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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1917.
CHURCH DIRECTORY OF GREATER NASHVILLE
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Mt. OUT Baptist Chare Its. C
H. Clark, D. D., Pastor. Bunrlsa Prajsr
MmUbk; Sunday BchsoL. s- ra.;
arrlsaa, 11:0 a. m. and p. m.;
Osnm union every 1st bunday, 8:88 p.
v; Prayer and Teachera' tawstlna:
Yasaday night; Praacnlns; Thursday
WlKht. Phil Doudass, Church Clerk.
A. Huaday'scxoui J anv
mwyiet, 11:00 a. ta. and 8-08 p. m.;
rarer meetiogr Tuesday l-nt; Teaeh
J Unr Friday alhU Mrs. Uattle
Beamend, Church Clerk.
Tret Rnptlat Caarea,
-ftT. W. S. KUlnrtoa,
dkvr soboal f.3. a. at.; i
J. ml and 8:89 p. m.; t
Wrat Rnptlat Chores, Cast Kasavllla.
Waaeaday night; Choir rehearsal
t; Teachers' Ueetiag
aarara Sfcrwit Baptist Caarek Rav.
fes, Pastor. Suaday Beaoal
' "aaday a
" :" i.alao Thursday night.
Jeaar Meetkf Tuesday lht K. T.
e e e
LUly ,f Tally ath At... Baptist
th r.. Heath. Bar. B. W.
JJ -.. HI : a. as.; Baa
Ljj?1 . ! rahearsal
ejajaMHaeia mm ...
Bt U.it. Burns, D. D.,
!i,r.,?k1 at errlci
r U:J8 - at. aad : a. aj.;
: . at.; B. J. P. U. :s S
t St. kt. U. Burns. r npTi..
fsaefcars meetlnr Wednaaiav ihi:
eetlna; Tuesday night; Chelr
earaal ITUlay night LsrV. guppr
SEEL1?.1 1 P- M". A. W.
UrAall, (Share Clerk.
Ht-tsvsn Bt.. Corner
f? School :! a. m..
Trices 11 a. m. and p. m. Bun
y; prayer masting Tuesday nights';
jreaahlar Thursday nights; eeramun.
J??1 rtTT nrst Sunday. Rst. Q.
-J.1.0 D D- p"r; Mlsa Florence
Buraett, Ssporlntendent Sunday Sohool.
oTS..S,",r,Bil Av,i 9- ni Nolans.
et,n 11 . m. and I p. m. Rot
J. . Tmastall, Jr., Pastor.
ekool : a. m.; services 11 a. m. and
i. p. to. Sunday; communloD services
tTS''.tl"t 8uidy- R. H. A. Alfred,
EH'Zl 5'1 C1"". Superlntea
ea Btiada School.
Mt. Zlon. Jefferson Street, Cor. 11th
Avo., N. Sunday School 9:J a. m
reaching 11 a. m. and S p. m. Sundays.
Bor. J. A. Brown. Pastor; Mr. R Coles
uporlnteudent Sunday School.
FaJrflcld Sunday School 9:80 a. m.;
cervices 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays;
communion services every first Sun
day. .Rev. J. R. Station, Pastor. J. R.
vjtrutners, Superintendent Sunday
Wrtk Sljth Street, East Nashville
ouuuay ocpooi :so a. m.; nervlooa 11
m. and S p. m. Sundays; Communion
J.r7J?ret Sunday. Rev. Joseph Tun
Bck CIty.SUnday School 1:10;
Mrvlooa 11 a, in. and 1p.m. Sundays;
rarer raeetlna; Tnmlir niht..
fjnhlan Thursday nlchta. Rot. a!
W. Wilson, Pastor.
Hawkins St. Sunday Sohool 1:19 a.
Mi-vices n a. m. ana I p. m. Sun
'""y meetlnsa Wedaoaday
nd Friday; communion services ovory
iorVit ShVfflold"- " a"'
ess TUU Plko. Sunday School l:l a. m.;
Toachlns; services 11 a. m. and I. p.
m.; Rev. F. 8. Swift, Pastor. 1013 Joe John
son Avenue ,
Cumberland Valley Baptist Chvrek.
-uday School 9.S0 a. m.; preaohlnc
asrman. " m " ' p" m" ReT-
Tie St. John Baptist Church,
Peart street .between Uth and 12th
venues. Sunday school at 9:30
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Gevenant meeting every first Sum
Prayer meeting every Tueaday
Preaching every Thursday night.
Bro. A. Ilron, Rupprlntendent
, Mrs. J, A. Turner, Clerk
. ""'? Archer Street. Sun
ay ocnooi :S0 a. m.; preaching serv
n w m- aP.d P- m Sundays. Rev
kaBtr't .""P"" Chnrch-ear
ou oervices Sunday 11 a. m.
l&tm6 lP aS?.in ?.P-. Sunday
u. oiuuuorneia. fastor.
.",,,. Brentwood. Sunday
obool 9:10 a. m.; church services 11
u. muu s p. m. jmo pastor.
. tut Ohsurclu Rot. D.
ror. ouaaay School
L n iT'fM 11 m- nd ?: SO
PI m. O. W MrnlrA Dim
nS!?eS!"J.l5 Tueiav n'iht- Preachlnr
HSEfrlPK Co'on every first
T'J1"e B"P" Charchv Rev
5!-IoJ.,l"Sll"t Church. Rollins; Mil)
vt. v j. noiana, rastor,
e m m
Tenth A vni D r .
R Hurria, Pastor. Borrla. Til L hi
u; Sunday School t:U a, ajT
Bohool :M a. m.; services 11 a. m. and
f- aundaya; services Tuesday and
SlJSfX; n '..W- 2- R"olph, Buporln
Uadatrt Sunday School.
.?VT,!,TYT; Ka,t fhviu-8un
y school 1:36 a. m: nreachlna; 1 1
""d P. m. 8andays; communion
every nrstuunday. No pastor
'" m EtoJf Baptist, Raat KashvUIe-Sun-
y ocnooi :so a. m.; proachlng- 11
""r S p. m. Bundaya; communion
arvlcas every first Sunday. Rev Joseph
"iuri f-roi. a. a. uennott, supt
.k ? s'"tT pl Mission Sunday
.wi u.ou . m.; preaonina; 11 a.
m. and 8:30 p. m. Sundays; communion
services every first Sunday. Rev. Jaa.
C Haynes, Pastor; Mr. H. Clay Mc
Henry, Supt Sunday School.
V.'st Kashvtlle. Sunday School :30
m. u.; preacning- ti a. m. and 1 p. m.;
Tuesday night prayer services, Wed
nesday night preaching; communion
orvlces every first Sunday. Rev. I. C.
jjherron, Pastor; Mr. a. H. Williams.
Superintendent Sunday School.
,n',d. Hill Streets-Sunday
3ohool 9:80 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m.
and 8:30 p. m. Sundays; communion
services every first Sunday. Rev. N. T.
etonora. Pastor; Mr. T. O. Bnehaaaa.
Pilgrim Emannel. Sunday School
' t:9tt a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and 8:30
m.',Sundays. Mr. J. R Burt Superln
tender, t Sunday School. Rov. A. Phil
. e e
Rearer Wtlllama University Campna.
Sunday School 9:80 a. m.: B. T. P. U.
1 p. m.; Dr. A. M. Townsend, President;
Rev. J. B, Evans, Dean.
Foster Chapel. 108 Lewis Street. i
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.; preaching
services 11 l m and 3 p. m. Rev. Q.
B. Bolden, Pastor.
Baas Street Sunday School 9:8ft a.
m. preaching services 11 a. ra. and
J p. m. Sundays. Rev. W. Baacuea.
Flfteeath Aveane Baptist Chureh.
409 Uth Ave., N. Rev A. W. Porter.
Pastor. Sunday School 9:30 a. m.;
servlcea 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Thurs
day nlpht; prayer meeting Tuesday
nlirht: Choir rehearsal Friday night
Third Aveaae Hapttst Charrh. 836
Ird Ave.. N. Rev. J. U llardlag, D. 1).,
Pastor. Sunday School 9:10 a. ni ; serv.
less 11 a. in. and 8 p. m.; B. 7. P. U.
3 p. m.; prayer meeting Taesday night;
Choir rshsaraal Thursday night,
Pleasaat Greeal Baptist Chnnth.
Rev. J. C. Fields. B U., Pastor. Bunday
School 9:30 a. m.; services 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m.; prayer meeting Taeeday
night; Teachers meeting and Chelr re
hearsal Friday night 7:1(1. T. tC Lhuhoi
son. Church Clerk.
HeNalry Rill 11th Ave., N. Sunday
School 9:89; preaching 11 a. m. and 8
p. m. Buadays. Services twlee a week.
Eev. Sam Bryant, Pastor
e e e
St. Lake, Street. Sunday
Sohool 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11:80 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Sundays.
Bethel Primitive. Bunday Soheo)
9:39 a. m.i Preaching services 11:89 s,
as. aad 8 p. m. Buaday.
Mt Mariah 319T Alamada Bt. mn-
day So eel 9:39 a. m.; proaehlng serv
loos 11:39 a, as. and 8 p. m. uadays.
Pleasaat Taller, BdcehiU Streets
Sunday School 9:39 a. as.; preovoala
11:39 a. at. aad 8 p. m. Baatay.
Rev. W. Wilson. Pastor
The United Primitive Baptist. 4 lad
Ave., B. K. Cor. Albion St., A. W. Bun
day school 9:30 a. m.; preaohlag 11:30
a, ra. and 8 p. m. Sundays.
West Nashville. Sunday Sohool 9:89
a. m.; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 7:38
p. m.; prayer meeting Thursday night
St. Kll Primitive. The Bible Band
meets every Sunday evening at 1:80
o'elock. taught by tlsUr BykU, Hen
derson. Every one Is Invited to saeet
us The Bunday School opens ovory
Sundav mornlna? at 9:8. laporlato-
dent Rev. B. T. Douglass. Secretary
vlila Haadsrson Preaoklag servtess
11:89 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Banday
morning under the auspices of Kldor
A. M. E. ZION
HILLS CHAPEL CHURCH Cor. Lewis snd
Short. Sunday School 9 a. m. Pre chins U a.m.
9 D. m.. Sundays. Rev. Z. W. HI I, Pastor.
Zloa Chnreh Snnday ieheel. Hewer
ton Avenue, noar Fifth. Sunday serv
tees 11 a. m. and 7:39 p. m.
Holy Family, 648 Third Avenue N.,
Sunday services 19:39 a. in. Rev.
Father Plunkett, Priest.
Holiness 105 Twelfth Arenno, N.
Sunday services 11:39 a. m. and T P-
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
Elder J. O. Daasnt, Pastor.
Sohool (Saturday) at 9:48
preaohtag at 11:18 a. as.; proashlng
services ovory Banday evening at 8
o'clock, proceeded by song service,
(Doctrinal subjects are Harassed at
this hour); missionary meeting every
fouth Sabbath at 11:18 a. as.; prayer
mesiing treanosaay evening at t:i
louowed by choir practice. All are
neward Congregational Chnreh
12th Avenue N. near Churoa. Services
sunaay n a, m. and 8 p. m.; Bnaday
School 8:30 a. m.; communion ovory
1st Sunday 11 a. m.; prayer mooting
Wednesday nlffht Mlsa Frances Ranks
Church Clerk. T. 1L Broomflsld, Pastor.
Union, Flsk University Cs
Preaching services at 11 a. m. follow
ed by Sunday School, Y. M. O. A. and
C. B. meetings at 9 a. m.; mlanion
Sunday Sohool 1 p. m.; prayer mooting
weanesaay at s:40 p. ta. J. n. uankaii,
Pastor; F. A. McKenile, President;
Rev. a. W. Morrow, Dean; J. T. Fair
. St. Mary's Chapel 1013 Twelfth
Avenue, n. Sunday school 9:89 a. m.;
preaching 11 a. m.; T. P. B. C.
st- Andrews Presbyterina CAnreh.
yor. sin avo. and Uay street Rov. H.
Jackson, Minister. Telephone 1C 8813.
Sunday School 9:89 a. m.; servlees 9:80
a. m., 11 a. rat and 9:80 p. m.; prayer
services Thursday 7:80; choir rehearsal
luoauHy ana Saturday evenings,
Church open dally.
The Church of the Llvtag God 884
4th Ave. S. (C. W. T. V.J Rov. W. B.
Bowen, Pustor. Sunday Sohool 9:89 a.
m.; services li a. m. and 7:19 s. m.
Thursday 8 p. m.; Willing Workers
Club Tuesday 8 p. m.; Ladies B. 8. CIS
Thursday 4:30 p. m.; X. P. P. dub
sunaay :i p. m.
Lnae Tabernacle. Soring SL Ban
day School 9:80 a. m.: Dreaoalag 11:19
a. m. and 8 p. m. Dnworth Laaarue
meeting at 9:39 p. m.; nraror maatlna
.rv WailllAarfa ' -1 t-
PkllUna Chaael 1 Wharf An Una.
day School 9:39 a. m.: a Leaarae
iv- in.; uass meeting Taesaay sOatBti
uhi wsanssaay aught.
Canera CkaeeL Chnrak Mt. Pveaeh.
Ing at 11 a. m. aad I e. bl! Rmssar
School 9:39 a. m.; C. B. League T p. sa.;
Tuesday night, elans masting; Wedaes-
ey a, uioie sinaa.
Chnreh et the Balv Tr4al(r Ivlit
Avenue and Sixth Avenno & The Rot.
Hlmer M. IL Wrlrht. Prlut la Chare.
Celebratlm and Holy Eucharist and
Sermon 11 a. m.; Sunday School 1:89
m. Evening Song and Sermon
P. m. A ehuroh with welcsms tm all.
.Clark Memerlal ins FranVlIn Of
Sunday School 9:30 a. mi; Sunday serv
ices 11 a. m. and 7:39 p. ra. Rot. W. R.
Stephens, Pastor. Mr. K. T. Oreen.
Clerk; Prof. T. B. Hardlntan, nperln
tendent ot Banday School.
Braden ChaDel70l. (lenrela fi Bun.
day services 11 a. m. and 7:8a p. m.
Rev. W. E. Mitchell, Pastor.
Gordon Chapel. Herman 8U near
near Prospect Sunday services 11 a.
m. and 7:39 p. to. Rov. J. W. Salter
Hubbard's OhaoeL Trimble S. W.
Cor. E. Hill. Sunday services 11 a. m.
and 7:1)9 p. m. Rev. J. P PrUo, D. D..
raster. Mr. Mayfleld, Superlntondont
oi tiunaay Bcaeoi.
leer's Chapel Orsea street, cor.
Fairfield. Bandar servlees 11 a. as.
aad 7:99 p. at. Rev. D. T. Barak, D.
e e e
Eleventh Avesma St. aV CBnreh.
Bervlcoo 11 a. m. and 8 p. sa.; aaavaVay
School 8:41. B. M. Btrayherne, Paser.
ThemiMMa Chapel. WaMea I Mlw
slty I'amsas. Sunday Seaeel 9:19 a
m.; preaching 11 a. m.-. prayer services
r p. m. Sundsy; University services at
the Mehsrry Auditorium on the second
xunday of eaea montn. 11 a. ra. Rev
White. U IX, Prosldoat.
Lea Aveaae Christian Chnreh. 799
L,ea Avenue. services Bunday 11 s
m. and 8 p. m. Sunday School 9:91
a. m. Teung People's Christian Endaa
vor Heclety Sunday svenlag at 7:9 l
m. Prayer meeting Wednesday night
Elder Preston Taylor, Paster.
Gay Street Christian Cswh Elder
F. J. Smith. Pastor. Services 11 a. m
snd 8 p. m.; tiunday School 11:10
Willing Workers Club every Thursday
night; Psstor's Aid Society every Frl
day night 8. J: Chandler, Clerk.
Willow Street . Hill. 8. W. Corner
First Avenue. Suaday servlcea 7:19 p
Chnreh of Christ Charlotte and
4fith Avenue North. ,
AERICaN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Bethel loth Avenue a Bunday
servlees 11 a. ra. and 8 p. m.; Sunday
Scheel 9:39 a. m,; Christian Kadeavo'i
masting 7 p. ta.; olase. and prayei
meeting Thursday night Rov. 8. J
Trinity A. M. K.. Sunday School 9:30
Ser.ices 11:00 a. m. and 8p.m. Rev. L. owell.
Rbeneser, Stone's River Taraplke.
Hunrtay services 11 a. as. and 3 p. m.
Sunday School 9:80 a. m.; Chrlstlar
Rude vor 7 p. ax; olass meeting Tuns
day nlsrlit; prayer meeting Tharsdai
night Rov. H. a. lUnford, Pastor.
St. Luke, First Street, W. NaskvUIr
Sunday servlaes 11 a. m. and 8 p. ta
Sunday School 9:39 a. m.; CUrlstlar
Kndeavor 7 p. ra. Rov. James K. Child
Salrm. Cor. 4th Avenue. North anc
Buchanan 8t. Sunday servloes 11 s
m. and 8 p. m.: Sunday School 9:30 s
m.; Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.; clasf
mestlng Thursday night; prsver meet
Ing Tuesday night Rov. A, WkltwsrU
Spovel 'Street 1715 Scovol street
Sunday services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p
m.; Sunday Sohool 9:30 a. m.; Chrlstlar
Kndeavor 7 p. m.; class meeting Thurs
day night. Rev. W. A. Anderson, Pas
Paynes Caapet-or. 7th and Win
ter Sts. Sunday servloes 11 a. m. and
3 p. m.; fitinc'ay School 9:30 a. m.:
Christian Kndeavor 7 p. m.; class meet
ing Thursday nlgnt: prayer meeting
Tuesday night Rov. J. S. Johnson.
D. D., Pastor.
St James, Moeretewn. Sunday serv
IceB 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday
School 9:30 a. m.; Christian Kndeavor
7 p. m. Rev. a. U Jackson, Pastor,
St Jeba Chnreh. Corner 3th Ave
N. and Cedar Street Rov. J. K. Smith,
Pastor. Bunday School 9:39 a. an.;
preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. ra.: A. C
H. League 7 p. m.; class meeting Tues
day evening 8 p. m.
psnl Chnreh Cor. 4th Ave., S
and Franklin St. Rov. H. U p. Janes.
Paster. Sunday School 9:19 , m.:
sorvlsos Han and 7:89 p. ra.; A. C
B. League 8:30 p. m.; Trustee Board
1st Mesday night; Steward Board
every Friday night; olass nesting
Thursday night: Stewardess meeting
every Tuesday 3 p. m.; choir rehearsal
St. Phillips, Mt. Nebo. (Texas)
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.:
Sunday School 9:30 a. nr; Christian
Kndeavor 7 p. m.: class meeting Thurs
day night Rev. M. U Spears, Paste.
St. Peter A. M. E. Chnreh 4 miles
on tne wnite Creak Pike. Sunday
ocnooi 9:su a. m.; preaching 11:89 a.
m.; Allen Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.;
preaching 8 p. m. Rev. James U Mar
r-iai itecit. Sunday services 11 a.
m. ana 8 p. m.: Sunday School 9:30 a
m.; class meeting Friday night.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.
(Between 11th and 12th avenues,
Sunday school promptly at 9:30
The school was opened on time
with superintendent Bro. J. A. Tur
ner with prayer, after which the
school sang and then went through
the other opening exercises. Then
the teachers took their classes for
thirty minutes. There was a large
number present. The lesson was re
viewed ten minutes by the superin
tendent, Bro. Turner, after which
Rev. Pojrter of this city gave the
school a very important address on
the lesson of which he pointed out
the phrase "Their zeal has eaten my
house up." Eleven o'clock services
were held by acting pastor Rev.
Radford, and evening service was
conducted hy Rer. Dr. Win. Lee of
Ewlng Avenue Baptist Church, who
took for his text Judges 10:28, which
is as follows: "And Sampson called
unto the Lord and said, O Lord God,
remember me, I pray thee .and
strengthen me, I pray thee, only this
once. O God, that I may be at once
avenged ot the Philistines for my
two eyes." His subject was, "God
proving Himself to be God. Dr. Lee
preached a strong sermon on the life
cf Sampson and the power of God
which he manifested unto his servant
even unto his death.
There was a large number in at
tendance. Visitors always welcome.
GAEDA CLASS OP FIFTEENTH
AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Galeda Class No. 2 met at the resi
dence of Miss Beulah Williams, 518
Fourteenth avenue, North, last Wed
nesday night with about twenty In
attendance. A splendid meeting was
held and each one seemed to be well
pleased with the meeting. The
teacher, Rer. A. W. Porter, was also
present and discussed the lesson
which was very much appreciated.
We also had several visitors who
spoke words of encouragement to
the class and complimented them on
the great work that they afe doing.
After a few remarks from the pres
ident, Miss Laura Brooks, the class
was served a very tempting three
course menu, after which the class
thanked the hostess for her generous
hospitality and departed for thefr
several homes. ,
YOUNG PEOPLE'S CLASS
The Inst meeting of Class No. 3
of Payne Chapel A. M. E. Sunday
School was a very interesting and
enthusiastic. one. The members
held the election of their officers and
n)eo formulated one of the largest
joung people's clashes lu point ot
number and finance in the city. The
lollowlng officers were elected: Mr.
Henry T. Matthews, resident: Mr.
George Phillips, vice president; Mrs.
C Butaon. secretary; Mr. I. Wll
iania, treasurer; Miss K. Hill,
reporter; Mr. William A. Stockell,
chairman of the Lookout Commit
tee. Important plans for the build
ing up of the class numerically and
financially were made. The mem
bers also discussed at length plans
lor their first anniversary reception
Hhich will be given at a very early
date. All were elated over the suc
cessful report of last year, showing
that the class Is doing pood work.
Miss W. B. Flagg Is our most efficient
teacher Visitors are always wel
come. TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Memorial Service was held at the
church Sunday morning for Sister
Susie Yorke, one of our faithful
members who passed away while the
piistor was cut of the city. Her re
quest was that should she go while
'i! wri ;tl)sent that the funeral be do-1
ferred until his return. In speaking I
of Sister Susie Yorke Rev. Burns i
aid. "Hers was a meek and quiet
spirit which Is an ornament, of great
i rice in the sight of God. That
she was unpretentious, lull of ser
vice, love and peace." Bunday night
'i'dv. II. M. Burns preached to a well
'lied house. Taking for his text
Matt. 21:13. Theme, "A house or
Praver or a den of Thives. He
made it very plain to his hear
ers how the church through
Ms members could or would be one
or the other either a house of pray
er or a den of thieves. In conclusion
he said that Christ had designated
'he church as a "House of Prayer."
nnd to carry out his precept each
tneml er should come to church with
nn earnest and sincere desire to wor
ship God in spirit and In truth.
He should continue in prayer, live
Acidly and righteously and soberly.
Live In love, peace and unity with
A DISCUSSION ON BAPTISM.
Not in the h'story of the Baptist
Ministers Conference was so much
iscnssinn indulged in on the subject
of baptism as was precipitated last
Monday morning. Tne cause of the
'rgument was a paper presented bv
cno of the ministers on baptism. It
was said to he one of the most schol
arly presentations that has been
heard before any religious organiza
tion, but since it is known that Bap
tists throughout the country believe
nuch In baptism and since this was
touched upon in a way not generally
'enceded to lie right by most or the
Paptists, it stirred up quite a deal
of discussion. The critic of the
Ministers' Conference was the read
er of the paper and it was learned
'rem the chairman that on next Mon
day morning a froe discussion will
'ie allowed on the paper and while
it is said th's discuRsion will not
rhnnge the Baptist doctrine one whit
much Is expected to come from this,
winch will bo information to the
Taptist ministers. Among the visi
tors at the conference Monday were
Mr. W. Sanders, executive secre
tary, and Mr. J. B. WatBon, of At
lanta, Ga., an interna tioiial secretary
of the Y. M. C. A. A general report
of all Sunday school and church work
was made by the various pastors.
GORDON CHAPEL M. E. CHURCH.
Cordon Chapel M. 10. Church Sun
day School was largely attended Mt
11 a. m. the pastor preached a won
derful sermon to the Ladies' Guild.
Text, John 2, "For many deceivers
are entered into the world, who con
less not that Jesus Christ. Is come
m the flesh. Th's Is a deceiver nnd
an anti-Christ." A large s.umber of
ladies were present and witnessed
this excellent sermon. The ladies of
this organization are at work and
'ive doing great work under their
teloved president, Mrs. C. C. Bound
who makes every one welcome with
a smile. The pastor and wife dined
with the Guild at the home of Mrs.
v. louis, 2010 Herman street. A
most beautiful seven course menu
was served In order.
SYLVAN STREET BAPTIST
The meeting of tlie Pastors Fund
Society of the Sylvan Street Baptist
Church was called to order by the
president, Mrs. C. V. Lane, Jan. 29.
1917, with devotional exercises led
hy Miss T. B. Clendening. The
meeting was quite inspiring, there
being 32 members present, 4 new
members added to the ciub. Collec
tion $2.34. Remarks .by several
members of the club on the club
welfnre. The club was then served
a delicious five course menu by the
hostesses Mrs. Ellen Blood and Mrs.
Abe Boyd. The meeting being at 1
Sylvan street. The club adjourned
to meet with Mrs. Etlle Bradley, Syl
van street, Monday evening, Feb. 5,
LILY OF THE VALLEY FIFTH
AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rov. E. W. Hawthorne, D. D., Pastor.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Teachers
and pupils urged to be on time. The
Sunday school is the educational,
evangelical and training service of
the church, therefore let all
Preaching at 11:30 a. m., hy
pastor, Bubjeot, "Witnesses
Christ" The Lord's Supper will be
administered in the aftoYnoon at 3
o'clock. The pastor will deliver a
special sermon, subject, "The Christ
of the Bible the Christ of God."
Preaching at 8 p. m., by the pa
tor. subject. "Gideon's Army." Theme
"The Religious War." The members
and friends are urged to be present
at the evening service.
A COLOSSAL BAPTIST MEETING
was conducted Sunday at the Lily of
the Valley Fifth Avenue Baptist
Church, Fifth avenue, South, by the
Baptist Ministers' Association of tho
city, Rer. C. H. Clark, D. D., presi
dent; Rev. J. L. Harding, B. D sec
retary. , The meeting was a reccrd-breaklng
affair and the people gathered in
throngs from all parts ot the city to
assist Rer. E. W. Hawthorne, D. D.,
pastor, and the members in. lifting a
debt that has been of long standing
cu the property. The pastor and
members wish to state to the read
ing world that the interest, enthusi
asm and Christian .fervency has
never before ibeen fo permanently
displayed together with the finance
contributed by the pastors and
churches as was done Sunday In the
aiternoon. The following pastors
and the churches were represented:
The Mt Olive Baptist Church, Rer.
C. H. Clark, D. U.. pastor, donated
$10; the Second Baptist Church, Rev.
GB Taylor, B. pastor, contributed
$10; the Tabernacle Baptist Church,
Rev. H. M. Burns, B. D, pastor, con
tributed $10; ThU-d Avenue Bap
tist Church, Rev. J. L. Harding, B.
D. , pastor, contributed 10; Rev. G.
lUildcn and church contributed $10;
.Mt. Nebo Bapt.'st Church, Rev. H.
A. Alfred, B. D., pastor, contributed
sio. Many ot the pastors and
churches who were expected were
not present on account of funerals.
sickness and other conditions over
which thev had no control. We wish
to thank the above named pastors
mid churches for their presence ant
financial help as well as their spirit
ual, and moral strength that the;.
:ave to us in this the most needed
hour of the history of the church.
The meeting as conducted by the
ministers and churches at the above
r atncil church and Sunday school
wms indeed replete in every form.
The services were froth with much
eloquence and great
i:ir i tusil enthusiasm.
In fact every
minister anil man was ut his best
l'.ev. Mr. Kemp, t'10 Superintendent
ct Foreign Mission:) of the National
I sit Irft Convention unincorporated
of America, who is also a resident
"istor of one of the leading church
of South Carolina, was the honor
truest in this great service
v.-orrirc of wisdom and thought were
to the congregation assembled the
oasis in the desert. Pev. Clark
opened the way by giving the history
nt the church. It was expected ac
re, nling to appointment that Rev.
Clark would preach, but en account
of the illness he introduced Rev.
Bolden, who delivered a strong
nnd nceeptable sermon, subject,
"Get Ready for Marchinp."
We wish to again express our
'eartfelt thanks to the ministers,
their churches and the many friends
of the citv who came to our rescue
Pev. K. W. Hawthorne. Tastor.
Miss Louise Harris, Reporter.
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH.
Church of the Holy Trinity, Sixth
avenue, South and Ewing avenue,
l,o Rev. Elmer M. SI. Wright,
IVicst-in-cliarge. Celebration of the
lioly Eiicliiris at 7 :3U a. m., Sunday
school nt 9:30 a. m. Matins and ser
mon at 11 o'clock; evening prayer
and sermon at 6:30. There will be
a special sermon to the men at the
morning service. The choral rendi
tion of the morning service promises
to be very beautiful and inspiring.
We are very fortunute in being the
recipients ot the splendid services
icmlercd by Prof. Cleinmrms, our or
ganist. Mrs. Cameron will sing a
mtv appropriate solo for tins spe
cial service. Some very lieautiful
livnnis will be sung by the choir.
Men, you cannot alfurd to miss this
auspicious occasion. Ladles are
earnostly requested to be present at
this Bervice also. Come and brint:
'onie one with you. It is to be re
membered that both our soloist and
organist were musical students of
Sunday also promises to. &e a
memorable day in the Sunday school,
There will be a very beautiful mis
sionary service given for the mem
bers of the Sunday school. Come to
the church where you can always
feel welcome. .
The Ladies Auxiliary of Holy
Trinity Church met at the residence
nl' Miss Fletcher, 1014 Church street,
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
with a full attendance. The meet
ing was presided over by the presi
dent, Mrs. W. J. Hale, with Miss
Rullin as secretary. Scripture read
ing and prayer by the Priest, Father
Much interest is being manifested
in these meetings, each and every
one showing a willingness to work.
.Many new ideas and suggestions
vcre made by the ladies giving much
lispiration to all present. The many
ways and means of rais.iig money
were also discussed,
Mrs. N. W. Ry
der of State Normal gave a splendid
talk along these lines, bringing out
many helpful thoughts, which were
greatly appreciated by the club.
The next meeting will be with
Miss Bridgewater at her residence,
510 Ica avenue, Sunday afternoon,
Feb. 25, at 3:30 o'clock.
ST. ANDREW PRESBYTERIAN
The Epistle 1 Cor. 9:24-27.
The Gospel St. Matt. 22:1-16.
Morning: "The New Heart."
Evening: "The Way of Transgres
sors Is Hard."
There will be a reception of new
nembers, baptism and the Holy
Communion at 11.
The Quarterly Meeting planned by
I he W. C. T. U., the Phyllis Wheat
ley Club and the Firesldo Schools
will be held at Kayne Avenue Bap
tist Church, Rev. H. M. Lewirence,
pastor, on Feb. 12th, at 9 p. m.
An exercise called "An Evening nt
Home with a Fireside School Fami
ly," will be given. Rer. M. W. Gil
bert, D. D., pastor of First Baptist
Church, 8th avenue, N., and Prof. T.
Hardiman, superintendent of
Clark Memorial Sunday Sckool, wllT
speak on the "Religious Education
of the Young."
Every one is invited to attend
GRACE If. BATON,
Secretary Parents' Meeting Com
mittee. FIRESIDE SCHOOL.
On Friday evening, January 26th,
the Fireside School workers enter
tained the Galeda and Metoka classes
of the Mt. Olive and Fifteenth ave
nue Baptist Sunday Schools at their
headquarters, C12 Gay strfet A most
pleasant and social evening was
siient. Games were played and a pro
gram, rendered by members from the
classes. Selections were given by
the Ladles' Quartet of the Galeda
Class of Fifteenth Avenue, and Mr.
Willis Williams of the Metoka Class
of Fifteenth Avenue eang. Mrs. C
J. White of the ML Olive Galeda
Claas gave readings from Paul Lau
rence Dunbar, and Miss L. R, Cov
ington of Mt Olive Galeda Class
sang very sweetly. After refresh
ments were served the classes gave
their Galeda and Metoka song, then
all joined in singing the doxology
and prayer was offered by Rev.
Henry Allen Boyd. There were
forty-seven present, bot classes-- of
both Sunday schools being veil rep
resented, and all expressed them
selves as having had a happy time.
It is the plan ot the rlreaide
School to entertain the young people
of all the Bapti6t churches ot the city
during the winter, and these social
occasions will be held from time to
time, as opportunity offers.
YOUNQ WOMAN'S MISSIONARY
Li N ION.
(Members of the Young Woman's
Missionary Union are reminded of
the regular meeting that comes on
Monday evening, Feb. 0, at 6 o'clock
at Fireside School headquarters, C12
ay street It Is hoped a good nuir,
ler will be present. Visitors are
heartily welcome and urged to at
tend. GAY STREET CHURCH.
Sunday services at Cay Street
Christian Church. Preaching at 11
a. in. by Elder G. T. Cleaver, sub
ject, 'The Administration of Devil."
u:iduy school at h) a. in. i
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
Last Sunday was enjoyed by those
who attended our services. At 11
a. in. the Uev. Hampton of State
Normal delivered a strong and
spiritual sermon and at 12:45 p. I
in., the Sunday 6cliool w as out in I
ull bl-.ist with a number of visitors
n connection with a number of boys I
from the Reformatory School,
wiucu we nave been able by the
belp of God and our good pastor to
organize a echoed at the Reformatory
with one superintendent and one
teacher and forty mombers, which
make a total number enrolled in our
school of over 500. The Sunday
school will change their service
again from 12:45 p. m. to 9:30 a. m.
sharp. Hoping that all persons will
icvorn themselves accordingly. The
pastor Installed the officers and
teachers for the ensuing year, which
number was 26. The school wishes
i state the return of one teacher,
Miss Bertha Williams, who has
been visiting relatives and friends
of St. Louts for some time.
Our pastor preached a etrong sor
' ii at S p. m. At 6:30 p. m. the
league was entertained with a
strong lecture by Mr. ira T. Bryant,
winch was enjoyed.
Our weekly prayer and class ser
vice have increased which the pas
tor urges as important to all mem
' c;'s. You are invited at all hours.
MT. ZION CHURCH ANNUAL
The Mt. Zlon Baptist Church will
hold ItT animal election of Sunday
school officers on the second Sunday
n i"eiiri'ary. The public Is cordial
ly Invited to be present. The Sun
day school is going on to success un
der the loailers'iii) of the newly
elected superintendent, Mr. Buist
I.ockr'dge, and many new scholars
are being added to the school.
On tho ISth of February the school
will have a general tag day nnd
much success is hoped for on this
QUARTERLY MEETING STONE
On Friday, February 9th, It Is
learned that the Woman's Auxiliary
to the Slonc River Association is to
hold their regular quarterly meeting
in Mt. Olive Baptist Church. The
sessions will begin at nine thirty o'
lock and will continue without in
terruption throughout tho day. It is
understood that dinner w ll be served
at tho church to tho auxiliary by the
members of the various churches.
Mrs. Cenie B. Patterson, the presi
dent of Stone River Association Aux
iliary stated lust Sunday that the
entire program would bo carried on
throughout the day and Mrs. J. L.
Harding, the corresponding secretary
s sending out notices for a large at
FUNERAL OF MRS. BHTTIE
The funeral of Mrs. Kettle Lowe
tlst Jtiurcu on last Sunday, January
2Sth. Rev. Wni. Haynes preached a
great senium, portraying the life
which was beautifully lived by this
Christian wopian who has helped to
shoulder her church duties up till
her death. She was much loved by
those who knew her. Her oldest
son, Mr. George Allen, of Chicago,
has been a loyal son to his mother.
He never was too engaged in his
business to forget to write to his
mother and also to send her finance
each week. May Ood bless him and i
help him to bear his grief and may
be find comfort In knowing that I
God enabled him to do all he could i
lor her. j
Postelle, Ark., Jan. 17, 1917.
Mr. Editor: Will you plaese read
this letter to your congregation and
see if any in your congregation know
of this little boy? His name is Jim
mie Lee. This little boy wants to
ccme home. When be left home he
'pft a father and a mother, two
nif ters and two brothers. He left j
there about five years ago. His pa-1
rents gave him 25 cents to go to the
meat market and some traveling
white people cnuirht him and carried
him away and he is now fourteen
years old nnd wants his people to
crme and get him of send after him
nt once. He was in this little town
a few days ago and he Is not far
from here now, about 11 mlleR from
here, he aaya. The white people say
thev are going to send him home
every year but they don't do it. He
says he has tried to get away but
they catch him and take him back,
"nw if yea do sot find any one in
vour church, pass this on to the
pastor of the next church. Inquire
of any Lee.
MISS CARTER AND .
MR. PRICE AT ROGER.
Saturday evening at S:00 o'clock
there was a program rendered at
Roger Williams University under the
auspices of one of the clubs striving
for the financial aid of the school.
Among the interesting renditions
were the numbers by Miss Mada-
lene Carter and Mr. A. G.
Price: "Camilla" and "The Perfect
Day" by Miss Carter, and "I Love
You Truly" and "The Bedouin Love
Song" by Mr. Price, who came out
from the city to assist us. The Da-
vls Band Band also rendered num
YOUNG MTIN WILL OPEN A
NEW ENTERPRISE FEB. RTH.
Four prominent young men of the
city and members of the North Pole
Literarv Club and Co-onprative Club,
win open a new enterprise at 428
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y y I and reliable bells with nfc&J
mmmmmmmmm clear andfar-r eachlng toaen
at very low prices. Tfcefarl
satisfactory performance and tasV
bility is backed by the makers' guaran
tee and by our reputation of handtlng
only the best on the market
Get our discounts and be convinced
of the real value offered.
"V J ?'.. -'... " . wr-wCiU-
Supsrlsr Cast Steel Church
nd School Bells
Write lor Prices. Send stamp
NATL BAPTIST CHURCH
R. H. BOYD, D. D Secretary,
23 Stcond Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn
CTDAlftUT UKID YOUR
uiiiNtuiii 88Miiii kihky
HAIR DOSSING. HEW DISC0VERY-
UT STICKY OR 6 DM a v.
Just jjjic a Utile Hirolln l'i yojr hair an J
mjIj jil j ojr njesr. cojrsc, sludborn, km.
k. lulr in j iirjiju. snulH, iir, gli
UU OVIR DRESSING
mdllM v.lir h,ilr arem Inni .mil hfMuttfiil
I H stunting ljndrul F. anj llthlnj of the scjlp mi
Ijllnii o.ilr it onte. Ujk'Im nati ons. wl
Send 1 icsUnns lr o'l-ifir a blj cn at HrR
OUSt. Montr bn,k l( i.irjlh) Jin'l sitlly yon
HEJOUMt M;Di;iNE CO.. Atlanta. Gi.
edar street, Monday, Feb. 5th, all
ni. The new enterprise will be
named The Great Northern Place. It
will bo fostered by tho North Pols)
Tho Ladies' Auxiliary and Pastors'
Aid held an enjoyable mee'-ing at the
homo oi' Mr. and Mrs. Shutt on
Thompson street. In the business
session- Mr. Sliutt and Mrs. Ridley
were enrolled as new members." The
Aid decided to give a rally Sunday
afternoon. Feb. IS, at the eiiur.-h. A
the close of the business session tll
refreshments of the evening were
served. The next meeting will be
held with Mrs. Thomas Miller on
Warren street. " i
MEIGS SCHOOL PARENT
The Parent-Teachers' Association
r Meigs School will hold its regu
lar monthly meeting on Friday af
ternoon, Fob. 9, 1917, nt 2:"0 o'clock.
Miss A. A. Cusbney of the Fireside
School will be the principal speaker.
The parents and friends -e r
quested and urged to be present at
I bis Hireling and help make it m
Mrs. Cornelia Lane, President.
Prof. ,1. B. Batte, Principal.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bruce Davis, Mr.
Bruce Davis, Jr., of 1012 Seventeenth
avenue, North, and Mr. and Mrs. Ro
Lort Clcndenen of 17:10 Ileiman
street, left Tuesday night, January
HO, for Detroit, Mich.
COLORED CHAUFFEURS I3TRD3
TION ASSOCIATION INSTALLA
TION. Quite a number of friends and vis
itors were present last Tuesday night
to witness annual Installation of thai
Colored Chauffeurs Iustruction Asho
elation, which was a decided success?
in every detail. Although a young
organization, the said body is th
strongest of its kind to be foun
anywhere in the country among No
Their hall, which is located in tk
Brown Building on Cedar street, ,wa
beautifully appointed for the oocs
810H. M. F. Douglass, Sr., founds
and president emeritus ot the asasv
ciation, conducted tho programme ta
a creditable manner. The following
officers were installed : J. C. Me
Cauley, president; Richard Floy
vice president; Wm. J. Johnson, 8V
uaucial secretary; Alfred Smith, re
cording secretary: Charles Green,
treasurer; E. F. Medling, chaplain;
Burras Miller sergeantvat-armnr
George Williams, 'nstructor; tro
tees: William Masscy, James Fria
son, Bryant Thracker, Robert Eaaoa
and James Lapsley.
With officers so worthy of the d
tles committed to their trust, the s
sociation Is looking forward to an-
other bright and prosperous year.
Each of the officers responded with,
timely remarks. The president van
presented .a beautiful bouquet of
flowers by Mr. Burrus Miller. Ht
was also presented a box of clg&m
At the close of the programme, an
elaborate course of ices was served
by the trustees. 4