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AMONG THE CHURCHES
ALLEN CHAPEL.
Dr. William H. Thomas, the minis
ter, occupied the pulpit at Allen Chap
el Sunday morning. Ho delivered an
Inspiring and enlightening sermon
from 2d Kings, 0:6, subject, "The Iron
Did Swim." There was one addition.
Dr. E. C. Bunch spoke briefly in be
half of Health Day, which was ob
served at Lincoln High school in the
afternoon. .The women of tho church
havo organized for a spring fair to
be known aa a "Peace Congress," and
havo elected tho following officers:
President, Mrs. Agnes Johnson; 1st
vice-president, lira. Gertrude Un
thank; second vice-president, Mrs.
Ltzzlo Green; secretary, Mrs. Mabel
Carpenter; treasurer, Mrs. Laura Gil
more. . . .Allen Chapel Sunday school
held its bolated Christmas social in
tho lecture room Friday evening from
7:30 Ho .... The-Douglass Hosplta
Club entertained at tho hospital, 312
Washington boulevard, Kansas City,
Kas., Friday afternoon from 2 to 5:30.
A program was rendered and light
refreshments served. .. .The Ladies'
Social Aid gave a social Friday even
ing at tho residence of Mrs. Gertrude
.Tones, 91G Euclid .avenue.. The Board
of Deaconesses met at tho parsonage
Thursday evening. A. B. Robinson,
chief; M. B. Thfcrnton, secretary....
There was a good attendance at class
Tuesday night.... The Christian En
deavors wero likewise attended. . .Mr.
L. C. Stewart, who recently returned
from Camp Funston, was the spoaker
at tho evening service. .Next Sunday
evening Mrs. Helen B. Paulson of the
Home Service Circle, will deliver an
address and Mr. B. H. Twicholl will
sing.... We heartily welcome stran
gers and visitors to all our sen-Ices.
The pastor will bo glad to meet you
after either service.
ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH.
Services at St. John were well at
tended. The pastor, Rev. J. C. Bell,
delivered tho morning sermon, which
was filled with power and tho Holy
Ghost. Many visitors were in attend
ance. Mrs. Eliza Finley, an Evangel
ist, and ono of St. John's faithful
members, preached at night. After
the night services several of the mem
bers went with Rev. Bell overt to the
Greenwood Baptist Church whore he
made a few remarks in a memorial
service Quito a number of dinner
parties have been given this week in
honor of Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Bell at
tho homes of Mrs. Mary ,1. Hill, Webb
and Parker. .. .Our Second Quarterly
Meeting will be Sunday. Itev. V. T.
Osborne, D. D., of Ebenezer, will
preach the Sacramental sermon. Come
and hear this wonderful speaker.....
Stewardess Board No. 2 met at the
home of Madame Bell. Quite a few
ladles being present. After discuss
ing the business of tho hour the hos
tess served a- delicious repast. They
adjourned to meet at the home of Mrs.
M. Dangerflold, 1940 N. 4th Street,
Kansas City, Kan Don't forget the
Quarterly Meeting at St. John Sunday,
February 23. All city pastors and
their congregations are invited to at
tend. All friends are welcome. Come
and help make this meeting ono grand
success. Services at 11 a. ra., 3 p. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
GALILEE
MISSIONARY
CHURCH.
BAPTIST
Sunday school was well attended.
E. R. Verse, superintendent. The
subject of the lesson was tho "Ten
Commandment," Exodus, 20th chapter
and the 1st to the 17th verses At
11 a. ni. Rov. S. R. Wilson preached
a soul-stirring sermon. There was a
largo crowd present. His text Is found
in tho 2nd Corinthians, the second
chapter and the fourteenth verse; sub
ject, "Triumph in tho Gospel; God Is
Still Blessing Us:".... Rev. S. R. Wil
son preached for us four nights last
week and his subjects were all in
teresting. He will run the meeting
again this week. We aro still pray
ing that God will send us a leader. . . .
B. Y. P. U. was cood. The nresident
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out Sunday and All her place. .. .Rev.
Wilson has put a string line search
for Saturday night. There will bo a
prize on tho Hue and the lucky one
will find It. Everybody Is invited to
come out. l Tnero win do cmcuen,
chitterlings and other good things to
eat Tho Young Ministers' Alliance
will meet Monday night. Rev. Wil
son will bo the speaker for the even
ing. Ho is a wonderful speaker for a
young man. Como and hear htm Sun
day The amount that has been
raised for us to pay on our indebted
ness Is $37.03 Tho reporter has
been ill, but is beter at this writing.
ST.
JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH,
2804 Myrtle.
Every department of our church Is
prosperous. Our pastor, Rev. D. SL
Clair, preached an excellent sermon
Sunday morning; subject, "The Lord
Our Dwelling Placo". . . .The Sunday
school had a splendid session, Our
newly elected superintendent. Brother
E. R. Young, Is showing much interest
In the work.... Rev. G. Marshall
preached at 8 p. m. from tho verse
"Stand Still and See tho Salvation of'
tho Lord" Tho Southeast Y W. C.
A, gave a splendid program Friday
evening for the boneflt of the new Y.
W. C. A. building, which will bo erect
ed In tho near future. The ladles are
showing great interest in. the work. It
s hoped, that more will become aroused
and give their support to this great
work.
CENTENNIAL M. E. CHURCH.
Tho W. II. M. S. met Thursday at
tho residenco of Mrs. Mablo Warwick,
1708 E. 28th. Tho oresldent. Mrs. H.
Ij. Davis; Treasurer, Mrs. M. War
wick, and Secretary. Mrs, Cherry Mc
Gill, made their reports followed by
the installation of officers for tho en
suing year, after which the Vice-President,
Mrs. Zella Jackson presented
our retiring president, Mrs. C. L. Davis
with a beautiful cut glass card tray
on behalf of tho society, which was
a great surprise. Sho was also grant
ed the opportunity by our president
elect, Mrs. M. A. Ford, to finish the
work for tho evening. Wo were then
served a delightful two-courso. lunch
eon by the hostess, assisted by her
little daughter. Wo adjourned to
meet Thursday, February 27, at tho
residenco of Mrs. C. L. Davis, 1320
Kensington Mr. Samuel McGUl fell
Thursday, February 13, at his home
and received a very painful injury but
Is now convalescent. Brother McGIU
Is ono of the Veteran members and
class leaders of St. John A. M. E.
Church.
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH.
Services were largely attended all
day Sunday. At 11 o'clock Rev. Boles
preached a powerful sermon. At 8
P. M. our pastor, Rev. S. C. Doyle,
brought us a message from the Lord,
his themo being "Change Your Mind."
All Clubs are working fine
The Special Railroad is holding ses
sion this week.... Rev. G. W. Dtraile,
Moderator of tho New Era District,
and his people were with us Monday
night, February 17 Tuesday night
Tabernacle was with us. Rev. Patten
being 111, Rev. Bauado preached in his
stead and a large number of Taber
nacle members were out Wednes
day night Sister Moore, the noted
singer, and her good people rendered
a fine program Thursday night
Rev. Jenkins" and members worship
ped with us and Friday night Rev.
Clay, pastor of King Solomon Baptist
Church, Kansas City, Kan., and mem
bers Sunday evening we Invito
the entire public to be with us as the
young ministers of the two cities will
hold services The Club will serve
dinner February 27. Santa Fe will
give a concert Those on the sick
list this week are Sister Withers, 1918
B. 17th; Sister Jones, 1707 E. 19th;
sister Fraukie Bovd,
1709 Highland;
Sister Pearson, 191C E. 14 th, and Fred
Parker, 1509 E. 17th..
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
Services at Bethel last Sunday was
well attended. Rev. Dawson preached
at the morning and evening hour. The
sermons were well received. One
united with tho church. Professor
Bowser addressed tho Endeavor at 7
o'clock. The Douglass Hospital Club
met at the residence of Mrs. H. T.
Motin, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Jenkins,
President of the Douglass Club of
Allen Chapel, visited us and gave
some very helpful suggestions. We
hope she will meet with us again soon.
Everybody at Bethel is very busy pre
paring for the great rally that will end
Sunday and the pastor is inviting the
public to worship with Bethel. The
special sermon to men Sunday night
was very much appreciated and a
large crowd witnessed It. Dr. Burris
Jenkins, the great champion of world
wide Democracy, who visited the bat
tle front of France, will be at Bethel
Sunday at 3 o'clock. Como and hear
this man of fame. Sunday is rally
day. Everybody Is urged to do his
bit. Come friends and help us In our
struggle.
PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST
CHURCH.
Rev. J. M. Booker, tho pastor, oc
cupied tho pulpit at both services and
was greeted by splendid congrega
tions At tho morning service a
Doctrinal sermon was preached and
tho ordinance of baptism was admin
istered. Many visitors and well wish
ers worshipped with us and are ur
gently requested to come again
The solo rendered at the evening ser-
vice by Mrs. Ashworth, and Brother
Spaulding wero greatly appreciated.
....Sunday School and B. Y. P. U,
were largely attended The Pro
gresslvo Social Club which met with
Fannio Willis of 2433 Flora was royal
ly entertained Tho Ladies' Home
and Foreign Mission Society met with
Sister Chlsm of 1309 Lydia avenue..
Sister Cecilia Smith of 1903 E. 17th
street remains quite ill.
MORNING STAR BAPTIST CHURCH,
2311 Vine Street.
At 9:30 Sunday school was good...
At 11 a. m. preaching by the pastor,
subject, "The Fundamental Principles
of Christianity".... The City Mission
hold their monthly meeting with us
at 3:30 p. m At 6:30 p. m. tho B
Y. P. U. was well attended At 8
p. m. preaching by the pastor, subject,
"The Fruits of Obedience". . . .We had
great services all day Sunday. Morn
Ing Star is showing as never before.
Both Saints and Sinners are welcome
with us.... Our revival will begin on
tho first Sunday in March.
VINE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
All services were well atended,...
Mrs. Junior and Mrs. Yocuimng are
very well at the hospital. . . .Miss Julia
Taylor died on tho Sth and was burled
on the 12th. Sho was tho sister of
G, W. -Taylor. We extend our heart'
felt sympathies, to the bereaved fam
ily....Mrs. it. E. Dougherty was con-
fined to her bed Sunday on account
of Injuries received from-a fall on the
ico. Sho would be pleased to have
her many frlenda call to see her at
1619 Woodland. ., .Tho funeral of Mrs.
George Clark was preached at 12
o'clock by our pastor. She was burled
by tho Court of Calanthes. We ex
tend our sympathies to tho bereaved
family.
MT. TABOR A. M. E. CHURCH.
Sunday, February 16, Mrs. Anna
Roberts, the District Superintendent,
visited this church and Sunday
Schooi. Rev. Williams turned the
Sunday School over to her. Tho Com
mandments were ably discussed by
her and she also worshiped with us.
Our pastor preached a splendid
sermon from tho 90th Psalm, 1st
verse. He Introduced Mrs. Roberts to
tho church and sho gave a lecturo that
pleased tho congregation. She was
Invited to tho parsonage where she
ate dinner Rev. and Mrs. Williams
attended Quarterly Meeting at Wards
Chapel Sunday.
EBENEZER CHURCH.
Sunday wns another glorious day at
Ebenezer. Tho membership Is pleased
with the large attendance of strangers,
who continue to flock to the church.
The Rev. W. T. Osborne continues to
preach a practical gospel with power
which always ha3 its effect Tho
Sunday School has almost doubled in
membership since the Sunday School
campaign. Tho boys class 13 No. 32.
. . .The Christian Endeavor is doing
a splendid work for Christ and hu
manity On Sunday evening the ser
vices wero in charge of the city
branch of the N. A. A. C. P. Lawyer
W. C. Hueston was the speaker of the
evening, who delivered an inspiring
lay sermon on Frederick Douglas, pic
turing the Christ life In the man. A
large number of Kansas City's promi
nent citizens who aro Interested in
taclal uplift were present Tuesday
night the first report on tho Repub
lican and Democratic rally campaign
was made. Tho Democrats wero in
tho lead with a report running two
to one and the Democratic flag was
niteed. The Republicans, however,
gave a warning that they would have
to do some work to krep their flag
hoisted One of the most interest
ing plays, yet given at Ebenezer, will
be the Old Maids' Convention Friday
night at tho church. Tho Improvement
Board has in charge this splendid en
tertainment Mrs. Logan, Mrs.
Bradley, Mrs. Thornton and Mother
Green aro still on the sick list
Sister Maggie Arnold, ono of Ebe
nezer's most devoted members and
Stewardesses, was buried from Ebe
nezer Sunday afternoon. Condolences
of her beautltul life were read by
neighbors, the Stewardess Board and
the Eastern Star of which she was a
charter member The Republican
and Democratic parties are putting
forth every effort, to help pack the
Auditorium Theatre, March 14, for the
big Drama given by the Du Bols Dra
matic Club.
ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. N. T. Lane, B. S., Pastor.
Services were good all day Sunday,
.... Sunday School was good and well
attended The class work is mov
ing along nicely At 11 A. M. Rev.
W. Robinson pre'iched a great sermon
for us We were all at New Hope
Church at 3 P. M. A great service
was had There was a splendid B.
P. U. meeting at 1'. M At 7:30
P. M. the pastor and members bap
tized one candidate. A fine time was
enjoyed by all St. Paul Is coming
to the front once more. When the
pastor took charge three months ago
there were about thirty members and
now we hae 111 members. All of St.
raul's members are asked to como
back home Mr. and Mrs. Cook en
tertalned the pastor, Deacon and Mrs.
Reece on Monday at 7 P. M. A nice
supper was served Mrs. Taylor
had a splendid .dinner Sunday for the
Cln.ln,, fT-a rilllinrH
had a fino dinner Our Church col
lection was $85.50 Tho Sun home
and let it shine in your home all tho
week.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
The Aid Society met with Mrs. J. B.
White, 1712 Howard, and Mrs. A. J.
Lewis, 2310 Michigan. Reports were
good The "War" is yet on and
plans largely made for the Annual Ba
zaar In May. They are working hard
to make some needed Improvements
and modern rooms for the Sunday
School classes Tho Roosevelt Me
morial Services on Sunday night was
well attended and Mr. T. B. Watkins
in a logical manner brought us a great
message. Although a very busy busi
ness man, he has undoubtedly kept
his fingers on the pulse of tho records
of the statesman respecting the Ne
gro. He is fortunate in being blessed
with tho characteristic of being an
easy talker, and always says some
thing. Prof. Cox, principal of Wen
dell Phillips School, and wife were
visitors and the Professor kindly made
some remarks The Young Women's
Missionary Circle met with Mrs. Al
phln, 2624 Woodland. They havo
adopted tho "Now Standard Teachers'
Training Course" for the Blblo School
for their year's study At night
Rev. A. B, Ross brought us a flno
Scriptural Message on prayer.
Tho Y. W. C. A. Club of tho Church
met with Mrs, Alphin and some fin
ished paying their subscription ,
SUnday A. M. tho minister will let the
New Testament talk about the "Bap
tism of the Holy Spirit and Fire." At
8:00 P. M. "The Conversion of of a
Showman.'' All- kfn wplflofrtri.- ''
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH,
19th St. and Waldron Ave.
Sunday School at 9:30 Morning
worship at 11 A. M. Sunday morning
the pastor, Rev. Toles, spoko from
Romans 1:16. He used as his theme
"The Power of tho Gospel." Rov.
Toles delivered a great sermon to tho
satisfaction of all his hearers. He is
on a series of Doctrinal sermons for
each Sunilay morning. Don't fail to
hear him B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. Don't
fail to be present and help our now
president, Miss Bertha Carter
Evening worship at 7:45. The pastor
preached, using as his theme, "White
Robed Cavalry." At the close of tho
sermon two were added to the church.
....Day wood Barton and Jack Butler
have been added to tho Deacon Board.
...Tho Young Ministers' Alliance will
conduct a seven days' financial cam
paign for us beginning Monday night,
March 24 The famous Masonic
choir will appear in a Literary and
Musical Concert on Monday night,
March 3. Those of you holding tick
ets dated December 19th, bring them
and they will admit you Sunday
morning Pastor Toles will speak on
"The Doctrine of Grace." Sunday
night "The Tongue."
CAIN MEMORIAL A. M. E. CHURCH.
Our services were well attended last
Sunday all day. Rev. Stone preached
a great sermon at the morning ser
vice and everybody was well pleased.
Rev. Samploton was present and
made some timely remarks Wo
have decided to pitch battle against
Satan and havo declared war. The
first gun in this battle will be fired
Sunday by the pastor at 11 o'clock,
subject "Who's On the Lord's Side."
At tho evening service Rev. W. H.
Smith will preach Next Sunday
will be the beginning of what we hope
to be a great revival. Rev. Mrs. Beard
will preach for us from Monday night
February 24th on until the closing of
the meeting. Sho is a great preacher
and a sweet singer The Valentine
entertainment was a success last Fri
day night Brother Bohonon, Mrs.
Aaron and Mrs. Mosby aro still on tho
sick list. We hope to see them out
again soon Mrs. Annie Lewis is
able to be out again Mr. Gooden
of Chicago was a visitor at the Even
ing service. He is visiting his mother
and brother of this city Visitors
and strangers are always welcome and
If you have no church home you are
Invited to come and live with us.
ST. JAMES A. M. E. ZION CHURCH.
Good congregations were in attend
ance at both morning and evening ser
vices.. .There was an inspiring Chris
tian Endeavor meeting at 6:30. The
Rev. S. J. Duncan was among those
who addressed the society Dr.
Shaw, the pastor, preached at St. Mat
thews In the morning A Sunday
Forum Is about lo be inaugurated at
St. James and the first gathering on
March 2nd at 3 P. M. will be addressed
by Hon. N. C. Crews. A quartette of
Jubilee Singers will be an additional
feature for tho program. The pub
lic is invited. Dr. Shaw promises that
the Sunday Forum is to be Indeed, an
innovation. Besides tho Hon. N. C.
Crews, during the coming months
such persons as Bishops Kyles and
Denby, Dr. J. Q. Johnson, Prof. J. W.
Eichelberger, Drs. J. W. Martin, J. W.
Wood and W. J. Walker will be heard.
JAMISON TEMPLE C. M. E. CHURCH
Rev. N. T. Walker delivered a splen
did sermon Sunday morning after
which we had two connections with
the Church. The mid-week meeting
of prayer and class service was well
attended. Sunday, Febiuary 23, at 3
P. M. Rev. Lane of St. Paul Baptist
Church will preach a special sermon
for tho Junior and Stewardess' Board.
All are welcome. Tho Epworth
League Is still having lively discus
sion every Sunday evening at 6:30
P. M. The Boards aro working and
having good results. Sunday School
at 9:30 Sunday morning. Everyone
was delighted to see Sister Mollie
Counts who has been confined to her
home sinco Christmas with a badly
sprained nnklo at class Wednesday
evening.
HAVE YOU SEEN IT?
WHAT?
The Beautiful, Up-to-the-minute
Spotless Kitchen Annex Cafe
1303 Baltimore Avenue
The Best Service The Best Foods
The Best Place in Town
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Martin Young, Prop.
IKELLIyS
HIGH PATENT!
ST. STEPHEN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday morning a powerful sermon
was preached by the pastor. Dr. Hurso,
and thero was a special prayer meet
ing for sinners. Thero were two ad
ditions Sunday School at 2:30 was
very good. The superintendent lnvitea
all llttlo children and older people who
aro not attending any Suuday School
to meet us In our Sunday School
At Praise Meeting at 4:30 we had
showers of tho Holy Ghost again, Rov.
Glover, Rev. Brooks and their congre
gations took an active part with us
and left a contribution of $9.60. Thero
was one addition Tho president of
the B. Y. P. U. is cordially Inviting
each and every person to take an act
ive part with her In tho B. Y. P. U.
program Sunday evening, February 23,
at 6:30 by the Juvenile Choir ,
Mrs. Lillian Williams, president of tho
Mission Circle, cordially invites all to
take part every Thursday afternoon.
There will bo a program and refresh
ments will bo served. They met
Thursday, February 20, at Sister Cat
lie Briscoe's, 1206 E. 9th Mrs.
Luella KlngBberry is not able to bo
out as yet Rev. Hurse and choir
will be at Bethel A. M. E. Church Fri
day night, February 21.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH.
All services wero well attended last
Sunday. Dr. Bacote preached a grand
sermon on "Abundantly Pardon,"
from Isaiah 55:7 In the evening
services Rev. Redd preached a beau
tiful sermon on "Walking With God."
The Sunday School and B. Y. P. U.
are progressing nicely The Mis
sion Circle held a fine meeting at tho
homo of Mrs. Ellen Tolbert, 222S
Michigan avenue, last Friday after
noon Tho B. Y. P. U. Choral Club
met and rehearsed at tho homo o
Mrs. Becks, 2227 Michigan Tho
Community Chorus, under the instruc
tion of Mrs. L. J. Bacote, is rehears
ing Wednesday and Friday ovenings
for tho celebration of Dr. Bacote's 24th
Anniversary as pastor of this church.
....After the Anniversary colebratlon
the church will begin a revival
The public Is Invited to attend all our
cervices.
ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH
Troost Ave. and 11th St.
Rev. Harry Rahmlng, Rector.
Sunday, February 23, 1919: Holy
Communion at 7:30 A. M. Church
School at 10:00 A. M. Mattlns, litany
and address at 11:00 A. M. Strangers
and visitors welcome.
ST. JAMES BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday morning the pastor, Rev. J.
W. Wilson, preached an excellent ser
mon, his subject being "The Worth of
the Soul." Sunday evening he again
preached to an interested audience on
"The Crucifixion of Christ Sunday
School at 1 P. M. was well attended
also the B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 P. M
We hare on our sick list Mrs. Thorn
ton and Mr. Harry Smith The Mis
sion Circle is giving a Martha Wash
ington tea party Friday evening. All
aro welcome.
ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH,
15th and Cleveland.
The revival, which closed Friday
night, was a success. There wero
twenty-two additions. Madame, Beard
was at her best and preached a soul-
stirring sermon. . . .Sunday was a high
day. The pastor preached an interest
ing sermon Sunday morning and the
service was good.... The concert Mon
day night, conducted by Miss Peter
son, was a success. We had a crowd
ed house. . . .This new church is grow
ing fast. Rev. J. H. Goodin is a great
pastor and a great preacher.
NEGRO POET HONORED.
Prof. Chas. Bertram Johnson, poet
and author of "Songs of My People,"
a book of poems, was the subject of
a critical review by Miss Corrothers,
a senior in tho Kirksville High School
(White). Facts of his life and a study
of his book were presented to tho
class in Senior English by Miss Cor
rothers, a daughto of Mr. Manvllle
Corrother3, a clerk in the Post Office.
The article was very favorably re
ceived by the class.
FLO
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