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1971 ANNUAL OF 

MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



NORTH CAROLINA 



SIXTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE 

MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 
1971 

HELD WITH 

CO WEE BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Night Session) 

LONGVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Day Session) 

SEPTEMBER 9-10, 1971 

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The Next Annual Night Session of the Association 
will be held with the Higdonville Baptist Church and 
the Day Session with the Burningtown Baptist Church 
on September 7-8, 1972. 



Moderator Dr. W. Thomas Lane 

Clerk Mrs. Ruth B. Hess 



CONTENTS 



ASSOCIATIONS DIRECTORY 3-4 

BY-LAWS 6 - 9 

CONSTITUTION- 5 - 6 

PROCEEDINGS 11 - 26 

PROGRAM 9-10 

STANDING COMMITTEES 4 

REPORTS: 

Annuity Board 20 

Associational Missionary' s r 11 - 12 

Baptist Foundation 18 

Baptist Hospital 19 

Biblical Recorder 14 

Budget 16 

Children's Home 20 

Cooperative Program 18 

Evangelism 17 - 18 

Higher Education 21 -22 

Historical 25-26 

Home for the Aging 19 

In Appreciation 24 - 25 

In Memoriam --. 23 - 24 

Missions Committee 17 

Missions - Home, Foreign and State 12 - 13 

Ordination 21 

Place and Preacher 21 

Seminary Extension 22 

Sunday School 23 

Training Union (Church) 23 

Treasurer's 15 - 16 

Vacation Bible School 22 

Woman's Missionary Union 14 

TABLES: 

Historical 37 - 38 

Statistical J 28 - 36 






ASSOCIATIONS. DIRECTORY 



Moderator Rev. Earl Dendy 

Vice-Moderator Rev. Judson Duvall 

Clerk Mrs. Ruth B. Hess 

Treasurer Mrs. Betty Penland 

Historian Miss Mae McCoy 

Chairman of the Executive Promotion Committee -- Moderator 

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 

Sunday School Director Mr. Verlin Curtis 

Associate Director Mrs. Charles Cabe 

Secretary Mrs. Glen Farmer 

Pianist Mrs. Clyde Kinsland 

Chorister Mr. Jack Powell 

Supt. of Training 

Supt. of Evangelism Rev. Paul Morgan 

Supt. of Extension Rev. Jim Crayton 

Supt. of Vacation Bible School Mrs. Jack Powell 

DEPARTMENT LEADERS 

Adults --18 and up Rev. Jack King 

Young People -- 12 - 17 Mrs. Clyde Drake 

Children -- 6 - 11 Mrs. Charles Pickens 

Pre-School -- birth - 5 Mrs. Grady Corbin 

CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 

Director Mr. John Rogers 

Associate Director Mr. Roy Lowe 

Secretary Mrs. Grady Corbin 

Pianist Miss Sharon Johnson 

Chorister Mr. John Johnson 

Pastor Advisor Rev. Cecil Frady 

Adults -- 1 8 and up Mr. Grady Nicholson 

Young Division -- 12 - 17 Miss Karen Cook 

Children's Division -- 6 - 11 Mr. Jim Williamson 

Pre-School Division -- birth - 5 Mrs. Gene Collett 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

Director Mrs. Minnie Berry* 

Associate Director Mrs. Mamie Raby* 

Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. Dean Johnson* 

Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Mary Justice 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Louie Cochran 

Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Larry Cabe 

Acteen Director Mrs. Edd Brogden 

Girls In Action Director Mrs. Linda McKay 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Jack Dillard 

Social Chairman Mrs. Elizabeth Mason 

*In Appreciation 



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BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 



Director 

Associate Director 
Young Men's Leader 
Adult Men's Leader 

R. A. Leader 

Secretary 



Mr. 
Mr. 



Gene Collett 
Fred Stiles 



Mr. Gardner Holden 



STANDING COMMITTEES 



NOMINATING COMMITTEE: 
Rev. C.C. Welch, Chmn. 
Rev. Ernie Sanders 
Rev. Judson Hall 
Mr. Arvel Parker 
Mr. Bill Higdon 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE 1 : 
Mr. J. C. Jacobs 
Mr. Zeb Hall 
Rev. Bill Rice 
Rev. Bill Shields 
Mr. Bob Bishop 
Rev. Earl Dendy 
Rev. Harry Garner 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: 
Rev. Jess Cunningham 
Rev. Bill Shields 
Rev. Alton Dendy 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION: 
Rev. C. C. Welch 
Rev. Andy Cloer 
Rev. Wiley Gibson 
Mr. Cliff Cook 
Mr. Marshall Fouts 

RESOLUTIONS: 

Mrs . Cliff Cook 
Mrs. Clyde Kin si and 



SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: 
Rev. M. I. Brock 
Mrs. Hyldah Shepherd 
Rev. Gene Hawkins 

TRUSTEES: 

Mr. Merritt Fouts 
Mr. Stanley Penland 
Mr. Roy Rickman 

MUSIC COMMITTEE: 
Mr. John Johnson 

PROGRAM & PLACE COMMITTEE: 
Moderator, Vice-Moderator 
Field Worker 
Two Laymen 

CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES: 

Moderator, Vice-Moderator 
Field Worker 
Sunday School Director 
Church Training Director 
WMU Director 
Brotherhood Director 

TRUTETT CAMP COMMITTEE: 
Rev. Jim Crayton 
Rev. Judson Hall 



COMMITTEE ON DENOMINATIONAL AGENCIES: 

Children's Home Mr. Roy Rickman 

Baptist Hospital Mr. Bruce Bryant 

Homes For Aging Mr. John Roper 

Christian Education Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

Biblical Recorder Mr. Edd Brogden 

Cooperative Program Mr. Swann Elliott 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

Home Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

State Missions Mrs. Paul Am m on s 

Minister's Retirement Rev. Judson Hall 

COMMITTEE ON PASTORLESS CHURCHES: 
Missions Committee 



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CONSTITUTION 

As Amended from Time to Time 

ARTICLE I - Name 

This Association shall be known as the Macon Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II - Object 

The object of this Association shall be: 

1. To cultivate a friendly union among the churches for their mutual 
benefit. 

2. To cooperate with the Baptist State Convention and Southern Baptist 
Convention in the promotion of the causes of Associational Missions, State 
Missions, Home Missions, Foreign Missions, and such other objects as these 
conventions may foster. 

ARTICLE III - Membership 

Section 1. This Association shall be composed of regularly constituted 
Baptist Churches in Macon County who shall be represented at its regular or 
special meetings by duly elected messengers. 

Section 2. This Association shall have the right to determine what churches 
shall be admitted to its union, and to withdraw fellowship from any, for not 
complying with its rules or with the Articles of its Constitution and By-Laws, 
or for violating orthodox principles as set forth and believed by Southern 
Baptists. 

Section 3. Any church desiring membership in the Association will 
present its request at any regular annual meeting. The request will be re- 
ferred to a Credential Committee appointed by the Association, which com- 
mittee, will examine the church's articles of faith, covenant, form of organi- 
zation and such other matters as deemed necessary. Upon favorable report 
of the committee at the next annual meeting of the Association, the church 
may be received into fellowship by a two-thirds majority vote of the messen- 
gers present. 

Section 4. It shall be a duty of each church to furnish the Association each 
year a letter, on a form provided by the clerk, giving full information and 
statistics provided for on the form; and to send with the letter or by a mes- 
senger a contribution toward the cost of printing the minutes of the Association. 
This letter and accompanying money to cover cost of minutes requested shall 
be in the clerk's hands thirty (30) days prior to annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IV - Meetings 

Section 1. The Association shall meet annually on Thursday evening and 
Friday following the first Sunday in September. The associational year shall 
begin July 1, and end June 30. 

Section 2. The business of the Association shall be transacted by the 
pastors of the several churches, and two messengers from each church, to- 
gether with one additional messenger for every fifty members or fraction 
thereof above the first fifty, with no church having more than fifteen messen- 
gers. 

Section 3. This Association shall be governed in its meetings by such 
rules as may be adopted, amended or set aside by a majority vote of the 
messengers present. "Roberts' Rules of Order" will be the guide in all 
parliamentary matters. 



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ARTICLE V - Officers and Committees 

Section 1. The officers of this Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Historian, and three trustees. 

Section 2. The standing Committees of this Association shall be the 
Executive Committee, the Missions Committee, the Nominating Committee, 
Credential and Ordination Committee, Evangelism Committee, Program and 
Place Committee, and such other committees as the body may direct. The 
Moderator and Associational Missionary shall be Ex-Officio members of all 
standing Committees. 

ARTICLE VI - Associational Missionary 

Section 1. The Association shall employ an Associational Missionary 
-whose duties are described as follows: 

(a) Work with and under the general supervision of the Missions Com- 
mittee of the Association in maintaining and directing the Associational Pro- 
gram of Missions. 

(b) Give guidance, counsel, and assistance whenever possible, and/or 
as needed to associational officers, organizations, and committees. 

(c) Share and distribute information concerning plans and activities of 
the N. C. Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention as they re- 
late to the work and program of the churches. 

(d) Make himself available to each church and pastor, as his schedule 
permits, for any service he might render, such as preaching, teaching and 
counseling. 

(e) Administer or execute any other activities that the Association shall 
direct. 

Section 2. The Associational Missionary shall be called for an indefinite 
term to serve until the relationship is disolved at the request of eigher the 
Missionary or the Association. In either case, at least sixty days notice 
shall be given of termination of the relationship, unless otherwise mututally 
agreed, with both the Missionary and the Association seeking to follow the 
will of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit. 

Section 3. The missionary shall be provided with such salary and ex- 
penses as the Missions Committee shall recommend with the approval of the 
Association. 

ARTICLE VII - Amendments 

This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended at any regular annual 
meeting by a two-thirds majority vote of the messengers present, provided 
the proposed amendment shall have been presented in written form on the 
first day of the annual meeting. The vote on any proposed amendment so 
presented may be deferred until the second day if requested by a majority 
vote of the messengers present. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I - Election of Officers 

All general officers of this Association shall be elected at each annual 
meeting upon the recommendation of the Nominating Committee. The terms 
of office to begin at the conclusion of the annual meeting and to continue until 
the close of the next annual meeting. Any vacancies occurring in the interim 
shall be filled by the Executive Committee. 



ARTICLE II - Duties of Officers 

Section 1. THE MODERATOR: The Moderator shall preside over the 
meetings of the Association and discharge such duties as are incumbent on the 
presiding officers of a deliberative body and shall also serve as chairman of 
the Executive Committee. He shall serve not more than two years consecu- 
tively. He shall appoint during the first session committees to report at the 
Annual Associational Meeting. These committees are: Resolutions and any 
other committees. 

Section 2. THE VICE-MODERATOR: The Vice-Moderator shall perform 
the duties of the Moderator in the absence of or at the request of the Modera- 
tor. 

Section 3. THE CLERK: The Clerk shall record and preserve the pro- 
ceedings of the Association and have the same printed and distributed subject 
to the approval of the Moderator and Treasurer. 

Section 4. THE TREASURER: The Treasurer shall preserve all monies 
paid into the body and pay the same upon the instruction of the Association, or 
Missions Committee. He shall make a quarterly report to the Executive Com- 
mittee and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 5. THE HISTORIAN: The Historian shall record and keep a 
record of such items as would be of interest to a future historian, in a book 
kept for that purpose. He shall keep a file of the Associational minutes. 

Section 6. THE TRUSTEES: The Trustees shall be three in number and 
shall hold title to all properties owned by the Association. No conveyance or 
deed-of-trust shall be executed affecting the title of said property except upon 
the instructions of the annual meeting of the Association or the Executive 
Committee. The Trustees shall serve terms of three years with one-third 
elected each year. 

ARTICLE III - The Executive Committee 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers 
of the Association, the pastors of the churches of the Association, and one lay 
member from each church. 

Section 2. The lay members shall be elected by the Church and reported 
to the Association on the Annual Associational Letter. The officers of the 
Association, heads of Associational Organizations and pastors are automatic- 
ally on the committee by virtue of the places of leadership they hold in the 
Association. 

Section 3. Duties of the Executive Committee: 

(a) To meet quarterly and upon call of the chairman. 

(b) To act for and on behalf of the Association between sessions. 

(c) To fill vacancies which may occur during the year in the person- 
nel of the Associational Officers or workers for the remainder of such unex- 
pired terms. 

(d) To make such recommendations as it may deem wise for the 
strengthening and upbuilding of the churches and the work of the Association. 

ARTICLE IV - The Missions Committee 

Section 1. The Missions Committee shall be composed of four pastors 
and three laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. The pastors shall 
be elected for a term of two years with one-half the number being elected 
each year. The laymen shall be elected for a term of three years with one- 
third of the number being elected each year. The committee shall elect its 
chairman and secretary each year. 

Section 2. Duties of the Missions Committee: To lead in our Associational 
Missions Program through: 

(a) General supervision and guidance of the Associational Mission 
Program. 

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(b) Seeking out an Associational Missionary, making nominations in 
event of vacancy. 

(c) Planning a Program of Activities with the Associational Mission- 
ary. 

(d) The Recommendation of an Associational Budget to the Executive 
Committee meeting just prior to the annual meeting of the Association. 

(e) The supervision of the expenditure of the budget. 

(f) The enlistment of the churches in the active financial support of 
the Associational Mission program. 

ARTICLE V - The Credential and Ordination Committee 

Section 1. The Credential and Ordination Committee shall be composed 
of three pastors and two laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. 
The first named shall be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Credential and Ordination Committee: 

(a) Examine applications churches seeking admission into Association. 

(b) Make necessary recommendations to the Association. 

(c) Encourage all churches to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in 
ordaining men to the Gospel Ministry. 

(d) Upon the invitation of the church conducting the ordination, rep- 
resent the Association on the examining council. 

ARTICLE VI - The Nominating Committee 

Section 1. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of three pastors 
and two laymen to be appointed by the Moderator during the first session of 
each annual Associational Meeting. The first named shall be chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Nominating Committee: 

(a) To nominate the general officers of the Association. 

(b) To nominate the Associational Sunday School Superintendent. 

(c) To nominate the Associational Training Union Director. 

(d) To nominate the Orphanage, Hospital, Biblical Recorder, and 
Baptist Home for the aging representatives. 

(e) To nominate Associational Brotherhood president. 

(f) To nominate Associational Music Director. 

(g) To nominate the standing committees that are to function during 
the year between the sessions of the Association. 

(h) To fill vacancies occuring in any of the standing committees during 
the year. 

Section 3. All other officers are to be recommended by the heads of the 
organizations and departments to the Nominating Committee. 

ARTICLE VII - Committee on Evangelism 

Section 1. The Committee on Evangelism shall be composed of three 
members nominated by the Nominating Committee. The first named shall be 
the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Committee on Evangelism: 

(a) Study and keep the Association and trend of Baptism within the 
Association. 

(b) Plan and promote such meetings as will keep the cause of Evan- 
gelism before the Association. 

ARTICLE VIII - Program and Place Committee 

Section 1. This committee shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Associational Missionary and two laymen. 

Section 2. Duties: 

(a) This committee shall plan the program of the annual meeting as to 
time, place, and preacher and all necessary events. 

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(b) This program shall be presented to the Executive Committee at its 
last regular meeting before the Association. 

ARTICLE DC - Reports 

All reports to the Annual Associational Meeting are to be in the Associ- 
ational Missionary's office thirty (30) days prior to the Associational Meeting 



PROGRAM 



THEME': "Living The Spirit of Christ Creatively" 

NIGHT SESSION WITH COWEE BAPTIST CHURCH 
September 9, 1971 - 7:30 P.M. 

7:30 Call to Order Moderator 

Chorus: "Fall Fresh On Me" Mr. John Johnson 

Hymn: "Come Thou Almighty King" Mr. John Johnson 

7:35 Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. J. W. Myers 

Recognition of Pastors and Visitors Moderator 

Enrollment and Statistical Report Mrs. Ruth B. Hess 

Report of Committee on Order of Business - Moderator 

7:50 "Living the Spirit of Christ Creatively Through Missions" 

Associational Missions Rev. Cecil Frady 

Home Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

State Missions Mrs. Paul Am m on s 

8:10 "Living The Spirit of Christ Creatively through Baptist Literature" 

Biblical Recorder Report Mrs. Edd Brogden 

Speaker: 

8:25 Woman's Missionary Union Report Mrs. Minnie Berry 

8:35 Hymn: "Breathe On Me" Mr. John Johnson 

Business 

Executive Promotion Committee Report - Moderator 

Treasurer's Report Mrs. Betty Penland 

Finance Committee Report Rev. Earl Dendy 

Missions Committee Report Rev. Earl Dendy 

Miscellaneous Business 

8:50 Hymn: "Seal Us, O Holy Spirit" Mr. John Johnson 

Annual Sermon and Benediction Rev. C. C. Welch 

DAY SESSION WITH LONGVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH 

Morning Session - September 10, 1971 - 9:30 A. M. 

THEME: "Living the Spirit of Christ Creatively through Ministry" 

9:30 Hymn: "Who Is On The Lord's Side?" - Mr. John Johnson 

Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. Cecil Frady 

9:40 Report on Evangelism Rev. Jess Cunningham 

9:50 Cooperative Program Report Mr. Swann Elliott 

Speaker: 

10:05 Baptist Foundation Report Mr. Gordon Maddrey 

10:15 Appointment of Nominating Committee - Moderator 

Hymn: "Lead On, Oh King Eternal" -- Mr. John Johnson 



10:20 Special Speakers: Mr. 

Rev. 
Ministering through Social Service 

Home For The Aging Report Mr. 

Speakers : 

Baptist Hospital Report Mr. 

Speaker: Dr. 

Children's Home Report Mr. 

Speaker: Mr. 

11:05 Report on Minister's Retirement Rev, 

Speaker: 

11:20 Hymn: "In The Old-Time Way" Mr. 

11:25 Doctrinal Message Rev 

12:00 Fellowship and Lunch 

Grace for the Meal Rev. 



Mike Jamison 
Luther Osmond 

John Roper 

Bruce Bryant 
W. K. McGee 
Roy Rickman 
Hugh Starnes 
Cecil Frady 

John Johnson 
Ernie Sanders 

Andy Cloer 



AFTERNOON SESSION - SEPTEMBER 10, 1971 - 1:00 P. M. 

1:00 Chorus: "Fall Fresh On Me" 

Hymn: "Break Thou the Bread of Life" - Mr. John Johnson 

Scripture and Prayer Rev. Alton Dendy 

1:10 Report of Associational Committees Rev. Earl Dendy 

Report of Nominating Committee Moderator 

Place and Preacher Committee Moderator 

1 :25 "Living the Spirit of Christ Creatively through Education" 

Christian Education Report Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

Speaker: 

Fruitland Rev. Cecil Frady 

Seminary Extension Report Mrs. Hyldah Shepherd 

Truett Camp Report Rev. J. W. Myers 

2:00 "Living the Spirit of Christ Creatively through Associational Programs" 

Vacation Bible School Mrs. Mary Powell 

Brotherhood Report Mr. Gene Collett 

Church Training Report Mr. Don Ledford 

Sunday School Report Mr. Verlin Curtis 

Music Report Mr. John Johnson 

County Wide Deacons Report 

2:20 Honoring the Deceased Rev. J. W. Myers 

Rev. Alton Dendy 

2:30 Resolutions Committee Report Mrs. Jeter Higdon 

2:35 Historian Report Miss Mae McCoy 

2:45 Hymn: "Amazing Grace" 

2:50 Inspirational Message Rev. Jess Cunningham 

Installation of Officers for 1971-1972 -- Rev. C. C. Welch 

Benediction Rev. Earl Dendy 



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PROCEEDINGS 

and 

REPORTS 

of the 
SIXTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL SESSION 

of the 
MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

THEME: "Living the Spirit of Christ Creatively" 

The Macon Baptist Association met is its Sixty-Eighth Annual Session 
with Cowee Baptist Church on Thursday Evening, September 9, 1971 

THURSDAY EVENING - SEPTEMBER 9, 1971 
COWEE BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. The Association was called to order by Dr. W. Thomas Lane, Moderator 
at 7:30 p.m. Mr. John Johnson, Associational Music Director, led in singing, 
"Fall Fresh On Me" and "Come Thou Almighty King" with Mrs. Carl Neal 

at the organ and Miss Linda Frady at the piano. 

2. Rev. J. W. Myers, host pastor, extended a warm welcome to the 
sixty-eighth session at Cowee Baptist Church. His scripture was Romans 
10:1-13 followed by prayer. 

3. Pastors and visitors were recognized at this time and a warm welcome 
extended to them by the Moderator. The count was 15 pastors and one visitor. 

4. The report on enrollment and statistics was submitted by the clerk. 
The clerk received 42 letters representing 133 messengers. A roll call was 
made of the churches. 

The clerk moved that the appointed messengers present and the duly elect- 
ed messengers arriving later in the meeting, constitute the governing body of 
this associational meeting, also the adoption of the statistical summary. 
Motion passed. Report adopted. 

5. It was moved and seconded that the printed program, with necessary 
modifications be adopted. Motion carried. 

6. Rev. Cecil Frady, Associational Field Worker, presented the report 
on Associational Missions with an emphasis on "unity, love and cooperation" 

in doing our Lord's work together this new year. Rev. Frady moved the adop- 
tion of this report. Motion carried and adopted. 

ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS REPORT 

There have been many accomplishments in the past year in our Macon 
Baptist Association. We still need to reach out more in coming associational 
years . 

Many churches have improved their buildings, grounds, brought new pews 
and re -modeled their buildings and some added new buildings. We thank God 
for all these improvements. 

However, the greatest need we have in this Association is what God de- 
mands of us: Give ourselves totally to Him and take up our cross and follow 
Him, and seek His will first and all things will be added unto us. Unity, Love, 
and cooperation is a great need among our people in this association. The 
Bible says the greatest is love; then we can serve homeless children, sick, 
preach and teach. 

We of Macon Baptist should set a great example for our Lord's work. 
Will you join in this great task when you are called on to serve. Will your 
answer be yes, or will you say I don't have time? The time is coming when no 
man can work, then all that will count is what we have done for our Lord and 
Master Jesus Christ. 

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Churches lets not forget our special offerings and prayer for all phases 
of our Southern Baptist work, State and Associational work. I trust in the 
coming year we can begin a great work for our Savior that will spread through 
the county, state, nation and world. Through giving to the Cooperative Program 
helps to relieve hunger, and relieves suffering of both body and soul. We have 
our Children's Home, Home for Aging, Hospital, Colleges, and all our mission 
offerings. I trust we can increase all these offerings in 1972. Our little gift 
might not be much but when compiled with all other Southern Baptist churches 
it can become great. 

The New Macon Baptist Home and Office is almost completed. After 
getting set up we feel it will be much better having it all under one roof. We 
are grateful for all who have had a part in this project and their prayers and 
interest. We really need to pray for our pastors, leaders and all who are 
trying to carry on and build the work for our Lord in these times in which we 
live. If you can't work, teach or visit, you can communicate with God in be- 
half of our work. If you who are Christians will pray and seek God's will, I 
don't think we would have to be asked the second time when called upon to work. 

We're grateful for the Macon Baptist Youth Crusaders organized in June 
and since that time they have been used almost every Sunday and many Wednes- 
day night services. Pray for these youth and other youth as they return to 
college this fall; that they might witness for Him who died for us all. 

Our prayer is that 1971-1972 will be the best year for Jesus Christ; 
our Association has ever had and "To God Be The Glory" 

Let's do together what we cannot do alone, and live the Spirit of Christ 
Creatively in all that we do for Him as we begin a new Associational year. 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. Cecil Frady, Assoc. Missions. 

7. The Home Missions report prepared by Mrs. John H. Campbell was 
received as information. 

HOME MISSIONS REPORT 

As the body of Christ a church is to live just as Jesus lived - in sacrifical 
service meeting the total needs of all people. The church has one basic mission: 
to bear witness to Jesus Christ. The New Testament ideal sets the pattern 
for how the witnessing is to be done; through verbal proclamation, through the 
unique fellowship which believers enjoy Christ. Christians should be at home 
amid concern about total human need. Multitudes have not heard the gospel 
clearly presented. Surely the God who so loved the world that he sent His 
Son to die for our sin is calling Baptist to creative, aggressive ways to con- 
front lost men in our nation with the gospel. 

More than 2, 200 home missionaries are busy cutting channels of com- 
mitment through the needs of America's millions. US-2 missionaries fill gaps. 
They do work that career home missionaries do not have time to do. Through 
the Cooperative Program and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering you help 
to make possible the work of these missionaries. 

"If a man has means and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart 
against his brother, how can he claim that he has love for God in his heart?" 
Let us respond with a total commitment and pray and give that a Great Awaken- 
ing may sweep our entire nation. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. John H. Campbell 

8. The Foreign Missions report prepared by Miss Barbara Roper was 
received as information. 



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FOREIGN MISSIONS REPORT 

On May 1, 1971 Southern Baptist missionaries were under appointment 
to 76 geographical or political entities. At the close of 1970 the Foreign 
Mission Board had an overseas Missionary staff of 2,501. This included 165 
missionary associates, 4 special project medical personnel, and 1Z1 missionary 
journeymen. Appointments during the year totaled 182. Between January 
and May 1971, 35 more were added. 

Underlying all our missionary endeavors is the ultimate purpose of lead- 
ing people to new life in Jesus Christ and the cultivation of New Testament 
churches. Organized churches with which Southern Baptist Missionaries are 
related on mission fields now total 5, 853, of which 75 percent are self-support- 
ing. 

Publication ministries are an important part of Southern Baptist overseas 
missions, as all kinds of Christian Literature are provided for purposes of 
evangelism and the developing of vigorous church life. Our Missionaries 
assisted in producing over 27 million pieces of literature: tracts, books, 
periodicals, Bibles, hymnals, and other such items last year. 

The program of hospitals and medical care serves the physical needs of 
thousands of people who would otherwise be neglected and often opens strategic 
doors for evangelistic witness. During 1970, missionaries and national work- 
ers engaged in this ministry treated more than 51, 000 impatients and saw 
nearly 930, 000 outpatients. 

Critical personnel needs continue throughout our mission fields. How long 
must they wait until all the world has heard the message of salvation? May we 
pray that God will send forth laborers unto the harvest and that we, his 
laborers, may be willing to do our part in this great movement. 

Respectfully submitted, (Miss) Barbara Roper 

9. The State Missions report prepared by Mrs. Paul Ammons was 
received as information. 

STATE MISSIONS REPORT 



State Missions helps you to help others; you help others when a new church 
is started with State Mission Aid. 

You can go into every community in North Carolina through State Missions 
as commanded by our Lord. "Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel 
to every creature," said Jesus in Mark 1 6:15b 

You help others when State Missions aids a family in trouble, juveniles 
who have broken the law, or alcoholics who need personal attention. 

You are helping others when, State Missions lead people to know Christ, 
as Lord and Savior in a resort ministry or a mission Vacation Bible School 
or some other area of State Mission work. 

You are helping others in need of Christ as your church gives through the 
Cooerative Program since State Missions receives its major support from 
this channel. 

Are you willing to go another mile in helping others by giving a love 
offering to State Missions on the third Sunday in September? 

How much will you give to help someone else live the abundant life? 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Paul Ammons 

10. The printed report on the Biblical Recorder was accepted as 
information . —~ —~ 



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REPORT OF THE BIBLICAL RECORDER 

At a time when some religious publications are losing circulation, it is 
good to report that the BIBLICAL RECORDER has passed 93, 000, the highest 
circulation in its 138 year history. This circulation is a tribute to the Baptists 
of North Carolina who support the paper so faithfully. 

Even though inflation continues to create problems, you can receive the 
RECORDER under the Church Budget Plan for the same price it was in I960, 
only $2. 00 a year. It is not known how long this reasonable price can be 
made available and that is all the more reason churches should enlist immediate 

iy. 

The RECORDER likes to report all the good news it can about Baptists. 
The paper is proud to be the instrument that communicates to the world what 
our denomination is doing. When evil needs to be exposed, however, the 
RECORDER does not shun it. This was evidenced again in the legislature this 
year as the liquor managed only small gains. And these may turn out to be 
unconstitutional. We are referring to the local option liquor by the drink 
elections in Moore and Mecklenburg Counties. The RECORDER stresses 
Christian citizenship. Perhaps this is one reason the paper continues to reach 
more and more people - it stands for something. 

The RECORDER appreciates every reader and supporter. The cost is 
reasonable. You can receive the RECORDER under the Church Budget Plan 
for only 4£ a week - half the cost of mailing a letter. There is no more 
economical way to have an informed membership than by sending the RECORD- 
ER to every family. 

Respectfully submitted, J. Marse Grant, Editor 
Submitted to Association, Mrs. Ed Brogden 

11. The Woman's Missionary Union report prepared by Mrs. N. L. 
Gilbert was accepted as information. 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

During the past year the Woman's Missionary Union has participated in 
the following programs: 

1. Youth Carol Sing held in December with 35 participating. 

2. Home Mission Study held in February with Miss Barbara Roper leading. 

3. A two day Prayer Retreat held in May with 55 members attending. 
Miss Bertha Smith, retired missionary, China, led the study and prayer 
program . 

4. Associational leaders will attend Leadership Conference at Mundo 
Vista to be followed by Leadership Conference in September at First Baptist 
Church. 

Even though the WMU methods have changed somewhat during the past year, 
the goals are the same: to teach Missions, to engage in Missions Action, to 
support World Missions through praying and giving, and to provide and interpret 
information regarding the work of the church and denomination. 

Respectfully submitted, Associate Director 
Mrs.N. L. Gilbert 

12. Mr. John Johnson led in singing, "Breathe On Me". 

13. The Executive Promotion Committee's report was accepted as 
information. The Moderator spoke to this report. 

14. Attention was called to the Treasurer's report. Report adopted. 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 



Amount Brought Forward From Previous Year 



$ 1,332.38 



C on tributions for Year 

Bethel Hell 

Black Mountain 

Briartown 

Buck Creek 

Burningtown 

Calvary 



5.00 
4.00 

62.00 

6.00 

894.40 

26.00 



Cartoogechaye 322.00 



Clear Creek 

Cowee 

Coweeta 

East Franklin -■ 

Ellijay 

Franklin, First 
Goldmine 



94.35 
620.00 

65 

52 

61 
436 
188 



00 
00 
00 
60 

00 



Higdonville 160.00 



Longview 

Mashburn Branch 
Mount Hope — 

Mountain Grove 

Nantahala 

Newman's Chapel 

Oak Grove 

Pine Grove 

Prentiss 

Ridgecrest 

Shortoff 

Sugarfork 

Tellico 

Walnut Creek 

Watauga 

Wells Grove — 
West Franklin 
West Union — 
Windy Gap 



Highlands, First 456.00 

Holly Springs 505.60 

Iotla 360.00 

Liberty 75.00 

Individual Copies of Minutes 

Mimeograph Paper Sold 

Telephone Call (Cash Paid) 

Refund on Registration Fees for VBS Clinic 

Cecil Frady (Refund on Expenses to State Baptist Convention and 

Evangelistic Conference 

Anonymous Donor 

Cecil Frady 

Alvin Growe 

Jesse C unning ham 

H. S. Dendy ($10 direct to State Cooperative Program) 

Earl Justice (Holly Springs) 

Mrs. Minnie Lamb 

W. L. Long (Newman's Chapel) 

Meredith Sage (Holly Springs) 

Glenn Shuler 

H. A. Smith 

Rev. Judd Smith 

Gordon Talley 

N. C. Baptist State Convention 2, 

Total Contributions for Year $ lTT 



190. 00 
100. 00 
364.96 

3. 00 

4. 00 
209. 62 

55.00 

68. 00 

55.00 

277.56 

108.36 

132.00 

8.00 

96.00 

320.00 

125.00 

120. 00 

40.25 

185.00 

4.00 

7.40 

1. 00 

6.00 

52. 00 
50.00 

130. 00 
20.00 

100. 00 
29.00 
60. 00 
10. 00 
10.00 
60.00 

110. 00 

5.00 

5.00 

20.00 

399. 00 

933. 10 



Borrowed from Macon County Building and Loan Association $ 10, 600. 00 
(Borrowed until maturity date on semi-annual interest on Savings Account) 
Total, All Income Received during Year $ 23,865.48 



Disbursements 

Office Rent 

Of fie e Supplie s 

Office Telephone 

Telephone for Field Worker's Home 

Rent for Field Worker's Home 

Postage and Mailing Permit 

Moving Expenses for Field Worker 
Baptist Book Store 



--- $ 240.00 

65.11 

222.39 

39.82 

630.00 

114.64 

32.00 

30.82 

(Continued) 



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Rev. Cecil Frady (Expenses to State Baptist Convention) $ 50.00 

Rev. Cecil Frady (Expenses to Evangelistic Conference) 50.00 

Rev. Gerald Bearden ("M" Night Speaker) 25.00 

N. C. Baptist Hospital (West Union) 10.00 

N. C. Baptist State Cooperative Program (H.S. Dendy) 10.00 

Reservation Fees for 9 delegates to Vacation Bible School Clinic 18.00 

Don Henry (Notarizing Right-of-Way for Road to New Home) 8.00 

Lake Shope (Registration of Right-of-Way) 5.50 

Franklin Construction Company (Grading and gravel at new home) -- 808. 16 
Claude Welch (1/3 of Contract Price of new home for Field Worker) 1 1 , 500. 00 
Betty Penland (Treasurer's Salary, July 1, 1969 through June 30, 71 --100.00 
Rev. Harvey Stewart (Clerk's Salary) July 1, 1970 through June 30*71- 100.00 

Rev. J. W. Myers (Salary) 375.00 

Rev. Cecil Frady (Salary and Travel) 4, 034. 61 

Total Disbursements for Year $ 18,469. 05 

Transferred to Savings Account, Macon County Bldg. & Loan -- $ 2,500.00 
Balance on Hand, June 30, 1971, Regular Checking Account -- $ 2,896.43 
Balance on Hand in Saving Account, Macon County Bldg. and 

Loan Association $ 10,895.60 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Stanley Penland, Treasurer 

15. It was moved and seconded to accept the proposed budget for 1971- 
1972. Attention was called to the Field Worker's Housing stating that this 
amount was estimated and may fluctuate this year. Rev. Earl Dendy spoke to 
this report. Report adopted. 

BUDGET FOR 1971-1972 

SALARIES: 

Field Worker's Salary $ 5,200.00 

Treasurer's Salary 100.00 

Clerk's Salary 100.00 

Total Salaries $ 5,400. 00 

General Expense: 

Field Worker's Housing $ 1,500.00 

Field Worker's Travel Expense 1,000.00 

Field Worker's Convention Expense 300.00 

Field Worker's Annunity 400.00 

Office Phone 225.00 

Printing of Minutes (extras) 60.00 

Office Supplies and Postage 225. 00 

Total General Expenses $ 3, 510. 00 

PROMOTIONAL EXPENSES: 

Sunday School $ 50.00 

Training Union 50.00 

Brotherhood and R A' s 50.00 

Woman's Missionary Union 125.00 

Missions Committee 25.00 

Music Department 25.00 

Vacation Bible School 5 0. 00 

$ 350.00 

Grand Total $9,260.00 

Less Convention Supplement $ 2,600.00 

To be raised by the churches $ 6,660.00 



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16. It was moved and seconded that we accept the Missions Committee 
report. Rev. Earl Dendy spoke to this report. Motion adopted. 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

This has been a very busy year for your Missions Committee. The first 
thing that demanded our attention was to find a man that we could recommend 
to our Executive Committee for Associational Missionary. After much prayer 
and talking to the fine men that had presented their applications, this committee 
recommended Rev. Cecil Frady to be our Superintendent of Missions. 

Then we proceeded to secure a right of way to our property on Iolta 
Street. This we finally accomplished. We sent copies of our building plans 
for our Field Worker's home and office to all the churches and asked for their 
support. The response was not as great as we had hoped for, but great enough 
for us to proceed with our building plans. We presented the plans to different 
builders for bids. After receiving the bids we recommended to the Executive 
Committee that the contract be given to the lowest bidder, Claude Welch. We 
are happy to report at this tine the building is almost complete. Finally, the 
Missions Committee recommended that the Trustees be permitted to borrow 
the money necessary to continue the work on the Field Workers's home and 
office. 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. Earl Dendy, Chairman 

Miscellaneous Business: 

17. Rev. C. C. Welch moved the adoption of all the reports given during 
this evening session of the associational meeting. It was seconded and all the 
reports were adopted. 

18. The Moderator led in singing, "Seal Us, O Holy Spirit". 

19. Time having come for the Annual Sermon, Rev. C. C. Welch led in 
prayer and read his scripture John 14:16-20. His sermon title was, His Life 
and Testimon y. His message was presented further under the following points : 
(1) Life as a Christian, (2) the Holy Spirit working in your life; (3) letting the 
Holy Spirit show creativity through your life. 

Rev. Welch closed with prayer to adjourn the evening session. 
Adjournment was at 9:00 p.m. 

FRIDAY MORNING - SEPTEMBER 10, 1971 

LONGVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH 

PROCEEDINGS: 

20. Longview was host for this session. Moderator, Dr. W. Thomas 
Lane called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m. Mr. John Johnson led in singing, 
"Who Is On the Lord's Side?" Accompanied at the piano by Mr. Roy Rickman. 

21. Rev. Cecil Frady read as a scripture passage Psalms 51:8-10 and 
led in prayer. He then extended a warm welcome to those attending this 
session of the associational meeting, from the Longview Church. 

22. The Evangelism Report prepared by Rev. Jess Cunningham was re- 
ceived as information. 

EVANGELISM REPORT 

All Christians need to thank God for the renewed interest among youth in 
evangelism. This was evident during the Youth Evangelism Night this past 
February 2, when almost 20, 000 youth and adults overflowed the Greensboro 
Coliseum and War Memorial Auditorium . 1,519 decisions were made by these 
youth. Also many youth in churches across our state are involved in witness- 
ing for Christ in unique ways. 



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There is tremendous interest in North Carolina and the entire Southern 
Baptist Convention in the new Win materials on lay witnessing and the one week 
Lay Evangelism Schools. Over twenty-five associations have already started 
specific planning toward a one week Lay Evangelism School in their area. 
Jesus reminded all Christian laymen of our task in Luke 24:48 - "And ye are 
witnesses of these things." Thousands of laymen and youth will respond if they 
are properly challenged and trained. 

The 26th Statewide Evangelism Conference will be held February 7-9, 
1972 at the Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium in Fayetteville . 

The next Statewide Youth Evangelism Night will be on Friday evening 
August 18, 1972 at Greensboro Coliseum. 

Remember to pray earnestly for the non-Christians in North Carolina 
and around the world that through our efforts together the Holy Spirit may 
lead many persons to commit their lives to Jesus Christ. 

William C. Lamb, Director, Submitted to Association 
Rev. Jess Cunningham 

23. The Cooperative Program report prepared by Swann Elliott was 
received as information. 

COOPERATIVE PROGRAM REPORT 

The Cooperative Program is to the denomination, what the budget is to 
the local church. By sharing in the Cooperative Program each church has a 
part in support for all missionary causes at home and abroad. It is spreading 
the Gospel. It is healing in the name of Jesus for our hospitals and clinics. 
It is teaching and training Christian leaders for the great task of Kingdom 
endeavor . 

As we from Sunday to Sunday worship with tithes and offerings, as as 
your church gives a worthy part of its income, we enter into partnership with 
God and fellow Christians, in the great Commission of Jesus, Go preach and 
teach. 

We recommend that each church give a worthy percentage of each offering 
dollar through this means. If we do this God promises to bless the church and 
its people . 

We have 48 churches in our association and 24 churches participated in 
the cooperative program in 1970 a total of $13, 106.00. 

Respectfully submitted, Swann Elliott 

24. The Baptist Foundation Report prepared by Gordon Maddrey was 
received as information. 

BAPTIST FOUNDATION REPORT 

The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. , was organized in 1920. 
It has a fifteen-menber Board of Directors elected by the Baptist State 
Convention. The policies and procedures of the Foundation and the support 
of the same is in the hands of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 
In other words, this is your Foundation, and you should know more about its 
services and activities. 

During the past twelve months, the Foundation has had a gradual growth, 
in that several individuals and churches have made contracts with the Founda- 
tion to accomplish specific purposes such as: supporting an agency or in- 
stitution of the Baptist State Convention, the Southern Baptist Convention, and 
world-wide objects. In one or two instances, individuals through their wills 
have added to existing memorials that were established during the life -time 
of the donor. The Foundation stands ready to render service to individuals 
and churches as their requests are made known. We wish to serve you. 

Respectfully submitted, C. Gordon Maddrey, Ex. Sec. 
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25. The Moderator appointed the following to serve as the Nominating 
Committee for the coming year: Rev. C. C. Welch, Chairman; Rev. Ernie 
Sanders; Rev. Judson Hall; Mr. Arvel Parker and Mr. Bill Higdon. 

26. Mr. Johnson led in singing, "Lead On, Oh King Eternal". 

27. Mike Jamison, ministerial student at Garner Webb College, spoke 
to us about our North Carolina Baptist Colleges needing the financial support 
of the churches and christian individuals. 

28. Rev. Luther Osmond, newly appointed Area Missionary for Western 
North Carolina, was introduced and asked to bring us a few words. He read 
as his scripture passage I Peter 4:10-11 and spoke on "Re-newed Emphasis 
In Our Churches". Emphasizing these three points: (1) Study God's Word; 
(2) Evangelism the works - go out; (3) Missions - reach out to a lost world. 

29. The Baptist Homes For the Aging report was prepared by John Roper 
and received as information. 

BAPTIST HOMES FOR THE AGING REPORT 

The North Carolina Baptist Homes for the Aging Celebrated their 20th 
anniversary in March of this year. The story of our homes has been one of 
faith and blessings of God to older people. God has brought Baptist People 
from one Home in 1951, to five Homes and a nursing care unit, with ac- 
comodations for 160 resident and 76 patients. 

The past year has been one of the best ever. The support for the homes 
from the churches has been most encouraging. The homes have not reached 
the point of operating in the black yet, but the time is soon approaching. 
With a deeper concern for our aging people, we Baptist people can make this 
come true. 

Pray for our Baptist Homes for the aging and remember that any ministry 
to an older person in the name of Christ is a direct ministry to Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, John Roper 

30. The Baptist Hospital report prepared by Bruce Bryant was received 
as information, speaking to this report was Dr. W. K. McGee. 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

Your Baptist Hospital admitted 17, 557 persons in 1970 for a total of 
150, 174 days of care. In addition, there were 51,563 visits to outpatient 
clinics, including 17,241 to the Emergency Room. About 90% of these were 
"referral" patients -- that is, patients who were referred to our Hospital by 
their local physicians because they needed the specialized medical care our 
Hospital is staffed and equipped to offer. 

Our Hospital, from the day of its beginning, has provided good medical 
care for our people, including care for persons who cannot pay the cost. 
There has been great progress in medicine and tremendous increase in 
hospital costs, and these have made some policy changes necessary. The 
basis policy of providing care - now the highly specialized care for the more 
difficult cases -- for those who cannot pay has not changed. This Christian 
ministry is at the heart of the work of our Baptist Hospital. 

Baptist Hospital offers a ministry of healing in Christ's name to all who 
need it. It seeks to fulfill the same purpose in North Carolina that a Baptist 
Hospital operated by our Foreign Mission Board seeks to fulfill in Korea or 
Nigeria. It ought to be supported by Missionary-minded Baptist with the 
same enthusiasm and for the same reason we support every other phase of 
our denomination's World Mission Program. This is missions too. 

Respectfully submitted, Bruce Bryant 



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31. The Baptist Children's Home report prepared by Roy Rickman was 
received as information. Speaking to this report was Hugh Starnes, Director 
of Broyhill Children's Home. 

BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOME REPORT 

The child care and family service ministry of North Carolina Baptists in 
Western North Carolina has undergone many new and thrilling experiences 
during the past year. Since the associations last met, our program of 
services has been strengthened in various ways. 

The desire for a home to serve Western North Carolina has become a 
reality. In early May, after years of careful planning, diligent work and 
generous giving by many friends of the Homes, the first two cottages for 
children on the Broyhill Home campus were opened. These were filled to 
capacity by the early part of the summer making provision for twenty-five 
additional children in group care. 

In October of 1970 a new service was begun with the opening of a 
maternity home in Asheville. The girls who have been served in this program 
have responded well to the love, concern and care which has been provided 
them. This facility was made possible largely by our Baptist people and 
other friends in Asheville and Buncomb County. 

The expansion of services and the improved quality of work being done 
requires additional financial support. Increased giving through the Cooperative 
Program, the Thanksgiving Offering, special gifts by individuals, families, 
businesses and industries in necessary to provide quality services for those 
who turn to us for help. 

Members of the Board of Trustees and members of the staff of the 
Baptist Children's Homes use this opportunity of expressing genuine 
appreciation for your confidence and support. At the same time, they are 
seeking diligently to maintain the best program of child care possible. 

W. R. Wagner, President, Submitted to Assoc, Roy Rickman 

32. The Minister's Retirement report (Annuity Board) was prepared by 
Rev. Cecil Frady and received as information. 

ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 

Out of forty-eight churches in Macon Baptist Association, we have three 
churches whose pastor comes under the retirement plan. This alone tells a 
big story in a few words. 

Our churches ask of the pastor to work without some kind of retirement; 
when they themselves won't work without some form of retirement plan. 

The churches need to help their pastor with this retirement plan that 
might have some benefits in old age. Will you not help your pastor as he 
helps you 9 

Rev Guy Cain will give us some pertinent information concerning this 
retirement for our pastors. 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. Cecil M. Frady 

33. Mr. Johnson led in singing, "In The Old Time Way". 

34. Rev. Earl Dendy moved the adoption of all the reports we had 
during the morning session. Motion adopted. 

35. Time having come for Doctrinal Message, the moderator presented 
Rev. Ernie Sanders, who read II Corinthians 5:17 as the scripture passage. 
His sermon title was, "The Real Thing". His points were: (1) The beginning 
is in Jesus; (2) Manifested by act of service to God and mankind: (3) Results- 
a new life in Jesus in all of life. 

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36. Rev Andy Cloer ask the benediction of the morning service and 
blessing for the noon day meal. Adjournment 1 1 :15 a. m. 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON - SEPTEMBER 10 
Prelude by Mrs. Roy Rickman. 

f n Z1 'a l /LXm ui 0hn \ Jo ^ BOn led in sin g in g the chorus of, "Fall Fresh On Me", 
followed by, "Break Thou The Bread of Life". 

38. Rev. Earl Dendy, Vice-Moderator called the afternoon session to 
order. 

39. Rev. Alton Dendy read the scripture passage Romans 5:1 and led in 
prayer. 

40. The Ordination report prepared by Rev. C. C. Welch was received 
as information Rev Earl Dendy and Rev. Cecil Frady spoke to the reports 
of the Associational Committees. F 

REPORT OF ORDINATION 

n,l A* 161 *, 6 TA 6 tW u ° rdained Ministers in Macon Association this year. Oak 
S^-S £ C k U ™ h ° rdamed Johnn y Rab y a *d he is now Pastor of Briartown 
Baptist Church. Pleasant Hill Baptist Church ordained Daniel Mason and he 
has accepted a church in Georgia. 

ch^^ R 7\ C f Cil I r ^ Y m ° Ved that We acce P t the o^^ers and committee 
chairmen, listed m the directory, for the Associational Year 1971-1972 
Motion seconded and adopted. 

42 Rev. Cecil Frady moved the adoption of Place and Preacher 
Committee report. Report adopted. 

PLACE AND PREACHER REPORT 

u w Th fu^ h i Session of the Annual Associational Meeting in 1972 will be 
sftL™£ / ^ BaptiSt ChUrCh ° n September 7, The Day Session on 
Septembers, with Burningtown Baptist Church. Rev. Jack King will deliver 

DendvT t T R i V c Jim Dayton the Doctrinal Ser.on andRev. Alton 

Dendy the Inspirational Sermon. 

43. The Christian Higher Education report prepared by Mrs. Charles 
Cabe was received as information. 

REPORT ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 
The Baptist Colleges in North Carolina enrolled 12, 627 students this 

torourtTt'hP r Y "?• ^ o efUl f ° r the Vital financial support which comes 
p r '2 ^ ^operative Program. Outside of student charges, the Cooperative 
Program is the largest financial source of annual income for our colleges 
di,trI^°H g Ajnenca, more colleges join the ranks of the financially 

distressed every day. Some schools have been forced to close and others are 
moving steadily toward the crisis stage. Fortunately none of our North 

eve r r ° TheL^are th Ch °° 1S *' * **? '^^ ^^ at this mo««t. How- 
to year pressures under which our schools must live from year 

One way we, Macon Baptist Association, can help to relieve the financial 
^e d s e tm°e f ntin £"££ "™* «" B ^ ™^ ^ ^ring. Tn^fn 

was t G h a /? e r Webb C ? llege grant6d de g rees ^ 278 persons on May 16, This 
was the first senior class to graduate since the former two-year college 
moved to senior status. y g 



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The Baptist Youth Corps is in its third summer of successful operation. 
This is a joint venture involving the Baptist Colleges, the Church Training 
Department, and the local churches. For a small investment of money a 
church can have the benefit of a summer worker from one of our colleges. 

Together we seek to provide opportunities for students to seek Truth in 
an atmosphere of freedom, guided by persons who are committed to God as 
He is revealed in Jesus Christ. This ideal always exceeds our grasp. How- 
ever, it is the ever present goal toward which we strive. The prayers and 
active support of North Carolina Baptists are necessary ingredients in help- 
ing the actual and the ideal to move more closely together. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Charles Lee Cabe 

44. Rev. Cecil Frady spoke on FRUITLAND INSTITUTE regarding the 
main building being burned down and the great need for money to be raised to 
help build it back. He asked that christians go the extra mile in their giving 
to meet this need. 

45. The Seminary Extension report prepared by Mrs. Hyldah Shepherd 
was received as information. Rev. Frady spoke to this report. 

SEMINARY EXTENSION REPORT 



In 1970 Seminary Extension Course had twelve enrolled. Rev. Robert 
L. Clegg, Pastor First Baptist Church, Sylva, No C. taught this course. 
The course was New Testament 262. We used the book Test of Life, author 
Robert Law. Also we studied First Epistle of John. 

This course was held at Franklin Center of the First Baptist Church. 

We only had half the enrollment that we had in 1969. We would love 
to see a great increase in 1971 Seminary Extension. 

Respectfully submitted, Hyldah Shepherd 

46. Rev. J. W. Myers gave us information regarding Truett Camp 
Mission field. 

47. The Vacation Bible School report prepared by Mrs. Mary Powell 
was received as information. 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL REPOR T 

At this time thirteen schools have been reported to the Associational 
Office. There are several churches, however, that we know have had schools 
but have failed to send in reports. 

Of the thirteen schools reported there was a total enrollment of 653 
with an average of 42. Most of the schools were held at night which gives a 
church a good opportunity to provide a class for adults. The highlights of 
some of the schools have been the adult groups. 

Four of the reported schools were held by the summer workers. 

There were 24 professions of faith in the thirteen schools reported. 

We are pleased with the work done this year but realize that there was 
much undone in those schools held and many churches which did not have 
schools. It is our goal to improve the schools and reach other churches 
with schools. 

Respectfully submitted, Mary Powell 

48. The Church Training report prepared by Don Ledford was received 
as information. Mr. Ledford also spoke to this report. 



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CHURCH TRAINING REPORT 



^L^A rl^- Z Q are ^ gre u t ne6d ° f trainin g our People. Being a true and 
dedicated Christian is one who studies and is taught. One that has been in- 
formed of the life of a Christian. 

Only through the urging and training in our churches will we grow 
Confessing we are sinners is only the first step. To become dedicated we 
must teach and be taught. 

I feel we would eliminate the one day a week Christians and have totally 
committed men and women, boys and girls, if we would train them. 

Pray for and support your Training Union Leaders. 

"M" Night was held at Cartoogechaye Baptist Church with Gold Mine 
Baptist Church receiving the banner for most attendance for the second year 

Rev. Gerald Beardon from Ebenezer Baptist Church, Toccoa, Ga. was ' 
guest speaker. We had a wonderful attendance. 

Please support Training Union in your church. 



Respectfully submitted, Don Ledford 
ool report prepared by Verli 
SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 



49. The Sunday School report prepared by Verlin Curtis was received 
as information. 




unto me 1 



State 

seleci 

helpful. I feel the new literature is a great asset t< 

<?nn °" ln K g I 1 " u 9 l 7 l ^^ We Want t0 Strive to do more to ^prove our 
Sunday School which will enable to reach the unsaved and unchurched. 

Every Christian has a call from God to witness. "Ye shall be witnesses 
(Acts 1:8) Let's all do it now. The need for witnessing is urgent. 

Respectfully submitted, Verlin L. Curtis 

loveH 5 2; a ? U % Bel ° V f d Dead ' ReV ' J * W - MyerS read the nameS of ™r b ^ 
tZ t £ ^ PeC1 o r f c °g nitlon w ^s given to Rev. G. A. Cloer by Rev. Myers 

and to Rev. Gene Southards by Rev. Alton Dendy. The congregation bowed 
their heads as Rev. C. C. Welch closed with an memorial prayer 



IN MEMORIAM 



BETHEL HILL: 

Mr. C. B. Owenby (Deacon) 

BRIAR TOWN: 

Mr. Ed Day 
Mr. Zeb Morgan 

BURNINGTOWN: 

Mrs. Hallie Duvall 

CALVARY: 

Mr. Berco Brown 

CARTOOGECHAYE : 

Rev. Gene Southard 



COWEE: 

Mr. Billy Gibson 
Mr. Jack Calloway 
Mr. Robert C. Rickman 
Mrs. Lollie Brendle 
Mr. William D. Bryson 

GOLD MINE: 

Miss Lola Dendy 
Mrs. Effie Reed 

FRANKLIN, FIRST: 

Mr. I. T. Peek, (Deacon) 
Mr. Bill Bryson 
Mrs. Nobia Murray 
Mr. Henry Wilkie 

(Continued) 



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HIGDONVILLE: OAK GROVE: 

Mr. W. W. Berry Mrs. W. R. Bradley 

Mrs. Eva Corbin Mrs. Laura Clark 

HIGHLANDS, FIRST: PINE GROVE: 

Mr. Kurt Shuler Mrs. Laura Gregory 

HOLLY SPRINGS: PRENTISS: 

Mr. Carl Guest Mrs. Jim Stiles 

Mr. Monroe Ledford 
IOTLA: Mrs. Ollie Anderson 

Mrs. Norman Woody 

Mr. Gene L. Jacobs RIDGECREST: 

Mrs. Minnie Fouts Mr. D. L. Dean 

Mrs. Larua Raby 
LIBERTY: Mr. Aden Tallent 

Mr. Frank Hurst Mr. Tom Thompson 

Mr. Paul Shuler Mr. Gordon Smith 

Mr. Ben Giles 

Miss Melvina Patterson SUGAR FORK: 

Mrs. Rowena Jones Mrs. Cora McDowell 

LONGVIEW: WATAUGA: 

Mr. P. M. Gregory Rev. G. A. Cloer 

Mrs. Lelia McCloud 

MOUNT HOPE: Mr . Ralph Scott 

Mr. Carl Angel Mr. Roy Rankins 

NEWMAN'S CHAPEL: WELLS GROVE: 

Mrs. Magrette Carpenter Mrs. Evelyn Wells 

OAK DALE: WEST FRANKLIN: 

Mrs. Annie Wilkies Miss Mollie Collins 

Mr. Wayne McConnell 

WINDY GAP: 

Mr. Sam Hopkins 
Mr. Jack Roper 

51. Mrs. Jeter Higdon presented the report of the Resolutions Committee. 

IN APPRECIATION 

We, the messengers and visitors of the sixty-eighth annual meeting of 
the Macon Baptist Association thank the Cowee and Longview Churches for 
their heart-warming welcome and friendship under the guidance of Rev. and 
Mrs. J. W. Myers and Rev. and Mrs. Wylie Gibson. Our thanks also to the 
Longview Church for the bountiful noon meal. It has been a joyful experience 
to be with you in fellowship and spiritual feasting on the inspirational sermons 
and messages from the reports. 

We appreciate the endeavors of those who have carefully and prayerfully 
planned and executed the program. We are grateful to our Heavenly Father 
for we have felt His presence keenly during these services. And we must 
not forget the dedicated efficient leadership of our Associational Staff: the 
Moderator, Dr. W. Thomas Lane; Vice-Moderator, Rev. Earl Dendy; Clerk, 
Mrs. Ruth B. Hess; Treasurer, Mrs. Betty Penland; Field Worker, Rev. 
Cecil Frady, and Historian, Miss Mae McCoy. These have generously 
shared their time and abilities to make this a good year in the Lord's work. 
Our State workers are due much consideration for their messages of informatio] 
and inspiration. 

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Surely the presence of the Lord has been keenly felt during these sessions 
and we have come to see more clearly His mission for our individual lives. 
We are grateful to Him for this privilege which has been afforded us. We 
ask His blessing upon each of us as we journey homeward and pledge our- 
selves to be good stewards of all that we have felt, seen and heard. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Lucy Pickens 

52. The Historical report prepared by Mae McCoy was accepted as 
information. 

HISTORICAL REPORT 

As this Macon Baptist Associational year has come and gone and the 
pages of its years history are closing we can look back and see many good 
things Macon Baptists have done and many things perhaps, we regret were 
left undone. However, according to all reports this has been a joyous and 
meaningful year as churches, pastors, and laymen labored together to ad- 
vance the kingdom of God in our association and around the world. 

In April 1969, soon after Rev. Howard Willis resigned as full-time 
Associational Field Worker for Macon Baptist Association, the Missions 
Committee and the Executive Promotions Committee were able to secure 
the services of Rev. J. W. Myers, Pastor of Cowee Baptist Church, as 
Associate Field Worker till the Missions Committee could find someone to 
serve full time as Field Worker. Rev. Myers served faithfully and efficiently 
till in November, 1970. At this time Rev. Cecil Frady, who was pastor of 
Holly Springs Church, agreed to take over the work till he could be freed 
from his duties as pastor, soon Holly Springs called Rev. Judson Hall as 
their pastor giving Rev. Frady free to serve as full-time Field Worker for 
our Association. Now we are blessed by his services. Through his leader- 
ship Macon Baptist can go forward for the Lord. 

The work on the Macon Baptist Building which will be a home for our 
Field Worker and his family; also house associational supplies and room 
for worker's office, is moving along well at this time. 

The 1 8 or more churches that have so faithfully supported our building 
project will indeed rejoice when they see it finished for God has truly blessed 
the efforts in this great work. Such projects as this one is brought to frui- 
tion only by much prayer, planning and financial aid. 

We welcome the following new ministers to Macon Baptist Association: 
Rev. Jack King from Waynesville, N. C. has come to serve as pastor of 
Cartoogechaye Church; Rev. William Rice, from Hendersonville, N. C, 
has come to serve as pastor of Calvary and Prentis Churches; Rev. Dan 
Stiles has come to serve West Franklin Baptist Church and Rev. Judson Hall 
has accepted Holly Springs Church. We are thankful to God for laying upon 
their hearts to take the work of these churches and grateful that they respond- 
ed to His call. 

An evangelistic Spirit seems to be growing among Macon Baptists. A 
number of youth revivals were held over the county this past year. Most of 
them were well attended by youth and adults. The young people of Longview 
Church conducted a revival December 28 - January 2. A good one was re- 
ported in spite of the bad weather. 

Rev. Cecil Frady has organized a youth group called "Macon Baptist 
Youth Crusaders". This group had full charge of the morning worship services 
at Franklin First on July 18, 1971. A very worshipful program was rendered. 
Jimmy Guffey who was licensed to the gospel ministry of the Longview Church 
more than a year ago, delivered the eleven o'clock message, a wonderful 
evangelistic message. Jimmy is a student at Wake Forest College. 

These young people are devout in their lives and are bearing a glorious 
testimony to the Lord. May they build a tremendous soul-saving witness for 

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Christ and lead many youth's to a transforming experience with the Lord. 

The following church held revivals last year: Oak Grove, Cowee, Liberty, 
Pine Grove, Watauga, Black Mt. , Ridgecrest, and Longview. 

A County-wide youth revivals is now in' progress at the Macon County 
Fair Ground. We pray for great results. 

An Activity Bus for Baptist Churches to use is being purchased by 
contributions from individuals and businesses in Franklin. Soon it will be 
ready for use . 

Missionaries speak in Macon County. 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Burney, home a few months on furlough from 
Nigeria spoke to a large group at the Longview Baptist Church last October. 
Mrs. Burney 1 s parents live at Raburn Gap Georgia where she finished High 
School. Dr. Burney and family have returned to Nigeria to resume their 
mission work. 

An Associational- wide Prayer Retreat was held at Wayah Valley Inn on 
May 7-8. Miss Bertha Smith of South Carolina was in full charge of the 
services. She is one of our retired "unretired" Missionaries. She served 
in China 31 years as principal of Mission Schools and doing Evangelistic work 
from village to village. Also from church to church Bible Teaching. Miss 
Smith travels to many parts of the U. S. A. and to Foreign Countries to 
conduct Prayer Retreats, such as she conducted in Macon. Many who attend- 
ed felt they had truly been blessed by her coming. 

Other good news comes to us that Rev. Cecil Frady's son Randy, a 
student at Gardner Webb College, has surrendered to the call as a Foreign 
Missionary. Let us pray that God will call others to this great work. 

Last year there were seven churches in Macon Association without 
pastors. Now there are only three. Oak Grove, Mount Hope, and Buck 
Creek. Rev. Howard Willis resigned at Oak Grove recently. 

Some church building improvements are as follows: Cowee Church has 
finished the Pastor's Study and installed book cases and shelves. Rev. J. W. 
Myers is Pastor. White Oak Flats, built and installed new rest rooms. Rev. 
Carl Roper is Pastor. Iotla, some paneling work has been done and they have 
enclosed their piano. Rev. M. I. Brock, Pastor. Wells Grove is building a 
new sanctuary, adding on to the new Educational Building. Rev. Jud Duvall 
is pastor. Holly Springs has pushed out the ground for a new parsonage and 
are now engaged in this building program. Rev. Judson Hall is pastor. Short- 
off Church are building new Sunday School rooms and rest rooms are being 
added. The floors have been refinished and carpet put down, Rev. Mack 
Reed is pastor. 

Space will not permit me to tell all the good things that Macon Baptists 
have done this year, but the preceding statements are the "High Lights" of 
our years work. As Baptist we have a definite mission to perform and wide 
open doors are before us today. Will we accept the challenge? 

May God's richest blessings be upon this great organization and may we 
all work together as never before so that we may be able to say at the end of 
next year that it was the greatest in the history of Macon Baptist. 

Respectfully submitted, Miss Mae McCoy - Historian 

53. Miss Mae McCoy moved that the reports given during the afternoon 
session be received as information and adopted. Motion seconded and adopted 

54. Rev. Earl Dendy led in singing, "Amazing Grace". 

55. The closing Inspirational message was brought by Rev. Jess Cunning- 
ham. His title, "Dangers Fbr the Days We Live In". He read as a scripture 
Matthew 5:13-26. Danger points: (1) Lowering christian standards; (2) Becoming 
luke-warm and self-satisfied; (3) Compromising; (4) God giving us up. 

56. Installation of officers was led by Rev. C. C. Welch. Followed with 
everybody singing, "Where Ever He Leads I'll Go". 

57. Rev. Earl Dendy led in the Prayer of Dedication and benediction. 

58. The Macon Baptist Association adjourned it's final session of the 
Sixty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the body at 2:45 p.m. 

Dr. W. Thomas Lane, Moderator, Mrs. Ruth B. Hess, Clerk 

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HISTORICAL RECORD 
North Carolina, Macon County Baptist Association 
Organized in 1904 



Year Church 



Moderator 



Clerk Preached Sermon 

H. D. Dean J.A.Brendel 

H.D. Dean J.W.Watson 

H.D. Dean W.L.Bradley 

H. D. Dean A . S. Solesby 

H. D. Dean J. R. Pendergrass 

H.D. Dean T.C.King 

H. D. Dean W . L. Bradley 

A. C. Hurst T.J.Vinson 

A. C. Hurst R.P.McCracken 

Robert Ramsey F.M.Morgan 

Robert Ramsey B.S.West 

J. M. Carpenter W. T. Potts 

J. M. Carpenter R. T. Vann 

J. M. Carpenter A. S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter W.L.Bradley 

J. M. Carpenter J. C. Owens 

J. M. Carpenter A. S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter J.A.Bryson 

Robert Ramsey D. C. McCoy 

Robert Ramsey W. L. Bradley 

Robert Ramsey G. A. Cloer 

J. M. Carpenter J. L. Kinsland 

T.C.Bryson W. R. Rickman 

J. M. Carpenter E.N.Gardner 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

R.M.Ledford W. E. Abernathy 

R.M. Ledford J. A. McMillian 

R.M.Ledford E. R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford J. F. Burrell 

R.M.Ledford E.R. Eller 

R.M. Ledford W . L. Bradley 

R.M.Ledford W.R. Rickman 

R.M.Ledford R. F. Mayberry 

R.M.Ledford C.F.Rogers 

R.M.Ledford J. G. Benfield 

R.M.Ledford M.A.Love 

R.M.Ledford R.W.Williams 

R.M.Ledford J. A. McMillian 

R.M.Ledford G. A. Cloer 

S.J.Smith T.N.Carter 

S.J.Smith J.C.Scruggs 

S.J.Smith J.F.Marchman 

Mrs. C.C.Welch J.I.Vinson 

Mrs. C. C.Welch H. E. Marchman 

Verlon Swafford C. E. Parker 

Verlon Swafford Paul Nix 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin E. N. Holden 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin M. W. Chapman 

W.L.Sorrells 

Clyde Drake John Corbitt 

C.T.Taylor 

Arvil Taylor 

Vernon Higdon Frank Reed 

Vernon Higdon 

John Buell 

(continued) 



1904 Franklin 

1905 Sugarfork 

1906 Briartown 

1907 Cartoogechaye 



T. C. Bryson 
J. W. Kesterson 
W. Bradley 
T. C. Bryson 



1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 

1952 

1953 

1954 



Coweeta T.C.Bryson 

Burningtown T. C. Bryson 

Watauga F.Morgan 

Liberty T.C.Bryson 

Pine Grove H. D. Dean 

Oak Grove H. D. Dean 

Iotla H. D. Dean 

Pleasant Hill H. D. Dean 

Mount Hope H. D. Dean 

Cowee H. D. Dean 

Prentiss H. D. Dean 

Sugar Fork J.C.Owens 

Holly Springs J. C. Owens 

Burningtown J.A.Bryson 

Franklin R.P.McCracken 

Nanahala H. D. Dean 

Watauga H. D. Dean 

Tellico H. D. Dean 

Iotla H. D. Dean 

Holly Springs H. D. Dean 

Cowee H. D. Dean 

Ridge Crest W.M.Lee 

Sugarfork A. S. Solesby 

Pleasant Hill A. S. Solesby 

Pine Grove A. S. Solesby 

Briartown A. S. Solesby 

Franklin A. S. Solesby 

Oak Grove A. S. Solesby 
Rainbow Springs J. E. Rickman 

Coweeta J. E. Rickman 

Cartoogechaye J. E. Rickman 

Clear Creek J. E.Riickman 

Ellijay J. E. Rickman 

Newman Chapel J. E. Rickman 

Burningtown C.C.Welch 

Watauga C.C.Welch 

Goldmine J. H. Stockton 

Holly Springs J. H. Stockton 

Mount Hope J. H. Stockton 

Cowee J. H. Stockton 

Highlands J. H. Stockton 

Ridge Crest J.H.Stockton 

Sugarfork J. H. Stockton 

Franklin J. H. Stockton 

Watauga 

Oak Grove H. H. Stocktor 

Iotla 

Newman's Chapel W.L.Sorrells 

Tellico 

Longview M.W. Chapman 

Ellijay 



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HISTORICAL REOCRD (continued): 



Year Church Moderator 

1955 Higdonville M. W. Chapman 
Mt.Hope 

1956 Burningtown 

Iotla M.W. Chapman 

1957 Watauga M.C.Wyatt 
Ridge Crest 

1958 Liberty L. Eugene Walter 

Wells Grove -- 

Prentiss 

1959 Wells Grove J.C.Jacobs 
Holly Spring s 

1960 Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Ridge Crest 

1961 Pine Grove W.A.Cloer 
Iotla 

1962 Sugar Fork W.A.Cloer 
Coweeta W.A.Cloer 

1963 Gold Mine M. I. Brock 
Highlands M. I. Brock 

1964 Windy Gap M. I. Brock 
West Franklin M. I. Brock 

1965 Cartoogechaye Robert L. Clark 
Ridge Crest Robert L. Clark 

1966 Oak Grove Fred Corbin 
Ellijay Fred Corbin 

1967 Watauga J.C.Jacobs 
Wells Grove 

1968 East Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Pleasant Hill J. C. Jacobs 

1969 Mashburn Branch J. C. Jacobs 
Mt. Hope J. C. Jacobs 

1970 Newman Cahpel W. T. Lane 
Holly Springs W. T. Lane 

1971 Cowee W. T. Lane 
Longview W. T. Lane 



Clerk 



Preached Sermon 



Vernon Higdon 





Vernon 
Vernon 


Higdon 
Higdon 


Mrs. 


J. 


Campbell 




Mrs, 


J. 


Campbell 


Mrs. 


. J. 


Campbell 


Mrs. 


J. 


Campbell 



Mrs.F 
Mrs.F 
Mrs.F 
Mrs.F 
James 
James 
Mrs.C 
Mrs. C 
Mrs.C 
Mrs. C 
Mrs.C 



. C. Jones 
. C. Jones 
. C. Jones 
. C. Jones 
F.Collette 
F.Collette 
ecil Frady 
ecil Frady 
ecil Frady 
ecil Frady 
ecil Frady 



Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
H.L.Stewart 
H. L. Stewart 
H.L.Stewart 
H.L.Stewart 
Mrs. R. B. Hess 
Mrs. R. B. Hess 



L. Eugene Walter 

W.A.Cloer 

Clyde Rhinehart 

Doyle Miller 

Lee Crawford 
R. R. Standley 
J.H. Propst, Jr. 
L. A. Howard 
Thad R. Dowdle 
Clyde W.Collins 
Paul M. Sorrells 
Judson Hall 
Otto Parham 
Robert L. Clark 
R. C. Bailey 
Carl E. Sizemore 
L. C. Pinnix 
Gene Southard 
Guy Duvall 
Clyde Collins 
Cecil Frady 
Bill Shields 
Earl Dendy 
Rev. J. W. Myers 
Rev. Roy Smith 
Mack Reed 
John R. Willis 
M. I. Brock 
Cecil Frady 
C. C. Welch 
C. C. Welch 






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Conquest 



1972 

ANNUAL 
OF 



MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



NORTH CAROLINA 



SIXTY-NINTH ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE 

MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

1972 

HELD WITH 

HIGDONVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Night Session) 

BURNINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Day Session) 

SEPTEMBER 7-8, 1972 



Moderator Rev. Earl Dendy 

Clerk Mrs. Rugh B. Hess 



CONTENTS 

ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 3-4 

CONSTITUTION 5-6 

BY-LAWS 6-9 

PROGRAM 9-10 

PROCEEDINGS 11 - 28 

REPORTS: 

Annuity Board 19 

As sociational Missions 11 - 12 

Baptist Foundation 18 

Baptist Hospital 20-21 

Biblical Recorder 14 

Budget -- 16 - 17 

Children's Home 19- 20 

Cooperative Porgram ■- 19 

Evangelism 17-18 

Higher Education 23 

Historical 26 - 27 

Home for the Aging 21 

In Memoriam 25 

Missions - Home, Foreign and State 12- 14 

Place and Preacher 22 

Seminary Extension 24 

Training Union (Church) 23 - 24 

Treasurer's 15- 16 

Truett Camp 22 

Vacation Bible School -- - 23 

Woman's Missionary Union 14 

TABLES: 

Historical 39 - 40 

Statistical 30 - 38 



ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY 

1972-1973 

Moderator Rev. Earl Dendy 

Vice Moderator Rev. Jud Duvall 

Treasurer Mrs. Ann Welch 

Clerk Mrs. Larry Cabe 

Historian Miss Mae McCoy 

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 

Sunday School Director Mr. Charles Cabe 

Associate Director Rev. Gene Hawkins 

Secretary Miss June Brendle 

Pianist Mrs. James He dden 

Chorister Mr. Jack Powell 

Supt. of Training Rev. Judson Hall 

Supt. of Evangelism Rev. Paul Morgan 

Supt. of Extension Rev. Jim Caryton 

Supt. VBS Mrs. Jack Powell 

Department Leaders 

Adults 18 & up Rev. Jack King 

Young People - 12-17 Mrs. Clyde Drake 

Children - 6-11 Mrs. Charles Pickens 

Pre-School - birth-5 Mrs. Tex Corbin 

CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 

Director Mr. John Rogers 

Associate Director Mr. Roy Lowe 

Secretary Miss Elaine Long 

Pianist Mis s Linda Frady 

Chorister Mr. John Johnson 

Pastor Advisor Rev. Cecil Frady 

Adults 18 & up Mr. Grady Nicholson 

Children Division 6-11 Miss Karen Cook 

Young Division 12-17 Mr. Jim Williamson 

Pre-School Division Birth-5 Mrs. Patsy Drake 

W. M. U. OFFICERS 

Director Mrs. Frankie Reynolds 

Associate Director Mrs. Mamie Raby 

Baptist Women Mrs. Mary Frances Parker 

Young Baptist Women Mrs. Linda Cabe 

Acteen Director Miss Linda Frady 

Girls In Action 

Mission Friends Mrs. Jean Holt 

Social Chairman Mrs. Zena Pearl Brogden 

Publicity Chairman Mrs. Mary Justice 

Sec. & Treas. Mrs. Becky Garrett 



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NOMINATING COMMITTEE: 
Rev. J. S. Cunningham 
Rev. Gene Hawkins 
Rev. Mack Reed 
Mr. Bob Bishop 
Mr. Fred Stiles 



COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION: 
Rev. C. C. Welch 
Rev. Andy Cloer 
Rev. Bill Smith 
Mr. Cliff Cook 
Mr. Marshall Fouts 



MISSIONS COMMITTEE: RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE: 

Mr. Weaver Fox Mrs. Cliff Cook 

Mr. Zeb Hall Mrs. Clyde Kinsland 

Rev. Bill Shields 

Mr. Bob Bishop MUSIC COMMITTEE: 

Rev. Ernie Sanders Mr. John Johnson 

Rev. Jack King 

Rev. Bill Smith SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: 

Rev. M. I. Brock 
EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: Mrs. Hyldah Shepherd 

Rev. Jess Cunningham Rev. Gene Hawkins 

Rev. Bill Shields 

Rev. Alton Dendy TRUSTEES: 

Mr. Merritt Fouts 
Mr. H. H. Plemmons 
Mr. Roy Rickman 

COMMITTEE ON DENOMINATIONAL AGENCIES: 

Children's Homes Mr. Roy Rickman 

Baptist Hospital Mr. Bruce Bryant 

Homes for Aging Mr. John Roper 

Christian Education Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

Biblical Recorder Mrs. Edd Brogden 

Cooperative Program Mr. Swan Elliott 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

Home Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

State Missions Mrs. Paul Amnions 

Ministers Retirement Rev. C. C. Welch 

COMMITTEE ON PASTORLESS CHURCHES: 
Missions Committee 



CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES: 
Moderator 
Vice -Moderator 
Sunday School Director 
Church Training Director 
Field Worker 
WMU Director 
Brotherhood Director 



PROGRAM and PLACE COMMITTEE: 
Moderator 
Vice -Moderator 
Field Worker 
Two Laymen 

TRUETT CAMP COMMITTEE: 
Rev. Alton Dendy 
Rev. Andrew Cloer 



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CONSTITUTION 

As Amended from Time to Time 

ARTICLE I - Name 

This Association shall be known as the Macon Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II - Object 

The object of this Association shall be: 

1. To cultivate a friendly union among the churches for their mutual 
benefit. 

2. To cooperate with the Baptist State Convention and Southern Baptist 
Convention in the promotion of the causes of Associational Missions, State 
Missions, Home Missions, Foreign Missions, and such other objects as these 
conventions may foster. 

ARTICLE III - Membership 

Section 1. This Association shall be composed of regularly constituted 
Baptist Churches in Macon County who shall be represented at its regular or 
special meetings by duly elected messengers. 

Section 2. This Association shall have the right to determine what churchei 
shall be admitted to its union, and to withdraw fellowship from any, for not 
complying with its rules or with the Articles of its Constitution and By-Laws, 
or for violating orthodox principles as set forth and believed by Southern 
Baptists. 

Section 3. Any church desiring membership in the Association will 
present its request at any regular annual meeting. The request will be re- 
ferred to a Credential Committee appointed by the Association, which com- 
mittee, will examine the church's articles of faith, covenant, form of organi- 
zation and such other matters as deemed necessary. Upon favorable report 
of the committee at the next annual meeting of the Association, the church 
may be received into fellowship by a two-thirds majority vote of the messen- 
gers present. 

Section 4. It shall be a duty of each church to furnish the Association each 
year a letter, on a form provided by the clerk, giving full information and 
statistics provided for on the form; and to send with the letter or by a mes- 
senger a contribution toward the cost of printing the minutes of the Association. 
This letter and accompanying money to cover cost of minutes requested shall 
be in the clerk's hands thirty (30) days prior to annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IV - Meetings 

Section 1. The Association shall meet annually on Thursday evening and 
Friday following the second Sunday in August. The associational year shall 
begin July 1, and end June 30. 

Section 2. The business of the Association shall be transacted by the 
pastors of the several churches, and two messengers from each church, to- 
gether with one additional messenger for every fifty members or fraction 
thereof above the first fifty, with no church having more than fifteen messen- 
gers. 

Section 3. This Association shall be governed in its meetings by such 
rules as may be adopted, amended or set aside by a majority vote of the 
messengers present. "Roberts' Rules of Order" will be the guide in all 
parliamentary matters. 



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ARTICLE V - Officers and Committees 

Section 1. The officers of this Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Historian, and three trustees. 

Section 2. The standing Committees of this Association shall be the 
Executive Committee, the Missions Committee, the Nominating Committee, 
Credential and Ordination Committee, Evangelism Committee, Program and 
Place Committee, and such other committees as the body may direct. The 
Moderator and Associational Missionary shall be Ex-Officio members of all 
standing Committees. 

ARTICLE VI - Associational Missionary 

Section 1. The Association shall employ an Associational Missionary 
whose duties are described as follows: 

(a) Work with and under the general supervision of the Missions Com- 
mittee of the Association in maintaining and directing the Associational Pro- 
gram of Missions. 

(b) Give guidance, counsel, and assistance whenever possible, and/or 
as needed to associational officers, organizations, and committees. 

(c) Share and distribute information concerning plans and activities of 
the N. C. Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention as they re- 
late to the work and program of the churches. 

(d) Make himself available to each church and pastor, as his schedule 
permits, for any service he might render, such as preaching, teaching and 
counseling. 

(e) Administer or execute any other activities that the Association shall 
direct. 

Section 2. The Associational Missionary shall be called for an indefinite 
term to serve until the relationship is disolved at the request of eigher the 
Missionary or the Association. In either case, at least sixty days notice 
shall be given of termination of the relationship, unless otherwise mututally 
agreed, with both the Missionary and the Association seeking to follow the 
will of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit. 

Section 3. The missionary shall be provided with such salary and ex- 
penses as the Missions Committee shall recommend with the approval of the 
Association. 

ARTICLE VII - Amendments 

This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended at any regular annual 
meeting by a two-thirds majority vote of the messengers present, provided 
the proposed amendment shall have been presented in written form on the 
first day of the annual meeting. The vote on any proposed amendment so 
presented may be deferred until the second day if requested by a majority 
vote of the messengers present. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I,- Election of Officers 

All general officers of this Association shall be elected at each annual 
meeting upon the recommendation of the Nominating Committee. The terms 
of office to begin at the conclusion of the annual meeting and to continue until 
the close of the next annual meeting. Any vacancies occurring in the interim 
shall be filled by the Executive Committee. 



ARTICLE II - Duties of Officers 

Section 1. THE MODERATOR: The Moderator shall preside over the 
meetings of the Association and discharge such duties as are incumbent on the 
presiding officers of a deliberative body and shall also serve as chairman of 
the Executive Committee. He shall serve not more than two years consecu- 
tively. He shall appoint during the first session committees to report at the 
Annual Associational Meeting. These committees are: Resolutions and any 
other committees. 

Section 2. THE VICE-MODERATOR: The Vice-Moderator shall perform 
the duties of the Moderator in the absence of or at the request of the Modera- 
tor. 

Section 3. THE CLERK: The Clerk shall record and preserve the pro- 
ceedings of the Association and have the same printed and distributed subject 
to the approval of the Moderator and Treasurer. 

Section 4. THE TREASURER: The Treasurer shall preserve all monies 
paid into the body and pay the same upon the instruction of the Association, or 
Missions Committee. He shall make a quarterly report to the Executive Com- 
mittee and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 5. THE HISTORIAN: The Historian shall record and keep a 
record of such items as would be of interest to a future historian, in a book 
kept for that purpose. He shall keep a file of the Associational minutes. 

Section 6. THE TRUSTEES: The Trustees shall be three in number and 
shall hold title to all properties owned by the Association. No conveyance or 
deed-of-trust shall be executed affecting the title of said property except upon 
the instructions of the annual meeting of the Association or the Executive 
Committee. The Trustees shall serve terms of three years with one-third 
elected each year. 

ARTICLE III - The Executive Committee 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers 
of the Association, the pastors of the churches of the Association, and one lay 
member from each church. 

Section 2. The lay members shall be elected by the Church and reported 
to the Association on the Annual Associational Letter. The officers of the 
Association, heads of Associational Organizations and pastors are automatic- 
ally on the committee by virtue of the places of leadership they hold in the 
Association. 

Section 3. Duties of the Executive Committee: 

(a) To meet quarterly and upon call of the chairman. 

(b) To act for and on behalf of the Association between sessions. 

(c) To fill vacancies which may occur during the year in the person- 
nel of the Associational Officers or workers for the remainder of such unex- 
pired terms. 

(d) To make such recommendations as it may deem wise for the 
strengthening and upbuilding of the churches and the work of the Association. 

ARTICLE IV - The Missions Committee 

Section 1. The Missions Committee shall be composed of four pastors 
and three laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. The pastors shall 
be elected for a term of two years with one-half the number being elected 
each year. The laymen shall be elected for a term of three years with one- 
third of the number being elected each year. The committee shall elect its 
chairman and secretary each year. 

Section 2. Duties of the Missions Committee: To lead in our Associational 
Missions Program through: 

(a) General supervision and guidance of the Associational Mission 
Program. 

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(b) Seeking out an Associational Missionary, making nominations in 
event of vacancy. 

(c) Planning a Program of Activities -with the Associational Mission- 
ary. 

(d) The Recommendation of an Associational Budget to the Executive 
Committee meeting just prior to the annual meeting of the Association. 

(e) The supervision of the expenditure of the budget. 

(f) The enlistment of the churches in the active financial support of 
the Associational Mission program. 

ARTICLE V - The Credential and Ordination Committee 

Section 1. The Credential and Ordination Committee shall be composed 
of three pastors and two laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. 
The first named shall be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Credential and Ordination Committee: 

(a) Examine applications churches seeking admission into Association. 

(b) Make necessary recommendations to the Association. 

(c) Encourage all churches to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in 
ordaining men to the Gospel Ministry. 

(d) Upon the invitation of the church conducting the ordination, rep- 
resent the Association on the examining council. 

ARTICLE VI - The Nominating Committee 

Section 1. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of three pastors 
and two laymen to be appointed by the Moderator during the first session of 
each annual Associational Meeting. The first named shall be chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Nominating Committee: 

(a) To nominate the general officers of the Association. 

(b) To nominate the Associational Sunday School Superintendent. 

(c) To nominate the Associational Training Union Director. 

(d) To nominate the Orphanage, Hospital, Biblical Recorder, and 
Baptist Home for the aging representatives. 

(e) To nominate Associational Brotherhood president. 

(f) To nominate Associational Music Director. 

(g) To nominate the standing committees that are to function during 
the year between the sessions of the Association. 

(h) To fill vacancies occuring in any of the standing committees during 
the year. 

Section 3. All other officers are to be recommended by the heads of the 
organizations and departments to the Nominating Committee. 

ARTICLE VII - Committee on Evangelism 

Section 1. The Committee on Evangelism shall be composed of three 
members nominated by the Nominating Committee. The first named shall be 
the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Committee on Evangelism: 

(a) Study and keep the Association and trend of Baptism within the 
Association. 

(b) Plan and promote such meetings as will keep the cause of Evan- 
gelism before the Association. 

ARTICLE VIII - Program and Place Committee 

Section 1. This committee shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Associational Missionary and two laymen. 

Section 2. Duties: 

(a) This committee shall plan the program of the annual meeting as to 
time, place, and preacher and all necessary events. 

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(b) This program shall be presented to the Executive Committee at its 
last regular meeting before the Association. 

ARTICLE IX - Reports 

All reports to the Annual Associational Meeting are to be in the Associ- 
ational Missionary's office thirty (30) days prior to the Annual Associational 
Meeting. 

5)t >'fi # 9fi>'fi>k # >!< $: % >\i % >\< ^ # 

PROGRAM 

SIXTY -NINTH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

THEME: "Proclaim Liberty to All" 

NIGHT SESSION WITH H1GDONVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 
September 7, 1972 - 7:30 P.M. 

7:30 Call to Worship -Moderator 

Hymn No. 407 "Loyalty to Christ" Mr. John Johnson 

7:35 Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. Gene Hawkins 

Recognition of Pastors and Visitors . Moderator 

Enrollment and Statistical Report Mrs. Charles Hess 

Report of Committee on Order of 

Business Moderator 

7:50 Proclaim Liberty to all through Missions 

Associational Missions Rev. Cecil Frady 

Home Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

State Missions Mrs. Paul Ammons 

8:10 Proclaiming Liberty to All through Baptist Literature 

Biblical Recorder Report Mrs. Edd Brogden 

Speaker: Biblical Recorder Repres. 

8:25 Woman's Missionary Union Report Mrs. Minnie Berry 

8:35 Hymn No. 439 "Ready" Mr. John Johnson 

Business 

Executive Promotion Committee Report-Moderator 

Treasurer's Report Mrs. Betty Pendland 

Finance Committee Report Rev. Bill Shields 

Mission Committee Report Rev. Bill Shields 

Miscellaneous Business 
8:50 Hymn No. 2 "Love Divine, All Loves Excelling" -Mr. Johnson 
Annual Sermon and Benediction Rev. Jack. King 

DAY SESSION WITH BURNINGTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH 
Morning Session - September 8, 1972 - 9:30 A.M. 

THEME: "Proclaim liberty to All" 

Piano Meditation 
9:30 Hymn No. 420 "My Soul, Be on Thy Guard" - Mr. Johnson 

Scripture, Prayer & Welcome Rev. C. C. Welch 

9:40 Report on Evangelism Rev. J. S. Cunningham 

9:50 Cooperative Program Report Mr. Swann Elliott 

Speaker: Mr. Tom Green 

10:05 Baptist Foundation Report Mr. Gordon Maddrey 

Speake r 

10:15 Hymn No. 311 "There's a Glad New Song" - Mr. Johnson 

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10:20 Proclaiming Liberty through Social Service 

Home for the Aging Report Mr. John Roper 

Speaker Mr. Bill Poole 

Baptist Hospital Report Mr. Bruce Bryant 

Speaker Mr. Calvin Knight 

Children's Home Report Mr. Roy Rickman 

Speaker Mr. Hugh Star nes 

11:05 Hymn No. 199 "Free From the Law, O 

Happy Condition" ---Mr. Johnson 

11:25 Doctrinal Message Rev. Jim Crayton 

12:00- l:00-Fellowship and Lunch 

Grace for Noon Meal Rev. Luther Osment 

AFTERNOON SESSION 
September 8, 1972 - 1:00 P.M. 

1:00 Piano Meditation 

Hymn No. 40 "A Mighty Fortress is our God"- Mr. John Johnson 

Scripture and Prayer Rev. Harvey Stewart 

1:10 Report of Associational Committees -- Rev. C. C. Welch 

Report of Nominating Committee Moderator 

Place and Preacher Committee Moderator 

1:25 Proclaiming Liberty for all through Education 

Christian Education Report Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

Speaker 

Fruitland 

Seminary Extension Report Mrs. Hyldah Shepherd 

Truett Camp Report Rev. Ralph Easterly 

Baptist College 

2:00 Proclaiming Liberty for all through Associational Programs 

Vacation Bible School Mrs. Mary Powell 

Brotherhood Report 

G.A. Report Mrs. Charles McKay 

Church Training Report Mr. John Rogers 

Sunday School Report Mr. Verlin Curtiss 

Music Report Mr. John Johnson 

County Wide Deacon Report 

2:20 Honoring the Deceased Rev. M.I. Brock 

2:30 Report of the Resolutions Committee -- Mrs. Charles Pickens 

Mrs. Garland Willis 

2:35 Historian Report Miss Mae McCoy 

2:45 Hymn No. 207 "Rescue the Perishing"- Mr. Johnson 

2:50 Inspirational Message Rev. Alton Dendy 

Installation of Officers for 1972-73 Moderator 

Benediction Rev. Bill Smith 



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PROCEEDINGS 



of the 
SIXTY -NINTH ANNUAL SESSION 

of the 
MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

THEME: "Proclaim Liberty to All in 1972-73" 

The Macon Baptist Association met in its sixty-ninth annual session with 
the Higdonville Baptist Church on Thrusday evening, September 7, 1972. 
Mrs. Fred Corbin played a five-minute prelude at the piano while the evening 
session was gathering. 

THURSDAY EVENING - SEPTEMBER 7, 1972 

1. The Association was called to order by Moderator Rev. Earl Dendy. 
In the absence of the clerk, Mrs. Ruth Hess, a clerk protem had to be elect- 
ed; the moderator adked for nominations. Rev. C. C. Welch nominated Mrs. 
Jean Frady; this nomination was seconded by Mr. Fred Corbin and the 
nomination carried. 

2. Mr. John Johnson, Associational Music Director, led in singing 
"Loyalty to Christ" with Mrs. Fred Corbin at the piano. 

3. The host pastor, Rev. Gene Hawkins, welcomed the sixty-ninth ses- 
sion to Higdonville Baptist Church. Rev. Hawkins read II Corinthians 3:2-3, 
and led in prayer. 

4. At this time the moderator extended a welcome to pastors and visitors 
asking them to stand stating their name and church of their pastorate. Two 
new pastors were Rev. Billy Smith, Mt. Hope Baptist Church, and Rev. Glenn 
Whitley, Cowee Baptist Church. Also the state representatives were welcomed 
to the Association. 

5. The report on enrollment and statistics was submitted by Mrs. Cecil 
Frady, clerk protem. The clerk had received 41 letters representing 120 
messengers. A roll of the churches was called with those elected by their 
churches as messengers standing to constitute the governing body of the Asso- 
ciational meeting. The clerk protem moved the adoption of the statistical 
summary to be accepted as information. Also moved was acceptance of the 
attending messengers and other duly appointed messengers who might arrive 
later to constitute the sixty-ninth annual session of the Macon Baptist Asso- 
ciation. The motion passed and the report was adopted. 

6. The moderator pointed out two corrections in the Book of Reports: 

1. The nominating committee typed in the Book of Reports was the 
1972 nomination committee. 

2. The deceased listed under West Union Baptist Church should have 
listed as messengers rather than deceased. 

7. The printed program was adopted with the necessary modifications to 
be made. 

8. Rev. Cecil Frady called attention to the Associational Missions Re- 
port and spoke to this report. 

ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS REPORT 



We are so very grateful for the thirty seven churches that has contri- 
buted to the support of the Association this year. Twenty six churches have 
increased their gifts this Associational Year. For this we're thankful, but 
we are looking forward for all forty seven churches to have apart in Asso- 
ciational Missions. 

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For the many Baptisms reported this year we are most grateful unto 
God for this is fullfilling the Great Commission "Go ye therefore, and teach 
all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of 
the Holy Ghost. (Matt. 28:19). Still our greatest need in our Association is 
for each Christian to take up his or her cross and follow Christ daily that we 
might Witness for Him together, who gave us so much. Verse 20 in Matt. 28 
also says "Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded 
you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. We long 
to see our young converts taught, and to have more unity, love, and coopera- 
tion among our people in our Association. 

Some churches have remodeled and expanded their buildings and added 
Sunday School Rooms, built new Sanctuary and paved parking lots and many 
other improvements. 

Through all the accomplishments there has been some slackness of the 
attendance of the Executive Promotion Committee Meetings and also Pastors 
Conference. Our Bible teaches us not to be slothful, and to do God's work 
decent and in order. It is hard to carry on business when we don't have many 
to attend. Pastors conference is for the pastors to help strengthen one anoth- 
er and discuss any problems and pray together. We hope to see all our pas- 
tors interested in these conferences in the coming year that we might help 
each other: Also, the Executive Committee Meeting is to carry on the business 
of the Association between the Annual Meetings. We only have four a year 
and this includes the pastor one laymen of each church and all Associational 
officers. We need your presence to carry on this great work. 

Respectfully submitted, Cecil M. Frady, Assoc. Missionary 

9. The Home Missions Report prepared by Mrs. Connie Campbell was 
received as information. 

HOME MISSIONS REPORT 

In our Nation there are approximately 80 million not identified with any 
religious group and a high percentage of church members, existing in name 
only, relating to the work of Christ. So our Home Missionaries and those 
who serve Christ in America are placed in the midst of one of the great evan- 
gelism and mission fields in the world. What we do in America will determine 
a lot in the spread of the Gospel around the world. 

High cost of living and slow down in giving has affected the mission force. 
Two thirds of all missionaries are supported by state conventions and one- 
third supported by Home Missions. This mission force serves in all fifty 
states, Puerto Rico, and Panama. 

The Division in Evangelism has added staff members for special work 
in TV, Bus and Renewal Efforts in Evangelism. In Bus Evangelism William 
Powell and renewal evangelism,. Reid Hardin. 

There are 909 Southern Baptist Ministers serving as Chaplains. This 
includes military, hospitals, institutions and industry. This is an increase 
over last year. 

The Church, loans have broadened their services and disaster help was 
provided last year in Hurricane that hit Coast of Texas and relief provided in 
helping California recover from the earthquake. 

The Home Mission Board sponsored 693 Student Summer Personnel in 
1971. Eighty-seven of the 693 sponsored by the Board received no compen- 
sation and 21 paid their own travel expenses. 

The theme in Home Mission work "Extend Now" is being emphasised. 
"Extend Now" stresses the use of organized work, such as Sunday School, 
Vacation Bible Schools and other organizations. 

Reduced funds have slowed the appointment of qualified people. Lets 
help in this financial pinch in our Home Mission Work. Almost 1/2 budget 
comes from Annie Armstrong Offerings and that is not enough. Let's pray 
and give to help doors open and dreams come true for the future of Home 
Missions. Respectfully submitted, Connie Campbell 

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10. The Foreign Missions Report was prepared by Miss Barbara Roper 
and was received as information. 

FOREIGN MISSIONS REPORT 



At the close of 1971 the Foreign Mission Board had an overseas mission- 
ary staff of 2, 926 in 75 geographical or political entities. Appointments during 
the year totaled 226. Organized churches with which Southern Baptist mis- 
sionaries are related on mission fields now total 6, 045, of which more than 
70 per cent are self-supporting, Educational institutions under Baptist aus- 
pices in many countries include all levels from kindergarten through univer- 
sity. Publication ministries are also an important part of Southern Baptist 
overseas missions, as all kinds of Christian literature are provided for pur- 
poses of evangelism and the developing of church life. 

The program of hospitals and medical care serve the physical need of 
thousands of people who would otherwise be neglected and often open doors 
for evangelistic witness. During 1972 missionaries and national workers 
engaged in this ministry treated nearly 50, 000 inpatients and more than 
941, 000 outpatients. 

Benevolent ministries include agricultural programs, good will and 
community centers, children's homes, and direct relief work. During 1972 
Southern Baptist, through the Foreign Mission Board, provided funds for 
victims of disease, war, and natural disasters in several countries. 

Southern Baptist Missions and National Baptist groups in dozens of 
countries continue to call for reinforcements in missionary personnel. Some 
requests are still not filled even though they have been repeated for several 
years and are still urgent. May we continue to be joined in prayer for this 
great cause. 

Submitted by Barbara Roper 

11. The State Missions Report was prepared by Mrs. Paul Ammons and 
received as information. 

STATE MISSIONS REPORT 

The third Sunday in September is set for State Missions Day; a time for 
prayer and offering. We are happy to report that Macon County had a good 
increase in Mission giving over the year 1970. We are grateful to God for 
this increase. 

When we give to State Missions we help struggling churches, assist in 
starting new missions, and help other until they can help themselves. We 
have received state aid in our Macon Baptist Office and Field Worker's Home 
in our Association. Also some of our churches receive aid in paying their 
pastors' salaries and aid in purchasing property. 

How much will you do in 1972 that others might be helped through our 
support ? 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Paul Ammons 

12. All missions reports were adopted at this time. Following the 
adoption of the reports, Rev. Cecil Frady presented a plaque for display 
during the annual meeting; this plaque honors Mrs. Paul West who donated 
the property for the Associational Office and Home and will be hung in the 
Associational Office after this meeting. 

13. The Biblical Recorder Report was prepared by Mrs. Edd Brogden 
and was spoken to by Rev. Woodrow Hill, Field Representative of the Biblical 
Recorder. 



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BIBLICAL RECORDER REPORT 

The BIBLICAL RECORDER is nearing the 100, 000 mark in circulation-- 
thanks to churches and individuals all over the state who have helped to bring 
this about. Once this goal is reached, new ones will be set as part of a con- 
tinuing effort to put the RECORDER in every Baptist home in North Carolina. 

Not only in circulation progress, but in other ways this has been a good 
year for the RECORDER. During this year, Woodrow W. Hill, well-known 
pastor and writer, came with the RECORDER as field representative. He 
will be speaking in associations, churches, pastors 1 conferences and in other 
meetings all over the state. Thus he will join the editor and associate editor 
in seeking to carry the RECORDER message to every corner of North Carc- 
lina. 

This was also the year that the RECORDER went to computer. Because 
of growing circulation, this had to be done. 

As it has in the past, the RECORDER seeks to keep North Carolina Bap- 
tist informed on important issues. This is a heavy responsibility and the 
editor and his staff feel keenly the need of your prayers as they seek to be 
good stewards to North Carolina Baptists. If your church does not have the 
RECORDER in the budget, or if it does not have a club at all, please take 
the leadership in seeing that this situation is corrected in the coming year. 
The RECORDER will be 140 years old next January 18. Those responsible 
for its publication each week recommit themselves to this important ministry 
of the printed word. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Edd Brogden 

14. Mrs. Minnie Berry moved the adoption of the WMU Report. The 
motion carried. 

WMU REPORT 

The year began with a Leadership Conference held at Franklin First 
Church. Twelve churches were represented at this meeting held to help new 
officers learn about the materials needed to carry on the work in each church. 

In November our Foreign Mission study course was taught at the First 
Church. The study was entitled "New Drums over Africa". 

In December the Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions was observed 
and the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering emphasized. 

During the WMU Focus Week in February, the Home Missions study 
course was taught at West Franklin Baptist Church. "Catalyst in Missions" 
was the title of this study book. 

In March the Week of Prayer for Home Missions was held and the Annie 
Armstrong Offering collected. 

Our annual meeting was held April 4th, 1972 at Franklin First Baptist 
Church. The speaker was Mr. Boone Messer who showed a film "To Russia 
With Love". The theme of the meeting was "Freedom's Holy Light". 

In May the WMU furnished the refreshments for the dedication of the 
New Macon Baptist Associational Building. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Minnie Berry 

15. Mr. John Jonnson led the group in singing "Ready". 

16. The moderator appointed Rev. J. S. Cunningham, Rev. Gene Haw- 
kins, Rev. Mack Reed, Mr. Bob Bishop, and Mr. Fred Stiles to serve on 
the nominating committee. 

17. The Executive Promotion Committee Report was given orally by 
the moderator. 

1. Agreed to complete basement of Associational Home. 

2. Agreed to authorize the trustees to give back a part of the Floyd 
Welch right-of-way which would not be used by the Association. 
This transaction was completed September 7, 1972. 

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3. Elected Rev. M. I. Brock to fill the unexpired term of Rev. J. W, 
Myers as General Board member. 

Mr. Fred Corbin moved the oral report be accepted. The motion was 
seconded by Mr. John Johnson and carried. 

18. In the absence of the treasurer, Rev. Cecil Frady spoke to the 
Treasurer's Report. Rev. Frady moved the adoption of the Report and Rev.. 
Judson Hall seconded the motion. The Report was adopted. 

TREASURER'S REPORT 
July 1, 1971 through June 30, 1972 

Balance Brought Forward from Previous Year $2, 896. 43 

Contributions for Year: 

Bethel Hill $ 5.00 Mashburn Branch 112.00 

Black Mountain 6.00 Mt. Hope 563.52 

Briartown 12.00 Nantahale No. 2 4.00 

Burningtown 143.00 Newman's Chapel 512.40 

Calvary 35.00 Oak Dale 8. 00 

Cartoogechaye 1,000.00 Oak Grove 127.68 

Clear Creek 102.94 Pine Grove 148.00 

Cowee -- 768.00 Pleasant Hill 100.00 

Cowetta 5.00 Prentiss 130.00 

East Franklin 51.00 Ridgecrest 423.88 

Ellijay 105.00 Shortoff 177.16 

Franklin First 2,151.45 Sugar Fork 142.00 

Goldmine 197.00 Walnut Creek 24.00 

Higdonville 250.00 Watauga 78.00 

Highlands 724.00 Wells Grove 126.75 

Holly Springs -- 385.87 West Franklin 158.00 

Ietla 495.00 West Union - 43.51 

Liberty 195.00 Windy Gap 245.00 

Longview 430.00 Anonymous Donors 959.51 

Long Distance Tel. Calls 35.39 

Cecil Frady (on rug for office and material storage house) 175. 38 

Linda Frady (Upholstering couch in office) 35.40 

J.C. Jacobs (seed, fertilizer for lawn) 191.50 

R. D. Carson 25.00 

Mimograph paper sold 2.00 

James Me dlin 3.95 

N. C. Bapt. State Convention - - ~ h 891> 00 

Total Contributions for year $15, 505. 17 

Borrowed from First Union National Bank $9, 000. 00 

(less int.) 90. 00 

$8, 910.00 

Withdrawal Savings Acct. Macon Bldg. Loan 10, 895. 60 

Interest earned 258.76 

II, 154. 36 

Borrowed from First Union National Bank 11,500.00 

Total, All Income received during year $49, 965. 96 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Office Rent $ 150. 00 

Office Phone 227.46 

Postage & Mailing permit 88.80 

Electricity -- 346.54 

Telephone 185. 69 

Rent (Field Worker) -- 450.00 

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Nanathala Power Light $ 17.52 

Rev. Cecil Frady (Salary & Travel) 6,200.03 

Annuity (Rev. Cecil Frady) 633.38 

Rev. Cecil Frady (Ex. Evangelistic Conference) 50.00 

Claude Welch 25,550.00 

Franklin Const, (gravel) 53.49 

BKC Const, (gravel, dozer, pipe)-- 1,793.17 

Brown & Carson (fertilize, seed) 191.50 

Macon Co. Supply (drapery rods) 7 6.47 

Nantahala Lumber Co. (drapery rods) 18.76 

Rev. Tim Norman (M Night) 25.00 

Macon Co. Supply (Sealer for Basement) 13.47 

Bates Ready Mix (Walk) 46.00 

West Bldg. Supply, Walk 14.00 

West Bldg. Supply, storm doors 119.51 

West Bldg. Supply (material for storage house) 40.00 

J. B. Tippett-Upholstering 35.40 

Imperial, put down office rug 25.00 

Henry Office Supply 2.53 

Hilton Bus. Equip. 4.78 

Gray & Creech Office Supplies 79.66 

Bapt. Book Store (VBS) 31.79 

Town Franklin (Water tap) 135.00 

Betty Pendland, Treasurer 100.00 

Franklin Ins. (Bldg. Risk) 146.00 

Macon Co. Register deeds (loan) 5.50 

Loan Interest First Union 115.00 

Macon Co. Bldg. Loan Assoc, plus interest 10, 759. 00 

Total Disbursements for year $47, 730. 45 

Balance on hand June 30, 1972, Regular checking account $2,235.51 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Betty Penland 

19. The moderator recognized Rev. Bill Shields who in turn recognized 
Rev. Cecil Frady. The Finance Committee Report and the proposed budget 
was presented by Rev. Frady. A motion was made to adopt this report. Mr. 
Fred Corbin seconded the motion and it carried. 

BUDGET 1972-73 

SALARIES: 

Field Worker's Salary - $5,200.00 

Treasurer's Salary - - 100.00 

Clerk's Salary -- 100.00 

Total Salaries -- $5, 400. 00 

GENERAL EXPENSE: 

Water, Lights, heat 850.00 

Field Worker's Travel Expense 1,000.00 

Field Worker's Convention Expense 300.00 

Field Worker's Annuity 400.00 

Office Phone 300.00 

Printing of Minutes (extras) 60.00 

Office Supplies and Postage 225.00 

Maintenance 150.00 

Total General Expenses $ 3, 285. 00 

PROMOTIONAL EXPENSES 

Sunday School 50.00 

Training Union - 50.00 

Brotherhood & R A's 50.00 

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Woman's Missionary Union $125.00 

Missions Committee 25.00 

Music Department 25.00 

Vacation Bible School 50. 00 

Total Promotional Expenses $ 350. 00 

Grand Total - - $9,035.00 

Less Convention Supplement 2,375.00 

To be raised by the churches $6,660.00 

HOUSE PAYMENT 1973 

Pledges and love gifts needed from churches in 1973 for 

House Payment $5, 175. 62 

20. Rev. C. C. Welch offered an amendment to the Constitution as found 
on page 5 of the 1971 Associational Minutes. Article IV, Section I, Part I. 

As amended to read: 

The Association shall meet annually on Thursday evening and Friday follow- 
ing the second Sunday in August. The Associational year shall begin July 1, 
and end June 30. 

This amendment was seconded by Rev. Judson Hall and was adopted by 
the Association. No one opposed. 

21. Mr. John Johnson led in singing "Love Divine, All Love Excelling". 

22. The time having come for the Annual Sermon, the moderator pre- 
sented Rev. Jack King, Cartoogechaye Baptist Church. The Scriptural pas- 
sage used by Rev. King was found in Matthew 28:19-20 and the subject of his 
sermon was "Let's Live". Rev. King asked Mr. Johnson to lead in singing 
"Just As I Am" and challenged the congregation to proclaim "Liberty to All" 
through Soul-Winning. Everyone present joined hands around the sanctuary. 
Rev. C. C. Welch led in the closing prayer. Adjournment was at 9:30 p.m. 

Rev. Earl Dendy, Moderator 
Mrs. Cecil Frady, Clerk Protem 

FRIDAY MORNING - SEPTEMBER 8, 1972 

BURNINGTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH 

23. Burningtown Baptist Church was host for the Friday morning session. 
Moderator Earl Dendy called this second session to order at 9:30 a.m. Mr. 
Fred Corbin, in the absence of Mr. John Johnson, led the group in singing 
"Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus". 

The piano accompaniement was provided by Mrs. Fred Corbin. 

24. Rev. C.C. Welch, pastor of the host church, extended a welcome 
to those attending the Friday session. He chose as his Scripture Romans 
14:10 and followed the reading of the Scripture with a prayer thanking God 
for our Association and asking His blessings on our work. 

25. The Evangelism Report prepared by Rev. J. S. Cunningham was 
received as information and spoken to by Mr. Jimmy Henson who enumerated 
on the -many opportunities for evangelism in our state today. 

EVANGELISM REPORT 



It is exciting what the Holy Spirit is doing through the ministry of evan- 
gelism in our state. 6, 000 youth and adults in 425 churches have now parti- 
cipated in Lay Evangelism Schools or Pastor's Retreats. Forty-two asso- 
! ciations already have confirmed dates for schools. We thank God for this 
tremendous response to the important emphasis of lay witnessing. This will 
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Over 2, 400 pastors and lay persons attended the 26th Statewide Evangel- 
ism Conference in Fayetteville last February. Special conferences were held 
with practical emphasis on different phases of evangelism during the first 
afternoon session. Outstanding speakers challenged pastors to involve their 
people in the total ministry of evangelism through the church. 

The Division of Evangelism in cooperation with the Department of Com- 
munications and the Division of Church Programs sponsored a Statewide 
Communications, Evangelism and Administration Conference in Greensboro 
in May. The purpose was to help pastors and others communicate the Gospel 
of Christ more effectively. 

A new week at the North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Southport during 
June 12-16 was Youth Ministries Week with inspiration and training in Evan- 
gelism, Vocational Guidance and Recreation. All evening sessions were cen- 
tered around Bible Study and a workshop experience in learning how to wit- 
ness for Christ. Over 600 youth and adults were present for the week. On 
Friday evening 113 youth made different kinds of public decisions. Next June 
we will have another Youth Ministries Week. 

Almost 20, 000 youth, pastors and adult leaders are expected to attend the 
2nd Statewide Youth Evangelism Night on August 18 at the Greensboro Coliseum. 
It is evident that God is working through Christian youth today to share His 
Gospel in a thrilling, significant manner. 

Let us rejoice in the excellent reports of revival meetings, city-wide 
evangelistic crusades and associational evangelism clinics during the past 
year. It is our hope and prayer that we shall continue to have a strong in- 
crease in baptisms this coming year that many more persons may experience 
Christ by genuine faith commitment. 

The 27th Statewide Evangelism Conference will be February 5-7, 1973 at 
Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte. 

Remember to pray earnestly for the leadership of the Holy Spirit in the 
total ministry of evangelism in North Carolina, our nation and our world. 
Respectfully submitted, Rev. J. S. Cunningham 

26. The Baptist Foundation Report, prepared by C. Gordon Maddrey, 
was received as information and was also spoken to by Mr. Jimmy Henson. 

BAPTIST FOUNDATION REPORT 

The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. , is a charitable corporation. 
It was chartered on November 24, 1920, under the laws of the State of North 
Carolina. As a charitable corporation, it and its donors presently have cer- 
tain tax savings. 

It was created by the Convention for the purpose of procuring endowment 
funds and for administering such funds, for all institutions and agencies, 
owned and controlled by the Convention. It is independent of the causes it 
serves, but committed to their best interests. It is not a competitive agency, 
but a service agency dedicated to the task of undergirding all of our Baptist 
work. 

Any property owner who wishes to do so - Baptist or non-Baptist, resi- 
dent or non-resident, man or woman, young or old, can use the Baptist Foun- 
dation through cash, securities (stocks, bonds, notes, mortgages); real 
property (farms, woodland, houses, lots); and any and every other kind of 
property, real or personal. These gifts can be in the form of a living trust, 
gift annuity, or by bequests in wills. 

The Baptist Foundation stands ready at all times to aid individuals in 
making adequate preparation to use of the foregoing methods in providing for 
any agency or institution fostered by the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina or any of the Southern Baptist Convention agencies or institutions. 

When one uses the Baptist Foundation, one is EXTENDING HIS STEWARD- 
SHIP IN PERPETUITY. This can and dees bring a great deal of satisfaction 
and joy to the person who uses the Foundation for this purpose. 

Respectfully submitted, C. Gordon Maddrey, Ex. Sec. 

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27. The Cooperative Program Report was prepared by Swann Elliott and 
was received as information. 

COOPERATIVE PROGRAM REPORT 



The Cooperative Program is a part of the tithes and your offerings given 
through your church. Thus, your dedicated life with a part of your day-to- 
day labor goes toward witnessing to a lost world. 

The Cooperative Program is sharing your love of God through 6, 000 
state, home and foreign missionaries. Last year they were instrumental in 
bringing more than 66, 000 people to Christ who in turn followed Him into the 
waters of baptism. 

The Cooperative Program is busy training capable leaders by helping 
students with scholarships in more than 800 Baptist schools with more than 
100, 000 pupils around the world. 

The Cooperative Program is ministering to the needs of the sick through 
21 Baptist hospitals and 105 clinics in many nations. You helped more than 
1, 000, 000 patients last year who could not pay the cost of their care. The 
Cooperative Program aids in bringing shelter, food, clothing and other neces 
sities of life to 8, 000 homeless children plus more than 2, 000 elderly people 
through Children's Homes and Homes for the Aging throughout the world. 

Last year 1, 020 Baptist churches in North Carolina increased Coopera- 
tive Program giving by 10 percent or more over what they contributed the 
previous year. Did the church where you serve increase this much? 

Will you do two things? 
1. Will you lead the church where you serve to make a worthy increase 
in Cooperative Program giving ? 

2. Will you pray for your missionaries and other Cooperative Program 
causes each day? 

Respectfully submitted, Swann Elliott 

28. At this time Mr. Fred Corbin led the group in singing "Higher 
Ground". Also at this time Moderator Dendy reminded the session of the 
theme of our Associational meeting this year "Proclaiming Liberty to All". 

29. The Annuity Board Report prepared by Rev. Judson Hall was re- 
ceived as information and was spoken to by Luther Osmit. 

ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 

We had one church in our Association to provide a retirement plan for 
their pastor this year. We now have a total of four churches providing this 
protection for their pastors. 

This protection plan provides early retirement, disability and benefit 
for widow. 

Churches your pastor needs some kind of protection for old age and 
provision for his family in case something happened to him. 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. Judson Hall 

30. The Children's Homes Report prepared by Roy Rickman was spoken 
to by Rev. Cecil Frady in the absence of Hugh Starnes. 

CHILDREN'S HOMES REPORT 



The child care and family service ministry of the Baptist Children's 
Homes in Western North Carolina is an exciting and rewarding experience. 
Children, to whom we minister, are responding in a wonderful way to the 
Christian love and care provided them. 

Broyhill Home in Haywood County, opened last year, has served to 
strengthen all of our services to children and members of their families in 

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the Western area of the State. This facility has been a blessing to the twenty- 
nine children who live there as well as those who have made it possible. The 
children have adjusted readily to school, church and community life in general. 
They are happy with the beautiful and comfortable cottages in which they live 
and with the care afforded them by members of the staff. 

Through the generosity of many friends, we have under construction two 
additional cottages at Broyhill Home. One is being made possible by the 
people at the Haywood Baptist Association — the other by members of the J.E. 
Broyhill family of Lenoir for whom the campus is named. When completed 
in December of this year we will have four cottages with a capacity for slightly 
over fifty children. Remaining to be built is the administration building and 
a .home for the local superintendent. 

The Maternity Home in Asheville has been in operation for two years and 
has met a great need in the lives of the more than thirty girls with whom we 
have worked. Many lives have been changed for good for time and eternity 
as a result of this ministry. There wijl be a continuing need for this as a 
rraternity home and for teenage girls who can use this as a group care facility. 

The contribution of our Baptist people through the Cooperative Program, 
the Thanksgiving Offering and special gifts are essential to our continued 
operation and are received with deep appreciation. An increasing number of 
friends are finding rewarding stewardship opportunities through the establish- 
ment of trusts for the Homes and by means of wills and estate planning for 
the needs of dependent children. 

It shall be the purpose of the Homes in the future, as in the past, to pro- 
vide a strong child care and family service ministry in an effort to meet the 
needs of those who turn to us for assistance. Your continuing interest, pray- 
ers and support are essential to this vital ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, Roy Rickman 

31. The Baptist Hospital Report prepared by Bruce Bryant and the Homes 
for the Aging Report prepared by John Roper were spoken to by Rev. Cecil 
Frady and Calvin Knight. 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

The distinctiveness of Baptist Hospital's ministry lies not alone in its 
care for charity patients, but also in the type of service it renders to all its 
patients, and to many other people throughout our state and nation and around 
the world. 

As an academic Medical Center it is engaged in research and in education, 
as well as direct patient care. The ministry through research is far-reaching 
since new discoveries in medicine offer new hope to people everywhere. The 
educational ministry also extends around the world, since graduates of the 
Bowman Gray School of Medicine serve in 88 counties of North Carolina, in 
47 states and the District of Columbia, and in 25 different countries. Alumni 
of the School of Pastoral Care serve in almost every state and in 39 other 
countries. 

The quality of direct patient care provided at Baptist Hospital is distinct 
in at least two respects. First, it is a specialized type of medical care, 
provided for referral patients who have rare or complicated medical prob- 
lems. Because of the highly- skilled specialists in almost every area of 
medicine, and the elaborate equipment available for diagnosis and treatment, 
we are able to provide the kind of care which is available only in a large 
medical center. Ours is one of only 108 such medical centers in the United 
States. 

In addition to offering this kind of medical expertise, a second distinctive 
of our patient care is the Christian concern for the total person with all his 
needs. This spirit is found among physicians, nurses, aides, and other 
personnel throughout the Center. The Department of Pastoral Care seeks to 

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minister specifically to the spiritual and emotional needs of patients and their 
families. 

Baptist Hospital does continue to serve patients who cannot pay for their 
hospital care. Even with the tightening of admission policies and procedures, 
only one person in twelve months--i.e. , one in approximately 17, 000 applica- 
tions for admissions--was not helped. In 1971, charitable allowances amount- 
ing to $1, 370, 000 were issued to patients unable to pay in full. The Mother's 
Day Offering of $371, 000 helped make this charity work possible. 

The hospital takes pride in its record of charitable work, but would like 
to help our Baptist people to understand that there are other aspects of its 
work also which justify its existance as an institution of our Convention and 
make it worthy of the support of our churches. 

The operating deficit has been eliminated and the hospital is now operating 
"in the black". 

The new patient tower is being completed and some departments have 
already moved into the lower levels. Complete occupation should take place 
by January, 1973. One additional unit, a two story unit housing the emergency 
room and out-patient clinic, is scheduled to be completed by 1973. This will 
conclude the present development program. 

Respectfully submitted, Bruce Bryant 

HOMES FOR THE AGING REPORT 



This has been the best year that we have ever had in our twenty-one 
years. The special Offering for the Homes and support through the Coopera- 
tive Program reflect an encouraging increase. Through these two vital 
sources, the Homes during the past year derived almost 30% of the total oper- 
ating budget in the care of the residents and patients, with 20% coming from 
the offering, and 10% through the Cooperative Program. The most significant 
fact about this support from our Baptist people is that the majority of the 
residents in the Homes are persons with real financial needs, and these love 
gifts are used for their care. In fact, these gifts are a lifeline to the resi- 
dents, and they could not be maintained without them. The greatest challenge 
to our Baptist people is to continue to increase the Special Offering from year 
to year, and thus keep pace with the needs of the residents who depend so 
greatly on it. 

Our Baptist Homes now operate five resident Homes, with two located 
in Winston-Salem, and one each in Albemarle, Hamilton, and Yanceyville. 
These Homes have a capacity for 162 residents. In addition, there is a 
Nursing Care Unit, located in Winston-Salem, with a capacity for 63 patients. 
In these Homes we specialize in tender loving care and do not know of any 
place this side of Heaven, and outside of one's home, where a person can 
receive more compassionate Christian care. 

Of great significance during the past year, in May, was the dedication 
of the York Wing of the Nursing Care Unit. With this new addition, the 
Baptist Homes have been able to receive some few persons, on a limited 
basis only, directly as patients. The majority of the beds in the Nursing 
Care Unit are used for the residents of the five Homes, when nursing care 
becomes necessary. We are glad that the base of our operation has been 
broadened to include a ministry to the aging sick person, and we can only 
hope that we will move forward and be able to receive more patients in the 
years ahead. 

Respectfully submitted, John Roper 

32. Rev. M. I. Brock moved that the reports given during the morning 
session be received as information and adopted. The motion was seconded 
and adopted. 

33. At this time Mr. Fred Corbin and Mr. Berlon Deal were asked to 
serve on the Place and Preacher Committee along with the Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, and Field Worker. 

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34. The group joined in the singing of "Amazing Grace". 

35. Rev. Jim Crayton brought the Doctrinal Message entitled "Christ 
Crucified". His Scriptural basis was I Corinthians 1:23-24 and he enumer- 
ated on the topic that only those who have accepted Christ are the ones with 
wisdom and power. 

36. Following Rev. Crayton's message, Rev. C. C. Welch made a few 
comments and Luther Osment asked Grace for the noon meal. 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON - SEPTEMBER 8, 1972 

37. The third session of the Macon Baptist Association Annual meeting 
opened with works of thanks to the Higdonville and Burningtown churches for 
the wonderful hospitality shown us during our sessions this year. 

38. "To God Be the Glory" was led by Fred Corbin. 

39. Rev. Smith of Mt. Hope Baptist Church was recognized for scripture 
reading and prayer. 

40. The Truett Baptist Camp Report was prepared by Randall Frady 
and was received as information. Mr. Ralph Easterly gave a financial re- 
port for Truett Camp at this time. 

TRUETT BAPTIST CAMP REPORT 

Camp Truett embarked on a new phase of the camp program in the summer 
of 1972. The new phase began with the hiring of a full time camp director. 
This director lives in the George W. Truett home and is responsible for im- 
provements and maintenance of the carrp. His portion also includes the respon- 
sibility of a smooth- running camp, good sanitary conditions, adequate food 
supply and corresponsence during the off-season months. The man chosed 
for this position is Rev. Ralph Easterly, former pastor of the Tuckasegee 
Baptist Church of the Tuckasegee Baptist Association. 

The Girls in Action and Royal Ambassadors weeks at Camp Truett were 
well attended with only one week in which the attendance fell below forty. 
Most weeks, campers numbered forty-four to fifty. 

There were many decisions made during the summer at Camp Truett. 
The Camp Pastors spoke each night and challenged campers and counselors 
alike. 

In addition to Rev. Easterly, the camp employed seven full time staff 
members. There were additional counselors for the RA weeks brought to 
the camp by the Brotherhood Department fo the N. C. State Baptist Convention. 

There was another new addition to Camp Truett this summer. It was a 
one week Music Camp in which boys and girls, seventh grade and up, were 
in attendance. In addition to the three GA weeks, the three RA weeks, and 
the one week of music camp, Truett Camp was engaged by individual churches 
for a week or week end for retreats. 

Respectfully submitted, Randall Frady 

41. The Place and Preacher Report was presented by Rev. Cecil 
Frady. 

PLACE AND PREACHER REPORT 



The meeting next year will be held with the Sugarfork Baptist Church for 
the night session and with the Highlands First Baptist Church for the day 
session. 

The Rev. Glenn Whitley will deliver the Annual Sermon and the Rev. 
Gene Hawkins will bring the Doctrinal Sermon. 

42. Rev. Cecil Frady gave an oral report for the Fruitland Baptist 
Assembly. He also spoke to the Report for Christian Higher Education pre- 
pared by Mrs. Charles Cabe. 

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CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION REPORT 

The Baptist colleges in North Carolina continue to be grateful for the 
vital financial support which comes through the Cooperative Program. Out- 
side of student fees, the Cooperative Program is the largest financial source 
of annual income for our colleges. During the past year this amount was 
$1,924,000.00. 

One way our churches can help relieve the financial burden of our schools 
is through participation in the Baptist College Scholarship Offering Day. Every 
year many of our churches provide student aid funds for needy North Carolina 
Baptist students by means of this special offering of Father's Day. Other 
hurches prefer to include this as a regularly budgeted item. 

Some of the highlights of the past year are: 

The inclusive enrollment of the seven North Carolina Baptist colleges 
during the past academic year was 16, 609. 

Dr. John E. Weems became the sixth president of Meredith College. He 
was formerly Vice President of Finance and Administration of Middle Tennes- 
see State University. 

Gardner-Webb College received accreditation as a four-year college by 
the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. 

Seventy young men and women from the seven Baptist colleges worked in 
churches across North Carolina through the Baptist Youth Corps program. 
Their salaries are paid jointly by the colleges and the churches. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Charles Cabe. 

43. The Vacation Bible School Report was prepared by Mrs. Jack Powell 
and spoken to by Rev. Cecil Frady. 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL REPORT 

A report on VBS work cannot be complete at this time as all of the re- 
ports are not in. The reports which have come in have indicated a devotion 
on the part of the workers and a good quality of schools in the churches re- 
porting. 

At this time 15 churches have reported schools, one of which was at 
Ray's Chapel Church. Two churches used the summer worker and the Asso- 
ciational Youth Team helped in another school. An encouraging thing in this 
respect is that at least two churches which have previously used the summer 
worker are now having schools using entirely their own members. This is 
good, since this is the goal of the summer worker program. 

No matter how good the schools are or how many we have in our Asso- 
ciation, we must not be satisfied until we have reached every church with VBS 
for their people, adults where practical, as well as the boys and girls. 
Another place which needs serious attention in many of our schools is the 
follow-up on those who make decisions in the school. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Jack Powell 

44. The Church Training Report was prepared and submitted by John 
W. Rogers. 

CHURCH TRAINING REPORT 



We have seen another Training Union year go by, and we thank God for 
the blessing that it has brought to our hearts. This year has been spent most 
of all by visiting from church to church, which we have enjoyed. We see the 
need more than ever before for Training Union in all our churches. 

"M" Night was observed the first Monday night in November at the Wells 
Grove Baptist Church with over 200 in attendance. The Rev. Tim Norman 
brought a very inspiring message. Gold Mine Baptist Church took the attend- 
ance banner for the fourth year. 

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This year we have had the joy of starting a Training Union in Prentiss 
Baptist Church with the Rev. William Rice as their pastor. 

We have forty-eight churches and only nineteen have a Training Union, 
so we see there is a great need in our association. Your Training Union 
officers can not do it alone, but with your help and prayers we will see great 
results in this coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, John W. Rogers 

45. The Seminary Extension Report was prepared by Mrs. Hyldah S. 
Shepherd. 

SEMINARY EXTENSION REPORT 



The Enrollment for 1971 Seminary Extension Course was thirteen. 

The teachers were the Rev. Robert L. Clegg, Pastor of First Baptist 
Church, Sylva, N. C. and the Rev. Charles L. Dean, Pastor of East Sylva 
Baptist Church, Sylva, N. C. The course taught was Old Testament 171, 
A Study of Job, taken from the Broadman Bible Commentary, Volume IV, 
and the Study Guide was by Marvin Tate. 

This course was held at Franklin Center of the First Baptist Church. 

These courses are most helpful to pastors, church officers, and others 
who help in any duties of church work. Please make an extra effort to attend 
these classes. 

Respectfully submitted, Hyldah S. Shepherd 

46. The Nominating Committee Report was presented by Rev. C.C. 
Welch, chairman, See Directory of Association for Officers. 

47. At this time Rev. Jack King led in silent meditation honoring our 
deceased during the past year. The congregation bowed their heads in silent 
prayer as the names of our Beloved Dead were read. 



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IN MEMORIAM 

OUR BELOVED DEAD 



BETHEL HILL: 

Mr. Clifford Passmore 

BRIARTOWN: 

Mr. Frank Dalrymple 

BURNING TOWN: 

Mrs. Pearl Welch 

CALVARY: 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bradley 

CARTOOGECHAYE: 

Mr. Gene Williamson 

COWEE: 

Mr. Paul Potts 
Mr. Jess Bryson 

COWEETA: 

Mrs. Ethel Styles 
Miss Lizzie Holbrook 
Mr. Charlie Wiggins 

FRANKLIN, FIRST: 

Mrs. Charles Mashburn 
Mrs. Andy Gribble 
Mrs. Carlos Gutierrey 
Mr. Grover Jamison, Sr. 
Mr. George Massey 
Mr. Paul McCoy 
Mr. Willie Stanfield 

GOLD MINE: 

Mrs. Josephine Watts 

HIGDONVILLE: 

Mrs. Georgia Higdon 

HOLLY SPRINGS: 

Mr. G. F. Crisp 
Mrs. Nina Sutton 

IOTLA: 

Mrs. Dora Fouts 
Mr. Malcolm Dewees 

LIBERTY: 

Miss Flora Shepherd 
Mrs. Lillie Dalton 



LONG VIEW: 

Mr. Arthur Drake 

MASHBURN BRANCH: 

Mrs. Evalee Barrett 

MT. HOPE: 

Mrs. W.R. Waldroop 

Mrs. J. L. Martin 

Mr. Robert McCracken 

NEWMANS CHAPEL: 

Mr. Lester Norton 

OAK GROVE: 

Mrs. Ralph Welch 

PRENTISS: 

Mr. B. R. Ledford 

RIDGECREST: 

Mr. Carl Tippett 
Miss Diane Clouse 

ROSECREEK: 

Mrs. Cora Welch 
Mr. Jimmy Holden 

SHORTOFF: 

Mr. Dock Dalton 

TELLICO: 

Mr. Will Quinby 
Mr. Floyd Ramsey 

TESENTA: 

Mr. John Smith, Deacon 

WALNUT CREEK: 

Mrs. Jane Tilson 

WATAUGA: 

Mr. Jim Raby 
Mrs. Jim Raby 
Mr. Buster Mashburn 
Mrs. Martha Shuler 
Mrs. G. A. Cloer 

WELLS GROVE: 

Mr. Bill Mason 



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48. The Historical Report was submitted by and spoken to by Miss Mae 
McCoy. 

THE HISTORICAL REPORT 



The annual session of Macon Baptist Association held in 1971 was not so 
well attended as many before had been, but it is one to be remembered for 
the truly fine Christian spirit manifested in all the business transactions in 
the reports given and in fellowship at the noon meal. The messages delivered 
w.ere a challenge to all who profess the name of Christ. 

The completion of a new building was the one outstanding task of Macon 
Baptist during the last year and the dedication of this building was perhaps 
the greatest event. Open-house followed the dedication service and many of 
our people saw and enjoyed what had seemed the impossible. 

As a background concerning this task it seems appropriate to give some 
details of its beginnings and its progress. 

In the late 1960's the Missions Committee developed the idea of trying 
to buy land, centrally located, and erecting a building that would provide 
ample space for the following: 1. An office for the Field Worker and storage 
space for all materials needed for carrying out an effective program as an 
Associationsl Missionsry. 2. Provide nice and comfortable living quarters 
for our Associational Field Worker and his family; 3. Provide a chapel 
where associational business meetings, etc. could be held. 4. When all 
a-fore-said needs had been met - build a sanctuary where Baptists could 
assemble for a county-wide revival. 

Finally property, suitable and centrally located, required months of dili- 
gent searching and much inquiry. When a track was found the owner, Mrs. 
Paul West, was contacted as to the possibility of sale. Mrs. West consented 
to selling - a price was agreed upon and shortly all things were made ready 
for full transaction. By this time Mrs. West had fully decided that she would 
give this property, 1 58/10 acres, to Macon Baptist Association. The ones 
in charge of making this deal accepted this gift with thankful hearts. The 
good news was soon related. 

Ground Breaking took place on April 7, 1971. The following people were 
present for the eventful occasion: Rev. Thomas Lane, then Moderator of 
Macon Baptist Association, Rev. Cecil Frady, Field Worker in Macon Asso- 
ciation, Rev. Wiley Gibson, former Chairman of Missions Committee, Mrs. 
Betty Pendland, Treasurer of Macon Association, Rev. Earl Dendy, now 
Moderator of Macon Association, Mr. Goodlow Bowman, Contractor for 
graveling and excavating, and Claude Welch, Contractor for building of Bap- 
tist house. 

It would be amiss if I failed to mention the name Rev. J. W. Myers, 
then pastor of Cowee Baptist Church, and also serving as Macon Associa- 
tional Field Worker interim. He worked faithfully to strengthen all phases 
of church work in our association. Much progress toward our new building 
took place under his leadership. The land was secured, the plan for the 
building was drawn, the Blueprint was make, and much work on securing a 
street right-of-way. A member of Cowee Church, Gardner Holden, helped 
H.H. Plemmons survey the plot. H.H. Plemmons made the Blueprint - 
these two men did this work freely without pay. 

On May 28, 1972 a program of dedication was given and many saw for 
the first time a beautiful building well furnished - To many all this had seemed 
the impossible. 

The message of dedication was delivered by Dr. Howard Ford who is 
Superintendent of Missions for North Carolina Baptist State Convention. His 
message was indeed a challenge to our thinking and our stewardship toward 
supporting Associational Missions. Also a challenge to continue to plan 
whole-heartedly for Annual Associational Meetings where we can hear many 
interesting and informative reports about what Baptists are doing in our 

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county, our state, and our Southern Baptist Convention; when Christians 
fellowship together in Christian love; where we receive inspiration which can 
help churches and individuals keep Christ's Kingdom Work growing and glowing. 

A feeling of sadness was prevalent at the time of dedication because of 
the absence of Rev. Cecil Frady who had worked so diligently, faithfully, and 
prayerfully in every way in preparation for such an eventful occasion. Ill- 
ness had prevented him from attending. 

A recording of the dedication program was made and is in the Associa- 
tional Office. 
Other Information : 

~~ White Oak Flats Baptist Church was greatly blessed this year. There 
were 120 baptized into the fellowship of this church, Rev. Carl Roper is 
pastor. 

A county wide Youth Revival was held in the First Methodist Church of 
Franklin June 15-17 and in the First Baptist Church June 22-24. Rev. Charles 
Dean, pastor of East Sylva Baptist Church, delivered the messages at each 
of these services. Several exciting testamonies were also heard at these 
meetings. 

Macon Association welcomes Rev. Bill Smith and his family from High 
Point, N. C. He has come to serve as pastor of Mt. Hope Church. Also Rev. 
Tim Norman from Sylva, N. C. who has come to serve as full time pastor at 
Longview. 

On August 30, 1970 Rev. Tim Norman was ordained to the gospel minis- 
try at Windy Gap Baptist Church in Macon County. Tim's father, Rev. Grady 
Norman of Sylva, N. C. is now, and was then, serving as full-time pastor of 
Windy Gap Church. 

R v. J. W. Myers resigned as pastor at Cowee to accept Associational 
Missionary work in Swain and Graham Counties. He and his wife moved to 
their new home March 21, 1972 in Robinsville. Myers served as pastor of 
Cowee Church 4 1/2 years, and served as Interim Associational Missionary 
in Macon Association two different times and served on the Board of the Bap- 
tist State Convention. He will be missed by Macon Association. 

Wells Grove Baptist Church has recently completed their New Sanctuary. 
A program of dedication has also been rendered. Rev. Jud Duvall is pastor. 
Oak Grove has called Rev. Ernie Sanders as pastor. Oak Dale has called 
Rev. Howard Willis, Briartown - Rev. Johnny Raby. 

Church building improvements and grounds: Gold Mine added one Sunday 
School room and paved parking lot. Rev. Bill Shields is pastor. Oak Grove 
has paved parking lot and painted church outside. Ellijay has painted both 
inside and outside - Rev. Gene Hawkins is pastor. Walnut Creek has paved 
its church parking lot, Rev. W.K. Shields is pastor. Watauga has paved 
parking lot, Rev. J. S. Cunningham is pastor. 

Churches without pastors as of this writing: Ellijay, Calvary, Cowee, 
and Prentiss. 

God has blessed Macon Baptist in a marvelous way this year and we 
should praise his name unceasingly. 

All churches are making history whether it be good and great or not so 
good. May the work of next year in our churches be good, great and exciting 
because of the working of the Holy Spirit in the hearts of people. It can be 
done. 

Respectfully submitted, May McCoy, Historian 

49. Miss Mae McCoy moved the adoptions of all reports presented during 
the Friday session of the annual meeting. The motion carried. 

50. Mr. Fred Corbin led the congregation in singing "Rescue the Perish- 
ing". 

51. Following the singing, Rev. Alton Dendy brought the Inspirational 
Message. The Scriptural basis was John 5 and concerned the invalid at the 
Bethesda pool. 

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52. After Rev. Dendy's message, the Associational officers for 1972- 
73 were installed. Each officer was challenged to do the work of his office 
for the glory of the Lord. 

53. The congregation joined together in singing "Blest Be the Tie" and 
the Benediction was delivered by Rev. Billy Smith. Adjournment came 

at 2:40 p. m. 

Rev. Earl Dendy, Moderator 
Mrs. Linda Cabe, Clerk Protem 



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HISTORICAL RECORD 
North Carolina, Macon County Baptist Association 
Organized in 1904 



ear Church Moderator 

904 Franklin T.C.Bryson 

905 Sugarfork - J. W. Kesterson 

906 Briartown W. Bradley 

907 Cartoogechaye T.C.Bryson 

Coweeta T.C.Bryson 

Burningtown T. C. Bryson 

Watauga F.Morgan 

Liberty T.C.Bryson 

Pine Grove H. D. Dean 

Oak Grove H. D. Dean 

Iotla H. D. Dean 

Pleasant Hill H. D. Dean 

Mount Hope H. D. Dean 

Cowee H. D. Dean 

Prentiss H. D. Dean 

Sugar Fork J.C.Owens 

Holly Springs J. C. Owens 

Burningtown J. A. Bryson 

Franklin R. P. McCracken 

Nanahala H. D. Dean 

Watauga H. D. Dean 

Tellico H. D. Dean 

Iotla H. D. Dean 

Holly Springs H. D. Dean 

Cowee H. D. Dean 

Ridge Crest W.M.Lee 

Sugarfork A.S. Solesby 

Pleasant Hill A. S. Solesby 

Pine Grove A. S. Solesby 

Briartown A. S. Solesby 

Franklin A. S. Solesby 

Oak Grove A.S. Solesby 
Rainbow Springs J. E. Rickman 

Coweeta J. E. Rickman 

Cartoogechaye J. E. Rickman 

Clear Creek J. E.Rilckman 

Ellijay J. E. Rickman 

Newman Chapel J. E. Rickman 

Burningtown C.C.Welch 

Watauga C.C.Welch 

Goldmine J. H. Stockton 

Holly Springs J. H. Stockton 

Mount Hope J. H. Stockton 

Cowee J.H.Stockton 

Highlands J.H.Stockton 

Ridge Crest J.H.Stockton 

Sugarfork J. H. Stockton 

Franklin J. H. Stockton 

Watauga 

Oak Grove H. H. Stocktor 

Iotla 

Newman's Chapel W.L.Sorrells 

Tellico 

Longview M.W. Chapman 

Ellijay 



Clerk Preached Sermon 

H. D. Dean J.A.Brendel 

H.D. Dean J.W.Watson 

H.D. Dean W.L.Bradley 

H. D. Dean A . S. Solesby 

H. D. Dean J. R. Pendergrass 

H.D. Dean T.C.King 

H.D. Dean W.L.Bradley 

A. C. Hurst T.J.Vinson 

A. C. Hurst R. P. McCracken 

Robert Ramsey F.M.Morgan 

Robert Ramsey B.S.West 

J. M. Carpenter W. T. Potts 

J. M. Carpenter R. T. Vann 

J. M. Carpenter A. S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter W.L.Bradley 

J. M. Carpenter J.C.Owens 

J. M. Carpenter A.S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter J. A. Bryson 

Robert Ramsey D. C. McCoy 

Robert Ramsey W. L. Bradley 

Robert Ramsey G. A. Cloer 

J. M. Carpenter J. L. Kinsland 

T . C . Bryson W . R. Rickman 

J. M. Carpenter E.N.Gardner 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

R.M.Ledford W. E. Abernathy 

R.M.Ledford J. A. McMillian 

R.M.Ledford E. R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford J. F. Burrell 

R.M.Ledford E.R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford W.L.Bradley 

R.M.Ledford W.R. Rickman 

R.M.Ledford R. F.Mayberry 

R.M.Ledford C.F.Pogers 

R.M.Ledford J. G. Benfield 

R. M. Ledford M. A . Love 

R.M.Ledford R.W.Williams 

R.M.Ledford J. A. McMillian 

R.M.Ledford G.A Cloer 

S.J.Smith T.T. Carter 

S.J.Smith J.C.Scruggs 

S. J. Smith J. F. Marchman 

Mrs. C.C.Welch J.I.Vinson 

Mrs. C. C.Welch H. E. Marchman 

Verlon Swafford C. F . Parker 

Verlon Swafford Pai 1 Nix 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin E.K.Holden 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin M. V. Chapman 

W.L.Sorrells 

Clyde Drake Jo? a Corbitt 

C. ".Taylor 

Ar il Taylor 

Vernon Higdon Fr nk Reed 

Vernon Higdon 

Joh i Buell 

(contir led) 



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HISTORICAL REOCRD (continued): 

Year Church Moderator Clerk 

1955 Higdonville M. W. Chapman 
Mt. Hope 

1956 Burningtown 

Iotla M.W. Chapman 

1957 Watauga M. C.Wyatt 
Ridge Crest 

1958 Liberty L. Eugene Walter 

Wells Grove 

Prentiss 

1959 Wells Grove J.C.Jacobs 
Holly Springs 

1960 Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Ridge Crest 

1961 Pine Grove W.A.Cloer 
Iotla 

1962 Sugar Fork W.A.Cloer Mrs. F. C. Jones 
Coweeta W.A.Cloer Mrs. F. C. Jones 

1963 Gold Mine M. I. Brock Mrs. F. C. Jones 
Highlands M. I. Brock Mrs. F. C. Jones 

1964 Windy Gap M. I. Brock James F. Collette 
West Franklin M. I. Brock James F. Collette 

1965 Cartoogechaye Robert L. Clark Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Ridge Crest Robert L. Clark Mrs. Cecil Frady 

1966 Oak Grove Fred Corbin Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Ellijay Fred Corbin Mrs. Cecil Frady 

1967 Watauga J.C.Jacobs Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Wells Grove 

1968 East Franklin J.C.Jacobs Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Pleasant Hill J.C.Jacobs Mrs. Cecil Frady 

1969 Mashburn Branch J. C. Jacobs H.L.Stewart 
Mt. Hops J.C.Jacobs H.L.Stewart 

1970 Newman Cahpel W. T. Lane H.L.Stewart 
Holly Springs W. T. Lane H.L.Stewart 

1971 Cowee W. T. Lane Mrs. R. B. Hess 
Longview W. T. Lane Mrs. R. B. Hess 

1972 Higdonville Earl Dendy Mrs. R. B. Hess 
Burningtown Earl Dendy Mrs. R. B. Hess 



Preached Sermon 



Vernon 


Higdon 




Vernon 
Vernon 


Higdon 
Higdon 


Mrs. 


J. 


Campbell 




Mrs 


J. 


Campbell 


Mrs 


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Mrs 


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Campbell 



L. Eugene Walter 

W.A.Cloer 

Clyde Rhinehart 

Doyle Miller 

Lee Crawford 
R. R. Standley 
J.H. Propst, Jr. 
L. A. Howard 
Thad R. Dow die 
Clyde W.Collins 
Paul M. Sorrells 
Judson Hall 
Otto Parham 
Robert L. Clark 
R. C. Bailey 
Carl E. Sizemore 
L. C. Pinnix 
Gene Southard 
Guy Duvall 
Clyde Collins 
Cecil Frady 
Bill Shields 
Earl Dendy 
Rev. J. W. Myer 
Rev. Roy Smith 
Mack Reed 
John R. Willis 
M. I. Brock 
Cecil Frady 
C. C. Welch 
C. C. Welch 
Jack King 
Jim Crayton 



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1973 ANNUAL 

OF 

MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



NORTH CAROLINA 



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SEVENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE 

MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

HELD WITH 

SUGARFORK BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Night Session) 

HIGHLANDS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Day Session) 

AUGUST 16-17, 1973 



The Next Annual Night Session of the Association 
will be held with the Pine Grove Baptist Church and the 
Day Session with the West Franklin Baptist Church. 



Moderator Rev. Earl Dendy 

Clerk Mrs. Linda Cabe 



CONTENTS 



ASSOC IATIONAL DIRECTORY 3- 4 

CONSTITUTION 5-6 

BY-LAWS 6 - 9 

PROGRAM 9 - 10 

PROCEEDINGS H - 28 

REPORTS: 

Annuity Board 21 

Associational Missions 11 - 12 

Baptist Hospital 15 

Biblical Recorder 14-15 

Budget 17 - 18 

Children's Home 20 

Cooperative Program 19 

Evangelism 18 

Higher Education 21 - 22 

Historical 24 - 27 

Home for the Aging 19 - 20 

In Appreciation 23 - 24 

In Memoriam 27 - 28 

Missions - Home, Foreign and State 12 - 14 

Ordinations 22 

Place and Preacher 20 

Seminary Extension 23 

Sunday School 22 

Training Union (Church) 23 

Treasurer's 16- 17 

Truett Camp 23 

Vacation Bible School 22 

Woman' s Missionary Union 15 

TABLES: 

Historical 39-40 

Statistical 30 - 38 



ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY 



1973-1974 

Moderator Rev. Jud Duvall 

Vice Moderator Rev. Gene Hawkins 

Treasurer Mrs. Barbara Ledford 

Clerk Mrs. Mary Justice 

Historian Miss Mae McCoy 

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 

Sunday School Director Roy Tippett 

Associate Director Rev. Gene Hawkins 

Secretary Miss June Brendle 

Pianist Mrs. James Hedden 

Chorister Mr. Jack Powell 

Supt. of Training Rev. Judson Hall 

Supt. of Evangelism Rev. Paul Morgan 

Supt. of Extension Rev. Jim Crayton 

Supt. VBS Mrs. Jack Powell 

Department Leaders 

Adults and Up Rev. Jack King 

Young People 12-17 Mrs. Clyde Drake 

Children 6-11 Mrs. Charles Pickens 

Pre-School -birth-5 Mrs. Tex Corbin 

CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 

Director Mr. John Rogers 

Associate Director Mr. Roy Love 

Secretary Mrs. Richard McClure 

Pianist Mrs. Elaine Mason 

Chorister Mr. John Johnson 

Pastor Advisor Rev. Cecil Frady 

Adults 18 and up Mr. Grady Nicholson 

Children Division 6-11 Mrs. Linda Fisher 

Pre-School Division Birth-5 Mrs. Clyde Drake 

W. M. U. OFFICERS 

Director Mrs. Frankie Reynolds 

Associate Director Mrs. Mamie Raby 

Baptist Women Mrs. M. Frances Parker 

Young Baptist Women Mrs. Linda Cabe 

Acteen Director Mrs. Linda Fisher 

Girls In Action 

Mission Friends 

Social Chairman Mrs. Zena P. Brogden 

Publicity Chairman Mrs. Mary Justice 

Sec. & Treasurer Mrs. Becky Garrett 



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NOMINATING COMMITTEE: MISSIONS COMMITTEE: 

Rev. Bill Shields Mr. Weaver Fox 

Rev. Bill Smith Rev. Harvey Stewart 

Rev. Harvey Stewart Mr. Zeb Hall 

Lawrence Long Rev. Glenn Whitley 

Fred Bryson Rev. Jack King 

Rev. Bill Smith 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: Mr. Victor Teague 
Rev. J. S. Cunningham 
Rev. Bill Shields 
Rev. Alton Dendy 

COMMITTEE ON DENOMINATIONAL AGENCIES: 

Children's Homes Mr. Roy Rickman 

Baptist Hospital Mr. Bruce Bryant 

Homes for Aging Mr. John Roper 

Christian Education Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

Biblical Recorder Mrs. Edd Brogden 

Cooperative Program Mr. Swann Elliott 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

Home Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

State Missions Mrs. Paul Ammons 

Ministers Retirement Rev. C. C. Welch 

COMMITTEE ON PASTORLESS CHURCHES: 
Missions Committee 

CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES: 

Moderator, Vice Moderator, Sunday School Director, Church Training 
Director, Field Worker, WMU Director, Brotherhood Dir. 



COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION: 
Rev. C.C. Welch 
Rev. Earl Dendy 
Rev. Bill Smith 
Mr. Cliff Cook 
Mr. Marshall Fouts 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE: 
Mrs. Cliff Cook 
Mrs. Clyde Kinsland 



TRUSTEES: 

Mr. Charles R. Southard 
Mr. H. H. Plemmons 
Mr. Roy Rickaman 

PROGRAM AND PLACE COMMITTEE: 
Moderator 
Vice Moderator 
Field Worker 
Two Laymen 



MUSIC COMMITTEE: 
Mr. John Johnson 

SEMINARY EXT. COMMITTEE: 
Mr. Fred Stiles 
Mrs. Hyldah Shepherd 
Rev. Alton Dendy 



TRUETT CAMP COMMITTEE: 
Rev. Judson Hall 
Rev. Andrew Cloer 



CONSTITUTION 

As Amended from Time to Time 

ARTICLE I - Name 

This Association shall be known as the Macon Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II - Object 

The object of this Association shall be: 

1. To cultivate a friendly union among the churches for their mutual 
benefit. 

2. To cooperate with the Baptist State Convention and Southern Baptist 
Convention in the promotion of the causes of Associational Missions, State 
Missions, Home Missions, Foreign Missions, and such other objects as these 
conventions may foster. 

ARTICLE III - Membership 

Section 1. This Association shall be composed of regularly constituted 
Baptist Churches in Macon County who shall be represented at its regular or 
special meetings by duly elected messengers. 

Section 2. This Association shall have the right to determine what churches 
shall be admitted to its union, and to withdraw fellowship from any, for not 
complying with its rules or with the Articles of its Constitution and By-Laws, 
or for violating orthodox principles as set forth and believed by Southern 
Baptists. 

Section 3. Any church desiring membership in the Association will 
present its request at any regular annual meeting. The request will be re- 
ferred to a Credential Committee appointed by the Association, which com- 
mittee, will examine the church's articles of faith, covenant, form of organi- 
zation and such other matters as deemed necessary. Upon favorable report 
of the committee at the next annual meeting of the Association, the church 
may be received into fellowship by a two-thirds majority vote of the messen- 
gers present. 

Section 4. It shall be a duty of each church to furnish the Association each 
year a letter, on a form provided by the clerk, giving full information and 
statistics provided for on the form; and to send with the letter or by a mes- 
senger a contribution toward the cost of printing the minutes of the Association. 
This letter and accompanying money to cover cost of minutes requested shall 
be in the clerk's hands thirty (30) days prior to annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IV - Meetings 

Section 1. The Association shall meet annually on Thursday evening and 
Friday following the second Sunday in August. The associational year shall 
begin July 1, and end June 30. 

Section 2. The business of the Association shall be transacted by the 
pastors of the several churches, and two messengers from each church, to- 
gether with one additional messenger for every fifty members or fraction 
thereof above the first fifty, with no church having more than fifteen messen- 
gers. 

Section 3. This Association shall be governed in its meetings by such 
rules as may be adopted, amended or set aside by a majority vote of the 
messengers present. "Roberts' Rules of Order" will be the guide in all 
parliamentary matters. 



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ARTICLE V - Officers and Committees 

Section 1. The officers of this Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Historian, and three trustees. 

Section 2. The standing Committees of this Association shall be the 
Executive Committee, the Missions Committee, the Nominating Committee, 
Credential and Ordination Committee, Evangelism Committee, Program and 
Place Committee, and such other committees as the body may direct. The 
Moderator and Associational Missionary shall be Ex-Officio members of all 
standing Committees. 

ARTICLE VI - Associational Missionary 

Section 1. The Association shall employ an Associational Missionary 
whose duties are described as follows: 

(a) Work with and under the general supervision of the Missions Com- 
mittee of the Association in maintaining and directing the Associational Pro- 
gram of Missions. 

(b) Give guidance, counsel, and assistance whenever possible, and/or 
as needed to associational officers, organizations, and committees. 

(c) Share and distribute information concerning plans and activities of 
the N. C. Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention as they re- 
late to the work and program of the churches. 

(d) Make himself available to each church and pastor, as his schedule 
permits, for any service he might render, such as preaching, teaching and 
counseling. 

(e) Administer or execute any other activities that the Association shall 
direct. 

Section 2. The Associational Missionary shall be called for an indefinite 
term to serve until the relationship is disolved at the request of eigher the 
Missionary or the Association. In either case, at least sixty days notice 
shall be given of termination of the relationship, unless otherwise mututally 
agreed, with both the Missionary and the Association seeking to follow the 
will of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit. 

Section 3. The missionary shall be provided with such salary and ex- 
penses as the Missions Committee shall recommend with the approval of the 
Association. 

ARTICLE VII - Amendments 

This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended at any regular annual 
meeting by a two-thirds majority vote of the messengers present, provided 
the proposed amendment shall have been presented in written form on the 
first day of the annual meeting. The vote on any proposed amendment so 
presented may be deferred until the second day if requested by a majority 
vote of the messengers present. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I - Election of Officers 

All general officers of this Association shall be elected at each annual 
meeting upon the recommendation of the Nominating Committee. The terms 
of office to begin at the conclusion of the annual meeting and to continue until 
the close of the next annual meeting. Any vacancies occurring in the interim 
shall be filled by the Executive Committee. 



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ARTICLE II - Duties of Officers 

Section I. THE MODERATOR: The Moderator shall preside over the 
meetings of the Association and discharge such duties as are incumbent on the 
presiding officers of a deliberative body and shall also serve as chairman of 
the Executive Committee. He shall serve not more than two years consecu- 
tively. He shall appoint during the first session committees to report at the 
Annual Associational Meeting. These committees are: Resolutions and any 
other committees. 

Section 2. THE VICE-MODERATOR: The Vice-Moderator shall perform 
the duties of the Moderator in the absence of or at the request of the Modera- 
tor. 

Section 3. THE CLERK: The Clerk shall record and preserve the pro- 
ceedings of the Association and have the same printed and distributed subject 
to the approval of the Moderator and Treasurer. 

Section 4. THE TREASURER: The Treasurer shall preserve all monies 
paid into the body and pay the same upon the instruction of the Association, or 
Missions Committee. He shall make a quarterly report to the Executive Com- 
mittee and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 5. THE HISTORIAN: The Historian shall record and keep a 
record of such items as would be of interest to a future historian, in a book 
kept for that purpose. He shall keep a file of the Associational minutes. 

Section 6. THE TRUSTEES: The Trustees shall be three in number and 
shall hold title to all properties owned by the Association. No conveyance or 
deed-of-trust shall be executed affecting the title of said property except upon 
the instructions of the annual meeting of the Association or the Executive 
Committee. The Trustees shall serve terms of three years with one-third 
elected each year. 

ARTICLE III - The Executive Committee 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers 
of the Association, the pastors of the churches of the Association, and one lay 
member from each church. 

Section 2. The lay members shall be elected by the Church and reported 
to the Association on the Annual Associational Letter. The officers of the 
Association, heads of Associational Organizations and pastors are automatic- 
ally on the committee by virtue of the places of leadership they hold in the 
Association. 

Section 3. Duties of the Executive Committee: 

(a) To meet quarterly and upon call of the chairman. 

(b) To act for and on behalf of the Association between sessions. 

(c) To fill vacancies which may occur during the year in the person- 
nel of the Associational Officers or workers for the remainder of such unex- 
pired terms. 

(d) To make such recommendations as it may deem wise for the 
strengthening and upbuilding of the churches and the work of the Association. 

ARTICLE IV - The Missions Committee 

Section 1. The Missions Committee shall be composed of four pastors 
and three laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. The pastors shall 
be elected for a term of two years with one-half the number being elected 
each year. The laymen shall be elected for a term of three years with one- 
third of the number being elected each year. The committee shall elect its 
chairman and secretary each year. 

Section 2. Duties of the Missions Committee: To lead in our Associational 
Missions Program through: 

(a) General supervision and guidance of the Associational Mission 
Program. 

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(b) Seeking out an Associational Missionary, making nominations in 
event of vacancy. 

(c) Planning a Program of Activities with the Associational Mission- 
ary. 

(d) The Recommendation of an Associational Budget to the Executive 
Committee meeting just prior to the annual meeting of the Association. 

(e) The supervision of the expenditure of the budget. 

(f) The enlistment of the churches in the active financial support of 
the Associational Mission program. 

ARTICLE V - The Credential and Ordination Committee 

Section 1. The Credential and Ordination Committee shall be composed 
of three pastors and two laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. 
The first named shall be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Credential and Ordination Committee: 

(a) Examine applications churches seeking admission into Association. 

(b) Make necessary recommendations to the Association. 

(c) Encourage all churches to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in 
ordaining men to the Gospel Ministry. 

(d) Upon the invitation of the church conducting the ordination, rep- 
resent the Association on the examining council. 

ARTICLE VI - The Nominating Committee 

Section I. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of three pastors 
and two laymen to be appointed by the Moderator during the first session of 
each annual Associational Meeting. The first named shall be chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Nominating Committee: 

(a) To nominate the general officers of the Association. 

(b) To nominate the Associational Sunday School Superintendent. 

(c) To nominate the Associational Training Union Director. 

(d) To nominate the Orphanage, Hospital, Biblical Recorder, and 
Baptist Home for the aging representatives. 

(e) To nominate Associational Brotherhood president. 

(f) To nominate Associational Music Director. 

(g) To nominate the standing committees that are to function during 
the year between the sessions of the Association. 

(h) To fill vacancies occuring in any of the standing committees during 
the year. 

Section 3. All other officers are to be recommended by the heads of the 
organizations and departments to the Nominating Committee. 

ARTICLE VII - Committee on Evangelism 

Section 1. The Committee on Evangelism shall be composed of three 
members nominated by the Nominating Committee. The first named shall b< 
the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Committee on Evangelism: 

(a) Study and keep the Association and trend of Baptism within the 
Association. 

(b) Plan and promote such meetings as will keep the cause of Evan- 
gelism before the Association. 

ARTICLE VIII - Program and Place Committee 

Section 1. This committee shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Associational Missionary and two laymen. 

Section 2. Duties: 

(a) This committee shall plan the program of the annual meeting as to 
time, place, and preacher and all necessary events. 

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(b) This program shall be presented to the Executive Committee at its 
last regular meeting before the Association. 

ARTICLE DC - Reports 

All reports to the Annual Associational Meeting are to be in the Associ- 
ational Missionary's office thirty (30) days prior to the Annual Associational 
Meeting. 

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PROGRAM 



SEVENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

THEME: "SHARE THE WORD NOW" 

NIGHT SESSION WITH SUGAR FORK BAPTIST CHURCH 
August 16, 1973 - 7:30 P.M. 

7:30 Call to Worship Moderator 

Hymn No. "Hark, the Voice of Jesus Calling"- Mr. Johnson 

7:35 Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. Jim Crayton 

Recognition of Pastors and Visitors Moderator 

Enrollment and Statistical Report Mrs. Linda Cab e 

Report of Committee on Order of Business -- Moderator 

7:50 Share The Word Through Missions - 

Associational Missions Rev. Cecil Frady 

Home Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

State Missions Mrs. Paul Amnions 

8:10 Share The Word Now through Baptist Literature 

Biblical Recorder Report Mrs. Edd Brogden 

Speaker J. Marse Grant, 

Biblical Recorder Editor 

8:25 Woman's Missionary Union Report Mrs. Frankie Reynolds 

8:35 Hymn No. 64 "To the Work" Mr. John Johnson 

Business: 

Executive Promotion Committee Report Moderator 

Treasurer's Report Mrs. Barbara Ledford 

Finance Committee Report Rev. Bill Shields 

Missions Committee Report Rev. Bill Shields 

Miscellaneous Business 

8:50 Hymn "Work, for the Night is Coming" Mr. Johnson 

Annual Sermon and Benediction Rev. Glenn Whitley 

DAY SESSION WITH HIGHLANDS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Morning Session August 17, 1973 9:30 A. M. 

THEME: "SHARE THE WORD NOW" 
Piano Meditation 

9:30 Hymn No. 437-"Our Best" Mr. John Johnson 

Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. H. L. Stewart 

9:40 Report on Evangelism Rev. J. S. Cunningham 

9:50 Cooperative Program Report Mr. Swann Elliott 

Speaker Mr. R. H. Bruhn 

10:05 Baptist Foundation Report 

Speaker 
10:15 Hymn No. '81 "Wonderful Words of Life" Mr. Johnson 



10:20 



11:05 
11:20 
11:25 
12:00- 
1:00 



Share the Word through Social Service: 

Home for the Aging Report Mr. John Roper 

Speaker 

Baptist Hospital Report Mr. Bruce Bryant 

Speaker Mr. Calvin Knight 

Children's Home Report Mr. Roy Rickman 

Speaker Dr. W. R. Wagoner 

Report on Minister's Retirement Rev. C.C. Welch 

Hymn No . 96 "At Calvary" Mr. John Johnson 

Doctrinal Message Rev. Gene Hawkins 

Fellowship & Lunch 

Grace for Noon Meal Rev. Glen Whitley 



AFTERNOON SESSION 
August 17, 1973 - 1:00 P. M. 



1:00 



1:10 



1:25 



2:00 



2:20 



2:35 

2:45 

2:50 



Piano Meditation 

Hymn No. 207 "Rescue the Perishing" Mr. John Johnson 

Scripture and Prayer Rev. Bill Smith 

Report of Associational Committees Rev. J. S. Cunningham 

Report of Nominating Committee Moderator 

Place and Preacher Committee Moderator 

Share the Word Now through Education: 

Christian Education Report Mrs. Charles Cabe 

Speaker 

Fruitland 

Seminary Extension Report Mrs. Hyldah Shepherd 

Truett Camp Report Rev. Alton Dendy 

Speaker Rev. Ralph Easterly 

Baptist College 

Share the Word Now through Associational Programs: 

Vacation Bible School Mrs. Mary Powell 

G.A. Report 

Church Training Report Mr. John Rogers 

Sunday School Report Mr. Charles Cabe 

Music Report Mr. John Johnson 

County Wide Deacon Report 

Honoring the Deceased Rev. Jack King 

Report of the Resolutions Committee Mrs. Cliff Cook 

Mrs. Clyde Kinsland 

Historian Report Miss Mae McCoy 

Hymn No. 425 "I'll Go Where You Want Me To 

Go" Mr. Johnson 

Inspirational Message Rev. C.C. Welch 

Installation of Officers for 1973-74 Moderator 

Benediction Rev. Alton Dendy 



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PROCEEDINGS 

of the 

SEVENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 
of the 
MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

THEME: "Share The Word Now in 1973-74" 

The Macon Baptist Association met in its seventieth annual session with 
the Sugarfork Baptist Church on Thursday evening, August 16, 1973. Miss 
Sharon Johnson played a five -minute prelude at the piano while the evening 
session was gathering. 

THURSDAY EVENING - AUGUST 16, 1973 

1. The Association was called to order by Moderator Rev. Earl Dendy. 

2. Mr. John Johnson, Associational Music Director, led in singing "Hark, 
the Voice of Jesus Calling, " with Miss Sharon Johnson at the piano. 

3. The host pastor, Rev. Jim Crayton, welcomed the seventieth session 
to Sugarfork Baptist Church. Rev. Crayton read Acts: 1:6, and led in prayer. 

4. At this time the moderator extended a welcome to pastors and visitors 
asking them to stand stating their name and church of their pastorate. Thirteen 
pastors and nine visitors were present. Also the state representatives were 
welcomed to the Association. 

5. The report on enrollment and statistics was submitted by Mrs. Linda 
Cabe, clerk. The clerk received 43 letters representing 126 messengers. A 
roll of the churches was called with those elected by their churches as messen- 
gers standing to constitute the governing body of the Associational meeting. 
The clerk moved the adoption of the statistical summary to be accepted as in- 
formation. Also moved was acceptance of the attending messengers and other 
duly appointed messengers who might arrive later to constitute the seventieth 
annual session of the Macon Baptist Association. The motion passed and the 
report was adopted. 

6. The moderator pointed out two corrections in the Book of Reports: 

1. The price of the new piano at Cowee is $1, 500. 

2. In the deaths for West Franklin, Carl Blaine should be added. 

7. The printed program was adopted with the necessary modifications to 
be made. 

8. Rev. Cecil Frady called attention to the Associational Missions Report 
and spoke on this report. 

ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS REPORT 

I am happy to be in the work of our Lord, as associational missionary. 
It is a great task as we work with each Baptist church to work together in 
God's work. It is a rewarding work and offers many opportunities, but also 
| is heart breaking at times. 

It has already been said by someone that Associational Missions is the 
j| sill upon which all other missions rests. Our progress depends upon the 
j churches of this organization. God has blessed us in many ways during the 
I! past year. Out of fourteen Vacation Bible Schools reported there was forty - 
1 nine professions of faith, nineteen rededications for these decisions we do 
rejoice and thank God for them. Also we have had an increase in churches 
giving to associational missions, and churches who want to begin giving to. 
j cooperative program for the first time. We do thank God for these steps 
J forward. 

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I am thankful to pastors, associational officers who have contributed to 
God's work. I'm thankful for the many opportunities I've had in working in 
churches in study courses, preaching in pastorless churches, filling in for 
pastors and Vacation Bible School at Nantahala with all six churches coming 
together. We do hope God will lead the man to our churches that are without 
pastors. 

At the end of an associational year we can always look back and see what 
has been done and see where we would have done more for our Lord and Savior. 
As we face the year ahead I challenge each of us to become more involved in 
God's work, that we might trust Him More, Try Him, and Prove Him and be 
more determined to do more this year than ever before. Let's do our best 
in "Sharing God's Word Now in 1973-74 and in witnessing now. I believe there 
is an urgency in now in doing quickly what we can for our Lord. 

To churches, pastors, and associational officers we do appreciate your 
prayers, support, gifts, and cooperation. It is because of you that I am able 
to give my third report to Macon Baptist Association. Let us look forward 
for another year together with enthusiasm for God's Kingdom of work here 
on earth. 

Respectfully submitted, Cecil M. Frady, Assn. Missionary 

9. Home Missions report prepared by Mrs. Connie Campbell, report 
received as information. 

HOME MISSIONS REPORT 

"The church that does not reach out fades out". Baptist reach out in their 
support of missions through two channels. One is the Cooperative Program and 
the other is through weeks of prayer mission offerings. The Annie Armstrong 
Easter Offering plays a vital role in missionary expansion. 

The major support for the twenty-four hundred missionaries, staff and 
office personnel is provided through the Annie Armstrong offering. 

This offering also made it possible for the Home Mission Board to employ 
fifty-four US-2 workers. 

There was a total of 994 students assigned in 1972 for summer missions, 
with 371 of this number being sponsored by Baptist Student Union and 621 
supported by the Home Mission Board. Miss Janet Jacobs of Franklin was one 
of this number who served as a summer missionary in the northern part of the 
United States. 

Rev. Wiley Gibson of Macon County left the early part of July to begin 
work with the Home Mission Board to serve as a Missionary-Pastor in Montana, 

Margaret Fund scholarships were granted to 145 students attending eighty- 
five different colleges and universities. 

Home Mission Board director of bus evangelism, William A.Powell states 
that after two years after the first Southern Baptist conducted bus evangelism 
clinic, more than 7, 000 of the churches now have a bus ministry. This is 20 
percent of our churches with an average of 350, 000 people riding church buses 
each Sunday. 

Last year Southern Baptist reported the highest number of baptisms in the 
history of the 127 year old convention. Sunday School enrolment also increased, 
reversing a seven-year trend of declining enrolment. More than one hundred 
new churches and missions were started during 1972. 

Support is given to Evangelism projects, the largest of which is lay witness 
ing. Approximately 1, 200 lay witnessing schools were conducted during 1972 
with an estimated 100, 000 laymen receiving training in witnessing for Christ. 
During the spring break a student witnessing project was conducted on the 
Florida beaches, involving 488 students who had been trained in lay witnessing. 
These students witnessed to approximately 5, 000 students two hundred of whom 
made decisions for Christ. 

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Last year many of the dreams of home mission leaders went unfulfilled 
because of lack of funds. This year the response of Baptist will make some of 
those visions come true. A few of the ministries the Home Missions Board is 
doing or plans to do as a result of increased financial support are: 

New crusade and evangelistic projects will be launched in Alaska and other 
pioneer states where they are so desperately needed. 

Foreign language scriptures will be prepared for the thousands of inter- 
national seamen who annually visit the port cities of America. 

"SPRING STREET, USA" was produced as the first Southern Baptist 
evangelistic television program. Initially aired on more than fifteen stations 
across the country, the broadcast's audience and number of affiliate stations 
are growing weekly. 

Twenty new churches will be established in strategic locations of the 
Great Lakes area. 

Forty additional student missionaries will be employed to work in special 
mission areas this summer. 

Church Extension will support mission pastors and other missionary 
workers primarily concerned with starting and strengthening new churches 
and missions. 

Special mission offerings, along with the Cooperative Program report for 
1972, indicate that the outreach of our churches through all channels of mission 
support continues to show growing concern for world need in response to the 
Great Commission. "Home Missions doesn't begin with the Home Mission 
Board--it begins with the local church. " We are challenged to help turn this 
nation into a land that loves the Lord. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Connie H. Campbell 

10. Report submitted by Mrs. Barbara Roper. 

FOREIGN MISSIONS REPORT 



At the close of 1972 the Foreign Mission Board had an overseas mission- 
ary staff of 2, 507. Appointments during the year totaled 171. 

Southern Baptist Missions and National Baptist groups in dozens of 
countries continue to call for reinforcements in missionary personnel. Some 
requests are still not filled, even though they have been repeated for several 
years and are still urgent. 

On January 1, 1973, Southern Baptist missionaries were under appoint- 
ment to 76 geographical areas. 

Underlying all our missionary endeavors is the ultimate purpose of lead- 
ing people to new life in Christ Jesus and the cultivation of New Testament 
churches. Organized churches with which Southern Baptist missionaries are 
related on mission fields now total 6, 554, of which more than 75 percent are 
self-supporting. 

In several countries, increased emphasis is being placed upon the transfer 
of responsibility from missionaries to capable national leaders. Local con- 
ventions are sending their own missionaries and starting new outreach minis- 
tries. 

Radio-television ministries continue to expand during the year. A new 
communications center in Columbia held its first training course, with parti- 
cipants from several nations. Increased opportunity for radio ministry has 
come in Spain, as several local stations now welcome Baptist broadcasts. 

The training of national leaders is a prerequisite to strong churches. Of 
special importance is the development of pastors and other church leaders 
through theological schools and also in program below the full seminary level. 

The new Baptist seminary in Portugal graduated its first class in 1972. 
During the year, Vietnamese Baptist held a special program of lay leadership 
training. 



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Work among students and youth continues to receive encouraging 
response. Coffeehouses, reading rooms, student centers, retreats and 
camps all play a part in this significant ministry among young people. 

Our missionaries are related to publishing centers in 25 lands. They 
assisted in producing over 23 million pieces of literature: tracts, books, 
periodicals, Bibles, hymnals, and other items. The Baptist Spanish Publish- 
ing House in El Paso, Texas, has initiated an English-language ministry to 
provide materials for ministerial training in the Caribbean area. 

The program of hospitals and medical care serves the physical needs of 
thousands of people who would otherwise be neglected and often opens strategic 
doors for evangelistic witness. During 1972, missionaries and national workers 
engaged in this ministry treated nearly 55, 000 inpatients and saw more than 
890, 000 outpatients. 

Respectfully submitted, Barbara Roper 

11. State Missions report prepared by Mrs. Paul Amnions, report 
received as information. 



STATE MISSIONS REPORT 

Through State Missions we are to do great works commended to us by 
our Lord. 

The challenge is before us, our money given to State Missions will open 
doors in many areas. 

Through the budget of the Cooperative Program the State Convention is to 
receive 66. 66 cents of each dollar or a total of $5, 666, 100 of this amount, 
19. 75 cents or $1, 678. 520 goes to State Missions. 

1. Divisions of Church Programs - 6. 93 cents or $588. 725 

2. Special Appropriations - 1. 78 cents or $151. 728 

3. Divisions of Mission Ministries - 5. 31 cents or 451. 487 

4. Womans Missionary Union - 1. 36 cents or $278. 625 

5. Division of Evangelism - . 75 cents or $63. 515 

6. Campus Ministries - 3. 28 cents or $278. 625 

7. Division of Christian Life and Public Affairs - . 34 cents or $29.00 
Encourage each Church to do their best on "State Missions Day". Our 

Christian responsibility is to give that others might know Him as Lord and 
Savior. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Paul Amnions 

12. Report submitted by Mrs. Edd Brodgen. Rev. Woodrow Hill, Field 
Representative spoke to this report. 






BIBLICAL RECORDER REPORT 



This has been another good year for the BIBLICAL RECORDER, thanks 
to your support and confidence. One of the milestones reached in the past 
year was passing the 100, 000 mark in circulation. This occurred in May and 
circulation has now rised to nearly 106, 000- -the highest in the 140 year history 
of the RECORDER. This has been achieved largely because more churches 
are putting the RECORDER in the budget, thus saving money and also time and 
effort that is put forth each year to renew their subscriptions under the Club 
Plan of four or more. 

As you know the RECORDER has for years led the fight against liquor 
by the drink. Now the issue is up to the people in a state -wide referendum 
on November 6. The RECORDER will continue to give you information that 
will help win this fight against the liquor interests and those who would profit 
from liquor by the drink if this passes- -which we hope and pray it won't. If 
individual Baptist will become as concerned about this evil as the RECORDER 
is, a great victory for decency will be won in November. 






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Those of you who don't get the RECORDER should subscribe immediately, 
either by putting the RECORDER in your budget for only $2. 50 a year or by 
starting a club of four or more for only $3 a year. Where else can you get 
so much for so little ? 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Edd Brodgen 

13. Baptist Hospital report submitted by Bruce Bryant. Rev. Calvin 
Knight from Baptist Hospital spoke to this report. 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

In May of this year Baptist Hospital observed its 50th Anniversary. The 
hospital opened its doors in May of 1923 "to bring the healing art more definitely 
under the dominion of the Great Healer. " 

The anniversary was celebrated jointly with the dedication of the new 
Reynolds Tower, a 16- story patient care facility. The completion of the Tower 
brings the total bed capacity to 655, placing Baptist Hospital within the top 
10 per cent (in size) among hospitals in the United States. When the renovation 
of older sections of the hospital is completed the total number of beds will be 
717. 

Construction has begun on an ambulatory care building which will house 
the emergency room, several outpatient clinics, the Physical Therapy Depart- 
ment, and an Oncology (Cancer) Clinic and Research Laboratories. This 
building and the above-mentioned renovation will complete the present Medi- 
cal Center Development Program. 

The hospital's financial operation is "in the black", and there has not 
been a general room rate increase in 2 1/2 years. As of this date, the 
Mother's Day Offerings are running ahead of last year. 

Respectfully submitted, Bruce Bryant, Bapt. Hosp. Rep. 

14. W. M. U. Report prepared by Mrs. Frankie Reynolds. 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

During 1972-73 our associational WMU and each individual church WMU 
has had two main emphases. These have been: 

1. enlistment - enlargement 

2. witnessing through mission action 

We began our year with an associational leadership conference for all 
church WMU officers. This conference was held September 25 at First Baptist 
Church. Seven churches were represented with 52 persons attending. 

In November the Baptist Young Women of First Baptist Church under the 
direction of the associational Baptist Young Women, director, Linda Cabe 
gave a skit and social hour for Baptist Young Women of the association. 

In February 12, during WMU Focus week, our Associational Baptist 
Women Director, Mary Frances Parker led our associational Home Mission 
Study at First Baptist Church. 

On Tuesday April 3 our annual associational WMU meeting was held in 
an afternoon and evening session with Iotla Baptist Church serving as host 
church. Rev. Luther Osment, Western Regional Missionary was guest speaker 
at the evening service. 

The following new organizations in WMU have been established this year: 
2 Baptist Young Women groups established 

2 churches have expressed an interest in the acteen organization 
2 churches have expressed interest in establishment of a WMU 
program in their church 
Missions is a great task and this task can be carried forward for the 
glory of our Lord. WMU can and is helping in the mission task. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Frankie Reynolds 

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15. Mr. John Johnson led the group in singing "To The Work". 

16. The Executive Promotion Committee's report was accepted as in- 
formation. The moderator spoke to this report. 

17. Mrs. Barbara Ledford spoke to Treasurer's Report and report was 
adopted. 

TREASURER'S REPORT 
Fiscal Year - July I, I~972 through June 30, 1973 
Amount Brought forward from previous year $2, Z35. 51 

Contributions Assn. Missions Home Minutes Other 

Bethel Hill "~ $ $" $ 5.00 $ 

Black Mountain 18.35 

Briartown 8.00 

Burningtown 85.00 8.00 

Calvary 40.00 25.00 

Cartoogechaye 700.00 12.00 

Clear Creek 101.60 30.00 

Cowee 600.00 330.00 20.00 

Coweeta 75.00 10.00 

Ellijay 35.00 35.00 

Flats 20.40 10.00 

East Franklin 48.00 4.00 

Franklin First 1,274.85 450.00 10.00 

West Franklin 120.00 

Gold Mine 60.00 125.00 12.00 

Higdonville 260.00 75.00 10.00 30.00 

Highlands First 355.00 330.00 4.00 (Hosp. ch. ) 

Holly Springs 424.62 70.54 6.00 35.00 

Iotla 630.00 10.00 (Hosp. Ch. ) 

Liberty 195.00 10.00 

Longview 720.00 10.00 10.00 

Mashburn Branch 100.00 

Mt. Hope 336.00 227.52 

Mt. Grove 6.00 3.00 

Newman Chapel 120.00 438.13 20.00 

Oakdale 203.06 

Oak Grove 130.00 42.25 6.00 

Pine Grove 30.00 90.00 

Prentiss 10.00 10.00 

Ridgecrest 192.00 211.68 20.00 

Shortoff 167.16 10.00 

Sugarfork 110.00 12.00 

Tellico 8.00 

Walnut Creek 30.00 50.00 15.00 

Watauga 295.00 15.00 

Wells Grove 120.00 

West Union 7.45 6.90 

White Oak Flats 15.75 

Windy Gap 110.00 5.00 

Anonymous Donors 8.00 850.00 

N. C. Bapt. State Conv.-- 1, 862. 00 
Rev. Cecil Frady, (Reim- 
bursement telephone calls -183. 30 

Rev. Cecil Frady 36.00 

Miscellaneous 9.34 

Total Contributions Year$9, 713. 53 $3, 513. 37 $293. 00 $ 65.00 



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DISBURSEMENTS 

Electricity ~ $557.90 

Telephone 415.41 

Mailing Permit & Stamps 123.00 

Rev. Cecil Frady (Salary & Travel) 6,199.92 

Annuity Board, SBC (Annuity, Rev. Frady)-- 400.08 

Town of Franklin (Water-Sewage) 86.95 

Vacation Bible School Clinic 28.33 

Associational Minutes 529.34 

Macon Ministerial Association (For Hosp. Chap) 65. 00 

BKC Construction (Stone) 48.30 

Gray & Creech (Mimeo supplies) 103.79 

Jones, Jones & Keys (easements) 30.00 

Mrs. Ruth Hess (clerk) 100.00 

Mrs. Betty Penland (treasurer) 125.00 

Clark Sign Company 16.00 

West Building Material 49.56 

Brown & Carson (fertilizer) 15. 75 

Franklin Insurance Agency 145.00 

Register of Deeds 3.50 

First Union National Bank, Principal on loan -2, 918. 07 

Interest 2,463.00 

Downs & Dowdle (fertilizer) 23.90 

S.S. Board, SBC (literature) 10.16 

Bates Concrete 20.00 

Post Office Box Rent 5. 80 

Total Disbursements for Year $14, 483. 76 

Balance on Hand July 1, 1972 $2,235.51 

Total contributions for year 13, 584. 90 

Total on hand for year 15,820.41 

Disbursements for year 14,483.76 

Balance on hand June 30, 1973 $1, 356. 65 

Respectfully submitted, Barbara Ledford, Treasurer 

18. In absence of Rev. Bill Shields, Cecil Frady spoke to Finance re- 
port, and gave oral report on Missions Committee report. Rev. Frady moved 
adoption of all reports given at this session be adopted. Reports adopted. 
Rev. Frady moved the adoption of the Proposed Budget for 1973-74. 
Motion carried. 

BUDGET 

SALARIES: 

Field Worker's Salary $ 5,200.00 

Treasurer's Salary 100.00 

Clerk's Salary 100. 00 

Total Salaries $5, 400. 00 

GENERAL EXPENSE: 

Water, Lights, Heat 850.00 

Field Worker's Travel Expense 1,000.00 

Field Worker's Convention Expense 300.00 

Field Worker's Annuity 400.00 

Office Phone 300.00 

Printing of Minutes (extras) 60.00 

Office Supplies and Postage 250.00 

Maintenance 150.00 

Total General Expenses $3, 310. 00 



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PROMOTIONAL EXPENSES: 

Sunday School $ 75.00 

Training Union 75.00 

Woman's Missionary Union 125.00 

Vacation Bible School 75. 00 

Total Promotional Expenses 350. 00 

Grand Total $ 9, 060.00 

Less Convention Supplement $ 2, 375. 00 

To Be Raised by the Churches $6,685.00 

H OUSE PAYMENT 1974 

Pledges and love gifts needed in 1974 for 

House Payment (regular) $5,175.62 

House Payment Delinquent 1972-73 $3,999.11 

19. Mr, John Johnson led the group in singing "Work For The Night is 
Coming". 

20. Time having come for annual sermon Rev. Glenn Whitley read for 
his scripture Mark 14: 69-72. His sermon subject "Are You This Man's 
Disciple ?" 

Rev. Whitley closed with prayer to adjourn the evening session. 
Adjournment was at 9:20 P. M. 

Earl Dendy, Moderator - Linda Cabe, Clerk 

FRIDAY MORNING - AUGUST 17, 1973 
HIGHLANDS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

21. Highlands First Church was host for the Friday morning session. 
Moderator Earl Dendy called this second session to order at 9:30 A. M. 
Mr. John Johnson, led the group in singing "Our Best". 

The piano accompaniment was provided by Mrs. Fred Corbin, in the 
absence of Miss Sharon Johnson. 

22. Rev. H. L. Stewart, pastor of the host church, extended a welcome 
to those attending the Friday session. 

23. Evangelism report prepared by Rev. Jess Cunningham was re- 
ceived as information. 

EVANGELISM REPORT 






"SHARING CHRIST NOW" was the theme of the 27th Statewide Evangelism 
Conference at Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte - February 5-7, 1973. Over 
2, 400 pastors and lay persons were challenged by outstanding speakers to lead 
their people to become more involved in the work of evangelism. The closing 
session on Wednesday, February 7, was held at Pritchard Memorial Church, 
with an emphasis on prayer and personal renewal. 

The Division of Evangelism has encouraged churches to participate in 
KEY 73. One hundred and fifty denominations are sharing in this evangel- 
istic effort. The purpose of KEY 73 is to unite all Christians in the task of 
evangelism and to enable Christians to confront every person in the United 
States and Canada with the Gospel of Christ. 

It is thrilling what the Holy Spirit is doing through the ministry of our 
first summer youth evangelism team. Three college students - Steve Stout, 
Cooleemee; Terry Crouse, Lenoir, and Christy Farrior, Williamston, are 
leading in music, preaching in youth revivals, and directing youth witness 
training sessions in churches from Marshall to Washington. 

The 28th Statewide Evangelism Conference will be at War Memorial 
Auditorium, Greensboro, during February 4-6, 1974. 

Let us thank God for the excellent reports of revival meetings, city-wide 
crusades, and evangelism clinics. Remember to pray for the TOGETHER WE 
ADVANCE emphasis that we may strive to attain a 10% increase in baptisms, 
C. P. gifts, Bible Study enrolment and Assoc. Missions gifts. 

Respectfully submitted, Jese Cunningham 



24. The Cooperative Program report prepared by Swann Elliott was 
received as information. 

COOPERATIVE PROGRAM REPORT 



Increasing the percentage given through the Cooperative Program is an 
excellent follow-through for the special offerings your church receives. 

Failure to have a good follow-through, in anything, would be frustrating 
at the least and tragic at the most. Failure to have a good follow-through 
when you are fishing would cause all of your fish to get away and this would 
be frustrating. It would be tragic not to have a good follow-through in a 
baptismal service. 

A good follow- through is the lifeline between good planning and good 
results. You will get excellent results if you plan well your special offerings 
and let your major emphasis be on the lifeline: YOUR COOPERATIVE PRO- 
GRAM. 

Last year 1, 138 churches increased Cooperative Program giving by 10 
percent or more over what they gave the previous year. Four of the asso- 
ciations in North Carolina had 100 percent of their churches giving through 
the Cooperative Program in 1972. These four associations were: Anson, 
Flat River, Tar River, and Yates. 

Will you do four things ? 

1. Will you lead the church where you serve to increase Cooperative Pro- 
gram and associational mission giving by 10 percent or more? 

2. Will you have a special prayer for your missionaries and other Coopera^ 
tive Program causes during each service in your church during the October 
Cooperative Program prayer month? 

3. Will you send your check for Cooperative Program each month to 
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, P. O. Box 26508, Raleigh, N. C. 
27611 ? 

4. Will you help us have a good stewardship workshop in your association 
next spring or summer, so we can: (1) Study recommendations for pastor and 
staff salary increases; ( 2) Get an overview of available program helps for 
each church in stewardship; and ( 3) Receive a report on where you are in 
your goals for associational and Cooperative Program giving? 

Respectfully submitted, Swann Elliott 

25. Rev. Cecil Frady spoke to Baptist Foundation. 

26. The Baptist Home for The Aging was prepared by John Roper and re- 
ceived as information. Rev. Bill Poole spoke to this report. 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOMES FOR THE AGING 

One of the most meaningful things that you do as a Baptist is the share 
that you have in the ministry of your North Carolina Baptist Homes for the 
Aging. As you look back with us upon the twenty-two years of this ministry, 
and the last year in particular, there are distinctive blessings that we would 
like to call to your mind and heart. 

Never forget that this is your ministry, on behalf of Christ, to older 
\ persons and that they simply could not be ministered unto without your love 
gifts. Specifically, during the past year, through your gifts, you contributed 
$185 a month for the care of the majority of the residents in your five Baptist 
Homes. Through the Special Offering you contributed 20% of the total income 
I of the Homes, and through the Cooperative Program, you gave 10% of the total 
ij budget needed. The tie that binds this ministry to the hearts of our Baptist 
i people and our Baptist Churches is a very special one and a very distinctive 
I one indeed. 

God bless you for your share in this ministry to the Aging, which is both 
special and distinctive. Pray for us, come to see us, and continue to support 

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this ministry as liberally and loyally in the future as you have in the past. 
Respectfully submitted, John Roper 

27. Baptist Children's Home submitted by Rev. Rickman was received 
as information. Mr. Clyde Morris spoke to this report. 

BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES 






Hundreds of children, scattered between Manteo and Murphy, are depend- 
ent upon North Carolina Baptists and other friends for whatever opportunities 
and security life will afford them. Child care as practiced by the Baptist 
Children's Homes on North Carolina is a ministry dedicated to serving these 
children and to the strengthening of Christian family life. In reality, it is 
a ministry of missions, evangelism, education, conservation, rehabilitation, 
love and affection, Christian discipline and, undergirding all, it is a ministry 
of redemption- -and we believe, close to the heart of our Lord. 

Our services continue to be strengthened in western North Carolina. 
Several additions have been made on the Broyhill Home campus. Two new 
cottages were completed and occupied in January of this year, increasing the 
capacity of that campus to approximately fifty boys and girls. The lake has 
been completed and stocked with Rainbow Trout. The circular drive has been 
extended and considerable landscaping and beautification is in evidence. An 
administration building and recreation building are to be added in the near 
future. 

We are dependent upon our Baptist people and other friends for financial 
support through the Cooperative Program, the Thanksgiving Offering and 
special gifts. Without these sources of income we could not continue to operate. 
In behalf of hundreds of boys and girls for whom you provide opportunities for 
growth physically, mentally, emotionally, socially and spiritually, we express 
our appreciation. 

Respectfully submitted, Roy Rickman 

28. At this time Mr. John Johnson and Glen Shuler were asked to serve 

on the Place and Preacher Committee along with the Moderator, Vice Moderator 
and Field Worker. 

The group joined in singing "At Calvary" led by Mr. Johnson. 

Rev. Gene Hawkins brought the Doctrinal Message entitled "Jesus Christ 
the Basic Doctrine" the Scripture passage found in II John 1:9-10. 

29. Following Rev. Hawkins message Rev. Glenn Whitley asked grace for 
noon meal. 

Adjournment at 11:50 A. M. 

AFTERNOON SESSION - AUGUST 17, 1973 

30. The third session of the Macon Baptist Association Annual Meeting 
opened with words of thanks to the Sugar fork and Highlands churches for the 
wonderful hospitality shown us daring our sessions this year. 

31. "Rescue the Perishing" was led by John Johnson. 

32. Rev. Jud Smith was recognized for scripture reading and prayer. 

33. Place and preacher report was presented by Rev. Cecil Frady. 

PLACE AND PREACHER REPORT 



The meeting next year will be held with the Pine Grove Baptist Church, 
for the night session and with West Franklin for the day session. 

The Rev. Bill Smith will deliver the Annual Sermon and the Rev. H. L. 
Stewart will bring the Doctrinal Sermon. 



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34. Annuity Board report submitted by Rev. C.C. Welch, Welch spoke 
to this report. 

ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 



The Annuity Board of the Southern Baptist Convention this year added new 
benefits or increased benefits for most active and retired pastors, church staff 
members and denominational workers it serves. 

For annuitants (retirees, widows disabled persons) on the roll December 
31, 1972, monthly income checks have been permanently increased by 6 per 
cent. Just before Christmas, 1972, more than 7,000 annuitants received 
"13th Checks" amounting to the size of two extra month's benefits. The "13th 
Checks" are paid in addition to the regular monthly payments. 

Participants in Plans A- 10, A- 11 and A-25 on January 1, 1973 had their 
accrued credits increased by 10 per cent in "good experience credit", and 
Plan B participants received an additional interest credit based on the Board's 
good experience on its investments. In addition, the Board approved (subject 
to action by state conventions) an increase in widow benefits under Plan A to 
50 per cent of the potential or actual retirement benefit; previously it was 
40 per cent. This increase applies to those retiring January 1, 1973 or there- 
after. 

At the same time, a temporary income benefit under Plan A was estab- 
lished for a widow, child or dependent parent of those who die before early 
or normal retirement, or after disability retirement, and who have met the 
required participation. The temporary income benefit can amount, at maximum 
to $333. 33 per month for 36 months (or a total of $12, 000) if the participant 
died before age 40. The length of payment of the benefit decreases with age 
at death. This benefit is payable to those who died January 1, 1973 or there- 
after. 

More than 9, 000 insurance policyholders transferred from the previous 
Health Benefit Plan with Blue Cross-Blue Shield to the new plan begun January 
1, 1973 with Aetna Life Insurance Company. 

Respectfully submitted, C. C. Welch 

35. Report Christian Higher Education, speaking to this report Rev. 
Sherwood. 

CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION REPORT 

In Macon Baptist Association, Baptist Churches and our Baptist Colleges 
are partners together in our program of Education. It is still true that most 
of our pastors, missionaries, church staff members, and leaders in our de- 
nomination get their education in our Baptist Colleges. We have some eighty 
North Carolina Baptist Churches which were provided dedicated student leader- 
ship during the summer of 1973 by the Baptist Youth Corps of our colleges. 

Being worthy partners, we as Baptist Church members should give our 
Baptist Colleges our continued support, as we remember them with our prayers, 
and our gifts. During 1973, more than (2) million dollars will be given through 
our Cooperative Program for education. Also we had an opportunity to give 
to the Baptist College Scholarship Offering on Father's Day. Another way we 
can support our colleges is with Macon County youth. The colleges make a 
special effort to recruit North Carolina Baptist students. No qualified student 
is turned down in any of our colleges because of inability to pay. 

Pastors, please contact your young people and tell them about the work 
loans and scholarships available at our Baptist schools. Point out the advantages 
in our church related schools and encourage the youth of your church to attend. 
Parents, please inquire of your pastor and associational Superintendent of 
Missions about help available for your children. 



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May we as worthy partners in the program of educational work together 
with one goal in mind that of creating persons and a world as Christ would 
have them to be. 

Respectfully submitted, Josephine R. Cabe 

36. Sunday School report submitted by Charles Cabe. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

In April of this associational year the Sunday School sponsored a "One 
Night Sunday School Revival". We were grateful to see the First Baptist Church 
in Franklin filled to about half of its capacity. The revival was climaxed by 
a good number of those present commiting themselves to win one person to 
Bible study this year. This commitment is in keeping with the commission 
given to us by Christ. When we consider the fact that in the past year only 
forty-four per cent (44%) of the resident church members attended Sunday 
School on a regular basis, such a commitment becomes more urgent. 

We are to realize that the Pastor, the Sunday School Director and the 
Sunday School Teacher all have great responsibility in promoting Bible study. 
Too often the chain is broken at this point. We as members of the Sunday 
School must become fully aware that the commission was given individually 
to us. Only when we accept it on this basis "One Win One" will our Sunday 
School growand teach those who so desperately need Christ. 
Respectfully submitted, Charles Cabe. 

37. REPORT OF ORDINATION 

Report of the Macon Baptist Ordination Committee of the Macon Baptist 
Association for 1973: 

We only had two ordained ministers this year. West Franklin Baptist 
Church ordained Andy Cloer and Longview Baptist Church ordained Jimmy 
Guffey. 

Respectfully submitted, C.C. Welch, Chairman Ordination 

Committee 

38. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL REPORT 

It is impossible to make a complete report on VBS work for the summer 
1973 at this time because some churches are reported to still be in schools or 
planning for them, however, interest has been good and schools thus far re- 
ported good. Many have called for supplies and information and some have 
reported having many more than they had planned for. While this made a 
hardship for the workers, we are glad that the boys and girls had the oppor- 
tunity of attending Bible School. 

A team of workers attended Wingate VBS Clinic and gained information 
and inspiration. Two clinics were held in Macon County with good attendance. 
One school was held in one of the Black Mountain churches with good attendance 
and others were held with summer workers or others from the County helping. 

We must strive and plan to reach more with Better Vacation Bible Schools. 
Respectfully submitted, Mary Powell, VBS Supt. 

39. Rev. Jud Duvall gave an oral report for the Fruitland Baptist Assembly. 
Truitt Baptist Camp Report was prepared by Rev. Alton Dendy and spoken 
to by Rev. Ralph Easterly. 



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CAMP TRUETT REPORT 

Camp Truett reported 350 enrolled in summer camp at Truett. Twenty- 
five was the lowest enrolled. 

They had an excellent Music Week this summer and a good pastors camp 
with more of our pastors attending this year. 

I urge you as a church to take advantage of our camp. It is a well balanced 
program and activity for your youth. 

Respectfully submitted, Alton Dendy 

40. Seminary Extension report prepared by Hyldah Shepherd was re- 
ceived as information. 

SEMINARY EXTENSION REPORT 

The enrollment for the 1972 Seminary Extension Course was twelve. 
The teacher was Rev. Charles L. Dean, Pastor of East Sylva Baptist Church, 
Sylva, North Carolina. 

The course taught was New Testament 152, The Epistle of Paul to the 
churches of Galatin, by Herman N. Ridderbos, and the study guide was by 
Huber Drumwright, Jr. , Professor of New Testament Southwestern Baptist 
Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas. 

This course was held at the Franklin Center in the First Baptist Church. 

Pastors, church officers, and others who have taken these courses find 
them helpful not only in church work but also in daily life. 

Respectfully submitted, Hyldah S. Shepherd 

41. Training Union report prepared by John Rogers was received as in- 
formation. 

CHURCH TRAINING REPORT 



In our Church Training program for "73" we have observed and reports 
from each church show us that God has truly blessed us with a very successful 
year. 

Pray that God will guide us to be more concerned for those growing cold 
in their knowledge to learn more about God. 

We have twenty eight churches in our association that do not have a Train- 
ing Union Program. 

"M" Night was held November 6, 1972 at Cowee Baptist Church. Rev. 
Wessly Grant from Asheville, North Carolina was guest speaker. Attendance 
went over four hundred which was double our attendance in "72". Watauga 
Baptist Church took the banner for best attendance. 

Pray for your Training Union workers that they might train in the way 
God would have them too. Keep up the good work! 

If we can help your church get a Training Program started please let us 
know. 

Respectfully submitted, John Rogers 

42. Mrs. Cliff Cook presented the report of Resolutions and moved the 
adoption of this report. 

IN APPRECIATION 

First - We give thanks to our gracious Heavenly Father for His Kindness 
and mercy, for His guidance through another year, for bringing us together 
in christian fellowship and brotherly love, in our Macon Baptist Association. 

Second - To all officers and leaders who have labored so faithfully during 
the year, we express our heartfelt thanks. Our Moderator; Rev., Earl Dendy, 

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Vice Moderator; Rev. Jud Duvall, Clerk; Mrs. Linda Cabe; Treasurer, Mrs. 
Barbara Ledford; Superintendent of Missions; Rev. Cecil Frady, and our 
great messages our special thanks to each of you. 

Third - To extend our thanks to all those, both local and state, who have 
had a part on the program, of our Seventieth Macon Baptist Association. 

Fourth - We, The Macon Baptist Association expresses Thanks and 
appreciation to Sugarfork Baptist Church, and Highlands First Baptist Church 
for the kind hospitality, the splendid fellowship and for the delicious meal so 
graciously served. 

Fifth - As we return to our homes and places of service, let us go fully 
determined, to use every opportunity in advancing for Christ. We have had 
a good year, God has heard and answered many of our prayers. 

For many, many years we all have been worried, about our service men. 
Our prisoners of war. Tommy McNish and Nathan Henry from Macon County 
and many, many other, it is wonderful they are home. Truly, the Lord is 
goodFls mercy is everlasting and His Truth endureth to all generations. We 
present the resolution, that each of us study the Bible and work and pray, 
witness now and let us win North Carolina for Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Cliff Cook 

43. The Historical report prepared by Miss Mae McCoy was accepted as 
information. 

HISTORICAL REPORT 

The Sixty-Ninth Annual Session of Macon Baptist Association was held in 
September 1972. The meeting was well attended at the night service by 
messengers and others. The morning hours of the day service had more pres- 
ent than the afternoon session. Everything that was said brought to our atten- 
tion many phases of Baptist work and the great need for churches and individuals 
to put our shoulders to the work in planning and setting higher goals so that 
this association may grow in our understanding of the great realities of the 
Christian Faith and their relevance to life today. 

Macon Baptist Association was organized in August 1904. All annual 
sessions were held in August through 1964. In 1965, this meeting was held in 
September. This year, 1973, it is scheduled to be held in August. This will 
be the 70th Annual Session. 

The Associational year ends June 30th of each year. All information con- 
cerning work in and among Baptist churches should be sent to Macon Baptist 
Headquarters by the end of the first week in July if possible. 

Following are some of the things that have taken place in Macon Baptist 
Association this past year: 

The Macon Ministerial Association sponsored a county-wide revival meet- 
ing in July 24-28, 1972, held at the Assembly of God Camp Ground. Evangel- 
ist Rev. Fred Lansford, Superintendent of Missions for the Truett Baptist 
Association, was the guest speaker. Wonderful soul-searching messages were 
heard. Testimonies were given by many and a goodly number of young people 
rendered good music and singing each night. Not as good attendance as was 
hoped for. Very rainy weather prevailed all week. 
Ordinations 

1. Andy Cloer was ordained to the Gospel Ministry August 6, 1972, by 
The West Franklin Baptist Church. The ordination service was conducted by 
Rev. Cecil Frady and others. Rev. Cloer is now serving as pastor of Buck 
Creek Church. 

2. Mr. Jimmy Guffey was ordained to the Gospel Ministry by the Long 
View Baptist Church, August 13, 1972. The ordination service was carried 
through by the following people: Rev. C.C. Welch, Rev. Wiley Gibson, Rev. 
Tim Norman, Rev. Cecil Frady, Cliff Cook and Marshall Fouts. Rev. Guffey 
is a student at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky 
and has entered Evangelistic Work. 

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Church News 

Rev. Dan Stiles has resigned as pastor of West Franklin Baptist Church 
to attend Southeastern Theological Seminary and will pastor a church in 
Boxboro. 

Tellico Church has called Rev. Fred Cook as their pastor. Due to failing 
health, Rev. T. A. Slagle has resigned at Tellico. 

In August, 1972, the First Baptist Church of Franklin called Rev. Douglas 
Sturgill of Goldsboro, N.C. to serve as Associate Pastor. Rev. Sturgill and 
his wife, Judy, have been involved in planning and helping to carry out many 
types of church activities such as Wednesday night suppers with family pro- 
grams following, visitation ministries, youth choir organizations, Children's 
sermons for ages 5-12 (conducted on Sunday morning preceding Pastor's 
message), Vacation Bible School and others. 

Franklin First Baptist held a revival meeting April 1-4, 1973. Dr. Foy 
Valentine, Director of the Christian Life Commission, Southern Baptist Con- 
vention, was the guest speaker. Dr. Valentine's messages were wonderful 
and many came out to hear him. There were no public professions witnessed 
or dedications on record. 

On April 29, 1973, a worshipful and lovely Baptismal service was con- 
ducted by Dr. W. Thomas Lane in Franklin First. Fourteen candidates were 
baptized. Some had been waiting for this occasion for some months. Bad 
weather had delayed in winter. Mr. Harris Dryman, 70 some years old had 
waited only a few hours. He reports happy hours now. A large crowd was 
present for this impressive service. 

Dr. W. Thomas Lane began his work as pastor of Franklin First on the 
first Sunday in September 1963 and continued to serve for almost 10 years. 
On May 6, 1973, Dr. Lane offered his resignation to become effective June 
4, 1973. On May 9, 1973, the church met in the sanctuary in conference to 
consider this matter. The meeting was called to order by Mr. Harold Moore, 
Chairman of the Deacon Board. Mr. Moore read to the group assembled, Dr. 
Lane's resignation and its terms. The church voted to accept the resignation 
as read. 

Franklin First experienced many improvements during Dr. Lane's pastoral 
years here. Most of them have been recorded in past associational reports. 
During the years, Dr. Lane baptised 130 and recorded 142 other additions to 
the church membership. 

A.pulpit committee has been appointed to find a pastor. 

Cowee Church : Shortly after Rev. J. W. Myers resigned, Cowee called 
Rev. Glenn Whitley of Marshall, N. C. He began his pastoral work on the 
first Sunday in September 1972. Since that time, attendance has grown, offer- 
ings are increasing, a new piano has been bought, costing $1, 500 paid for 
and now in use. The Deacon Board and the church have agreed upon a plan for 
the construction of a new parsonage to be located across the highway not far 
from the church building. Work on the ground has already begun. This new 
structure will cost around $50, 000 when finished. Rev. Whitley will soon be 
publishing a weekly Newsletter to be sent to each family. This will greatly 
strengthen the Lord's work there. 

Ridgecrest Church has recently received a good number of books from 
Mrs. Lon Thompson. Shelves have been providedbya member and it is hoped 
that this will be the beginning of a Church Library. Every Baptist Church 
needs good Christian literature and books for its members. A member of 
Ridgecrest Baptist Church, Mrs. Minnie Berry, recently made a tour of the 
"Holy Land". The many interesting things which she has related about this 
memorable land should inspire all who hear her to increase our faith and 
efforts to do greater work for the Lord while the doors of opportunity are open. 
Rev. Guy Duvall is pastor at Ridgecrest. 

Newman's Chapel Baptist Church has recently laid out the foundation for 
a Social Center building in which many activities of the church can be carried 
out in a more effective way. Rev. Earl Dendy is pastor. 

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Mt. Hope Church has greatly improved the church building. The sanctu- 
ary and basement have been enlarged. They have bricked the sanctuary and 
Educational section; installed new white lighted steeple; paved driveway around 
the church and parking lot; added new padded pews; carpeted floors and in- 
stalled new Baptistry. Other interior improvements are yet to be made. A 
very fruitful revival meeting was held earlier in the summer, resulting in 
eleven conversions and 40-50 rededications. Rev. Dave Boyle of High Point, 
N. C. , was guest speaker. On June 10, 1973, Rev. Billy Smith, pastor bap- 
tized 15 new converts in the new baptistry. The WMU of Mt. Hope is going 
well. All auxiliaries are functioning and plans are being made for organizing 
a Brotherhood. May the Lord continue to bless this church and may it con- 
tinue to grow. 

Oak Grove has organized a new Sunday School class; a nursery has recently 
been provided and is open each Sunday morning through Worship Service. Rev. 
Ernie Sanders is pastor. 

Sugar Fork Church: Recently fourteen people were baptized into the fellow- 
ship of this church and several others have joined this year. Training Union 
has been reorganized. All this is commendable. Rev. James Crayton is 
pastor. 

Nantahala Section Church News : Bethel Hill Baptist Church has paneled 
their sanctuary and carpeted the floor as well as installed two new rest rooms. 
Rev. Ralph Postell is pastor. 

The church, formerly known as Nantahala No. 2 has changed it's name 
to Aquone Baptist Church. This church has been improving in many areas of 
church work. Some time before July of 1972, this church had made plans to 
build a new house for worship. Most of the excavation had already been done. 
Rev. Cecil Frady, Macon Associational Field Worker, was asked to teach a 
Bible Study course to them. This study was conducted July 17-22, 1972. 
Thirty to forty attended this study. New enthusiasm began to build and the 
church building project began to take shape. Now they are almost ready to go 
into a nice modern church already paid for. Construction labor was donated 
by members. A second Bible Study course was taught this summer in June. 
Bethel Hill and Aquone churches met together for this course. Rev. Frady 
taught a study in Galatians. 

All churches of Nantahala section met for Bible School in school building. 
Average attendance was 54. Offerings amounted to $43. 53 to be divided equally 
to all churches for cooperative program. These churches are ready to take 
on new areas of church work and are asking for instructions and help so they 
may be real light-houses for the Lord. Let us pray for these people that they 
may continue to grow in Christian faith and work. Rev. Ralph Postell is pas- 
tor of Aquone. 

Revival Meetings: Most of the churches have held a revival this year. 
Other reports will reveal some of the results. 
Vacation Bible Schools 

Many of Macon churches have had a good VBS this year. This type of 
work is of particular assistance to the churches in three areas, namely evan- 
gelism, stewardship and missions. A good number of our youth today who 
make professions of faith in Christ and life commitments to his service are 
made in sessions of VBS. So far this year, 48 decisions have been reported 
as a result of this work. Several schools have not reported as of this writing, 
yet the 48 are witness to the above statement. 

The church must continue to add new members to its body for functioning 
and growth. God's purpose for a church has not changed. 
PASTOR CHANGES 

Churches that have recently called pastors are: Ellijay, Rev. Walter 
Clark; Briartown, Rev. Kenneth Jenkins of Swain County; Mashburn Branch, 
Rev. Howard Willis; Prentiss, Rev. Wallace Tallent; Pleasant Hill, Rev. 
Alton Dendy for full time service, and Clear Creek, Rev. Owens. 



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Churches without pastors are: Flatts, Mountain Grove, Shortoff, Calvary, 
Coweeta, Longview, West Franklin, Oak Dale and Pine Grove. 

Now, as Macon Baptists close our records of work done this Associational 
year, may this be done with thankful hearts for all that has been said and done 
for the on-going and upbuilding of Christ's Kingdom, and yet with saddened 
hearts for what we may have left undone. Macon is fortunate to have dedicated 
pastors and leaders. Our associational moderator, Rev. Earl Dendy, who has 
served two years in this capacity and our Field Worker, Rev. Cecil Frady, 
have worked faithfully and prayerfully to lead the committee, the officers and 
pastors to take a good look at the things we need to be doing, and instill in 
all of us a keen desire to put our shoulders to the work which needs so much 
to be done. 

Hopefully, when another associational year's work closes, Macon Baptists 
can courageously say that each church has moved to much higher planes of 
Biblical understanding of Christian service and ministry in every area of Christ's 
Kingdom work. The fields are white and ready to harvest. Are we ready and 
willing to work? 

Respectfully submitted, May McCoy, Historian 

44. The congregation stood in a moment of silence in memorial to our 
Beloved Dead. Rev. M.I. Brock read the names of our Beloved Dead. 



IN MEMORIAM 



OUR BELOVED DEAD 

BRIARTOWN: COWEETA: 

Dave L. Owenby (Deacon) J. P. Stiles 

Vonnie Haney 
Lavada May 



Harry Roper 
Jess Cross 
Lalla Wilson 
Noel Cochran 

BUCK CREEK: 
Carl Bolick 
Violet Tilson 



FRANKLIN FIRST: 
Billy Reece 
Keith Bryant 
Lyman C. Higdon 
Woodrow Baker 
Earl Mashburn 
Walter Dean (Deacon) 
Mrs. Wade Cunningham 
Grace Carpenter 



BURNINGTOWN: 

Dalton Smith (Deacon) 
Annie Parrish 
Mamie Hall 

CARTOOGECHAYE: 
Turner Guffie 
Cecily Davis 

COWEE: 

Margie Blanton 
Eldridge Blanton 
Frank Queen 
Minnie Gibson 
Arnold Clark 
Wayne Duvall 
Vonnie Jones 
William Dalton 
Carl J. Neal 



GOLD MINE: 

Frances McClure 
Thurman Reed 

HIGHLANDS FIRST: 
William Potts 
Florence Speed 

HOLLY SPRINGS: 
Ad Kinsland 
Lewis Moses 
Jess Green 

IOTLA: 

Daisy Roper 
James McCall 
Absolum Edwards 
Newell Swafford 



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LIBERTY: 

Buel Mason (Deacon) 
Mrs. John Hedden 
Mrs. Jim Git son 

NEWMAN'S CHAPEL: 
C. S. Sams 

OAK GROVE: 
Bill Lakey 

PINE GROVE: 

Lela Bowers 
Leacie Houston 

PLEASANT HILL: 

Spurgeon Ledford 

RIDGECREST: 
Elsie Smith 
Charlotte Snyder 
Harold Morgan 

ROSE CREEK: 

Callie Barnes 



SHORTOFF: 

Rev. Floyd Dendy 

SUGAR FORK: 

Ferman Stewman 

TELLICO: 

Larel Dehart 
Emaline Woody 

WATAUGA: 

George V. Brendle 

WELLS GROVE: 

Mrs. Tom Jennings 

WEST FRANKLIN: 
Carl Blaine 

WINDY GAP: 

Mrs. John Tallent 



45. Mr. Fred Corbin led the group in singing "I'll Go Where You Want 
me to Go". 

46. The closing inspirational message was brought by Rev. C. C. Welch. 

47. The moderator appointed Rev. Bill Shields, Rev. Bill Smith, Rev. 
Harvey Stewart, Lawerence Long, Fred Bryson, to serve on the nominating 
committee. 

48. The associational officers for 1973-74 were installed by the 
moderator. 

49. The Benediction was delivered by Glenn Whitley. 
Adjourned 2:30 P M, 

Earl Dendy, Moderator 
Mary Justice, Clerk 



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HISTORICAL RECORD 
North Carolina, Macon County Baptist Association 
Organized in 1904 



Church 



Moderator 



Clerk Preached Sermon 

H. D. Dean J.A.Brendel 

H. D. Dean J.W.Watson 

H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

H. D. Dean A.S. Solesby 

H.D.Dean J. R. Pendergrass 

H.D.Dean T.C.King 

H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

A. C. Hurst T.J.Vinson 

A. C. Hurst R. P. McCracken 

Robert Ramsey F.M.Morgan 

Robert Ramsey B.S.West 

J. M. Carpenter W.T. Potts 

J. M. Carpenter R. T. Vann 

J. M. Carpenter A. S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter W.L.Bradley 

J. M. Carpenter J. C. Owens 

J. M. Carpenter A.S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter J.A.Bryson 

Robert Ramsey D.C. McCoy 

Robert Ramsey W. L. Bradley 

Robert Ramsey G. A. Cloer 

J. M. Carpenter J. L. Kinsland 

T.C.Bryson W.R.Rickman 

J. M. Carpenter E.N.Gardner 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

R.M.Ledford W. E. Abernathy 

R.M.Ledford J. A . McMillian 

R.M.Ledford E. R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford J.F.Burrell 

R.M.Ledford E.R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford W.L.Bradley 

R.M.Ledford W.R.Rickman 

R.M.Ledford R. F. Mayberry 

R.M.Ledford C.F.Rogers 

R.M.Ledford J. G. Benfield 

R.M.Ledford M.A.Love 

R.M.Ledford R.W.Williams 

R.M.Ledford J. A . McMillian 

R.M.Ledford G. A. Cloer 

S.J.Smith T.N.Carter 

S. J. Smith J. C. Scruggs 

S.J.Smith J.F.Marchman 

Mrs. C. C. Welch J.I.Vinson 

Mrs. C. C.Welch H. E. Marchman 

Verlon Swafford C.E.Parker 

Verlon Swafford Paul Nix 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin E. N. Holden 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin M. W. Chapman 

W.L.Sorrells 

Clyde Drake John Corbitt 

C.T.Taylor 

A rvil Taylor 

Vernon Higdon Frank Reed 

Vernon Higdon 

John Buell 

(continued) 



1904 Franklin 

1905 Sugarfork 

1906 Briartown 



T. C. Bryson 
J. W. Kesterson 
W. Bradley 



1907 Cartoogechaye T.C.Bryson 



1908 Coweeta T.C.Bryson 

1909 Burningtown T.C.Bryson 

1910 Watauga F.Morgan 

1911 Liberty T.C.Bryson 

1912 Pine Grove H.D.Dean 

1913 Oak Grove H.D.Dean 

1914 Iotla H. D. Dean 

1915 Pleasant Hill H.D.Dean 

1916 Mount Hope H.D.Dean 

1917 Cowee H.D.Dean 

1918 Prentiss H.D.Dean 

1919 Sugar Fork J.C.Owens 

1920 Holly Springs J.C.Owens 

1921 Burningtown J.A.Bryson 

1922 Franklin R. P. McCracken 

1923 Nanahala H.D.Dean 

1924 Watauga H.D.Dean 

1925 Tellico H.D.Dean 

1926 Iotla H.D.Dean 

1927 Holly Springs H.D.Dean 

1928 Cowee H.D.Dean 

1929 Ridge Crest W.M.Lee 

1930 Sugarfork A.S. Solesby 

1931 Pleasant Hill A.S. Solesby 

1932 Pine Grove A.S. Solesby 

1933 Briartown A.S. Solesby 

1934 Franklin A.S. Solesby 

1935 Oak Grove A.S. Solesby 

1936 Rainbow Springs J. E. Rickman 

1937 Coweeta J. E. Rickman 

1938 Cartoogechaye J. E. Rickman 

1939 Clear Creek J. E. Rickman 

1940 Ellijay J. E. Rickman 

1941 Newman Chapel J. E. Rickman 

1942 Burningtown C.C.Welch 

1943 Watauga C.C.Welch 

1944 Goldmine J.H.Stockton 

1945 Holly Springs J. H. Stockton 

1946 Mount Hope J.H.Stockton 

1947 Cowee J.H.Stockton 

1948 Highlands J.H.Stockton 

1949 Ridge Crest J.H.Stockton 

1950 Sugarfork J.H.Stockton 

1951 Franklin J.H.Stockton 
Watauga 

1952 Oak Grove H. H. Stocktor 
Iotla 

1953 Newman's Chapel W.L.Sorrells 
Tellico 

1954 Longview M.W. Chapman 
Ellijay 



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HISTORICAL REOCRD (continued): 



Year Church Moderator 

1955 Higdonville M. W. Chapman 
Mt. Hope 

1956 Burningtown 

Iotla M . W . C hapman 

1957 Watauga M.C.Wyatt 
Ridge Crest 

1958 Liberty L. Eugene Walter 

Wells Grove 

Prentiss 

1959 Wells Grove J.C.Jacobs 
Holly Springs 

1960 Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Ridge Crest 

1961 Pine Grove W.A.Cloer 
Iotla 

1962 Sugar Fork W.A.Cloer 
Coweeta W.A.Cloer 

1963 Gold Mine M. I. Brock 
Highlands M. I. Brock 

1964 Windy Gap M. I. Brock 
West Franklin M. I. Brock 

1965 Cartoogechaye Robert L. Clark 
Ridge Crest Robert L. Clark 

1966 Oak Grove Fred Corbin 
Ellijay Fred Corbin 

1967 Watauga J.C.Jacobs 
Wells Grove 

1968 East Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Pleasant Hill J.C.Jacobs 

1969 Mashburn Branch J. C. Jacobs 
Mt. Hope J. C. Jacobs 

1970 Newman Cahpel W. T. Lane 
Holly Springs W. T. Lane 

1971 Cowee W. T. Lane 
Longview W. T. Lane 

1972 Higdonville Earl Dendy 
Burningtown Earl Dendy 

1973 Sugar Fork Earl Dendy 
First Highlands Earl Dendy 



Clerk 



Preached Sermon 



Vernon 


Higdon 




Vernon 
Vernon 


Higdon 
Higdon 


Mrs. J. 


Campbell 




Mrs. J. 


Campbell 


Mrs. J. 


Campbell 


Mrs. J. 


Campbell 



L. Eugene Walter 



Mrs 


F. C. Jones 


Mrs 


F. C. Jones 


Mrs 


F. C. Jones 


Mrs 


F. C. Jones 


James F. Collette 


James F. Collette 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 



Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
H.L. Stewart 
H. L. Stewart 
H.L.Stewart 
H.L. Stewart 
Mrs. R. B. Hess 
Mrs. R. B. Hess 
Mrs. R. B. Hess 
Mrs. R. B. Hess 
Mrs. Linda Cabe 
Mary Justice 



W.A. 


Cloer 


Clyde 


Rhinehart 


Doyle 


Miller 



Lee Crawford 
R. R. Standley 
J. H. Propst, Jr. 
L. A . Howard 
Thad R. Dowdle 
Clyde W.Collins 
Paul M. Sorrells 
Judson Hall 
Otto Parham 
Robert L. Clark 
R. C. Bailey 
Carl E. Sizemore 
L. C. Pinnix 
Gene Southard 
Guy Duvall 
Clyde Collins 
Cecil Frady 
Bill Shields 
Earl Dendy 
Rev. J. W. Myers 
Rev. R.oy Smith 
Mack Reed 
John R. Willis 
M. I. Brock 
Cecil Frady 
C. C. Welch 
C. C. Welch 
Jack King 
Jim Crayton 
Glenn Whitley 
Gene Hawkins 






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Produced by /f/cAtMU ffiftTSfC ?&& 

Jefferson City, Missouri 65101 




through the Cooperative Program 



1974 ANNUAL 

OF 

MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



NORTH CAROLINA 



SEVENTY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE 

MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 
1974 

HELD WITH 

PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Night Session) 

WEST FRANKLIN BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Day Session) 

AUGUST 15 - 16, 1974 

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The next Annual Night Session of the Association 
will be held with the Acquone Baptist Church, Nantahala 
and the afternoon and night session with the Holly Springs 
Baptist Church on August 14-15, 1975. 

Moderator Rev. Judson Duvall 

Clerk Mrs. Mary Justice 



CONTENTS 



A SSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY -- — - 3-4 

MESSENGERS 5 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 6 

CONSTITUTION 7 - 8 

BY-LAWS 8-11 

PROGRAM 11 - 12 

STANDING COMMITTEES 4 

PROCEEDINGS 13 - 32 

REPORTS: 

Annuity Board 24 

Associational Mis sions 19 - 20 

Baptist Hospital 17 - 18 

Biblical Recorder 18 

Budget 16 - 17 

Children's Home 22 - 23 

Cooperative Program 23 

Foreign Mis sions 20 - 21 

Higher Education 24 

Historical 25 - 29 

Home for Aging 22 

Home Missions 21 

In Appreciation 30 

Ordinations 24 

Our Beloved Dead 31-32 

Place and Preacher 30 

Seminary Extension 30 

Sunday School 29 - 30 

State Missions 19 

Training Union 29 

Treasurer's 14- 16 

Truett Camp 17 

Woman's Missionary Union 13 - 14 

Vacation Bible School 25 

TABLES: 

Historical 43 - 44 

Statistical 34 - 42 



ASSOCIATIONS. DIRECTORY 



OFFICERS 

Moderator Rev. Judson Duvall 

Vice Moderator Rev. Gene Hawkins 

Treasurer Mrs. Elizabeth Mason 

Clerk Mrs. Mary Justice 

Historian Miss May McCoy 

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 

Sunday School Director Cliff Cook 

Associate Director 

Secretary Gladys Jennings 

Pianist Susan Seay 

Chorister Jay Jennings 

Superintendent of Training Rev. Eugene Ridley 

Superintendent of Evangelism Rev. Cecil Frady 

Superintendent of Extension Howard Moore 

Superintendent Vacation Bible School Mrs. Janet Long 

DEPARTMENT LEADERS 

Adults and Up Mrs. Cliff Cook 

Young People 12-17 Mrs. Jean Frady 

Children 6-11 Mrs. M. I. Brock 

Pre-School - Birth-5 Miss Millie Drake 

CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 

Director John Rogers 

Associate Director Roy F. Lowe 

Secretary Mrs. Lucille McClure 

Pianist Mrs. Elaine Mason 

Chorister Mr. John Johnson 

Pastor Advisor Rev. Cecil Frady 

Adults Mrs. Jean Frady 

Youth Richard McClure 

Children Mrs. Clyde Drake 

Pre-School Mrs. Linda Fisher 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

Director Mrs. Mamie Raby 

Associate Director Mrs. Louie Cochran 

Baptist Women Mrs. Frances Parker 

Young Baptist Women Mrs. Linda Cabe 

Acteen Director Miss Millie Drake 

Girls In Action Miss Kathy Parker 

Mission Friends Mrs. Patsy Drake 

Social Chairman Mrs. Zena P. Brogden 

Publicity Chairman Mrs. Mary Justice 

Secretary & Treasurer Mrs. John Campbell 



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NOMINATING COMMITTEE: MISSIONS COMMITTEE: 

Rev. Alton Dendy Weaver Fox 

Rev. Claude Ledford Rev. Harvey Stewart 

Rev. Roy Lowe Zeb Cabe 

Orville Parker Rev. Glenn Whitley 

Earl Justice Rev. Earl Dendy 

Rev. Alton Dendy 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: Victor Teague 
Rev. Jesse Cunningham 
Rev. Bill Shields 
Rev. Alton Dendy 

COMMITTEE ON DENOMINATIONAL AGENCIES: 

Children's Homes Roy Rickman 

Baptist Hospital Bruce Bryant 

Homes for Aging ■ John Roper 

Christian Education Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

Biblical Recorder Mrs. Edd Brogden 

Cooperative Program Swann Elliott 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

Home Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

State Missions Mrs. Paul Am m on s 

Ministers Retirement Rev. C. C. Welch 

COMMITTEE ON PASTORLESS CHURCHES: 
Missions Committee 

CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES: 

Moderator, Vice Moderator, Sunday School Director, Church Training 
Director, Field Worker, WMU Director, Brotherhood Director. 



COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION: 
Rev. C. C. Welch 
Rev. Earl Dendy 
Rev. Bill Shields 
Cliff Cook 
Marshall Fouts 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE: 
Mrs . Cliff Cook 
Mrs. Clyde Kinsland 



TRUSTEES: 

Charles R. Southard 
H. H. Plemmons 
Charles Cabe 

PROGRAM AND PLACE COMMITTEE: 
Moderator 
Vice Moderator 
Field Worker 
Two Laymen 



MUSIC COMMITTEE: 
John Johnson 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: 
Fred Stiles 

Mrs. Hyldah Shepherd 
Rev. Alton Dendy 



TRUETT CAMP COMMITTEE: 
Rev. Judson Hall 
Rev. Andrew Cloer 






MESSENGERS 

AQUONE: Ralph Postell, Doyce Waters, Dwight Waters, Wendell Bateman 
BETHEL HILL: Ralph Postell 

BLACK MOUNTAIN: Dover Shope, John Murphy, Bryson Hodgins 
BRIAR TOWN: Gene Trammel, Mrs. Gene Trammel, Ronald Douthit 
BUCK CREEK: Glenn Holland, Kenneth Holland, Furman Peak 
BURNINGTOWN: Bronce Roper, Mrs. Robert Parrish, Ralph Tallent, 

Gorman Raby 
CALVARY: Claude Ledford, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nagle 
CARTOOGECHAYE: Roy Southard, Dillard Southard, J. D. Dayton, Robert 

Solsebee, Nat Davis 
CLEAR CREEK: Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wilson, Naomi Chastain, Mr. and 

Mrs. Frank McCall, Walter Wilson 
COWEE: Roy Tippett, Mrs. Clarence Mason, Rev. Eddie Mason, Roy 

Ramsey, Charles Cabe 
COWETTA: Louis Stiles, Blanche Bateman, Nora Bell Carpenter 
ELLIJAY: Irene Adams, Sue Bishop, Peggy Huges 
FLATS: Jerry Kiley, Lloyd Williams, David Zoellner 
FRANKLIN-EAST: None 
FRANKLIN-FIRST: Mrs. Ben Stewart, Mrs. Jessie Ware, Mrs. R. M. 

Rimmer, Miss May McCoy, Mrs. Roy Kinsland, H. H. Plemmons, 

Phil Newton, Verlon Swafford, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Powell 
FRANKLIN- WEST: Ron Pressley, Mike Arnold, Mrs. Fred Moore, Mrs. 

Eleanor Cochran 
HIGDONVILLE: Gene Hawkins, Bill Higdon, Fred Corbin 
HIGHLANDS: H. L. Stewart, J. L. Hicks, Zeb Cabe 

HOLLY SPRINGS: Don Seagle, Jim Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Justice 
IOTLA: John Campbell, George Evans, Mrs. Paul Swafford, Rev. and Mrs. 

M. I. Brock 
LIBERTY: Earl Semons, Dennis Freeman, Wiley Shepherd, Nancy Shepherd 
LONGVIEW: Mrs. Floy Ramey, Mrs. Clyde Drake, Jim Dennison, Mrs. 

Jim Dennison 
MASHBURN BRANCH: Berlon Deal, Howard Mincey 
MT. HOPE: J. B. Lenoir, Mrs. M. Neely 
NEWMANS CHAPEL: Mr. and Mrs. Max McGuire, John Evans, Weaver 

Fox, Lester Evans 
OAK DALE: None 

OAK GROVE: Ernie Sanders, Jewel Copeland, Emma McCoy 
PINE GROVE: Steve Stiles, Eldon Owens, Mrs. Eldon Owens 
PLEASANT HILL: None 

PRENTISS: Mrs. Evelyn Brendle, Mrs. Nell Sanders, Mrs. Katie Shope 
RIDGECREST: Mrs. Evelyn Snyder, Mrs. Vernon Higdon, Mrs. Minnie 

Berry 
ROSE CREEK: Bulon McCall, Furman Welch, Henry Passmore, George 

Southard, Rev. and Mrs. Fred Cook 
SHORTOFF: James L. Lowe, Gordon Talley, Bill Lowe, Harris Elmore 
SUGARFORK: James Crayton, Harold Crisp, Joe White, Alex Deal 
TELLICO: Jud Smith, Clint Cole, Grace Cole, Maude Smith 
UNION HILL: None 

WALNUT CREEK: Irene Mashburn, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Hedden 
WATAUGA: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Clouse, 

Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Cunningham 
WELLS GROVE: Mrs. Annie Long, Elizabeth Moore, Doshie Cook, 

Lawerence Long, Howard Moore, Frank Hunnicutt 
WEST UNION: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stamey, Pearley Kirkland, Lee Ledford 
WINDY GAP: Donna Duvall, Pollie Ledford, Bedell Smith, Thad Wilson, 

Edith Wilson, Paul Smith 
GOLDMINE: Ray McCall, Johnny Rogers, Neville Owens , Larry Dendy 

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EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE 

Aquone Rev. Ralph Postell 

Bethel Hill Rev. Ralph Postell 

Black Mountain Rev. Claude Ledford 

Briartown Rev. Kenneth Jenkins 

Buck Creek Rev. Paul Jones 

Burningtown Rev. Earl Dendy, Bob Bishop 

Calvary Rev. Claude Ledford 

Cartoogechaye Rev. Johnny Raby 

Clear Creek Rev. Eldon Owens 

Cowee Rev. Glenn Whitley, Roy Tippett 

Cowetta Rev. Bobby Crawford 

Ellijay Rev. Walter Clark 

Flats Rev. Truman Ramey 

Franklin, First Rev. Nane Starnes, Harold Moore 

Franklin, East Rev. Harry Garner 

Franklin, West Rev. Andy Cloer, Fred A. Moore 

Goldmine Terry Moffat, Neville Owens 

Higdonville Rev. Gene Hawkins, Fred Corbin 

Highlands Rev. H. L. Stewart 

Holly Springs Rev. Jud Hall, Woodrow Franklin 

Iotla Rev. M. I. Brock, Glenn Campbell 

Liberty Rev. Clarence Martin, Wiley Shepherd 

Longview Wiley Gibson, Don Ledford 

Mashburn Branch Rev. Mack Reed 

Mt. Hope Rev. Eugene Ridley, J. B. Lenoir 

Newmans Chapel Rev. Waymon Lunsford, Weaver Fox 

Oak Dale Rev. Wallace Tallent 

Oak Grove Rev. Ernie Sanders, John Clark 

Pine Grove Rev. L. E. Angel 

Pleasant Hill Rev. Alton Dendy, William McClure 

Prentiss Rev. Jerry L. Davidson 

Ridgecrest Rev. Guy Duvall, Charles Pickens 

Rose Creek Rev. Fred Cook, Beulon McCall 

Shortoff Rev. Roy Lowe 

Sugar Fork Rev. James Crayton, Miss Marie Jennin^ 

Tellico Rev. Fred Cook 

Union Hill Raymond Wilson 

Walnut Creek Rev. Walter Clark 

Watauga Rev. J. S. Cunningham, Verlon Curtiss 

Wells Grove Rev. Jud Duvall, Lawerence Long 

West Union Rev. Paul Morgan 

Windy Gap Rev. Grady Norman, Edgar Younce 



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CONSTITUTION 

As Amended from Time to Time 

ARTICLE I - Name , 

This Association shall be known as the Macon Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II - Object 

The object of this Association shall be: 

1. To cultivate a friendly union among the churches for their mutual 
benefit. 

2. To cooperate with the Baptist State Convention and Southern Baptist 
Convention in the promotion of the causes of Associational Missions, State 
Missions, Home Missions, Foreign Missions, and such other objects as these 
conventions may foster. 

ARTICLE III - Membership 

Section 1. This Association shall be composed of regularly constituted 
Baptist Churches in Macon County who shall be represented at its regular or 
special meetings by duly elected messengers. 

Section 2. This Association shall have the right to determine what churches 
shall be admitted to its union, and to withdraw fellowship from any, for not 
complying with its rules or with the Articles of its Constitution and By-Laws, 
or for violating orthodox principles as set forth and believed by Southern 
Baptists. 

Section 3. Any church desiring membership in the Association will 
present its request at any regular annual meeting. The request will be re- 
ferred to a Credential Committee appointed by the Association, which com- 
mittee, will examine the church's articles of faith, covenant, form of organi- 
zation and such other matters as deemed necessary. Upon favorable report 
of the committee at the next annual meeting of the Association, the church 
may be received into fellowship by a two-thirds majority vote of the messen- 
gers present. 

Section 4. It shall be a duty of each church to furnish the Association each 
year a letter, on a form provided by the clerk, giving full information and 
statistics provided for on the form; and to send with the letter or by a mes- 
senger a contribution toward the cost of printing the minutes of the Association. 
This letter and accompanying money to cover cost of minutes requested shall 
be in the clerk's hands thirty (30) days prior to annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IV - Meetings 

Section 1. The Association shall meet annually on Thursday evening and 
Friday following the second Sunday in August. The associational year shall 

begin July 1, and end June 30. 

Section 2. The business of the Association shall be transacted by the 
pastors of the several churches, and two messengers from each church, to- 
gether with one additional messenger for every fifty members or fraction 
thereof above the first fifty, with no church having more than fifteen messen- 
gers. 

Section 3. This Association shall be governed in its meetings by such 
rules as may be adopted, amended or set aside by a majority vote of the 
messengers present. "Roberts' Rules of Order" will be the guide in all 
parliamentary matters. 



ARTICLE V - Officers and Committees 

Section 1. The officers of this Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Historian, and three trustees. 

Section 2. The standing Committees of this Association shall be the 
Executive Committee, the Missions Committee, the Nominating Committee, 
Credential and Ordination Committee, Evangelism Committee, Program and 
Place Committee, and such other committees as the body may direct. The 
Moderator and A ssociational Missionary shall be Ex-Officio members of all 
standing Committees. 

ARTICLE VI - Associational Missionary 

Section 1. The Association shall employ an Associational Missionary 
whose duties are described as follows: 

(a) Work with and under the general supervision of the Missions Com- 
mittee of the Association in maintaining and directing the Associational Pro- 
gram of Missions. 

(b) Give guidance, counsel, and assistance whenever possible, and/or 
as needed to associational officers, organizations, and committees. 

(c) Share and distribute information concerning plans and activities of 
the N. C. Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention as they re- 
late to the work and program of the churches. 

(d) Make himself available to each church and pastor, as his schedule 
permits, for any service he might render, such as preaching, teaching and 
counseling. 

(e) Administer or execute any other activities that the Association shall 
direct. 

Section 2. The Associational Missionary shall be called for an indefinite 
term to serve until the relationship is disolved at the request of either the 
Missionary or the Association. In either case, at least sixty days notice 
shall be given of termination of the relationship, unless otherwise mututally 
agreed, with both the Missionary and the Association seeking to follow the 
will of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit. 

Section 3. The missionary shall be provided with such salary and ex- 
penses as the Missions Committee shall recommend with the approval of the 
Association. 

ARTICLE VII - Amendments 

This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended at any regular annual 
meeting by a two-thirds majority vote of the messengers present, provided 
the proposed amendment shall have been presented in written form on the 
first day of the annual meeting. The vote on any proposed amendment so 
presented may be deferred until the second day if requested by a majority 
vote of the messengers present. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I - Election of Officers 

All general officers of this Association shall be elected at each annual 
meeting upon the recommendation of the Nominating Committee. The terms 
of office to begin at the conclusion of the annual meeting and to continue until 
the close of the next annual meeting. Any vacancies occurring in the interim 
shall be filled by the Executive Committee. 



ARTICLE II - Duties of Officers 

Section 1. THE MODERATOR: The Moderator shall preside over the 
meetings of the Association and discharge such duties as are incumbent on the 
presiding officers of a deliberative body and shall also serve as chairman of 
the Executive Committee. He shall serve not more than two years consecu- 
tively. He shall appoint during the first session committees to report at the 
Annual Associational Meeting. These committees are: Resolutions and any 
other committees. 

Section 2. THE VICE-MODERATOR: The Vice-Moderator shall perform 
the duties of the Moderator in the absence of or at the request of the Modera- 
tor. 

Section 3. THE CLERK: The Clerk shall record and preserve the pro- 
ceedings of the Association and have the same printed and distributed subject 
to the approval of the Moderator and Treasurer. 

Section 4. THE TREASURER: The Treasurer shall preserve all monies 
paid into the body and pay the same upon the instruction of the Association, or 
Missions Committee. He shall make a quarterly report to the Executive Com- 
mittee and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 5. THE HISTORIAN: The Historian shall record and keep a 
record of such items as would be of interest to a future historian, in a book 
kept for that purpose. He shall keep a file of the Associational minutes. 

Section 6. THE TRUSTEES: The Trustees shall be three in number and 
shall hold title to all properties owned by the Association. No conveyance or 
deed-of-trust shall be executed affecting the title of said property except upon 
the instructions of the annual meeting of the Association or the Executive 
Committee. The Trustees shall serve terms of three years with one-third 
elected each year. 

ARTICLE III - The Executive Committee 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers 
of the Association, the pastors of the churches of the Association, and one lay 
member from each church. 

Section 2. The lay members shall be elected by the Church and reported 
to the Association on the Annual Associational Letter. The officers of the 
Association, heads of Associational Organizations and pastors are automatic- 
ally on the committee by virtue of the places of leadership they hold in the 
Association. 

Section 3. Duties of the Executive Committee: 

(a) To meet quarterly and upon call of the chairman. 

(b) To act for and on behalf of the Association between sessions. 

(c) To fill vacancies which may occur during the year in the person- 
nel of the Associational Officers or workers for the remainder of such unex- 
pired terms. 

(d) To make such recommendations as it may deem wise for the 
strengthening and upbuilding of the churches and the work of the Association. 

ARTICLE IV - The Missions Committee 

Section 1. The Missions Committee shall be composed of four pastors 
and three laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. The pastors shall 
be elected for a term of two years with one-half the number being elected 
each year. The laymen shall be elected for a term of three years with one- 
third of the number being elected each year. The committee shall elect its 
chairman and secretary each year. 

Section 2. Duties of the Missions Committee: To lead in our Associational 
Missions Program through: 

(a) General supervision and guidance of the Associational Mission 
Program. 



(b) Seeking out an Associational Missionary, making nominations in 
event of vacancy. 

(c) Planning a Program of Activities with the Associational Mission- 
ary. 

(d) The Recommendation of an Associational Budget to the Executive 
Committee meeting just prior to the annual meeting of the Association. 

(e) The supervision of the expenditure of the budget. 

(f) The enlistment of the churches in the active financial support of 
the Associational Mission program. 

ARTICLE V - The Credential and Ordination Committee 

Section 1. The Credential and Ordination Committee shall be composed 
of three pastors and two laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. 
The first named shall be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Credential and Ordination Committee: 

(a) Examine applications churches seeking admission into Association. 

(b) Make necessary recommendations to the Association. 

(c) Encourage all churches to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in 
ordaining men to the Gospel Ministry. 

(d) Upon the invitation of the church conducting the ordination, rep- 
resent the Association on the examining council. 

ARTICLE VI - The Nominating Committee 

Section 1. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of three pastors 
and two laymen to be appointed by the Moderator during the first session of 
each annual Associational Meeting. The first named shall be chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Nominating Committee: 

(a) To nominate the general officers of the Association. 

(b) To nominate the Associational Sunday School Superintendent. 

(c) To nominate the Associational Training Union Director. 

(d) To nominate the Orphanage, Hospital, Biblical Recorder, and 
Baptist Home for the aging representatives. 

(e) To nominate Associational Brotherhood president. 

(f) To nominate Associational Music Director. 

(g) To nominate the standing committees that are to function during 
the year between the sessions of the Association. 

(h) To fill vacancies occuring in any of the standing committees during 
the year. 

Section 3. All other officers are to be recommended by the heads of the 
organizations and departments to the Nominating Committee. 

ARTICLE VII - Committee on Evangelism 

Section 1. The Committee on Evangelism shall be composed of three 
members nominated by the Nominating Committee. The first named shall be 
the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Committee on Evangelism: 

(a) Study and keep the Association and trend of Baptism within the 
Association. 

(b) Plan and promote such meetings as will keep the cause of Evan- 
gelism before the Association. 

ARTICLE VIII - Program and Place Committee 

Section 1. This committee shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Associational Missionary and two laymen. 

Section 2. Duties: 

(a) This committee shall plan the program of the annual meeting as to 
time, place, and preacher and all necessary events. 

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(b) This program shall be presented to the Executive Committee at its 
last regular meeting before the Association 

ARTICLE IX - Reports 

All reports to the Annual Associational Meeting are to be in the Associ- 
ational Missionary's office thirty (30) days prior to the Annual Associational 

AA e*e>t in a . 



Meeting. 

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PROGRAM 



SEVENTY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

THEME: "SHARE HIS LOVE" 

NIGHT SESSION WITH PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
August 15, 1974 - 7:30 P.M. 

7:30 Call to Worship Moderator 

Hymn No. 211 "Fairest Lord Jesus" -- Mr. Johnson 

7:35 Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. L. E. Angel 

Recognition of Pastors and Visitors Moderator 

Enrollment & Statistical Report Mrs. Mary Justice 

Report of Committee on Order of Business -- Moderator 
7:50 Share His Love Through Missions 

Associational Missions Rev. Cecil Frady 

Home Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

State Missions Mrs. Paul Amnions 

Speaker Rev. L. J. Morris, State 

Baptist Convention 
8:10 Share His Through Baptist Literature 

Biblical Recorder Report Mrs. Edd Brogden 

Speaker J. Marse Grant, Editor-B.R. 

8:25 Woman's Missionary Union Report Mrs. Mamie Raby 

8:35 Hymn No. 149 "Savior Thou Dying Love" -- Mr. Johnson 
Business 
Executive Promotion Committee Report -- Moderator 

Treasurer's Report Mrs. Elizabeth Mason 

Finance Committee Report Rev. Glenn Whitley 

Missions Committee Report Rev. Glenn Whitley 

Miscellaneous Business 
8:50 Hymn No. 424 "Take The Name Of Jesus" -- Mr. Johnson 
Annual Sermon and Benediction Rev. Cecil Frady 

DAY SESSION WITH WEST FRANKLIN BAPTIST CHURCH 
Morning Session August 16, 1974 - 9:30 A. M. 

THEME: "SHARE HIS LOVE" 
Piano Meditation 

9:30 Hymn No. 363 "Lily of the Valley" Mr. Johnson 

Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. Andy Cloer 

9:40 Report on Evangelism Rev. J. S. Cunningham 

9:50 Cooperative Program Report Mr. Swann Elliott 

Spe ake r 

10:05 Baptist Foundation Report 

Spe ake r 

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10:15 
10:20 



11:05 
11:20 
11:25 
12:00-1 



Hymn No. 1 9 "Love Divine" Mr. Johnson 

Share His Love Through Social Service 

Home For the Aging Report Mr. John Roper 

Speaker 

Baptist Hospital Report Rev. Calvin Knight 

Children's Home Report Mr. Roy Rickman 

Speaker Mr. Clyde Morris 

Report on Minister's Retirement Rev. C. C. Welch 

Hymn No. 258 "Jesus Paid It All" Mr. Johnson 

Doctrinal Message Rev. H. L. Stewart 

00 Fellowship and Lunch 

Grace for Noon Meal Rev. Alton Dendy 



1:00 



1:10 



1:25 



2:00 



2:20 



2:35 
2:45 
2:50 



AFTERNOON SESSION 
August lb, 1974 - 1:00 P.M. 

Piano Meditation 

Hymn No. 391 "He Keeps Me Singing"- Mr. Johnson 

Scripture and Prayer Rev. Jim Crayton 

Report of Associational Committees -- Rev. Bill Shields 

Report of Nominating Committee Rev. Bill Shields 

Place and Preacher Committee Moderator 

Share His Love Through Education 

Christian Education Report T Mrs. Charles Cabe 

Speaker Rep. of Gardner Webb 

College 

Fruitland 

Seminary Extension Report Mrs. Hyldah Shepherd 

Truett Camp Report Rev. Glenn Whitley 

Speaker 

Baptist College 

Share His Love Through Associational Programs 

Vacation Bible School Mrs. Mary Powell 

G.A. Report 

Church Training Report Mr. John Rogers 

Sunday School Report Mr. Roy Tippett 

Music Report Mr. John Johnson 

County Wide Deacon Report 

Honoring the Deceased Rev. Earl Dendy 

Report of the Resolutions Committee-- Mrs. Cliff Cook 

Mrs. Clyde Kinsland 

Historian Report Miss May McCoy 

Hymn No. 13 "Savior, Like A Shepherd Lead Us" -- Mr. Johnson 

Inspirational Message Rev. Earl Dendy 

Installation of Officers for 1974-75 Moderator 

Benediction Rev. Claude Ledford 



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PROCEEDINGS 

of the 

SEVENTY -FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 

of the 

MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

THEME: "Share His Love" 

The Macon Baptist Association met in its seventy-first session with the 
Pine Grove Baptist Church on Thursday evening, August 15, 1974. Mrs. 
Elizabeth Hall played a five -minute prelude at the piano while the evening 
session was gathering. 

THURSDAY EVENING - AUGUST 15, 1974 

1 . The Association was called to order by Moderator Rev. Jud Duvall, 
at 7:30 P.M. 

2. Mr. John Johnson, Associational Music Director, led in singing 
"Fairest Lord Jesus," with Mrs. Elizabeth Hall at the piano. 

3. The host pastor, Rev. L. E. Angel, welcomed the Seventy-first 
session to Pine Grove Baptist Church. Rev. Angel read John 10:14-15-16 
and led in prayer. 

4. At this time the moderator extended a welcome to pastors and 
visitors asking them to stand stating their names and church of their 
pastorate. Twenty pastors were present. There were no visitors. There 
were three new pastors present. 

5. The report on enrollment and statistics was submitted by Mrs. Mary 
Justice, clerk. The clerk received 41 letters representing 150 messengers. 
A roll of the churches was called with those elected by their churches as 
messengers standing to constitute the governing body of the Associational 
meeting. The clerk moved the adoption of the statistical summary to be 
accepted as information. Also moved was acceptance of the attending mes- 
sengers and other duly appointed messengers who might arrive later to con- 
stitute the seventy-first annual session of the Macon Baptist Association. 
The motion passed and the report was adopted. 

6. Rev. Nane Starnes, Pastor First Baptist Church, Franklin, N.C. 
was recognized and talked about the Pierson Estate, located in West Ashe- 
ville, N.C. This property has been purchased for a Retirement Home. 

7. The printed program was adopted with the necessary modifications 
to be made. 

8. W.M.U. Report prepared by Mrs. Mamie Raby. 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 



The Woman's Missionary Union is now active in eleven churches of the 
Association. Four churches have all levels. 

All the Associational offices are filled. 

During the last week in February the Evangelism book "The Cutting 
Edge" by Gordan Clinard was taught Associational wide at the First Church 
by ladies of our Woman's Missionary Union. 

During Focus week our ladies of WMU did the devotion on Radio Station 
WFSC. 

April 2, 1974 our annual WMU meeting was held at Mt. Hope Baptist 

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Church our theme was John 1:14. Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Sorrells was the 
evening speakers. They are missionaries to Brazil. We are thankful for 
their wonderful testimony. May God continue to bless them. All Churches 
active in W.M.U. were represented at this annual meeting. We were grate- 
ful to Mt. Hope for hosting our meeting. 

In May Mrs. Kathy Parker held a Mother and Daughter Banquet for all 
interested W.M.U. officers and the G.A. Girls and their mothers, it was a 
wonderful experience for all attending. 

The book "YES" was taught associational wide in mid July at the First 
Baptist Church. 

We're looking forward to a good attendance at Fruitland, and praying 
God's blessings on our Woman's Missionary Union and all work done in His 
name. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Mamie Raby, W.M.U. President 

9. Mr. Johnson led the group in singing "Savior Thou Dying Love." 

10. The Association adopted a letter to President Gerald Ford expressing 
"our deep gratitude for the extraordinary messages that you have delivered 

. . . since you took office. We are indeed grateful for your frankness and the 
seeming Christian courage you displayed in asking for the sincere prayers 
of the American people. We pledge you our prayerful support as you seek 
the wisdom of God to enable you to lead our great country." The letter ended 
with Psalm 33:12, "Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord." 

11. The Executive Promotion Committee's report was accepted as infor- 
mation. The moderator spoke to this report. 

The Moderator appointed Rev. Alton Dendy, Rev. Claude Ledford 
Rev. Roy Lowe, Orville Parker, Earl Justice, to serve on the nominating 
committee . 

12. Mrs. Elizabeth Mason spoke to Treasurer's Report and report was 
adopted. 



TREASURER'S REPORT 
Fiscal Year - July 1, 1973 through June 30, 1974 

Amount Brought forward from previous year 

Contributions Assn. Miss. Home Minutes Paving 

Aquone $ $ $ 5. 00 $ 

Black Mtn. 153.00 66.13 20.00 

Bethel Hill 5. 00 

Briartown 50.00 8.00 

Buck Creek 10.00 6.00 

Burningtown 150.00 8.00 40.00 

Calvary 30.00 10.00 

Cartoogechaye-- 200.00 500.00 12.00 100.00 

Clear Creek 113.35 15.00 48.61 

Cowee 728.00 167.00 20.00 100.00 

Coweeta 75.00 

E. Franklin 57.00 

Ellijay 10.00 25.00 

Franklin, 1 st--2, 1 24. 75 750.00 10.00 

Gold Mine 60.00 125.00 12.00 40.00 

Higdonville 275.00 10.00 25.00 

Highlands, 1st-- 330.00 330.00 4.00 50.00 

Holly Springs--- 363.96 68.25 6.00 

Iotla 540.00 10.00 

Liberty 180.00 20.00 50.00 

Longview 720.00 24.00 100.00 

Mashburn Br. -- 112.00 

Mt. Hope 336.00 227.52 10.00 100.00 

Nantahala(VBS)- 

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1, 336. 65 
Other 



10. 00 
(Ch.Home) 



43.53 
(Co. Prog.) 



Newman Chapel -$ 94.05 

Oak Dale 191.27 

Oak Grove 110.00 

Pine Grove 

Prentiss 61.00 

Ridgecrest 192.00 

Rose Creek 

Shortoff 167. 16 

Sugarfork 125.00 

Tellico 

Walnut Creek 25.00 

Watauga 250.00 

Wells Grove 120.00 

W. Franklin 60.00 

West Union 9.75 

Windy Gap 77.50 

WMU Highlands ,1st-- 
N.C.Bapt. State 

Convention--- 1, 846. 00 
Rev. Cecil Frady (Reim- 
bursement telephone 

calls) 255. 19 

Christian Action League 
(Offering from 

Assn. Mtg. ) 

Norman Blaine 

Bruce Bryant 

Pauline Cable 

Mrs. J.D.Carson 

Jim Conley 

Cliff Cook 

J. C. Crisp 

Flora Dean 

Lolita Dean 

Dryman's Men Shop-- 

Lyman Fisher 

Nobel Garrett 

Ann Higdon 

Bill Horsley 

Roy Kinsland 

Barbara Ledford 

Oscar Ledford 

Clarence Mason 

Mae McCoy 

Nora Moody 

Parker Norton 

Mary Powell 

Roy Rickman 

Hyldah Shepherd 

J. H. Stockton 50.00 

Verlon Swafford 

Walter Wilson 

Total Contributions for 
Year $10, 194.98 



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120 


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68 


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62.08 






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45 


4. 00 
10. 00 






21.52 
(Liter. ) 
25. 00* 



20. 00 



150.00 



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200. 00 



25. 00 



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$3, 172.48 $332.00 $1,683.32 



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DISBURSEMENTS 

Rev. Cecil Frady (Salary & Travel) $ 6,199.92 

Annuity Board, SBC (Annuity, Rev. Frady) 400.08 

Rev. Cecil Frady (VBS Clinic Registration) 10.00 

Rev. Cecil Frady (Reimbursed for lawn mower) 23.95 

Rev. Cecil Frady (Convention Expense) 75.00 

Barbara Ledford (Treasurer Oct. 1, 1972 - 

Sept. 30, 1973) 100.00 

Linda P. Cabe (Clerk July 1, 1972 -June 30, 1 973) - - 1 00. 00 

Nantahala Power & Light Co. (Electricity) 484.49 

Western Carolina Telephone Co. (Telephone) 507.71 

Town of Franklin (Water & Sewer) 68. 02 

N.C. Baptist State Conv. (Cooperative Program) 188.71 

(Nantahala VBS $43.53; Pine Grove VBS $23.10) 

(Newman Chapel $60.00; Wells Grove VBS $62.08) 

Gray & Creech (Mimeo Supplies) 74.03 

Zeb Meadows, Postmaster 63.00 

(Mailing Permit #33 $45.00; Stamps $18.00) 

Franklin Ins . Agency (Insurance to 8/4/74) 145.00 

Christian Action League (Offering from Assn. Mtg . )-- 115.35 
First Union National Bank (Bal. of Contributions 

1972-1973) 631.42 

First Union National Bank (On Principal of Loan) -- 3, 172. 73 

Baptist Book Store (VBS Material) 21.52 

Baptist Sunday School Board (T.U. Literature $41. 11 

VBS Material & Maps $63.65; Church Liter. 

$34. 37) 139. 13 

N.C. Bapt. Children's Home (Cartoogechaye Jr. 

Class) 10. 00 

Rev. Edgar N. Crosley ("M" Night Speaker) 50.00 

Missouri Baptist Press (Printing Minutes) 274.00 

Hilton Business Equipment (Repair typewriter & 

purchase stencils) 38.82 

Franklin Stone Co. (Paving $1400; Stone $564.44) -- 1,964.44 

Food Palace (Fertilize) 45.40 

Joe McDowell (Use of truck to haul gravel to Assn. 

Home) — — 10. 00 

Total Disbursements for Year $14, 912. 72 

Balance on Hand July 1, 1973 $ 1, 336. 65 

Total Contributions for Year 16, 897. 36 

Total on hand for year 18,234. 01 

Disbursements for year 14,912.72 

Balance on hand June 30, 1974 $ 3, 321.29 

Respectfully submitted, Elizabeth F. Mason, Treasurer 

13. Rev. Glenn Whitley reported on missions and proposed budget. 

BUDGET 

SALARIES: 

Field Worker $ 5,500.00 

Treasurer 100.00 

Clerk 100.00 

Total Salaries $ 5, 700. 00 

GENERAL EXPENDITURES: 

Water, Lights, & Heat $ 850.00 

Travel Expenses For Field Worker 1,500.00 

Convention Expenses (Field Worker) 300.00 

Annuity Board (Field Worker's Retirement) 600.00 

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GENERAL EXPENDITURES: (Continued) 

Office Phone $ 300.00 

Printing of Minutes for Churches 100. 00 

Postage and Office Supplies 3 00. 00 

Maintenance 250. 00 

Total General Expenses $ 4,200. 00 

PROMOTIONAL EXPENSES: 

Sunday School $ 75.00 

Training Union 100.00 

Woman's Missionary Union 125. 00 

Vacation Bible School 75-00 

Total Promotional $ 375. 00 

Grand Total $10,275.00 

Conv. Supplement $ 1,704.00 

Church's Part $ 8,571.00 

Respectfully submitted, Billy Smith, Chairman; Glenn Whitley, 

Harvey Stewart, Jack King, Zeb Hall, Victor Teague 

Rev. Glenn Whitley spoke to Truett Camp report. 

TRUETT CAMP REPORT 

Under the direction of George Kenneth Crawford we are experiencing an 
exceptional year at George W. Truett Camp. At this writing we have just 
completed Youth Music Week with a total registration of 47. Approximately 
400 boys and girls will be served by the camp this summer. 

As well as the seven regular weeks of camp, we are happy to report 
that more and more churches and associations are using the Truett facilities 
for retreats and outings. 

Also we are grateful for the increased response from many of our Region 
10 churches in sending financial support to the camp. Because of this we 
will be able to finish the camping season in the black in spite of the fact camp 
fees have not been raised in keeping with spiraling costs. 

We would like to remind the pastors of the area of our Preacher's Camp 
Meeting to be held September 16-18. Our preacher will be Dr. Howard Ford, 
Director of the Missions Division of the Baptist State Convention and our 
Bible teacher will be Alex Booth, Dean of Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute. 
The emphasis of the three days will be deepening of spiritual life. 

Respectfully submitted, Glenn Whitley, Luther Osment, Area Missionary 

14. Baptist Hospital report submitted by Bruce Bryant. Rev. Calvin 
Knight from Baptist Hospital spoke to this report. 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

Changes and additions continue to be made for the purpose of providing 
better hospital care. Renovation of the Progressive Care Unit has been com- 
pleted, and the South and West Wings of the hospital building are now being 
renovated. Construction of the Ambulatory Care Unit is well under way and 
is scheduled for completion in the spring, or early summer, of 1975. 

New discoveries continue to make possible better medical care. For 
example, a new EMI-Scanner is to be installed and is expected to be in use 
before the end of this year. This device, which combines the use of x-rays 
and computors, will make it possible to detect brain tumors, blood clots, 
and strokes more accurately and more quickly. Scans can be completed in 
about 30 minutes and the results can be available in another five minutes. 
There is no risk or discomfort involved, and the patient does not have to be 
admitted to the hospital. 

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New approaches are also being made in the hospital's ministry to the 
emotional and spiritual needs of people. The Division of Human Enrichment 
and Development, in the Department of Pastoral Care, is conducting retreats 
seminars, and workshops designed to help appropriate the resources of the 
Christian faith to the various areas and experiences of life. The Pastoral 
Care Department has also opened its first satellite center, in Fayetteville, 
to offer counseling and training to people in that area. Your Cooperative 
Program gifts help to support these ministries. 

The School of Nursing graduated its last class in May. The school has 
been in the process of phasing out for the past three years, as the result 
of a trustee decision made in 1971. 

In January the hospital had its only room rate increase in the past 
three and one half years. Nevertheless, the hospital continues to operate 
"in the black". The 1973 Mother's Day Offerings amounted to $375, 000. At 
the time of this writing, our 1974 Mother's Day gifts are running ahead of 
the same time last year. These gifts are used to assist patients with the 
most urgent financial needs. A special committee of five Baptists from the 
Winston-Salem area assists personnel from the hospital Business Office and 
the Department of Denominational Relations in administering these funds. 

Your hospital staff, and the people they serve, are grateful for your 
interest, your prayers and your financial support. 

Respectfully submitted, Bruce Bryant, Calvin S. Knight, 

Director Denominational Relations 

15. Report submitted by Mrs. Zena Pearl Brogden. Mr. Marse Grant, 
Editor of Biblical Recorder spoke to this report. 

BIBLICAL RECORDER REPORT 

The BIBLICAL RECORDER is grateful for another good year, although 
these are difficult days for religious publications. Some have had to go out 
of business while others are squeezed by rising costs. The RECORDER has 
not escaped the pressures of inflation. For example, paper has risen 61 per 
cent already this year -- and the end is not in sight. 

Even so, the RECORDER has been in business for 141 years and expects 
to continue. A few changes have to be made, however, to keep the paper 
strong. As staff members have resigned or retired, they have not been re- 
placed. Some weeks the number of pages has to be reduced to save money, 
but readers have been very understanding. 

Despite some problems, the RECORDER is enjoying its highest circu- 
lation in history -- more than 111,000 -- thanks to the continuing support 
of the vast majority of Baptist churches in the state. These churches and 
their members remember the part the RECORDER played in the overwhelm- 
ing defeat of liquor by the drink last November. This is probably the most 
significant story that the RECORDER has reported since the associations 
met last year. You will remember that approximately 70 per cent of the 
voters in the state voted against liquor by the drink and it was defeated in 
97 of 100 counties. This should take care of this issue for awhile. 

The RECORDER will continue its emphasis on local church coverage, 
seeking to deal with problems that every church has. Naturally, we are 
prejudiced, but we do not believe any publication can take the place of the 
BIBLICAL RECORDER. If your church does not send it to every family, 
may we ask a simple question: Why? At a cost of only a nickel a week for 
each family, this is the best investment a Baptist church can make. Put the 
RECORDER in the budget before it has to increase the rate because of 
inflation. 

Respectfully submitted, Zena Pearl Brogden, J. Marse Grant, 

Editor BIBLICAL RECORDER 



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16. Mrs. Mary Justice, Clerk, read recommendation of Rev. Glenn 
Whitley to change the day session of the Annual Association to night. This 
is to read as follows; First session to begin at 7:30 P.M. The second 
session to begin at 4:00 P.M. the following day. This was moved and 
carried. 

17. Mrs. Mary Justice, Clerk, read action taken on purchasing an 
Off Set Machine for the Association. Rev. Glenn Whitley made motion to 
purchase the machine. Motion carried. This machine was purchased and is 
in operation. 

18. The moderator took an offering for Off Set Press Machine. The 
amount collected was $172.90. 

19. Mr. John Johnson, led the group in singing "Take the Name of 
Jesus With You." 

20. Annual Sermon - Rev. Cecil Frady, Associational Missionary. 
"Share His Love" He read as his scripture, John 13:1. 

21. Rev. Jimmy Morris, Communications Director Baptist State Con- 
vention spoke to all Missions reports. Rev. Morris showed a film "Sharing 
Love In Missions." 

STATE MISSIONS REPORT 

The churches are on mission to people under the Lordship of Christ - 
Matthew 28:19-20. Churches in a cooperative plan express their mission 
beyond the local congregation. State Missions is interrelated by planning 
and financing with associations, the State Convention, and the Home Mission 
Board. There is a ministry of State Missions expressed within the local 
church in Evangelism, Church Programs and Stewardship Promotion. State 
Missions is churches expressing a positive interest in Christian Education. 

State Missions is a multiplicity of special ministries too big for any one 
local church. These ministries to areas of need may be altogether supported 
by State Missions budgeting, or a cooperative budgeting arrangement of the 
local church, the association, the State Convention, and the Home Mission 
Board. Such specialized ministries include work at Cherokee and Pembroke, 
promotion and coordination of World Mission Conferences, support of 
part-time Chaplaincies in several correctional institutions, assistance in 
witnessing to and enlisting for service Orientals and Spanish speaking 
peoples. A specialized ministry to the deaf includes evangelizing, teaching 
and counseling the deaf. 

Also included is a cooperative plan for Seminary extension and a rapidly 
growing Resort Ministry. Fruitland Baptist Institute is an area of State 
Missions. Our cities need Baptist Centers and other expressions of Christian 
social and evangelistic concern. State Missions promotes and supports a 
vigorous ministry in the inner city. State Missions continues a specialized 
ministry with other races. 

State Missions serves the pastor and local church. New churches are 
encouraged by loans and grants of lot aid. Needy churches are given 
financial aid until they can become self-supporting. Pastors are directly 
helped through Annuity supplements. 

State Missions is a cooperative ministry by the churches to people who 
need God and other churches that need help. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Paul Ammons 

ASSOCIATION MISSIONARY REPORT 



Macon Baptist Association was organized in 1904 to support the churches 
in their work. Through the association, churches can do things cooperatively 
and together better than the church can do alone. Since Macon Association 
was organized the association has grown from 24 Baptist churches to 48, 
less one who dissolved being a church. 

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The Association has grown in many other aspects such as: from part- 
time missionaries to full-time missionary with beautiful Association Build- 
ing which provides ample space for Home and Office. These dreams have 
become a reality through much hard work, planning and prayers of many and 
through the cooperative efforts of each church. 

We had an increase of giving to the Association Work of $4, 348.46 which 
includes missions, home, paving, and office equipment. Out thirteen Vaca- 
tion Bible Schools reported we had an enrollment of 798 and 26 professions 
of faith. We do rejoice over these souls but this is less than last year. 
However, many reports did not reach the office in time to report. 

We thank God for the victory in defeating the Liquor -by-the-Drink in 
November. We do appreciate the work, Christian Action League, our pastors, 
lay people, did to help combat the evils of alcohol. Let us be ready at all 
times to do our part; the forces of evil are always at work. 

The paving of the Association drives have been so helpful and enjoyed 
by all who attend our meetings and visit these grounds. 

The off set machine will be a great asset to our work and we hope to 
our churches . 

I hope next year we can have a stronger pastors conference with more 
of our pastors attending. Our Executive meetings needs to be supported 
with your pressence and prayers. 

I would like to urge that we be more in harmony and together in "74-75" 
to do what Jesus commanded us to do: 1. Teach all Nations, 2. Preach the 
Gospel to all Nations, 3. Baptize by immersion every born again believer, 
4. Teach Christians to do what Jesus taught. 

I would like to see our Association Deacons Meeting revived, brother- 
hood's organized and some revived, our Training Union, Sunday School, 
WMU, strengthened that through these organizations in our churches we could 
win people to Christ, and teach them to observe all things that Jesus 
commanded. 

Through your support and prayers you have a part in the Association 
Program . 

In these times we need banded together as never before in one accord to 
carry on God's work. Let us not grow weary in well doing for in due season, 
we shall reap, if we faint not. Gal. 6:9 

My appreciation goes to the pastors, association officers, churches, 
State Convention, Southern Baptist Convention, Cooperative Program for 
support, prayers and cooperation given me this past year. It is because of 
you I am able to be serving you in this capacity. 

We thank God for all accomplishments and victories and all His many 
blessings and trust Him to lead us and where we are weak that we may be- 
come strong for Him. 

Respectfully submitted, Cecil Frady, Associational Missionary 

FOREIGN MISSIONS REPORT 



At the close of 1973 the Foreign Mission Board had an overseas mission- 
ary staff of 2,538. Additions during the year totaled 229. On January 1, 1974 
Southern Baptist missionaries were under appointment to 77 geographical or 
political entities. 

Missionaries are related to national Baptist conventions and churches 
on five continents. More than 75 percent of these churches are self- 
supporting. In some countries, all of the churches in the national convention 
are self-supporting. 

During 1973 a new national convention was organized - The Cooperative 
Baptist Convention of Guyana. Conventions and unions in other lands are 
emphasizing lay witnessing and church-centered evangelistic efforts. WIN 
(Witness Involvement Now) schools have been held in Bangladesh, Hong Kong, 
Taiwan, and Japan, and other countries are planning such schools for this 
year. 

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Unusual response to special evangelistic campaigns in 1973 were re- 
ported in Nigeria, Korea and the Philippines. 

Around the world, the student generation is receiving attention from 
Baptist missionaries and national conventions. Construction has begun on a 
student center to minister to young peop e attending the University of Guam. 
Special conferences on student work for missionaries and national workers 
from East and Southeast Asia were held in the Philippines in 1973. In Japan, 
plans have been projected for renewed emphasis on ministry to students. 

Approximately 50 percent of the Southern Baptist Convention Cooperative 
Program funds is made available annually for foreign missions. This is the 
basis upon which sustained advance can be built. But still urgently needed 
on overseas fields are land, buildings, and equipment amounting to several 
million dollars' worth. HOW WILL YOU AND I RESPOND TO THIS 
CHALLENGE? 

Respectfully submitted, Barbara Roper 

HOME MISSIONS REPORT 



Southern Baptist leaders realized at the very beginning of the denomina- 
tion they would confront barriers difficult, perhaps impossible, for a single 
Christian or church or even state convention to cross alone. Knowing this, 
the Convention created the Home Mission Board and charged it with responsi- 
bility for developing and promoting a single uniform missions program to 
assist churches, associations and state conventions in crossing barriers to 
make disciples for Christ in the homeland. 

The many ministries of the Board which engage persons at the point of 
their needs are carried on through twelve programs of work: Evangelism, 
Christian Social Ministries, Church Extension, Pioneer Missions, Church 
Loans, Language Missions, Interfaith Witness, Chaplains, Associational 
Administration Service, Rural-Urban Missions, Metropolitan Missions , and 
Cooperative Ministries with National Baptists. 

The Christian Service Corps provides contact service to volunteers 
wishing to work on a home missions field (at one's own expense) for a brief 
or extended time. Student Summer Missions employs some nine hundred 
college students for ten weeks each summer. Approximately thirty US-2'ers 
are appointed annually for a two year period. Career mission opportunities 
exist in a variety of types: from mission pastors to language missions to 
Christian social ministries and more. 

The Home Mission Board is active in all fifty states, Panama and Puerto 
Rico. Home Missions presently employs about twenty-two hundred full-time 
missionaries, staff and office personnel. In addition, the agency assists 
nearly six thousand special workers like youth groups and choirs, student 
summer missionaries and Campers on Mission. The Board also endorses 
more than nine hundred chaplains not counted in the missionary force. Ap- 
proximately one thousand missionaries are involved in language missions, 
and two hundred fifty are associated with Christian social ministries. Some 
sixty US-2'ers serve on home mission fields. Between three hundred fifty 
and four hundred pastors receive church pastoral aid. One half of home 
missions financial support is provided through the Cooperative Program, and 
the other half comes from the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering. The home 
missions budget annually exceeds $16 million. Approximately $1,900 is re- 
quired to operate home missions for one hour and cost for one minute is 
nearly $32. 

Communities without need for some special ministry are few. Most any 
concerned Christian can look around him and discover opportunities for 
mission service. This is the basic ingredient of home missions. 

Respectfully submitted, Connie Campbell 



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22. Moved and seconded that all reports which had been given be adopted. 

23. Motion to adjourn meeting until 9:30 A.M. at West Franklin Baptist 
Church. 

The Benediction was by Rev. Clarence Martin. 
Adjournment at 9:40 P.M. 

Jud Duvall, Moderator - Mary Justice, Clerk 

FRIDAY MORNING - AUGUST 16, 1974 
WEST FRANKLIN BAPTIST CHURCH 

Meditation music was presented by Mrs. Elizabeth Mason. 

24. West Franklin Baptist Church was host for the Friday session. 
Moderator Jud Duvall called this second session to order at 9:30 A.M. 
Mr. Johnson led the group in singing "Lily of the Valley." 

25. Rev. Andrew Cloer pastor of the host church, extended a welcome 
to those attending the Friday Session. 

26. Rev. Cecil Frady gave report on Baptist Foundation oral. 

27. Mr. Johnson, led the group in singing "Love Divine." 

28. The Baptist Home for The Aging was prepared by John Roper and 
received information. 

BAPTIST HOMES FOR THE AGING REPORT 



Among the many ministries that we as Baptist support, is North Caro- 
lina Baptist Homes, for the Aging. For over twenty-three years we have 
had this opportunity to be of service to hundreds of older people in our state. 
We have done so through two ways: (1) Special offering received in February 
of each year, (2) Through the Cooperative Program. 

God has blessed this ministry in a remarkable way during the past year. 
The Trustees of the Homes have decided to establish a sixth home, to be 
located in Asheville, North Carolina. A group of Baptist in Western North 
Carolina have organized the initial phase, of what is hoped to be a major 
state wide fund raising effort to obtain necessary money to build this pro- 
posed home . 

With the ever increasing cost of living and increasing needs of older 
people, it is most urgent that we be more generous than ever before with 
our support for the Homes For The Aging. 

Respectfully submitted, John Roper 

29. The Baptist Children's Home submitted by Roy Rickman was re- 
ceived as information. Mr. Clyde J. Morris spoke to this report. 

WESTERN AREA REPORT 

Western North Carolina Baptists have shared the adventure of a 
Christian child care ministry with the Baptist Children's Homes this year. 
You, in the associations, have helped us retain warm fellowship and sup- 
porting relationships by your visits to Broyhill Home; by allowing us to 
visit in your churches and homes; by close and frequent contacts with 
pastors; and by keeping up with our many activities through the pages of 
Charity and Children. A part of our strength comes from our knowledge 
of your prayers and concern in a variety of ways. 

This year has seen the completion of the Broyhill Recreation Building 
and the Wagoner Administration Building on the Broyhill Home Campus. We 
will need you to join us there on October 27 for a program of dedication for 
the Haywood and Wall Cottages, the recreation and administration buildings, 
and the campus itself. 

Since its inception in 1971, the Maternity Home in Asheville has offered 
a helping hand to more than 120 girls who struggled with one of the serious 
crises of life. This program continues to find acceptance throughout the 

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state and to realize success in sharing the Christian adventure with the 
girls who come there. 

At the present time, a cooperative adventure is under study with the 
Green River, Sandy Run, and Polk Associations for the establishment of 
an emergency care shelter. This, again, will be a helping hand for boys and 
girls caught in the crisis of present day society. 

The continuing good will and generous support of our friends throughout 
the State make possible a vigerous and progressive ministry of child care. 
During this year, North Carolina Baptists gave more than a million dollars 
to Christian child care in the Baptist Children's Homes through the Coopera- 
tive Program, the Thanksgiving offering, and designated gifts and offerings. 
We continue to depend on your prayers and loving support as we face the 
pressures of an uncertain economy, rapidly spiraling costs, and the need 
to serve children whose personal problems are most intense. 

Respectfully submitted, Roy Rickman 

Mr. Clyde Morris spoke to Cooperative Program report. 

STEWARDSHIP-COOPERATIVE PROGRAM REPORT 

More than 5, 000 missionaries at home and abroad depend on gifts through 
the Cooperative Program for a salary each month. Over 3, 000 of these have 
a basic ministry of evangelism, with all of the others using their skills as 
nurses, teachers, doctors, etc. to meet human needs in order to bring these 
to Christ. Through the Cooperative Program you are helping the widow, the 
homeless child, the homeless aged, the sick, plus the ministries of preach- 
ing and teaching. 

Increasing the percentage given through the Cooperative Program is an 
excellent follow-through for the special offerings your church receives. 

Failure to have a good follow-through, in anything, would be frustrating 
at the least and tragic at the most. Failure to have a good follow-through 
when you are fishing would cause all of your fish to get away and this would 
be frustrating. It would be tragic not to have a good follow-through in a 
baptismal service. 

A good follow-through is the lifeline between good planning and good 
results. You will get excellent results if you plan well your special offerings 
and let your major emphasis be on the lifeline: YOUR COOPERATIVE 
PROGRAM . 

Would your church give more if you received more money? If so, you 
need to have a thorough stewardship program in your church. 

Last year 1,236 churches increased Cooperative Program giving by 10 
percent or more over what they gave the previous year. Two of the associa- 
tions in North Carolina had 100 percent of their churches giving through the 
Cooperative Program in 1973. These two associations were: Flat River and 
the Tar River. 

Will you do four things? 

1. Will you lead the church where you serve to increase Cooperative 
Program and associational mission giving by 10 percent or more? 

2. Will you have a special prayer for your missionaries and other 
Cooperative Program causes during each service in your church during the 
October Cooperative Program prayer month? 

3. Will you send your check for Cooperative Program each month to 
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Post Office Box 2b508, Raleigh, 
North Carolina 27611? 

4. Will you help us have a good stewardship workshop in your associa- 
tion next spring or summer, so we can: (1) Study recommendations for 
pastor and staff salary increases; (2) Get an overview of available program 
helps for each church in stewardship; and (3) Receive a report on where you 
are in your goals for associational and Cooperative Program giving? 

Respectfully submitted, Swann Elliott 

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30. Mr. Johnson, led the group in singing "Jesus Paid It All". 
31 . Annuity Board report submitted by Rev. C. C. Welch as informa- 
tion. Mr. Sam O'Neil spoke this report. 

ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 



We are sorry to report out of 48 churches we only have three or four 
churches that participate in the retirement plan for the pastor. 

I don't see how churches could ask a man in these days to work without 
some way to take care of him when he is sick or old and cannot work any 
more . 

Our Baptist has the Annuity Plan which is a plan I think any church 
ought to make this part of their budget every year. 

It reminds me of a man that bought a mule. When the man got married 
this mule helped to feed the family. Finally at the age of 22 the mule got 
disabled to work. They turned him in a dry pasture and good luck. You 
make your own way sink or swim. 

No wonder there are less men entering the ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. C. C. Welch 

32. CHRISTIAN EDUCATION REPORT 



While churches and colleges are not identical in their purposes, Baptist 
churches and Baptist colleges in North Carolina do their work in an atmos- 
phere of mutual appreciation. This active partnership includes Baptist 
Youth Corps, student-led worship and revival services, visits to the cam- 
puses by pastors and other leaders, participation of faculty and staff in 
associational and local church programs, and special projects of promotion 
on behalf of the Cooperative Program. 

Our seven Baptist colleges are grateful for the continuing financial sup- 
port which they receive through the Cooperative Program. During 1974, 
approximately $2, 350, 000 will undergird the work of North Carolina Baptist 
colleges. At a very crucial and difficult time, these funds make a tre- 
mendous difference in the quality of programs offered by our schools. 

The colleges make a special effort to recruit North Carolina Baptist 
students through pastors and superintendents of missions. No qualified 
student will be turned away simply because of inability to pay. Baptist 
colleges are anxious to enroll the young people from our churches. 

Our colleges -- Campbell, Chowan, Gardner- Webb, Mars Hills, 
Meredity, Wake Forest and Wingate -- work together and with the Baptist 
State Convention through the Council on Christian Higher Education. The 
Council office is eager to assist both the churches and the colleges in the 
promotion of understanding and cooperation as together they deal creatively 
with persons in the name of our Lord. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Charles L. Cabe 

33. ORDINATION REPORT 

I am happy to report that we had two ordinations this year. Shortoff 
Missionary Baptist church ordained Brother Roy Lowe. He was and is now 
their pastor . 

The Cowetta Missionary Baptist Church ordained Brother Bobby Craw- 
ford. He was their pastor and still is their pastor. 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. C. C. Welch, Chairman 

Ordination Committee 

34. Doctrinal Message - Rev. H. L. Stewart, Hymn "Holy Spirit 
Breathe On Me." Message entitled "Holy Spirit and You" Acts 1:1-8. 

35. Following Rev. Stewart's message Mr. Frank Nagle asked grace 
for the noon meal. 

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36. Adjournment at 11:45 A.M. 

AFTERNOON SESSION - AUGUST 16, 1974 

37. The afternoon session of the Macon Baptist Association Annual 
Meeting opened with meditation music by Mrs. Elizabeth Mason. 

38. "He Keeps Me Singing" was led by Mrs. Mary Justice. 

39. Rev. Jim Crayton was recognized for scripture and prayer. 
Matt: 25:31 

40. Rev. Bill Shields gave an oral report of the Nominating Committee 

41. Mrs. Mary Powell spoke to Report on Vacation Bible School. 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL REPORT 



It is extremely hard to have a complete report at this time because our 
Associational year ends June 30 and many churches have their Bible Schools 
after that time, but interest is high and the schools I have had contact with 
or helped in have been very good. I know of some churches that are having 
schools for the first time and have shown a great deal of interest. Many 
churches are starting to have adult classes too and that is pleasing to me. 

As of June 30, there were 14 schools reported but I know of several that 
were held in July or August. I helped in three schools and the interest was 
great. 

Let us pray that God will continue to guide us in this great work of 
reaching people through the Vacation Bible School. 

Respectfully submitted, Mary Powell, V.B.S. Director 

42 . Mrs. May McCoy spoke to Historian Report. 

HISTORICAL REPORT 

The seventy-first annual meeting of the Macon Baptist Association is 
scheduled to meet as follows: Night session with Pine Grove Church 
August 15; day session with West Franklin August 16. 

This associational year is one that should long be remembered. It has 
proven intelligent noble thinking and much courage in the work done by our 
pastors, our Field worker, Rev. Cecil Frady, and other Christians. All 
this has been especially noted in their plans and untiring efforts as they 
worked with the officers of the Christian Action League and others to defeat 
the Legislative proposal of Liquor-by-the-Drink in our state. We still re- 
joice to remember that on November 6, 1973 Christian people in North 
Carolina rallied to the polls and as a result 98 counties of the 100 gave a 
resounding "No" to this evil proposal. Truly Macon County Baptist are 
thankful we were one of the 98 counties that said "No" by a big margin and 
for the leadership in this hard campaign. Macon Baptist gave almost $1500.00 
to defeat Liquor-by-the-Drink, but more important were the prayers offered, 
time given and the well planned action taken. 

Ordinations To The Gos pel Ministry 

On January 6, 1974, Bobby Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 
Crawford, was ordained to the Gospel Ministry at Mt. Hope Baptist Church 
and he is now serving as pastor of Coweeta Baptist Church. 

On January 13, 1974, Roy Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lowe, was 
ordained to the Gospel Ministry at the Gold Mine Baptist Church. Roy is now 
serving as pastor of Short Off Baptist Church. 

Deacons Ordained 

On January 1 3, 1974, Johnny Rogers and Neville Owens were ordained 
as deacons at Gold Mine Baptist Church. Also on this same date David 
McClure and Gleen Holland were ordained as deacons at the Pine Grove 
Baptist Church. 

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On June 30, 1974, Walter M. Wilson was ordained as a deacon at Clear 
Creek Baptist Church. Ordination sermon by Rev. Cecil Frady. 

Baptisms 

The Flats Baptist Church witnessed a wonderful baptismal service, held 
in open water at 11:30 A.M. in very cold water on January 13, 1974. Three 
people were baptized and the power of the Lord was manifested in a great 
way. 

On January 13, 1974 was a great day for Rev. Cecil Frady. He conducted 
the baptismal service at Flats and was one of the Presberty in the ordination 
service mentioned above. 

On December 2, 1973 two young girls were baptized in the Lake at 
Happy Top on Nantahala. This service came as a result of revival held at 
Briartown Baptist Church where Rev. Kenneth Jenkins is pastor. 

In November 1973 Aquone Baptist Church witnessed the baptism of 23 
converts to add to their membership roll. Rev. Ralph Postell is pastor. 

Two boys were baptized at Clear Creek on June 30, 1974 by Odel Owens 
- this was his first time to conduct a baptismal service. Rev. Owens is 
pastor . 

No doubt many other churches have had baptismal services but we do not 
have any more information of this. All such important information as this, 
and additions to church membership in other acceptable ways - will be re- 
corded in the church letters sent to association. 

Sunday School Workshop 

On March 1 1 , 1974, the Baptist Sunday School Board sent workers to 
conduct a work shop at Sylva, N.C. for all S.S. teachers in Macon, Jackson, 
and Swain Counties. Rev. Cecil Frady, Cliff Cook, and Roy Tippett, Macon 
Associational Sunday School Director attended this meeting. 

The ideas, interest and enthusiasm gained at this workshop by these three 
Maconians began to bear fruit immediately. Mr. Cliff Cook got out of bed on 
the following morning with a determination to try to get 25 new comers to the 
church at Wells Grove where he belongs. On the following cold, dreary 
Sunday morning 21 new comers, who did not attend any church came. These 
all came because Mr. Cook invited them. Now some of these are members of 
Wells Grove and are coming regularly. Rev. Jud Duvall, Moderator of Macon 
Baptist Association, is pastor. 

Since March 11, several meetings have been held in churches or in 
areas where several churches could come together and the theme used is 
OUT REACH. Out Reach is a program much needed. It is a Sunday School 
Program designed to find the people and enlist them in Bible Study and Sunday 
School and commitment to Christ. 

Much work is under way in all our state and in our Southern Baptist 
Convention for the purpose of reaching all people for Christ through Sunday 
School in 1974-75. September 19 - October 6 will launch the campaign. 

High attendance Sunday will be November 19th. The whole Southern 
Baptist Convention will be involved in National publicity on this Sunday. All 
churches will be asked to report to the association. The County Association 
will report to the State Convention and the State Convention to the Southern 
Baptist Convention - Thus the whole Nation will know what Baptists are doing 
in Sunday School in U.S.A. 

Help Given Disaster Area 

In April 1 974, a severe tornado struct in Truett Baptist Association in 
an area near Murphy, N. C. and many homes were destroyed or damaged. 
Mt. Liberty Baptist Church lost both old and new building almost finished. 

When Macon Baptist learned of this disaster they soon got busy to respond 
to this need and 16 churches were known to help with money and many 
material needs and many individuals from Macon Association helped. 



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Paving Project 

The driveway around the Macon Baptist Building was all paved in January 
1974. Many churches in Macon Baptist Association responded well to this 
needy call. The entire cost was $1,400. 

Pastors L eaving Macon Association 

Rev. Bill Smith has gone from Mt. Hope Baptist Church to pastor a 
church in Gastonia, N.C. 

Rev. Jack King has gone from Cartoogechaye Baptist Church. 

Various Church News 

Burningtown Church has called Rev. Earl Dendy to serve as their full 
time pastor. Rev. Dendy resigned at Newmans Chapel. He has served there 
as pastor for a number of years. 

Calvary Church has called Rev. Claude Ledford as pastor. Rev. Ledford 
is pastor at Black Mountain Baptist Church also. 

Gold Mine Church has lost their pastor recently. Rev. Bill Shields has 
resigned there . 

Flats Church has called Rev. Junior Ramey to serve as their pastor. 

Longview Church has become much concerned and enthused as they took 
view of the possibilities of enlarging their Sunday School enrollment and 
Bible Study Program. Now they have purchased a church bus to bring in 
more people. Out Reach has a meaning of victory for them in striving to be 
what the Lord wants each church to be. 

Aquone Church moved into the Sanctuary of their nice, new, modern 
church in November 1973. Much interest and concern is being shown as 
these people seek our Field Workers help in learning more about how to 
carry on the Lord's work in a more effective way. Thanks to our maker for 
such Christian concern - Rev. Ralph Postell is pastor. 

West Franklin Church has landscaped their church grounds, bricked the 
church, carpeted inside, added a new steeple, and paved the parking lot. 
Rev. Andy Cloer is pastor. 

Holly Springs Church Holly Springs church completed its new parsonage 
in the Spring 1973. It is a modern brick home with three bed rooms, two 
bath rooms, family room, kitchen, living room, dining room, carport and a 
full sized basement. 

Several men of the church gave free labor in getting the basement laid. 
The women were helpful in selecting carpetings and draperies and in cleaning 
before occupancy. 

For three straight years the Woman's Missionary Union of the church 
has sent $120.00 to Broyhill Children's Home at Clyde, N. C. 

After the tornado that struck in the Truett Association. Holly Springs 
Church voted to take $300. 00 from its Benevolence Fund for the victims. A 
freewill offering was also taken, making a total of $380. 00, Rev. Judson 
Hall is pastor . 

Iotla Church - Improvements on the church and church grounds are as 
follows: Church has been painted inside and out, New padded pews installed, 
a new well drilled, carpet cleaned, new carpet in nursery, new curtains and 
paint job. Early in 1973 parking lot enlarged and paved and all of drive way. 

It speaks well of churches that keep improving their houses of worship. 
Rev. Millard Brock is pastor of Iotla. 

Franklin First Church Rev. Douglass Sturgill resigned as Pastor of 
Franklin and the Rev. Nane Starnes has been called to serve as interim 
pastor. We welcome Rev. Starnes to Macon Baptist Association. 

The entire educational structure of Franklin First has been painted inside 
and carpeted all stairways, halls and Sunday School rooms. 

Cowee Church January 6, 1974 was a very special day for the congrega- 
tion at Cowee Baptist Church. On this date the church burned the note on its 
sanctuary - a 20 year note that was paid off in nine years. It was also the 
occasion for an open house for the new pastorium which was estimated to 

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cost about $50, 000. By careful supervision of all the work and by subcontract- 
ing the work it was built for less than the estimated cost. It is elaborate and 
very appropriate in every way. It is said to be one of the nicest and best 
planned pastorium in our state. 

Many people were present for this open house and for the good meal 
served in their church dining room. J. Morse Grant, Editor of Biblical 
Recorder was the speaker at the morning service. Rev. Glen Whitley is 
pastor . 

Newmans Chapel has called Rev. Waymond Lunsford as pastor. 

Mashburn Branch has called Rev. Mack Reid as pastor. 

Walnut Creek Church; Ellijay Church have called Walter Clark as their 
pastor . 

Pine Grove Church has called Rev. L. E. Angel as pastor. 

Liberty Church celebrated their 100th anniversary on March 31, 1974. 
This was a great day for them and for all who attended. Many of their former 
pastors were present for this event and each spoke. Also many of their 
former members were present. They had singing and dinner on the ground. 
This celebration was well attended with an over run house. Rev. CLarence 
Martin is pastor. 

New Printing Equipment for Macon Association 

The Executive Promotion Committee met in a special called meeting on 
June 6, 1974 in the Chapel of the Macon Baptist Associational House. Mr. 
Jim Morrow, Salesman for AB Dick Office Supplies was present to demon- 
strate an Off Set Machine. When the demonstration was finished and all 
questions answered all present voted by up lifted hands to purchase such a 
machine . 

All that was needed to prove to our people of Macon Baptist Association 
that such a machine was needed was to show them a sample printing done on 
the old machine and learn by seeing a demonstration of what could be done 
with the use of a new off set machine. A drive for money to purchase such 
a machine had already been started. When the meeting was called $555.00 
had been collected and ready for associational disposal. The total cost of the 
new equipment is $2, 600. 00. 

Strong and sturdy cabinets had to be provided to hold this equipment. 
Mr. Bronce Roper and Rev. Frady have been working to provide this - They 
are doing free labor and Rev. Frady has furnished all materials. 

Good work needs to be well done and we are thankful that he has put all 
this need so clearly before our people. The next printing that comes to us 
from our associational office will be done on the New Machine. 

Following are some of the facts concerning work done to interest our 
people on helping to pay for this item - Two ladies gave a total of $500. 00. 
One lady had been contacting our Business Men. These contacts brought en- 
couraging responses as "yes sure I will help I will give you a check for 
$50.00 now." About 12 were contacted in a three day drive and so the spirit 
of cooperation was so good a called meeting of Executive Promotion Commit- 
tee was made to see what opinion they held on this question. As stated in the 
beginning all said, "yes we want such a machine." 

The other lady is still contacting people through Woman's Missionary 
Union in our churches and through her mission group in Franklin First. 

A letter of thanks from our associational office is being sent to each 
person or church who contributed to this needy cause and the amount they 
gave . 

Our sincere thanks go out to Rev. and Mrs. Frady for the deep concern 
they show as they work for every church and every individual who goes to 
them for help and advice. Any short call at the office and looking at the 
samples of work done will convince any one of their sincere devotion to God 
and Macon Baptist Association. 

May we lift up voices in humble prayer that they may help Macon Baptist 
do great things for Christ's Kingdom Work. 

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Baptist-State Convention News 

Allen Bailey, Charlotte, N.C. , Attorney and Co-chairman of the anti- 
LBD compaign was elected president of the Baptist State Convention for 1974. 
Coy Privette, president of the Christian Action League and pastor of North 
Kannapolis Church, was elected as first vice-president. 

The 1974 annual convention meets in Raleigh in November. Thad Dowdle, 
a native Maconian and now serving as pastor of College Avenue Baptist 
Church of Leinore, N.C., was named to preach the annual sermon at the 
144th session in Raleigh. 

We should still remember that Congress proclaimed that April 30, 1974 
be a Nation Day of Humiliation, Fasting and Prayer. Some of our churches 
did remember this and assembled for the stated purpose and have been 
blessed. May each church and all Christians take this suggestion that con- 
gress set for one day and follow through each day and time that we assemble 
to carry out work and worship in God's name. Thereby our churches will 
prosper and souls will be saved and next year be a more fruitful one. 

May we pray that God will give us wisdom and courage for the living of 
this hour. 

Respectfully submitted, May McCoy, Historian 

43. Training Union Report, Sunday School Report and Seminary Extension 
Report was adopted. 

TRAINING UNION REPORT 



We are happy to report that we have truly been blessed in our Training 
Program for "74". 

We have visited several churches and have been welcomed with warm 
receptive hearts. We have seen New Training Programs get under way, and 
the churches having members being greatly interested are being very 
successful. 

"M" Night was held at Longview Baptist Church, November 5, 1973. 
Guest speaker for the evening was Rev. Edgar Crosby. Attendance for the 
evening was around 200, with Newman's Chapel taking the banner for best 
attendance . 

We must train in order to learn. If you don't have a Training Program i] 
your church, why not start one now? ? Your prayers are needed as we go 
from church to church. Pray that we would work to please God. God bless 
you. 

Respectfully submitted, John W. Rogers, Training Union Director 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 



In March of this Associational year the Sunday School sponsored a one 
night service in conjunction with the youth of the association, at the First 
Baptist Church, Franklin. There was a good number present. 

Also at this meeting, we began a program called "Reach Out" to enlist, 
or to get back in church more of our people that are not enrolled now. We 
are only reaching about half of the people who have membership in our 
Baptist churches. This program can be a great help to our churches to win 
souls to Christ if we will work earnestly for the Lord. There have been twelve 
meetings held at different churches throughout the county on the Reach Out 
Program with several churches now taking part and some good results being 
seen. 

There is new literature available that will be a great help in our Sunday 
Schools. I urge each church to take advantage of this material. 

Also the 26 - 28th of August, there will be a Church Leadership Workshop 
at the First Baptist Church, Franklin. Our state workers will be here and 

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there will be classes for pastors, Deacons and Pastor's wives and Deacon's 
wives. All Sunday School leadership and all Church Training Leadership. I 
urge all to attend. 

Respectfully submitted, Roy Tippett 

SEMINARY EXTENSION REPORT 

The enrollment for the 1973 Seminary Extension Course was fifteen. The 
teacher was the Rev. Charles L. Dean, Pastor of East Sylva Baptist Church, 
Sylva, North Carolina. 

The course taught was New Testament 1 82 - Colossians and Philemon. 
The texts were "The Broadman Bible Commentary" Volume XI and "The 
Cambridge Bible Commentary" by G. H. P. Thompson. 

This course was held at the Franklin Center in the First Baptist Church. 

The Franklin Center will open at 7:00 P.M. on September 10, 1974 with 
the Rev. Charles L. Dean teaching New Testament 272 - The Book of Acts. 
Since our Bible Study Course for January 1975 will be on the Book of Acts 
it is most important that all preachers, Sunday School Officers and anyone 
who will be involved in teaching the 1975 Bible Study attend the NT 272 
classes . 

Respectfully submitted, Hyldah Shepherd, Director of Franklin Center 

Seminary Extension 

44. Mrs. Cliff Cook presented the report of Resolutions and moved the 
adoption of the report. 

IN APPRECIATION 



We the Baptist people of this Seventy-first Annual Session Macon Baptist 
Association wish to express our appreciation to those who have carefully 
and prayerfully, planned and carried out the program. 

Our Moderator, Jud Duvall, our Field Worker, Rev. Cecil Frady and the 
many, many others, thank you for the great work you have done. 

Our thanks to all the representatives from our different fields over the 
state and for their message's and fellowship. To all our pastors thank you. 

We wish to express our appreciation to Pine Grove and West Franklin 
churches for their hospitality and for the splendid dinner West Franklin 
prepared . 

May the Holy Spirit lead each church during the coming year, that we 
may go forth in the Power of His Spirit to be better witnesses to all people 
everywhere . 

May we all "Share His Love" and help win our lost friends and loved 
ones. John 3:16 "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten 
Son, that whosoever believeth on Him, Should not perish but have everlasting 
life." 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Cliff Cook, Mrs. Clyde Kinsland, 

Resolutions Committee 

45. Place and Preacher report was presented by Rev. Cecil Frady. 

PLACE AND PREACHER REPORT 

The meeting next year will be held with the Aquone Baptist Church, 
Nantahala for the night session and with Holly Springs Baptist Church for the 
afternoon and night sessions. 

The Rev. Andy Cloer will deliver the Annual Sermon and the Rev. Eugene 
Ridley will bring the Doctrinal Sermon. 

46. The congregation stood in a moment of silence in memorial to Our 
Beloved Dead. Rev. Earl Dendy read the names of Our Beloved Dead. 

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IN MEMORIAM 

OUR BELOVED DEAD 



BETHEL HILL: 

Mrs. Emma Roper 

BURNINGTOWN: 

Mrs. Ora Martin 

C ARTOOGECHAYE : 
Carl H. Hall 
M. W. Beck, Deacon 
Frank Johnson 



LONGVIEW: 

George Farmer 
Jim Setser 
Harley Baldwin 

MOUNT HOPE: 

Mrs . Ruth Coss 

NEWMAN'S CHAPEL: 
T. C. Vinson 



CO WEE: 

Mrs. Sarah Queen 
Lyle Bryson 
Purnell Bryson, Deacon 
Mrs. Kansas Raby 

COWETTA: 

Larry Anderson 
Mrs. Lewis Woods 

ELLIJAY: 

Claude Higdon 

FRANKLIN, FIRST: 

Bowden Dryman, Deacon 

Vernon Baldwin 

Cary Patton 

Dr. H. T. Horsley 

John Watson 

Mrs. Lula Waters 

Mrs . Ross Dean 

Mrs. Frank Higdon 

Mrs. Sam Stanfield 

Glenn Holt 

FRANKLIN, WEST: 
Claude Patton 

GOLDMINE: 

Mrs. Ruby Keener 

HIGDONVILLE: 

Major Higdon 

HIGHLANDS, FIRST: 
Frank Crane 

HOLLY SPRINGS: 

Marion Deal, Deacon 
Charlie Williams, Deacon 



OAK DALE : 

Charlie Bateman, Deacon 
Mrs. Maggie Hopper 

OAK GROVE: 

Mrs. Margaret Ann Woodard 
Alfred Clark 
Mrs. Beulah Bradley 
Mrs. Minnie Lakey 

PINE GROVE: 

W. T. Tilson, Deacon 

V. T. Watkins 

Mrs. Bertha Morgan 

PLEASANT HILL: 

Mrs. S. V. Stockton 

PRENTISS: 

Carl Henson, Deacon 

RIDGECREST: 

Mrs. Ada Morgan Crowder 

SHORTOFF: 

Mrs. Mamie Crane 

SUGAR FORK: 

Charlie Bowers 

TELLICO: 

Harley Carnes 

UNION HILL: 

Mrs. Ollie Wikle 

WALNUT CREEK: 
Edison Hedden 



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WATAUGA: 

Robert L. Sanders 
Mrs. Mary Morgan 
Adam Scott 

WELLS GROVE: 

Mrs. Lonnie Parker 



WINDY GAP: 

Mrs. Mary Tallent 
Mrs. Polly Grindstaff 



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47. Mrs. Justice led the group in singing "Savior Like A Shepherd Lead 
Us." 

48. Inspirational Message was brought by Rev. Earl Dendy, II Cor. 9:8; 
II Tim. 3:16-17; II Peter 1:1-4. 

49. The Associational Officers for 1974-75 were installed by Rev. H. L. 
Stewart. 

50. Fred Corbin moved adoption of all reports that had been given. 
Reports adopted. 

51. Rev. Earl Dendy moved close of Session, seconded by Rev. Claude 
Ledford. 

52. The Benediction was by Rev. Claude Ledford. Adjournment at 
3:00 P.M. 

Jud Duvall, Moderator 
Mary Justice, Clerk 



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HISTORICAL RECORD 
North Carolina, Macon County Baptist Association 
Organized in 1904 



Year Church 



Moderator 



Clerk Preached Sermon 

H. D. Dean J.A.Brendel 

H. D. Dean J.W.Watson 

H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

H.D.Dean A.S. Solesby 

H. D. Dean J. R. Pendergrass 

H.D.Dean T.C.King 

H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

A. C. Hurst T.J.Vinson 

A. C. Hurst R. P. McCracken 

Robert Ramsey F.M.Morgan 

Robert Ramsey B.S.West 

J. M. Carpenter W. T. Potts 

J. M. Carpenter R. T.Vann 

J. M. Carpenter A.S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter W.L.Bradley 

J. M. Carpenter J.C.Owens 

J. M. Carpenter A.S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter J.A.Bryson 

Robert Ramsey D.C. McCoy 

Robert Ramsey W. L. Bradley 

Robert Ramsey G. A. Cloer 

J. M. Carpenter J. L. Kinsland 

T.C.Bryson W. R. Rickman 

J. M. Carpenter E.N.Gardner 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

R.M.Ledford W. E. Abernathy 

R.M.Ledford J. A . McMillian 

R.M.Ledford E. R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford J.F.Burrell 

R.M.Ledford E.R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford W.L.Bradley 

R.M.Ledford W.R. Rickman 

R.M.Ledford R. F. Mayberry 

R.M.Ledford C.F.Rogers 

R.M.Ledford J. G. Benfield 

R.M.Ledford M.A.Love 

R.M.Ledford R.W.Williams 

R.M.Ledford J. A . McMillian 

R.M.Ledford G. A. Cloer 

S.J.Smith T.N.Carter 

S. J. Smith J. C. Scruggs 

S.J.Smith J.F.Marchman 

Mrs. C.C. Welch J.I.Vinson 

Mrs. C. C.Welch H. E. Marchman 

Verlon Swafford C.E.Parker 

Verlon Swafford Paul Nix 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin E.N.Holden 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin M. W. Chapman 

W.L.Sorrells 

Clyde Drake John Corbitt 

C.T.Taylor 

Arvil Taylor 

Vernon Higdon Frank Reed 

Vernon Higdon 

John Buell 

(continued) 



1904 Franklin 

1905 Sugarfork 

1906 Briartown 

1907 Cartoogechaye 



T. C. Bryson 
J. W. Kesterson 
W. Bradley 
T. C. Bryson 



1908 Coweeta T.C.Bryson 

1909 Burningtown T.C.Bryson 

1910 Watauga F.Morgan 

1911 Liberty T.C.Bryson 

1912 Pine Grove H.D.Dean 

1913 Oak Grove H.D.Dean 

1914 Iotla H. D. Dean 

1915 Pleasant Hill H.D.Dean 

1916 Mount Hope H.D.Dean 

1917 Cowee H.D.Dean 

1918 Prentiss H.D.Dean 

1919 Sugar Fork J.C.Owens 

1920 Holly Springs J.C.Owens 

1921 Burningtown J.A.Bryson 

1922 Franklin R. P. McCracken 

1923 Nanahala H.D.Dean 

1924 Watauga H.D.Dean 

1925 Tellico H.D.Dean 

1926 Iotla H.D.Dean 

1927 Holly Springs H.D.Dean 

1928 Cowee H.D.Dean 

1929 Ridge Crest W.M.Lee 

1930 Sugarfork A.S. Solesby 

1931 Pleasant Hill A.S. Solesby 

1932 Pine Grove A.S. Solesby 

1933 Briartown A.S. Solesby 

1934 Franklin A.S. Solesby 

1935 Oak Grove A.S. Solesby 

1936 Rainbow Springs J. E. Rickman 

1937 Coweeta J. E. Rickman 

1938 Cartoogechaye J. E. Rickman 

1939 Clear Creek J. E. Rickman 

1940 Ellijay J. E. Rickman 

1941 Newman Chapel J. E. Rickman 

1942 Burningtown C.C.Welch 

1943 Watauga C.C.Welch 

1944 Goldmine J.H.Stockton 

1945 Holly Springs J.H.Stockton 

1946 Mount Hope J.H.Stockton 

1947 Cowee J.H.Stockton 

1948 Highlands J.H.Stockton 

1949 Ridge Crest J.H.Stockton 

1950 Sugarfork J.H.Stockton 

1951 Franklin J.H.Stockton 
Watauga 

1952 Oak Grove H. H. Stocktor 
Iotla 

1953 Newman's Chapel W.L.Sorrells 
Tellico 

1954 Longview M.W. Chapman 
Ellijay 



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HISTORICAL REOCRD (continued): 



Year Church Moderator 

1955 Higdonville M. W. Chapman 
Mt.Hope 

1956 Burningtown 

Iotla M.W. Chapman 

1957 Watauga M. C.Wyatt 
Ridge Crest 

1958 Liberty L. Eugene Walter 

Wells Grove 

Prentiss 

1959 Wells Grove J.C.Jacobs 
Holly Springs 

1960 Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Ridge Crest 

1961 Pine Grove W.A.Cloer 
Iotla 

1962 Sugar Fork W.A.Cloer 
Coweeta W.A.Cloer 

1963 Gold Mine M. I. Brock 
Highlands M. I. Brock 

1964 Windy Gap M. I. Brock 
West Franklin M. I. Brock 

1965 Cartoogechaye Robert L.Clark 
Ridge Crest Robert L.Clark 

1966 Oak Grove Fred Corbin 
Ellijay Fred Corbin 

1967 Watauga J.C.Jacobs 
Wells Grove 

1968 East Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Pleasant Hill J.C.Jacobs 

1969 Mashburn Branch J. C. Jacobs 
Mt. Hope J. C. Jacobs 

1970 Newman Cahpel W. T. Lane 
Holly Springs W. T. Lane 

1971 Cowee W. T. Lane 
Longview W. T. Lane 

1972 Higdonville Earl Dendy 
Burningtown Earl Dendy 

1973 Sugar Fork Earl Dendy 
First Highlands Earl Dendy 

1974 Pine Grove Jud Duvall 
West Franklin Jud Duvall 



Clerk 



Preached Sermoi 



Vernon Higdon 



L. Eugene Walter 







W. A. Cloer 


Vernon Higdon 




Vernon Higdon 


Clyde Rhinehart 


Mrs 


J. Campbell 


Doyle Miller 






Lee Crawford 
R. R. Standley 


Mrs 


J. Campbell 






J. H. Propst, Jr. 






Mrs 


J. Campbell 


L. A. Howard 
Thad R. Dowdle 
Clyde W.Collins 


Mrs 


J. Campbell 






Paul M. Sorrells 






Mrs 


F. C . Jones 


Judson Hall 


Mrs 


F. C. Jones 


Otto Parham 


Mrs 


F. C . Jones 


Robert L. Clark 


Mrs 


F. C. Jones 


R. C. Bailey 


James F.Collette 


Carl E. Sizemore 


James F.Collette 


L. C. Pinnix 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Gene Southard 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Guy Duvall 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Clyde Collins 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Bill Shields 
Earl Dendy 


Mrs. 


Cecil Frady 


Rev. J. W. Myers 


Mrs. 


Cecil Frady 


Rev. R.oy Smith 


H.L. 


Stewart 


Mack Reed 


H. L. 


Stewart 


John R. Willis 


H.L 


Stewart 


M. I. Brock 


H.L 


Stewart 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs . 


R. B. Hess 


C. C. Welch 


Mrs . 


R. B. Hess 


C. C. Welch 


Mrs 


R. B. Hess 


Jack King 


Mrs 


R. B. Hess 


Jim Crayton 


Mrs 


Linda Cabe 


Glenn Whitley 


Mrs 


Mary Justice 


Gene Hawkins 


Mrs 


Mary Justice 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs 


Mary Justice 


H. L. Stewart 



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AQUONE BAPTIST CHURCH 

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HOLLY SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH 

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The next Annual Night Session of the Association will be 
held with the Ridgecrest Baptist Church, and the afternoon 
and night session with the Liberty Baptist Church on August 
12-13, 1976. 

Moderator Rev. Judson Duvall 

Clerk Mrs. Mary Justice 



CONTENTS 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 3 

MESSENGERS 5 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 6 

CONSTITUTION 7 

BY-LAWS 8 

PROGRAM 11 

STANDING COMMITTEE 4 

PROCEEDINGS 13 

REPORTS: 

Annuity Board 25 

Associational Missions 16 

Baptist Hospital 19 

Baptist Foundation 21 

Biblical Recorder 18 

Budget 16 

Childrens Home 23 

Evangelism Report 22 

Foreign Missions 20 

Higher Education 24 

Historical 26 

Home for Aging 17 

Home Missions 19 

Our Beloved Dead 30 

Place and Preacher 26 

Training Union 23 

Treasurer's Report 14 

TABLES: 

Historical 42 

Statistical 32 



ASSOCIATIONS DIRECTORY 

ASSOCIATIONAL OFFICERS 

Moderator Rev. Earl Dendy 

Vice Moderator Rev. Alton Dendy 

Treasurer Mrs. Elizabeth Mason 

Clerk Mrs. Mary Justice 

Historian Miss Nora Moody 

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 

Sunday School Director Cliff Cook 

Associate Director Howard Moore 

Secretary Gladys Jennings 

Pianist Susan Seay 

Chorister Dean Lamb 

Superintendent of Training Rev. Eugene Ridley 

Superintendent of Evangelism Rev. Cecil Frady 

Superintendent of Extension Rev. Wiley Gibson 

Superintendent of Vacation Bible School Mrs. Janet Long 

DEPARTMENT LEADERS 

Adults and Up Mrs. Cliff Cook 

Young People 12-17 Mrs. Jean Frady 

Children 6-11 Mrs. Jud Duvall 

Pre-School-Birth-5 Miss Millie Drake 

CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 

Director John Rogers 

Associate Director 

Secretary Mrs. Lucille McClure 

Pianist 

Chorister 

Pastor Advisor Rev. Cecil Frady 

Adults Mrs. Jean Frady 

Youth Richard McClure 

Children Mrs. Clyde Drake 

Pre-School Mrs. Linda Fisher 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

Director Mrs. Mamie Raby 

Associate Director Mrs. Sue Cabe 

Baptist Women Mrs. Doris Rickman 

Young Baptist Women Mrs. Jane Downs 

Acteen Director Miss Millie Drake 

Girls in Action Miss Carolyn Dowdle 

Mission Friends Mrs. Patsy Drake 

Recording Secretary Mrs. Linda Plummer 

Social Chairman Mrs. Zena P. Brogden 

Secretary & Treasurer Mrs. Connie Campbell 



NOMINATING COMMITTEE: MISSIONS COMMITTEE: 

Rev. Jim Crayton Mr. Victor Teague 

Rev. Andy Cloer Rev. Wiley Gibson 

Rev. Judson Hall Mr. Zeb Cabe 

Mr. Howard Moore Rev. Earl Dendy 

Mr. Dean Lamb Mr. Steve Stiles 

Rev. Alton Dendy 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: Rev. Gerald Bearden 

Rev. Alton Dendy, Chairman 

Rev. Bill Shields 

Rev. Jim Crayton 

COMMITTEE ON DENOMINATIONAL AGENCIES: 

Children's Homes Mr. Roy Rickman 

Baptist Hospital Mr. Bruce Bryant 

Home for Aging Mr. Harris Elmore 

Christian Education Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

Biblical Recorder Mrs. Jo Ann Elmore 

Cooperative Program Rev. Roy Lowe 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

Home Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

State Missions Mrs. Paul Ammons 

Ministers Retirement Rev. Wiley Gibson 

COMMITTEE ON PASTORLESS CHURCHES: 
Missions Committee 

CALENDAR OF ACTIVIEIES: 

Moderator, Vice Moderator, Sunday School Director, Church Training 
Director, Field Worker, WMU Director, Brotherhood Director. 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION: 

Rev. Bill Shields, Rev. Earl Dendy, Mr. Marshall Fouts, Mr. Cliff Cook, 
Rev. Weymond Lunsford. 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE: 

Mrs. Cliff Cook, Mrs. Howard Moore 



MUSIC COMMITTEE: 
Mr. John Johnson 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: 

Rev. Claude Ledford, Mrs. Hylda Shepherd, Rev. Alton Dendy 

TRUSTEES: 

Mr. Charles R. Southard, Mr. H. H. Plemmons, Mr. Bill Bryant 

PROGRAM AND PLACE COMMITTEE: 

Moderator, Vice Moderator, Field Worker, Two Laymen 

TRUETT CAMP COMMITTEE: 

Rev. Claude Ledford, Mr. Howard Moore 



MESSENGERS TO 1975 SESSION 

AQUONE — Ralph Postell, Dallas Rowland, Dpyce Waters 

BLACK MOUNTAIN — Johnny Raby, John Murphy, Bryson Hodgins, Dover 

Shope 
BRIARTOWN — Walter Shields. Gene_ .Trammel!.' Darrell Edwards 
BUCK CREEK — Glenn Holland, JoAn Ammons, Dorothy Miller, Grace 

. ^Houston 

BURNINGTOWN — Mrs. Margaret Queen, Mrs. Lucy Catway, Mrs. Ruth 

Simonds, Earl Dendy 
CALVARY — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peak, Claude Ledford 
CARTOOGECHAYE — Halen Roane, Tim Southard, Genevieve Arrant, 

Katherine Davis 
CLEAR CREEK — Naomi Chastain, Ella Mae Wilson, Linda Vinson 
COWEE — John Johnson,^lrs. Clarence Mason,;Charles Cabe, Jess Cunningham, 

Roy Ramsey 
COWEETA — Ed Karvonen, Lois Karvonen, Blance Bateman 
ELLIJAY — Lucille Young, Ruby Young, Octie Shook 
FRANKLIN EAST -None 
FLATS — None 
FRANKLIN FIRST — Mrs. Ben Stewart, Mae McCoy, Gladys Kinsland, Mr. 

and Mrs. Paul Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Powell, Norman 

Gilbert, Dr. David Henson 
FRANKLIN WEST — Doug McDowell, Diane McDowell, Fred Bryson, Stella 

Bryson 
GOLD MINE — Johnny Rogers, Ray McCall, J. B. Keener, Clifford Dendy 
HIGDONVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Corbin 
HIGHLANDS - J. L. Hicks, Zeb Cabe 

HOLLY SPRINGS — Mrs. Ina Belle Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williamson 
IOTLA- 

LIBERTY — Earl Simmons, Dennis Hooper, Lois Hooper, Dennis Freeman 
LONGVIEW — Henry B. Cabe, Mrs. Douglas Perry 
MASHBURN BRANCH — Mack Reed, Howard Mincey 
MOUNT HOPE — Gloria Ridley, Babs Neely, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dalrymple, 

Virginia Nichols. Bob Parker 
NEWMANS CHAPEL — Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lamb, Weaver Fox, Mr. and Mrs. 

John Evans, Waymon Lunsford 
OAK DALE — None 

OAK GROVE — John Clark, Frank Browning, Vernon Phillips 
PINE GROVE — Steve Stiles, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Owens 
PLEASANT HILL — Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips 
PRENTISS — Harry Brabson, Ann Brabson, Nell Sanders, J. B. McConnell, 

Edith McConnell/Claude Kimsey, Bertha Kimsey 
RIDGECREST — Mrs. Evelyn Snyder, Jim Thompson, Mrs. Vernon Higdon, 

Mrs. Minnie Berry 
ROSE CREEK — Mr. and Mrs. Furman Welch, Mr. and Mrs. George Southard, 

Bulon McCall 
SHORTOFF — Roy Lowe, Marlin Crowe, Jimmy Lowe, Harold Neely 
SUGARFORK — Jim Crayton, Harold Crisp, Walter Fox, Ernest Dendy 
TELLICO — Judson Smithy Clint Cole, Maude Smith, Elease Slagle,/ Dorothy Ashe 
TESENTA- — Paul Anderson, Mrs. Alice Hastings, John Brown 
UNION HILL -None 
WALNUT CREEK — Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hedden, Barbara Mashburn, 

Sharon Hedden 
WATAUGA - Don Clouse, Wallace Tallant t 

WELLS GROVE — Lawrence Long, Mrs. Annie Long, Mrs. Frank Hunnicutt 
WEST UNION - Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stamey, Pearly Kirkland 
WHITE OAK FLATS - None 
WINDY GAP — Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Younce, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, 

Pallie Ledford, Donna Duvall 



EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE 

Aquone Rev. Ralph Postel 

Bethel Hill Rev. Ralph Postell 

Black Mountain Rev. Johnny Raby 

Briartown Rev. Kenneth Jenkins 

Buck Creek Rev. Paul Jones, Jr. 

Burningtown Rev. Earl Dendy, Bill Queen 

Calvary Rev. Claude Ledford, Elmos Henson 

Clear Creek Rev. Leonard Talley,Ken Chastain 

Cowee Rev. Jess Cunningham, Gardner Holden 

Coweeta Rev. Robert Crawford 

Ellijay Rev t Walter Clark 

Flats Rev. Turner Ramey 

Franklin First Rev. Gerald J . Bearden, Dr. David Henson, Fred Foster 

Franklin East Rev. Harry Garner 

Franklin West Rev. Andrew D. Cloer, Fred A. Moore 

Goldmine Rev. Terry Moffitt, Larry Dendy 

Higdonville Rev. Gene Hawkins, Fred Corbin 

Highlands J. L. Hicks, Zeb Cabe 

Holly Springs Rev. Judson Hall, Mrs. Jo Ann Corbin 

Iotla Rev. M. I. Brock 

Liberty Rev. Dennis Hooper, Lloyd Allen 

Longview Rev. James W. Gibson, Don Ledford 

Mashburn Branch Rev. Mack Reed 

Mount Hope Rev. Eugene Ridley, J. B. Lenoir 

Newmans Chapel Rev. Waymon Lunsford, Weaver Fox 

Oak Dale Don Ledford 

Oak Grove Rev. Ernie Sanders 

Pine Grove Rev. Ricky Harrell 

Pleasant Hill Rev. Alton Dendy, William McClure 

Prentiss Rev. Jerry L. Davidson 

Ridgecrest Rev. Guy Duvall, Charles Pickens, Zeb Mdhaffey 

Rose Creek t Rev. Fred R. Cook 

Shortoff Rev. Roy F. Lowe, Gordon Talley, Ed Talley, Alvin Crowe 

Sugarfork Rev. James Crayton, Miss Marie Jennings 

Tellico Rev. Fred Cook 

Union Hill Rev. Raymond Wilson 

Walnut Creek Rev. Walter Clark, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Hedden 

Watauga Rev. Wallace Tallent, Verlon Curtis 

Wells Grove Rev. Jud Duvall, Bennie Browning 

West Union ." Rev. Paul Morgan 

Windy Gap Rev. Grady Norman, Edgar Younce, Theodore Tallent 



CONSTITUTION 



As Amended from Time to Time 
ARTICLE I — Name 
This Association shall be known as the Macon Baptist Association. 
ARTICLE II -Object 

The object of this Association shall be: 

1. To cultivate a friendly union among the churches for their mutual 
benefit. 

2. To cooperate with the Baptist State Convention and Southern Baptist 
Convention in the promotion of the causes of Associational Missions, State 
Missions, Home Missions, Foreign Missions, and such other objects as these 
conventions may foster. 

ARTICLE III — Membership 

Section 1. This Association shall be composed of regularly constituted 
Baptist Churches in Macon County who shall be represented at its regular or 
special meetings by duly elected messengers. 

Section 2. This Association shall have the right to determine what churches 
shall be admitted to its union, and to withdraw fellowship from any, for not 
complying with its rules or with the Articles of its Constitution and By-Laws, 
or for violating orthodox principles as set forth and believed by Southern 
Baptists. 

Section 3. Any church desiring membership in the Association will 
present its request at any regular annual meeting. The request will be re- 
ferred to a Credential Committee appointed by the Association, which com- 
mittee, will examine the church's articles of faith, covenant, form of organi- 
zation and such other matters as deemed necessary. Upon favorable report 
of the committee at the next annual meeting of the Association, the church 
may be received into fellowship by a two-thirds majority vote of the mes- 
sengers present. 

Section 4. It shall be a duty of each church to furnish the Association 
each year a letter, on a form provided by the clerk, giving full information 
and statistics provided for on the form; and to send with the letter or by a 
messenger a contribution toward the cost of printing the minutes of the 
Association. This letter and accompanying money to cover cost of minutes re- 
quested shall be in the clerk's hands thrity (30) days prior to annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IV -Meetings 

Section 1. The Association shall meet annually on Thursday evening and 
Friday following the second Sunday in August. The Associational year shall 
begin July 1, and end June 30. 

Section 2. The business of the Association shall be transacted by the 
pastors of the several churches, and two messengers from each church, to- 
gether with one additional messenger for every fifty members or fraction 
thereof above the first fifty, with no church having more than fifteen 
messengers. 

Section 3. This Association shall be governed in its meetings by such 
rules as may be adopted, amended or set aside by a majority vote of the 
messengers present. "Roberts' Rules of Order" will be the guide in all 
parliamentary matters. 



ARTICLE V — Officers and Committees 

Section 1. The officers of this Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Historian, and three trustees. 

Section 2. The standing Committees of this Association shall be the 
Executive Committee, the Missions Committee, the Nominating Committee, 
Credential and Ordination Committee, Evangelism Committee, Program and 
Place Committee, and such other committees as the body may direct. The 
Moderator and Associational Missionary shall be Ex-Officio members of all 
standing Committees. 

ARTICLE VI — Associational Missionary 

Section 1. The Association shall employ an Associational Missionary 
whose duties are described as follows: 

(a) Work with and under the general supervision of the Missions Com- 
mittee of the Association in maintaining and directing the Associational 
Program of Missions. 

(b) Give guidance, counsel, and assistance whenever possible, and/or 
as needed to associational officers, organizations, and committees. 

(c) Share and distribute information concerning plans and activities of 
the N. C. Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention as then 
relate to the work and program of the churches. 

(d) Make himself available to each church and pastor, as his schedule 
permits, for any service he might render, such as preaching, teaching and 
counseling. 

(e) Administer or execute any other activities that the Association 
shall direct. 

Section 2. The Associational Missionary shall be called for an indefinite 
term to serve until the relationship is disolved at the request of either the 
Missionary or the Association. In either case, at least sixty days notice 
shall be given of termination of the relationship, unless otherwise mutually 
agreed, with both the Missionary and the Association seeking to follow the 
will of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit. 

Section 3. The missionary shall be provided with such salary and ex- 
penses as the Missions Committee shall recommend with the approval of the 
Association. 

ARTICLE VII — Amendments 

This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended at any regular annual 
meeting by a two-thirds majority vote of the messengers present, provided 
the proposed amendment shall have been presented in written form on the 
first day of the annual meeting. The vote on any proposed amendment so 
presented may be deferred until the second day if requested by a majority 
vote of the messengers present. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I — Election of Officers 

All general officers of this Association shall be elected at each annual 
meeting upon the recommendation of the Nominating Committee. The terms 
of office to begin at the conclusion of the annual meeting and to continue until 
the close of the next annual meeting. Any vacancies occurring in the interim 
shall be filled by the Executive Committee. 



ARTICLE II — Duties of Officers 

Section 1. THE MODERATOR: The Moderator shall preside over the 
meetings of the Association and discharge such duties as are incumbent on 
the presiding officers of a deliberative body and shall also serve as chairman 
of the Executive Committee. He shall serve not more than two years con- 
secutively. He shall appoint during the first session committees to report at 
the Annual Associational Meeting. These committees are: Resolutions and 
any other committees. 

Section 2. THE VICE-MODERATOR: The Vice-Moderator shall perform 
the duties of the Moderator in the absence of or at the request of the 
Moderator. 

Section 3. THE CLERK: The Clerk shall record and preserve the pro- 
ceedings of the Association and have the same printed and distributed subjedt 
to the approval of the Moderator and Treasurer. 

Section 4. THE TREASURER: The Treasurer shall preserve all monies 
paid into the body and pay the same upon the instruction of the Association, 
or Missions Committee. He shall make a quarterly report to the Executive 
Committee and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 5. THE HISTORIAN: The Historian shall record and keep a 
record of such items as would be of interest to a future historian, in a book 
kept for that purpose. He shall keep a file of the Associational minutes. 

Section 6. THE TRUSTEES: The Trustees shall be three in number and 
shall hold title to all properties owned by the Association. No conveyance or 
deed-of-trust shall be executed affecting the title of said property except upon 
the instructions of the annual meeting of the Association or the Executive 
Committee. The Trustees shall serve terms of three years with one-third 
elected each year. 

ARTICLE III — The Executive Committee 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers 
of the Association, the pastors of the churches of the Association, and one 
lay member from each church. 

Section 2. The lay members shall be elected by the Church and reported 
to the Association on the Annual Associational Letter. The officers of the 
Assocuation, heads of Associational Organizations and pastors are automati- 
cally on the committee by virtue of the places of leadership they hold in 
the Association. 

Section 3. Duties of the Executive Committee: 

(a) To meet quarterly and upon call of the chairman. 

(b) To act for and on behalf of the Association between sessions. 

(c) To fill vacancies which may occur during the year in the personnel 
of the Associational Officers or workers for the remainder of such unexpired 
terms. 

(d) To make such recommendations as it may deem wise for the 
strengthening and upbuilding of the churches and the work of the Association. 

ARTICLE IV — The Missions Committee 

Section 1. The Missions Committee shall be composed of four pastors 
and three laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. The pastors shall 
be elected for a term of two years with one-half the number being elected 
each year. The laymen shall be elected for a term of three years with one- 
third of the number being elected each year. The committee shall elect its 
chairman and secretary each year. 

Section 2. Duties of the Missions Committee: To lead in our Associational 
Missions Program through: 

(a) General supervision and guidance of the Associational Mission 
Program. 



(b) Seeking out an Associational Missionary, making nominations in 
event of vacancy. 

(c) Planning a Program of Activities with the Associational Missionary. 

(d) The Recommendation of an Associational Budget to the Executive 
Committee meeting just prior to the annual meeting of the Association. 

(e) The supervision of the expenditure of the budget. 

(f) The enlistment of the churches in the active financial support of 
the Associational Mission program. 

ARTICLE V — The Credential and Ordination Committee 

Section 1. The Credential and Ordination Committee shall be composed 
of three pastors and two laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. 
The first named shall be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Credential and Ordination Committee: 

(a) Examine applications churches seeking admission into Association. 

(b) Make necessary recommendations to the Association. 

(c) Encourage all churches to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in 
ordaining men to the Gospel Ministry. 

(d) Upon the invitation of the church conducting the ordination, 
represent the Association on the examining council. 



ARTICLE VI — The Nominating Committee 



Section 1. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of three pas- 
tors and two laymen to be appointed by the Moderator during the first session 
of each annual Associational Meeting. The first named shall be chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Nominating Committee: 

(a) To nominate the general officers of the Association. 

(b) To nominate the Associational Sunday School Superintendent. 

(c) To nominate the Associational Training Union Director. 

(d) To nominate the Orphanage, Hospital, Biblical Recorder, and 
Baptist Home for the -aging representatives. 

(e) To nominate" Associational Brotherhood president. 

(f) To nominate Associational Music Director. 

(g) To nominate the standing committees that are to function during 
the year between the sessions of the Association. 

(h) To fill vacancies occuring in any of the standing committees during 
the year. 

Section 3. All other officers are to be recommended by the heads of the 
organizations and departments to the Nominating Committee. 

ARTICLE VII — Committee on Evangelism 

Section 1. The Committee on Evangelism shall be composed of three 
members nominated by the Nominating Committee. The first named shall 
be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Committee on Evangelism: 

(a) Study and keep the Association and trend of Baptism within the 
Association. 

(b) Plan and promote such meetings as will keep the cause of 
Evangelism before the Association. 

ARTICLE VIII — Program and Place Committee 

Section 1. This committee shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Associational Missionary and two laymen. 



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Section 2. Duties: 

(a) This committee shall plan the program of the annual meeting as to 
time, place, and preacher and all necessary events. 

(b) This program shall be presented to the Executive Committee at its 
last regular meeting before the Association. 

ARTICLE IX — Reports 

All reports to the Annual Associational Meeting are to be in the Associa- 
tional Missionary's office thirty (30) days prior to the Associational Meeting. 



PROGRAM 



SEVENTY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

THEME: "LET CHRIST'S FREEDOM RING" 

NIGHT SESSION WITH AQUONE BAPTIST CHURCH 

AUGUST 14, 1975 — 7:30 P.M. 

7:30 Call to Worship Moderator 

Hymn No. 97 "Jesus Saves" Mr. John Johnson 

Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. Cecil Frady 

Recognition of Pastors and Visitors Moderator 

Enrollment and Statistical Report Mrs. Mary Justice 

Treasurer's Report Mrs. Elizabeth Mason 

Woman's Missionary Union Report Mrs. Mamie Raby 

Associational Missions Rev. Cecil Frady 

Hymn No. 271 "I Will Sing the Wondrous Story " Mr. John Johnson 

Annual Sermon Rev. Andrew Cloer 

Biblical Recorder J. Marse Grant, Editor B-R 

Home for Aging John Roper 

Speaker 
Miscellaneous Business 

Baptist Hospital Bruce Bryant 

Speaker Rev. Calvin Knight 

"Let Christ's Freedom Ring" through Missions 

.Borne Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

State Missions Mrs. Paul Ammons 

Cooperative Program 

Speaker Mr. L. J. Morris 

Benediction Rev. Roy Lowe 

SECOND DAY SESSION WITH HOLLY SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH 
Evening Session August 15, 1975 — 4:00 P.M. 

4:00 THEME: "LET CHRIST'S FREEDOM RING" 
Piano Meditation 

Hymn No. 125 "I Stand Amazed" Mr. John Johnson 

Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. Judson Hall 

Place and Preacher Committee Vice Moderator-Rev. Gene Hawkins 

Baptist Foundation Report Rev. Cecil Frady 

Evangelism Report Rev. J. S. Cunningham 

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Children's Home Mr. Clyde Morris 

Baptist College Mr. Mark Gray 

Hymn No. 290 "He Keeps Me Singing" Mr. John Johnson 

Fellowship and evening meal 

Grace for evening meal Rev. Wiley Gibson 

NIGHT SESSION 
AUGUST 15, 1975-7:00 P.M. 

7:00 Organ Meditation 

Hymn No. 295 "There's a Glad New Song" Mr. John Johnson 

Prayer Rev. Earl Dendy 

Special Music Holly Springs Choir 

Report of Nominating Committee 

Report of Truett Camp Rev. Cecil Frady 

Report of Annuity Board Rev. Cecil Frady 

Christian Education Relort Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

Fruitland Rev. Bill Shields 

Training Union Mr. John Rogers 

Historian Miss May McCoy 

Honoring the Deceased Rev. M. I. Brock 

Hymn No. 123 "Praise Him! Praise Him!" Mr. John Johnson 

Doctrinal Message Rev. Eugene Ridley 

Installation of Officers for 1975-76 Rev. Judson Hall 

Benediction Rev. Gerald Bearden 



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PROCEEDINGS 

of the 

SEVENTY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION 

of the 

MACON BAPTIST ASSON 

THEME: "Let Christ's Freedom Ring" 

The Macon Baptist Association met in its seventy-second session with 
the Aquone Baptist Church on Thursday evening, August 14, 1975. Mrs. 
Elizabeth Mason played a five-minute prelude at the piano while the evening 
session was gathering. 

THURSDAY EVENING - AUGUST 14, 1975 

1. The Association was called to order by Moderator Rev. Judson Duvall, 
at 7:30 P.M. 

2. Mr. John Johnson, Associational Music Director, led in singing 
"Jesus Saves," with Mrs. Elizabeth Mason at the piano. 

3. Rev. Cecil Frady, Macon County Baptist Associational Missionary, 
welcomed the Seventy-second session to the Aquone Baptist Church. Rev. 
Frady read Psalms 27, and led in prayer. 

4. Pastors and visitors were recognized at this time and a warm wel- 
come extended to them by the Moderator. The count was 11 pastors and 3 
visitors. Also the state representatives were welcomed to the Association. 

5. The report on enrollment and statistics was submitted by Mrs. 
Mary Justice, clerk. The clerk received 43 letters representing 142 mes- 
sengers. A roll of the churches was called with those elected by their churches 
as messengers standing to constitute the governing body of the Associational 
meeting. The clerk moved the adoption of the statistical summary to be 
accepted as information. Also moved was acceptance of the attending mes- 
sengers and other duly appointed messengers who might arrive later to con- 
stitute the seventy-second annual session of the Macon Baptist Association. 
The motion passed and the report was adopted. 

6. WMU Report prepared by Mrs. Mamie Raby. 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY JUNION REPORT 
TO MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

In Woman's Missionary Union, we have had a wonderful year. God has 
blessed us in many ways. 

We have twelve active WMU's in the Association, with three churches 
having all levels. All our offices are filled. Our Theme this year has been 
"Love Thy Neighbor," which we have tried to practice more and have found 
very rewarding. We have emphasized to always use our time wisely. 

In December we studied for Foreign Missions "How in this World" by 
Leland Welk. 

Our Home Mission book was taught association wide at First Baptist 
Church, during Focus Week in February. 

During March Week of Prayer, our Baptist Young Women did the Radio 
Week of devotion, using out Theme "Love Thy Neighbor" it was very uplift- 
ing and we are grateful and proud of our young women. 

Our annual meeting was held April 1st, at Co wee Baptist Church. Miss 
Olive Lawton of Ridgecrest, retired missionary from China was our guest 
speaker. Miss Lawton is very dedicated and I know each of us received a 

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blessing from the meeting. We also used ladies from other denominations 
to give us a panel discussion on how they felt we could "Love Our Neighbor" 
more. It was a wonderful meeting and our thanks to the Cowee Church for 
hostessing the meeting. 

Also in April Mrs. Kathy Parker, G. A. Leader had a field trip for all 
G. S.'s the State worker Miss Pat Ritchie was with them. The G.A.'s really 
enjoyed their day. 

The G.A.'s also had a promotion day at First Baptist Church, in which 
all interested associational G.A.'s took part. They presented plays, songs 
and other things pertaining the G.A.'s. It was rewarding the girls were- so 
good. 

In May, the Baptist Young Women had a banquet "Love Thy Neighbor" 
being used as their theme. The State worker Nancy Curtis was guest speaker. 
The banquet was a success. 

A prayer retreat was held in three sessions at First Baptist Church 
July 25-26. Mrs. Elaine Bradley, W.M.U. Director of First Church, 
Franklin, N. C. directed the retreat. Our guest leader was Miss Bertie Lee 
Kendrick retired missionary from Hawaii. The theme of the retreat was, 
"Teach Me to Pray Lord." This was truly a spiritual up-lift to the ladies 
ofW.M.U. 

The W.M.U. had a booth at the County Fair still using out theme "Love 
Thy Neighbor." We received a blue ribbon, but we received more joy and 
blessings doing the booth. 

We have had delegates to State Convention, Ridgecrest and Fruitland. 
It has been a good year and we give thanks to God who has allowed us to do 
these things. We are looking forward to a better year this year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Mamie Raby, WMU Director 

7. Mrs. Elizabeth Mason prepared the Treasurers Report and report 
was adopted. 

TREASURER'S REPORT 
Fiscal Year — July 1, 1974 through June 30, 1975 

Amount Brought Forward From Previous Year 

Contributions Assoc. Home Minutes 



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Missions 



Aquone 8 *"^- "" $ $ $ 5.00 

Bethel 5.00 

Black Mountain 80.00 45.00 8.00 

Briartown 50.00 12.00 

Burningtown 192.00 8.00 

Calvary 30.00 25.00 10.00 

Cartoogechaye 300.00 

Clear Creek 172.39 

Cowee 728.00 214.00 20.00 

Coweeta 100.00 

East Franklin 52.00 

Ellijay 10.00 25.00 

Flats 

Franklin First 1,699.80 600.00 10.00 

Goldmine 60.00 12.00 

Higdonville 300.00 200.00 

Highlands 390.00 390.00 8.00 

Holly Springs 363.96 110.00 6.00 

Iotla 450.00 10.00 

Liberty 165.00 100.00 20.00 

Longview 830.00 25.00 

Mashburn Branch 100.00 12.00 

Mount Hope 336.00 227.52 11.00 

Newman's Chapel 130.00 405.92 20.00 

Oak Dale 2.00 

Oak Grove 130.00 6.00 

Pine Grove 120.00 8.00 

Pleasant Hill 50.00 



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$ 


13,321.29 


Offset 


Honduras 


Other 


Press 








$ 25.00 


$ 




16.79 






16.90 






60.00 




100.00 


55.35 
50.00 




70.00 


10.00 


60.45 


102.00 


76.00 


V.B.S. 


3.25 


22.50 
10.00 


7.76 
S.S.Mat. 


4.00 








10.00 


20.00 


100.00 


20.00 
25.00 


Chaplain. 




50.00 


35.00 


150.00 


50.00 
10.00 


Chaplain. 


328.00 






100.00 


54.40 


80.00 
C. Prog. 


52.50 




3.20 
C. Cards 




10.00 


41.22 



Prentiss 58.54 

Ridgecrest 192.00 

Shortoff 167.16 

Sugarfork 165.00 

Tellico 

Walnut Creek 30.00 

Watauga 250.00 

Wells Grove 90.00 

West Franklin 150.00 

West Union 

Baptist State Conv 1,562.00 

Cowee Bible Study Group 

Franklin First 

"Day Current Circle" 

Macon Assn. Meeting Off 

State of N.C. 

(Sales Tax Fefund) 89.32 

Ethel Breedlove 

Bill Bryant 

Paul Carpenter 20.00 

Donald Clay 

Cecil M . Frady 

(Long Distance Calls 327.20 

Mary Frady 

Mary Justice 

Doris Ledbetter 

Claude Ledford 

Lee Ledford 

May McCoy 

May Beryl Moody 

Owen's Realty 

Mrs. Neal Parker 

H. H. Plemmons 

D. A. Rhodes 10.00 

Hyldah Shepherd 

Total Contributions for Year $9,708.37 



45.00 


12.00 




T. 


U. Mat. 


211.68 


25.00 
10.00 
12.00 
8.00 




25.00 




50.00 










300.00 


25.00 




25.00 






15.00 


150.00 


51.00 






8.00 


100.00 








4.00 


10.75 

34.00 
173.93 

5.00 
12.00 
20.00 
10.00 

10.00 

100.00 

5.00 


10.00 


8.33 
Books 


20.00 




• 18.00 
20.00 

100.00 
8.00 

25.00 




150.00 

Prayer 

Retreat 

2.00 

Paper 


600.00 




10.00 






13,791.12 


$337.00 


$1,821.43 


$682.94 


$407.96 



DISBURSEMENTS 

Rev. Cecil M. Frady (Salary & Travel) $ 7,000.00 

Rev. Cecil M. Frady (Convention Expense) 75.00 

Rev. Cecil M. Fradv (Honduras Expense) 465.00 

Rev. Cecil M. Frady (Postage Refund) 9.84 

Rev. Charles Dean ("M" Night Speaker) 50.00 

Bertha Smith (Prayer Retreat) 150.00 

Missionary Leslie Keyes (Work in Honduras) ~ 72.50 

Mrs. Mary Justice(Clerk Salary July 1, 1973-June30, 1974) 100.00 

Mrs. Elizabeth Mason (Treasurer Salary October, 1973-June, 1975) 75.00 

First Union National Bank (Interest $1,098.33 Principal $3,600.00) 4,698.33 

Annuity Board of S. B. C. (Rev. Cecil M. Frady) 600.00 

Nantahala Power & Light Company (Electricity) 596.75 

Town of Franklin (Water & Sewer) 65.43 

Western Carolina Telephone Company (Local Service & Tax $261.54 

Long Distance Calls $327.20) 588.74 

Zeb Meadows, Postmaster (Mailing Permit $80.00; Box Rent $5.80; Stamps $30.00) 115.80 

Franklin Insurance Agency (Assn. Home Insurance to 8-4-75) 145.00 

Gray & Creech, Inc, (A. B. Dick Offset Press and Platemaker) 2,696.73 

Gray & Creech, Inc. (Offset Press Supplies $363.52; 100 Reams Paper $217.86) 581.38 

Atwood Printing Company (Negatives for Offset Press) 25.85 

Franklin Power Saw Service (Lawn Mower Parts) 26.14 

Baptist Sunday School Board (Books, V.B.S. Materials & Supplies) 60.46 

N.C. Baptist State Convention (Cooperative Program— Clear Creek V.B.S. $60.45; 

Newman's Chapel $80.00) 140.45 

Missouri Baptist Press (Printing 400 Minutes) 309.68 

Henry Office Supplies (Carbon Ribbons) 2.08 

Food Palace (Fertilizer) 48.00 

Frizzell Farm Supply (Fertilizer & Seeds) 43.89 

Macon Ministerial Association (Chaplaincy Fund for Goldmine) 20.00 

Joe McDowell (Four loads of dirt; use of tractor) 47.00 

Total Disbursements for Year $18,809.05 

Balance on hand July 1, 1974 $ 3,321.29 

Total Contributions for Fiscal Year 1974-75 16,748.82 

Total on hand for Fiscal Year 1974-75 20,070.11 

Total disbursements for year 18,809.05 

Balance on hand June 30, 1975 $ 1,261.06 

Respectfully submitted, Elizabeth F. Mason, Treasurer 



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8. Rev. Earl Dendy reported on proposed budget. 



PROPOSED BUDGET FOR MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
FOR THE YEAR 1975-76 



GENERAL EXPENDITURES: 

Water, Lights and Heat « , nnn nn 

Travel Expenses For Field Worker * 2 500 00 

Convention Expenses (Field Worker) qoo 00 

Annuity Board (Field Worker's Retirement) ... ' 600 00 

Office Phone wrim 

Printing of Minutes for Churches ' ?nn on 

Postage and Office Supplies A ok'nn 

Maintenance ' ^5.00 

Total General Expenses ...ZZZZZiZZiiZiZZ"; 5,575.00 

SALARIES: 

Field Worker $ 6,000.00 

Treasurer 100.00 

Clerk .„ 100.00 

Total Salaries 6.200.00 



PROMOTIONAL EXPENSES: 

Sunday School $ 75.00 

Training Union „ 100.00 

Woman's Missionary Union 125.00 

Vacation Bible School 75.00 

Total Promotional 375.00 

Grand Total $12,150.00 

Convention Supplement ....$ 1,425.00 

Church's Part . $10,725.00 

Missions Committee: Earl Dendy— Chairman, Wiley Gibson, Weaver Fox, 
Zeb Cabe, Alton Dendy, Victor Teague, Jerry Davison 



9. Rev. Cecil Frady spoke to Associational Missions. 



ASSOCIATION MISSIONARY REPORT 

Since last Association Meeting, I have mailed 2,820 bulletins, spoke 155 
times in our churches, 10 times on morning devotions, traveled approxi- 
mately 22,000 miles, had 2 Baptismal Services, performed a number of 
weddings, helped in ordination of 2 preachers, four deacons, conducted a 
number of funerals, helped in getting two New Training Unions, attended 
State Baptist Convention, Superintendent of Missions, Training Union Meet- 
ings, Sunday School meetings, pastors conference, Ministerial Conference, 
"M" Night, Executive Meetings, Pastor-Deacon Workshop, Seminar Nashville, 
Tennessee on Association work, a two-week mission trip to Honduras 
and 8 Bible Studies and many other conferences concerning our Lord's work. 

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I would like to express my appreciation for all the gifts and acts of kind- 
ness from each church and individuals throughout our Association during the 
sickness of my wife. I thank God for each one and for the cooperation of the 
churches and pray that there will be a closer net of co-operation in the 
coming year 1975-1976. 

Respectfully submitted, Cecil Frady, Associational Missionary 



10. The Baptist Home for the Aging was prepared by John Roper and 
received as information. Mr. Kenneth Mullins spoke on WNC BAPTIST Home 
to be built on the Pearson Estate in Asheville, N. C. 



N. C. BAPTIST HOMES FOR THE AGING 

There has never been a year in the history of your Baptist Homes when 
more people have sought the services of the Homes. This has been true par- 
ticularly of the aging sick person. Almost daily calls come from older persons, 
and their families, inquiring about admission to one of your five resident 
Homes and the Skilled Nursing Care Facility of the Homes. 

Today there are some 21,000,000 Americans 65 and above, and this 
number, it is anticipated, will grown by over 300,000 a year in the years 
ahead. The needs of aging people are overwhelming, and we must strive 
diligently to meet those needs. 

Although we can minister in our North Carolina Baptist Homes to only 
230 persons at any given time, we have served hundreds of aging people 
through the twenty-four years that we have been on the scene at Resthaven, 
the Hayes Home, and the Nursing Care Unit, in Winston-Salem, and in our 
Homes at Albemarle, Hamilton, and Yanceyville. As God continues to bless 
us and lead us, we will make every effort to expand our ministry and to 
reach out and help as many older persons as possible in the years ahead. 
We can do this only by the grace of the Lord and by the increased concern 
and giving of our Baptist people. 

Gifts for 1974-75 from our Baptist Churches, through the Cooperative 
Program and through the 3rd Sunday of February Offering for the Homes, 
reflect a very encouraging increase. This is great, and we are grateful 
especially since four out of every five persons who live in our Homes depend 
upon these love gifts for their care! Your love gift is a life-line to these 
deserving older persons, and they could not be cared for in the majority of 
cases, if it were not for you. 

Signs on the horizon indicate that we will need greater financial support 
for our Homes for the Aging from our Baptist people than ever before. 

The most exciting development in the family of your Baptist Homes for 
the past year has been the experience of obtaining one of the most beauti- 
ful locations in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina for the proposed 
Western North Carolina Baptist Home. This site is a twenty-one acre tract 
of land overlooking the city of Asheville, better known as the Pearson Estate, 
on Richmond Hill, in Northwest Asheville. God Himself, we feel, has guided 
us in discovering this beautiful site. 

Plans are in the making now to raise $1,000,000 for the construction 
of this new proposed Western North Carolina Baptist Home. These plans 
initially will include 50 rooms for residents, with living room, dining room, 
library, chapel and activities room, and other necessary rooms. With the 
completion of this Home, North Carolina Baptists will be enlarging their 
base of ministry to almost 300 persons, and older people from Western North 
Carolina will have a facility to serve the hundreds in their area who will 
need the service of this lovely facility now and in the years to come. 



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Pray for the ministry of your Baptist Homes for the Aging. Give as 
liberally as possible that the overwhelming needs of older people in our 
midst might be met more adequately. Visit the Homes and see first-hand 
the personal joy that your gifts bring. Know that your ministry to even one 
of these dear older people is a ministry as unto Christ Himself. 

John Roper 

11. Mr. John Johnson, led the group in singing "I Will Sing the Wondrous 
Story". 

12. Annual Sermon — Rev. Andrew Cloer. He read as his scripture, 
Acts 27:25. 

13. Biblical Recorder report by Mrs. Ed Brogden-Marse Grant, Editor 
ofB-R. 

BIBLICAL RECORDER REPORT 

Baptist state papers claimed more attention that usual at the 1975 meeting 
of the Southern Baptist Convention ,in Miami Beach this year. In the celebra- 
tion of the 50th Anniversary of the Cooperative Program, it was revealed 
that they had played a tremendous part in the growth of our denomination. 
Louie D. Newton, denominational staterman and former editor of Georgia's 
Christian Index, introduced all the 33 editors of state papers and made a 
comparison of circulation of each in 1975 with that of 1925 when the Coopera- 
tive Program was born. Many were not in existence at that time, however, 
but this in itself reveals something of Southern Baptist growth. 

In giving a special committee report on state papers, H . Franklin Paschall, 
pastor of First Church, Nashville, Tenn., reported that present circulation 
is 1 3 4 million and recommended that the convention reaffirm its goal of get- 
ting a state paper into two million Baptist homes by 1980. The committee 
recommended a vigorous campaign in all states to help accomplish this, 
and also recommended that state papers be incorporated in all local church 
budgets. 

The BIBLICAL RECORDER is one of those 33 state papers, and one 
of the oldest, and we hope, one of the best. In spite of continued problems 
for religious publications because of inflation, and skyrocketting postage 
costs, the circulation of the RECORDER remains above 112,000. Congre- 
gations including it in their budgets for all their familiet are the ones which 
have an informed membership. It is our hope that North Carolina Churches 
will take seriously the recommendation reaffirmed at the Southern Baptist 
Convention that state papers be incorporated in local church budgets for 
all their member families. Already more than 1,000 churches in North 
Carolina are doing this, and more congregations do so each year. Pastors 
and deacons should initiate such action, and it should be supported by all 
the organizations in the church. 

The BIBLICAL RECORDER has covered many sensitive issues this past 
year. Words of appreciation have come from Baptist people all across the 
state, for they are aware than "an informed people is the bulwark of Baptist 
democracy." 

The RECORDER continues to operate on a limited budget, and with an al- 
together too small staff. Local churches can help us by understanding these 
limitations, and by renewing their subscription plans promptly. 

Ray K. Hodge, pastor of First Church, Kinston, says: "One of the easiest 
tasks I have had as a pastor is to lead churches to include and keep the de- 
nominational paper in the church budget. It is such a bargain that trying to 
save a few dollars (by not subscribing to it for our families) is too costly. 
It would be like saving the expense of regular visits to the dentist, only 
to pay more in various ways later." 

His advice is well taken. 

Respectfully submitted, J. Marse Grant, Editor BIBLICAL RECORDER 



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14. Baptist Hospital report submitted by Bruce Bryant. Rev. Calvin Knight 
from Baptist Hospital spoke to this report. 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

i 

There have been many significant developments, in several different 
areas at your Baptist Hospital during the past year. 

By the time this report is read the new ambulatory care unit will be 
open, making possible enlarged and improved services for the Emergency 
Room, Out-patient Clinics, Physical Therapy and other departments. Reno- 
vation of the West Wing will be complete and renovation on the South Wing 
will begin in early August. The third floor of the Progressive Care Unit 
has been remodeled to provide 26 beds, therapy room and other improved 
facilities for Psychiatric services. 

The long-awaited EMI-scanner is now in use and is already proving bene- 
ficial in detecting blood clots, tumors, strokes and other abnormalities of 
the brain. 

A Family Practice Center opened July 1, 1975 to offer more primary 
medical care for patients and also to provide specialized training for physic- 
ians who choose to enter Family Practice. 

During the year the hospital had its biennial review by the Joint Commis- 
sion on Hospital Accreditation. All areas of operation received an excellent 
report, but physician service, nursing service and administration all received 
especially high commendation. 

Despite the continued rise in costs for services and materials the hos- 
pital has been able to operate in the black. The administration and depart- 
ment heads confer frequently and make diligent effort to see that the hospital 
operates as efficiently and economically as possible. 

Gifts from the Baptist churches have been very gratifying. During the 
calendar year of 1974 the hospital received $258,898 through the Cooperative 
Program and $392,000 through the Mother's Day Offering. Hospital staff 
members have participated in Cooperative Program promotion in coopera- 
tion with the State Convention Division of Stewardship and Cooperative 
Program Promotion. 

The Department of Pastoral Care has opened a counseling center in 
Raleigh, its second satellite center. Plans are developing for a third satel- 
lite in the western part of the state. The Department has established a scholar- 
ship fund as a memorial to Dr. Richard K. Young, the department's first 
director, who died December 31. Full re-accreditation was given the School 
of Pastoral Care in December by the Association of Clinical Pastoral 
Education. 

During the past year Mr. Reid T. Holmes retired as President of the 
hospital, after serving in the hospital administration for 29 years. 

Bruce Bryant 

15. Rev. L. J. Morris, Communications Director Baptist State Con- 
vention spoke to all Missions reports. Rev. Morris showed a film. 

HOME MISSIONS REPORT 

"Go tell your friend, your foe, your neighbor that Christ who died — 
died not for you alone. He died for all!" Jesus left no plan for telling the 
story of salvation other than His "go . . . tell." Your lost neighbor is your 
personal mission field. Then you are sharing The Word when you reach 
out in love, praying and giving of your means to support all phases of Home 
Missions. 

Your gifts help to support 2,200 missionaries on the home mission field. 
Last year more than 1,000 young Christians served as student missionaries 
in locales ranging from Maine to Hawaii. 15,000 associational officers and 

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workers obtained the information and skills needed to carry on their work. 
Through the Christian Social Ministeries, Lauguage Missions, Church Exten- 
sion, Interfaith Witness, Chaplaincy Ministeries, Evangelism, and Special 
Projects, the Home Mission ministeries are witnessing and sharing Christ's 
love. 

Home missionaries confront people of many cultures, social standings, 
professions, and income brackets with the message of love, and a life of 
meaning in Jesus Christ. 

"God's gift to us is the opportunity of service. How we serve is our gift 
to God." 

Submitted by Connie H . Campbell 



FOREIGN MISSION BOARD 

The Foreign Mission Board exists for one purpose — to be the channel 
through which Southern Baptists cooperatively bear our witness for Christ 
in other lands. At the close of 1974 the Board had an overseas missionary 
staff of 2,606. These men and women are not the Board's missionaries — 
they are ministering overseas as Southern Baptists — as Christian men and 
women who have responded to God's call to serve Him in another land. 
They are sustained through the resources of their fellow Christians in 
Southern Baptist churches. 

On January 1, 1975, Southern Baptist missionaries were assigned to 82 
geographical or political entities. 

Evangelism and church development are central to the objectives of mis- 
sions. Churches overseas are stimulated by the Foreign Mission Board and 
its missionaries, but rather than being extensions of, they stand in fraternal 
relationship with the Southern Baptist Convention. Accomplishments are 
largely those of national churches, leaders, and conventions, with the assist- 
ance of missionary co-workers and resources from Southern Baptists. 

Strong churches must have capable and well-trained leadership from 
among their people. Theological-study-by-extension, begun as a pilot project 
in East Africa, was reported to have expanded to ten other countries in 1974. 

Adequate supplies of Christian literature continues to increase in im- 
protance. Probably the most significant development in publishing work in 
1974 was the working out of agreements with Baptist conventions in Nicaragua 
and El Salvador for placing missionaries in those countries to carry out 
literature ministries. 

Significant developments in medical work in 1974 included: a new inten- 
sive care unit and prosthetics shop at the Baptist Hospital in Columbia; a 
new surgical ward and intensive care unit in Korea; addition of a pharmacy 
building and staff quarters to Ghana Hospital; remodeling and enlarging 
portions of Gaza Hospital. 

Mobile clinics continue to be effective among rural and village people. 
Through day clinics held in local churches and staffed chiefly by national 
Christian medical personnel; much needed health care is provided and, often, 
doors are opened to a hearing for the gospel. 

Increasing awareness of the growing world hunger problem and response 
to the hurricane in Honduras gave a new thrust to Southern Baptist relief 
efforts overseas. The Convention Executive Committee was asked to help 
inform Southern Baptists that the Foreign Mission Board serves as a channel 
for overseas relief ministries. Aspecial staff work group began developing a 
"disaster response plan." 

Approximately 50 percent of the Southern Baptist Convention Cooperative 
Program funds is made available annually for foreign missions. This is the 
basis upon which sustained advance can be built. Still needed urgently on 



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overseas fields are land, buildings, and equipment, amounting to several 
million dollars worth. 

The above report was prepared from information received from the 
Foreign Mission Board. 

Submitted by: Barbara Roper 

16. Moved and seconded that all reports which had been given be adopted. 

17. Motion to adjourn meeting until 4:00 P.M. August 15-Holly Springs 
Baptist Church. 

18. Benediction by Rev. Roy Lowe. 

Judson Duvall, Moderator - Mary Justice, Clerk 

FRIDAY EVENING - AUGUST 15, 1975 
HOLLY SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH 

4:00 

Meditation music was presented by Mrs. Elizabeth Hall. 

19. Holly Springs Baptist Church was host for the Friday session. Vice- 
Moderator, Rev. Gene Hawkins called this session to order at 4:00 P.M. Mr. 
John Johnson led the group in singing "I Stand Amazed". 

20. Rev. Judson Hall pastor of the host church, extended a welcome to 
those attending the Friday Session. Rev. Hall read John 8:31 and Romans 6th 
Chapter and led in prayer. Mr. Johnson led the group in singing "The Lily 
of the Valley." 

21. The Baptist Foundation Report, was received as information and was 
spoken to by Rev. Cecil Frady. 

THE NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST 

FOUNDATION, INC. REPORT 

1975 

As revealed through a Sunday School lesson during the past year, a good 
foundation of discipline and training in Spiritual matters is necessary for 
a young life to develop in a way to withstand the pressures of life during 
periods of stress and strain. It is almost trite to refer to the need of a good 
base or foundation for any activity or project contemplated in this life. Not 
in anyway is there a difference for a need of the Foundation, as thought of in 
terms of the Baptist Foundation, when we consider the future potentialities 
and needs to sustain and expand mission efforts and services to bring man- 
kind into the influence of the saving grace of God's Son, Jesus Christ. 

Chartered in 1919 by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, 
The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. has sought to assist individuals 
throughout the state in their estate planning, providing ways to support Bap- 
tist institutions and mission work on a permanent basis. Property and funds 
placed with the Baptist Foundation are invested by a convention elected 
board of directors with the income paid annually to the institution or mission 
cause designated by the donor. 

Individual assistance is provided Baptists throughout the state in the es- 
tablishment of trusts that not only benefit the donor but also support the 
Christian ministries of our denomination in a lasting, perpetual way. 

During the past two years, $330,070.41 has been given to the N. C. Baptist 
Foundation, Inc., in the way of annunity trusts. In this type trust, the donors 
reserve the right to the income from the investments for their lifetime and 
then the income will be paid to the Baptist cause specified in the original 
trust agreement. The laws of our land provide to the donor certain tax advan- 
tages for the gift portion of these transactions. 

Wills still account for a major portion of the funds held in trust by the 
Foundation. One such gift to benefit mission work from this year forward, 
came in the form of a farm and other assets given by the deceased. It was 

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determined by the tax records found in this estate, that this person will give 
annually three times as much for missions through the income from this trust 
fund, as she was ever able to earn in total wages during any year of her life- 
time. So what she could not do for our Lord's work here on earth in her lifetime, 
she does after her life here among us has ended. 

New gifts to be held in trust by the N. C. Baptist amounted to $635,079.57 
during 1974-75 fiscal year. Added to the market value of assets held from 
previous years brings the total value to $2,331,559.67 as of June 30, 1975. 
Income from all assets held by the Foundation which have been or will be 
distributed to designated beneficiaries in the near future amounted to 
$76,257.82 for the past 12 months. 

For services offered by the Foundation to induviduals or churches, please 
contact Mr. Edwin S. Coates, Executive Secretary, N. C. Baptist Foundation, 
Inc., P. O. Box 26508, Raleigh, N. C. 27611 (Tel. No. 919-833-1605). All in- 
quiries and assistance are considered confidential and personal matters. 

22. The Evangelism Report was received as information and was spoken 
to by Rev. J. S. Cunningham. 

ANNUAL ASSOCIATIONAL EVANGELISM REPORT - 1975 

All churches will receive Proclamation '76 Planning Calendar booklets 
for 1975-76 and other revival materials. Each association is encouraged to 
plan a Simultaneous Revival among the churches during the spring (March 
or April) of 1976. If you do not have a Simultaneous Revival, every Baptist 
church is urged to plan adynamic revival effort in the spring of 1976. 

The continuing response of youth and adults to Lay Evangelism Schools 
has been significant. In the past SV2 years, 12,774 youth and adults have shared 
in this lay witness training from 1,007 churches and 55 associations. Also, 
107 pastors from nine other associations have participated in Pastor's Re- 
treats dealing with Lay Evangelism Schools. Five other associations have 
planned Lay Evangelism Schools during the fall of 1975. 

"BE RECONCILED TO GOD AND MAN" was the theme of the 29th State- 
wide Evangelism Conference at War Memorial Auditorium, Greensboro, 
February 3-15, 1975. Over 2,400 pastors and lay persons heard excellent 
speakers emphasized various phases of evangelism. 

Youth Ministries Week was held at the North Carolina Baptist Assembly 
during June 9-13 for 520 youth and adults with the emphasis on evangelism, 
vocational guidance, and recreation. 

About 14,000 youth, pastors, and adult leaders will attend the 5th State- 
wide Youth Evangelism Night - August 15 - at the Greensboro Coliseum. Dr. 
Bill Self, Atlanta, Georgia, is the guest preacher, and Bill and Linda Cates 
are the guest musicians. Christian youth continue to share a strong witness 
for Jesus Christ, across our state. 

The Division of Evangelism is cooperating with the Brotherhood Depart- 
ment in Lay Renewal Weekends and Renewal Evangelism. 

Let us rejoice in the leadership of the Holy Spirit in wonderful revival 
meetings, city-wide crusades, and evangelism clinics during the past year. 

The 30th Statewide Evangelism Conference will be at the Civic Center 
Auditorium, Asheville, during February 2-4, 1976. 

Remember to pray daily for the work of evangelism in all the chuches of 
our state, nation, and world. 

Respectfully submitted, J. S. Cunningham 

22-A. Mr. John W. Rogers spoke on Training Union. 



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CHURCH TRAINING 

In our report for 1975 we are fortunate to add Shortoff Baptist Church as 
a member of our Church Training Program. We have visited churches already 
active in Training Union and most of them are very successful. We urge you to 
keep up the good work. The churches in our Association who do not have an 
active Training Program, we urge you to start one now as the young people of 
today are tomorrows leaders and how will they lead without training? 

"M-Night" was held on October 28, 1974 at the First Baptist Church in 
Franklin, N. C. Theme for the evening was "Church, The Sunday Night Place 
Family Style." Guest speaker was Rev. Charles Dean of Sylva, N. C. Family 
testimony was given by the Clyde Drake Family. Twenty four churches were 
represented with 338 attending. Sixteen pastors and seventeen directors. Come 
on Pastors and Directors and lead your church by Supporting them on "M- 
Night". Mount Hope took the banner for best attendance. Pleasant Hill was 
given a banner for being the newest church in our Training Program. When 
attendance is counted please stand with the church of which you are a member 
(where your letter is) even if your are attending another church. The banner is 
given on the basis of highest attendance of church members. 

Looking forward to a new year with new members added to the church Train- 
ing Program. 

Respectfully submitted, John W. Rogers, Training Union Director 

23. The Children's Homes Report prepared by Roy Rickman was spoken 
to by Clyde Morris. 

BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 

REPORT TO THE ASSOCIATIONS 

WESTERN AREA 

1975 

Christian child care provided by the Baptist Children's Homes of North 
Carolina is a cooperative mission. It was through the life, teaching and min- 
istry of Christ and under the leadership of the Holy Spirit that North Carolina 
Baptists launched their child care ministry 90 years ago. Today it is recog- 
nized as one of the outstanding ministries of its kind in the nation. 

Without the cooperative support of our Baptist people, along with many 
other friends, the Homes could not have come into being. These relationships 
are vital to the future of the Homes and all who are served through them. The 
investments which we have made in the lives of hundreds of children are paying 
rich dividends. These are some of our finest citizens for whom you provided 
a Christian home and way of life. 

The lives of more than 3,700 people were affected in a significant way 
through the services of the Homes during the past year. Daily care and re- 
lated services were provided 1,524 children. Of this number, 1,061 were in 
continuing programs while 463 received casework, counseling, and referral 
services. While we were caring for the children, a close working relation- 
ship was maintained with 2,178 adults in an effort to reestablish homes and 
strengthen family relationships. 

New and exciting developments are in progress in Western North Carolina. 
The beautiful Broyhill Home campus will have a fifth cottage for children con- 
structed during the next year. The Thermal Belt Youth Shelter, at Forest City, 
was opened last spring and is meeting a vital need for children needing imme- 
diate help. Several young girls are receiving care through the Maternity Home 
in Asheville. Increasing numbers of families are opening hearts and homes for 
the care of foster children. All of these indicate a living, vital and growing 
ministry to people. 



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Hugh Starnes, administrator of our work in Western North Carolina and 
other members of the staff are anxious to have you and members of your 
church visit Broyhill Home. To see, observe and to feel in person what it is 
like to live in a children's home is to appreciate our child care ministry. 
Thank you for your dependable support in numerous ways. It shall be our 
purpose to keep this a dynamic ministry and to meet the needs of those for 
whom we accept responsibility. 

W. R. Wagoner, President 
Submitted by Roy Rickman 

24. The Baptist Colleges Report prepared by Mrs. Josephine Cabe and 
spoken to by Mr. Mark Gray, student at Mars Hill College. 

24-A Rev. Bill Shields gave an oral report on Baptist Fruitland Institute. 

25. Following a hymn, Rev. Wiley Gibson asked grace for the evening 
meal. 

CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 

"I am somebody!" The sign was posted on the mirror in the foyer of the 
small mission chapel. The poster and the church wanted persons who attended 
to feel a sense of dignity and worth. 

"Let us make the man in our image, after our likeness" 

(Gen. 1:26) RSV 

Persons are important. Persons near us are important - persons far from 
us are important. They are important because the Bible teaches us to love 
our neighbor and the Christian mission is to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ 
with all people everywhere. Baptist Colleges in North Carolina see themselves 
as active participants in realizing the dignity of every human personality and 
in Christian mission to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with all people every- 
where. 

Colleges Active in Mission Support 

In addition to the important role of preparing future lay leaders for local 
churches, the colleges continue a strong emphasis upon ministerial and church- 
related vocational training. 

In April 1975, our seven colleges reported a total of 715 persons who were 
preparing for careers in church leadership. Most of these persons will com- 
plete their preparation by attending a seminary. Southern Baptist seminaries 
listed an enrollment of 303 graduates of North Carolina colleges in the spring 
of 1975. The Foreign Mission Board has under appointment 152 of our grad- 
uates at present, more than 6% of the total number of current missionary 
personnel. In addition, a significant number of Baptist colleges trained per- 
sons serve in strategic posts with the Home Mission Board, Baptist state 
conventions and associational missions throughout the Southern Baptist Con- 
vention. Baptist college students receive excellent experience and training 
for church and missionary service through Baptist Youth Corps. Approximately 
100 Baptist college students were assigned to churches for the summer of 
1975. The colleges furnished one-half of the Youth Corps worker's salary 
and thus enjoy a vital partnership with churches and students in summer mis- 
sion work. 

Cooperative Program Vital to Colleges 

With the exception of what students pay, the Cooperative Program con- 
tinues to be the largest single source of annual income for our colleges. In 
these days of financial uncertainty, the colleges are grateful for the level of 
support which North Carolina Baptist have maintained. During 1975, the an- 
ticipated Cooperative Program budget for colleges will provide: Campbell 

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College, $416,066; Chowan College, $263,333; Gardner-Webb College, 
$329,166; Mars Hill College, $360,776; Meredith College, $360,776; Wake 
Forest University, $639,900; and Wingate College, $263,333. 

Baptist College Day 

Another way the churches help to relieve the colleges' financial burden 
is through the annual offering on Father's Day. Designated for student aid, 
this offering gives much-needed assistance to many students from Baptist 
churches, making an education on a Christian college campus possible. 

A Pledge and a Plea 

t ,-■ 

North Carolina Baptist colleges are committed to Christian values, and 
to an active partnership with their fellow-Baptists in evangelism, missions, 
education and social concern. 

Your Baptist colleges sincerely solicit the supportive prayers of Macon 
County Baptist churches, that they will be aware of and receptive to Divine 
guidance in performing the work which has been entrusted to them. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

NIGHT SESSION- AUGUST 15 

7:00 Meditation music by Mrs. Mary Justice at the organ. 

26. Rev. Gene Hawkins, Vice-Moderator called the night session to 
order. 

27. Mr. John Johnson led in singing Hymn No. 295 "There's a Glad 
New Song". 

28. Special Music "In Times Like These" Holly Springs Choir 

29. Rev. Cecil Frady, Associational Missionary spoke on Truitt Camp 
oral. 

30.. Rev. Frady, spoke on the Annuity Board. 

ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 

The Southern Baptist Convention Annuity Board serves as a lifeline of 
support for 10,034 retired pastors and other church-related workers or 
their widows. 

During 1974, the Board paid about $15- 1 /2 million in retirement and other 
protection benefits to these annuitants. In the Board's 57-year history, it 
has paid a total of over 125 million in retirement and protection benefits. 

The Annuity Board also holds in trust and invests retirement contribu- 
tions from 38,000 pastors, other church staff and denominational employees — 
which will be converted into annuity benefits when they retire. 

These funds held in trust amount to a record $353,445,743. While this 
seems a large amount of money, it needs to be noted that this must be divid- 
ed by the number of future annuitants it will serve for the remainder of their 
lifetimes after retirement. 

The Annuity Board would have enjoyed its best year ever in 1974, but 
the stock market's downturn intervened. Realized and unrealized losses in 
income from bonds, short-term invertments, and common stocks amounted 
to $21 million. 

Gains in other investments reduced the net loss to $11.3 million, or 
three per cent based on average investments. All investment funds, whether 
church-related or having other connections, suffered from the stock market 
decline. 

As the stock market began to recover in early 1975, the losses also began 
to be recovered, Board President Darold H. Morgan said. 



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In December, 1974, the Board issued a 13th Check to annuitants. It amount- 
ed to more than $675,000 and was equal to one month's benefits. It is called 
a 13th Check because is is issued above and beyond the 12 regular monthly 
benefit checks distributed to annuitants. 

Additional information about the Annuity Bpard may be obtained through 
the Development Office, Annuity Board, SBC, 511 North Akard Building, 
Dallas, Texas 75201. 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS, 1974 

Retirement Plans: Total Members Insurance Total Members 

Plan A (churches-agencies) 26,390 Health Insurance 14,449 

Plan B (churches-agencies) 18,301 Group Life (churches) 8,035 

Plan C (churches-agencies) 5,730, Group Life (agencies) 12,704 

Total Benefits Paid (retirement) $15,452,446, *Life Benefit Plan 3,664 

Relief Benefits $216,513 

Relief Recipients 409 *Closed to new members 

In North Carolina 2134 churches and associations and 2616 staff members 
are currently participating in the Southern Baptist Protection Program. 

31. Place and Preacher report was presented by Rev. Cecil Frady. 

PLACE AND PREACHER REPORT 

The meeting next year will be held with the Ridgecrest Baptist Church, 
for the night session and Liberty Baptist Church for the afternoon and night 
sessions. 

The Rev. Roy Lowe Will deliver the Annual Sermon and Rev. Wiley Gibson 
will bring the Doctrinal Sermon. 

32. Miss May McCoy spoke to Historian Report. Miss McCoy served 
seven years as Historian and was given a vote of Thanks. 

HISTORICAL REPORT 

The 72nd annual session of the Macon Baptist Association is scheduled 
to meet on August 14-15 as follows: the night (1st) service will be held with 
the Holly Springs Baptist Church in the afternoon and at night. The after- 
noon service will be followed by a covered dish supper, then re-assemble for 
the last service. This is the first time that the services of the day has been 
held as thus stated. 

The 71st annual session voted to make this change hoping that more peo- 
ple would be able to attend. The closing hours are very interesting and very 
important. All delegates, pastors and leaders need to be present for the 
closing hour, if possible. 

The attendance at last year's annual session was better than usual. 
Around 165 people came for the first meeting with thirteen pastors present. 
The fellowship was good and many good reports were given. Also the associa- 
tion adopted a letter which had been prepared to send to President Gerald 
Ford expressing gratitude for his Inaugural address to the American people 
and for this Christian courage in asking for the prayers of the American 
people as he tries to serve as President of the United States of America. 

Rev. Judson Duvall, Moderator of Macon Baptist Association, received 
a letter of thanks from President Ford for such thoughtfulness and read in 
part this statement: "While I did not seek this great responsibility, I will not 
shirk it. Having the support and prayers of fine people like you is a source 
of strength and encouragement to me." Sincerely yours, Gerald R. Ford. 



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The associational year (1974-75) has been an eventful one. Some things of 
note are as follows: (1) Offerings for Off-Set printing equipment was such 
that the last payment was met on time. The total cost was $2,696.73. Indivi- 
duals, churches, and Woman Missionary Union contributions amounted to a 
total of $2,976.93 which left a balance of $280.20. This was used on Macon 
Baptist House payment. 

(2) Out Reach Program which Rev. Cecil Frady, our pastors, and 
others worked at so faithfully teaching and helping churches in setting goals 
for high attendance day in Sunday School paid off. On November 17, 2,755 
people were reported in Sunday School, this was 77 more than last year's 
reported attendance. 

(3) Help Given Honduras. Twenty churches in Macon Baptist Associa- 
tion sponsored Rev. Cecil Frady's trip to Honduras. He went as a member of 
a mission team for the purpose of rebuilding a church there that had been 
destroyed by a flood. The amount given by the 20 churches was $647.94. 
Mount Hope Church sent their pastor and paid his expenses. Rev. Eugene 
Redley, is their pastor. J. C. Jacobs also went and paid his own way. This 
is another time Macon Baptist has shown deep concern for world missions. 

(4) Prayer Retreat Miss Bertha Smith of Cowpens, S. C. came to 
Franklin to hold a prayer retreat April 7-9 in 1975. These services were at 
first planned only for pastors. Since only a few pastors in Macon Associa- 
tion could attend regularly the invitation was extended to adjoining county 
ministers and to deacons their wives and WMU workers. A goodly number 
attended. One deacon who attended one service remarked; "I never heard 
in all my life such a wonderful message. I wish I could have been present 
each time." 

Macon Association was fortunate indeed to have such a dedicated lady 
age 86, with such a knowledge of the Bible and how the Lord has used her 
to carry the good news of the Gospel to so many people in her life-time. 
Miss Bertha is the Author of two books (available at any Baptist Book Store) 
"Go Home and Tell" was her first one "How the Spirit Filled My Life," 
written in 1973. Miss Bertha was a missionary to China for almost 42 years. 
She was appointed to China in 1917 by the Foreign Mission Board. She re- 
tired on her 70th birthday and since then has been busy going from state 
to state holding prayer retreats hoping to bring a reviving of Southern Bap- 
tist Churches. 

(5) Tour of Proposed Baptist Retirement Home On September 7th, 
1974 two church buses and several private cars carried more than 100 
Maconian Baptist to Broyhill Home and on to Asheville to see the Pearson 
Estate (including the century old mansion) where Baptists propose to build a 
Western Carolina Baptist Retirement Home. Rev. Nane Starnes, who is serv- 
ing as interim pastor of Franklin First Baptist Church was our guide and 
speaker for this gathering. He told us how Baptist got hold of this beautiful 21 
acre estate; much of the history of this estate and what the Baptist Retirement 
Board of our Baptist State Convention is proposing to do with this property. 
This was a very enjoyable event to Maconian Baptist and a real challenge to 
open up our hearts and go deep into our pocketbooks to be partners in such 
an interesting and much needed project. 

Various Church News — 

Mount Hope Church called Rev. Eugene Ridley to serve as their pastor 
just after the close of 1973-74 associational year. Rev. Ridley comes to us 
from Haywood Association. Under his leadership Mount Hope sponsors a 
five day week preaching ministry over Franklin's WFSC radio. The church 
has a very active visitation program on Tuesday nights. Also a Baptist men's 
organization has been established. 

Franklin First — This church has been well served for the last fourteen 
months under the leadership of Rev. Nane Starns serving as interim pastor. 
Under his preaching and teaching the church has grown in the spirit of 
unity and Christian fellowship. More than thirty have been added to our 

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church membership. Eight of them by Baptism. Through the summer a youth 
program is being sponsored by the church. Marcus Gray who is a minis- 
terial student at Mars Hill College is directing this program. 

On Sunday morning June 1, 1975 at a called conference with a splendid 
show of unity Franklin First Church extended a call to Rev. Gerald J. 
Bearden to become their pastor. He has accepted the call and will begin his 
pastorate on August 17th. 

Rev. Gerald Bearden is a native of South Carolina. He is 37 years of age 
and pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church, Toccoa, Georgia where he has 
served the last ten years. His ministry there has been most fruitful and 
the records of attainment exceptional. 

Tesenta Church The oldest Baptist Church in Macon County, according 
to minutes, organized in 1800, has reopened its doors and is having services 
once again. The building has been repaired by making a new floor and a new 
porch. It also has been painted inside and out. A new piano has been bought 
and some new hymn books. Plans are being made for more improvements 
on the building. A revival was held at Tesenta early in the spring and eight 
people were baptized. Sunday School has been organized. Officers and teach- 
ers have been elected. A day of homecoming was enjoyed recently and many 
people attended. Rev. Daniel Mason is serving as pastor. A native of Macon 
County. All this is good news to Macon Baptists. 

Liberty Church, is building a new front to their present building. Rev. 
Clarence Martin who has been serving as pastor since 1972 resigned in 
February 1975. Rev. Dennis Hooper is now serving as interim pastor. 
Sugarfork Church, this church has added a nursery and two Sunday School 
rooms to their present building. Rev, James Crayton is pastor. 
Cowee Church, "Rev. Glen Whitley has resigned as pastor and Rev. Charles 
Leatherman is now serving as interim pastor. 

Highlands Church, Rev. H. L. Stewart has resigned as pastor. He is now 
serving a church in South Carolina. Rev. Frank Nagle is serving as interim 
pastor. 

Watauga Church, Rev. Jess Cunningham has resigned as pastor due to his 
health. 

Oak Dale Church, Rev. Wallace Tallent has resigned as pastor of Oak 
Dale. 

lotla Church, Rev. M. I. Brock who has been serving as pastor for a 
number of years at lotla has been presented a lot in the lotla community 
for his retirement home site. 

Longview Church, reports of much growth in reaching out through visita- 
tion and bus ministry. This church has two buses now and attendance is 
still growing in Sunday School and all other services. Rev. Wiley Gibson 
served Longview as pastor a few years ago but resigned to go to Dillan 
Montana to do mission work there. He came back to Macon County last 
fall and Longview church elected him again as their pastor. Under his 
leadership the church has been steadily growing. 

Newmans Chapel Church has called Rev. Waymond S. Lunsford as their 
pastor. Rev. Lunsford is a vative of Georgia. He was ordained to the Gospel 
ministry in 1958. Since then he has pastored several churches in Georgia 
and some in North Carolina. He came to Newmans Chapel from Marble 
Springs Church, Marble, North Carolina. We welcome him to Macon Bap- 
tist Association^ 

Coweeta Church has installed new lights in their church since Rev. Bobby 
CrawforcTbecame their pastor. 

Baptismal Services All the following were held on March 2nd. Longview 
held a double service, four people were from West Franklin and three 
from Longview. Mount Hope The pastor baptized thirteen. This followed a 
series of revival services held there and reported by Rev. Eugene Ridley. 
At Highlands church Rev. Cecil Frady held a baptismal service. Number 
not given. Rev. Judson Hall baptized five at Holly Springs the past year. 

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Many other revivals and baptismal services were held in our associa- 
tion this past year I'm sure, but I have not been informed of them. All 
such good news will be recorded on the church letters which are sent to our 
associational clerk for tabulation. 

There is little room anywhere for Christ's kingdom work to stand still. 
In a church or in an association, Christ's work will be growing in some 
way or it will be going backward. 

The Lord has blessed our efforts this year in a wonderful way. Our 
moderator, other pastors and our Superintendent of Missions, Rev. Frady 
have attended many conferences and leadership meetings. Also many Bible 
study courses have been taught in our churches. All this was designed to 
keep Macon Baptists informed concerning suggestions and new trends pro- 
posed by our Baptist State Convention and our Southern Baptist Convention. 

We believe that an informed Christian is a growing, working Christian. 
An informed church is a working, growing church. There is a place for 
each Christian. Our churches and Macon Association needs every Christians 
prayer ideas, and talents that God's work may grow and be joyous and most 
fruitful. 

May all Baptist in Macon Association look out around us and see the 
great prospects and challenges there are for us. Then put on the whole 
armour of God as stated in Ephesians 6:10-18 and then the Associational 
year 1975-76 will indeed be a glorious one from many angles. 

Respectfully submitted, May McCoy — Historian 

33. The congregation stood in a moment of silence in memorial to Our 
Beloved Dead. Rev. M. I. Brock read the names of Our Beloved Dead. 



29 



IN MEMORIAM 



OUR BELOVED DEAD 



Aquone 

Mrs. Eva Yonce 

Mr. Luther H . Jacobs 

Briartown 

Mrs. Eula Douthit 
Mrs. Sallie Cochran ' 
Mrs. Nola Owenby 
Mrs. Betty Wikle 
Mr. Emmitt Shields 
Mr. Robert Hampton 
Mr. Garland May 

Burningtown 

Rev. C. C. Welch 
Mrs. Alice Yonce 
Miss Stella McCoy 
Mr. W. P. Martin 
Mrs. Belle Holbrooks 

Calvary 

Mr. Lloyd Bradley 
Mrs. Bethel Bingham 

Cartoogechaye 

Mrs. Do vie Beck 
Harley Ledbetter 

Clear Creek 

John Wilson 

Cowee 

Mrs. Nancy Leatherman 
Mr. Marvin Pickens 
Mr. Earl Gibson 

Cowee ta 

Mr. Joe Anderson 
Mr. Cordy Ramey 

Ellijay 

Mrs. Frona Dunn 
Mrs. Bessie Mincey 
Mrs. Clarence Moses 



Franklin First 

Mrs. Minnie Bryant 
Mrs. Floyd Welch 
Mr. J. T. Ensley 
Mr. Earl English 
Mr. Charlie Jones 
Mr. F. H. Higdon 

Higdonville 

Mrs. Lillie Crawford 

Highlands 

Mr. Gordon Buris 

Holly Springs 

Mrs. Bessie Johnson 
Mrs. Jeanette Guest 
Mr. Wade Taylor 

Liberty 

E. O. Rickman (Deacon) 

Mount Hope 

Mrs. Nina Johnson 
Mrs. Nora Green 
Mrs. Cleta Tippett 
Mr, s Lewis 

Newman's Chapel 
Mrs. C. S. Sams 
Mrs. Grace Ayers 

Oak Dale 

Lawrence Roper (Deacon) 
Rufus Deitz 

Oak Grove 

Mr. Carl Dean 
Mr. Victor Queen 



Pleasant Hill 

Mr. Howard Ledford 
Mrs. Orpha Ledford 
Mr. Charlie Ledford 

Prentiss 

Mr. John Williamsor 

Rose Creek 

Mrs. Pansy Burnette 

Shortoff 

Mr. Arthur Miller 

Sugarfork 

Mr. Marvin McDowell 
Mrs. Vergie Crisp 
Mr. Jeter Higdon 

Tellico 

Mr. Everett Hampton 
Mrs. Bell Childers 

Terenta 

Mrs. Viola Vanhook 



Union Hill 

Mrs. Pauline Passmore 

Watauga 

Mr. J. B. Brendle 
Mr. Kelsey McMahan 
Mr. Frank Scott 
Mr. Otis Mashburn 
Mr. Joe Brendle 

Windy Gap 

Mr. Gurney Holler 
Mr. John Tallent 
Mrs. Betty Jo Stewart 



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34. Mr. Johnson led the group in singing "Praise Him! Praise Him!" 

35. Doctrinal Message — Rev. Eugene Ridley, read as his Scripture 
Galatians 4:14-31. 

36. The Associational Officers for 1975-76 were installed by Rev. 
Judson Hall. N 

37. Rev. Earl Dendy moved adoption of all reports that had been given. 
Reports adopted. 

38. The Benediction was by Rev. Gerald Bearden. 

39. The Macon Baptist Association adjourned it's final session of the 
Seventy-Second Annual Meeting of the body at 9:15 P.M. 

Rev. Gene Hawkins, Vice-Moderator 
Mrs. Mary Justice, Clerk 



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HISTORICAL RECORD 
North Carolina, Macon County Baptist Association 
Organized in 1904 

Year Church Moderator Clerk Preached Sermon 

1904 Franklin T.C.Bryson H. D. Dean J.A.Brendel 

1905 Sugarfork J. W . Kesterson H. D. Dean J.W.Watson 

1906 Briartown W.Bradley H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

1907 Cartoogechaye T.C.Bryson H.D.Dean A.S. Solesby 
H.D.Dean J . R. Pendergrass 

1908 Coweeta T.C.Bryson H.D.Dean T.C.King 

1909 Burningtown T.C.Bryson H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

1910 Watauga F.Morgan A. C. Hurst T.J.Vinson 

1911 Liberty T.C.Bryson A. C. Hurst R. P. McCracken 

1912 Pine Grove H.D.Dean Robert Ramsey F.M.Morgan 

1913 Oak Grove H.D.Dean Robert Ramsey B.S.West 

1914 Iotla H.D.Dean J. M. Carpenter W.T. Potts 

1915 Pleasant Hill H.D.Dean J. M. Carpente r R. T.Varin 

1916 Mount Hope H.D.Dean J. M. Carpenter A.S. Solesby 

1917 Cowee H.D.Dean J . M. Carpenter W.L.Bradley 

1918 Prentiss H.D.Dean J. M. Carpenter J.C.Owens 

1919 Sugar Fork J.C.Owens J . M. Carpenter A.S. Solesby 

1920 Holly Springs J.C.Owens J. M. Carpenter J.A.Bryson 

1921 Burningtown J.A.Bryson Robert Ramsey D.C. McCoy 

1922 Franklin R. P. McCracken Robert Ramsey W.L.Bradley 

1923 Nanahala H.D.Dean Robert Ramsey G.A.Cloer 

1924 Watauga H.D.Dean J. M. Carpenter J.L.Kinsland 

1925 Tellico H.D.Dean T.C.Bryson W.R.Rickman 

1926 Iotla H.D.Dean J . M. Carpenter E.N.Gardner 

1927 Holly Springs H.D.Dean J. M. Carpente r W.M.Lee 

1928 Cowee H.D.Dean J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

1929 Ridge Crest W.M.Lee R.M.Ledford W . E. Abernathy 

1930 Sugarfork A.S. Solesby R.M.Ledford J. A . McMillian 

1931 Pleasant Hill A.S. Solesby R.M.Ledford E. R. Eller 

1932 Pine Grove A.S. Solesby R.M.Ledford J.F.Burrell 

1933 Briartown A.S. Solesby R.M.Ledford E. R. Eller 

1934 Franklin A.S. Solesby R.M.Ledford W.L.Bradley 

1935 Oak Grove A.S. Solesby R.M.Ledford W.R.Rickman 

1936 Rainbow Springs J. E. Rickman R.M.Ledford R.F.Mayberry 

1937 Coweeta J. E. Rickman R.M.Ledford C.F.Rogers 

1938 Cartoogechaye J. E. Rickman R.M.Ledford J.G. Benfield 

1939 Clear Creek J. E. Rickman R.M.Ledford M.A.Love 

1940 Ellijay J. E. Rickman R.M.Ledford R.W.Williams 

1941 Newman Chapel J. E. Rickman R.M.Ledford J . A . McMillian 

1942 Burningtown C.C.Welch R.M.Ledford G.A.Cloer 

1943 Watauga C.C.Welch S.J.Smith T.N.Carter 

1944 Goldmine J.H.Stockton S.J.Smith J.C.Scruggs 

1945 Holly Springs J.H.Stockton S.J.Smith J.F.Marchman 

1946 Mount Hope J.H.Stockton Mr s. C . C . Welch J.I.Vinson 

1947 Cowee J.H.Stockton Mr s. C. C. Welch H.E.Marchman 

1948 Highlands J.H.Stockton Verlon Swafford C.E.Parker 

1949 Ridge Crest J.H.Stockton Verlon Swafford Paul Nix 

1950 Sugarfork J.H.Stockton Mr s. Pearl Corbin E.N.Holden 

1951 Franklin J.H.Stockton Mr s . Pearl Corbin M.W. Chapman 
Watauga W.L.Sorrells 

1952 Oak Grove H. H. Stocktor Clyde Drake John Corbitt 
Iotla C.T.Taylor 

1953 Newman' s Chapel W.L.Sorrells Arvil Taylor 

Tellico Vernon Higdon Frank Reed 

1954 Longview M.W. Chapman Vernon Higdon 

Ellijay John Buell 



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HISTORICAL RECORD (continued): 

Year Church Moderator 

1955 Higdonville M. W. Chapman 
Mt. Hope 

1956 Burningtown 

Iotla M. W. Chapman 

1957 Watauga M. C. Wyatt 
Ridge Crest 

1958 Liberty L. Eugene Walter 

Wells Grove 

Prentiss 

1959 Wells Grove J. C. Jacobs 
Holly Springs 

1960 Franklin J. C. Jacobs 
Ridge Crest 

1961 Pine Grove W. A. Cloer 
Iotla 

1962 Sugar Fork W. A. Cloer 
Coweeta W. A. Cloer 

1963 Gold Mine M. I. Brock 
Highlands M. I. Brock 

1964 Windy Gap M. I. Brock 
West Franklin M. I. Brock 

1965 Cartoogechaye Robert L. Clark 
Ridge Crest Robert L. Clark 

1966 Oak Grove Fred Corbin 
Ellijay Fred Corbin 

1967 Watauga J. C. Jacobs 
Wells Grove 

1968 East Franklin J. C. Jacobs 
Pleasant Hill J. C. Jacobs 

1969 Mashburn Branch J. C. Jacobs 
Mt. Hope J. C. Jacobs 

1970 Newman's Chapel W. T. Lane 
Holly Springs W. T. Lane 

1971 Cowee W. T. Lane 
Longview W. T. Lane 

1972 Higdonville Earl Dendy 
Burningtown Earl Dendy 

1973 Sugar Fork Earl Dendy 
First Highlands Earl Dendy 

1974 Pine Grove Jud Duvall 
West Franklin Jud Duvall 

1975 Aquone Jud Duvall 
Holly Springs Jud Duvall 



Clerk 
Vernon Higdon 



Preached Sermon 
L. Eugene Walter 



Vernon Higdon 
Vernon Higdon 



W. A. Cloer 
Clyde Rhinehart 



Mrs. J. Campbell Doyle Miller 



Mrs. J. Campbell 



Mrs. J. Campbell 



Mrs. J. Campbell 



Mrs. F. C. Jones 
Mrs. F. C. Jones 
Mrs. F. C. Jones 
Mrs. F. C. Jones 
James F. Collette 
James F. Collette 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 



Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
H. L. Stewart 
H. L. Stewart 
H. L. Stewart 
H. L. Stewart 
Mrs. R. B. Hess 
Mrs. R. B. Hess 
Mrs. R. B. Hess 
Mrs. R. B. Hess 
Mrs. Linda Cabe 
Mrs. Mary Justice 
Mrs. Mary Justice 
Mrs. Mary Justice 
Mrs. Mary Justice 
Mrs. Mary Justice 



Lee Crawford 
R. R. Standley 
J. H. Propst, Jr. 
L. A. Howard 
Thad R. Dowdle 
Clyde W. Collins 
Paul M. Sorrells 
Judson Hall 
Otto Parham 
Robert L. Clark 
R. C. Bailey 
Carl E. Sizemore 
L. C. Pinnix 
Gene Southard 
Guy Duvall 
Clyde Collins 
Cecil Frady 
Bill Shields 
Earl Dendy 
Rev. J. W. Myers 
Rev. Roy Smith 
Mack Reed 
John R. Willis 
M. I. Brock 
Cecil Frady / 
C. C. Welch 
C. C. Welch 
Jack King 
Jim Crayton 
Glenn Whitley 
Gene Hawkins 
Cecil Frady 
H. L. Stewart 
Andrew Cloer 
Andrew Cloer 



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