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; NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MAY 3, 1918.
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CLARK MEMORIAL M. E. CHURCH.
Dr. E. A. White, president of
Walden University, will preach at
the eleven o'clock service next Sun
day. May 5, 1918. Bishop I. B. Scott
will preach at the evening service.
In the absenoe of a regular pastor,
BiBhop Scott has kindly consented to
look after the interest of the church
until the vacancy has been filled.
You are always welcome at Clark
Memorial. We have a seat for
every stranger and nil 'will And there
a delightful place to worship.
ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH WILL
HAVE SPECIAL SERVICES ALL
St. Paul A. M. E. Church will
have special serivces all day Sun
day, beginning in the Sundav school.
Three visiting ministers will occupy
the pulpit during the day. Rev. Ed
wards in the morning, R?v. Grant in
the afternoon and Dr. Ellington at
night. A $2,000 rally will 'terminate.
The public is cqrdially inUed to
worship with us.
(FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, EAST
' ''"A splendid revival Is now in prog
ress at the First Baptist Church. A
large number of souls have made
jaofession of faith in Christ. Sun
day will be a great day in the revi
val work: "Love and Loyalty o:
Ruth, the Moabltess," will be the
subject of Rev. W. S. Ellington's dis
course Sunday morning. He will
preach again at 3 o'clock and will
administer the Lord's Supper and
extend the hand of Christian' fellow
ship to the converts who were bap
tized Friday night.
EXECUTIVE BOARD HOLDS
The Executive Board of the 'Mis
sionary Baptist State Convention of
lennessee held a most profitable
a i or'.J 2?,eetinS Friday,
April Mb, at the Fifteenth Avenue
Baptist Church, Rev. A. W. Porter,
xu u lor me summer msti- The Board was presided over bv
i,? l , f11, ,n l,he NationaI BaP" I Eishop J. Albert Johnson, D. D.. and
tlst TheoloRical and Trainln.r Semi-! associated with him were Bishops W.
nary as submitted and recommended j w. Beckett and I. N. Ross. The fol
y L . Harding were ap- lowln.g members were present anu
.uCu. ma xouowing suDjects win
oe taught: Bible history, grammar,
.ucimub;, uiusiu, uiinsuan doctrine,
missionary and Sunday school teacher-training.
In speaking of the school Rev.
Hardintr said. "The Bible is the. hnnlr
that will be used as a standard of
adjustment and the principles taught
therein Will be Plarlriflll nnrt nrlharo.l
to by all tho nations of the earth
who are or will be affected by this
. . "-"
f 1 1 ! 1. 1 iri.nrni ii
I II ! IMS JWL"iljyMro
great war, whenever the quostion of
peace gets a conscientious hearing.
All international codes aad covenants
between men and nations have been
disregarded or abrogated during
these times because they have not
been able to stand the test and
storms of changing circumstances.
The world is writing a new historv.
Many of the standard works of sci
ence are fast becoming obsolete.
The time is not very far in the
distant future when those that know
a very little of th Bible will be
looked upon as suspicious chnrasters
in the community.
Governments will declare peace in
the light of its teachings and the peo
ple of God must lead in declaring
the eternal truths therein.''
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.
The St. John Baptist Sunday
School between 11th and 12th ave
nues. The school was opened
strictly on time by the superinten
dent at 9:30 o'clock, Brother J. A.
Turner. The Sunday school is en
largeniug every week. Neiw scholars
are being added to the Sunday
school, The scholars seem to be
more interesting in the Sunday
On last Sunday the Metokas and
Galedas gave a rally. Different
churches turned out with us. A
large sum of money was raised. Vis
itors of many churches were present.
Rev. A. C. Holder of Mt. Zion in
stalled the officers. We had a glori
ous time. Come, one; come, all, and
Brother J. A. Turner, Supt.
Sister Alma Reese, Secretary.
A. M. E. MISSIONARY BOARD
New York City. "If there was ever
a time that we should do real ag
gressive missionary work it is now,"
declared Dr. J. W. Rankin, Secretary
i of the Home and Foreign Mission
I ov nmirim.Ki f ih. iM,.n .vo..
i 0lllst Episcopal Church, in his annual
j report made before the Board of
. Managers Wednesday, April 21, held
, ,h haoilniiotimi C1 Dil.l iln,,
took part in the meeting: Revs. R.
j. Williams, of Philadelphia; K. H.
I Hunter. Portsmouth. Vn ! .T P
Wallace, Richmond, Ind.; N. f Bnren.
St. Joseph, Mo.; W. O. P. Sherman,
Fitzgerald, Ga.; D. II. Johnson, Abbe
ville, S. C; Charles E. Brooks. Cov-
inptn -t . vt v MQ an ani,n
, Ala.; C. W. Abbington. Dallas, Tex.;'
o lr-i .1 - . -. r.
o. a. xiaiiin. oaiiiiiiu. rut..
Tucker, Tulsa, Okla.; C. E.
Detroit, Mich.; Mesdames Mary F.
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Following the opening, and the in
troduction of visitors, Bishop John
son delivered a short address and
was followed by the report of Sec
retary J. W. Rankin, hich was con
sidered one of the greatest reports
ever made to the Board by any sec
retary. Dr. Kankin has made a spec
ial study of the work of missions, for
he has not only bad reports from the
fields, but - bus visited the foreign
work, and devotes much of his time
in looking into the home work. He
is considered authority on mission
ary work for the race, and has gotten
out several books for the study of
The foreign work of the church
embraces South and West Africa,
Hayti, South America, and all tho
West Indian Islands. While the
work in the islands of the sea were
howling their own, the secretary said
that the inability to rebuild St. Paul
Church at Port-au-Prince had been a
little drawback which he hoped
would be met In ihe near future.
The collections for the fiscal year
ending March 31, 1918, amounted to
$5ti,2SS.9G, and for the work the ex
penditures had been $52,8'.'2.6G, leav
ing a balance of $3,56G.:S0.
lUshop W. W. Beckett made a
special appeal for the work in South
Africa, while BiBhop I. N. Ross told
of the special needs of Africa. The
day that he was to open conference
was the day that the German subma
rine shelled the capital, Monrovia,
and on that account there had been
considerable suffering in West
Africa. Special efforts will be made
throughout the church to help the
Resolutions were adopted com
mending the efficient services of Dr.
DR. J. Q. JOHNSON, PASTOR ST.
ANDREW A. M E. CHURCH,
MEMPHIS, RAISES $1381.77
IN SEVEN WEEKS "DRIVE."
Memphis, Tenn., April 29. (SDec-
ial to the Nashville Globe.) Dr.
Johnson has proven to be one of the
most popular and successful pastors
that St. Andrew'B has had in several
years. He was appointed by Bishop i
i-ee last July to take charge of the
church and congregation after the
W-l n J n T-i ! t J n np Da.. t O 7 . . . .
tvoi5uauuu vi uct. 1. o. ice. ur,
Johnson has been one of the success
ful pastors In the connection for the
past 25 years.
I-fe hnn u-nn hla "enura" In A Mrnn
' Methodism and is tit "Hmhpr" tnr
1 tne bishopric. The next General
i Conference would do well to enshrine
' the Rev. J. Q. Johnson with the robe
: of a bishfin. 9 9 ha ia lllllu niinllKo l
and has been truly tried, and is able
to fill any position in the gift of the
church and his people. He is a rip
ened scholar and writer, preacher
! Spring Rally at St. Andrew A. M. E
The sprini? rally at St. Andrew A.
M. E. Church was a seven weeks'
drive and resulted in the raising of
$1,355.77. The list which appears in
the Western World reporter this
week is only a partial list and mny
contain some errors. The pastor and
j officers are thankful to the many
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friends who helped in this effort to
int ft the payments on the bonded
debt. Since last September, under
the administration of Rev. J. Q. John
son, this church has raised more tha i
J2.200 on the bonded indebtedness.
The list follows: Ruth Circle. lo:.;
White Rose, $105; J. (J. Johnson. $25;
Kin? Robinson, $27.00; Robert Brad
shaw, $2fl; G. W. Cox, $26; Geo. Dun
can, $25; F. W. Melson, $25; John
Dumas, $25; Napoleon Hill, $11; S.
H. Young, $10; J. 11. Hunter. $10;
J no. Ingram, $10; Wrighht Patterson,
REV. J. Q. JOlfNSOX,
$10; D. A. Cla'k, $10.11; H. B. But
ter, $10; H. Foster, $9; Willie Spen
cer, $56.70; P. C. Chambers, $10;
Alberta Duncan,, $13.3i;; Alice Watts,
$10.50; Annie Newsome, $17; M. C.
C. Tweed, $10; Mary Wyalt, $10.35;
Ella WillianiB, $11.95; Lucv Stiles,
$13.01; Willie Young, $19.30; Rober
ta Austelle, $13.10; John W. Thomas,
$5; J. F. Trawick, $5; Asbury Wes
ley, $2; Delilah Vaughn, $2; Matthew
Saunders, $5; Fred Clark, $5; Mary
Grant, $!; Canton Sanders, $6; Ma
mie B. Smith, $5; Belle Norman.
$10; Margaret Cox, $15; Mamie Brad-
shaw, $10; N. J. RoMnson, $10.50;
Antonia King, $2.50; Irene Clark,
$5.25; Emma Davis, $rt; Emma Wil
liams, $17.50; Mamie Gwvnne, $7.20;
Etlie Williams, $10; J. it. Spencer,
$5; Wm. Webster. $2; Ida Jones, $2:
Jennie Jones, $1; Lizzie Heard,
$17.15; Georgia Wallace, S10; Estel
la Lewis, $5; Susio Byrd, $11; Aman
da Thomas. $5; Inez Hooker, $5.77;
Mary McKinney, $10; Addio Hill,
$10.ti0; Mary Turner, $5; Sunday
school, $25; Allen League, $17.60; j.
A. Whitfield, $10; Dolly Dimple,
$18.15; College Circle, $10; Alice Fos
ter, $18.25; P. V. Reed. $12.95; Lei'a
A. Field, $15; Berthha Davis, $13.50;
Lillie Brown. $12.40; Junior Stewnr'!
esc, $10; Nellie A. Hunter, $14.51;
Roberta Edmiston, $12.30; H. Y.
Smith, $5; Shelton Mhoon, $3; Lena
Cook, $5; Albert Raaland. $5; Chas.
Cook, $5; J. A. Booth, $.-; Mollie Hin
don, $21; Clara Ilyratn, $SR0; Mat
tin Anthony, $10; A Ma Patterson,
$17.25; Wary Wesley, $10.2r: Delln
Mims, $0.(10; Blanche McNeal, $13;
Leila Hughes, $15; Josie Cavr, $0.1 n;
Lula Moody, $G.50: Katie P. Robtn-
ton, $14; Josie Montgomery! $3; L.
Baker Brown, $7.56; West Brooks,
$1; J. E. Washington, $2; Ella Wim
berly, $2; Mary McDonald. $2.23.
Mr. and Mrs. William Spencer of
910, Locklayer street threw open their
doors We.lne.sday night, April 24 to the
n' n' , r a 01 .fa Ave "
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called to order at 8:30 o'c ock by Sis-
ier auie wmsieaa. president ualeda.iter Aduie whitman at her home. 507
me meeting was opened in tne usual
way with song and prayer, by Sis
ter Winstead, we then had Scripture
reading by Sister Bessie Buchanan
she road from 1st Peter 7th chapter 1st !
to 7th verse, after then. Sister Francis
liaison laugni us our lesson lor AO
iiiimuea wmcn aH ueauuiuuy laugni
having us al to read the motto text to
;;o;lier .after having a beautiful lesson
we enjoyed a beautiful solo rendered
by Sister Laura Mack. She beauti
fully sang, "God will take care of you,"
then we started on our quotation of
dues and business.
Having just completed our great
rally, which was on hand was first
to he mentioned. On last Sunday.
pril 21. the Galedas and Motokas
had their grand rally, which was to
raise money in order to beautify their
church, the contest between the two
classes was the one that raised the
most money would eat Ice cream and
-:ake furnished by the'side that lost
md the side that lost would eat
Rev. A. W. Porter, pastor of the nne(j the rostrum and delivered God's
'"'fteenth Ave Baptist church preach-1 message to us, all enjoyed the ser
e1 a soul stirring sermon, he left our moDi our worth v pastor in charge,
souls rejoicing. We then rallied, the h. Whlttaker, was absent
Metokas raising on their table $9.25(from us Bn uay Sunday, having been
and the Galedas raised on their table
j $10.25 makinga total raised of 19.35
at tho rallv tho Hnlprlaa hnvtne in
treasur $10.75 making $30. The Meto
kas having in treasur $10.30, making
a total $19.40 total in all $39.50 at the
the Galeda being the winner.
We wish to thank th emembers and
friends and also memebrs and pastor
of Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church
for their contribution and we wish to
turn the same back to them. Remem
ber the Galedas and Metokas of Third
Ave Baptist Church are doing great
work. Our nevt meeting will be held
at the church Wednesday night, May 1.
1918 at 8 o'clock, visitors and friends
are requester to be present at each
meeting as we bring out something
new after our quotation of business
was over. We were served with an
ice course which we all enjoyed by
the classes. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer
were then given a hearty thanks and
also a verv interesting prayer by the
pastor and all that they may become
christian as tney are aevoiea io cnurcu
-vnrk nut are out oi me ar ui nunj
V:e then dismissed with Bong and
nrayer by the pastor, Rev. J. L. Hard
in. Sister Hattie Winstead, President of
dale-las. Bro. Joddie Shutt, President
- f Meoas, Sister Bessie Hill Finan
cial Secretary, Rev. J. L. Harding,
TENTH AVE BAPTIST CHURCH.
There was a rally given at the
Tenth Ave., Baptist Church Sunday,
April 28 1918, Rev. Tunstill of the
Sixth Street Baptist church preached
HISTORY EVER COMPILED.
and 25 Cents
of Mai. 1st Terse. We raised a nice
sum of $23.73 in money for building of
our new church.
There wil be baptizing Sunday May
3th at 2. p. m. There was service
:.t the Tenth Ave., Baptist Church
Sunday night, April 28, 1918.
The pastor. Rev. Henry Hudgln
'reached a noble sermon, his text was
the 14th chapter of Uev. and the 13th
verse, "Yea salth the spirit that they
may rest from their labors and their
works do follow them,
club No. one wa8 entertained by Sis
,ffBrunn H,rMt Mnn.lav nieht. after
brief business, the club adjourned at
9:30 to meet with Sister NMna Hunter,
' 1 10th Ave, North, Mondayy night
M a,, iaia'
i, n. 2. 'of the Tenth Ave.. Bap
,(st churchi n(!id its weckly meeting
...v, ei-.o- I 1 UVnnlHn Mnncinv
nlttht Mav 29, 191 S, the Captain, Rev.
curv Hudcln presided over the
meeting and was very much pleased
with the progress of his club. The
meeting adjourned at 10:30 o'clock to
meet with Sister Ella Jetlerson luif
Ducks Ally, Monday night, May b,
Sister Vida Richardson Is very 111
at her home 1217 Jackson street. We
wish her a speedy recovery.
ST JOHN BAPT. CHURCH.
We had a wonderful Sunday school
lesson last Sunday morning, it was
llscussed beautifully by each of the
rlnss teachers. At 11 o'clock. Rev.
Wm. Whiteside our young minister
culler! nwav hurriedly Friday after
noon, to the bedside of his father,
-WW nn. li.l-l.-a llA In BA1tMia,
Hro. M. is.. w muuRer, uu
ly ill with dropsy. Rev. Whlttaker ,
returned Monday afternoon, ne ieu
his father seemingly no better, but
he has our prayers and sympathy,
praving that God's will to be done.
On next Sunday, which is the first
mday In May, we are going down
to the Cumberland River, and let the
candidates take on Christ by baptism
oil that desire to unite with us and
make one in our band, come and go
The Local Union of the Allen Chris
tion Endeavor League of Nashville
take this opportunity to thank all
who assisted In making the lecture of
Dr. Samnson Brooks of Baltimore,
Maryland, for the Sally Hill Sawyer
Momnplnl Fund n RUCCOSS.
'i nougn u
i stormy night, raining and
.n yet a Hpiendid audience
greeted the noted speaker and to date
fifty-five dollars and twenty cents has
The Union is grateful to one and
who helped for this worthy cause
Rev. A. Whitworth, President.
Miss Clara Low, Secretary.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
(Rogotion Sundav 1
Tho Epistle, St. James 1:22.
The Gospel, St., Jno. 16:23.
Sunday services will he conducted
by the Rev. G. W. Hemphill.
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