aldersgate Committee 6 

Appendix 46 

Appointments +0 

Boards and Committees 3 

Changes in Boundaries 36 

Classes, the Four Classes of Undergraduates 6 

Conference Claimants 

List of (See Report, Board of Finance) 5 8 

Conference Directory 13 

Condensed Minutes 3 7 

General Conference 

Election of Delegates (See Journal of Proceedings) 

List of Delegates 15 3 

Journal of Proceedings 1 18 

Lay Delegates 12 

Local Preachers 

In Districts 17 

Supplying Work 17 

Memoirs 

J. J. Barker 83 

A. D. Wilcox 84 

T. H. Sutton 86 

S. A. Nettles 87 

W. R. Hardesty 89 

Rufus Bradley 90 

W. G. Pilcher 91 

D. N. Caviness 92 

A. W. Price 93 

Mrs. J. H. Frizzelle 95 

Mrs. J. A. Hornaday 95 

Mrs. J. B. Hurley 96 

Mrs. W. H. Moore 97 

Mrs. Daniel Reid 98 

Mrs. J. M. Rhodes 99 

Memorial Service '. 22 

Minute Questions 

(See Journal of Proceedings and Condensed Minutes) 

Money — to Whom Vou Should Send it 2 

Officers of Conference 2 

Ordination Service for Deacons and Elders 33 



Page 

Place of Meeting for Next Session of N. C. Conference 32 

Preacliers on Trial 11 

Reports 

Bible Society Board 66 

Board of Christian Education, 1, 2 and 3 48 

Board of Christian Literature 60 

Board of Church Extension 5 + 

Board of Finance 57 

Board of Lay Activities, 1 and 2 61 

Board of Missions, 1 and 2 46 

Budget Commission 64 

Committee on Aldersgate Commemoration 74 

Committee on Conference Relations 66 

Committee on District Conference Records 67 

Committee on Memorials to the General Conference, 1 and 2 76 

Coinmittee on Orphanage 62 

Committee on Rearrangement of Charges •. . . 75 

Conference Trustees 67 

Duke Fund Commission 71 

Commission on Methodist Co-operation 68 

Joint Commission on Wesley Foundation 71 

Managers Pastors' School 70 

Treasurer's Report 81 

Resolutions 

Concerning Louisburg College 78 

Concerning Situation in China 80 

On Peace 79 

Proposed Amendment to National Constitution 80 

Relating to Temperance 78 

Special Superannuate Fund 76 

Thanks 80 

Roll 

Alphabetical 13 

Chronological 7 

Secretary's Expense Account 82 

Sessions of N. C. Conference 154 

Statistical Tables 

Table 1 108 

Table 2 116 

Table 3 124 

Table 4 132 

Table 5 136 

Substitutions on Boards and Committees IS 

Substitutions in List of Delegates 21 

Telegram from 'Honorable Josephus Daniels 80 

Unification, Vote on 22 



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