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JTIE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, l'Jlrf.
jaa. o ii s: t li e Oliurclies
Tlio pastor delivered a powerful and
instructive sermon on Sunday morn
lug. Thoro wero thrco additions to
the churcli. The Hov. Williams oc
cupied the pulpit at night. Tlio col
lection was $13S.00 Tho Sunday
School and Christian Endeavor con
tinue to Increase In numbers and sub
stantial training. .Mrs. Olivia Moore,
vice-president of the District A. C.
E. Leaguo, succeeds Hov. A. Johnson,
the former president, who has been
sent to Montana to the pastorate.
Mrs. Moore is the enthusiastic presi
dent of Ebeuezer A. C. E. League and
has made It an interesting Itlblo
School.... Class 19, Brother Richard
son, leader, is banner this week
The Senior Stewardess Hoard met
with Mrs. Clara Smith Tho Junior
Stewardess Hoard met with Mrs. Ju
lia Ilountree The Improvement
Hoard and Who-So-Ever Club met with
their presidents. .The Willing Work
ers met with Mrs. Lulu Ilountree
Tho Art Circle met with Mrs. Anna
Reymer this week.... Mrs. Ada Da
vis royally entertained the United We
Stand Club with ,an elaborate five
course luncheon on Friday afternoon
after the business hour. Tho presl;
dent, Mrs. Thurman, was elated over
tho large collection turned In on the
$5 roll. .. .Tuesday night Is the third
Republican and Democratic report.
llrother Tyler Jackson, H. 1). officer
C. C. Rather, A. Gilliam and J. Thur
man are among tho spokesmen who
are saying what tlag must go up Tues
day. The Republican flag is now fly
ing. Some great work was done by
both parties for the play at the Audi
torium Theater which will bo report
ed Tuesday evening. .. .The U. W. S.
Club will serve a big home cooked
dinner all day Thursday, March 20th. .
Tho supper given at tho residence of
Mrs. McKay was a nice affair. .Don't
forget the date, April 11th; place. Eb
enezer Church; Mine. Florence Cole
Tolbert, the best soloist of the race,
will appear In recital. .. .Mrs. Fannie
l'ryor, II. S. Stlnson and Mother
Green are still among the sick of the j
church. .. .Mrs. Louise Steward and
Mrs. Anna Williams aro able to be
out again ... .A surprise party was
tendered Mrs. Bessie Mason, the pres
ident of tho Art Club, the occasion
being her birthday On Sunday
morning the Rov. W. T. Osborne will
preach on "Justification, What?" in
the evening; "The Parable of tho
Pounds." Ho urges all members and
friends to hear these two great ser
mons. ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH.
Services at St. John A. M. E. Church
wero well attended. The pastor, Rev.
J. C. Bell, preached a practical and
logical sermon, which was enjoyed by
all Sunday School Is moving along
nicely. Reports from all departments
of the church were good Steward
ess Board met at the home of Mrs.
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a de'lclous luncheon. They adjourned
to meet at the homo of Mrs. C. Moore
on Armour lloulevard, Thursday af
ternoon Mrs. Williams, an evange
list from Texas, was a visitor Sunday.
Mr. George Walker, ono of St John's
old and faithful Inembers was host to
a dinner party Sunday. Those pres
ent were: Madams Moore, Danger
field, FInnley, Fayne, Manley, Rich
ardson, Hayes; Rev. and Mrs. J. C.
Hell and little Nelllo Moore. Mrs.
Bell was presented a magnificent bou
quet of American Beauties. All re
port a pleasant time Mrs. Katie
Cummings, who has been quite 111, Is
improving. She has been greatly
missed .from her post of duty. We
hopo for her a speedy recovery
Mrs. Brookins Is still quite sick
Rev. Mrs. M. E. Webb preached at
St. John last Sunday night. The pub
lis is invited to attend our services.
Come. You are welcome.
ST. STEPHEN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday morning preaching by the
pastor. There were seven additions
to the church. The collection was
$42.41. . . Sunday school at 2 p. m.
was very good. Our Sunday school is
growing rapidly, of which wo are very
proud. Sunday school reviewed by
Rev. Jesse Harris. We had a num
ber of visitors B. Y. P. U. had an
excellent program with the St.
Stephen orchestra, taking an active
part Sunday evening preaching by
the pastor. He then turned the meet
ing over to Hon. Nelson C. Crews, At
torney Calloway and others. Nelson
C. Crews, a mighty hero, and with a
voice that everyone enjoys, made a
few eloquent remorks on behalf of
Dr. Leroy Bundy. The Hon. W. ('.
Hueston, with his oratory, made a
timely speech and introduced Dr.
Bundy, who shall have our prayers.
A contribution of $227 was taken for
him... .Monday evening, March 30,
1910, Dr. H. A. Boyd, the Nation's
greatest Sunday school specialist, ol
Nashville. Tenn., arrived. Mrs. M. M.
J. Carr, tho jreat Missionary from Ok
lahoma, who is now a member of St.
Stephen, made the welcome address,
which was timely. Dr. D. M. Miller
made the welcomo address, as we
know, he Is a natural born orator
Rev. Lane from St. Paul Baptist
Church made an Interesting speech,
after which he Introduced Dr. H. A.
Boyd. Dr. Boyd's lecture was on
'Trorit Line Sunday School," which
was very' Interesting, and all who
heard him were inspired. The recep
tion committee consisted of Rev. S.
W. Toles, N. T. Lane, J. II. Larkins,
C. C. Calloway, William Fennell. D.
Norfleet, J. G. Glover, J. II. Brooks,
J. R. Williams, J. N. Halley, L. L.
Robinson, A. A. Banks and J. W.
Hurse, I). T. Dr. H. A. Boyd left
Monday for Chicago
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Allen Chapel was filled to capacity
Sunday morning with a representative
audience. Dr. William II. Thomas,
tho minister, delivered an inspiring
sermon on "The Bequest of Peace,"
John 14:27. Immediately following.
Dr. Leroy Bunday of East St. Louis
was introduced by Hon. N. C. Crews.
Amid the hush that followed, tho Doc
tor arose, and with genuine earnest
ness gave a synopsis of that terrible
riot, tlio conditions leading up to it
and his subsequent nine and a half
months of imprisonment It touched
tho hearts of the listeners. Knowing
that he needed funds to fight the four
Indictments to come up against him
for murder in the first degree, they
responded liberally and spontaneous
ly The funeral of Mr. George W.
Little was held Sunday at this church,
Dr. Thomas officiating The Senior
Endeavor program Sunday evening
consisted of a trio by Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Fox and Mrs. Beatrice Moore.
Address, Prof. T. B. Stewart; tenor
sola, Mr. Martin: clarinet solo, Prof.
Massey The miniature wedding be
tween Katheiine Rose Williams and
W. C. Hueston, Jr., Wednesday night
proved to be an enjoyable affair. The
bride and her attendants wore gowns,
tho gentlemen were attired In con
ventional black General class was
held Friday night... .The 2d Quar
terly Meeting will be held Sunday,
March 16th. Dr. F. Jesse Peck, presi
dent of Western University, will
preach tho Communion sermon at 3
p. m Dr. Thomas occupied the pul
pit Sunday night. "The Best Gifts"
was tho subject of this masterly ser
mon. Acts 3:6 "Silver and gold have
I none; but such as I have, give I
thee." Strangers and visitors, we
welcomo you to all our services.
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
Last Sunday was a busy day in
Bethel. Sunday School at the usual
hour and preaching at 11 o'clock and
evening by tho pastor. Those who
heard these sermons say that they
wero food for thought and filled with
Inspiration. A large congregation
greeted the pastor at both services
At 1 o'clock the funeral of Brother 1
Giles Brldgowaler was preached by
Pastor Dawson. A large crowd at
tended Bishop II. B. Parks and all
the Presiding Elders of tho 5th Epis
copal District will meet in council a'
Bethel, beginning Wednesday, March
19th. and continue through Thursday, ,
March 20th. . .The pastor and mem
bers of Bethel have launched a finan
cial campaign which will terminate
Wednesday ovening, JJune 11th. The
North vs. tho South; General Grant,
commander of the Northern Army,
and General Lee, commander of the
Southern. Watch the Southern Army
and so e how they are going to put
the Northern out of business. The
Douglass Hospital Club will meet at
tho residence of Mrs. Williams. Tues
During the last two weeks the work
In all tho auxiliaries to tho church
have moved forward. The attendance
at all weekly meetings as well as the
Lord's Day services havo been good.
The Young Women's Missionary'
Circle had a helpful meeting with
Mrs. Lula Stephens, 1808 Howard
street, having finished the book,
"Lure of Africa." Mrs. Mary White
side Brown gave an excellent review
of the contents. The offering showed
I the Circle was growing In the Mis
S ' slonary spirit. Their future study
5 will be the "New Standard Bible
School Teachers' Course." Tho mem
a bershlp is not limited to the Circle
S of the Church; anyone is eligible to
o membership In the class The Aid
J ! Society had a good meeting with Mrs.
Robert Mott. 1716 Euclid. The Uni
ted States and Great Britain had
their first battle. The U. S. crossed
the "pond" and attempted to take the
city of London. They fought hard
a i and well, but were outgeneraled by
I Great Britain and London Is yet in
the hands of the British. The next
j battle, March 2Sth, is going to be
nn...A,l,tnn ...i.f,, I .,,,.1 r.V,,l--.ll la
I isumung uuspuui. ij-uuuiih iiuibcs,
I etc.," to take care of the wounded.
1 The congregation has set to Its seal
! to have one of the most beautiful,
' comfortable and modern auditoriums
and Bible school rooms In tho city
The monlhlv I)11)le school slloweu tne
I superintendent, R. P. Jackson, and his
! teachers had the work well in hand
i , . , ., ... , .- 1
aim are planum;; wibcij iui u luiwaiu
atnn In thn u-nrlf. Tho enrollment nf
the school Is constantly growing
The Lord's Day services wero up to
the standard. The choir Is not only
rendering splendid service but also
training tho young ones for futuro
service. The regular offerings were
good. There was one addition to the
church Tho minister and congre
gation aro Invited to hold services for
the West Bottom Mission, Sunday, at
3:30-p. m. They will go. The minis
ter's subject Sunday, at 11 a. m., "Why
We Should Have Christian Union."
At 8 p. m., "Is Christian Union De
sired and Practicable?" Come! You
At 9; 30 a. m. Sunday school was
taught by Brother Fennell, tho pastor.
He is indeed a fine teacher..... At 11
a. m, the pastor preached his first ser
mon, lie Is a noble speaker. Come
and hear him At 3 p. m. Rev. N. T.
Lane, and his people and Rov. Toles
and his people wero with us. Wo had
a grand tlmo all day B. Y. P. V.
wa3 good At S p. m. tho pastor
preached a great sermon. Tho pas
tor would like to moot all tho mem
bers of tho church.
VINE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH.
AH services wero well nttended
with two additions Messrs. H.
Harris, E. Beechor Davis, L. Smith,
H. Woods, M. January and Mr. L.
Tlbbs nro on the sick list and aro no
better at this writing but wo hope
they will recover soon Mrs. F. D.
Mitchell has been on tho sick list but
Is much better at this writing The
officers of the Sunday school were
installed by our pastor. They were
as follows: II. J. Splgner, superin
tendent; Miss Helen Floyd, secretary;
Mrs. P. Glenn, treasurer. We hope
them a successful year and will do
all we can to help them The ordi
nance of Baptism was administered
after preaching at night. Ono was
baptized Mrs. P. L. Blackwell Is
In St Louis visiting her daughter, j
Wcrtlo, who is on the sick list. We j
hope she Is better.. .'. .Mrs. Cora V. j
Pearman, 014 Charlotte, was called to
Birmingham, Ala., on account of the
serious Illness of her sister.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH, !
2804 Myrtle. !
Rov. David St. Clair, pastor. At 11 1
a. m., sermon by tho pastor; subject, ,
"Who Hindered You?" Sunday I
REV. J. W. HURSE,
the indomitable and courageous pastor of St. Stephen's Baptist Church
who "went over the top" for Dr. Bundy's cause last Sunday night, giving
him an offering of $227.25.
School at 2 p. m. : subject of the les
son, "The Heroic Leader." Collection,
$1.02. The Sunday School is progress
ing under the leadership of Brother
Young Tho Mission Circle is tak
ing on new life, under the leadership
of .Mrs. V. D. Link Subject of the
evening sermon, "Santan's Devices"..
Saturday evening the Y. W. C. A. Club
will give an entertainment for the ben
efit of tho work. Mrs. E. R. Young,
president; Mr3. Xaoma Allen, secre
tary; Miss Alice Watson, treasurer...
Tho Ministerial Council will meet with
us Monday evening. We hopo to be
honored with tho presence of overy
friend. Take Twenty-seventh street
car, get off at Twenty-seventh and
Myrtle nnd walk one block south.
Come early and get a good seat.
GRANTS CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH
Our One hundred - dollar Halley
which was set for March 9th, was a
success both spiritually and financial
ly. Three able sermons wero deliver
ed. At 11 o'clock Rev. Jones preach
ed. His text was "The Lord Will Pro
vide." At 3 p. m. Rov. McManny
preached from the text "Every Man's
Work Shall be Known." At S p. m.
Rev. Mitchell's text was "Tho Rich
Man's Prayer in Hell." Captains of
Club No. 1, Mrs. Price and Mrs. Riley,
raised $G2.43; captains of Club No. 2,
Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Todd, raised
$72.10. Total raised for the day was
$131.01. All the services were well
attended. Other ministers that were
present were Rev. Williams and Rov.
i Gatewood. The pastor, Rev. Riley,
thanks all who attended the services
and also those who assisted the clubs
financially Rev. and Mrs. J, T.
Riley and Mr. and Mrs. Fox were din
ner guests Sunday at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Todd.
ST. JAMES A. M. E. ZION CHURCH.
St, James has just closed a record
breaking quarterly meeting. On Sun
day excellent sermons were heard
from Dr. F. W. Alstock, presiding el
dor, and Dr. R. Davis of Centennial
M. E. Church, Collections during tho
quarterly meeting totaled $80.00
Dr. Leroy Bundy of East St Louis ad'
dressed the Christian Endeavor and
the society contributed $14.10 toward
his defense fund. Among other vis
itors during the day wero Hon. N. C.
Crows, Attorneys Hueston nnd Callo
way and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dm
ry of Boston. ., .The Rev. II, Clayton
preached Wednosday night for club
No. 2 Tho Stewardess Board met
with Mrs. Martha Umbles Tho pas
tor, Dr. W. E. Shaw, will speak at the
morning nnd evening services next
Sunday Mr. C. A. Franklin will ad
dress tho Christian Endeavor at 0:30
p. m Tho prayer band will meet
at St. James at 5 a. m. next Sunday. .
The event of the season will bo tho
concert of the Southern Melody Mak
ers, Monday evening, March 24th....
Tho District Confcrenco begins March
25th Bishop Kyles will speak at
7:30 p. m. Sunday, March 23.
JAMISON TEMPLE C. M. E.
Sunday was a very pleasant day at
the above Church and a good attend
ance in Sunday School. Rev. R. P.
Tyler, D. D., Presiding Elder, preach
ed a very logical sermon on Sunday
at 11 n. m. Subject, "Hhe Ungodly
shall Not Stand." Sorry that all
members were not there to hear that
wonderful effort. Sunday at 3:00
o'clock, Rev. W. T. Osborn, D. D.,
Pastor of Ebenezer A. M. E. Church,
In a prlestllko way presented the Son
of Man In a way that the smallest
child could understand that Christ
meant for them to come to Him and
live. The text was "Do This in the
Remembrance of Me."
Tho best that
wo have ever listened to from that
Son of thunder. Tho evening collec
tion was $313.87. Monday registered
as the best three months' work in this
church. The Official Board reported
for this quarter $1,426.78, and 24
There was a record breaking
among tho stewardess boards. They
wero able to report $215.95.
MORNING STAR BAPTIST CHURCH
Services at Morning Star Baptist
Church were good all day. The pas
tor preached excellent sermons morn
ing and evening.. .The Sunday School
at 9:30 a. m. and the B. Y. P. U. at
0:30 aro wide awake. Supt. W. P.
Kinney and President M. Moore are
putting new life In these auxiliaries. .
The Women's Missionary, under the
leadership of Mrs. M. Grant, Is doing
nicely. They meet Thursday at 3:30
p. m. and 8 p. m The choir Is pre
paring an Easter program and we are
expecting a great Cantata under the
direction of our own Eva Mooro, one
among the best pianist In the two
Kansas Cltys The executive board
of New Era District Association meets
tho 25th and 28th of March at Morn
ing Star Baptist Church Rev. Mose
Williams will preach for the next ten
or fifteen days in our revival. His
Candle light sermon was grand. Aft
er the sermon a collection of $53,00
was lifted, under the auspices of the
American Forces, Mrs. Emma Salis
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH.
All services were well attended last
Sunday.... At 11 o'clock Dr. Bacote
preached a fine sermon, which was
enjoyed by all present. .. .fn the even
ing services Dr. Bundy made a very
touching talk concerning his experi
ences In the East St. Louis riot, which
brought many tears to the eyes of his
hearers The Wednesday evening
prayer meetings are well attended and
the music by the piano and violin Is
very Interesting.,.. The Mission Cir
cle held an Interesting meeting at tho
homo of Mrs. Pucket at 1302 Wood
land avenue at 2 o'clock last Friday
afternoon.... The B. Y. P. U. Coral
Class held a fine rehearsal at the
homo of Miss Carroll at 2G35 High
land avenue last Monday evening, . . .
Tho Coral Class welcomes all now
members... i... Last week tho church
perfected Its organization for a great
revival which will start Sundny, March
23, Everybody Is Invited to assist In
ST. PAUL BAPTIST cT-IURCH,
Between 18th and 19th on Highland.
Rev. N. T. Lane, B.S., pastor. Serv
ices were well attended Sunday nil
day. Sunday School work Is doing
nicely.. At 11 a. m. the pastor preached,
subject, "Go to School to an Ant" 1.
To learn his wisdom. 2. To learn his
weakness. 3. To learn his way to
success. Everybody was well pleased
....B. Y. P. U. was full of thought
and work At 8 p. m. tho pastor
preached to a full house, taking four
members. This service was also full
of thought, and tho Holy Spirit. $51.15
was raised. .. .Look who Is coming,
Rev. B. F. Laden of Brlnkley, Ark.,
to St. Paul Church to begin revival
meeting. Tuesday night at 8 p. m. you
must como and hear this great gos
pel preacher. A wonderful evangelist
will deliver us tho gospel each night.
Come and see, hear and help save
sinners. Forty voices will sing In a
chorus, led by Prof. W. I). Countee.
Pray for tho meeting. Mrs. Reese
is our pianist. Sho Is doing a work
for God and tho Baptist. .. .Take the
Sun homo with you.
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH.
Tho Sunday School at 9:30 Is fast
progressing and a large number Is In
attendance, getting ready for Easter
program Rev. Love of W'agoner,
Okla., preached a powerful sermon at
11:30 to a crowded house.... It was
appointed that the Rev. Llghtsey
would preach Sunday evening, but on
account of illness, he was not able
to deliver the sermon, so our beloved
pastor, Rev. S. C. Doyle, preached
from Acts 2G:C; theme, "Prayer," a
wonderful and soul-stirring sermon.
The church was crowded to its ca
pacity. Rov. Webb of Qulndaro, Kas.,
was also with us Sunday night. We
delight in having him present with
us. . . .The different railroad clubs are
preparing to complete their run from
Chicago to Kansas City, March 30th.
The pastor is expecting all trains on
time and well loaded with passengers
and baggage. Wo extend an Invita
tion to all tho different churches and
! also the public to be with us to see
I which train will run In first.
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CENTENNIAL M. E. CHURCH.
The Shamrock and Musical St. Pat
rick Celebration at Centennial M, E.
Church, 19th and Woodland, Monday
ovening, March 17. Admission 10
Overture "In tho Sweet Byo
Vocal Solo Maurice Hendricks.
Piano Solo Miss Gotdle Prico.
Vocal Solo Little Nellie Moore.
"Tho Shamrock" "Home," a
by a number of children.
American Girl, Tennessee Carter; In
dian Girl, Magnolia Williams; Switz
erland Girl, Jennie Price; Sctoch
Girl, JeJJnJnto Price; Miss Cherry
In charge. Violinists, Cora John
son, Lloyd Williams.
MRS. M. A. FORD, President.
MRS. C. L. DAVIS, Chairman.
For I am not ashamed of the gospel
of Christ, for It Is the power of God
unto Salvation to everyone that be
lieveth, to tho Jew first and also to
the Greek. Romans 1-16. Friends and
fellow travelers to the bar of God, I
am asking a special prayer of you In
behalf of Mr. George Smith, 1408 East
Nineteenth street. Mr. Smith has
given me the privilege of bringing this
matter before you. He tells mo he Is
getting to bo an old man and Is tired
of tho life he 'has lived for so many
years and he realizes If death calls
htm as he stands now, his soul will be
Will those who are In sympathy
with the man pray this week that God
will change his heart.
Your sister in Christ,
1723 Sidney St.
In fond and loving memory of my
dear husband, Amos William Randall,
who passed away ono year ago today,
March 11, 191S, who went to Join our
dear children, Pocola Ann Randall
and Van Qulncy Randall, who depart
ed this life fourteen and twenty years
The flowers of my home are gone o
the bright, celestial shore beyond,
I grieve at their departure for their
places I never can fill;
Altho I must not murmur, It was
God's holy will.
Homo Is not what It used to be. for
I huvo not tho smiles of my dear
one3 to see;
But in saddest moments ono happy
thot holds sway,
I will meet my loved ones somo
Sadly missed by wife and mother,
MATTIE L. RANDALL.
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