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NEWS FROM SECOND CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
Esther, the Sacred Cantata, presented at this church on the
7th, brought foith expressions from all, that it was the highest
ntertaining feature of entertainment yet presented at Second
aivary and the equal of any ever presented in Columbia. In
eliigent Columbi^ was out in large numbers, both white and col
red, and many out-of-Columbia visitors came for the expressed
urpose of witnessing Esther.
Every participant played well his and her part without a
The door receipt was creditable and satisfying. After de
iucting all experises,Mrs. Moore, the promoter of the cantata,
was able to turn lover to the church Sunday morning a neat sum1
a beginning oi our Pipe Organ Fund. Dr. N. A. Jenkins was
lected treasurer) of this special fund and the same was deposited
The Victory pavings Bank Monday morning.
In the regular routine of announcements Sunday morning
s. Moore took occasion to thank each participant for what they
ad done to make a success of t ae cantata and to express her
high appreciation to the public fer their attendance.
Dea. Goode followed this with a motion to extend a standing
vote of thanks t? Mrs. Moore for her untiring eiforts to make this
cantata a success.
Sunday seemed to have been a home-coming day for the
members of Calyary.
The members turned out in Large numbers and many were
the visitors. Dlr. Moore took fer his morning text: Heb. 10-7.
'Then said I, L?, I come to do tey will, O God/' Subject: "The
Obedience of Jesus." From this ?.ext Dr. Moore held his congre
gation, as it weye in the palm of his hand, while he weilded the
sword of truth and made happy many sad hearts.
After a creditable collection Mr. J. A. Roach used about five
minutes to repojrt for the committee which the church sent to
Sumter the Sunday before to secure the pastor's release from the
two churches in bumter and the county to which the pastor had
been called and ?which he had accepted. In a few selected words
Mr. Roach shooed the wisdom o? che church in sending over this
committee, not jonly in taking a high and honorable stand, but be
cause as he wa4 one of the committee this was the only honorable
way such a relejase could have been secured. Second Calvary had
tanen a united stand to retain the pastor alter conditions in
Sumter had grbwn so acute, thereiore it was up to Second Cal
vary to untangle the web, and keep the pastor and church in the
gooa graces ol the good people oi bumter-it was not the duty ol
the pastor and; he could not have performed it. All were satis
fied with the report and rejoiced chat the wise step was taken.
Applications ?rom many ha\ e come to Mrs. Moore to repeat
this cantata inj the city. Many say it should be presented in tne
Columbia Theatre, lt is not yet decided just wiiat will be done,
but the writer would suggest to ministers in near by towns thai
ii iney can guarantee a good audience it wouid pay them to take
MME. WALKER'S AGENT3 CALLED TO MEET IN
A call has been issued by the Madam C. J. Walker Mfg. Co.,
of Incuanapoiijs, Indiana, tor its agents of the States o? North
Carolina, bouijh Carolina, Georgia and * loriaa to meet in Atlanta,
Georgia, Ihuifsday and friday, ILarch 9th, and 10th, for the pur
pose ol learning the latest pilases of Beauty Culture, and di?>
cussing the Tryays and means of now to best serve their increas
ing number di customers, A he conference is held in connection
with the Annjual Convention of Iiadam C. J. Walker Agents ana
will t>e attended by many agente of the section and by some oi
the General Officers of the Company from Indianapolis.
Lecturesi and demonstration 3 on the Art o? Beauty Culture
wiil be given lat the Conference and much business of importance
to Waiker Agents will be transited. Every Walker Agent in
Atlanta and the Second District is expected to attend and the
sessions wi|l be open to their friends and well wishers. Mrs.
Cornelia Johnson, 185 Martin SLeet, Atlanta, Georgia, president
of the Atlarjta Walker Club will be glad to answer any inquiry
regarding thje Conference.
THE BOOKER T. WASHI? GTON MONUMENT TO BE
UNVEILED Ai HIL 5TH, 1922.
j PROMINENT SPEAKERS ON PROGRAM.
William H. Taft, in his address on Founder's Day at Tuskegee
Institute twp years ago, declare J that Founder's Day at Tuske
gee Institute should , be as sign ncant to the Negro as George
Washington^ birthday is to the American public in general. The
nost of Negroes and white friei is who gather at the Institute
each year upon this occasion to pay tribute to the memory of Dr.
Booker T. Washington, attest tx e esteem in which this event is
held, not only by Negroes but lae public at large. There is a
special interest in the observance this year on account of the
Unveiling ck the Booker T. Washington Monument which will be
held in confection with the Founder's Day Exercises April 5th.
j Prominent Speakers on Program.
Each year since the ueaiii >i LT. Loo^r A. Washington a
prominent iAmeriean has delivered the Founder's Day Address.
The array f)f speakers on the pogram this year is composed ol
some of thjb most eloquent orators and leaders of thought in A
merica. Tne Founder's Day Address will be delivered by Dr.
Wallace Bijittrick, Chairman of the General Education Board;
Hon. Josepjhus Daniels, ex-Secretary of the Navy, will represent
the South J Dr. George C. Hall, one of the leading citizens oi I
Chicago, ykil represent the Negro, and Dr. Emmett J. Scott,
.Secretary-preasurer, Howard University, who for eighteen yea ^
was Secretary; to Dr. Washington, will formally ^present th:
-monument! to the Trustees of the Institute.
j J'*- A Retoeni ion of Service.
Ihe ?fiesker T. Washington Monument, which is the work of
thc famousIc^proi, Charles Kpck, of New Yoik, has been pro-;
claimed "? master work of art" by those who h.v e visited th* !
culptor'sIstu3io. It is a representation in bronze, standing!
eight fectj high of Booker T. Washington, "lifting the veil" oil
igrorance anr? superstition from the eves of the Nigro and poirt-l
in<? the way to opportunity, prosperity and success through edu.:
cation, industry <uid thrift. The statute will be erected upon an!
artistic base eight feet high, in the center of the campus and will
jrtand as ?n indication of the recognition of, and the appreciation
i a t?o n Meetsln Spartanburg, M
I. S. LEEVY'S
Probably you have read the Ad of our BIG SPRING MILLI
NERY OPENING. We extend to you and your friends a special
invitation to visit our Spring Opening, if for only a few minutes
during the opening days,
MARCH 2nd, 3rd, AND 4th.
and see our wonderful assortment of New Head Wear and select
yours from our line. There will be on exhibition, shapes to suit
any and every face.
We will have on display, The Latest New York and Paris
Styles, both Pattern and Tailored Hats for Spring and Summer.
Modes for Street, Afternoon and Evening wear. Our hats are
the most attractive and sensible ever shown in Millinery and all
of them are reasonably priced.
At this Opening, the first of the kind in Columbia, you will
be most cordially and courteously welcomed at our store by our
own young men and women, who will take the greatest pleasure
in showing you the many styles and shapes, also making such
other explanations that may be necessary to help you in any
way. Remember the opening days,
MARCH 2nd, 3rd, AND 4th.
Miss Lannie Kennedy, our Milliner of many years experi
ence, will design and ma|jp to your individual order, hats in any
style or model for any ot'iasion.
Don't forget the Spring Opening Days for Millinery De
MARCH 2nd, 3rd, AND 4th.
I. S. LEEVY,
1131 WASHINGTON STREET.
P. S. Since it is true that you are going to have a new hat
this Sprnig, or get ?& old one trimmed or made over, why not
decide to give us a trfc? if our line does not please you, we do
not expect you to bu#fclf you are pleased and buy from us, you
Race. We are Building Business for the Race, thus making
Positions for our Peopl
xor, tlie work wrought by Dr. Washington for his race, on the
part cf Negroes by whose, contribution the monument was made
Dr. Moton Announces Large Attendance Expected.
Dr. R. R. Moton; Principal, announced today that Honorable j
Willis m G. Willcox, New York City, Chairman of the Board o j
?rustas, with other Northern and Easter* Trustees, ?s planning j
io bring a large number of friends from the East to the Institut* ?
at this time, and Mr. Julius Rosenwald, Chicago philanthropist, j
and a Trustee of the Institute, is to bring a large number from J
tljie West. These parties win make the trip in special cars. I
Other special parties are being organized by representative
Negro leaders in various parts of the country.
^lany friends and admirers of Dr. Washington and the Tus
kegee Institute, will take advantage of the opportunity, which a
visit at this time will offer, to see the school and its work as well
as toj pay tribute to the memory of the man who founded it. An
nouncement as to reduced rates will be released at a later date.
tie 44th, Anniversary of the St. Mark Baptist Church and
She 16th, Anniversar^ of Rev.! s! Tylor's Pastorate,
March 5-12, 1922.
Devotionals by Deacon E. Abraham
Sermon by Rev. F. K. Kershaw.
Singing by Jerusalem Choir.
Devotionals led by Deacon E. Josey.
Sermon, by Rev. F. Pearson.
jj$:0(l) Devotionals led by Oeacoh S. L. Scarboro.
g:30 Sermon by Rev. B. J .Peters.
Singing by Liberty Choir.
?8:0b Devotionals led by Bro. London.
3:3p Sermon by Bro. L. A. Wells.
Singing by Couterboro Choir.
j3:0jO Devotionals led by Deacon C. Prince,
j 8:2(0 Sermon by Rev. L. W. Cuttino.
Singing by Barnetteviiie Choir
SUNDAY MORNING* rf wilgon
00 Sunday School conducted ly Supt & W- W
Singing by his Choir.
30 ,Th^Zr,?gr!ss ?Lthe Church by DeaCOn C* Ruben*
1:00 Sermon by Rev. W. M. Hall
Singnig by High Hill Choir.
SUNDAY NIGHT- k
7:fe0 Devotionals led by Deacon H. M. & ^ . '
g :p0 Sermon by Rev. Jas. Hannaham.
Singing by his Choir. , the sisters 25c,
All the brothers are asked to give 5?c aT1
.ibo the friends as a free will offering* " .nr
BRO. R. BRTJi$0N> Secre
MARCH THE 16th, IS "FOUN- j b
DERS DAY" AT BENEDICT ; h
COLLEGE. j b
There will be something hap
pening all day and a part of the
The children and grand chil
dren of former students and
graduates of the college, assis
ted by members of the local
alumni, will render a program
in the evening beginning at 8
All who attended Benedict j D
College during the administra- j bi
tion before Dr. Becker came, | Pi
will wear white roses, those un- ?
der Dr. Becker's administration j
yellow roses; those graduated [TI
while Dr. Osborne was here !
wear pink roses; Those when
Pres. Valentine was here, red
Come and bring a present for jAs
the College and honor the birth- jof
day of that great woman who ?ha
gave so much to us. Let us j
show our appreciation of her by j Nc
being in the chapel even if we !
have nothing to give. jin
Committee: Misses Mod-!No
jeska Monteith, Ruth Watson, jse<
Blanche Singleton, Mrs. Robert jfri
Perrin, Mrs. R. W. Jackson, Mrs. !in
T. L. Duckett. jin
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THE COLLINS CLOTHING CO. \ bei
ANSWERING A REPORT SENT ! chi
OUT BY MR. DENDY OF ALLEN
UNIVERSITY IN REGARD TO
THE COMING SEASON.
We are indeed delighted to know
hat the season is almost here for
>ur athletics to display themselves
md put the two colleges we have in
?ur City to work again in the great
:ontest which is being had each
rear in the League.
We now have on hand a limited
lumber of College Sweaters with
he initials A. U. for Allen Univ.,
?. C. for Benedict College and B. W.
I. S. for Booker Washington High
They are now on display ta the
?ollins Clothing Store awaiting your
rrival. Why not get yours now
nd avoid the rush for Mr. Dendy
aid in the last issue of The Stand
hat the season is rapidly approach
lg. If you don't believe it go pass
he Campus and watch those stars
Don't forget to come down and
urchase your colors and sweaters be
are the rush.
The Collins Clothing Co.
A GREAT CITIZEN IN CO
LUMBIA-I. S. LEEVY.
Columbia has many valuable
intelligent and good citizens,
but there are none greater than
Mr. I. S. Leeyy; every since he
came to our city he has been
tending upward and calling up
on others to follow him un
! selfishly, he is a citizen that
any community should be
proud of, he is a good commu
nity worker. If he makes mis
takes he has no sinster inten
tions because his heart beats
in the right direction. Colum
bia should honor him. We
should appreciate our conse
crated laymen and preachers
should back up such men as R.
W. Westberry of Sumter and L
S. Leevy. They are not selfish
men nor grafters, they stand
ready to do good at all times.
DR. J. 0. ALLEN HEARD
We are pleased to learn thru
The Southern Indicator that
Reverend H. M. Moore, D. D.,
has decided to remain with Se
cond Calvary. Dr. Moore is an
exceptionally strong young
man; a clean, moral, Christian
gentleman. He won my confi
dence and respect when a stu
dent, when struggling to re
main in school, we opened our
churches for him during the
summers, and had' him to
preach for us. He always had
good sense, a great deal more
than the average young preach
er, for he knew that he was not
much of a preacher, but had a
good Christain foundation and
strong faith in his God, and &
strong ambition. With these
attributes I was sure he would
succeed. Dr. Moore has ever
shown his appreciation. Since
finishing school he has kept me
well informed by sending me
each year the annual report of
his work, thus noting his rapid
advance. The report for 1921,
with that of Second Calvary
seemingly surpasses all pre
cious years, and as far as I
have been able to note being the
greatest work done in the his
tory of that church. But
narvelous work of my beloved
ie that he had resigned
ie that he had resigned to go
o go to another field; I inter
sted myself to learn if the
hurch had given him occasion,
sing assured there was none;
ence I felt disappointed and
ecame anxious for both,
burch and pastor. Great men
re always in demand and quite
ften they allow great induce
tents to move them before the
ord is ready. Reverend H. M.
[oor? is a great man and he
ill always be in demand. And
) long as he observes that
irmon he preached to his
sople January the 5th, he will
)t go wrong. I believe that
r. Moore has yielded and o
?yed the voice of Allwise
Yours, J. O. Allen.
IE INDUSTRIAL BUILDING &
LOAN ASSOCIATION BEGINS
To you who are members of this
?sociation, we take this opportunity
thanking you for the interest you
We are now ready to open Series
>. 2 on March the 4th, and we ask
it you manifest the same interest
Series No. 2 that you did in Series
i 1 by subscribing for stock in the
;ond Series and see that your
ends manifest the same interest
Series No 2 that you manifested
Series No 1.
\ny person can become a mem
. of this Association with the pur
ding of one or more share. The
ms have been fixed so that sven
child can buy at least one. Our
ms are as follows: One share is
rth $100 and the payments can
made weekly, or monthly, at the
e of 25c weekly and each member
t purchase as many shares as he
she desires. This stock will ma
e in 6 1-3 years at a par value
$100 per share. We pay 6 per
t on your investments.
;oans will be made on real estate,
building purposes or any indebt
ess thereon to members of either
ies. That is after he will have
n in this Series from 1 to 6
Tow is the time to own your own
ies by joining this Association,
y Not? .
DR. L. O. BAUMGARDNER
Physician & Surgeon
Ml A. M.
?-2 P. M. 2320 Hampton St
e-8P. M. Columbia,&C