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TIIE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH , 1919.
tli e Oliurclies
LOOK WHO'S COMINGI
The Nation's Greatest Sunday School
Specialist, Dr. H. A. Boyd of
Nashville, Tenn.
Dr. H. A. Boyd of Nashville, Tenn.,
will speak on Front Lino Sunday
School Monday, March 10, at 8:30 p.
m. at St Stephen's Baptist Church, 601
Charlotte street, Dr. J. W. Ilurso,
pastor.
Bo suro to hear this intellectual
giant, the multuru in parvo of the Bap
tism of America, tho greatest business
character that the raco has produced;
tho moving spirit and quill pusher of
the National Baptist Publishing
House, situated in Nashville, Tonn.;
tho Baptists' Athens of America, tho
greatest institution owned and con
trolled by our race; also tho Secre
tary and Dynamo of tho National Bap
tist Sunday School Congress, the
greatest gathering o ministers, lay
men and Sunday School Specialists in
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next annual session at Bossemer, Ala.,
Juno 11-16, 1919. Ereryono who de
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Lino Sunday School, hear him Mon
day night. Tho Ministers' Council
and Shlloh's Baptist District Associa
tion Board which is now in session at
tho St. Paul Baptist Church, 19th and
Highland of which Itev. J. W. Hurse,
that prlnco among men, is tho profi
cient moderator, is doing constructive
work. Three new churches have al
ready enrolled. Tho hero, Dr. Boyd,
represents tho constructive National
Convention which stands for Negro
enterprise and tho Freedom of the
Baptist Church for which we stand.
Tho following brethren are tho recep
tion committee for the occasion:
S. W. Toles, B. D.; N. T. Lane, B. S.;
J. H. Larkins, C. C. Callaway, D.D;
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FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH.
Services were well attended all day
Sunday. At 9:30 Sunday School was
opened by tho superintendent, Sister
Susie ohnson. Wo must express the
promptness of Littlo Miss Cleo Bor
ders as recording secretary. Preach
ing by our pastor, Rov. S. C. Doylo,
at 11 o'clock was full of inspiration
and many were made to rejoice. Sun
day night Bow Steward of Lawrence,
Kas., dolivered a seimon. B. Y. P. U.
at 6:30 o'clock Sunday evening is very
Interesting. Sister Ida B. Boyd, presi
dent. .. .Mission Circle Friday night,
Sister Nannie Martin, president....
Those on the sick list are Mrs. Jack
Wither, 101S K. 17th street; Mrs. Al
Ho Slaughter, 2202 Hai-rison, Mrs.
Woods, 1410 East 22nd The wed
ding of Mrs. Hill to Mr. Earnest May
took place Tuesday night at tho resi
dence of Mrs. Hill, 170G East 16th at
10 o'clock. . Itev. S. C. Doyle, pastor
ol Friendship Baptist Church, offici
ated. ST. STEPHEN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday morning preaching by the
pastor: suhjort, "How Much Oweth
Thou to My Lord?" There were three
additions. .. .Funeral services at 1 p.
m. of Sister Nannie Jamison, one of
St. Stephen's members, who has been
sick about one year. Condolence by
Sister Clayhroolts on behalf of the
neighbors. Solo by Miss Emma Peter
son. The funeral was preached by the
pastor. Prayer by Deacon Chester
Sims. .. .Sunday School 2:30. Lesson
reviewed by Mrs. M. M. J. Carr, a
great missionary woman. G:30 B. Y.
P. U., which was well attended. .. .At
the evening services there was Scrip
ture reading by tho pastor, then the
meeting was turned over to Mrs. M.
M. J. Carr with her chart. She Bhowed
how the Church was torn asunder by
hypocrisy, sin and excuses, which ev
eryone enjoyed. The house was crowd-
?$t$s3fe' mm
ed to its capacity. Everyone was ence.... Class 22, Brother J. A. Ste
much enlightened. A contribution of ' phenson, leader, is banner this week.
$15.18 was taken for Mrs. Carr Mrs. Louise Steward, organist;
Mission Circle meets every Thursday
afternoon. .. .Rev Hurse and mem-
bers will bo out to St. Paul Baptist'
Church Friday evening, March 7th....
Deacon Bartell is still on tho mend. ..
Sister Emma Gatewood is quite ill. .
Mrs. Clara Brown Is Improving....
Mrs. Leona Hurse is on her way to re
covoroy. . . .Brother W. M. Hunter and
Sister Kingsberry aro still improving.
..Sister Lucllo Valentine is still on
the sick list.
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH,
19th and Walrond Avenue.
Sunday School at 9:30 was very
good. Morning worship at 11 a, m
Services were conducted by the Young
Ministers' Alliance, under the leader
ship of their president, Rev. H. W.
Webb. These young ministers camped
with us Hhe entire week. The not re
ceipts for tho week wero $70 and there
were four additions.... The Masonic
choir rendered an excellent program
Monday night to a splendid audience.
Friendship Baptist Church Club will
entertain us Thursday night, March
12th, with a play, under tho leadership
of Mesdames Young and Proctor, Sis
ters Gusslo Butler and D. Daniels, rep
resenting tho Texas Special and tho
Sunshine Special, will entertain them.
Admission' 10c.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH.
Tho celebration of Dr. Baccte's 24th
Anniversary as pastor of this church
Inst Sunday was in every way a grand
success.... In the morning service Dr.
P. II. Thonipsan, president of Western
College, preached a grand anniversary
sermon on "Tho Hand of God in Hu
man Affairs" from Psalms 126:3,
which was enjoyed by a largo congre
gation.... Tho ovenlng services con
sisted of a symposium conducted by
Prof. Leo in which five minute talks
were made my Supt. Williams, Presi
dent Drew, Mrs. Tolbert, Mrs. Berry,
Mrs. Allen, -Mrs. Williams, Prof. Cox,
Deacon Green, Deacon Williams, Dea
con Bowler and others concerning the
work of Dr. Qacote during tho past
21 years.... During the services last
Sunday tho Community Chorus of 150
voices rendered excellent and insptr-
ing music Tho Community Sing of
150 voices, under tho direction of Mrs.
L. J. Bacote, gave a recital Friday
evening. . . .At the close of the Rally
last Sunday over $1,000 was raised to
pay the floating debt of the church.
The informal reception which was
given to the pastor, captains and mem
bers last Monday evening was delight
ful The B. Y. P. U. Choral class
held rehearsal at the homo of Miss
Branch Monday evening.
EBENEZER CHURCH.
The pastor, Rev. W. T. Osborne, de
livered a forceful and instructive ser
mon on "The Unpardonable Sin" at 11
o'clock services to a packed house.
There were three additions, two con
verts and five persons at the altar for
prayer. Sister Tivls occupied the pul
pit at night 'and in her usual manner
delivered the gospel to a large audi
Mother Green, Mrs. Thornton, Mrs.
Harris and Sister Lochrldge are still
on the sick list. . . .The Republican
party took down tho Democratic flag
i Tuesday evening and hoisted their
own. The Democratic state campaign
leader, Mrs, Vaughn, said it was duo
to tho fact that the inclement weath-
en hindered ono of her leaders from
getting there with the money she had.
Mesdames Mason and Sowell, Repub
lican leaders, stated, however, that
they wero there for the purpose of
raising tho Republican flag and it had
to bo raised. It was raised. Both the
Republicans and Democrats aro work
ing hard to sell out the entire number
of seats for one-half of the Auditorium
Theater for tho drama "The Traitor".'
on Friday ovenlng, March 11th, and
the way they are succeeding there will
not be a Beat in tho entire house. Ex
change all tickets marked Ebenezer
at the parsonage, 1219 E. 17th street,
now. . . .Rev, W. T. Osborno spent the
weok-end at Excelsior Springs....
Mme. Florence Colo Tolbert, the lyrie
soprano, who won tho diamond medal
for being tho best vocalist, whlto or
colored, in tho Chicago School of Mu
sic, will nppear at Ebenozer April 11,
under tho nusplcos of the Republican
and Democratic Bally Divisions of
Ebenozer. This will bo a rare treat
for Kansas City, Tickets will go on
salo March IS at 25c atnd 35c for the
reserved seats.
ALLEN CHAPEL.
"More Than Conquerors," Romans
8:37, was tho subject of Dr. William
H. Thomas, tho minister's, Sunday
morning sermon. His ovenlng ser
mon was based on tho 25th chapter
and 2nd verso of St. Matthew. Both
sermons were up to tho high standard
always maintained by our pastor. Miss
Cora L. Boulder of tho Topoka Indus
trial Institute was the soloist at the
morning service Class, Tuesday
nights. Last Tuesday night Class No.
.9 was first on tho honor roll, No. 10
second and No. 4 third. . . .The Doug
lass Hospital Debt Paying Clubs will
present Catherine Rose Wiseman and
Master W. C. Hueston, Jr., in a min
iature wedding Wednesday, March 12.
Admission 15 cents. Bring the chll-
From N Y NlcJx 1
dren. They will enjoy this "Tom
Thumb" wedding W. C. Hueston,
chairman on tho homo-comIngi celebra
tion to be tendered the 92nd Division,
Is very desirous that each and every
one join and make it tho greatest in
Kansas City's history. Ho also spoke
in commendatory terms of the N. N. C.
C. L. of A., endorsing their intentions
of petitioning Congress for our just
rights.... It was to bo regretted that
Dr. Joseph M. M. Gray of tho Grand
Avenue Temple was unable to speak
for us last Sunday evening. .. .The so
loist Sunday morning will bo George
R. Garner, Jr., organist of Mt. Olive
Baptist Church, Chicago, celebrated
tenor; Milton C. Tears, pianist. Dr,
Leroy Bundy of East St. Louis will
tell of his arrest In connection with
the raco riot which occurred in that
city some time ago (following the
morning sermon). Come and hear
him.
VINE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH.
All services wero well attended Sun
day. ...Miss Lloyd Nelson and Mrs.
Henry Woods are on the sick list and
are no better at this' writing; however,
wo hopo they will recover. .. .The
Church and Sunday School held their
annual election. Tho church re-elected
all of Its officers and the Sunday
school made ono or two changes. We
hope for all of the officers a success
ful year. Installation will be the 9th
of this month.... Rev. Dudley of Lib
erty, Mo., preached a fine sermon Sun
day night. It was enjoyed by all. We
hope he will come again in the near
future,... Mrs. Clara Adams made
quite a talk in tho morning after ser
vices concerning the great work that
is being done by the Woman's Feder
ation and sold several tickets to raise
money to help them. Wo hope for
them much success.... Mrs. P. L.
Blockwell will leave this week for
Chicago, whore she wjll visit her
daughter, Wertlo, who is on the sick
list. We hopo sue will recover.
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
Last Sunday was a big day In Beth
el tho second quarterly conference
was In session. A large crowd attend
ed tho Sunday School. Pastor Dawson
preached a most vondoriul sermon at
tho morning hour; also at the evening
hour. Ono joined tho church. Tho af
ternoon service was largely attended.
Rev. W. T. Osborno preached the sac
ramental sermon. Tho ministers pres
ent wero Rev. J. P. Griffin, J. F. Sage,
J. A. Chanloy, J. C. Bell, H. R. Boul
den, W. F. Alfln, L. W. McCormlcIc,
J. Wright, J. H. Gooden and W. M.
Stone. Tho spiritual tldo was high.
Bethel Is moving along fino. The' pas
tor and members nro planning an
other drive, which will bo launched
Sunday, and at tho close of this drive
we expect to begin work on tho church.
Tho Presiding Elders' Council will
meet in Bethel March 19th. At this
meeting tho Bishop and nil the Pre
siding Elders of tho 5th Episcopal
District will bo present. Tho Doug
lass Hospital Club will meet at the
homo of Mrs. Gertrudo Johnson next
Tuesday evening. Brother Bridge
water was taken to tho hospital Wed
nesday afternoon.
ST. JAMES A. M. E. 2I0N CHURCH.
Sunday was a busy day at St. James.
Tho paBtor, Dr. W. E. Shaw, preached
to good sized audiences morning and
evening in splto of tho cold weather,
and there was a full attendance of the
Sunday school. .. .The initial meeting
of tho Sunday Forum was well attend
ed at 3 p. m. Hon. N. C. Crows made
a stirring address that met a respon
sive chord In tho audience. Using
"Now" as a subject, in eloquent words
ho urged that the raco strike now,
with all its might for its civil liberty.
Mr. Crews is one of our earnest and
unselfish leadors and what lie says al
ways carries weight. Mr. F. W. Dab-
ney made an excellent address in the
interest of the National Negro Consti
tutional Conservation League o
America. The Southern M,elody Mak
ers rendered several selections. Sure
ly this quartet Is unexcelled. The pas
tors and congregations of St. Paul and
St Matthew wero in attendance. Mrs.
Gertrudo Fleming's recitation, "The
Negro," was well received Next
I Sunday is Quarterly Meeting day. Dr.
i Alstook, presiding elder, will speak at
I morning and evening services and
I Rev. Dr. Davis of Centennial M. E.
Church will preach in the afternoon.
... .Dr. Leroy Bundy of East St. Louis
'will speak at iho after-meeting at 4
p. m....Mlss O. Conwell is putting
new lifo into the Christian Endeavor.
The Stewardess Board met with
Mrs. Florence Wisham. The meeting
i was the best attended so far durJig
the year Sister Sarah Johnson is
out, after a protracted illness. .. .Sis
ters Carrie Scott and Annie Ballard
are among the sick this week Dr.
Shaw spoke at St. Matthews Thursday
evening, giving his account of experi
ence while a missionary In West Cen
tral Africa.
ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. N. T. Lane, B. S., Pastor.
Church services were very good
Sunday Sunday School was In fine
spirit. Teachers wero at their post
on time At 11 A. M. Rev. D. B.
Bohmon preached a good sermon. At
3 P. M. sneaking meeting was a suc
cess. We baptized one B. Y. P. I
U. was in good condition At 8 P.
M. tho pastor preached a splendid
sermon. Tho church was filled. Tho
Holy Ghost filled our hearts.... ,
There aro many sick members but all
are getting better. Tho Shlloh
Baptist Church Executive Board held
a fino session and good sermons wero
preached
MORNING STAR BAPTIST CHURCH
2311 Vine Street.
Services were good all day Sunday.
....Sunday School at 9:30 A. M
At 11 A. M. speaking meeting was
glorious. At 3:30 P. M. wo witnessed
another glorious meeting, accompa
nied with Rev. J. C. Patton and Rev.
Doyle. At 8 P. M. tho pastor preach
ed from the subject, "The Exclama
tion of Christ on tho Cross.". .. .Our
revival Is now on. The Rov. Mose
Williams will preach each night.
Everyone Is welcome Every part
of our church Is alive. Tho cry of
tho people now Is a new church, so
the volco of the people Is the voice
of God when they aro right.
ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH.
Services at St. John wero well at
tended. General class was enjoyed by
all present. The Trustee Department
and Clubs made good reports, which
wero encouraging to the pastor....
Tho Sunday School, under tho leader-
B ttHMHMn
HTGH PATENT!
ship of Mrs. Eliza Flnloy, is doing
nicely.... Stewardess Board No. 2 mot
at the homo of Mrs. Dangerfleld; Mrs.
C. Moore, president. .. .Mrs. Maggie'
Harris and littlo daughter called at the
parsonago, 1611 East 10th street....
Quite a large number of visitors
wero in tho audlcnco Sunday. Wo
welcome you to come again. ,. .Mrs.
M. E. Webb, St. John's evangelist, will
fill the pulpit Sunday night.' Como
and hear her. St. John is on the "up
ward way." Como and help us make
it "go." Mako St. John your home,
if you have none.
JAMISON TEMPLE C. M. E. CHURCH
Rev. N. T. Walker delivered a splen
did sermon Sunday morning, also of
ficiating at the funerals of Brother
Milton Burnett, Jr., and Sister Chlora
.Cunningham. Tho Church extends to
each of these bereaved families their
heartfelt sympathy..., ..Wednesday
ovenlng marked tho beginning of tho
"Bazaar." Tho "Davo and Burrough"
Jubilee Singers rendered a splendid
program and kept tho audience at at
tention throughout the affair. They
wish to thank their many friends for
their loyal support In this their first
appearance.... Sunday School at 9:30.
....Sunday, 3 p. m., March 0th, Rev.
Dr. W. T. Osborne, tho efficient pas
tor of Ebenozer A. M .E. Church, will
preach tho Sacramental sermon....
Monday at 8 p. m., official meeting in
a joint session of all the officers, both
men and women. .. .Quarterly Confer
ence Tuesday at 8 p. m.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH,
2804 Myrtle.
Rev. D. St. Clair, Pastor.
Eleven a. m., preaching by the pas
tor; subject "Things That Aro Against
Us." Sunday School at 2 p. m. We.
had a very interesting lesson. At 8
p. m. sermon by tho pastor from Ro
mans, 5:9; subject, the "Atonement."
There was one addition. .. .Mr. Theo
dore Drury will give a song recital
Saturday evening; proceeds, for tho
benefit of the Mission Circle, of which
Mrs. V. D. Link is president. We
hope to be honored with tho presence
of every friend. .. .Mrs. Sarah Cooper,
who has been on the sick list, is much
better.
GRANT CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH,
Centropolls.
Sunday was a great day for us. We
had a crowded house all day. At 11
o'clock Rev. Mr3. Tivls delivered a
powerful sermon, which was enjoyed
by all. At 3 P. M. Rev. Mrs. Beard
preached a sermon which caused our
cups to run over with Joy. Four ex
tended the invitation extended them.
....At 8 P. M. general class was con
ducted by tho pastor, Rev. Riley
Sunday, March 9th, will be our trus
tee rally for the purpose of purchas
ing church property.' Services all
day. At 11 o'clock Rev. Jones will
preach. At 3 P. M. Rev. McManny
and at 8 P. M. Rev. Mitchell. All con
gregations invited.
ST. JAMES BAPTIST CHURCH.
The pastor, Rev. J. W. Wilson, de
livered an excellent sermon Sunday
morning. Sunday evening the services
were very impressive .. .Sunday
School was held at 1 p, m. B. Y. P. U.
at 6:30 p. m., and it was well attend
ed.... Those on the sick list are Mr.
Harry Smith, Mrs. Thornton and Mrs.
Bell
TAYLOR'S A. M. E. MISSION.
i Independence Avenue, Between Troost
and Harrison Streets.
Jiarcn 2d tho- marriage of Rev. J. E.
Byrd and Miss Cleda Hess of Paola,
Kas., was solemnized. Rev. Bruner of
Qulndaro, Kas., oificlated. At 4 o'clock
Rev. Tillman preached. A paper by
Mrs. Madeline Taylor was read. A
freewill offering followed. At 7:45 a
grand old pralso meeting was hold.
A solo was sung by Mrs. Cleda Byrd.
Sermon by Rev. J. E. Byrd, suject
"Conscience." Tho meetings con
tinued throughout tho week.
GALILEE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday School was good.... At 11
A. M. Rov; II. C. Johnson preached
a soul-stirring sermon. Ho brought
with him a large crowd and tho Vine
Street choir rendered music for the
service. He raised for tho church
$11.10, which wa3 turned over to tho
treasurer. Rev. Johnson is indeed a
great speaker and he can arouse tho
people. We thank him for his spirit
of kindness 'towards us The B. Y.
P. U. was good At 8 P. M. Rev.
Wells preached, subject "Stay on the
Wall." It was good. Wo had a glor
ious timo all day Rev. Johnson
will be asked to como back again as
we are glad to hear him.
FLO
Kefley'sBest
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